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Student Chapters

IEI Student Chapter

INTRODUCTION

IEI

To develop 'Strategy' and 'Implementation Plan' to deal with technology transition management in the country for rapid absorption, adaptation and assimilation of technologies and by creating necessary infrastructure

Objectives

  • To facilitate the exchange of information and ideas, amongst the members and the persons attached to the Institution
  • To inculcating and promoting the technical instinct among the students and as a platform for the technical proceedings
  • To get the students more acquainted with the existing technology and to make familiar with the state-of-art technology.
  • To promote the general advancement of engineering their applications.

Outcomes:

IEI (Institution of Engineer) PES MCOE Student Chapter provides students with the opportunity to

  • Implement the technical knowledge which they get from guest lecture, workshops and project exhibitions.
  • Enhance their thinking ability and build a leadership quality to pursuit their career growth.

Activities (2016-17)

Sr. No. Date Title of the Activity/Event Resource Person
1. 18.07.2016 Guest Lecture Power Quality Mr. Narendra Duvedi
2. 23.07.2016 Utilization of various materials in design of electrical equipments Mr. Amol Dasade

ACTIVITIES

IE (I), Student Chapter, Social Event, Rakshabandhan.
Date & Day:Friday 16/08/2019
Venue:Paraplegic Rehabilitation Center & Queens Merry Institute of Technology, khadaki
Session conducted by:Ms. P. S. Jadhav , Mrs. Sheetal Mhetre, Ms. Madhyama Wankhede RAKSHABANDHAN AT PARAPLEGIC CENTER
Objective: To develop social awareness amongst students about army ,navy, air force war injured soldiers
Summary of the Activity/Event:

A rakshabandhan function was arranged at paraplegic center at khadki, by IE(I), Student Chapter,Department of Electrical Engineering on 16 August 2019. This programme was organized for creating social awareness amongst students about army, navy, air force war injured soldiers. Technical training is given to such soldiers.

Outcome: Students become aware of opportunities in Indian Army, Navy, Air Force.
State Level Project Competetion in Association with IEEE, IE(I) & ISLE
Date & Day: Tuesday 3.4.2018
Venue:Electrical Engineering Department
Session conducted by:Mr.P.U.Sathe ,Mr.Hemant Sali,Mrs.C.Mulay,Mr.K.Mulani, Mr.S.Atkale,Mr.A.Shaikh
Objective:
  • To provide common platform to different engineering colleges to present their innovation domain-wise in the field of Electrical Engineering.
  • To encourage participants to present their project ideas to ensure a sustainable future for our technology.
  • To showcase their project concepts at state level & to challenge student imaginative thinking in creative engineering, technology and innovation
Summary of the Activity/Event:

There were three domains in this competition:

  1. Power system, Renewable Energy and Energy Audit.
  2. Control System, Automation & Industrial Drives
  3. Electrical Machines and Utilization.

Total No of groups participated in event is 48, which are from different colleges i.e. DYPCOE Kolhapur,GCOE Karhad,PVGCOET,AISSMS COEP, S.V.P.M 's COE, Malegaon(Bk.)BVCOEP,ZCOER Pune Vidya Pratishthan's Kamalnayan Bajaj Institute of Engineering and Technology,Baramati ,Trinity College of Engineering Pune. Students have presented their innovative concepts in different thrust areas like Renewable, Agricultural, Machines, power system, automation & control etc. The Domain Wise winners are from DYPCOE Kolhapur, GCOE Karhad, PVGCOET,PES’sMCOE PUNE.

Outcome:

students will be able to

  • Demonstrate their concepts confidently.
  • Develop product and give innovative ideas to the society.
Social event, Rakshabandhan.
Date & Day:  Friday 9/08/2017
Venue:Paraplegic Rehabilitation Center & Queens Merry Institute of Technology, khadaki
Session conducted by:Ms.P.S.Jadhav , Mrs. Shweta Jain
Objective: To develop social awareness amongst students about army ,navy, airforce war injured soldiers
Summary of the Activity/Event:

A rakshabandhan function was arranged at paraplegic center at khadki, by Department of Electrical Engineering on 9 August 2017. This programme was organized for creating social awareness amongst students about army, navy, air force war injured soldiers. Technical training is given to such soldiers.

Outcome: Students become aware of opportunities in Indian Army, Navy , Air Force.
Guest Lecture for the subject of PLC & SCADA on
Date & Day:  Friday 28/07/2017
Venue:E & TC Seminar Hall
Session conducted by:Mr. SandeepBhagwat, Assistant Manager, Hyflux Engineers, India pvt.Ltd.
Objective:
  • To increase the practical knowhow about the Industrial automation
  • To impart knowledge about the role of PLC & SCADA in Automation Industry
  • To enhance the Industry Institute Interactions & bridge the gap between Industry requirements and Curriculam.
Summary of the Activity/Event:

The event was conducted for BE Electrical class of both the shifts on Friday 28.7.2017 during 11am to 12.00 pm.Following points are discussed in detail

  • Motor Control Circuit
  • Role of an Engineer in automation
  • Hardware logics at the site
  • MCC feeder & control circuit operations
Outcome:
  • Students got an idea about engineers role in automation Industry
  • Students got knowledge about the power circuit and control circuit of Motor Control (MCC) which is widely used everywhere.
STATE level Project Exhibition report
Date & Day:  Friday 25/03/2017
Venue: BEE, PS ,PETX, Microcontroller, Machine I & II, Research Laboratory, Department of Electrical Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05
Chief Guest: Dr.D.J.Doke (Chair, PES/IAS Chapter of Pune Section)
Guest of Honor: Mrs. MedhaDeshpande (Director and Business unit Head AMC Yardi, Software Pvt Limited)
Judges: Mr. N. S. Parandkar(Emeritus Professor), Mrs. MedhaDeshpande(Director and Business unit Head AMC Yardi, Software Pvt Limited), Mr. Ganesh Shitole (Deputy Manager,MatherPlattAkurdi, Pune), Mr. HemantRhatwal(Assistant Manager,ThyssenkruppPimpri, Pune), Mr. HerambMayadeo(Electrical Engineer Black & Veatch, Pune), Mr. DevendraVanarse (Project Manager,Cognizant, Pune)
Objective:
  • To enhance the knowledge of student and motivate them to compete in the global competitive engineering field
  • To impart awareness about fast growing technologies, its real applications in industries.
  • To develop a new and innovative projects which will improving quality, environment and economic development of nation
Summary of the Activity/Event:

Department of Electrical Engineering organized a “State Level Project Competition” in association with Institution of Electrical & Electronics Engineers (IEEE), Pune Section and Institution of Engineers (IEI), Pune Local Centre dated on 25th March 2017. Many distinguished experts, Mr. DevendraVanarse (Project Manager Cognizant), Mr. Ganesh Shitole (Deputy Manager Matherplatt), Mr. HemantRhatwal (Assistant Manager, Thyssenkrupp), Mr. HerambMayadeo (Electrical Engineer Black & Veatch), Mrs. MedhaDeshpande (Director and Business Unit Head AMC, Yardi Software Pvt Ltd) and Mr. N. S. Parandkar (Emiritus Professor) were arrived at inauguration. Chief Guest for both Inaugural and valedictory function is Dr.D.J.Doke, delivered his walk through to the students for enrichment of knowledge and awareness in technological world.

Outcome:
  • Students can apply their skills for socio economic development
  • Student can inculcate with the real time technology used in recent days.
Guest lecture on HV measurement in EHV substation
Date & Day:  Friday 11/03/2017
Venue: Electrical Department Seminar Hall
Session Conducted by: Ms.P.S.Jadhav , Mrs.S.M.Mahajan
Objective:

To develop interest amongst students about how HV measurement are done in EHV substation

Summary of the Activity/Event:

HV measurements are very important in EHV substation to keep our substation in good condition because failure is not allowed in EHV substations. Mr. Rupesh Gaikwad,Ex. Engr,MSETCL Pune Sir give this very important information about HV measurements at substation thoroughly.

Outcome:

Students were be able to understand HV measurement in EHV substation.

State level workshop "Applications of advance microcontroller in automation and robotics"
Date & Day: Tuesday 20/09/2016 and Wednesday 21/09/2016
Venue: Seminar Hall and computer labs (UG, PG)
Session Conducted by: Dr. (Mrs.) V.A. Joshi, Mr. Rahul Y, Mr. Abdul Jabbar J
Objective:

To develop Robot assembly & testing skills Introduction to PIC Microcontroller and embedded programming Building Obstacle Avoidance Robot

Summary of the Activity/Event:

The session started with felicitation of Dr. (Mrs.) V.A. Joshi, Mr. Rahul Y, Mr. Abdul Jabbar J and followed by guest lecture by Dr. (Mrs.) V.A. Joshi on "Introduction to Automation & Robotics". Dr. (Mrs.) V.A. Joshi has described various technologies, applications, implementation in Automation and Robotics.

Outcome:

Guiding tips on preparing for placements
Sharing of learning experience.
Total personality development.
Acquire new managerial skills, to meet up the cooperate demands

Guest lecture in power quality
Date & Day: 18/7/2016 Monday
Venue:Seminar Hall (109)
Session Conducted by:Mr.Narendra Duvedi
Objective:
  • To get aware with symptoms of poor power quality.
  • To learn and characterize various PQ problems.
  • To identify different mitigation techniques.
Summary of the Activity/Event:

Different power quality issues were discussed first. Analysis done on the recorded measurements to characterize the power quality issue and mitigation techniques was very well discussed. Different power quality event recordings in different industries were shown to the students. Scope for project work in the power quality subject is discussed by students.

Outcome:

Students recognized the importance of power quality and power quality monitoring needs.

Project Exhibition
Date & Day: 01.04.2016 (Friday)
Venue:Machine Laboratory, Microcontroller Laboratory & Power Electronics Laboratory
Session Conducted by:Mr. Anand Shastri, Mr. Arif Shaikh, Mr. Rajiv Shastri, Mr. P. Gawande, Mr. S. M. Shirsagar, Mrs. Bhagyashree Tamhankar
Objective:
  • To develop skills for carrying literature survey and organize the material in proper manner.
  • To provide opportunity of designing and building complete system/ subsystem based on their knowledge acquired during graduation.
  • To understand the need of society and based on it to contribute towards its betterment and to learn to work in a team.
  • To explore and to acquire specified skills in areas related to electrical engineering
Summary of the Activity/Event:

"Project Exhibition ", for final year B.E. Electrical Engineering students was arranged on date 01.04.2016 in association with IEI Pune local centre and knowledge park.Total 40 groups of student had participated under following domains like Power System and Protection, Electrical Machines and Automation, Renewable Energy and Energy Audit and Control systems.Expertise from industries and Alumni evaluated their projects and gave valuable suggestions to final year students.

Outcome:
  • Students able to work in a team and ensure satisfactory completion of project in all respect.
  • Students able to handle different tools to complete the given task and to acquire specified knowledge in area of interest.
PLC & SCADA Workshop
Date & Day: 26.09.2015, 29.09.2015 and 30/10/2015 (Sat, Tuesday & Wednesday)
Venue:Seminar Hall (109)
Session Conducted by:Mr. Sagar Chaugule and Mr. Amol Kalambe
Objective:

To understand about real time simulations in PLC and why further it is required to do in SCADA.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

Workshop based on Allen Bradley, Micrologix 1400, 1000 PLC was arranged from 11am to 6pm in electrical department PG computer lab.

The Students of BE 1st and 2nd Shift attended the workshop.

Outcome:
  • Students can define, describe and explain the architecture of PLC and evolution of PLC.
  • Students can demonstrate, execute various ladder programs using timer and counters etc.
Advanced Micro-Controller Workshop
Date & Day: 30.09.2015 and 01/10/2015 (Wednesday and Thursday).
Venue:Seminar Hall (109)
Objective:

For getting an idea regarding controlling of motors and interfacing with PIC 18F458 micro- controller.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

Workshop based on PIC 18F458 microcontroller was arranged on 30.09.2015 & 01.10.2015 from 9.30am to 7.30 pm in MBA department computer center. The Students of TE 1st and 2nd Shift attended the workshop. The workshop is based on controlling of motors and interfacing with PIC18F458 micro-controller.

Outcome:

Students got an idea regarding the interfacing of LCD, LED, Keypad, Control of DC and Stepper motor.

"Workshop on C programming "
Date & Day: 07.02.2015 (Saturday).
Venue:Seminar Hall(109)
Session Conducted by:Mrs. Hemashree Bhide.
Objective:

The most important thing to do when learning Objective-C is to focus on concepts and not get lost in language technical details.The purpose of learning a programming language is to become a better programmer; that is, to become more effective at designing and implementing new systems and at maintaining old ones.

Summary of the Activity/Event:
  • There are only 32 keywords, several standard functions r available which can be used for developing program.
  • C is portable language; this means that c programs written for one computer system can be run on another system, with little or no modification.
  • C language is well suited for structured programming, this requires user to think of a problems in terms of function or modules or block. A collection of these modules make a program debugging and testing easier.
Outcome:

Student can demonstrate and evaluate polynomial and transcendental equations and its applications in electrical engineering field and verify the solution by higher level language programming.

Project Exhibition
Date & Day: 05.04.2014
Venue:Power Electronics Laboratory
Session Conducted by:Mr. A. T. Bangale
Objective:
  • To develop skills for carrying literature survey and organize the material in proper manner.
  • To provide opportunity of designing and building complete system/ subsystem based on their knowledge acquired during graduation.
  • To understand the need of society and based on it to contribute towards its betterment and to learn to work in a team.
Summary of the Activity/Event:

"Project Exhibition ", for final year B.E. Electrical Engineering students was arranged on date 05.04.2014 in association with IEI Pune local centre and knowledge park. Total 22 groups of student had participated under following domains like Power System and Protection, Electrical Machines and Automation, Renewable Energy and Energy Audit and Control systems.Expertise from industries and Alumni evaluated their projects and gave valuable suggestions to final year students.

Outcome:

Students able to handle different tools to complete the given task and to acquire specified knowledge in area of interest.

"Role of Electrical Engineer in IT"
Date & Day: 04.09.2014 (Thursday).
Venue:Seminar Hall(109)
Session Conducted by:Mr. Radheya Khayat
Objective:

Electrical Engineers can design, develop and maintain electrical control system and/or components to require specification, focusing on economy, safety, reliability, equality, quality and sustainability.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

Building industry and services, including lightning, heating and ventilation. Transportation and transport networks. Manufacturing and construction.

Outcome:

Students can understand how Electrical engineers are involved in projects from the concept and detail of the design, through to implementation, testing and handover. They may be involved in maintenance programme

Guest Lecture" Career opportunities in Illumination Engineering"
Date & Day: 26.07.2013 (Friday)
Venue:Seminar Hall(109)
Session Conducted by:Mr. Sthalekar
Objective:

In illuminating engineering, installations (and corresponding lighting devicesare classified according to the field of light utilization as lighting, irradiating,or signaling installation.The branch of science and enginnering concerned with the use of radiant energy containing visible wavelengths (light). Investigates principles and develops methods for generating and spatially redistributing light, measuring light characterstics and converting light into other forms of energy.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

Illumination system comprises of a lamp (the artificial source of light), luminaries & the control gear.

Luminaries are characterized by the way they control & direct light :

  • Luminous intensity
  • Luminous distribution
  • Number of lamps
Outcome:

Students can Identify various parameters for illumination system design

"Test your Intelligence through IQ test"
Date & Day: 23.01.2013 (Wednesday)
Venue:Seminar Hall(109)
Session Conducted by:Mr. A.K.Toke
Objective:

IQ tests in general consist of Verbal and Performance sections. In each subtest of the Verbal scale, specific areas such as, verbal fluency, vocabulary, expressive language and memory skills are put to test, while in the Performance scale, visual-spatial abilities, numerical abilities, fine motor coordination, perceptual skills, inductive reasoning, rational logic and in some also speed, are essential for scoring.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

The former are focused on the individual (intellectual capacity, motive patterns, self concept, perception of the environment, role behaviors, values, level of anxiety or depression, coping patterns and general personality integration) while the latter on the individual's life situations. The success and precision levels of an Intelligence Test depends to a large extent on the sociological and psychological make-up of the individual in addition to his intelligence.

Outcome:

To stimulate thinking skills that lie dormant in an average person, self-analysis and teach how to handle failure and gear towards positive outcome.

Expert lecture on "Energy Management and Awareness"
Date & Day: 24.01.2013 (Thursday).
Venue:Seminar Hall(109)
Session Conducted by:Mr. A.T.Bangale
Objective:

An energy management system involves implementing a systematic approach to energy efficiency and is superior to ad hoc or traditional project-based approaches to improving energy performance.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

The lecture was conducted on energy management and its awareness on 24.01.2013 from 4pm to 5pm at electrical seminar hall.Eminent speaker was Mr. A. T. Bangale from Bangale Consultancy, Pune. He is certified energy auditor by BEE. (Beuro of Energy Efficiency) and have handled many projects on Energy Management. He has covered many electrical energy conservation aspects in industries. The process of energy audit and conservation was discussed in detail.Good energy management begins with the ability to produce and analyze energy consumption data, and demonstrate energy savings.

Outcome:

Students can define energy management strategies and analyze the energy utility management system

Expert lecture on "Energy Audit and Conservation"
Date & Day: 30.08.2012 (Thursday).
Venue:Seminar Hall(109)
Session Conducted by:Mr. A. V. Mahendale
Objective:

Effective management of energy consuming systems can lead to significant cost and energy savings, as well as increased comfort, lower maintenance costs, and extended equipment life. A successful energy management program begins with a thorough energy audit.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

The lecture was conducted on energy audit and conservation on 30.08.2012 from 4pm to 5pm at electrical seminar hall.

Eminent speaker was Mr. A. V. Mehendale works with "Enrich Consultant" and gave us information about various simple and easy ways, to save the energy. Energy saving is as good as generating energy and in turn saving money. Many case studies were discussed based on energy audit and conservation issues, its implementation, saving of energy and its financial analysis too; some small changes in the CFLS instead of incandescent bulbs could make a huge change in energy savings.

Outcome:

Students can list out various energy conservation measures for various processes like Demand side management, perform preliminary audits, and recognize energy conservation application.

Guest lecture on "Emerging trends in Metering Technology"
Date & Day: 18.08.2011 (Thursday)
Venue:Seminar Hall (109)
Session Conducted by:Dr. S. M. Bakre
Objective:

Emerging concepts, technologies, applications of Smart Meters and smart grids. Examine the issues and trends that are most relevant to power delivery systems in India explore solutions that are offered by smart grid technologies. Advanced metering infrastructure& Smart Meters. Benefits to Consumer, Networking Managers and Suppliers & issues. Renewable energy importance in the smart grid.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

Introduction and basics on Smart Grid and Smart Meters & architecture. Basics of circuits .Latest trends and Recent Developments in smart meter &Smart Grid Technology & Issues & Challenges including latest communication technologies-Zig bee .Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) & Meter Data Management (MDM).Reliability analysis of smart electronic meters

Outcome:

Analyze and understand energy consumption patterns and environmental impacts and its mitigation method.