Research & Development

LIET emphasizes on research and development activities in all engineering stream. It encourages astonishing students to involve themselves in bringing up their innovative ideas to reality. Such activities are motivated by the management and research staff group in all aspects. Incredible research articles are published through national and international journals. To augment, LIET has registered with various associations like Formula SAE, CSI, etc.

LlET’s mechanical, electrical and electronics engineering students took an initiative to design, develop and implement the already existing concept of ‘Battery Powered Vehicle’, using Solar Photovoltaic renewable energy i.e. Solar Photo -voltaic Cells.

The innovative idea turned into a unique 3 seater, 4 wheel solar car SOLZBURG, build with inspiring features: light weight, low cost, maximum speed of 50 km/hour, pollution free and noise free drive. This is the result of immense hard work and dedication by our team members for ten months.


The Solar Radiation is converted into Electrical Energy, which in turn is converted into Mechanical Energy that is utilized to drive the Solar Powered Vehicle.

It is dually powered that is it can be run by Solar Energy as well as by electric battery chargers. With suitable modifications as may be required, the same basic design can be extended to meet some specific requirements and can be modified/improved to meet commercial applications.

It is economically viable on Indian roads. With the rising energy cones, it is import ant to explore avenues of alternative sources of energy. It can be used for intra campus and local transportation purpose with no maintenance and fuel cost. The solar car SOLZBURG was displayed at Sangram 2008.

Torque India Racing Club is a team of mechanical, electrical and electronics engineering students of LIET. Formula SAE is a student designing event conducted by Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). It is supported by the college management in all aspects. FSAE competition concept is for the students of different universities to design and develop a small proto-type formula style racing car.

This helps in developing all rounded graduates who not only have experience in theoretical and practical aspects of automobile. engineering but also in management skills. FSAE encourages cost efficiency and fuel economy, two things that are separately awarded.


A prototype by TIRC called TI-07 is a car made completely out of scrap and second hand material. It is powered by a Royal Enfield 350 cc engine, and its unique feature is absence of a differential in final drive and equipped with wheels and brakes from Maruti-800, and shockers from Honda CD-100, all obtained second hand from various junk yards. TI-08 is the next car in line for the club. In this direction, extensive planning and paper work has been completed. Also TI-08 has been selected as the model that will be presented by the club in FSAE, Japan.

The Solar Racing Bike propelled by Electric Energy. The bike is a Single Rider vehicle, designed solely for the racing purpose achieving a speed of 60 kilometers per hour. It has dual driving mechanism which assures the rider to reach his destination even on No-Power condition.

The engine of the bike is a D.C. motor getting its fuel from a set of two batteries, which gives bike the range of 50 kilometers. After the power is drained out, the vehicle can be manually pedaled to take the rider to his destination.


The frame is of light metal rods welded together for a wheelbase of 86 inches. The bike has a fiber roof for rider protection and better maneuvering. The solar panels are mounted on this roof which charges the battery constantly. The additional power source can be provided by A.C. supply for dual charging. The bike is completed in six months from designing to production phase. We were technically supported by Technip KT India Ltd., Khaitan Cycles & Atlas Cycles.

Our esteemed Chairman Mr. Manoj Kumar Chachan helped with college resources in the production phase. not but the least, Mr. Man Vijay Singh, H.O.D., Mechanical and Mr. Pankaj Rastogi, Lecturer, who guided helped throughout the project.Our special thanks to those unnamed people without whom this wouldn’t have possible.

CAS (College Administration System) is complete software emphasizes on college administration. It integrates all the academic and administration activities of an institution in an organized way. It is multi-user software developed on Microsoft technology with built-in transaction level security. CAS comprises of four main modules. CAS Students This module constitutes of curriculum details, campus building information, timetables, transport management, accounting definition, staff organization structure, student information, student education history, mid terms examination results, semester-wise results, student attend-ance records, placement details, e-mail utilit, fee receipts, disciplinary actions, employee information, employee timetables, student Identity cards preparation, all required & analytical reports.

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CAS Hostel

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CAS Library

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