Message From The Director


CSIT, Durg was established in September, 1999 in response to growing need for quality Engineering Education for the youth of Chhattisgarh. In its eighteen years of journey towards excellence since inception, it has set many milestones and created a brand name for itself. The institute is situated on lush-green, pollution free serene environment at the outskirts of Durg city on Balod-Road.
We offer seven Undergraduate programs and four Postgraduate programs in Engineering and Technology. We have distinction of offering Mechatronics for the first time in the state of Chhattisgarh as well, recognized as research centre in Mechanical Engineering and Computer Science & Engineering to offer Ph. D. programs. Research, innovation and incubation is our top priority. It is only institute in Chhattisgarh to have residential campus, housing faculty, staff and students.  
The role of education is to create a progressive society. In current times, it’s fast becoming the road to creating global professionals. We are practicing Vibrant learning in CSIT that encourages partnership between all stake holders. We believe in more hands of experience with strong fundaments and created a cohesive ecosystem for its implementation that will enable students to develop skill and harbor qualities so that they are ready to be absorbed in industries/initiate startups. We also seek to instill in our students a passion for learning that will bring the knowledge and understanding required for a positive contribution to the community. The success of this partnership is reflected in our alumni - our torch bearers and brand ambassador.
It will be a great satisfaction to be involved in the holistic education of your child with prominent life values imbibed in him.  Take a tour of our campus virtually or in person. I am sure you will get impressed. E-mail me at director [at] with any concerns or suggestions or to work together for development of CSIT.
I have great confidence in our students, staff, faculty and all stake-holders with their support and cooperation CSIT mission of providing world class technical education will be fulfilled.

                                               DR. ANURAG VERMA 


Dr. Anurag Verma obtained his B.E degree from university of Karnatka    (1990) M.E from B.I.T Mesra (1992) and Ph.D in Mechanical Engineering from research centre NIT Raipur, Pt. Ravi Shankar Shukla University, Raipur (2003).

He joined B.I.T Bhilai in 1993 as Lecturer in Mechanical Engineering Department. He left B.I.T Bhilai in 2000 and joined G H Patel College of Engineering and Technology in Jan 2000 as Assistant Professor in Mechanical Engineering. Later he was selected as Professor in the same department from July 2004. June 2007  he became Professor and Head in the same department. Jan 1,2009 he became Principal GCET. He left GCET and joined CSIT, Durg as Director since May 2011.

During his teaching career Dr Verma has been involved in teaching (UG/PG) subjects like Finite element methods in engineering design, ROBOTICS, Computer Aided Design, Computer Aided machining, Theory of Machines, mechanics, dynamics of machinery, oil hydraulics and pneumatic systems, energy conversion system, thermodynamics, turbomachinery, fluid mechanics and machines, design of hydraulic machines.
He has established CAD, CAM & Robotics laboratories at GCET. He has published number of research papers totaling 30 in International/national (Journals/conferences). He has guided around 29 M.E dissertations and same number of B.E project work. His area of research is Mechanism And Machine Theory, Robotics, Finite Element Method In Engineering Design & CAD. Presently, he is aspiring for postdoctoral research in this area. He was Chairman of Board of Studies in Mechanical Engineering and Member Board of studies Mechatronics Engineering of Sardar Patel University, he was also a Senate Member of Sardar Patel university. He was editor of Journal of Engineering and Technology of Sardar Patel University. He is a recognized PhD Supervisor (Mechanical Engineering) in Gujarat Technical University as well Sardar Patel University. He has organized number of National/International conferences .He also has worked on number of consultancy, R&D Projects.

Ph.D. (Mechanical Engineering) N.I.T, Raipur Research centre Pt.RSSU, Raipur 2003
M. E. (Mechanical Engineering.) BIT Mesra, Ranchi   1992
B. E. (Mechanical Engineering.)   Karnatka University 1990

B.E. Dissertation:  
Design of pressure vessel for polymer impregnation of concrete blocks


M.E. Dissertation: 
 Low cost parabolic concentrator for indoor solar concentrator


Ph.D. Dissertation:
 Synthesis of planar kinematic chains


Professional Affiliations:
 Life Member: Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) LM: 53051


Languages Known:
English, Hindi (Mother Tongue)  

Teaching Experience

Under Graduate  : 18 years 09 months

Post Graduate   : 11 years & 09 Months

Director and Professor (Mechanical Engineering)
Chattrapati Shivaji Institute of Technology, Durg-491 001
May 2011- continue…..

G H Patel College of Engineering and Technology, 
Vallabh Vidya Nagar—388 120
1 January 2009 to May 2011

Head of the Department
G H Patel College of Engineering and Technology, 
Vallabh Vidya Nagar—388 120
Department of Mechanical Engineering.
June 2007 to December 2008

G H Patel College of Engineering and Technology,
Vallabh Vidya Nagar—388 120
Department of Mechanical Engineering.
July 2004 to June 2007 

Assistant Professor
G H Patel College of Engineering and Technology, 
Vallabh Vidya Nagar—388 120
Department of Mechanical Engineering.
January 2000 to June 2004 

BIT, Bhilai
Department of Mechanical Engineering.
November 1993 to January 2000


  • Recognized as Ph.D guide in Mechanical Engineering by GTU (Gujarat Technical University), Ahmedabad, Gujarat
  • Recognized as Ph.D guide in Mechanical Engineering by SPU (Sardar Patel University), Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat
  • Chairman of Mechanical Board of studies, (Sardar Patel University), Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat
  • Member of Mechatronics Board of studies, (Sardar Patel University), Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat
  • Member of Production Board of studies, (Sardar Patel University), Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat
  • Member Editorial Board, Journal of Engineering and Technology,(Sardar Patel University), Vallabh Vidyanagar, Gujarat
  • Convener, President, Organising Chair,for various  National conference’s/International conference’s since 2008- 2011at GCET Vallabh Vidyanagar and CSIT Durg.
  • Conducted short term training on I-DEAS for industry/institution,
       21 October, 2002 to 26  October, 2002 at CAD Lab, GCET
  • Invited to deliver expert Lecture (Advances in Mechanical 
        Engineering –Finite Elements methods in Engineering Design) 
        organized by Directorate of Technical Education, Gandhinagar, 
        Feb 2004
  • Member Advisory Committee :national seminar on application of 
        appropriate technology for rural development, Feb 11-12, 2006 by 
       Chattishgarh Swami Vivekananad Technical University, Bhilai
  • Delivered Expert Lecture in the area of ROBOTICS/MECHATRONICS 
        at ISTE STTP BBIT, Vallabh  Vidyanagar, 5 March, 2004 and 
        10 March, 2004
  • Time – Table In charge at GCET
  • Coordinator SPU Examination, GCET
  • Faculty Counseller, GCET
     Mechanical maintenance In charge, GCET
  • Coordinator, GCET National Science day celebration at ADIT
  • Incharge of Teachers forum (academics), B I T Bhilai
  • Inchagre of Mechanical Engineering Association (academic / Techfest) B I T Bhilai
  • Observer for Engineering entrance examination at the examination centers MPTEB, Bhopal
  • Setting question papers/ evaluating and acting as external examiners for other Universities (Gujarat L D College of Engineering, MSU, SVNIT Surat, MPUAT Udaipur)
  • Expert Member during selection process at CIT,  Changa, Agricultural University Junagarh



M.E. (Machine Design) at ISTAR Vallabh Vidyanagar : From 2000- Present 23 : students have completed their M.E. dissertation as detailed below:

  1. Structural Error synthesis of six bar function generators, Sanjay. H.Upadhyay, April 02
  2. Rating of simple jointed planar kinematic chains, Pravin.D.Patel, June 02
  3. A genetic algorithm for topological characteristics of kinematic chains, U.R.Pandya, Dec 02
  4. Isomorphism, inversions, symmetry and parallelism with reference to kinematic chains, K.A.Joshi, Dec 02
  5. Detection of isomorphism among kinematic chains using joint Loop Probability  matrices,Narendrasinh. R. Parmar, Aug 03
  6. Kineto Elasto dynamic balancing of robot arm mechanism, Ragin.S.Patel, Sep03
  7. Design and kinematic analysis of Stewart Platform for industrial application, Jagdish.M.Prajapati, Sep 03
  8. On performance of kinematic chains,Brijesh.G.patel, Nov 03
  9. Detection of path, motion and function generating linkages modeled as probabilistic approach, J.S.Inani, Jan 04
  10. Kinematic synthesis of four bar function generator using genetic algorithm , N.R.Patel, Feb 2004
  11. Analysis of 6R Articulated robot, Hetal N Shah, Oct 2004
  12. Tricept: Kinematic analysis of parallel manipulators, J B Bramboliya, July 2005
  13. Kinematic sketching and enumeration of 8-link, 1-d.o.f simple jointed planar kinematic chains, Poonam D Mehta, March 2006
  14. Dynamic analysis of elastic four bar mechanism using finite element method, Gaurav sharma, Sep 2006
  15. kinematic analysis of Adept Viper using Neural network, Hiral Shah, Dec 2006
  16. Kinematic Analysis and trajectory planning of 5-Degree of freedom articulated robot manipulator, Faiju R.Malek, Feb 2007
  17. Selection of planar kinematic chain for manipulator using concept of moment matrix and /or parallelism, Shailesh Patel, July 2007.
  18. Kinematic and dynamic design of four bar linkages by link counter weighting with variable input speed, Kaushik V Patel, 04ME507,June 2007
  19. Application of fuzzy logic for checking inversion, isomorphism, parallelism among kinematic chain, Vedang Chauhan, submitted.
  20. Best inversions of simple jointed planar kinematic chains using MATLAB, Manhar S Kagthara, 05ME 510, Feb 2008.
  21. Structural dynamic analysis of a SCARA robot using finite element method, Taxay .Solanki, July 2008
  22. Inverse dynamic analysis of Arc welding robot, Mehul. Gor, Aug 2008
  23. Type of freedom of simple jointed planar kinematic chains using C++ AshokKumar Ramjibhai Chuahary, Dec 2008.
  24. Design of Laser cutting & optimization with a critical part for capacity power change,07ME505,Kamil Jawad Kadeem,June 2009
  25. Vibration analysis of Training Center CNC Machine,Ahmedabad-Hani Jabbar-June 200

Note: Presently, Three students are registered for ME thesis under Dr. Anurag Verma, dissertation near completion.


B.E Guidance:

Guided about 17 B.E dissertations (1993 0nwards at B.I.T, Bhilai and GCET Vallabh Vidyanagar)

  1. Direct analytical method function generator for a four bar linkage with five accuracy points
  2. Dimensional synthesis of slider crank function generator using four accuracy points
  3. Identification of inversion in planar kinematic chains using Hamming number technique.
  4. Synthesis of 9-link,2-d.o.f planar kinematic chains
  5. The design of honey comb solar still
  6. Computerized automobile work station
  7. A proposed modification in hydrogen fuel driven automobile
  8. Gobar gas plant for rural application
  9. Theoretical design of 10 KW OTEC plant
  10. Domestic solar stills, performance analysis
  11. Waste heat recovery air conditioning plant
  12. A solar air conditioning plant
  13. Theoretical performance analysis of different fuel cell.
  14. Analytical six bar function generator using numerical method
  15. Analysis of simple jointed planar kinematic chains
  16. Task handling by multiple mobile robot (Project-I,II)
  17. Mini transporting robot

Research Activities

Ph. D. Dissertation

GUIDE: Dr. A. C. Rao D.Sc, Ph.D, M.E(I.C), M.E(Design)

Mechanisms have fascinated mankind throughout the recorded history. Search is still on to explore some of unknown mechanism since the linkage mechanisms make simple mechanisms and can be designed to perform complex task such as non-linear motion and force transmission.

Kinematics synthesis of mechanisms is often stated as having three divisions:  “Type synthesis” what do we need; gears, cams, linkages or what combination of them?  Second “number synthesis” how many links and joints and in what schematic pattern?  Third “dimensional synthesis” what must be essential dimension of entire mechanism if its to perform a desired function.

Kinematics analysis range from the desire for an orderly classification system, to study of mechanism mobility.  The complexity of analysis appears to increase exponentially with number of links.  By specialization of proportions it yields countless mechanism.

The scan on literature on the method of synthesis and analysis of planar kinematics chains points out following shortcoming:

  • must generate all chains of a given category
  • ratio of total number of chains generated to number of distinct chain must be low
  • should aid in elimination of degenerate chain and structure
  • should facilitate synthesis of chain with different type of joint
  • should aid the process of structural analysis
  • sketching of chain should be simple
  • should be compatible for computers
  • should be able to predict performance of kinematics chain in terms of structural error
  • must derive all possible mechanism and driving mechanisms

A unified computer methodology for structural synthesis and analysis is presented to overcome the shortcomings sighted in literature.

A unified computer methodology for structural synthesis and analysis is presented to overcome the shortcoming sighted in the literature. The software is developed in C language.  Input to software is 4x4 square connectivity matrix, output is synthesized simple jointed planar kinematic chains available in condensed representation form which are easy to sketch.  This very output is input to the analysis and rating software.  Methodology is unbelievable simple, compact and progressive as well as complete since synthesis and analysis as well as rating is done at one stroke.  Methodology is simple as it is based on Hamming number technique where computation involved are arithmetical and are easy enough for computers.  The processing time for synthesis, analysis and rating indicates that algorithm is quite efficient and generic. As matrices used are square and symmetrical hence only upper or lower half are sufficient for processing the computation thereby saving significant amount of memory space. Some new result are reported while some results agree with the previous results available in the literature but few results also disagree with the reported results in the literature.  Rating of chains in terms of structural error performance without carrying out the dimensional synthesis is reported and results so obtained are verified by direct analytic dimensional synthesis.

Researchers for synthesis of planar kinematic chains have presented Numbers of methodologies.  The reason why the designers have been plodding through so many new routs instead of sticking to what ought to have been “straight as an arrow” path is easy to visualise.  The total set of all possible chains for a given number of links and family descriptions can be extremely long, but yet can be prepared by some efforts. The crux of problem all these years have been the absence of reliable and computationally efficient technique to pick the non-isomorphic chain i.e., to put it bluntly isomorphism test are cumbersome slow and unreliable.  The closest any method has come so far in terms of directness of approach is contracted link adjacency matrix method proposed by Hwang and Hwang in which route is through construction of modified adjacency matrix.  However, they have commented that a more powerful method may be presented in future.

The present methodology is entirely different from all other methods, envisages generation of n-link f-d.o.f. chains from a basic chain i.e., distinct n-2 link f-d.o.f. chain in two ways. The first of these being joining a string of two binary link to the n-2 link chain.  It may be noted that all the chains generated in this manner will consist of at least one string of two binary links.  In the second approach n-2 link f-d.o.f. chains is first converted to n-1 link f + 1 d.o.f. chain by incorporating of links at a joints and then reconverting it to n link f-d.o.f. chain by joining another binary link across to of its links.

Salient feature of proposed methodology is, each n-2 link f-d.o.f. basic chain will lead to a number of n-link chain and as a result number of chain generated by all basic chain will be quite large.  To save time and effort i.e. to make algorithm computationally efficient care is taken right at the beginning to avoid formation of degenerate chains and structures.   The Hamming number techniques which are originally developed to test isomorphism is explored developed to reveal identity among links and joints of a chain there by reducing the number of eligible chains which undergo isomorphism check to give distinct chain of a particular category. The method uses Secondary Hamming numbers as isomorphism index because Secondary Hamming number for most of the chains are distinct therefore, scanning time for checking distinct chains is reduced


The genesis of kinematic chains so formed is clearly defined. Therefore, sketching of simple jointed kinematic chain is facilitated easily which is otherwise cumbersome, tedious and time consuming.

The other advantage of the methodology is that  data generated for synthesis leads to the analysis with slight modifications.  Link Hamming string of every link together with neighboring link and edge-to-edge incidence matrix of chain when link considered is disconnected is used as an test for isomorphism among inversions of synthesized chain.  The obvious question that arises is which of the distinct inversions of the chain is best for function and path generation.  This task is accomplished with the same data with slight modification.

The most important aspect of analysis is orderly classification of chains. The primary Hamming number techniques with slight additional computation is used to reveal type of freedom possessed by a multi-degree-of-freedom chains.  It is necessary to know the type of freedom in order to select actuator (input link) which is obtained with slight modifications in the original Hamming matrix.  Since designer must have some idea about expected behavior of chain at least in comparative chains so that he can pick the best chain and select the frame and actuator links in order to obtain best result.

To make the unified methodology for analysis and synthesis meaningful a computerized methodology is evolved to rate the chains in sense of structural error.  The methodology is compact and straight as well generic that is it can be employed for n-link n-d.o.f. Chains.

To establish the authenticity of computerized methodology evolved for rating of simple jointed planar kinematics chains, dimensional synthesis of 6-link 1-d.o.f. is attempted by direct numerical analytical method.  Structural error for function generation is significantly less for Stephenson chain compared to Watt chain for the same function and range.  The convergence is obtained for large number of examples taken up even if initial approximation is wilder.  The iterations are no doubt larger but they converge to optimum value, which is not the case with the other methods reported.


  1. AICTE, Grant under research Promotion Scheme (RPS) worth Rs.700,000 for Advanced Mechanism design Centre, Project under progress.
  2. IEI, Grant for R&D Project entitled Vibration Analysis of Cracked Rod with Circumferential Crack worth Rs. 75,000 , Project under progress.


Industrial Consultancy (ICC):

  1. Orders received for fabrication of number of Experimental models (HMT/ REFRIGERATION LAB) worth Rs.6,00,000

Subjects of Interest

  • Finite element methods in engineering design, Computer Aided design, Robotics, Theory of   machines and mechanisms,Design Subjects taught at M.E/B.E level
  • Dynamics of Machinery, Design of Fluid Machine Robotics
  • Oil Hydraulics and Pneumatic System



Subjects taught at M.E/B.E level

  • Finite element method in engineering design
  • Computer Aided Design
  • Robotics
  • Theory of Machines-I,II
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Strength of Materials-I,II
  • Refrigeration and Airconditioning
  • TurboMachine,
  • Automated manufacurng-I
  • Design I,II
  • ECS
  • Renewable energy resources
  • Fluid mechanics
  • Fluid machines
  • Vibration



Laboratory experience and expertise

Developed following laboratory with the facilities mentioned and framed the term work after joining  GCET,Vallabh Vidyanagar

  1. CAD
    1. I-DEAS Master Series with floating license configuration (15 work station)
    2. Master Modeler, Assembly, Surfacing, Drafting, Mechanism, Sheet metal, Simulation-I,II
  2. CAM
    1. XL Turn and Star Mill
    2. Off-Line Simulation Software (Turning/Milling)
  3. Robotics
    1. RCS-6
    2. ER-V plus
    3. Virtual Reality Software


 National Conference

  • Dr.A.C.Rao, Anurag Verma., “Structural error synthesis of six bar Function Generator” Proceedings of National seminar on Mechatronics for Productivity and Quality,6-7April 2002,LNCT Bhopal, pp 235-244.
  • Jagdish M Prajapati, Anurag Verma, L N Patel., “ Machining with Robot having parallel mechanism ( Stewart Platform ) – A special case of drilling operation, First National Conference on Advances in Manufacturing Technology in era of globlisation, AMTEG -2005, Jan 21-22 , 2005, PIET Pune and I.I.P.E Pune.
  • Dr.Anurag Verma, Hiral Shah., Kinematic analysis of Adept Viper using Neural Networks, National Conference on Trends and Advances in Mechanical Engineering, YMCA Institute of Engineering, Faridabad, 9-10, December 2006.
  • Dr.Anurag Verma, Jagdish Prajapati, Dr.L N Patel., Forward Dynamic Analysis of Stewart Platform based Robot Manipulator based on Kanes Equation National Conference on Trends and Advances in Mechanical Engineering, YMCA Institute of Engineering, Faridabad, 9-10, December  2006.
  • Dr Anurag Verma, Taxay Solanki., Workspace analysis of a four axis SCARA Robot using MATLAB, National Conference on Recent Advances in Design Engineering (RADE 2007), Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal, Feb 22-24, 2007.
  • Dr Anurag Verma, Jagdish Prajapati, L N Patel., Velocity Analysis of Robot Manipulator Having Parallel Mechanism- The Stewart Platform- by means of Truss Transformation, National Conference on Mechatronics , National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research, Chandigarh, March 8-9, 2007.
  • Dr Anurag Verma, Jagdish Prajapati, L N Patel., Velocity Analysis of Robot Manipulator Having Parallel Mechanism- The Stewart Platform- by means of Truss Transformation, National Conference  on Mechatronics , National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research, Chandigarh, March 8-9, 2007.
  • Dr Anurag Verma,  N J Parmar .,“Detection of isomorphism among ten link single degree of freedom crossed link kinematic chains using joint loop probability matrix”, National Conference on state of art technologies in Mechanical Engineering, STEM -2007, 29-31 October 2007,College  of Technology, G B Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Pantnagar.
  • Kaushik V. Patel1 Dr. Anurag Verma2 Shilesh J. Patel3 ,Kinematic Sysnthesis and Optimizations of four Bar Linkages Using Matlab in Veriable input Speed, Proceedings of National conference In Mechanical Engineering,ETME_2008, GCET,28-29 March 2008,pp.19.
  • Shilesh J.Patel1 Dr. Anurag Verma2 Patel3kaushik V. Patel3 Moment Matrix Method for Selection of Planar Kinematic Chains,Proceedings of National Conference In Mechanical Engineering,ETME_2008, GCET,28-29 March 2008,pp.21
  • Dr. Anurag Verma1 M.M.Gor2., Computer Aided Dynamic Modeling of a Manipulator, Proceedings of National conference In Mechanical Engineering,ETME_2008, GCET,28-29 March 2008,pp.22.
  • Vedang D. Chauhan1, Dr. Anurag Verma2 ., Application of Fuzzy Logic for Determination of Isomorphism among Planar Kinematic Chains, Proceedings of National conference In Mechanical  Engineering,ETME_2008, GCET, 28-29 March 2008,pp.10.
  • Dr Anurag Verma. M M Gor: Equations of Motion of 1600 Adept Scara Robot –National Conference on Emerging Trends in Mechanical Engineering-21-03-2009- G H Patel College of Engineering & Technology- Vallabh Vidyanagar – 388 120
  • Dr Anurag Verma , Manish Mehta ., “Effect of physical parameter of actuator and coupler link on torque requirement of an actuator in 4-bar mechanism,ETME-2010,pp:


International Conference

  • Jagdish M Prajapati  Dr. Anurag Verma Dr.L N Patel., “ robot for machining process having parallel mechanism as robot manipulator” Proceedings of the International conference on Emerging Technologies in Intelligent system and control, Exploring exposing and experiencing new technologies (EISCO-2005) 5-7January, department of Mechatronics, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering, Kumargaru College of technology, Coimbatore, 641 006 India.
  • Jagdish M Prajapati, Anurag Verma L N Patel., “ Dynamic (frequency analysis of robot manipulator having parallel mechanism ( Stewart Platform), Proceedings of ISCO 2006, 9-11 August 2006, karpagam College of Engineering, Coimbatore-32 India.
  • Jagdish M prajapati Dr. Anurag Verma Dr.L N Patel., Dynamics of robot manipulator having parallel mechanism, A special case of stewart Platform by means of screw ball theory, Proceedings of International conference on advances in machine design and industry automation, Jan 10-12, 2007, College of engineering, Pune, India.
  • Jagdish M prajapati Dr. Anurag Verma Dr.L N Patel.International conference on Emerging Techanical Technology- Macro to Nano, EMTM2N – 2007, BITS Pilani.
  • Dr Anurag Verma/ M M Gor: Inverse Dynamic Analysis of Fanuc Robot for Fillet Arc Welding, International conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering-17-12-2008-S V National Institute Technology-Surat
  • Dr Anurag Verma/ M M Gor: Optimization of Mass of Various Links of Fanuc Robot for Fillet  Arc  Welding. International Conference on Advanced Manufacturing and Automation-27-03-2009 Kalasalingam University-Anand Nagar –Krishnankoil,Virudhunagar-Dist-Tamilnadu
  • Dr Anurag Verma/ M M Gor: Dynamic Modeling of 6 Dof Puma Robot. International Conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering -03-08-2009- S V National Institute Technology-Surat
  • Dr Anurag Verma/ M M Gor: Tool Wear Prediction Using Artificial Neural Network. International Conference on Advance in Mechanical Engineering-03-08-2009-S V National Institute Technology-Surat
  • Dr. Anurag Verma, Manish Mehta ., “Theoretical kineto Elastodynamic analysis of mechanism by FEM using MATLAB ,  4th international conference on Advances in Mechanical Engineering, 23-25 September 2010,pp: 80-84.


National journal

  • Dr.A.C.Rao, Anurag Verma.,” Computerized methodology based on Hamming number technique  to detect isomorphism among kinematic chains” Journal of Engineering and Technology,SPU,Vol.14,March2000, pp 63-68.
  • Dr.A.C.Rao, Anurag Verma.,” Computerized methodology based on Hamming number technique  to detect isomorphism among kinematic chains” Journal of Engineering and Technology,127-131. SPU, Vol.14,March2000,pp129-131

International Journal

  • Dr Anurag Verma , Mehul  Gor .,”Forward Kinematic analysis of 6- dof arc welding robot, International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology, ISSN:0975-5462, Vol. 2(9),2010,pp.4682-4686.
  • Vivek Deshpande , Anurag Verma., “Dynamics of Robot Manipulators: A Review", International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology, ISSN: 0974-3154,  Volume 3,  No. 3(2010), pp. 603—606 .
  • Vivek Deshpande , Anurag Verma., “ End- effector position analysis of SCorbot-er vplus Robot “ International Journal of Advanced Science and Technology , ISSN: 2005-4238, Vol.29,April 2011
  • Kaushik V Patel ,Anurag Verma., “Analysis of spatial mechanism in dynamic equilibrium conditions using MAtLAB”.,International Journal of Engineering Science and Technology (IJEST) ISSN:0975-5462, Vol.3 no.2, Feb 2011, Pp.1344-1350.
  • Anurag Verma, Mehul Gor, “Kinematic chain isomorphism  identification by discrete Hopfield neural Network “ International Journal for Applied Engineering Research ,Vol.5, No.23-24,2010,ISSN:0973-4562 pp.3697-3703
  • Kartik D Pipaliya, Anurag Verma, Mehul Gor, Detection of Isomorphism of straight line material transfer Mechanisms, International Review of Applied Engineering Research, ISSN:2248-9967 Vol.1, Number 2(2011),pp.183-188

Important details

Name Dr. Anurag Verma
Father’s name Prof. Binod Kumar Verma
Date of birth 18th  September, 1966
Nationality Indian
Marriage status Married having two sons

Contact details
CSIT Campus, Director’s Residence,
Shivaji Nagar, Balod Road,
Post: Pisegaon, Kolihapuri,
Dist. – Durg. 491 001 (C.G.)

E-mail : anuraganju [at] , director [at]
Mobile :09427063496, 8966000010

Land Line: 0788-2229901 (O)
           0788-2229906 (R)

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