Friday, August 25, 2023

AMU students rejoice about the successful landing of the Chandrayaan-3

 Mr. Priyanshu Kumar

Teachers and students watching live telecast of the Chandrayaan-3 at STS School

Electronics Engineering Graduates from ZHCET, AMU Shine in Chandrayaan-3 Success


Aligarh, August 24: The achievements of alumni Mr. Priyanshu Kumar and Ms. Sonali Jain from the Department of Electronics Engineering at Zakir Husain College of Engineering and Technology (ZHCET), AMU, are being celebrated as they are part of team Chandryaan-3 and in ISRO's triumphant Chandrayaan-3 mission. The Indian spacecraft's successful lunar landing marks a historic milestone.


Chairman of the department, Prof. Ekram Khan, conveyed his appreciation to Priyanshu and  Sonali, who contributed significantly to this achievement. Their dedication and expertise will definitely motivate other students.


Mr. Priyanshu Kumar completed his B. Tech. and M. Tech. in Electronics, specializing in Electronics Circuits and Systems, in 2014 and 2017 respectively. His expertise in power electronics played a crucial role in analyzing and testing power packages in the Lander and Rover of the Chandrayaan-3 mission. Ms. Sonali Jain, a 2014 Electronics graduate, was integral to controlling the Vikram Lander's height in both Chandrayaan-2 and Chandrayaan-3 missions.


Ms. Sonali Jain drew inspiration from renowned alumna Ms. Khushboo Mirza, part of the Chandrayaan-1 launch pad team in 2008. Dr. Maneesha Gupta, an alumna who pursued her MSc and PhD at AMU, and currently holds a position as Scientist SF at ISRO's Space Applications Centre, Ahmadabad, hailed ISRO's unprecedented achievement of landing on the Moon's South Pole.


AMU envisions a future where its graduates continue to illuminate the path of progress through unwavering commitment and extraordinary contributions. This success reaffirms India's prowess in space exploration and underscores the critical role of dedicated engineers.


 ALIGARH August 24: A large number of university and school students at the Aligarh Muslim University enthusiastically watched the live-steaming of the landing of the Indian spacecraft, Chandrayaan-3 on the south pole of the moon yesterday evening, which created history in the field of moon exploration.

At the Department of Economics, Prof. Shehroz Alam Rizvi (Chairman) hailed the soft landing of Chandrayaan-3 on the lunar surface which makes India the first to land on the south pole of the moon.

The faculty members and staff of the department keenly watched the event.

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