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Innovations by the Faculty in Teaching and Learning

Model Based Learning/ simulation (Cut section & project simulation)

Prototype and cut section models are used for the execution of lecture delivery as well as in practical demonstration. For proper understanding of the subjects, student can have a realistic view on the same and can correlate the concept in their subject.

Software simulations of projects are used for the better understanding of the concept and students are able to simulate, analyse and compare the results.

Online video lecture by faculty

Video lectures prepared by the faculty and reviewed by the peer committee for the best suitability of the content delivery to the students. Quality of the same is analysed by the committee members and given suggestions are incorporated. After delivery of lecture, feedback is taken from the students for better analysis and improvement

Online video lecture by faculty

Video lectures prepared by the faculty and reviewed by the peer committee for the best suitability of the content delivery to the students. Quality of the same is analysed by the committee members and given suggestions are incorporated. After delivery of lecture, feedback is taken from the students for better analysis and improvement.

Academic year Faculty Name Name of ICT tools used Link of faculty website/ youtube videos etc
2018-19 (till date) Dr. Mrs. H. H. Kulkarni Video lecture:PLC Software Introduction Part 1 https://youtu.be/_ZcDz_s3yV0
Video lecture:PLC Software Introduction Part 2 https://youtu.be/dt3oL2IKgdk
Video lecture:SCADA screen creation for any PLC program https://youtu.be/ZYpfm4gmQcg
Video lecture:Temperature Control and Monitoring using SCADA https://youtu.be/gi1vdJxOLMg
Mrs. D.S. Bhandare Video lecture: C language Practical Lecture https://youtu.be/cfgDOydy3U8
2017-18 Mr. R. V. Borkar Video lecture:Finite element analysis using Maxwell of 3 phase induction motor part 1 https://youtu.be/f5Mu_d9GGhk
Video lecture:Finite Element analysis using Maxwell of 3 phase induction motor part 2 https://youtu.be/TaCnyilaKaY
Video lecture:Roll No updation and Enrolment process to the course on moodle site https://youtu.be/FPfveL9zAOk
Mrs. S. R. Kadali Video lecture:Circle diagram of Induction motor https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZKP-usphqUg&feature=youtu.be&hd=1

ICT (Moodle, Google form)

In order to have better time management ICT tools have been used to interact with the students. Various ICT tools have been used like Google form for conducting multiple choice questions, student data base, content related to subject either PPT, Video lectures hand written notes and information is reflect in Moodle. Student can directly access the content and gather the data for better level of understanding. Students are provided with unique login to have the access of Moodle. Screenshot of ICT (Moodle, Google form) is shown in Figure. B 5.5c



Flip Lectures

The content becomes available beyond typical classroom time. This helps students with different capabilities to go through the lecture at their own pace. Flip lectures enable to personalize the classroom.

Project Exhibition

Project exhibition is conducted on annual basis where students can showcase their talent. This increases the technical skills, imaginative thinking, creativity and innovations in engineering concepts as well as solutions to societal issues. Assessment is done by industrial experts. Suggestions and changes suggested by them are taken into consideration and incorporated in coordination with respective guides.



Project exhibition of final year project

Experiential learning (Industrial visit)

Industrial visits are conducted to foster the technical knowledge of the students as per industry realities .It provides a practical perspective of workplace. Student can assimilate knowledge which helps in their thinking and learning process. Industrial visits bridge the gap between theoretical concepts and practical learning in a real-life environment.

Industrial Visits (AY-2018-2019)
Sr. No. Company Name Company Sector Incorporation Status (Private, Public) Date From Date To
1 Sohammn Calibration,Pune Service Private 04-10-2018 04-10-2018
2 Hydro Power Station, Bhira,Mulshi. Electrical Power Generation Company Public Sector 26-09-2018 ,27/09/2018
3 Silverline Electricals Pvt Ltd, Sanaswadi, Tal-Shirur, Dist-Pune Transformer Manufacturing Private 05-10-2018 05-10-2018
4 400 KV Substation (Phase-II), Lonikand, Dist-Pune MSETCL Public Sector 09-10-2018 09-10-2018
5 Load Dispatch Centre, Kalwa Dispatch Centre, Mumbai Electrical Power Distribution company Public Sector 20-08-2018 20-08-2018
Industrial Visits (AY-2017-2018)
Sr. No. Company Name Company Sector Incorporation Status (Private, Public) Date From Date To
1 Sohammn Calibration,Pune Service Private 07-10-2017 13-10-2017
2 Hydro Power Station, Bhira,Mulshi. Electrical Power Generation Company Public Sector 18-09-2017 19-09-2017
3 Silverline Electricals,Pune Production Private 09-12-2017 09-12-2017
4 400kV Substation: Jejuri Electrical Power Transmission Company Public Sector 25/09/2017 25/09/2017
5 Load Dispatch Centre, Kalwa Dispatch Centre, Mumbai Electrical Power Distribution company Public Sector 16-09-2017 18-09-2017
6 Solar PV powered grid plant, Shirsuphal, Baramati Renewable Energy Sources Public Sector 23/09/2017 23/09/2017
7 Manisha Transformer Transformer Industry Private 16/03/2018 16/03/2018
8 HVDC Padhage,Mumbai MSETCL Public 25-03-2018 26-03-2018
9 Diesel Locomotive Shed, Ghorpadi, Pune Central Railway Company Public 31/03/2018 31/03/2018
10 400kV Substation: Jejuri Electrical Power Transmission Company Public 16/02/2018 16/02/2018
11 Shantaram Electricals,Pimpri Manufacturing Private 27/03/2018 27/03/2018
12 Crompton Greves/L&T,Nashik/Pune Manufacturing Private 26/03/2018 26/03/2018
13 Shantatukaram Sugar Factory, Pune Production Public 29/01/2018 29/01/2018
Industrial Visits (AY-2016-2017)
Sr. No. Company Name Company Sector Incorporation Status (Private, Public) Date From Date To
1 Hydro Power Station, Bhira,Mulshi. Electrical Power Generation Company Public Sector 30-08-2016 1/09/2016
2 Manisha Transformers Transformer Industry Private Sector 19-09-2016 20-09-2016
3 400kV Substation: Jejuri Electrical Power Transmission Company Public Sector 23-09-2016 24-09-2016
4 Load Dispatch Centre, Kalwa Dispatch Centre, Mumbai Electrical Power Distribution company Public Sector 27-09-2016 28-09-2016
5 Solar PV powered grid plant, Shirsuphal, Baramati Renewable Energy Sources Public Sector 28-09-2016 28-09-2016
6 SCADA operated 400 KV Chakan Substation Electrical Power Transmission Company Public Sector 23/9/2016 23/9/2016
7 Mitsubishi Electric India Private Limited, El3, J Block, Midc, Bhosari, Pune Electrical automation Company Public Sector 22-02-2017 23-02-2017
8 HVDC Padghe Substation MAHATRANSCO 500KV unit, 1500 MW MSETCL Public Sector 21-03-2017 22-03-2017
9 Ramakant Electricals Pvt. Ltd. Rastapeth, Pune Electrical Machine Company Private 04-01-2017 04-01-2017
10 Diesel Locomotive Shed, Ghorpadi, Pune Central Railway Company Public Sector 24/03/2017 24/03/2017
Industrial Visits (AY-2015-2016)
Sr. No. Company Name Company Sector Incorporation Status (Private, Public) Date From Date To
1 Hydro Power Station, Bhira,Mulshi. Electrical Power Generation Company Public Sector 01-09-2015 02-09-2015
2 Manisha Transformers Transformer Industry Private Sector 26-08-2015 27-08-2015
3 400kV Substation: Jejuri Electrical Power Transmission Company Public Sector 14-09-2015 15-09-2015
4 Load Dispatch Centre, Kalwa Dispatch Centre, Mumbai Electrical Power Distribution company Public Sector 08-09-2015 09-09-2015
5 Solar PV powered grid plant, Shirsuphal, Baramati Renewable Energy Sources Public Sector 27-07-2015 31-07-2015
6 L&T Infotech,Godrej Eternia-A, Old Mumbai - Pune Hwy, Corporation Colony, Shivajinagar, Pune,Software Company IT Company Public Sector 22-03-2016 23-03-2016

Hands-on Workshops

Various workshops are organised in all domains of Electrical Engineering to enhance the student’s managerial, technical skills and for their academic growth. This increases the industrial connectivity which enrich industrial institute interaction. Students have the opportunity to avail the resource to benefit industry, society and mutual benefits in the area of research in collaborations.
Workshop:17-18
Sr. No. Name of the Event Dates Type of the Activity Duration Speakers/ Guest Lecturer Faculty In Charge
1 Workshop on “Applications of ARDUINO” for SE 16/02/2017, Thursday Technical 1 Day Mr. Bharat Kumar and Mr. Bala Vignesh (Project Manager Pantech ProEd) Prof.Ms.Madhuri Zambre and Prof.Mrs. Shweta Jain
1 L&T Switchgear Training Centre, Midc, Bhosari, Pune [For Be Students] Friday,26.3.2018 Technical 2 Hrs Mrs. Smita Bhagat and Mrs. Thubey from L&T Bhosari Dr. Mrs. H.H. Kulkarni/Mrs. M.P. Bhajekar
2 State Level Project Competition in Association with IEEE, IE(I) & ISLE Tueday,03.04.2018 Technical 5:30 Hrs Mrs.C.Mulay from Thermax Mrs.S.D.Joshi/ Dr.Mrs. H.H.Kulkarni
3 Solar Roof top System and Net Metering” for TE Students Wednesday, 21.02.2018 Technical 1 Day Mr. Dhananjay Nandedkar, Dr. Nitant Mate, Mr. Santosh Patani, Mr. Nikhil Samudre Prof. S.A.Chougule
Workshop Conducted 16-17
Sr. No. Name of the Event Dates Type of the Activity Duration Speakers/ Guest Lecturer Faculty In Charge
1 2 day workshop on AMC for TE 20/09/2016 21/09/2016 Technical Activity 2 Hr. Dr. Prof. Mrs. Vrunda Joshi PVGCOE Pune Pantech Solution Pvt Ltd. Prof.M. P. Bhajekar Prof.V.M.Marathe
2 One Day Workshop on 'Calibration of Electrical Measuring Instruments' for TE & SE 24-09-2016 Technical Activity 2 Hr. Mr.Vijay Dendage (M.D. Sohamm Calibration Services, Pune) Prof. Mrs. Sunita R. Kadali,
Prof. Madhuri B.Zambre
3 Hand on training of PSIM software for Power Electronics for TE 3/10/16 &4/10/16 Technical Activity 2 Hr. Mr.Yadnesh Ambekar, Sr. Engineer, Trident Techlabs Pvt.Ltd , Pune Prof.R.S. Hardas Prof. S. Mukhare
4 Workshop on “Applications of ARDUINO” SE Electrical (Ist & IInd Shift) 16/02/2017 Technical 1 Day Mr. Bharat Kumar and Mr. Bala Vignesh (Project Manager Pantech ProEd) Prof.Ms.Madhuri Zambre and Prof.Mrs. Shweta Jain
5 Workshop on L&T Switchgear Training Centre, Midc, Bhosari, Pune. For BE Students 29.03.17 to 30.3.17 Technical Mr. Narendra Kashyap M P Bhajekar

Demonstration of Final Year Projects and Their Manuals

Project-based learning is an instructional approach designed to give students the opportunity to develop knowledge and skills through engaging projects set around challenges and problems that they may face in the real world. Students are exposed to real time scenarios and up gradation in technologies.

Webinar

Various industrial/academic expert’s webinars are conducted for enhancing teaching learning process. It is in the form of online videos, virtual presentation imparting knowledge to the students. This helps in upgrading the knowledge in new technologies and recent developments.

Sr.No Name of Activity Class Action Taken Date Semester
1 Micro grid: enabling resilient and cost effective access to power TE Webinar 14/02/2017 Sem-2
2 Building a financial model for grid scale or solar Projects BE Webinar 30/06/2016 Sem-1
1 Webinar on Electrical Machines TE Webinar 18/7/2015 Sem-1
2 Webinar of FLIR Tools and Technique TE Webinar 22/7/2015 Sem-1

UG and PG Linked Project

To inculcate research culture amongst the students of UG and PG. Some of the projects are mentioned below which are executed by students of UG & PG. Research culture is developed and some motivational activities related to research like conducting Workshops, Seminars, research oriented activities are conducted regularly under Research Centre. Different identified domains of Electrical Engineering namely Power System, Control System, Electronics and Machines, Renewable Energy Sources, etc. are covered while executing the projects of UG, & PG. Apart from this, some projects contributing to social development and which are useful to the society in the field of agriculture are also covered.

Sr. No. No. of UG projects No. of PG projects Area of work
1 1 07 Study and analysis of reactive power compensation by various methos.
2 1 01 Design and Development of Biomass Based Super capacitor.
Total 02 08 02

In-House Internship

The purpose of the student internship is to provide an opportunity to seek, identify and further develop an appropriate level of professionalism. In the view of above context, students doing their in-house internship in coordination with industrial experts, gains technical competencies, knowledge, enhanced analytical and design skills as per industry standards.

Department Website:

Departmental website provides various technical literatures useful to the students for self-learning.