On the 4th and 5th of May, the Department of Biomedical Engineering organized final year project presentations and exhibitions to showcase the final year projects of session 2019. Two esteemed external examiners came from the industry.
- Syed Ahmed Ali Shah from Trade Vision Pvt Ltd. (Friends Traders)
- Yaseen Anwar from B. Braun Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd.
Students demonstrated their projects and explained them wisely to the external examiners. All department faculty and supervisors were present.
Exhibiting final-year projects offers several benefits to students, educational institutions, and the broader community. Here are some of the key benefits:
- Showcasing Student Talent: The exhibition provides a platform for students to showcase their skills, creativity, and innovation to a wider audience. It allows them to demonstrate the practical application of the theoretical knowledge gained throughout their academic journey.
- Recognition and Motivation: Exhibiting final-year projects recognizes students’ hard work and dedication in completing their academic journey. Positive feedback and recognition from peers, faculty, and visitors can boost students’ confidence and motivation to excel in their chosen fields.
- Industry Exposure: Many final-year projects are focused on solving real-world problems or challenges. Exhibitions provide an opportunity for industry professionals, potential employers, and recruiters to interact with students and identify potential talent for future job opportunities.
- Networking Opportunities: Exhibitions bring together students, faculty, industry experts, and visitors from diverse backgrounds. Students can network with professionals, establish contacts, and build relationships that may be beneficial for their future careers.
- Feedback and Evaluation: Exhibitions often invite experts and professors to evaluate the projects. Constructive feedback from these experts helps students identify areas of improvement and refine their projects further.
- Inspiration for Juniors: As final-year students exhibit their projects, it serves as inspiration for younger students in the institution. It encourages them to work hard and think creatively to develop innovative projects of their own in the future.
- Promotion of Innovation: Exhibitions promote innovation and research within educational institutions. They encourage students to think critically, find solutions to complex problems, and contribute to advancements in their respective fields.
- Public Engagement: Open exhibitions may attract the local community and media attention. This engagement can increase awareness about the educational institution’s capabilities, research initiatives, and contributions to society.
- Collaboration Opportunities: The exhibition can foster collaboration among students from different disciplines. Interdisciplinary projects often lead to unique and groundbreaking solutions to various challenges.
- Building Presentation Skills: Presenting a final-year project to an audience helps students develop essential communication and presentation skills. This ability to articulate their ideas confidently is valuable in academic, professional, and personal settings.
- Enhancing the Institution’s Reputation: A successful exhibition can enhance the reputation of the educational institution, showcasing its commitment to fostering innovative and skilled graduates.
Overall, final-year project exhibitions provide a dynamic and interactive platform for students to display their abilities, engage with industry professionals, and leave a positive impact on the community. It is an essential event that bridges the gap between academia and the real world, facilitating the transition of students from learners to contributors in their respective fields.