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A SESSION ON GURUPORNIMA (EESA ACTIVITY)

Date & Day: 27/07/2021, Tuesday


Venue: Online,Google Meet
https://meet.google.com/edk-itac-rqi

Session conducted by : Electrical Engineering Students Association & Rotract Club Members.
[EESA]

Objective:

To Retention and connection to campus to develop student involvement in learning communities, non-academic programs in this pandemic.

Summary of the Activity/Event: Guru pornima was celebrated in online mode in Electrical Department by the students of S.E.,T.E.and B.E. Students of SE,TE and BE Electrical First and second shift arranged this program. Students presented slides on Guru and perform saraswati vandana through dance. Student arranged games for teachers. HOD Dr. Mrs. N.R.Kulkarni expresses her ideas and also shared her student life experience and thank to all her staff who teach her at the time of Engineering. All teachers thank to students for arranging this program in such pandemic situation.

Outcome : Staff and Students felt inspired. Students also got a platform to express their views.

A lecture on “Latest trends in Microcontroller and its industrial application

Date & Day: 29/05/2021 & 30/05/2021

Venue: Google Meet

Session conducted by : Mr. Vinit Tirnagarwar-Visteon Pvt. Ltd
Mr Venkatesh Mahindrakar

Objective:

  • To introduce students to Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM)
  • To provide students with interfacing concepts and develop interfacing circuits for simple devices

Summary of the Activity/Event: The session was conducted on 29/05/2021 and 30/05/2021 from 9:00 am to 11:00 pm. This introductory lecture was helpful for students in highlighting the basic microcontroller. The session started with the introduction to the basic of microcontroller and there interface with hardware devices. They started with the how microcontroller and advanced microcontroller are used in industry for different application. How we can interface microntroller to peripheral devices like LED, Relay, Steeper Motor and GSM modules. This session also discussed AT command used for sending and receiving the messages using embedded C. The session also included Proteus software its use in simulating the microcontroller. Introduction to library of Proteus software and then how to mount the components. Students also got the information regarding controllers used in industry and how they can use for connecting GSM modulus and also how it is used in agricultures. Students got the information about designing and practical implementation of these circuits. They got knowledge regarding selection of components, implementation and the PCB layout and how to simulate and test the circuits.

Outcome :

  • Students got knowledge to define the protocol for serial communication and understand the microcontroller development systems.
  • Students also understood the interface input output devices and measure electrical parameters with 8051 in real time
  • They also understood how to use Proteus software.

EXPERT TALK ON “Applications of HVDC and FACTS in power system”

Date & Day: 24/03/2021, Wednesday


Venue: Google Meet

Session conducted by : Mr. Santosh Kaware, Additional Executive Engineer, State load dispatch Centre (SLDC) Kalwa, District:Thane, Maharashtra.

Objective:

Main aim was to enhance student’s knowledge of basic concepts of HVDC system and FACTS devices and its practical aspects.

Summary of the Activity/Event: The Expert talk on “Applications of HVDC and FACTS in power system” was conducted on 24th March 2021, Wednesday from 11.00 AM to 12.30 PM for BE I and II shift students who opted this elective subject. Speaker for the talk was Mr. Santosh Kaware , Additional Executive Engineer, from State Load Dispatch Centre (SLDC) Kalwa, Maharashtra. The lecture enhanced the concept of HVDC system and FACTS devices and its practical aspects.

Outcome :

  • To apply engineering fundamentals to HVDC system and FACTs devices
  • To apply concepts and principles in completing projects.

Title of activity: Fuel Aptitude Training (A.Y. 2020-21)

Date & Day: Tuesday, 23rd March to 30th March, 2021



Venue: Online sessions through Zoom meeting (40 hours)

Session conducted by : Fuel for Nation (training Institute) team

Objective:

The objective is to give aptitude training to TE & BE Electrical engineering students for developing aptitude clearing ability. This would help the students to crack aptitude conducted for various placement activities & competitive exams.

No. of students attented :

126

POs & PSOs mapped:
PO1,2,10,12

Summary of the Activity/Event: The daily session was scheduled from 11 AM to 4 PM. On the first day trainers introduced themselves and revised the prerequisites required before beginning the aptitude training. They also conducted pre assessment and post assessment after the completion of 40 hours course. A proper syllabus was designed for imparting training to students of interested in learning aptitude skills. As developing good aptitude skills is necessary for placement as well as competitive exams, this training is very beneficial to the students.

Outcome : Students were able to grasp different concepts of aptitude & reasoning skills which will help them to study and crack the aptitude tests. Clearing the aptitude tests is a requirement in most of the companies for placement.

Awareness for GATE & other competitive exams (A.Y. 2020-21 semI)

Date & Day: Tuesday, 10th November, 2020.



Venue: Online session through Google Meet

Session conducted by : Mr. Suneel Kumar Tiwari (Faculty associated with training – MADE EASY)

Objective:

The objective is to give awareness to the students of TE & BE Electrical engineering about the importance of GATE & other competitive exams.

No. of students attented :

100

POs & PSOs mapped:
PO1,2,10,12

Summary of the Activity/Event:

  • The session stated at 12:00 pm with the introduction of the guest speaker
  • The guest speaker, Mr. Tiwari Sir started with public sector utilities and the criterion to get selected in the same. He also stressed the importance of appearing for GATE as well as other competitive exams. He guided students regarding various career choices that can be availed through these competitive exams. He also mentioned that engineers can also focus on IAS, IES and such other positions also.

Outcome : Students were able to get some information about various competitive examinations that can be considered for career planning. Also they were motivated to start preparation for public sector utilities.

"Operational excellence - Lean six sigma and its significance as A career growth engine." (A.Y. 2020-21 semI)

Date & Day: Wednesday, 23rd September, 2020.



Venue: Online session through Google Meet

Session conducted by : Mr. Harshad Vanarse & Mr. Santosh D. Awasarkar, MBB, PMP Co-founded Pursullence Global Business Solutions

Objective:

The objective is to give awareness to the students of BE Electrical engineering about the importance & expertise offered in Lean Six Sigma based consulting and services.

No. of students attented :

80

POs & PSOs mapped:
PO1,2,5,10,12

Summary of the Activity/Event:

  • The session started at 11:00 am with the introduction of the guest speaker and lasted till 1:15 pm.
  • The guest speakers, Mr. Santosh D. Awasarkar & Mr. Harshad Vanarse started with introduction regarding Quality as a very important concept in manufacturing industries. He then explained about six sigma as a quality bench mark followed by recent developments along with lean six sigma. He also explained about various career options in quality and related fields for freshers. The speakers also guided the students regarding long term planning for career with lean six sigma.

Outcome : Students were able to get insight about Quality and its benchmarks for industries which can be considered for career planning. Also the students got diversified view about taking control of their career.

Title of activity: C Language Training (A.Y. 2020-21 sem - I)

Date & Day: Tuesday, 19th August till 19th September, 2020.



Venue: Online sessions through Google Meet (60 hours)

Session conducted by : Ms. Pritam Vaidya (Trainer from SEED Infotech)

Objective:

The objective is to give training to BE Electrical engineering students regarding C language programming. This would help the interested students to pursue career in software industry.

No. of students attented :

92

POs & PSOs mapped:
PO1,2,5,10,12

Summary of the Activity/Event: The daily session was scheduled from 2pm to 4pm. On the first day trainer introduced herself and revised the prerequisites required before beginning the course. A proper syllabus was designed for imparting training to students of BE who were interested in learning programming skills. As coding is a very essential part of any software programmer job profile, hence students interested to pursue career in software were able to understand basic programming language.

Outcome : Students were able to grasp different concepts of basic C programming which will help them to study any other higher level languages for programming as well as advanced C programming.

Title of activity: LECTURE SERIES ON DIGITAL STRESS MANAGEMENT SPONSORED BY IET

Date & Day: 30/01/2021 and 1/02/2021 – Saturday and Monday



  • Venue: Online through Google Meet

Session conducted by :

  • Umesh Soman
    Chairman, Zingformation Pvt. Ltd.
  • Rohit A Bagaitkar
    Director, Zingformation Pvt. Ltd. NIESBUD certified Master Trainer
  • Dr. Monali Chopade
    Assistant Medical Officer, MCGM Art of Living Faculty
  • Asmita Vadhavkar Gupte
    Motivational Speaker Bach Flower remedy Therapist

Objective:

To study techniques to overcome stress in this pandemic situation.

Summary of the Activity/Event:
Online Digital Stress Management 2020-21 was conducted for two days on 30th January and 1st February 2021, with two sessions each day. Both the sessions were conducted on Google meet. At the starting of seession1, Dr.Mrs. N.R.Kulkarni, HOD of Electrical Department, P.E.S.MCOE introduced the importance of event in this pandemic situation. Following with her Dr.Deepak Khirsagar, Treasurer, IET, Pune local network expressed his views on the topic Following topics were covered by guest speakers in all four sessions.

  • Stress and anxiety in Digital age
  • Keys for managing stress in digital word.
  • Increasing engagement in occupation with Digitalization
  • Psychological issues of Digitalization and solutions

Outcome

  • How to overcome Stress and anxiety in the digital age: The dark side of technology
  • Increasing engagement with an occupational digital stress
  • Keys for managing stress in Digital world

Title of activity: AICTE Sponsored Two Weeks Online Faculty Development Program on “Electric Vehicle Application, Control and Smart Charging using Artificial Intelligence” Series II: "Artificial Intelligence Controller for Smart Charging of Electric Vehicle & Other Applications"

Date & Day: From Monday18/01/2021 To Monday 01/02/2021



  • Venue: Department of Electrical Engineering, PESMCOE,Pune-05

Participants : The faculty Members of AICTE approved institutions & practicing professionals from government/private organization/industries.

Conducted by: AICTE Sponsored and Organized by Department of Electrical Engineering, PES’s, Modern College of Engineering,Pune-05

Objective:

  • To introduce EV design, its sizing, materials and Control strategies
  • To enhance the experience in Electric Mobility and Dynamics & explore hands-on experience on Battery Management System and Smart Charging
  • To introduce basics of AI, Algorithm, Linear/Logistic/ AI Architecture Planning.
  • To implement AI to Power System , Electrical machine
  • To enlighten the use of AI for control strategies of EV

Summary of the Activity/Event:
In today’s era adoption of E-mobility is need for reliability, diversification of energy resources, and reduction of carbon emissions. Government of India is encouraging research and adoption of Electric Vehicles.
This online faculty development program provided a dynamic platform where participants learnt about the Electric Vehicles Design and its Challenges, Electric Vehicles in industrial perspectives, Issues and trends in EV Protection schemes, Electric Vehicle Charging infrastructures and use of Artificial intelligence in various applications. Faculty members from reputed institution like foreign universities, IITs, NITs, Govt. Colleges and Industry Experts was invited for the FDP and had delivered the sessions.

No. of Speakers: 21
Total no. of participants:- 78

Title of activity: AICTE Sponsored Two Weeks Online Faculty Development Program on “Electric Vehicle Application, Control and Smart Charging using Artificial Intelligence” Series I: Electric Vehicle Design, its Applications and Control Strategies

Date & Day: From Tuesday01/12/2020 To Monday 14/12/2020



  • Venue: Department of Electrical Engineering, PESMCOE,Pune-05

Participants : The faculty Members of AICTE approved institutions & practicing professionals from government/private organization/industries.

Conducted by: AICTE Sponsored and Organized by Department of Electrical Engineering, PES’s, Modern College of Engineering,Pune-05

Objective:

  • To introduce EV design, its sizing, materials and Control strategies
  • To enhance the experience in Electric Mobility and Dynamics & explore hands-on experience on Battery Management System and Smart Charging
  • To introduce basics of AI, Algorithm, Linear/Logistic/ AI Architecture Planning.
  • To implement AI to Power System , Electrical machine
  • To enlighten the use of AI for control strategies of EV

Summary of the Activity/Event:
In today’s era adoption of E-mobility is need for reliability, diversification of energy resources, and reduction of carbon emissions. Government of India is encouraging research and adoption of Electric Vehicles.

This online faculty development program provided a dynamic platform where participants learnt about the Electric Vehicles Design and its Challenges, Electric Vehicles in industrial perspectives, Issues and trends in EV Protection schemes, Electric Vehicle Charging infrastructures and use of Artificial intelligence in various applications. Faculty members from reputed institution like foreign universities, IITs, NITs, Govt. Colleges and Industry Experts was invited for the FDP and had delivered the sessions.

No. of Speakers:
21Total no. of participants:- 98

Title of activity: GUEST LECTURE ON PYTHON PROGRAMMING FOR NUMERICAL METHODS

Date & Day: 10/03/2020 - Wednesday



  • Venue: Online through Google Meet

Session conducted by : Mr. Atul Wadkar, Director,Algorithmic Electronics,Pune.

Objective: Main aim was to enhance student’s knowledge of Python programming and use of python programming for different numerical calculations. Another important objective was to inspire students in using recent technological programming language like Python to implement in their project.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

  • The guest lecture on Python programs for Numerical methods” was conducted on 31st August 2019, Saturday from 10.30 AM to 1.00 PM for SE I and II shift. Speaker for the lecture were Mr. Atul Wadkar, Director, Algorithmic Electronics, Pune.

    The lecture enhanced the concept of python programming in relation with applications in electrical Engineering with different numerical methods.

Outcome:

  • To apply python programming in solving different numerical methods.
  • To develop concepts of python programming.
  • To apply concepts and principles in completing projects.

Title of activity: Awareness for GATE & other competitive exams (A.Y. 2020-21 semI)

Date & Day: Tuesday, 10th November, 2020.



  • Venue: Online session through Google Meet

Session conducted by : Mr. Suneel Kumar Tiwari (Faculty associated with training – MADE EASY)

Objective: The objective is to give awareness to the students of TE & BE Electrical engineering about the importance of GATE & other competitive exams.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

  • The session stated at 12:00 pm with the introduction of the guest speaker
  • The guest speaker, Mr. Tiwari Sir started with public sector utilities and the criterion to get selected in the same. He also stressed the importance of appearing for GATE as well as other competitive exams. He guided students regarding various career choices that can be availed through these competitive exams. He also mentioned that engineers can also focus on IAS, IES and such other positions also.

Outcome:
Students were able to get some information about various competitive examinations that can be considered for career planning. Also they were motivated to start preparation for public sector utilities.

Title of activity: "Operational excellence - Lean six sigma and its significance as A career growth engine." (A.Y. 2020-21 semI)

Date & Day: Wednesday, 23rd September, 2020.



  • Venue: Online session through Google Meet

Session conducted by : Mr. Harshad Vanarse & Mr. Santosh D. Awasarkar, MBB, PMP Co-founded Pursullence Global Business Solutions

Objective: The objective is to give awareness to the students of BE Electrical engineering about the importance & expertise offered in Lean Six Sigma based consulting and services.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

  • The session started at 11:00 am with the introduction of the guest speaker and lasted till 1:15 pm.
  • The guest speakers, Mr. Santosh D. Awasarkar & Mr. Harshad Vanarse started with introduction regarding Quality as a very important concept in manufacturing industries. He then explained about six sigma as a quality bench mark followed by recent developments along with lean six sigma. He also explained about various career options in quality and related fields for freshers. The speakers also guided the students regarding long term planning for career with lean six sigma.

Outcome:
Students were able to get insight about Quality and its benchmarks for industries which can be considered for career planning. Also the students got diversified view about taking control of their career.

Title of activity: " TRAINING & PLACEMENT ORIENTATION PROGRAM " (A.Y. 2020-21 SEM I)

Date & Day: Friday, 31st July, 2020



  • Venue: Online session through Google Meet

Session conducted by : Mrs. Swati More (TPO) & department T&P coordinators.

Objective:

  • To give idea about the role of TPO in shaping the students’ career
  • To inform the students regarding various career opportunities after B.E.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

The Department arranged Career guidance and placement awareness seminar in the form of T &P orientation for students of B. E., T.E. & S.E. Electrical in separate sessions. The session began at the scheduled time by introduction of the guest speaker. Speaker Mrs. Swati More (T&P coordinator) explained regarding various career options starting from public sector to private sector and Government jobs. She also informed students about placement drives scheduled in the on-going academic year. She also explained the requirements of various recruiters and criterions for placement. She also mentioned the importance of aptitude preparation concerning logical, reasoning and mathematics skills. The department coordinators also stated the importance of soft skills as well as GD and PI preparations. Students were also motivated to grab software as well as core companies offers.

Outcome:
Students were able to gain information regarding the details of Campus placement and career prospects after graduation especially for the final year batch. diversified view about taking control of their career.

Title of activity: Technical Activity, Webinar by Mr. Dibyanshu Kumar on Electrical Machine Design Using ANSYS MotorCAD Software

Date & Day: 16/07/2020(Thursday)



  • Venue: Online through Microsoft Teams

Coordinators : Prof. S. N. Chaphekar

Objective: To understand the electrical , thermal and mechanical performance of various electrical machines like Induction motor, D.C. Motor, Alternators and synchronous motors

Summary of the Activity/Event:

According to syllabus of third year Electrical Engineering course, students have been exposed to recent softwares used in assessing the performance of rotating machines.

Outcome:
Students are able to understand
Electrical, Thermal and mechanical performance of rotating machines

Title of activity: NATIONAL LEVEL WEBINAR SERIES ON “POWER SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT – OPERATION & CONTROL”

Date & Day: 25/07/2020 & 08/07/2020 - Saturday





  • Venue: Online through Google Meet

Session conducted by : Dr. Govind. Bhagwatikar, Director Operations Sany India Ltd. & Er. S. V. Deo, Ex technical Director MSETCL

Objective:

  • To impart knowledge about power systems and its actual management involving conventional and renewable sources.
  • To make students aware of how POSOCO, Power Grid etc. function and role of load dispatch centers.

Summary of the event :

  • The department of Electrical Engineering organized National level Webinar series on “Power System Management – Operation & Control” on Saturday 25/07/2020 & 08/07/2020.
  • The session started at 12pm on 25th July by speaker Er. S. V. Deo. Sir explained various aspects of Power System Management and Solar PV. The second session started at 12pm on 8th August by Dr. G. Bhagwatikar. He explained in detail about wind integration into grid system.

Outcomes: The stu dents got information about Power Systems Management and knowledge about Solar PV & Wind integration into grid and its operation and control.

Title of activity:ONLINE QUIZ ON “MICROCONTROLLER FAMILY – MICROCONTROLLER 8051, PIC 18F SERIES AND ARDUINO.

Date & Day: 05/06/2020 to 09/06/2020



  • Venue: Through Google Quiz

Session conducted by : Mrs. M.P. Bhajekar & Mrs. S.A. Chougule

Objective:

  • To be familiar with the architecture and the instruction set of a microcontroller family.
  • To be able to revise assembly language programming.

Summary of the event :

  • The department of Electrical Engineering online quiz on microcontroller family - microcontroller 8051, PIC 18F series and Arduino from 05/06/2020 to 09/06/2020.
  • The quiz comprised of 15 questions, 5 on each type of microcontroller mentioned above.
  • The passing criterion for the quiz was 40 %. Those who qualified the passing criterion received e-certificate. Total 289 participants attempted the quiz.

Outcomes: Participants were able to recall microcontroller basics and keep them engaged during the COVID 19 lockdown.

Title of activity:A SESSION ON gurupornima (eesa ACTIVITY)

Date & Day: 06/07/2020, Monday



Session conducted by : Electrical Engineering Students Association & Rotract Club Members. [EESA]

Objective: To Retention and connection to campus to develop student involvement in learning communities, non-academic programs

Summary Report :

Guru pornima was celebrated in online mode in Electrical Department by the students of S.E.,T.E.and B.E. Students of SE,TE and BE Electrical First and second shift arranged this program. Students presented slides on Guru. HOD Dr. Mrs. N.R.Kulkarni expresses her ideas and also shared her student life experience and thank to all her staff who teach her at the time of Engineering. Also Guest Speaker Mr. Makarand Phadake express his views during his college life.Mrs. V.V.Khatavkar madam thanks to students for arranging this program in such pandemic situation. G

Outcomes: Staff and Students felt inspired. Students also got a platform to express their views.

Title of activity:A SESSION ON POSITIVITY (eesa ACTIVITY)

Date & Day: 29/06/2020 Monday

  • Venue: Online,Google Meet

Session conducted by : SE Electrical Students (No of students benefited 67)

Objective:

  • Understand the benefits of positive thinking and how negative thinking weakens and disempowers us
  • Turn around negative thoughts to make them positive and still believable
  • Explain how the conscious and subconscious mind work together

Summary Report :

Mr.Sachin Mhetre very well explained 5 key elements to remain positive. We can train our subconscious mind by practicing things at least for 21 days. Positive thinking can actually improve our overall happiness. He explained how to formulate our goals that motivate and achievable. How positive thinking helps to achieve those goals.

Outcomes: Students learn the scientific secrets to positivity and happiness

Title of activity:Technical Activity, Webinar by Dr. Yashodhan Gokhale on Electric Mobility and new technology

Date & Day: 17/06/2020(Wednesday)

  • Venue: Online through Google meet

Coordinators : Prof. S. N. Chaphekar/Prof. S.M. Mahajan

Objective:

  • To understand the fundamentals of storage devices
  • To understand the recent trends in electric vehicles

Summary Report :

Students have been exposed to recent trends in electric vehicles with storage devices used in them.

Outcomes: Students are able to understand

  • Fundamentals of storage devices
  • Recent trends in electric vehicles

Title of activity: Technical Activity, Industrial Visit at L&T Switch gear Training Centre Bhosari, Pune

Date & Day: 6/3/2020 (Friday) and 11/3/2020(Wed)



  • Venue: L&T Switch gear Training Centre 156/157, Nashik - Pune Hwy, T Block, MIDC, Bhosari, Pimpri-Chinchwad, Maharashtra 411026 Pune
  • Class: B.E.Electrical

Session conducted by: Prof. V.S Jape(I shift course cordinator), Prof.Dr.Mrs.V.V.Khatavkar (II shift course cordinator)

Objective: To Study various Switch Gear and Protection Testing kits used in power system protection

Summary of the Activity/Event:

final year Electrical Engineering students visited : L&T Switch Gear Training Centre, Bhosari , Pune to study construction ,working of various switch gear and protection equipments as per syllabus by SPPU Total number of students attended : 80

Outcomes: Students are able to

  • Understand the application of Switch Gear testing kit
  • Differentiate different types switch gear and protection equipments
  • Air circuit Breaker, C-Power ACB ,OMEGA ACB , Contactor , Control Contactor , Power contactor , Special purpose contactor , HRC Fuse ,Relay , Motor Protection Circuit Breaker . Molded Case Circuit Breaker & Miniature Circuit Breaker

Title of activity: Technical Activity, Guest lecture by Mr. Mohan Kulkarni on Recent Trends in rotating machine

Date & Day: 27/02/2020(Thursday)



  • Venue: 109D (Seminar Hall)
  • Coordinators: Prof. S. N. Chaphekar/Prof. Amruta Patki

Objective:

  • To understand the principle, construction and working of machines like Induction Motor, D. C motors .
  • To understand the recent trends in rotating machines

Summary of the Activity/Event:

According to syllabus of second year Electrical Engineering course, students have been exposed to recent trends in rotating machines like BLDC motors.

Outcomes: Students are able to understand

  • construction and working of machines like Induction Motor, D.C motors
  • Recent motors like BLDC motors

Title of activity: Overview of ISO 50001 Energy Management Systems Standard under VVM (TECHNICAL ACTIVITY)

Date & Day: Tuesday 25/2/2020



  • Venue: Seminar Hall 109A

Session conducted by: Mr.Prasad Dongarkar
Lead Auditor Vasundhara Management Systems

Objective:

  • Explain how an Energy Management System works according to the ISO 50001 Standard.
  • Propose appropriate energy efficiency initiatives.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

Mr.Dongarkar lead auditor having 15+ years of experience explained Management systems – The Plan, Do, Check, Act (PDCA) cycle; the core elements of a management system and the interrelationship between leadership and commitment, energy policy, planning, operation, performance evaluation, management review and continual improvement. Three main elements energy consumption, energy efficiency and energy performance are the key parameters of ISO 50001. To reduce costs, comply with legislation or increase your sustainability, implementing the standard provides a systematic approach to achieving all three.

Outcomes: 1. Students get awareness about ISO 50001 energy management standard.
2. Students can inculcate ethical practices with legal attribute in professional field.

Title of activity: “Peer staff lecture on “Overview of Microgrid” (TECHNICAL ACTIVITY)

Date & Day: Tuesday 20/2/2020



  • Venue: Room No 305

Session conducted by: Prof. Chaphekar

Objective: To understand the concept of micro grid.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

Peer staff lecture is arranged for BE students who opted Smart grid as elective. Prof. Chafekar pursuing PhD in the topic delivered lecture. She discussed about “Overview of Micro grids”. She mentioned details about “Importance of Energy Storage in smart micro grid” also she discussed about the basic component of micro grid, types of the micro grid, challenges and opportunities in implementation of micro grid. She highlighted the various opportunities and research challenges in DG & micro grid.

Outcomes: Student understood the micro grid and the various opportunities and research challenges in DG & micro grid.

Title of activity: Workshop on “Hybrid Electric Vehicles & Challenges for Penetration of Electric Vehicle Charging Stations into Grid” (under SPPU’s Vidyarthi Vikas Mandal)

Date & Day: Friday & Saturday 7th and 8th February, 2020


HVDC terminal station visit , 26th March 2020


HVDC terminal station visit , 26th March 2020

  • Venue: Seminar Hall, Department of Electrical Engineering.

Session conducted by: Session 1- Introduction to EV& HEV Technology Technical Trends & Directions by Mr. Hemant Padhye Director, Program and Technology (Automotive) Pro-Business Innovations, Pune
Session 2- Selection of Motors for Electric Vehicles (EVs) with Hands on Demos by Martin Farnandes, Martin-Frank Pvt. Ltd.
Session 3- Li-ion Battery packs & Management System (BMS) with Hands on Demos by Mr. Anant Bhedasgaonkar, Managing Director, Nana Industries, Pune.
Session 4- Application of Super Capacitor in Electric Vehicles with Cranking Demo on 2 Wheeler by Mr. Vilas Rabde, Secretary, Technology Transfer Association (TTA), Pune
Session 5- Hands-on/ Demonstration on Electric Vehicles and Career Opportunities by Mr. Nitin Banait, Director, Electric Vehicle Training & Workshop Academy, Pune.
Session 6- Future Connected Car Platforms & Ecosystem by Mr. Chetan Korke, Director-Business Development Solutions, Fujitsu Consulting, Pune.

Objective:

  • To enhance skill sets in Electric Vehicles and Hybrid Electric Vehicles.
  • • To highlights the role of Battery, Battery management system (BMS), Selection of motors for EVs and Application of super capacitor in EVs and Career opportunities in EV sector.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

  • The event was conducted for UG & PG Students, Research scholar, Academician & Industry Persons on 7th and 8th February, 2020 under SPPU’s VVM.
  • Information was imparted to Participants about the Role and challenges in Electric Vehicle Sector.

Outcomes:

  • Students got an idea about prospects for start-ups in EV sector.
  • Students were able to understand the concept and implementation of Electric Motors and Batteries used in Electric Vehicles.


HVDC terminal station visit , 26th March 2020


HVDC terminal station visit , 26th March 2020

Mrs. V.S. Jape & Mr. R.V. Borkar

Title of activity: HVDC terminal station visit, Padgha

Date & Day: 26th February 2020, Wednesday


HVDC terminal station visit , 26th March 2020


HVDC terminal station visit , 26th March 2020

  • Venue: HVDC terminal station, Padgha

Session conducted by: Mr. Sunil Shenava, Dy. Exec. Engineer, MSETCL, Regional training center, Padgha.

Objective:

  • To impart knowledge regarding HVDC installation and commissioning at the terminal station.
  • To increase industry connect so as to gain practical know how about the various aspects of HVDC terminal station.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

  • Following topics were covered in the session which was conducted:
  • Importance & need of HVDC transmission in MSEB network.
  • The model which is actually depicting the HVDC installation was explained
  • Outdoor visit of +&- 500kV terminal. Modes of operation, single line diagram and real time power exchange between Chandrapur and Padghe along with SCADA.

Outcomes: Students were able to gain practical knowledge about working of HVDC terminal station along with various modes of operation.

Title of activity: Guest lecture on HVDC system

Date & Day: 26th February 2020, Wednesday


HVDC guest lecture, 26th March 2020


HVDC guest lecture, 26th March 2020

  • Venue: HVDC terminal station, Padgha

Session conducted by: Mr. Prakash Choudhari Additional Executive Engineer, HVDC, Padghe

Objective: To inculcate basic knowledge of HVDC and the advantages of HVDC system along with its application.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

  • Following topics were covered in the session which was conducted:
  • Importance of HVDC system
  • Types of HVDC system
  • Principle of HVDC system
  • Application of HVDC system

Outcomes: Students were able to gain theoretical knowledge about working of HVDC terminal station along with various modes of operation and application.

Title of activity: Technical Activity, Industrial Visit at Bhimashankar Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd Pargaon Tarfe Avasari, Dattatray Nagar Taluka Ambegaon Pune - 412406

Date & Day: 18/2/2020 (Tuesday)



  • Venue: Bhimashankar Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd • Pargaon Tarfe Avasari, Dattatray Nagar Taluka Ambegaon Pune - 412406

Visit conducted by: Prof. S.D. Joshi/Prof R.V.Borkar

Objective: To understand the various Electrical drives used sugar Industries.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

According to syllabus Power electronics controlled drives course of final year Electrical Engineering students visited Bhimashankar Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd Avasari,, Ambegaon Pune to understand different electrical drives used in sugar industry.

Outcomes: Students are able to

  • Understand the application of electrical drives (VFDs) for sugar industries.
  • 2. Differentiate different types of drives.

Title of activity: Technical Activity, Industrial Visit at Bhimashankar Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd Pargaon Tarfe Avasari, Dattatray Nagar Taluka Ambegaon Pune - 412406

Date & Day: 18/2/2020 (Tuesday)



  • Venue: Bhimashankar Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd
    Pargaon Tarfe Avasari, Dattatray Nagar Taluka Ambegaon Pune - 412406

Visit conducted by: Prof. S.D. Joshi/Prof R.V.Borkar

Objective: To understand the various Electrical drives used sugar Industries.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

According to syllabus Power electronics controlled drives course of final year Electrical Engineering students visited Bhimashankar Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd Avasari,, Ambegaon Pune to understand different electrical drives used in sugar industry.

Outcomes: Students are able to

  • Understand the application of electrical drives (VFDs) for sugar industries.
  • 2. Differentiate different types of drives.

Title of activity: “Expert talk on “Human Values” (NON-TECHNICAL ACTIVITY)

Date & Day: 5/02/2020 Wednesday





  • Venue: Electrical Seminar Hall (109A), Department of Electrical Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05

Session conducted by: Prof. Ashish Mujumdar ,Associate Professor VIT,COE, Pune

Objective: To create awareness of Human Values for undergraduate students.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

• A Non-technical expert talk was organized by Department of Electrical Engineering for SE Electrical (I & II Shift).Prof. Ashish Mujumdar, Associate Professor VIT, COE, Pune an Expert faculty by AICTE delivered lecture on ‘Universal Human values’.In which he focused on value addition along with skill development amongst Students. He explained Human values like respect, acceptance, consideration, appreciation, listening, openness, affection, empathy and love towards other human beings. Total 84 students have participated in this activity.

Outcomes: Students understand know how of setting priority between skill development and value addition based on Harmony with nature.

Title of activity:EXPERT TALK ON “POWER SYSTEM TARIFF AND ELECTRICITY BILL READING”(TECHNICAL ACTIVITY)

Date & Day: Monday: 3/02/2020



  • Venue: Electrical Seminar Hall (109), Department of Electrical Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05

Session conducted by: Dr. Santosh Patani ,DyEE, Small Training Center, MSEDCL, Pune

Objective:

  • To become familiar with the power system tariff
  • To learn about different types of electricity bill and their differences

Summary of the Activity/Event:

A expert talk on “Power System Tariff and Electricity Bill Reading” was organized by Department of Electrical Engineering for SE Electrical (I & II Shift. Dr. Santosh Patani ,DyEE, from Small Training Center, MSEDCL, Pune who explained process of electricity flow from power generation to distribution. He also explained the generating capacity and load calculation done under MSEDCL. He mentioned about different types of consumers and their tariff calculations. Also explained about different consumer’s electricity bill.

Total 94 students attended this lecture.

Outcomes: Students will be able to distinguish consumers, Apply different tariff structures and compute the electricity bills.

Title of activity: Electrical Safety Awareness Technical Activity

Date & Day: Thursday 30/01/2020
Friday 31/01/2020





  • Venue: Electrical Department
Class: FE Information Technology (IInd shift)
FE Computer Engineering (IInd shift)

Session conducted by: Ms.V.V.Kaduskar

Objective: Information about the hazards while operating electrical equipment and the methods to avoid them.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

The poster making competition included aspects such as the health risks posed by improper handling of electrical equipment, the steps to mitigate these effects, the factors influencing the extent of effects faced, advanced equipment developed to prevent electrical accidents. Also a small quiz competition for one class was conducted. Students were very actively participated in poster making competition as well as quiz competition. And the winners also got selected among all the groups.

Outcomes: Students understood the potential risks due to common electrical equipment.
Students learnt to handle this equipment with due care.
Students understood Dos and Don’ts during working with the electrical equipments and while working in the electrical laboratory.

Title of activity:‘Fundamental Duties’ as part of the adoption of Constitution of India

Date & Day: 28/01/2020 Tuesday





  • Venue: Electrical Seminar Hall Room no-109A

Session conducted by: Institute social responsibility (ISR)

Objective:

  • To abide by the Constitution and respect its ideals and institutions, the National Flag and the National Anthem.
  • To uphold and protect the sovereignty, unity and integrity of India.
  • To value and preserve the rich heritage of our composite culture.
  • To safeguard public property and to abjure violence.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

This program was as an initiative under Institute social responsibility (ISR) at Department of Electrical Engineering. Following activities are to be conducted on 28th Jan 2020.
  • Administration of Pledge at department levels
  • Making Wall Magazine on Constitution of India & its various provisions.
  • Watching recorded programme from the Central Hall of Parliament to commemorate the 70th anniversary of Indian Constitution

Outcomes:

  • Students got experience duty to vote as Indian.
  • Students got ethical which helps his/her career at the time of job.
  • The students also to be a part such activity which will help in building the society into a better place to live.
  • Students have duty to help accident victims.
  • The students have duty to keep the premises clean.

Title of activity:Aptitude and soft skills-connect with work training program

Date & Day: From 13th January to 17th January 2020


Aptitude and soft skills-connect with work training 13th January to 17th January 2020


Aptitude and soft skills-connect with work training 13th January to 17th January 2020

  • Venue: MBA seminar hall, 109A, 109C & 306

Session conducted by: Fuel Institute – Mr Nishant Atal
Rubicon Institute – Trainers: Ms. Moumita Tamhankar & Ms. Shital Vaidya

Objective: The objective is to give basic training of aptitude to students in third year and give them knowledge about soft skills through connect with work program.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

  • The training for TE students started on the dates mentioned as per schedule. The trainer Mr. Nishant Atal taught some important tricks required for solving general aptitude related questions. He later also took practice tests to assess the students.
  • The trainers, Ms. Moumita Tamhankar & Ms. Shital Vaidya covered the topics of soft skills required for connecting with work program. They also covered the ethical practices from the point of view of industry requirement

Aptitude and soft skills-connect with work training 13th January to 17th January 2020

Outcomes: Students were able to get some idea about tricks for solving aptitude questions and also the soft skills which are required in the industry.

Title of activity:Motivational Talk: Engineering is Awesome for SE I& II shift

Date & Day: 16/01/2020

  • Venue: Electrical Seminar Hall (109), Department of Electrical Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05

Session conducted by: Mr.Raghvan Koli, Founder, Author, Motivational Speaker

Objective: The aim of the program is to give motivation to the student why Engineering is Awesome.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

  • Basic observations lead to the inventions.
  • Advantages of 100% Attendance and Write-ups, journals, Tests etc
  • Boost your ideas from books and academic syllabus.
  • Attitude: Read and Win
  • How to think out of the box.
For examples.
  1. Li-Fi technology which could transmit speed up to 100Gbps. The basic idea was radio waves can pass through walls, electromagnetic waves can pass through walls but light cannot pass through walls and this observation led the inventor to work on the LiFi idea.
  2. The revolutionary design of the bike.
The design of bike is so similar to a human being like human has a heart bike has engine, human has eyes bike has headlights, human has legs bike has wheels, human can cry out loud bike has horn etc. and many more…

Outcomes: Students are able to fulfill industrial need, communicate effectively at different levels by attending this activity. This activity improves technical expertise to tackle today’s global challenges that may be advantageous for your lifelong learning

Title of activity:Orientation program for SE I& II shift

Date & Day: 10/01/2020

  • Venue: Electrical Seminar Hall (109), Department of Electrical Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05

Session conducted by: Dr. Prof Mrs. N. R. Kulkarni

Objective: The aim of the program is to give an insight aboutInstitute, course outcome, program objectives, Academic PlannerExam pattern, Mentor Mentee, Students Association,Socio-technical events.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

The program was attended by second year staff members and SE I&II Shift students. The Head of Department, departmental academic monitoring co-coordinator Prof. Mrs. V. V. Khatavkar and Prof. Dr. Mrs. H. H. Kulkarni had discussed academic planner with the students. Project coordinators Dr. Mrs. H. H. Kulkarni has given idea related to selection of project topics and planner to be followed throughout the year . Prof. M. P. Bhajekar & Mr. H.R.Shirke guided students about placement activities. Mrs. Namita Waikar has explained about all skill development programs offered by electrical engineering department like Audit Course, Spoken Tutorial, NPTEL.

Outcomes: Student got awareness about the Institute, Department and various activities, Course outcomes, exam pattern and academic activities carried out by the department.

Title of activity:Syntel Project training outline – for all domains by Global Talent Track(GTT)

Date & Day: From 17th December to 31st December 2019

  • Venue: 109A & 109B

Session conducted by: Syntel CSR initiative & Global Talent Track (GTT)

Objective: The objective is to train the youth from economically disadvantaged background (family income less than 3 lac PA) and provide them with technical skills and support to access the employment opportunities

Summary of the Activity/Event:

  • Following topics were covered in the session which was conducted:
  • • Help Desk & Ticketing Tools, Fundamentals of Hardware, O/s and Application S/w Installation Configuration and Troubleshooting, Outlook, Fundamentals of Networking, O/s and Application S/w Installation Configuration and Troubleshooting: Linux, Cloud, CEO Circle - Understanding you, Business Etiquette, Interview Types & skills, Mock Interviews.
  • • Details of the same is attached as a separate sheet.

Outcomes: Students were able to gain confidence for appearing for interview and also they are equipped with technical skills so as to increase their chances of getting placed.

Title of activity: “ Rigorous discrete time linearization of periodically switched circuits with respect to duty cycle perturbations” (TECHNICAL ACTIVITY)

Date & Day: Friday 27/12/2019

  • Venue: Electrical Seminar Hall (109), Department of Electrical Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05

Session conducted by: Prof Dr.Virendra Sule, Department of Electrical Engineering IIT Bombay, Powai Mumbai 400 076, India

Objective:

  • To learn problem of deriving a linear model of dynamics of periodically switched circuit’s w.r.t. small perturbations in duty cycle (or switching instances) as external control inputs.
  • To understand Rigorous discrete time applicable for multiple independently switched circuits.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

A technical special talk was organized by Department of Electrical Engineering for TE/BE Electrical (I & II Shift).Prof Dr. Virendra Sule, Department of Electrical Engineering IIT Bombay, Powai Mumbai was an expert who explained the significance of Rigorous discrete time linearization of periodically switched circuits with respect to duty cycle perturbations. He also explained problem of deriving a linear model of dynamics of periodically switched circuit’s w.r.t. small perturbations in duty cycle (or switching instances) as external control inputs. Students and Staff were benefited by the valuable guidance given by Sir. Total 40 students have participated in this special talk activity.

Outcomes: Students understood

  • Basic concepts of control system applicable to Network Circuits.
  • Implementation of periodically switched circuits with respect to duty cycle perturbations

Title of activity: INDUSTRIAL VISIT TO WIND FARM

Date & Day: 11/10/2019, Friday

  • Venue: Supa Wind farm

Session conducted by: Mr.Chandrakant Durgunde, Site Incharge

Objective: To help students get Knowledge of Wind Generation

Summary of the Activity/Event:

Electrical Engineering Department had organized one day Educational visit to Wind Power Plant at Supa , Ahemadnagar on 11th October 2019 for second year students.

The basic purpose of this visit was to provide the exposure to the student’s for basic and practical knowledge on generation of electricity by wind energy. This visit was started at 11 am with more than 3 hrs seminar on electricity generation by wind power followed by site visit.

About 100 second year students, 2 TA and 2 faculty members were benefited from this industrial visit as they got a hance to interact with the officials at the generating plant and understand the process thoroughly.

We have seen the Modern Automatic control panel/mechanism through SCADA software, transformers, 57 Wind mill towers, Rotor Sub Distribution Boxes.

Outcomes: This visit enabled students to integrate their theoretical knowledge with practical application.

Title of activity: Technical Activity, Industrial Visit at CG Power and Industrial Solutions Ltd, LT motors division in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra

Date & Day: 10/10/2019 (Thursday)and 11/10/2019 (Friday)

  • Venue: CG Power and Industrial Solutions Ltd, LT motors division in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra

Visit conducted by: Prof.S.N.Chaphekar/Prof.Shreyas Khechkar
Prof. S.D. Joshi/Prof P.S. Jadhav / Prof.H.R.Shrike

Objective: To understand the maintenance and Testing of major electrical equipments like Induction Motor, D.C /AC Generator .

To understand the Construction and design of Induction Motor, D.C /AC Generator.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

According to syllabus of third year Electrical Engineering course, based on actual field visit, students visited CG Power and Industrial Solutions Ltd, LT motors division in Ahmednagar, Maharashtra

Outcomes: Students are able to understand

  • The maintenance and Testing of major electrical equipments like Induction Motor, D.C /AC Generator and
  • Manufacturing process of induction motor and supervision for safe working and quality of the motors, D.C /AC Generator.

Title of activity: A SESSION ON QUALITY & PROJECT MANAGEMENT

Date & Day: 9/10/2019, Wednesday


Quality & Project management - 09/10/19


Quality & Project management - 09/10/19

  • Venue: Electrical Engineering Department Seminar Hall, 109

Session conducted by: Mr. Dilip Paranjpye
(organized by RC Electrical MCOE Metro & Departmental T&P)

Objective:

  • To impart knowledge regarding quality standards used in industries
  • To give information about project management to students
  • To understand importance of minimizing customer complaints through good quality standards

Summary of the Activity/Event:

This program was as an initiative from the T&P of Department of Electrical Engineering & RC Electrical MCOE Metro in bringing forth a very good initiative for giving information to students regarding quality standards used in the industry.

The students along with the parent Rotary club of Pune Metro had a detailed idea about project management right from projecting an idea to implementing it along with the finances involved.

Outcomes:

  • Students got information about customer complaint types and standards used by various industries.
  • Students were able to grasp the concept of project management to bring it to implementation stage.

Title of activity: A SESSION ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP SKILL ENHANCEMENT

Date & Day: 5/10/2019, Saturday


Entrepreneurship enhancement - 09/10/19


Entrepreneurship enhancement - 09/10/19

  • Venue: Department of Electrical Engineering seminar hall, 109

Session conducted by: Mr. Datta Deshpande
Chairman (Pratham Technologies Pvt. Ltd.) (organized by RC Electrical MCOE Metro & Departmental T&P)

Objective:

  • Due inculcate curiosity among students for being self-employed.
  • To give information about entrepreneurship for industry based requirement.
  • To encourage students to consider being an entrepreneur as a career alternative.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

This program was as an initiative from the T&P of Department of Electrical Engineering & RC Electrical MCOE Metro in bringing forth a very good session for giving information to students regarding various aspects involved in entrepreneurship.

The students along with the parent Rotary club of Pune Metro had a detailed idea about financial management, motivation, risk taking and other life skills required to be an entrepreneur.

Outcomes:

  • Students got information about different aspects of entrepreneurship and how to achive the desired goal.
  • Students also realized that being an entrepreneur can also be a career path.

Title of activity:INDUSTRIAL VISIT OF S.E.(ELECTRICAL) CALIBRATION SERVICES MITCON E-SCHOOL PUNE05 (TECHNICAL ACTIVITY)

Date & Day: 30/09/2019 to 01/10/2019


SE Electrical –I Shift


SE Electrical –II Shift

  • Venue: Calibration Services, MITCON E-school Pune05

Objective: To impart the knowledge, concept, procedure and importance of Calibration of Meters

Summary of the Activity/Event:

The students of SE Electrical 2nd shift has Educational visited to Calibration Services MITCON E-school Pune05 dated on 30/09/2019 to 01/10/2019 over time there is a tendency for results and accuracy to ‘drift’. To be confident in the results being measured there is an ongoing need to service and maintain the calibration of equipment throughout its lifetime for reliable, accurate and repeatable measurements. The goal of calibration is to minimize any measurement uncertainty by ensuring the accuracy of test equipment.

Calibration of measuring equipment or working standard enables the user to take note of the deviations and errors from the nominal values so that corrections (adjustments) can be made to minimize the errors during measurement. A well-calibrated instrument provides the confidence to the user. Calibration quantifies and controls errors or uncertainties within measurement processes to an acceptable level in Calibration Report.

The calibration procedures of various AC and DC electrical instruments have been carried out by Mr. Kulkarni and team. Students also saw some mechanical instruments calibration kit used for Pressure, temperature and level. Students got the knowledge about the vibration testing, electromechanical testing and importance of testing and calibration in this visit.

Outcomes: Students are being able to understand concept of Calibration of Meters.

Title of activity: WORKSHOP ON TESTING & MEASUREMENT OF ELECTRICAL MEASURING INSTRUMENTS (TECHNICAL ACTIVITY)

Date & Day: 22/09/2018, Saturday

  • Venue: Seminar Hall, Department of Electrical Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05

Session conducted by: Mr. Pranit Bhaskarwar, Area Sales Manager, Rishabh Instruments Pvt. Ltd.

Objective: To develop knowledge related to testing and measurement of Electrical measuring instruments for SE students.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

Workshop was conducted in two parts. In first part Mr Pranit Bhaskarwar and his team presented presentation on different types of meters like clamp meter, multimeter etc. which are used for testing in Industries. Mr. Desai explained the instruments from their industries having compact, handy features offering large range, count, reliability, ruggedness for testing in automation systems. In the second part hands on practice was given to each student consisting insulation testing of the cables, Megger, clamp meter for current measurements on a live conductor without circuit interruption etc.

Outcomes: Students got the idea of how testing and measurement is done in industries.

Title of activity:A SESSION ON FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT

Date & Day: 21/9/2019, Wednesday


Quality & Project management - 09/10/19


Quality & Project management - 09/10/19

  • Venue: lecture hall, 306

Session conducted by: Rotarian Madhavi Kulkarni - CA
(organized by RC Electrical MCOE Metro & Departmental T&P)

Objective:

  • To impart knowledge regarding financial management as a life skill.
  • To give information about various financial goals and costing of any product based industry.
  • To impart knowledge on how to consider profit maximization

Summary of the Activity/Event:

This program was as an initiative from the T&P of Department of Electrical Engineering & RC Electrical MCOE Metro in bringing forth a very good session for giving information to students regarding financial management to achieve personal and industrial growth.

The students along with the parent Rotary club of Pune Metro had a detailed idea about financial management required to maximize profits, minimize losses and build assests.

Outcomes:

  • Students got information about financial management required for handling any professional goal
  • Students understood the importance of finances for a sustainable life both personal and professional.

Title of activity: GUEST LECTURE ON “INTERRUPT PROGRAMMING & INTERFACING OF PIC MICROCONTROLLER”

Date & Day: 31/08/2019, Saturday

  • Venue: Electrical Department Room no-306

Session conducted by: Mr. Vinit Trinagarwar, Embedded software Engineer, Visteon Technical & Service Center, Pune.

Objective: Main aim was to enhance student’s knowledge of microcontroller and use of different microcontrollers in industrial automation. Another important objective was to inspire students in using recent technological devices to implement their project ideas.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

The guest lecture on “Interrupt Programming & Interfacing of PIC Microcontroller” was conducted on 31st August 2019, Saturday from 11.00 AM to 1.00 PM for TE I and II shift. Speaker for the lecture were Mr. Vinit Trinagarwar (Embedded software Engineer) from Visteon Technical & Service Center, pune. The lecture enhanced the concept of core relation of Microcontroller’s application in electrical Engineering. Mr. Vinit Trinagarwar also elaborated the current advances in Integrated circuit board, software stack, and ISR execution path.

Outcomes:

  • To apply engineering fundamentals to core relation of Microcontroller and Embedded system
  • To develop Innovative ideas.
  • To apply concepts and principles in completing projects.

Title of activity:GROUP DISCUSSION & PERSONAL INTERVIEW OVERVIEW FOR T.E. ELECTRICAL

Date & Day: 29/8/2019


GD & PI overview: 29/8/2019


GD & PI overview: 29/8/2019

  • Venue: lecture hall 308

Session conducted by: Mr. Ghansham Lohakare

Objective:

  • To give overview regarding group discussions as important criterion for campus recruitment.
  • To impart awareness among T.E. students for traits to be followed for personal interview.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

  • The students were given guidance on the methods to be followed during group discussions. They were guided on making important points and putting their views forward.
  • The guest speaker also explained about the grooming to be followed for personal interview. He also explained about essential qualities required to shine out during interview.

Outcomes: Students were able to understand the importance of group discussion and skills required to crack interview during placement.

Title of activity:APTITUDE TRAINING SESSION ( 60HOURS) FOR B.E. ELECTRICAL

Date & Day: From 9th July to 27th July 2019


Aptitude training session from 9th July to 27th July 2019


Aptitude training session from 9th July to 27th July 2019

  • Venue: lecture hall 206

Session conducted by: Ms. Gunjan Khule - FACE ACADEMY & Mr. Vikrant

Objective:

  • Creating platform for students to improve their basic & applied mathematics.
  • To create awareness regarding importance of aptitude training for students for competitive exams.
  • To improve the skills of students of quick calculations for reasoning, logical, verbal etc.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

  • Aptitude training session of 12 days (60 hours) was arranged for students of B. E. Electrical.
  • The session began at the scheduled time by introduction of the Tutor, Ms. Gunjan Khule & Mr. Vikrant started the session with basic mathematics problem solving required for aptitude questions.
  • They taught students different aptitude questions covering various areas viz reasoning, logic, algebra etc.
  • Sufficient problem solving practice was given to students to improve their basic concepts and increase calculation speed.

Outcomes: Students were able to gain confidence for solving questions that appear in general aptitude test for competitive examinations and placements also.

Title of activity: VISIT TO DIESEL PLANT IN MECHANICAL DEPARTMENT

Date & Day: Tuesday 19.07.2019

  • Venue: Mechanical Department

Objective:

  • Be aware of the principle of operation, components, layout, environmental and social issues of diesel plant.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

The purpose of the visit was to gain practical knowledge for the Second Year students about the diesel plant available in Mechanical department. Prof. Kapdanis of Mechanical Engineering Dept. explained to the students, the various components of the diesel engine plant like fuel system, starting system, lubricating system, exhaust system, cooling water system. He very well relates vehicle system with the working of diesel engine for better understanding of system. He also focused on environmental issues caused by diesel power plants.

Outcomes:

  • The visit was really helpful to enhance the understanding of the students about the technology and working of a diesel operated power plant

Title of activity: Is your voltage selection criteria for motors and drive system the most optimal?

Date & Day: Tuesday 16/07/2019

Webinar by ABB India ltd .16/07/19

Webinar by ABB India ltd .16/07/19

  • Venue: Electrical Department Seminar Hall, Room no 306

Session conducted by: Abhijeet Somani, Rahul Gosain(ABB India ltd)

Objective:

  • To give the brief information about selection of motors and drives with emphasis on voltage level selection
  • To make students aware about total system cost for these motors with VFD drives

Summary of the Activity/Event:

The Department arranged webinar regarding the most optimal voltage selection criteria for motors and drive system for students of T. E. Electrical.

The session began at the scheduled time. Abhijeet Somani explained regarding important criteria for deciding the selection of motors. He informed about required voltage levels and power electronics for various industries. Rahul Gosain gave idea about total costing of motors using VFD drives for various manufacturers.

Outcomes: Students got exposure to the industrial scenario of the selection of the motors for various applications.

Title of activity: GURUPOURNIMA

Date & Day: Tuesday 16.07.2019

  • Venue: Electrical Seminar Hall

Objective:

  • To Retention and connection to campus to develop student involvement in learning communities, non-academic programs.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

Gurupornima was celebrated in Electrical seminar hall. Students of SE,TE Electrical First and second shift arranged this program. Chief Guest Dr.Shirisha Dabiru addressed the students on the importance of 'Gurus' in a student’s life through presentation. Also at the end of the program, meditation is done by Students and Staff.

Outcomes:

  • Staff and Students felt inspired.
  • Students also got a platform to express their ideas. Students motivated to do meditation.

Title of activity: BE PROJECT ORIENTATION

Date & Day: Tuesday 2.7.2019

  • Venue: Electrical Engineering Department

Session conducted by: Dr.H.H.Kulkarni Mrs.S.D.Joshi

Objective:

  • To provide orientation about selecting Project Topic, Industry exposure and execution of project.
  • To motivate students for carrying need based industry oriented quality project in the field of electrical engineering.
  • To explore the writing skills for literature survey and paper writing in reputed Journals.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

Project Orientation lecture has been conducted for final year BE students of both the shifts. Following points were discussed in details.

  • Project Domains
  • Standard Operating Procedure
  • Planner
  • Project Progress Booklet
  • Rubrics for project exam evaluation
  • Project exhibition, competition and achievements.

Outcomes: students will be able to Student will be able to successfully complete their final year project.

Title of activity: : “KNOWLEDGE AND MEDITATION ”ON INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY (NON-TECHNICAL ACTIVITY)

Date & Day: Thursday: 21/06/19

  • Venue: Electrical Seminar Hall (109), Department of Electrical Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05

Session conducted by: Miss. Ritu and Mrs.Anuja (Art of Living faculty,Pune)

Objective:

  • To celebrate International Yoga Day.
  • To promote health benefits of yoga and meditation.
  • To spread Knowledge of Yoga.
  • To bring awareness about Yoga among students

Summary of the Activity/Event:

The students and staff of Department of Electrical Engineering happily celebrated International Yoga day along with the instructors of Art of living on Thursday 21/6/2019 in Electrical Seminar hall.

The session started with introduction to yoga, its different types and benefits of each. The three classical types of yoga mentioned in Hindu philosophies are Jñāna yoga (path of self-realization), karma yoga (path of action) and bhakti yoga (path of loving devotion).

Outcomes: During the Yoga Session:

Participants learned how to keep mind clam and body energetic using:

  • Breathing techniques and Yoga
  • Meditation

Title of activity:IN HOUSE INTERNSHIP – Solar PV Design and installation for T.E. ELECTRICAL

Date & Day: From 3rd June 2019 to 15th June 2019


Aptitude training session from 9th July to 27th July 2019


Aptitude training session from 9th July to 27th July 2019

  • Venue: Electrical department seminar hall (109) and field visits

Session conducted by: Mr. Anil Garde – MD Orion Renewable Energy LLP

Objective:

  • To encourage students for entrepreneurship using solar PV design and installation studies
  • To give hands on regarding solar PV design for actual implementation.
  • To encourage students for group activity by going for various field visits.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

  • Two weeks internship (Solar PV Design and installation) was arranged by department of Electrical Engineering dated 3rd June 2019 to 15th June 2019 in association with Orion Renewable Energy LLP.
  • Sessions are conducted by Mr. Anil Garde (IIT Powai alumni and MD - Orion Renewable Energy LLP)
  • Internship program included theory and practical sessions and field visits during the above mentioned duration.

Outcomes: Students learned various concepts for designing solar PV. They also understood installations and maintenance for the same.

Title of activity: A session for awareness regarding internships by internshala

Date & Day : Thursday, 24/01/2019

A session awareness regarding internships by Internshala, 24/1/2019 A session awareness regarding internships by Internshala, 24/1/2019

  • Venue: E & TC Department seminar hall

Session conducted by : Student representive (Anuj Mishra) for Internshalla

Objective:

  • To give information about importance of Internship during the course.
  • To inform about Internshala and its summer and winter industrial trainings.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

  • Training & placement tem arranged informative session for students of S. E. Electrical regarding importance of experiential learning through internships offered by Internshala and other sources also.
  • The session began at the scheduled time by introduction of Internshala and activities done under the same. Student representative of P.E.S. M.C.O.E. gave information regarding different types of industrial trainings in the form of internships which will help the students to increase their practical knowledge.

Outcome :

  • Students got awareness regarding the T & P cell’s initiatives to meet the industrial requirements through various internships through Internshala and other means of undertaking internship during the course.

Date & Day : 23/1/2019, Wednesday

Career guidance - Higher studies 23/1/2019
Career guidance - Higher studies 23/1/2019
  • Venue: Electrical Engineering Department

Speaker : Alumni Aneesh Shetye – 2013 pass out

Objectives:

  • To create a quest among students for higher studies.
  • To provide information regarding the ways to apply and method of studies abroad.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

  • The lecture started as per schedule by Alumni Anish Shete of 2013 pass out batch.
  • He explained in detail about various universities and procedure of applying for MS in United States.
  • He also mentioned about various scholarships and living standards at different places.

Outcomes:

  • Students got awareness regarding MS abroad and the procedures to be followed for applying.
  • Students also got motivation for studies abroad.

Coordinators:

Mrs. M.P. Bhajekar/Mr. H.R. Shirke

Title of activity: A session for awareness about preparation for GATE and other pSU exams

Date & Day : Saturday 21/01/2019

Awareness about GATE and other PSU exams, 21/01/2019
  • Venue: Electrical Department seminar hall

Session conducted by: Dr. Vamsikrishna

Objective:

  • To give information about various entrance examinations required for PSUs.
  • To develop interest among students for preparation of general aptitude and general knowledge

Summary of the Activity/Event:

Training & placement tem arranged informative session regarding various entrance examinations and in detail preparation method for cracking GATE for students of T. E. Electrical.

The session began at the scheduled time by introduction of the guest speaker Dr. Vamsikrishna from Hyderabad. He explained regarding importance of aptitude training and methods to solve the questions that appear in various examinations. He expecially focused on GATE preparation which is the gateway for many PSUs.

Outcome :

  • Students got awareness regarding GATE examination.
  • Students also learnt basic skills to solve aptitude related problems.

Title of activity: A session on skills required for cracking aptitude

Date & Day : Saturday 23/02/2019



  • Venue: Electrical Department classroom 206

Session conducted by : Mr. Ghanasham Lokare

Objective:

  • To give information about simple steps to crack aptitude required for various PSUs.
  • To make students develop interest for aptitude training.

Summary of the Activity/Event:

Training & placement tem arranged informative session regarding preparation for cracking the aptitude for students of T. E. Electrical.

The session began at the scheduled time by introduction of the guest speaker. Speaker Mr. Ghanasham Lokare

explained regarding importance of aptitude training and methods to solve the questions that appear in various examinations.

Outcome :

  • Students got awareness regarding aptitude skills.
  • Students were able to develop interest in solving problems based on general aptitude.

Title of activity: Hands on training workshop on ‘ETAP software’

Date & Day : 21st and 22nd February 2019



  • Venue: Electrical Department Computer Lab

Session conducted by : Mr. Yaseer Sayyad

Objective:

  • To get introduced with simulation software used in Industries.
  • To educate students with the latest technology for the design, modeling, and analysis of electrical power systems

Summary of the Activity/Event:

Department of Electrical Engineering organized a two days hands on training workshop on ETAP software for final year students. Total 35 students attended workshop. Mr.Yaseer from ETAP Automation were the resource and conducted this workshop to help the participant get exposure to practical aspects of engineering simulation software. Their highly enthusiastic and committed efforts enabled the participant understand through simulation how the products in power system will operate in the real world. It covered major fields of application such as Transient stability, SC analysis, Load flow, Harmonic analysis and relay coordination.

Outcome :

  • Students are able to use the latest technology for the design, modeling, and analysis of electrical power systems.

TITLE OF THE ACTIVITY: gUEST LECTURE ON VECTOR CONTROL OF THREE PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR DRIVES (TECHNICAL ACTIVITY)

Date & Day: 12/02/2019 TUESDAY

Venue: Seminar room , Department of Electrical Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05

Session conducted by Dr. D. S. More W.C.E. Sangli

Objective:

  • To understand Vector Control of three phase induction motor drives

Summary of the Activity/Event:

Introduction to scalar control of induction motor and its required converter/ inverter required for speed control was discussed . Concept of vector control was thoroughly discussed and its related points such as reference frame transformations, mathematical model of Induction motor , Unit vector generation, rotor flux oriented direct vector control were delivered by guest speaker. In addition ,he also discussed about direct torque control of three phase induction motor drives At the end, speaker concluded the session with advantages of vector control such as it provides better dynamic response and Vector control IM drive is substitute to high performance DC drive.

Outcome:

  • students understood about vector control of three phase induction motor drives

TITLE OF THE ACTIVITY: GUEST LECTURE ON VECTOR CONTROL OF THREE PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR DRIVES (TECHNICAL ACTIVITY)

Date & Day: 12/02/2019 TUESDAY

Venue: Seminar room , Department of Electrical Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05

Session conducted by Dr. D. S. More W.C.E. Sangli

Objective:

  • To understand Vector Control of three phase induction motor drives

Summary of the Activity/Event:

Introduction to scalar control of induction motor and its required converter/ inverter required for speed control was discussed . Concept of vector control was thoroughly discussed and its related points such as reference frame transformations, mathematical model of Induction motor , Unit vector generation, rotor flux oriented direct vector control were delivered by guest speaker. In addition ,he also discussed about direct torque control of three phase induction motor drives At the end, speaker concluded the session with advantages of vector control such as it provides better dynamic response and Vector control IM drive is substitute to high performance DC drive.

Outcome:

  • students understood about vector control of three phase induction motor drives

INDUSTRIAL VISIT OF T.E.(ELECTRICAL) AT HVDC SUBSTATION PHADGE MUMBAI (TECHNICAL ACTIVITY)
Date & Day: 06.02.2019 & 07.02.2019
Venue: Industrial Visit at HVDC Padghe Substation MAHATRANSCO 500KV unit, 1500 MW
Objective:
  • To deal with the importance of HVDC Transmission and HVDC Converters.
  • To deal with power conversion between AC to DC and DC to AC.
  • To deal with firing angle of HVDC System.
  • To deal with Reactive power control of HVDC system.
  • To deal with Power factor improvement of HVDC system.
  • To deal with the protection of HVDC system


Summary of the Activity/Event:
Due to increased energy consumption, the generation and transmission of the electrical energy is to be increased to meet the never ending demand. Due to this demand for huge amount of electrical energy, the transmission of energy at high voltages is being carried out. With DC asynchronous operation is possible and bulk amount of power can be transmitted HVDC substation includes indoor and outdoor components.
Outcomes:
  • Students will be able to understand the importance of Transmission power through HVDC
  • Students will be able to calculate power conversion between AC to DC and DC to AC.
  • Students will be able to understand 6 pulse, 12 pulse circuit, firing angle control and control of reactive power through HVDC.
  • Students will be able to understand power flow analysis in HVDC link and protection of HVDC
GUEST LECTURE ON EHV TRANSMISSION
Date & Day: 01.02.2019 Friday
Venue: Electrical Seminar Hall
Objective: Solve problems involving modeling, design and performance evaluation of HVDC and EHVAC power transmission lines.

Summary of the Activity/Event:
Guest lecture is given by Dr. Bakre from MSEDCL, Mumbai. He has given the Presentation on EHV transmission Line. He also covered problems involving modeling, design and performance evaluation of EHVAC power transmission lines. He shared his hand out by sharing the different aspects in Role of EHV-AC transmission, standard transmission voltages, average values of line parameters, power handling capacity and line losses, phenomenon of corona, disruptive critical voltages, visual critical voltages, corona loss, factors and conditions affecting corona loss, radio and television interference, reduction of interference.
Outcomes:
  • To understand the importance of EHVAC Transmission and its necessity.
  • To analyze power handling capacity of the line
  • To elaborate the concept of Corona and it effects.
  • To understand the concept of radio and television interference.
CAREER GUIDANCE – STUDIES ABROAD
Date & Day: 23/1/2019, Wednesday
Venue: Electrical Engineering Department
Speaker: Alumni Aneesh Shetye – 2013 pass out
Objective:
  • To create a quest among students for higher studies.
  • To provide information regarding the ways to apply and method of studies abroad.


Summary of the Activity/Event:
  • The lecture started as per schedule by Alumni Anish Shete of 2013 pass out batch.
  • He explained in detail about various universities and procedure of applying for MS in United States.
  • He also mentioned about various scholarships and living standards at different places.
Outcomes:
  • Students got awareness regarding MS abroad and the procedures to be followed for applying.
  • Students also got motivation for studies abroad.
Coordinators:
Mrs. M.P. Bhajekar/Mr. H.R. Shirke
FAST LEARNER ACTIVITY IN ASSOCIATION WITH ALUMNI ENTREPRENEUR
Date & Day: Friday 12th Oct.2018
Venue: Electrical Engineering Department
Mini Projects Guided & Organised by: Dr.H.H.Kulkarni & Mr. Sandeep Bapat(Feedback Control Systems)
Objective:
  • To implement three basic projects in association with Feedback Control Systems from Fast learners identified in Renewable subject of BE Electrical.
  • Projects are:1.Solar lantern
    2.India Map with potential of Renewable energy sources
    3. Experimental kit.


Summary of the Activity/Event:
The event is conducted in Association with Feedback control Systems managed by our Alumni entrepreneur. Fast learner students are identified for the subject of Renewable Energy System of BE Electrical. Students had developed the above mentioned mini projects. The projects are successfully tested and will be used for display purpose or in the laboratory.
Outcomes:
students have implemented successfully above mentioned mini projects.
Technical Activity, Industrial Visit at 400KV Substation (Ph-II) , Lonikand, Pune
Date & Day: 09/10/2018, Tuesday
Venue: 400 kV Substation (phase-II), Lonikand, Pune
Visit conducted by: Prof. V.S. Jape, Prof S. G. Kechkar
Objective: To understand the design, operation and maintenance of major electrical equipment used in substation with its single line diagram.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
According to syllabus of third year Electrical Engineering course, based on actual field visit, students visited 400 KV Substation at Lonikand.
Outcomes:
Students can demonstrate operation and maintenance of major electrical equipment used in substation. Students can compare various types of substation.
Co-curricular Activity, Thermography and Hot Line Maintenance
Date & Day: 06/10/2018, Saturday
Venue: 208 Classroom, PES’s MCOE Pune
Visit conducted by: Mr. Sunil Atkale,
Deputy Executive Engineer, MSETCL.
Objective: To understand the Troubleshooting, condition monitoring and maintenance of various electrical equipment using Thermograph images and Hot line maintenance guidelines.

Summary of the Activity/Event:
Guest lecture was given to students with the help of thermal imager. Students can demonstrate various application of thermal imager like Electrical distribution system, Power circuit of electric devices, Cooling efficiency of radiator fins of power transformer, Level detection, Fluid flow investigation, Efficiency of insulation or refectory system etc.
Outcomes:
Students can understand the troubleshooting, condition monitoring and maintenance of various electrical equipment
Technical Activity, Industrial Visit at Silverline Electricals.
Date & Day: 05/10/2018, Friday
Venue: Silverline Electricals, Sanaswadi, Tal. - Shirur, Dist.-Pune
Visit conducted by: Prof. V.S. Jape, Prof S. G. Kechkar
Objective: To understand and analyze Condition monitoring, maintenance, Troubleshooting and testing methods of transformer.

Summary of the Activity/Event:
According to syllabus of third year Electrical Engineering course, students have to visit repair workshop to get the knowledge of troubleshooting of transformer/ electrical machines.
Outcomes:
Students understand the manufacturing process of distribution transformers and testing.
Workshop on “Introduction to Eagle Software for PCB Designing”
Date & Day: Wednesday, 3/10/2018
Venue: Room No. 208 and Computer Lab.(109 and 118)
Session conducted by : Mr. Shashikant Deodhar and Kaushik Kishore (Locus Electronics)
Objective:
  • To introduce new software
  • Develop interest amongst students about Eagle software for PCB design.
  • To introduce process of manufacturing of PCB’s.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
The session was conducted from 11:00 am to 6.00 pm. This workshop was helpful for students in highlighting the basic of EAGLE software for designing of PCB. The session started with the introduction of types of PCB and how the PCB is manufactured. Then they started with design procedure of PCB and how a PCB layout can be obtained by EAGLE software. EAGLE Library was introduced to the student how to select physical parameters with the size and specification. The designing of PCB began hands-on training with voltage regulator example for mounting of components and their connection. They also presented the board view and the procedure to trace the paths. Students got the information about designing and practical implementation of these circuits. They got knowledge regarding selection of components, implementation and the PCB layout.
Outcomes:
Students were able to apply the basic knowledge EAGLE software for designing of PCB.
GUEST LECTURE FOR THE SUBJECT PLC & SCADA
Date & Day: Tuesday 25.9.2018
Venue: Electrical Seminar Hall
Session conducted by : Dr. S.M. Bakre
Objective:
  • To increase the practical knowhow about the substation automation and Energy Control.
  • To impart knowledge about the role of PLC & SCADA in Energy control related to substation.


Summary of the Activity/Event:
The event was conducted for BE Electrical class of both the shifts on Monday 25.9.2018 during 9:00am to 10.00 am. Following topics are discussed in detail:
1. Energy Control- practical aspect
2. Implementation at substation
Outcomes:
Students got an idea about role of SCADA in Energy Control

Title of activity: Guest Lecture by Mr. Amol Dhasade, Kirloskar Pneumatics, Pune.

Date & Day: Saturday, 01/09/2018

Guest Lecture by Mr. Amol Dhasade

Guest Lecture by Mr. Amol Dhasade

  • Venue: Electrical Department Seminar Hall

Session conducted by: Ms.P.S.Jadhav ,Mr. D.D.Deshpande

Objective: To develop interest amongst students in field of Nano technology & its applications

Summary of the Activity/Event:

Nanotechnology refers to technologies that operate at the nanometer level (one billionth of a

meter). Nanotechnology is a growing scientific field with applications in many different areas,

including in electrical. He explained various applications of nano structures in various fields like electrical, medical etc.

This event was sponsored by IEI, Student Chapter of Electrical Department, MCOE.

Outcome: Students are taking interest in nanotechnology topics.

Guest lecture on "DESIGN OF SOLAR PV SYSTEMS"
Date & Day: 1/9/2018, Saturday
Venue: Seminar Hall, Electrical Department,MCOE, Pune-05
Session conducted by: Mr. Anil Garde
Objective:
  • Engineering Knowledge in the field of Solar Energy Systems
  • Sustainable Energy resource and solve environmental issues.
  • Solutions to Solar System Designing problems
  • Skillset in Project development and address engineering and societal issues.


Summary of the Activity/Event:
Students also got to know about basics of solar energy, its advantages-disadvantages etc. as well as about solar panels. Students understood the structure of solar panels, its stepwise designing etc. from this lecture. Solar panels are made from modules, modules are made from solar cells. And by arranging the solar panels in series or parallel condition to form a solar array. Battery, inverter, charge controller etc. are the main components of the system. Designing process mainly contain 10 steps namely Define Final Requirement, create a Load Data Sheet, draw Circuit, Calculate Wattage (W) and (Wh), Compute Wh required at Inverter Input, Calculate Battery Requirement & Specs Determine Panel Requirement & Specs, Select Charge Controller Specs, Set Panel & Battery configuration Select Inverter & Specifications. Students got to know the construction of solar energy system. The guidance given by Mr. Garde was useful to clear the concepts related to solar energy systems for students.
Outcomes:
  • Enhanced engineering knowledge and problem analysis skills through this lecture.
  • Tackle environmental issues and to get sustainable systems.
Guest Lecture by Mr. Amol Dhasade, Kirloskar Pneumatics, on Nano technology & its applications.
Date & Day: Saturday, 01/09/2018
Venue: Electrical Department Seminar Hall
Session conducted by : Ms.P.S.Jadhav ,Mr. D.D.Deshpande
Objective: To develop interest amongst students in field of Nano technology & its applications Guest Lecture by Mr. Amol Dhasade

Guest Lecture by Mr. Amol Dhasade
Summary of the Activity/Event:
Nanotechnology refers to technologies that operate at the nanometer level (one billionth of a meter). Nanotechnology is a growing scientific field with applications in many different areas, including in electrical. He explained various applications of nano structures in various fields like electrical, medical etc. This event was sponsored by IEI, Student Chapter of Electrical Department, MCOE.
Outcomes:
Students are taking interest in nanotechnology topics.
ONE DAY WORKSHOP ON POWER ELECTRONIC CONVERTER USING MATLAB (TECHNICAL ACTIVITY)
Date & Day: 31/08/2018
Venue: 208 class room, UG & PG computer lab, Department of Electrical Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05
Session conducted by : Mr. chinnasamy, Pantech Proed Pvt. Ltd.,Hyderabad
Objective:
  • To become familiar with the use of MATLAB for power electronics circuits
  • To learn MATLAB simulations for power electronics converters
  • To learn MATLAB simulations for renewable energy system application


Summary of the Activity/Event:
A one day workshop was organized by Department of Electrical Engineering for TE Electrical (I & II Shift) in association with PANTECH PROED PVT. LTD. The significance of power electronics devices and its use in Electrical engineering was discussed and hand-son training of power electronics circuits using MATLAB was given to students. Total 56 students have participated in this workshop.
Outcomes:
  • students got knowledge of development of power electronics simulation circuits using MATLAB
  • They understood analysis of power electronics simulation circuits using MATLAB by varying input and output and control parameters in the circuit .
Co-curricular Activity, Estimation and Coasting
Date & Day: 30/08/2018, Thursday
Venue: 206 Classroom, PES’s MCOE Pune
Visit conducted by: Dr. S. M. Bakre, Superintending Engineer , MAHATRANSCO
Objective: Student can evaluate and analyze Estimation and costing of residential and commercial buildings.

Summary of the Activity/Event:
Guest lecture was given to students by Dr. S. M. Bakre, were students can evaluate and analyze of HT, LT overhead lines and underground cables, cable sizing, price catalogue, labour rates, schedule of rates and estimating data, Estimation and conductor size calculations of internal wiring for Residential and Commercial installations and estimate for underground LT service lines.
Outcomes:
Students can understand how to evaluate and analyze the Estimation and costing of residential and commercial buildings.
GUEST LECTURE ON “INDUSTRIAL AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT
Date & Day: Monday 27.8.2018



Venue: Electrical Engineering Department
Session conducted by: Mr.Dilip Kumbhojkar
Objective:
  • Effectively manage business operations and project management teams.
  • To contribute to the success of companies through effective problem solving
  • To develop the personal and professional skills necessary to adapt to our changing societal, technological, and global environments
Summary of the Activity/Event:
A guest lecture was arranged for third year students of electrical engineering department on 27th August 2018 (Monday) at Department of Electrical Engineering Seminar Hall. The Program started with the brief introduction of guest speaker Mr.Dilip Kumbhojkar by Mr. Bijen Shah.(Student representative TE electrical). He discuss management is the art of knowing what you want to do and then seeing that it is done the best and cheapest way”. He discussed the characteristics and functions of management. He also define Management is guiding human and physical resources into a dynamic, hard hitting organization until that attains its objectives to the satisfaction of those served and with a high degree of morale and sense of attainment on the part of those rendering the service.
Outcomes:
students will be able to
Participants learned how to keep mind clam and body energetic using:
  • Understand professional and ethical responsibility.
  • Communicate effectively.
FE ORIENTATION PROGRAM 2018-19.
Date & Day: Tuesday 1.8.2018
Venue: Electrical Engineering Department
Objective: To introduce first year students to departmental services which will support their educational and personal goals (ex. EESA library, academics, various clubs, research and project, training and placement).
To familiarize students with the campus environment and physical facilities.
To create an atmosphere that minimizes anxiety, promotes positive attitudes, and stimulates an excitement for learning.
To provide a welcoming atmosphere for students to meet faculty, staff, and continuing students, as well as whole department.




Summary of the Activity/Event:
A welcome induction program was arranged for first year students of electrical engineering department on 1st August 2018 (Tuesday) at Department of Electrical Engineering Seminar Hall. The Program started with the welcome speech by Ms. Gauri Garud (Student representative TE electrical). The Head of department Prof.Dr.N.R.Kulkarni congratulated and extended her warm welcome to the students. The Academic monitoring in charge Prof.V.V.Khatavkar, Research and Project Coordinator Prof.Dr.H.H.Kulkarni, Training and Placement In charge Prof.M.P.Bhajekar provided their valuable guidance about departmental and academic practices.

The student’s representatives of various clubs shared their experiences and motivated students to join in hand and to be a part of the clubs in future. The session was concluded by a vote of thanks by Prof.S.A.Jain.
Outcomes:
students will be able to
Participants learned how to keep mind clam and body energetic using:
  • Students will be introduced to department services that will support their educational and personal goals.
  • Students will understand the purpose of academic advisement and course selection.
  • Students will become familiar with the campus environment.
POWER QUALITY CASE STUDIES.
Date & Day: 27/7/2018
Venue: Seminar hall
Objective:
  • Understand/Identify importance of various power quality issues.
  • Select cost effective mitigation technique for various power quality problems.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
Through the Lecture Mr. Narendra Duvedi the Expert guest shared his experience of over 30 years in the field of power quality sector with the students. The guest gave expert tips in his area of specialization. He shared different case studies by showing demos and recorded measurements. Different mitigation options were discussed with the students. It was an extremely informative and an interactive session where tudents acquired enormous basic knowledge on power quality. The students were very keen for this guest lecture and they learned a lot about actual power quality problems and economical losses associated with it.. This guest lecture would certainly help them understand their subject in a new perspective.
Outcomes:
students will be able to
Students understood importance of power quality issues by reviewing industrial case studies. They understood various mitigation techniques which can be implemented to avoid such issues.
A SESSION ON GURUPORNIMA (EESA ACTIVITY)
Date & Day: 27-07-2018, Friday
Venue: Electrical department seminar hall.
Session conducted by :
  • Electrical Engineering Students Association
  • [EESA]


Objective: To Retention and connection to campus to develop student involvement in learning communities, non-academic programs
Summary Report :
Guru pornima was celebrated in Electrical seminar hall. Students of SE,TE Electrical First and second shift arranged this program. Students delivered speeches, poems and songs. HOD Dr.Mrs.N.R.Kulkarni delivered a speech on this occasion of gurupournima. Inspiring lecture on technical knowledge preparation required from Industry point of view was given by the chief guest Mr. Vaidya and Mr. Narendra Duvedi from SAS Powertech Ltd which enlightened students mind.
Outcomes:
Staff and Students felt inspired. Students also got a platform to express their views.
INTERNATIONAL YOGA DAY CELEBRATION ”KNOWLEDGE AND MEDITATION”2018-19.
Date & Day: Thursday: 21/06/18
Venue: Department of Electrical Engineering Seminar Hall
Objective:
  • To celebrate International Yoga Day.
  • To promote health benefits of yoga and meditation.
  • To spread Knowledge of Yoga.
  • To bring awareness about Yoga among students
Summary of the Activity/Event:
The students and staff of Department of Electrical Engineering happily celebrated International Yoga day along with the instructors of Art of living on Thursday 21/6/2018 in Electrical Seminar hall. The session started with introduction to yoga, its different types and benefits of each. The three classical types of yoga mentioned in Hindu philosophies are Jñāna yoga (path of self-realization), karma yoga (path of action) and bhakti yoga (path of loving devotion). On demand from students details were provided on “JnanaYoga” (The jnana yoga is a spiritual practice that pursues knowledge with questions such as "who am I, what am I" among others.) Jñāna yoga is the path towards attaining jnana Knowledge).

The importance of dhyana (meditation) and how to practice it was demonstrated during the session. Many yoga poses (aasans) to release stress before sitting for mediation was also shown. Different breathing methods along with Naadi shodhan Pranayama to raise energy in our body were also explained. (In the subtle and the causal body, the nadis are channels for so called cosmic, vital, seminal, mental, intellectual, etc. energies (collectively described as prana) and are important for sensations, consciousness and the spiritual aura).

The food habits that are to be taken care of, among students during teenage were also emphasized.

The session ended up with meditation and a commitment to continue yoga practice at least for next 41 days.

The guests were felicitated by Prof.Miss.Pallavi Jadhav and Vote of thanks marked by Prof.Miss.Madhyama Wankhede of electrical department.

The program was organized successfully with whole hearted support of our Principal Dr. Mrs. K.R.Joshi,Vice-Principal and Head of Department Dr.Mrs.N.R.Kulkarni along with the help of other teaching and non-teaching staff of electrical department PES’s MCOE.




Outcomes:
students will be able to
Participants learned how to keep mind clam and body energetic using:
  • Breathing techniques and Yoga
  • Meditation.
Farewell to BE Students 2017-2018
Date & Day: 7.04.2018,Saturday
Venue: Electrical Seminar Hall
Session conducted by: Electrical Staff members
Objective: To bring all students under one forum for exchange of thoughts, skill and their experience for last four years in college.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
In an emotional surged atmosphere in Electrical Seminar Hall of PES MCOE, Electrical Department had arranged Farewell for BE final year 2017-2018 batch. The program started at 11.30 am with a saraswati prayer by Siddhi Reelkar. Students expressed their experience for last four years in Modern college. Student Vaibhav Mali performed Tabla performing different raag. Lastly the Head of the Department Prof. Dr. Mrs N. R. Kulkarni presented mementoes and awards to students followed by Lunch.
Outcomes:
Taking the time to come together as a family and form bonding between students and staff.
Industrial visit at Central Railway’s Diesel Locomotive shed at Ghorpadi, Pune
Date & Day: Saturday ,31/3/2018

Venue: Diesel Locomotive shed at Ghorpadi, pune
Session conducted by: Mr. Arshad Ali, Ms. P. S. Jadhav , Mrs.Preethi, T.I.
Objective: To develop interest amongst students about how Diesel locomotive works.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
Major and minor schedules of Diesel Locomotives are carried out in the shed. The shed is ISO 9001:2000, ISO 14001:2004 and OHSAS 18001:2007 certified. The shed is divided into Light Schedule Repair Section, Heavy Schedule Repair Section, Heavy Repair (Mechanical), Heavy Repair (Electrical), Bogie Section, Machine Shop and Training Centre. The shed is located near Ghorpadi railway station and entrance of the shed is between a railway crossing gate.
Outcomes:
Students were able to understand how Diesel locomotive works.
Technical Activity, Industrial Visit
Date & Day: 27/3/2018, Tuesday





T.E. Ist and IInd Shift students with staff at Shantaram Electricals, Pimpri ,Pune, Pune
Venue: Shantaram Electricals, Pimpri ,Pune
Session conducted by: Mrs.Shilpa.D.Joshi/ Mr.Rupesh V.Borkar
Objective: To understand the design, construction of electrical motors and winding used in motors.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
An Industrial visit was arranged to Shantaram Electricals, Pimpri Chinchwad, and Pune for Third Year of Electrical Engineering students for the subject Design of Electrical Machines. They provide repairing and rewinding motors. Students observed Winding Machine, different shape Stamping, Insulations used for generators, transformers.
Outcomes:
The student practical observed different parts, winding, and assembly process of three phase induction motor.
Workshop on LT switchgear for subject Switchgear and Protection
Date & Day: 26/3/2018 Monday



Venue: L&T SWITCHGEAR TRAINING CENTRE, MIDC, BHOSARI, PUNE.
Session conducted by: Mrs. Smita Bhagat and Mrs. Thubey
Objective:
  • To increase the practical knowhow about the Industrial automation
  • To impart knowledge about the operation of protection and switching devices.
  • To enhance knowledge of LT switchgear.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
This workshop is a part of collaborative activity with Larsen and Toubro (L&T) company, under SPPU signed between P.E.S’ s modern college of engineering and L&T. This is the first type of unique workshop conducted in association with premier industrial organization like L&T. The workshop has aimed to impart practical knowledge of circuit breaker, relay and contactor operation.

The training was conducted in two sessions. The experts shared their opinions on different topics. Training methods included theory based classroom sessions, workshop, practical demonstration and hands on training.
Outcomes:
  • Students got an idea about Engineers role in automation Industry
  • Students got knowledge about the operation of protection and switching devices like relay, circuit breaker, contactor, MCCB, MCB.
  • Also they studied how to discriminate the fault.
Workshop on LT switchgear for subject Switchgear and Protection
Date & Day: Day: 26/3/2018 Monday



Venue: L&T SWITCHGEAR TRAINING CENTRE, MIDC, BHOSARI, PUNE.
Session conducted by: Mrs. Smita Bhagat and Mrs. Thubey
Objective:
  • To increase the practical knowhow about the Industrial automation
  • To impart knowledge about the operation of protection and switching devices.
  • To enhance knowledge of LT switchgear.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
This workshop is a part of collaborative activity with Larsen and Toubro (L&T) company, under SPPU signed between P.E.S’ s modern college of engineering and L&T. This is the first type of unique workshop conducted in association with premier industrial organization like L&T. The workshop has aimed to impart practical knowledge of circuit breaker, relay and contactor operation.

The training was conducted in two sessions. The experts shared their opinions on different topics. Training methods included theory based classroom sessions, workshop, practical demonstration and hands on training.
Outcomes:
  • Students got an idea about Engineers role in automation Industry
  • Students got knowledge about the operation of protection and switching devices like relay, circuit breaker, contactor, MCCB, MCB.
  • Also they studied how to discriminate the fault.
Workshop on LT switchgear for subject Switchgear and Protection
Date & Day: 26/3/2018 Monday



Venue: L&T SWITCHGEAR TRAINING CENTRE, MIDC, BHOSARI, PUNE.
Session conducted by: Mrs. Smita Bhagat and Mrs. Thubey
Objective:
  • To increase the practical knowhow about the Industrial automation
  • To impart knowledge about the operation of protection and switching devices.
  • To enhance knowledge of LT switchgear.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
This workshop is a part of collaborative activity with Larsen and Toubro (L&T) company, under SPPU signed between P.E.S’ s modern college of engineering and L&T. This is the first type of unique workshop conducted in association with premier industrial organization like L&T. The workshop has aimed to impart practical knowledge of circuit breaker, relay and contactor operation.

The training was conducted in two sessions. The experts shared their opinions on different topics. Training methods included theory based classroom sessions, workshop, practical demonstration and hands on training.
Outcomes:
  • Students got an idea about Engineers role in automation Industry
  • Students got knowledge about the operation of protection and switching devices like relay, circuit breaker, contactor, MCCB, MCB.
  • Also they studied how to discriminate the fault.
“Filter Design and Its Applications.” (TECHNICAL ACTIVITY)
Date & Day: Saturday, 24/03/2018
Venue: Room No. 109 (Electrical Seminar Hall)
Session conducted by: Mr. Shashank Deodhar, Locuselectronics, Pune
Objective:
  • Study and understand the working of basic Passive Filter.
  • Design and Develop Passive Filters and understand there Practical Applications.
  • To analyze the design using Proteus Software.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
This program was helpful for students in understanding basics of Passive Filters. Sir gave information regarding different types of filters and reactance curves. Students got the information about designing and practical applications of Passive Filters. The speaker took some examples and designed the different filters for various frequencies he also shown responses of these filters using simulation by using Proteus software. Sir also gave information about different projects and applications, which will be very useful for all students to undertake their projects.
Outcomes:
students were able to understand the design and analysis of passive filter with their applications.
GUEST LECTURE ON TESTING OF 3 PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR S.E.(ELECTRICAL)(TECHNICAL ACTIVITY)
Date & Day: 20/03/2018,Tuesday

Venue: Seminar Hall, Department of Electrical Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05
Session conducted by: Mr. Dilip Bhave, Assistant Vice President, Kirloskar Brothers.
Objective: To develop knowledge of Induction Motor Testing through Industrial aspect.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
A two hour Guest lecture was delivered by Mr. Dilip Bhave, Assistant Vice President, Kirloskar Brothers. He explained the different types of Testing of Induction Motor carried out in practice in detail. He also explained the types of Induction Motor testing with the different case studies held in Industries.
Outcomes:
Students got the knowledge regarding Induction Motor Testing at Industries.
Guest Lecture on “Design of Three Phase Induction Motor ,Practical Aspect” for T.E Electrical Subject Design of Electrical Machines
Date & Day: 20/03/2018, Tuesday

Venue: Shantaram Electricals, Pimpri ,Pune
Session conducted by: Mr.Dilip Bhave (Asst.V.P Kriloskar Brother Pvt.Ltd.)
Objective: To design Induction motor from industrial aspect and understand specifications of Induction motor.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
The event was conducted for TE Electrical class of both the shifts. Following points are discussed in detail:
  • Design of Squirrel Cage and Slip ring induction motor
  • A.C. Machine Winding along with insulation aspect
  • Specification of Induction Motor as per IEC and NEMA
Outcomes:
The student will estimate the design calculations for Three phase induction motor.
International Women's Day "Fit4life"(Awareness+Education+Wellness+Health)
Date & Day: 8th march 2018

Venue: Electrical Seminar Hall
Session conducted by: Ashwini Adpad
Objective: To develop Importance of Healthy Life Style and Biomedical Parameters for staff.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
The Program Started with the introduction of nutrition’s and healthy food requirements. The guest speaker gave an idea regarding how much, why and when to have nutrition’s food. Then she conducted one test which gave idea of fat content, metabolism level, Body Mass Index, Skeletal Muscle and etc.
Outcomes:
Developed health awareness Staff Co-ordinators: Mrs.Sharmila Chougule, Mrs.Shilpa D.Joshi and Alumni Cordinator-M.P. Bhajekar
GUEST LECTURE HVDC TRANSMISSION SYSTEM.
Date & Day: Wednesday 28/02/2018

Venue: Seminar Hall, Department of Electrical Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05
Session conducted by: Dr. S. M. Bakre
(Superintendent Engineer, MSEB)
Staff Coordinator: Prof. S. G. Kechkar
Objective: To understand the knowledge about modern trends in HVDC Transmission Technology.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
The Guest lecture was given to students on HVDC Transmission System. All the students got information of how the high-voltage, direct current (HVDC) electric power transmission system uses direct current for the bulk transmission of electrical power, in contrast with the more common alternating current AC systems. Also, students were understand the modern trend in HVDC system like Multiterminal HVDC system, UHVDC (ultrahigh-voltage direct-current) is shaping to be the latest technological front in high voltage DC transmission technology, etc.
Outcomes:
Students can understand the modern trends in HVDC Transmission Technology.
Workshop on: Solar Roof top System and Net Metering” (under SPPU’s Vidyarthi Kalyan Mandal)
Date & Day:21 Feb 2018 / Wednesday





Venue: Electrical Department Seminar Hall
Session conducted by: Session 1- Design and Installation of Solar Roooftop PV System Mr. Dhananjay Nandedkar Head- Asset Management (West & North), CleanMax Solar Pvt. Ltd
Session 2- Manufacturing of Solar panels by Dr. Nitant Mate (Director, SeeGreen Products Pvt. Ltd. & Partner, SeeGreen Solutions LLP)
Session 3- Net Metering by Mr. Santosh Patani DyEE, STC Pune
Session 4- Case Study on Design and Installation of Solar Rooftop System by Mr. Nikhil Samudre(Alumni)– Gold Star Energy < /td>
Objective: 1. Manufacturing of Solar PV Panels
2. Design and Installation of Solar Panels
3. Net Metering
Summary of the Activity/Event:
  • The event was conducted for Electrical Wednesday 21/2/18 during a workshop on Solar roof top and Net metering under VKM.
  • Information was imparted to students about the installation and commissioning of solar roof top
  • Role of an Engineer at installation and do’s and don’ts during the commissioning.
  • Case study about actual installation and its effect with respect to Net metering.
Outcomes:
  • Students got an idea about prospects for start ups in Renewable Energy
  • Students were able to understand the concept and implementation of Solar Roof tops and harness the use of Solar Energy.
Staff Coordinators:
Mrs S.A. Chougule & Mr Rupesh Borkar
M-Pulse 2018- Group Discussion
Date & Day:17 Feb 2018 / Tuesday
Venue: Computer Lab, Department of Electrical Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05
Session conducted by: M-Pulse 2K18 student Rishikesh Ghule and Shreya Kadam.
Objective: A group discussion among students is being organized to see and evaluate their thinking skills, listening abilities and how they are communicating their thoughts. One should learn to control the conversation through listening attentively and then having the perseverance to mould it towards his/her own direction.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
The Department of Electrical Engineering of PES MCOE witnessed a ‘Group Discussion ‘competition held under M-PULSE 2k18, in which two rounds have been conducted and accordingly students are sorted out. Topics were general related to real time and Indian history some topics also related to recent trends of development in India.

The event was conducted in P.E.S. Modern college of Engineering for 1day on 17th Feb 2018. It started at 11a.m by inauguration by judges. The judges were Mrs.Swati More and Mr.kenikar.
Outcomes:
  • It is a good way to engage the participants in a fruitful discussion
  • Group discussion generates a creative thinking in all participants, something beyond the obvious answers and solution to a specific problem
  • Generate more ideas and a structured presentation of a topic
  • Improves analytical abilities to think on a particular given topic
  • Enables profound and in-depth understanding of the subject
  • Provides different approaches to a topic
  • Helps to come to a concluding point or at least near solution to a problem
  • Gives a chance to listen, know and understand diverse opinions on a particular matter
  • Improves confidence in public speaking platform
  • Can alter our perspectives as well
M-Pulse ELECTRA 2018- City Villa
Date & Day:17 Feb 2018 / Tuesday

Venue: Room no.208, MCOE, Pune-05
Session conducted by: M-Pulse 2K18 student co-ordinators: Gayatri Kulkarni & Mayuresh Patil.
Objective:
  • To inculcate smart city development skills.
  • o generate innovative ideas for smart city development
  • To learn efficient town planning and designing skills.
  • To promote innovation and creativity in railways, roadways development etc.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
Inauguration of the event was done by our guest, Mr. Pradeep Daddikar and Mr.Vinayak Apte. Both are an entrepreneur and alumni of Modern College of Engineering. The event started with the first round in which the students were given an ‘A1’ size sheet and were asked to prepare a ‘Smart City’ layout. There was a fixed budget sanctioned and students had to plan the city accordingly. After a time of one and a half hour, second round began. In the second round, the students had to present their layout and had to prove how their plan was better than others. These two teams were declared the winner and runner up.
Outcomes:
The students got a brief idea regarding town planning and its various aspects. Innovative and creative ideas for ‘Smart City’ development were put forward.
M-Pulse ElECTRA 2K18- circuit hunt
Date & Day:17 Feb 2018 / Tuesday

Venue: Power electronics Lab, Department of Electrical Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05
Session conducted by: M-Pulse 2K18 student coordinators: Ganesh Gode and Prdhnya Lodha.
Objective: 1. To test the technical & practical knowledge of the students in the field of development of electrical circuit. 2. To inculcate team work skill among students with time management.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
This event was held under Department of electrical engineering of PES MCOE. Name of the event was ‘circuit hunt’. This event was conducted mainly to test the technical as well as practical knowledge of students related to circuits. The event was conducted in modern college of engineering for 1 day on 17th Feb 2018.It started at 11a.m. Inauguration of event was done by Mrs. M. D. Tuljapurkar The event was conducted with two rounds mainly relating to circuit knowledge , hunting the components through technical clues , developing & testing the circuit on breadboard.
Outcomes:
Students were able to apply their technical knowledge about the basics of electrical circuits. Students were introduced to the different components and bread board. Students were able to implement & test the electrical circuits with minimum time.
Technical Activity “Sant Tukaram Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd Mulshi, Pune”
Date & Day: 29/01/2018
Venue: Sant Tukaram Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd Mulshi, Pune
Session conducted by: Mrs.S.M. Mahajan and Mrs. N.M. Waikar
Objective: To understand the types of drives, their operation and maintenance of electrical drives used in sugar factory.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
According to syllabus of final year Electrical Engineering course, based on actual field visit, Sant Tukaram Sahakari Sakhar Karkhana Ltd Mulshi, Pune
Outcomes:
  • Students can identify the varies drives used in industry
  • Students can demonstrate operation and maintenance of major electrical drives used in industry
Seminar & Electrical Safety Rally Electrical Safety week is from (11 Jan 2018 to 17 Jan 2018)
Date & Day:15 Jan 2018 / Monday

Venue: E&TC Seminar Hall, Department of E&TC Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05
Session conducted by:
Mr. N. I. Patil
ndustries, Energy and labour Dept.,
Govt. of Maharashtra
Mr. Sunil V. Gaikwad
Chairman, Electrical Contractors Association of Maharashtra, Pune Chairman of ECAM
Mr.Advocate Sujay. Joshi
Staff Coordinator:
Prof. V.S. Jape, Prof.D.K.Joshi.
Objective: Awareness program for society on Electrical Safety during Safety week 11th Jan 2018 to 17th Jan 2018) by conduction of safety Rally.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
Awareness seminar on electrical Safety .Conduction of Street play about Electrical Safety and conservation awareness during Rally period.
Outcomes:
Students can understand various electrical equipment.
Title of the activity: Midas care pharmaceuticals pvT. Ltd Pre placement seminar/interaction with students (T & P activity)
Date & Day:Wednesday27/9/2017

Venue: Electrical Department Seminar Hall
Session conducted by: Ms. Priyanka (HR executive) and team
Objective:
  • To give information about Midas Care Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd. company and expansion plans of the same.
  • To mention about the opportunities for Electrical and Mechanical Engineers as per their recruitment plan.
Summary of the Activity/Event: Midas Care Pharmaceuticals Pvt. Ltd. is a pharmaceutical company which deals with various products in the health and hygiene section. They are going to require Engineers (Mechanical and Electrical) both streams for their new plant set ups which are in pipeline.

They interacted with students and informed about what they can offer and how will it benefit the students. Also the selection process and other details will be shared with the students as per their requirement.
Outcome: Students were able to gain information regarding the details of options that can be availed pharmaceutical section and have to prepare for further screening process which will be conducted in subsequent months.
Technical Activity, Industrial Visit.
Date & Day:25/09/2017, Monday
T.E students with staff at 400kV Jejuri substation
Venue: 400 kV Substation, Jejuri, Pune
Session conducted by:
Prof. V.S. Jape
Prof. R.V. Borkar
Prof S. G. Kechkar
Objective: To understand the design, operation and maintenance of major electrical equipment used in substation with its single line diagram.
Summary Report: According to syllabus of third year Electrical Engineering course, based on actual field visit, students visited 400 KV Substation at Jejuri.
Outcomes: Students can demonstrate operation and maintenance of major electrical equipment used in substation. Students can compare various types of substation.
GUEST LECTURE ON THREE PHASE INVERTER AND ITS APPLICATIONS (TECHNICAL ACTIVITY)
Date & Day: 22/09/2017
Venue: Seminar Hall, Department of Electrical Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05
Session conducted by:
Mr. Omkar K. Kelkar
owner of Savita Machine tool company, Pune
Objective: To understand the concept of three phase inverter and how to implement it in industries.
Summary Report: A Two hour guest lecture was engaged by Mr. Omkar K. Kelkar, owner of Savita Machine tool company, Pune. He explained about the inverter and its types. He also created interest in topic where students got to know how actually the inverter is being implemented in industries by giving an example of ongoing project like solar inverter, PWM inverter, etc.
Outcomes: Students got the knowledge of industrial implementation of inverter.
Technical activity, Bhira Hydro Power Plant.
Day & Date :
Monday, 18/09/2017
Tuesday, 19/09/2017
Venue : Bhira Hydro Power Plant
Session conducted by:
Mr. Shrivishwanath Jadhav
Executive. Engineer
and Mr. Ashok Dhavane Deputy Executive Engineer
Mr.D.D.Deshpande
Ms. Sheetal Mhetre
Objectives : To introduce conventional energy conversion system with Hydro power plant.
Summary report : According to syllabus of second year Electrical Engineering course, students have visited to Hydro power Station to achieve adequate knowledge of power generation. Mr. Shrivishwanath Jadhav, Executive. Engineer, and Mr. Ashok Dhavane Deputy Executive Engineer cooperated our students and explained in detail working of each part of hydro power plant.
Outcomes : Students understood the concept of various turbines (Francis and Kaplan) and different hydro power plant accessories.
Title of the activity: Interaction with students by Co Cubes placement assisting firm (T & P activity)
Date & Day:Tuesday , 12 /09/2017

Venue: Room no. 109( Department of Electrical seminar hall)
Session conducted by: Mr. Anupam Bhandarkar and team
Objective:
  • To give information about various vacancies and jobs private sector
  • To create awareness regarding opportunities in private sector for Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
Summary of the Activity/Event: Co-Cubes is an organization who design aptitude test for many companies and their test score have been considered by most of the MNCs for campus recruitment.

They interacted with students and informed about what they offer and how will it benefit the students. They also mentioned the importance of aptitude preparation concerning logical, reasoning and mathematics skill.
Outcome: Students were able to gain information regarding the details of options that can be availed in the private sector and the preparation required for the same.
Title of the activity: Expert lecture for guidance regarding various examinations conducted by State and Central Governments viz. TRANSCO, DISCOM, SSB etc (T & P activity)
Date & Day:Thursday, 24 /08/2017

Venue: Electrical Department Seminar Hall
Session conducted by:Mr. Prahlad Deshpande
Objective:
  • To give information about various vacancies and jobs in Government sector
  • To create awareness regarding type of examination conducted for various Govt. sector jobs like TRANSCO, DISCOM, SSB etc.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
  • The Department arranged expert lecture for guidance regarding various examinations conducted by State and Central Governments for students of B. E. Electrical.
  • The session began at the scheduled time i.e 11:00 a.m. by introduction of the guest speaker Mr. Prahlad Deshpande. He explained various career options in Government sector. He also mentioned that for getting into Govt. sector students have to clear certain specific examinations viz written test for TRANSCO, DISCOM etc.
  • He also mentioned the importance of aptitude preparation also concerning logical, reasoning and mathematics skill.
Outcome: Students were able to gain information regarding the details of options that can be availed pharmaceutical section and have to prepare for further screening process which will be conducted in subsequent months.
Technical, Guest Lecture on Thermography images and its analysis.
Date & Day: Saturday 09/09/2017


Venue: Seminar Hall, Department of Electrical Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05
Session conducted by:
Dr. S. M. Bakre
Chief Engineer
MSETCL Mumbai
Staff Coordinator:
Prof. V.S. Jape
Prof.S.G. Kechkar
Objective: To understand the Troubleshooting and condition monitoring of various electrical equipment’s using Thermograph images and its analysis.
Summary of the Activity/Event: Guest lecture and hand on experience was given to students with the help of thermal imager. Students can demonstrate various application of thermal imager like Electrical distribution system, Power circuit of electric devices, Cooling efficiency of radiator fins of power transformer, Level detection, Fluid flow investigation, Efficiency of insulation or refectory system etc.
Outcome: Students can understand the troubleshooting and condition monitoring of various electrical equipment.
Introduction to new software 'ATp draw' (TECHNICAL ACTIVITY)
Date & Day: 8/09/2017
Venue: Seminar Hall, Department of Electrical Engineering, MCOE, Pune-05
Session conducted by:
Mr.Prashant Gawande
Research fellow COEP.(Alumni)
Objective:
  • To get introduced with various simulation tools.
  • To learn and simulate various power system models in ATP.
  • To perform transient analysis.
Summary Report: The most widely used computer programs for transients analysis of power systems are the Electromagnetic Transients Program, commonly known as EMTP, and its derivatives such as the Alternate Transients Program (ATP). Small systems are simulated and demonstrate student a very sphosticated graphic user interface that enables the user to be very productive in this difficult analysis and Ability of the program to solve some classes of nonlinear problems.
Outcomes: Students can use modern tools like ATP for simulation.
Title of the activity: Expert lecture for guidance regarding various examinations conducted by State and Central Governments viz. TRANSCO, DISCOM, SSB etc (T & P activity)
Date & Day:Thursday, 24 /08/2017

Venue: Electrical Department Seminar Hall
Session conducted by:Mr. Prahlad Deshpande
Objective:
  • To give information about various vacancies and jobs in Government sector
  • To create awareness regarding type of examination conducted for various Govt. sector jobs like TRANSCO, DISCOM, SSB etc.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
  • The Department arranged expert lecture for guidance regarding various examinations conducted by State and Central Governments for students of B. E. Electrical.
  • The session began at the scheduled time i.e 11:00 a.m. by introduction of the guest speaker Mr. Prahlad Deshpande. He explained various career options in Government sector. He also mentioned that for getting into Govt. sector students have to clear certain specific examinations viz written test for TRANSCO, DISCOM etc.
  • He also mentioned the importance of aptitude preparation also concerning logical, reasoning and mathematics skill.
Outcome: Students were able to gain information regarding the details of options that can be availed pharmaceutical section and have to prepare for further screening process which will be conducted in subsequent months.
Title of the activity: Guest Lecture (Merchant Navy opportunities for Electrical Engineers) (T & P activity)
Date & Day: Friday 18/8/2017

Venue: Electrical Department Seminar Hall
Session conducted by:Mr. Salil Pradhan
Objective:
  • To have an idea regarding opportunities for Electrical Engineers in Indian Navy in general and Merchant Navy in particular.
Summary of the Activity/Event:
  • The Department arranged expert lecture for guidance regarding various opportunities in Merchant Navy for students of B. E. Electrical.
  • The session began at the scheduled time i.e 11:00 a.m. by introduction of the guest speaker Mr. Salil Pradhan who is an alumni of 2012 batch. He explained various career options in Indian Army, Navy, Air force and Merchant Navy. He also mentioned that for getting into this sector, students have to undergo certain trainings and then they can get associated with shipping companies and can build great career in Merchant Navy.
Outcome:
  • Students were able to gain information regarding the details of options that can be availed in the Indian Navy and Merchant Navy in particular. Students also developed interest in these sectors as career option.
GUEST LECTURE ON NEED OF POWER ELECTRONICS IN INDUSTRY (TECHNICAL ACTIVITY)
Date & Day: 24/08/2017
Venue: Room No. 208
Session conducted by:
Rushikesh Deshpande and Pritish Vitekar (Members of Robocon Team)
Objective:
  • To design and construct PCB by using Eagle software.
  • Develop interest amongst students about design of circuits.
Summary Report: The session was conducted from 1:45 pm to 2:45 pm. This introductory lecture was helpful for students in highlighting the basic of EAGLE software for designing of PCB.
The session started with the introduction to the basic of PCB and EAGLE software. They started with the Library of software then how to mount the components. The designing of PCB began with an experiment of OPAMP as comparator then they also represented the board view and the procedure to trace the paths. Students got the information about designing and practical implementation of these circuits. They got knowledge regarding selection of components, implementation and the PCB layout.
Outcomes: Students were able to apply the knowledge EAGLE software for designing of PCB.
Technical, Guest Lecture on Condition Monitoring of Oil-Paper composite insulation system of transformers.
Date & Day: Saturday, 29/07/2017
Venue: PVG COET Auditorium, Pune
Session conducted by:
Rushikesh Deshpande and Pritish Vitekar (Members of Robocon Team)
Staff Coordinator:
Prof. V.S. Jape
Prof R. V. Borkar
Prof.S.G. Kechkar
Objective: To understand and analyze Condition monitoring of Oil-Paper composite insulation system of transformer.
Summary Report: IEEE PES / IAS Chapter of Pune Section and Department of Electrical Engineering, PVG’s COET, Pune had organized a Lecture by Dr. Sivaji Chakravorti. From this lecture, students gain knowledge of Oil-paper composite insulation system and how the condition monitoring is take into account in case of transformer.
Outcomes: Students can understand the condition monitoring of Oil-Paper composite insulation system of transformers.
Video lecture on Decade (BCD) Ripple Counter, Ring Counter and Twisted Ring Counter.(TECHNICAL ACTIVITY)
Date & Day: Friday, 28/07/2017
Venue: Electrical Department Seminar Hall
Session conducted by: NESO Academy.
Objective:
  • To design and analyze sequential circuits.
  • Develop interest amongst students about design of counters.
Summary Report: The session wasconducted from 8:45 am to 9:45 am. This Video lecture was helpful for students inemphasizing the basic of sequential circuits and designing of counters.
In all three topics were taught
1) BCD counter
2) Ring Counter and
3) Twisted ring counter. Students got the information about designing and practical applications of these counters. They got knowledge regarding selection of flips flops according to bits and how a combinational circuit is designed for these counters. After knowing all this important points regarding counters, students are now able to perform these experiments during the practical session.
Outcomes:
  • Students were able to apply the knowledge of sequential circuits for designing different modulus counters
Technical activity, Marketing Management.
Day & Date : Tuesday, 25/07/2017
Venue : MCA Seminar Hall
Session conducted by:
Mr. Ujjawal Tawade (Asian Paint) Mr.D.K.Joshi
Ms. Sheetal Mhetre
Objectives : To understand marketing, its functions and types.
Summary report : The guest lecture on “Marketing Management” was arranged by Department of Electrical Engineering 25/07/2017. The session was very interactive and sir explained what are types of marketing, functions of marketing and defination of marketing.
Outcomes : CO3. Student can understand marketing, its functions and types.
Title of the activity: Gate awareness and career guidance seminar (T & P activity)
Date & Day: Tuesday, 27 /06/2017

Venue: Electrical Department Seminar Hall
Session conducted by:Mr. Kiran Kumar
Objective:
  • To inform the students regarding various career opportunities after B.E.
  • To create awareness regarding GATE examination.
Summary of the Activity/Event: The Department arranged Career guidance and GATE awareness seminar for students of B. E. Electrical. The session began at the scheduled time by introduction of the guest speaker. Speaker Mr. Kiran Kumar explained regarding various career options starting form public sector to private sector and Government jobs. He also informed students about the Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering (GATE) and the avenues that students can avail after cracking the exam with a positive score.

He also mentioned the importance of aptitude preparation also concerning logical, reasoning and mathematics skill.
Outcome:
  • Students were able to gain information regarding the details of GATE exam and career prospects after graduation
Guest Lecture on Applied Mathematics in Electrical Engineering.
Date & Day: 20/6/2017, Friday Tejas Natu explained the importance of mathematics

Tejas had given some examples in Electrical Engineering
Venue: Electrical Department Seminar Hall
Session conducted by: Mr. Tejas Natu, alumni (2009 batch) Research Scholar, Florida State University, USA
Objective: To know opportunity for Electrical Engineers in applied mathematics
Summary of the Activity/Event: The motto of this session was to make aware the students of role of mathematics in Electrical Engineering. He gave various applications of mathematics in electrical engineering like Fourier analysis, signal analysis using compressed sensing technique, use of optimization theory etc. He also elaborated the significance of learning subjects like M1, M2, M3 and allied subjects for day today applications.
He thoroughly explained requirements while completing the post-graduation. He explored the different recent research areas of mathematics. He summarized the lecture by giving the importance of mathematics.
Outcome: Students were able to get importance and role of Mathematics in post graduate and research.
Technicalactivity, Faculty Development Program On "Enhanced Learning Through various Audits in Electrical Engineering".
Date & Day: Monday to Sunday,24/04/2017 to 30/04/2017

Venue: Electrical Seminar Hall(109)
Session conducted by: Dr. A.B.More
Mr.V.L.Sonawane
Dr. D.B.Talange
Dr.A.A.Dharme
Dr.NarendraDuvedi
Dr.Prakash.Barjatia
Dr.M.G.Unde
Mr.Kshirsagar
Mr.PrashantGongale
Mr.MarutiMali
Mr.AchyutMehandale
Dr.Santoshkumar
Mr.K.Mulani
Objective: To develop skill set in the various audits in the field of Electrical Engineering.
Summary of the Activity/Event: Summary of the Activity/Event: The department of Electrical engineering have conducted faculty development program during b24/04/2017 to 30/04/2017. This program was mainly designed to develop skill set in the various audits in the field of Electrical Engineering. To impart the know-how about these audits, a training session, some hands on experience to the participants. Different sessions have covered the core areas of Electrical Engineering including various Energy audit, safety audit and power quality audit. The participants were the faculties from various institutes. The FDP was very helpful from audits and consultancy point of view. Actual case studies were discussed in detail by eminent speakers.
Outcome:
  • Participants can conduct & analyze the real time case studies of Energy Audit, Illumination Audit & Power Quality Audits.
  • Projects can be conducted in the Audit sector.
Farewell to BE Students
Date & Day: 6.04.2017,Thusday

Venue: Art Circle ,Near Fountain
Session conducted by: Electrical Staff members
Objective: To bring all students under one forum for exchange of thoughts, skill and their experience for last four years