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Sumit Kumar


Seeking a challenging career opportunity in a reputed company where I can harness my technical skills, work experience and creative mind towards making significant contribution to the growth and development of the company and thereby develop myself. To be associated with an organization that would...
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Vocational Trainee  
Amit Kumar, November 2016 to December 2016, Bokaro steel city India
(Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL))
The training at BOKARO STEEL PLANT was very helpful. Training is one of the important aspects for an engineering student's carrier to strengthen the practical concepts. It was an awesome experience in training as the things we all learnt in our previous year was seen implemented practically. I had a chance to see the blast furnace and steel melting shop where the main working of steel plant is being done and also I saw the working of various shops of the plant, which was very interesting. So the training was more than hope to me and helped me to understand about power system more.

Vocational Trainee  
Swaraj samanta, June 2016 to July 2016, Assam India
(Indian Railway (Northern Frontier Railway))
I have undergone training in the 'carriage and wagon workshop' of Northeast Frontier Railway at New bongaigaon, assam for a period of 16 days from July 1st ,2016 to July 16th ,2016.

shubham kumar, April 2016 to Present, kolkata India
Book-house is a startup of some motivated students along with me, which is almost an online book store where we receive orders for old books and we deliver them at a reasonable price.


Institute of Engineering & Management, Kolkata  
Bachelor of Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Aug, 2014 to Present

Guru Gobind Singh Public School, Bokaro Steel City, India  
Other, Sciemce, Apr, 2001 to Mar, 2014


Fabrication of Air Cooling System using Thermoelectric Device  by  Sumit Kumar    
August, 2017 - September, 2017
Due to high detrimental effect of HCFC on ozone layer we want to build thermoelectric cooling device based on Peltier law. Then some amount of waste heat is generated. We aim to produce electricity using this waste heat as per Seebeck effect. So we just want to minimize the use of power.

Development of Human Powered Vehicle for ASME-HPVC 2018 - TEAM PRAKRITI  by  Sumit Kumar    
April, 2017 - Present
“ Team PRAKRITI will design and build an aerodynamically and mechanically efficient vehicle that uses pure human power to achieve a top speed of at least 50kmph.” The main aim of this HPV team is to design a vehicle which is lightweight, aerodynamically accurate, safe, and comfortable to ride. Design mission incorporates safety, aerodynamics and comfort as the primary design parameters followed by speed. The vehicle must satisfy all the rider requirements and must be able to adapt to the surroundings e.g. all weather, uneven terrain etc. We performed research to determine appropriate HPV design. Performed necessary calculations to ensure subsequent design step are accurate and valid. Used hi tech engineering techniques to validate results.


  • Certificate of achievement 'for achieving 2nd rank in oral presentation in SLDC 2016 organized by AS
    ASME (The American Society of Mechanical Engineers) 
  • Certificate of excellence for 'securing 2nd position in the quiz conducted by American Society of sa
    American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) 
  • Certificate of participation for " 4th ASSE India chapter professional development conference promot
    American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) 


Hydrail - the Future of Railway network     
Published by (International Journal of Modern Trends in Engineering and Science (IJMTES))
Authors: Sumit Kumar, Yogesh Kumar Verma.  Published December 02, 2016

Hydrail (hydrogen rail) is a zero emission free train which use on-board hydrogen to store and deliver their traction energy. This paper presents a comparison of hydrogen, diesel and electricity as a fuel in trains from where we can analyze how each transportation sector benefits in using hydrogen as its main energy carrier. The results show that locomotive transportation has the best advantage of using hydrogen as a fuel. By converting the locomotives to operate on hydrogen fuel, this would reduce the pollution generated by diesel fuels significantly with the only emissions being steam and condensed water.