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About Department

Vision

Department of Electrical Engineering endeavors to be one of the best departments in India having expertise to mould the students to cater the needs of society in the field of technology, leadership, administration, ethical and social.

Mission

To provide dynamic and scholarly environment for students to achieve excellence in core electrical and multidisciplinary fields by synergetic efforts of all stake holders of the Electrical Engineering Department and inculcate the ethical and social values.

Salient features of Department

  • The Department of Electrical Engineering was established in year 1984 with a sanctioned intake of 60 students. The National Board of Accreditation has accredited the department thrice in succession in the year 2001,2006 & 2012. Presently, the Electrical Engineering Department has post graduate program (M. Tech. in Power Electronics and Power Systems) with sanctioned intake of 18, started from 2011. Department is a Recognized Research Centre, approved by RTM Nagpur University for Master of Engineering (M.E. - By Research) and Doctoral program. Department has twelve well-equipped laboratories.
  • Department has 2 Professors, 8 Associate Professors and 13 Assistant Professors on the roll. Department has well qualified and experienced faculty with industrial background. They have undertaken many consultancy projects and have been granted patent by government of India.
  • The Department has conducive environment for the academic and overall development of the students. The Electrical Engineering Students Association (EESA) is a platform for promoting the curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular students activities. Department students actively participate in sports and represent the college at various levels. Students are keenly interested in contributing for social cause and join the National Service Scheme (NSS) activities. Department organizes Seminars, Guest lectures and Training programs, Product exhibitions for the students. Students get opportunity to enhance their technical skill by participating in the training program like PLC and SCADA.
  • To introduce the graduating students to the latest developments in the industry, the department has organized Technical Workshops “Empower-2012”, “Empower-2013”, “Empower 2014” and Empower16-17 is scheduled on 7th and 8th January 2017. Reputed companies namely ABB, ARTIC INFRA TECH, GRANDSTREAM, GRUNDFOS, HAGER, HIOKI, KEI, L&T, POWERICA, WIPRO, BERGEN,BIOSYS, HP,ROCKWELL AUTOMATION, SCHNEIDER, TEXAS INSTRUMENTS, FINOLEX, HIGHRISE TRANSFORMERS, TDK, WAREE, GENTECH, SYNERGY, VSPAQUA MIST participated in previous exhibitions with the wide range of products to display. Around 300 students from more than 23 Engineering colleges attended Empower 2014.
  • On academic front, the department results are consistently good with students seeking merit positions on the University level. The department has active Entrepreneurship Development Cell to develop the entrepreneurial skills among the students. The department highly encourages the industry interaction. Students go for industry training during the vacation.

Career Prospects

  • Electrical energy is required extensively for domestic and industrial use. Thus, opportunities for electrical engineers are wide open in various fields. Students gain adequate knowledge through the programme to pursue career in engineering, software field and R&D sector. They also have the option of pursuing higher studies and Entrepreneurship ventures. They can be employed in Electrical, Telecommunication, Computer hardware or software, Network, and Automobile industries. Consumer goods sector, power stations, designing and Manufacturing of electrical equipments, electrical machines, and many others employment avenues are also open for the graduates of electrical engineering.

Course Course Details
Bachelor of Engineering Degree Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering
Duration 4 Year(8 Semesters) (Full time)
Intake 60 Student per year
Establishment Year: 1984
NBA Status National Board of Accreditation has accredited the department thrice in succession in the year 2001, 2006 & 2012 and duly completed SAR is submitted to NBA for next Accreditation.
Master of Engineering Degree M. Tech. (Power Electronics & Power System )
Duration 2 Year(4 Semesters) (Full time)
Intake 18 Student per year
Establishment Year: 2011

Program Educational Objectives (UG)

  • PEO1. Our graduates will work on design, operation and practice in electrical field by addressing intricacies of engineering and technology applications.
  • PEO2. Our graduates will work in multidisciplinary fields and adapt to new technologies, new work environments, pursue additional skills and knowledge leading to professional development.
  • PEO3. Our graduates will progress in their career by demonstrating in practice the technical and communication skills with an understanding of ethical and social responsibilities.

Program Outcomes (UG)

  • PO1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals to the solution of engineering problems.
  • PO2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review literature, and analyze complex engineering problems using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • PO3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public safety, societal and environmental considerations.
  • PO4. Conduct problem investigations: Use research-based knowledge including experimentation, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO5. Modern tool usage: Select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools for analyzing the engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO6. The engineer, industry and society: Apply contextual knowledge to assess industrial, societal and safety related issues and understand consequent relevance to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities such as, being able to understand and write effective reports, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Programme Specific Outcomes

  • PSO1. Analyze and design electrical networks, machines, control systems, power systems, power converters and evaluate the performance.
  • PSO2. Understand and develop electrical systems considering energy efficiency, power scenario, environmental issues and industry applications.

M.Tech in Power Electronics & Power System:

This is a full-time, four-semester, post-graduate program offered by the department of Electrical Engineering. The program curriculum is designed as per Choice Based Credit System (CBCS) with provision to allow up to one year internship in industry for desirous and eligible students. By virtue of Academic Autonomy granted by RashtrasantTukdojiMaharaj Nagpur University to this institute, the curriculum is updated with emphasis on recent developments in power electronics, power system and allied areas related to electrical engineering. In addition to the classroom interaction, the practical knowledge and skill accomplishment is given prominent importance which includes hardware design & fabrication, system simulation skill on computer, presentation skills and written communication skills etc.

The admissions to this program are executed as per the guidelines of Directorate of Technical Education, Maharashtra State and Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University.


Program Educational Objectives of M.Tech (PEPS):

  • PEO1. To mould the students to improve their technical and intellectual capability in Power Electronics & Power System and to develop interest for life-long learning.
  • PEO2. To prepare the students to acquire the knowledge, skills, qualities and values necessary for employment in areas related with Power Electronics & Power System.
  • PEO3. To prepare and inspire the students to become future researcher/good teacher/technocrat/ with innovative idea for sustainable development.

Program Outcomes of M.Tech (PEPS):

After completion of the program, the students will be able to,

  • PO 1. Acquire knowledge of Power Electronics and Power System with an ability to analyze and correlate the available knowledge with own work.
  • PO 2. Analyze critically the complex problems in the area of Power Electronics and Power Systems.
  • PO 3. Solve problems satisfactorily in the field of Power Electronics and Power System and arrive at appropriate solution.
  • PO 4. Explore information through literature survey and prepare a research plan for a problem or topic to investigate to arrive at appropriate solution or conclusion.
  • PO 5. Learn modern engineering simulation tools &equipments and apply them in the area of Power Electronics and Power System.
  • PO 6. Perform multidisciplinary work for scientific research.
  • PO 7. Demonstrate knowledge of project management principles to execute project with due consideration of economicaland financial factors.
  • PO 8. Communicate with the engineering community regarding complex engineering activities by writing effective reports and making effective presentations.
  • PO 9. Engage in self-study and life-long learning with a high level of enthusiasm and commitment to improve knowledge and competence.
  • PO 10. Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
  • PO 11. Examine critically the outcomes of one's actions, make corrective measuressubsequently, and learn from mistakes without depending on external feedback.

Research Center

The department of Electrical Engineering is approved as Research Centre by RashtrasantTukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University.

List of RTMNU Approved Supervisors for Doctoral Studies:

Sr. No Name of Faculty Qualification Designation Area of Interest

1

Dr. M. M. Renge PhD (EE), M.Tech (ECS),
B.E. (EE)
Professor Induction Motor Drive (Power Electronics, Machines and DSP)

2

Dr. S. B. Bodkhe PhD (EE), M.Tech (IPS),
B.E. (EE)
Professor Electrical Machines & Drives

List of Faculty Members with PhD:

Sr. No Name of Faculty Qualification Designation Area of Interest

1

Dr. M. M. Renge PhD (EE), M.Tech (ECS),
B.E. (EE)
Professor Induction Motor Drive (Power Electronics, Machines and DSP)

2

Dr. S. B. Bodkhe PhD (EE), M.Tech (IPS),
B.E. (EE)
Professor Electrical Machines & Drives

3

Dr. T. G. Arora PhD (EE), M.Tech(IPS),
B.E. (E&P)
Associate Professor High Voltage Engineering, Power System Protection

4

Dr. S. D. Naik PhD (EE), M.Tech (IPS),
B.E. (E&P)
Associate Professor Power System Analysis, Voltage Stability, Control Systems

5

Dr. (Mrs) M. V. Palandurkar PhD (EE), M.Tech (IPS),
BSc (Electrical)
Assistant Professor Energy Storage Devices and Electrical Drives

Number of PhD awarded: 05
Number of PhD thesis submitted:01
Number of PhD thesis due for submission (Pre-submission Seminar over):02
Number of PhD candidates pursuing: 06

Events/Activities

The department of Electrical Engineering organizes various activities for the students under Electrical Engineering Students’ Association (EESA) & Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC). The activities include Guest Lectures, Workshops, Industrial Visit, Cultural Activities, and Sports etc.

INDUSTRY VISIT TO HVDC CHANDRAPUR STATION

Industry visit to HVDC Chandrapur station was organized by Prof. P. A. Salodkar on Friday, 11 August 2017 for the seventh semester Electrical Engineering students. Total 60 students along with four faculty members , Prof. P. A. Salodkar, Dr. M. V. Palandurkar, Prof. Gaurav Goyal, and Prof. Amey Saonerkar visited to HVDC Chandrapur Station. Students get the practical knowledge about HVDC Transmission System.Dated:11 August 2017




Installation Ceremony of Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) Electrical For Academic Year 2016-17

The Entrepreneurship Development Cell Team, Department of Electrical Engineering has been installed on 31st August 2016. Mr.SoubhikDasgupta, an 2007 batch alumnus, Founder& Principle Consultant, SDG Centre of Excellence, Nagpur was chief guest.

Mr.Soubhik guided the students on entrepreneurship & motivational aspects and how to move ahead step by step to overcome the challenges in entrepreneurship. Prof. M.R.Jain, Chief coordinator, guided the students on “Traits of an Entrepreneur”. Prof.V.T.Barhate talked about importance of Entrepreneual attitude. Prof.U.B.Mujumdar introduced the role of ‘Entrepreneurship Development Cell’ in overall development of students.

The student president Mr. Shreesh Deep Gupta and secretary Mr. Aakashdeepsing Bhatia gave the details of various activities to be conducted in the year. ShivaniBojalwar, RuchaBuche and ShwetaShwetaAlegaonkar conducted the program. Aakashdeepsing Bhatia proposed the vote of thanks. Pradutta Joshi, SagarBhade, Abhishek Gupta,YashChandakand RiteshDakhate worked hard for the success of the program.


Workshops organized

Sr. No Title/Details Duration
1 “AUTOCAD Electrical” by Mr. PrafulBaid, CEO, Astral Informatics Pvt Ltd, Nagpur and Ms. Ankita Jog, Trainer, Astral 25/02/2016 and 26/02/2016
2 “Legged iCellBotix”, by Mr. AmeyBhopi of the Technophilia Systems, Mumbai in association with Robotics and Computer Applications Institute (RCAI) of USA 10th& 11thOct 2014.
3 “Introduction to dsPic3EP256MC202 Digital Signal Controller” by Dr.M.M.Renge, Professor, RCOEM 17th& 18th Nov 2014.
4 “AUTOCAD Electrical” by Astral Informatics Pvt. Ltd. 22nd & 23rdJan. 15
5 “Aptitude Development” by Mr. AsishDiwam, Alumini of 2009 Batch. 16th to 18th March 2015
6 “Auto-Botz AVR” by RCA Institute of USA &Technophililia Systems 1st and 2nd Oct 2013
7 “15-days Workshop on PLC & SCADA”, by Linx Control, Nagpur 14th to 31st Oct 2013
8 “Smart Grid and Micro-grid”, by Dr. Liu Xiongwei University of Cumbria, U.K. 7th& 8th Jan 2014
9 “EMPOWER-14”, Technical Seminars, Product Showcase Technical persons of Many Cos. 7th to 8thMarch 2014
10 STTP On “TIMSP430 Microcoltroller, Analog System and Application” 24th to 28th March 2014
11 “Motor Winding” by Mr. Swami Nagpur Motors Pvt Ltd, Nagpur 18th Sept. 2013
12 “Traits of Entrepreneur” by Mr. Sanjay Raghtate HR Trainer 12th Oct 2013


Two days workshop on “SMART GRID” on 7th& 8h January 2014


One day workshop on AutoCAD Electrical under “Autodesk Student Interface 2014 program” on 22nd Feb 2014 and on 15th March 2014


Two days workshop Legged iCellBotix on 10th and 11th of September 2014.


Two days, workshop on “Autobotz AVR” on 1st 7 2ndoct 2013


Guest Lecture organized

Sr. No Title/Details Duration
1 “Basics of Aptitude skills” by Mr. Pravin, Alumni 2001, Industrial and Mr. Ashish Diwam, Alumni 2009 batch, Electrical 05/08/2016
2 “Concept of Group Discussion & Personal Interview”, by Mr. SumitTotade, Ex Endorsement Dale Carnegie Trainer 10/08/2016
3 “Career as Data Analayst” by Mr.SoubhikDasgupta, Alumni 2007 batch,Electrical and founder & CEO of SDG Statistics & Demographic Governance, Pune 13/08/2016
4 “How to crack PI & GD”, by Mr.HiteshDewani, Faculty at HR Mentors. 06/09/2016
5 “Substation Engineering”, by Er.Avinash Sadhu, T and D Specialist, Marafiq, Saudi Arabia 23/08/2014
6 “How to Crack GATE”, by Mr. Mukesh Jahangir (IES AIR-78). 29/09/2014
7 “Recent Trends in the Distribution System”. Mr.Ajit Prasad Ganguli, Ex Vice President SPANCO and Freelance DISCOM Consultant 10th September 2015
8 How to increase Aptitude Skills”, by Prof. T.G.Arora, Associate Professor, RCOEM, Nagpur 16/08/2013.
9 “MPPT, DC to DC converter, direct diffuse, global radiation, solar inverter circuit and type of PV cell module”, by Mr. Ajay Kumar Damral, Researcher in Shri Gajanan Invention & Advanced Reseach Centre, SSGMCE, Shegaon 17 /8/2013
10 “Entrepreneurship Skills”, by Mr. KaustubhKatdare, founder of www.crazyengineers.com 20/8/2013
11 “RFID Technology”, by Mr. PritamShinde, alumni& an entrepreneur 20/8/2013
12 “Fuzzy logic, Neural Network application in Engineering”, by Prof.V.S. Kale, Associate Professor,VNIT Nagpur 22nd and 23rd Oct’13
13 “Programming skills in MATLAB”, by Prof Bhat, Associate Professor, VNIT Nagpur 24th Oct 2013
14 “Smart grid Concept,Need and Current Scenario in India”, by Dr A.R Abhyankar Associate Professor, IIT Delhi 30-01-2014
15 “Financial planing for young investors”, by Dr Kanchan Naidu DMT,RCOEM 1-02-2014
16 “Reforms in Electrical power sector due to Electricity Act 2003”, by Mr.PrasannaSutone, AGM (Marketing), Suzlon Energy Ltd 8-02-2014
17 “Live demo zone with different software applications”, by Vardhaman Technologies Pvt Ltd 7-02-14
18 “GIS Technology in HV & EHV substations”, by MrPandurangKasale, Senior Engineer, Reliance Energy Ltd 18-02-14
19 “Autodest student Interface 2014 program”, by Astral Informatics Pvt, Ltd 22-02-14 and 15/03/14


Guest Lecture by Dr. A.R.Abhyankar, Associate Professor, IIT DELHI


A guest Lecture was organized for Second Year students of Electrical Engineering Department on “How to prepare for Placement and Other Competitive Examination”
Guest Lecture by Mr. Pritam Shinde on RFID Technologies
Guest Lecture by Mr. KaustubhKatdare, CEO, www.crazyengineers.com


Industrial Visit organized

Sr. No Name of Industry
1 A trip to Chandrapur HVDC station for Final Year Students on 14th October 2016.
2 An industrial visit to KharperkhedaThernal Power Plant for third year students on 22nd October 2016.
3 An industrial visit to KharperkhedaThernal Power Plant for third year students on 3rd Feb 2016.
4 A industrial trip to Haldiram Industries, Nagpur and Hindalco Industries Moudafor MTech students.
5 A one day trip for third year student was organized on 14/09/2013 at 765kV Substation of Power Grid Corporation of India Limited, Deoli, Wardha.
6 Industrial Visit to “AllainDuhangan Hydro Power Plant”, Manali on 17th December 2013.


Industrial Visit to “AllainDuhangan Hydro Power Plant”, Manali on 17th December 2013.
A trip to Chandrapur HVDC Students for Final Year Students
A trip to Khaperkheda Thermal Power Plant for Third Year Students

Faculty

  

Prof. Vinay Barhate

Associate Professor & Head of Department

Total Teaching Experience : 32.0yrs
Subject Specialization : Microprocessors,Computer Methods in Power System Analysis,Processor Application in power Systems, Fuzzy Logic, Neural Networks.

Qualification : M.Tech.(IPS) and Ph.D. Registered
Email : barhatevt@rknec.edu


Dr. Mohan M Renge

Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 28.0yrs


Achievements : Approved Guide by RTM Nagpur University for Ph.D. and also for M.E. by Research programs, 40 publications to his credits in National and International Journals and conferences, Reviewer of many journals and conferences, Received grants from AICTE under MODROB and from FIST under infrastructure development.

Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D.
Email : hodelectrical@rknec.edu


Prof. Sanjay Bhaurao Bodkhe

Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 26.0yrs


Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D.
Email : bodkhesb@rknec.edu


Prof. Jayant Sudhakar Joshi

Associate Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 25.0yrs


Awards : Annual best technical lecture award by Institution of Engineers, Nagpur in yr 1990.

Qualification : M.Tech
Email : joshijs@rknec.edu


Prof. Triloksingh Gurubaxsingh Arora

Associate Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 31.0yrs
Subject Specialization : High Voltage Engineering

Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D.
Email : aroratg@rknec.edu


Prof. Niranjan Manohar Deshkar

Associate Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 30.0yrs


Achievements : Received the electrical consultancy for electrical system design for Rs.6.0Lacs

Qualification : M.Tech
Email : deshkarnm@rknec.edu


Dr. SHRIKANT DURGADASPANT NAIK

Associate Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 26.0yrs


Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D.
Email : naiksd@rknec.edu


Prof. Rajan Govindrao Harkare

Associate Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 3.1yrs


Qualification : M.Tech
Email : harkarerg@rknec.edu


Prof. Ravi Ganpatrao Deshbhratar

Associate Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 25.0yrs
Subject Specialization : Electrical Machines, Network Analysis, Power electronics

Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D. Registered
Email : deshbhratarrg@rknec.edu


Prof. Uday Bhalchandra Mujumdar

Associate Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 21.0yrs
Subject Specialization : Industrial Automation, Power Electronics applications in PV system.

Qualification : ME and Ph.D. Registered
Email : mujumdarub@rknec.edu


Prof. Sangita Sahebrao Deshmukh

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 14.0yrs
Subject Specialization : Electrical Engeering

Achievements : Girls hostel Warden Fotr Five years. Associate Dean SRC for two Years.

Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D. Registered
Email : deshmukhsh@rknec.edu


Prof. Vijaya huchche

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 14.4yrs


Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D. Registered
Email : huchchev@rknec.edu


Prof. Preeti Vinit Kapoor

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 13.0yrs


Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D. Registered
Email : kapoorpv@rknec.edu


Prof. Sonali Chetan Rangari

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 10.0yrs
Subject Specialization : Power Electronics,Machine

Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D. Registered
Email : rangaris@rknec.edu


Prof. Prachi Abhijit Salodkar

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 10.0yrs


Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D. Registered
Email : salodkarpa@rknec.edu


Prof. Manisha Bhagwantrao Gaikwad

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 19.2yrs


Qualification : M.Tech
Email : gaikwadmb@rknec.edu


Prof. GAURAV GOYAL

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 6.0yrs
Subject Specialization : Electrical Power Systems, Drives

Achievements : Second Highest CGPA in MTECh BATCH of VNIT-2009 Highest CGPA in MTECh IPS BATCH of VNIT-2009 Presented Three International Conference Papers

Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D. Registered
Email : goyalg@rknec.edu


Dr.. Manjusha V Palandurkar

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 20.0yrs


Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D.
Email : palandurkarmv@rknec.edu


Prof. Sheetal Vishal Umredkar

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 5.8yrs


Qualification : M.Tech
Email : umredkars@rknec.edu


Prof. Rupal S Agrawal

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 0.0yrs


Qualification : M.Tech
Email : agarwalrs7@rknec.edu


Prof. Pankaj R. Sawarkar

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 8.0yrs


Qualification : M.Tech
Email : sawarkarp@rknec.edu


Prof. Komal A Ambhorkar

Assistant Professor




Qualification :
Email : ambhorkarka1@rknec.edu


Prof. Piyush M Khadke

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 0.0yrs


Awards : ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD IN M.TECH

Qualification : M.TECH and Ph.D. Registered
Email : khadkepm@rknec.edu


Prof. Ameya K Saonerkar

Assistant Professor




Qualification :
Email : saonerkarak@rknec.edu


Student

Students Society, Students Achievements, Students Chapter.

Students Society
Students Achievements

The Members of Entrepreneurship Development Cell (EDC) Electrical for the year 2016-17 are:

S.No. Name Post
1 Sheersh  Deep Gupta  President
2 Akashdeep Singh Bhatia Secretary
3 Pradutta  Joshi Treasurer
4 Sagar   Bhade Executive Member
5 Shivani  Bojalwar Executive Member
6 Abhishek Gupta Executive Member
7 Ritesh Dakhate Executive Member
8 Rucha  Buche Executive Member
9 Shweta Alegaonkar Executive Member
10 Yash Chandak Executive Member

Sr. No. Name of student Duration Position held
1 Sudeep Banerjee 2013-14 Silver core member
2 Sudeep Banerjee 2014-15 Silver core member
3 Aashish Chandan 2014-15 Green Ambassador

Students from Elect. Deptt on the board of “ARCEON”

Sr. No. Name of student Position held
1. Shyam Zarikar President of Marathi section, Arceon-16
2 Mr. Gurvindarpal Singh Editor of Arceon-15
3 Adarsh Raj Members of Arceon-15
4 Ruchi Thakre Members of Arceon-15
5 Akash Andurkar Members of Arceon-15
6 Shyam Zarikar Member of Marathi section,Arceon-15
7 Shivam Trivedi Member of photography section

Newsletter Corner:

Sr. No. Name of student Duration Position held
1 Sudeep Banerjee 2013-14 Silver core member
2 Sudeep Banerjee 2014-15 Silver core member
3 Aashish Chandan 2014-15 Green Ambassador

Achievements

    FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS:

  • 5 Faculty members are Ph.D holders and 9 faculty members are pursuing Ph.D
  • Two faculty members are “Certified Energy Auditor” by Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE)
  • Four patents are applied by faculty.
  • Faculty members are conferred with Distinguished Awards for the contribution in Education and Social fields.
  • One Faculty member is Evaluator of National Board of Accreditation(NBA)
  • Faculty members are reviewers of IEEE /IET transaction papers
  • Average experience of Faculty in Education and Industry is around 21
  • Faculty members contributed/contributing at various Institute level posts like Member Secretary-IQAC, Dean - Admissions, Dean International Cell, Dean R& D, Head Equivalence Committee, Prof. In-charge of Training & Placement, MIS, Campus centre, Hostel warden, SRC and NSS.

EMPOWER SeePhoto Gallery

ELECTRICAL MAINTAINANCE

Prof.N.M.Deshkar from Electrical Department is Prof. In-charge of overall electrical maintenance of Institute. Electrical power distribution system is designed in department right from preparation of drawing, estimates, BOQ etc. For new proposed electrical work. This also includes the T/F substations and protection.

Energy bill of every month is checked by Prof.N.M.Deshkar and measures are taken to reduce the bill by implementation of some gadgets like capacitors, APFC panel, LED lights etc.

As per Bombay public trust act electricity duty is exempted to educational institute. Till year 2014 energy duty was reflected in energy bill. This fact was pointed out by Prof.Deshkar & submitted repeated applications for exemption & refund of paid duty. After a long struggle with SEB / DISCOM, State Government refunded Rs. 85.00 lakhs to institute by way of adjustment in energy bill. Institute received credit bills for about one year till the refund amount is adjusted


INNOVATIVE PRACTICES

  1. The departmental faculty has been organizing Annual Mega Event “EMPOWER” for the third, final and M. Tech students of all the engineering colleges in Central India. A large contingent of practicing engineers from several multinational and national manufacturing and service industries visit the department for two days. Every company explains their latest technologies and showcases their latest products to the small group of 18-20 students every hour in round robin manner. Several industries and institutions now wait for participating in this Unique Mega Event “EMPOWER” which is conducted in February-March every year.
  2. The departmental faculty organizes annual Workshop on Robotics for participants from a large number of institutions in the region. This workshop gives first hand practice to students in developing applications in robotic field.
  3. The departmental faculty has developed a unique application SGPA Planner”, which enables the students to calculate his target SGPA in the current semester in order to achieve the desired CGPA at the end of the semester. The student thus knows the extent of the efforts required in different subjects, as per his strength and weaknesses, to achieve the target CGPA at given level.
  4. The first year students are required to submit the Energy Sheet in which the student has to observe the rating and specifications of all the domestic electric appliances, note the operating time of each, calculate monthly energy consumption, study the details of tariff, calculate the monthly energy bill and compare the same with the actual electricity bill.
  5. Every student of third year undertakes “Industrial Visit” and develops the electrical single line diagram while noting down all the relevant technical details of various electrical components used in industrial electrical installation. This practice gives them excellent opportunity to correlate the technical knowledge earned in the classroom with that of its actual use in practice.

Faculty invited as Resource Person in other organization

S.No. Year Number of Faculties
1 2015-16 18
2 2014-15 08
3 2013-14 09
  2015-2016    2014-2015    2013-2014 

List of Faculty Participated in Two Week / One Week FDP/ conference/ workshop/ STTP

S.No. Year Number of Faculties
1 2015-16 16
2 2014-15 09
3 2013-14 17
  2015-2016    2014-2015    2013-2014 

Infrastructure


Electrical Engineering Lab (I Year)
High Voltage Engineering Lab
High Voltage Engineering Lab
Electrical Machines Lab
Electrical Machines Lab
Switch Gear Protection Lab
Switch Gear Protection Lab
Power Electronics Lab
Microprocessor Lab
Microprocessor Lab
Network Analysis Lab
Control System Lab
Computer Lab
Electrical Measurement Lab

List of Laboratories

Sr. No.          Name of the Laboratory Amount (Rs)
1 Electrical Machines lab. 11,03,640.85
2 First Year (E.T.) lab. 11,13,059.12
3 Electrical Measurements lab. 5,54,329.77
4 Switch Gear and Protection lab. 9,69,772.47
5 Power Electronics lab. 5,64,597.56
6 High Voltage lab. 20,14,778.70
7 Electrical Workshop 2,27,035.23
8 Control System lab 3,94,931.00
9 Network Analysis lab 3,48,850.00
10 Microprocessor & Interfacing Lab. 3,22,593.60
11 Project lab. 17,27,894.31
12 Computer Facilities lab. 25,21,756.97
13 Research Lab 24,55,544.00
  TOTAL 138,02,873.00
Electrical Engineering Lab (I Year)

This is the basic lab of the electrical engineering at the first year level. This laboratory has state of art equipments. The digital meters are used for measurement of basic parameters of electrical engineering i.e. voltage, current and power.

Major experiments in this lab is on verification of KVL & KCL, power factor improvement, series & parallel resonance, star & delta connections, polar curve etc.


High Voltage Engineering Lab

High Voltage (HV) Engineering is a compulsory subject (Theory & Practical) for BE Electrical VII Sem Students. High Voltage Engineering laboratory is well equipped to familiarize the students with the conceptual aspects of this subject and give them practical basis of high voltage testing. Under graduates projects in the area of High Voltage Engineering are carried out in the lab. Adequate safety measures are provided in the lab. Lab has good facility for testing as well as research.


Microprocessor Lab

The laboratory work for the course Microprocessor& Interfacing (V sem) and Processor Applications in Power system (M.Tech-I Sem) is conducted in this laboratory.

The laboratory is well equipped with following Trainer/ Interfacing kits for the conduction of experiments:

  • 8085 based Microprocessor Trainers
  • 8051 based Microcontroller Trainers
  • 8255,8253,8279 peripherals based Interfacing boards,
  • ADC/DAC kits
  • Relay/SCR control cards

Network Analysis Lab

In this lab the experiments based on the subject, Network Analysis taught in BE III Sem are conducted. In this, the experiments on verification of various network theorems e.g. Thevenin’s Theorem, Norton’s Theorem, Superposition Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem etc. are done. Various network parameters like z parameter, network functions for a given circuit are experimentally found as well as the principle of series/parallel resonance for RLC circuits are studied.

            Students get a good exposure of different methods of solving the complicated circuit practically and they come close to the various practical problems and their respective/prospective solutions here. There are all necessary ranges of voltmeters, ammeters & rheostats with the kits of above mentioned theorems.

Placements

  • Students are placed in reputed organizations like General Motors, HP, Jindal Steel and Power, L&T, Reliance Energy, Tata Motors and many other multinational companies such as Accenture, Capgemini, L&T InfoTech, Mahindra & Mahindra LTD., Mahindra Satyam & Tech Mahindra, Swapoorji Pallonji and co. Ltd, Wipro Technologies, Persistent Systems Ltd, KPIT Cummins, MU Sigma Business Solutions Ltd, Infocepts, Cybage etc., through the campus placement process.
S.No. Year Number of Placements
1 2016-17 40 as on 31st October 2016
2 2015-16 55
3 2014-15 59
4 2013-14 45


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