CV Raman Center for Research & Innovation | SMS LUCKNOW |
19th Kilometer Stone, Sultanpur Road,
Lucknow-Uttar Pradesh
AKTU Code :: 423 | BTE Code :: 269
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CV Raman Center for Research & Innovation

Control for Nature & Environment in Smart City

An SMS Initiative


C. V Raman Center for Research & innovation was established on 16th August 2011 under the able leadership of Shri Sharad Singh, CEO & Secretary, SMS Lucknow. The center propagates Research & Innovation practices based on the theme “Global Techno-Managerial Principles & Practices for Organizational Development, Environmental Protection and Sustainable Development”



“To become a constantly growing centre of excellence nurturing global-centric, ethical & eco-friendly research and innovation on contemporary environmental issues to save Earth & save Life.”



To develop eco-friendly technology, advance scientific research and innovation to save Earth & humanity.



• Research focusing in the areas of global concern i.e. issues of disaster management, global warming and sustainable development for managing environmental threats to save earth & humanity.

• To create awareness programmes to contain environmental threats.


Quality Policy

Imparting value based research & innovation of highest standard relevant to contemporary environmental issues facing humanity.


 Guiding Values

• Trust
• Sense of ownership
• Modesty & mutual respect
• Keeping up the highest moral standards.
• Sense of sacrifice for the sake of Earth & humanity.

Project Highlights

Worldwide huge airdemand of vehicles is resulting in a rapid consumption of fossil fuels and causing fast depletion of energy resources. This is affecting the environment badly due to release of huge quantities of pollutants in the atmosphere through tail pipe emission. It is ultimately causing serious threat to mankind on account of global warming and climatic changes. The contribution of CO to the Green House Gases in atmosphere is 82% whereas transport sector alone is emitting the same heavily through tail pipe. The percentage of two wheeled vehicles in the European countries is 75-80 of total vehicle population that are responsible for 50-60% of pollutants released in the atmosphere. Since the enormous potential of air is freely available in the atmosphere which can be compressed and utilized as zero pollution energy source to address the Global warming issues. This has been root cause to invent Novel Air Turbine Engine for two wheeled vehicles.


Faculty Co-Ordinator: Prof. (Dr.) B.R. Singh

SMS Student Name

Anil Kr. Yadav
Atul Kr. Tiwari
Avinash Kushwaha
Awadhesh Kr. Yadav
Piyush Kr. Yadav
Solar Electric Street Car

The unlimited consumptions of fossil fuels on one hand, causing faster depletion of energy resources and other hand releasing huge quantities of pollutants in the atmosphere through tail pipe emission. The heavily released Green House Gases are ultimately causing global warming, climatic changes and inviting serious threat to the mankind. The transport sector alone is emitting pollutant heavily through tail pipe due to multifold demand of vehicles. Along with this, growing industrialization all over the world is responsible for Global warming and Climate Changes. Thus, eco-friendly devices running on non-conventional resources like: Solar, Air and Water can address the reduction of huge pollutants and there after curbing the global warming issues. These resources can be proved energy potentials globally as they have enormous availability that too free of cost. This thought has forced us to create innovative idea to develop eco-friendly “Solar Electric Street Car.

Faculty Co-Ordinator: Mr. Manj Kr. Singh

SMS Student Name

Devendra Kr. Singh
Dharmendra Kr. Yadav
Dheeresh Kr. Singh
Santosh Kr. Yadav
Shiv Prakash Singh
Subodh Singh Yadav
Solar Electric Bicycle

It is a

solar_cyclefact that bicycle was invented as the first mode of transport by using manpower through paddling, which runs approximately at the speed of 20 to 25 km. per hour. In India, nearly 70% population is residing in the rural area (villages) and their means of transport is still bicycle or motor bike. Thus there is a need to provide efficient and motorized bicycle to give them relief as well faster travel. The Solar bicycle is the answer to this issue and it has zero impact on climate change and global warming as well. With this idea development of Solar-Bicycle was carried out which can help masses of the society.

Faculty Co-Ordinator: Ms. Arpita Asthana

SMS Student Name

Anoop Singh
Mohd. Talib
Shashank Maurya
Shivam Tiwari
Shivendra Shukla
Solar Coolar (Peltier Plate)

1. To develop a coolar that use renewable energy, environmentally friendly and cheap.
2. To develop an solar coolar that can charge the battery when it is not in used.
3. To develop high speed coolar, but for a longer time.

Faculty Co-Ordinator: Ms. Arpita Asthana

SMS Student Name

Dheeraj Mishra
Dev Datt
Manoj Kr. Choudhary
Susheel Kr. Yadav
Vivek Mishra
Articulated Robot

The project aim is to develop a concept for a light weight industrial robot. The work will primarily deal with the design of a new robotic wrist that will be much lighter than an existing robot.

Faculty Co-Ordinator: Ankit Singhal

SMS Student Name

Brijmohan Singh
Naushad Abbas
Naveen Rai
Pawan Singh
Rajesh Kumar
Solar Power Refrigerator

Refrigeration means bringing the temperature of object lower than the surrounding. Therefore by the thermoelectric effect (peltier effect through the dissimilar semi conducting materials refrigerating effect is produced.

Faculty Co-Ordinator: Mr. Rakesh Verma

SMS Student Name

Abhijeet Rai
Dinesh Kr. Maurya
Sudhanshu Singh
Vikash Maurya
Vinit Kr. Nand
Tyre Safety by Magnetic Field

Now a days the most common problem in vehicle is punchre the solution of this problem is to pick-up the iron-nails before they come in contact of tyres. This is done by the help of electromagnetic force.

Faculty Co-Ordinator: Mr. Sanjay Tiwari

SMS Student Name

Amit Kr. Pal
Pushpendra Kr. Jaiswar
Pawan Kr. Yadav
Shiva Kant Pathak
Shivam Tripathi
Virendra Kumar
Fluidized bed Drying of Rice-Grain

Many Farmers use drying system for their grain is very much expensive to purchase and maintain. Therefore this project reduces the cost and have very good efficiency in very less time upto the moisture content 20-35% respectively.

Faculty Co-Ordinator: Mr. Rakesh Verma

SMS Student Name

Satyendra Kr. Pathak
Avinash Sharma
Rahul Singh
Rajesh Kr. Singh
Utkarsh Pandey
Design & Estimation of Sewage Tretment Plant (STP) Site on Gomti nager

Design of tretment plantto protect the water body of the contaminations.

Faculty Co-Ordinator: Mr. Jitendra Kr.

SMS Student Name

Abhishek Chandra
Utkarsh Chandra
Siddharth Anand
Devashish Pandey
Sachin Kumar
Design & Plan of a muilti story Residential Building Plot Area is 60X40 m

Enhance the livining stadenderds and to provide the cheap houses.

Faculty Co-Ordinator: Mr. Kamal Nabh Tripathi

SMS Student Name

Dhirendra Kumar Singh
Vivek Gupta
Sarvesh Singh
Narendra Kumar Singh
Prabhat Sharma
Analysis &Designing of Signal system & Rotary Intersection Site on V VIP in Lucknow

Design of signal system for smooth runing of the vehicle.

Faculty Co-Ordinator: Mr. Sumit Sharma

SMS Student Name

Shubham Gupta
Rajan Yadav
Madhusudan Singh Yadav
Shyam Kumar Yadav
Design & Plan of a Hostel Building

Enhance the livining stadenderds and to provide the cheap houses.

Faculty Co-Ordinator: Mr. Suraj Yadav

SMS Student Name

Nandu Kumar Dwivedi
Shivam Singh
Yashavant Yadav
Naveen Kumar Singh
Ashish Verma
Design of flexible pavement

Design of pavement For high speed running of the vehicle.

Faculty Co-Ordinator: Ms. Priyanka Verma

SMS Student Name

Rakesh Kumar
Kumar Satyam
Yogesh Trivedi
Saurabh Pratap Singh
Special Moments

President of India – Sri Pranab Mukherjee, Discussing about Invention of Air-O-Bike & Solar Street Car with Prof.(Dr.) Bharat Raj Singh, Director(R&D), School of Management Sciences, Lucknow and team of B.Tech. Students at BBAU, Lucknow on 10th May 2013. President appreciated the Innovation for betterment of society and blessed that it should get expedited for commercial use.

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Remote Centre of IIT Bombay: IIT, Bombay has declared School of Management Sciences, Technical Campus, Lucknow, as a ‘Remote Centre’ for empowerment of faculty, staff & students through trainings. i.e. Remote Centre – 1247. A Remote Centre acts as the intermediary between IIT Bombay and the participant teachers during the workshop. We have given this opportunity as we are one of the reputed B School, with high academic standards, excellent infrastructure and good faculty.

Under Remote Centre conducting various workshops:

1. Orientation Workshop for Aakash Coordinators held on 5th Oct. 2012 at IIT, Bombay.

2. 2 Days ISTE Workshop on Aakash for Education held on 10-11 Nov. 2012.

3. 2-DAY ISTE WORKSHOP On Research Methods in Educational Technology held on 2-9 Feb. 2013.

4. Aakash Android Application Programming Workshop for Students held on 23-24th Feb and 2-3rd March 2013.

5. ONE WEEK ISTE WORKSHOP For Coordinators On Database Management Systems held on May 6th, 2013 to May 10th, 2013 at IIT, Bombay.

6. TWO-WEEK ISTE WORKSHOP On Database Management Systems held on 21-31st May 2013.

7. Half Day ISTE Workshop on Green Building Awareness held on 24th Aug. 2013.

Resource Centre of Spoken Tutorial Project, run by IIT-Bombay:

The Spoken Tutorial project is the initiative of the “Talk to a Teacher” project of the National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology, launched by MHRD, Govt of India.

Here you will find a variety of Spoken Tutorials on various Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) in various Indian regional languages. Learning is more effective when animation and narration are presented simultaneously. Audio-video demonstrations can illustrate features with maximum clarity. Our objective is to pass on the knowledge of technology and free and open source software (FOSS) through the website to the millions in our country who lack opportunities and/or access to learn any software.

Some reasons for these gaps in access are-

1. Lack of knowledge about accessibility

2. Lack of proper guidance

3. Lack of infrastructure facilities available

4. Difficulty in understanding English


Software that provides training under Resource Centre: –

Basic IT Skills package, Blender, C and C++, Basic and Intermediate Levels, Advanced C++, Firefox, GeoGebra, GIMP, Java and Netbeans, LaTeX, LibreOffice Suite, Linux and Ubuntu, OpenFOAM, PHP & MySQL, Python, Scilab, KTouch, TuxTyping.


Under Resource Centre conducting various workshops:

•Scilab workshop held on 28 Jan 2013, 11 Feb 2013, 19 Feb 2013, 15 Mar. 2013.

• Letex workshop held on 14 may 2013 in two batches.

• C and C++ workshop held on 2 Aug. 2013 inaugurated by Hon. VC-UPTU, Dr. R. K. Khandal & Prof. M. Kanan Madulya, IIT, Bombay.

• C and C++ workshop held on 6 Aug. to 27 Sept. 2013 conducted 15 workshops at every alternate day.



• SAMRIDHI – A Journal of Physical Science Engineering & Technology (JPSET) biannual being published since 2009.

• ADDHYANAN – A Journal of Management Science biannual being published since 2010.



• “Development and Analysis of a Novel Air Engine”; ISBN:978-3-8443-8171-9 – by Prof.(Dr.) Bharat Raj Singh Lambert Academic Publishing, GmbH & Co. KG, Germany, UK, published 26 Aug 2011, LAP-Paperback Book 292 Pages.

• “A Hand Book on Friction Stir Welding”; ISBN:978-3-659-10762-7 – by Dr. Bharat Raj Singh Lambert Academic Publishing, GmbH & Co. KG, Germany, UK in June 2012, Project ID: #51805, LAP-Paperback Book 248 Pages.

• “Global Warming – Impacts and Future Perspective” -Book edited by: Prof. Dr. Bharat Raj Singh; ISBN:979-953-307-820-4, DOI: 10.5772/2599 Publisher: InTech, Croatia; published in Sept. 2012, 352 pages.

• “Climate Change – Realities, Impacts Over Ice Cap, Sea Level and Risks” – Book edited by: Prof. Bharat Raj Singh; ISBN:978-953-51-0934-1, DOI:10.5772/3459, Publisher: InTech, Croatia; published in Jan. 2013, 508 pages.

• “Can Glacier and Ice Melt Be Reversed?” – Text Book Authored by : Roman Espejo; ISBN:978-073-77-6826-8, Publisher: Cengage Learning Publishing, USA, published in Feb. 2014, 104 pages chapter 7 authored by Prof.(Dr.) Bharat Raj Singh.