Department of Electrical Engineering

About Department

Department of Electrical Engineering of RCSOE is established in May 2016 and started its academic program in July 2017. Department is actively engaged in teaching and research with excellent faculty members. The department has good infrastructural facilities and is equipped with full-fledged laboratories such as Basic Electrical lab, Electrical Machines Lab- I and II, Power Electronics & Drives lab, Computer lab, Analog & Digital Electronics lab, Electrical Measurements lab, Power System lab, Switch gear and Protection lab, Control System lab, Renewable Energy System lab, High Voltage lab and Project lab. The department also has audio visual facilities like smart TV,LCD and OHP for effective teaching.

The Department faculty is a mix of industrial and academic expertise with highly qualified and experienced Professor and Associate Professor and Assistant professors holding PhD and Master degree in various domains like Control and Instrumentation, Electrical Machines, Power Systems, Computer Applications and Power Electronics. Department has well qualified lab instructors to guide students in lab.

Main aim of the department is to impart knowledge with innovative ideas to the students in the teaching-learning process. The Staff Advisors identify slow learners and give them special training to enable them to cope with the other peers in the respective class. The meritorious students are given special training on current research areas. The department prepares students for a broad range of careers in government organizations, industrial sectors, al as well as academics by including Skill development program, ethics for engineering. The program is covering the knowledge required to attempt various competitive exams that makes student eligible to work in government/private services ex. GATE tutorial program, KPIT PACE program etc. The department provides world class education facilities and guide students to cater the industrial development and economic growth of the country and become performing professionals in the international arena.

Department Highlights

  • Curriculum:- Design in association with KPIT,TSS and other industries.

  • IIT Bombay Association:- Design and developed Power system analysis virtual lab in association with IIT Bombay.

  • Collaborations :-
    Collaborated with 6 foreign Universities - student,s completed online internship with KMITEI Thailand during covid-19 pandameic.
    Colabrated with 8 Core Industries
  • University Rankers :-
    Academic Year 2018-19:- 3 students from Second year Secured rand 3rd , 6th & 9th Rank in Savitribai Phule University Exam (SPPU).
    Academic Year 2018-19:- One students from third Year secured 3rd rank in Savitribai Phule University Exam(SPPU).
  • Placements :- Academic Year 20-21 :-
    49 Out of 62 students placed in campus.
    Students Becomes Entrepreneur
    Students doing Higher Studies.
    Highest Package 9 LPA
  • Academic Year 21-22 :-
    57 Students out of 72 are placed in campus and placements drive still in process.
    till date 103 total offers
    Highest Package 9 LPA.
  • Advance Technology
    Running E-Mobility as Honors Course and Computer system as minor Course.
    Centre of Excellence in EV in association with TSS India Private Ltd is in process.
    Dedicated practical’s lab Set up for artificial Wind and Solar Power Plant. conferences.
    Regularly Conducting Hand on Workshops and Industry Visits.
  • Department Laboratries:- state of art, well equipped laboratories with excellent computational facilities.

  • Faculties Strength:- A team of highly qualified and experienced faculty members with an average experience 10+ years.

  • Publications:-4 patents and 50+ papers in national/international journals & 48 in national/international conferences.

  • Skill Based Programme:-Project Based Learning for enhancing Problem Solving Approach.

  • ICT Facilities:- Use of ICT/ Moodle /ZOOM/ Google meet for effective Teaching Learning Process.

  • Professional Body Membership :- Membership of professional bodies like IEEE, ISTE, ISLE by students and faculty members.

  • Audit Course & Elective Industry needs :- Introduction of sample Audit courses from various domains and electives as per Industry needs.

Vision-Mission

Vision of the Institute

To satisfy the aspirations of the youth force who want to lead the nation towards prosperity through techno-economic development.

Mission of the Institute

To provide, nurture and maintain an environment of high academic excellence, research, and entrepreneurship for all aspiring students which will prepare them to face global challenges maintaining high ethical and moral standards.

Vision of the Department

To develop globally competent Electrical Engineers by providing industry oriented academic environment that inculcates professional skills and ethics for techno-social benefits.

Mission of the Department

  1. To transform students into successful professionals by inculcating comprehensive knowledge of Electrical Engineering.
  2. To develop conducive environment through creativity, innovation and industry institute interaction.
  3. To encourage and enable students for higher education, research and entrepreneurship.

HOD’s Message

Dr. S. L. Chavan
Head, Department of Electrical Engineering

From The HOD Desk,

The Department of Electrical Engineering at JSPMs Rajarshi Shahu College of Engineering was established in Academic Year 2017-18 with an intake of 60 at UG. The spacious infrastructure, well equipped laboratories, academically qualified and enthusiastic faculty, innovative and project based teaching learning are the salient features of the department. The department has highly qualified team of faculty members with average experience of more than 10 years.Apart from routine academic curriculum, the department conducts several other activities like project based learning, seminars, technical workshops, skilled based activities, expert sessions etc. Department is having liaison with many industries and have industry developed electric vehicle laboratory. A six month full time industry internship is an integral part of the curriculum which gives exposure of industrial environment to the final year students. The syllabus is so designed that students are well exposed to the needs of the industry. The department continuously motivates the students for their involvement in industry- institute interaction, including social activities.

Department Faculty Members


Dr.S.L.Chavan

BE(EE)

ME (Electrical)

ME (Electrical) Ph. D


Dr.Harsha Anantwar

BE(EE)

M.E.Controll System

PhD


Dr.Sachin Argade

BE

MS (Electrical/Control System)

Ph. D


Dr. Manasi P.Deore

BE(EE)

M.Tech.(Power Electronics and Power System)

Ph.D.Electrical


Mrs. Manjusha A. Kanawade

BE(EE)

ME (Power System)


Mr. Sandeep Suresh Gaikwad

BE(EE)

M.Tech.(Power System)


Mr.Aabid Mulla

BE(EE)

M.Tech.(Electrical Power System)


Mr.R.S.Ankushe

BE(EE)

M.Tech.(Control System)


Ms.Amruta Udapurkar

BE(EE)

M.Tech.(IPS)


Ms.Rashmi A.Panherkar

BE(EE)

M.Tech.(IPS)


Surbhi Singh

B.Tech (Electrical Engineering)

M.Tech (Power Electronics & Drives )


Mrs. Komal Sagar Zope

BE(EE)

M.Tech. in Power Systems


Vasundhra Gupta

B.Tech (EEE)

M.Tech (Renewable Energy Management )

Syllabus

FY Syllabus
Fy Syllabus View
Syllabus
B.Tech Syllabus Structure View
B.Tech Honor Syllabus Structure View
FY Syllabus View
SY Syllabus View
TY Syllabus View

Laboratory

Electrical Measurement & Instrumentation Lab

Description:
Our objective is to make the students efficient enough to carry out experiments and projects independently and to achieve the ability to think in an innovative way. The aim of this lab to have hands-on practice of various instruments while studying Electrical Engineering. Under Electrical Measurement & instrumentation Lab students can perform the experiment related to the subject -Electrical Measurement & instrumentation lab.

Major equipments of lab are:
Three phase variac (440 V, 25 Amp.), Anderson's kit (0-500) mA galvanometer), Kelvin's double bridge (0-500) mA galvanometer), Loading rheostat star or delta.( 3 phase 440 volt 5 Amp), Dual trace sensitivity oscilloscope (30 Mhz, 1MV, 2 channel), Inductive load bank with switch & insulated terminals (3- phase,415 V/ 10 Amp)

Equipments:
LVDT kit, Three phase variac (440 V, 25 Amp.), Anderson's kit ((0-500) mA galvanometer), Kelvin's double bridge((0-500) mA galvanometer) etc , Loading rheostat star or delta.( 3 phase 440 volt 5 Amp), Dual trace sensitivity oscilloscope (30 Mhz, 1MV, 2 channel), Inductive load bank with switch & insulated terminals (3- phase,415 V/ 10 Amp).

Features: Students can perform the experiments based on:

  • Demonstration of working parts of various types of meter.
  • Extension of instrument range: ammeter, voltmeter, watt meter using CT & PT.
  • Measurement of active & reactive power in three phase circuit using two wattmeter methods (balanced & unbalanced loads)
  • Measurement of active & reactive power in three phase balanced circuit using one wattmeter method with two way switch.
  • Measurement of voltage, current, time period, frequency & phase angle using CRO.
  • Measurement of low resistance using Kelvin's double bridge.
  • Measurement of inductance using Anderson's bridge/ Maxwell's bridge
  • Measurement of displacement by using LVDT
  • Water level measurement
  • Calibration of Energy meter
  • Measurement of earth resistance and so on.

Area of Practical:
1 Electrical Measurement.
2 Instrumentation, Basic Electrical Engineering.

Power Electronics Lab

Description:
Under Power Electronics Lab, students can perform the experiments related to the subject - Analog and Digital Circuits, Network Analysis, Power Electronics and Advance Power Electronics.

Major equipments of lab are:
Dual channel cathode ray oscilloscope, Dual DC regulated power supply, Analog Digital trainer large bread board LCR bank, Analog Digital trainer large bread board LCR bank etc

Features: Students can perform the experiments based on:
Study of counters, ring counter and twisted ring Counter, Study of up-down counters, Op-amp as ZCD, Comparator and Schmitt trigger, Study of active filters- Low pass and high pass filters, Study of various flip-flops and verification of truth table, Assembly language Programming using 8085 (4 programs minimum based on 8 bit addition, 16 bit addition, multiplication, largest number, smallest number, ascending order, descending order), Interfacing of seven segment LED display with 8085, Static VI characteristic of SCR and TRIAC (Both), Single phase fully controlled converter with R and RL load, Single phase A.C. voltage regulator, VI Characteristic of MOSFET and IGBT (Both), DC step down chopper, Three phase AC-DC fully controlled bridge converter, Three phase voltage source inverter using 1200 and 1800 mode, Study of cascaded type multilevel inverter

Area of Practical:
1 Advance Power Electronics. 2 Analog & Digital Circuits.  3 Network Analysis

Renewable Energy Source Lab

Description:
As renewable energy is the future of the world. By considering that in our department we have set up a separate Renewable Energy Source lab. In this lab students can perform the experiments on wind energy system and solar training system. Where they can perform experiments like measuring wind speed, electricity generation by wind, electricity generation by solar pv etc.

Features:
We have one set up each for wind energy system and solar training system. Both the set ups can be used for research purpose.

Utilization:
UG

Area of Practical:
1 Renewable Energy
2 Power Quality.

Material Science and High Voltage Lab

Description:
The objective of Material Science and High Voltage laboratory is to understand various properties and characteristics of different classes of materials and To develop ability to test different classes of materials as per IS.

Major equipments of lab are:
High Voltage Transformer upto 100 KVA with Control panel, Sphere Gap Unit, Motorized Oil Testing Equipment of rating 100 KVA, Million Meg Ohm Meter, Hysteresis and BH Curve kit

Features:
Testing of all types of insulating material such as PVC, resins, polymers, Transformer Oil, Air etc under high voltage up to 100KV to check its breakdown strength so as to understand their suitability at various parts of power system. Also Students are able to measure Resistivity of High resistivity alloys, Insulation resistance of Power Capacitor, Flux density by Gauss meter and obtain hysteresis loop for ferromagnetic materials. All high voltage tests are done inside Faraday Cage to ensure safety of all students and staff from any faults or partial discharge.

Utilization:
All types of insulating material such as PVC, resins, polymers, Transformer Oil, Air are tested under high voltage up to 100KV to check its breakdown strength so as to understand their suitability at various parts of power system. Also Students are able to measure Resistivity of High resistivity alloys, Insulation resistance of Power Capacitor, Flux density by Gauss meter and obtain hysteresis loop for ferromagnetic materials. All high voltage tests are done inside Faraday Cage to ensure safety of all students and staff from any faults or partial discharge.

Area of Practical:
1 High Voltage
2 Material Science.

Electrical Machine Lab

Description:
The Objective of Electrical Machines Lab is to understand various different types of Electrical Machines such as Motor, Transformer, and Alternator etc. and to perform various tests & speed controls methods on various Electrical Machines to understand behavior of machines for particular application.

Major equipments of lab are:
Three phase variac (440 V, 25 Amp.), Single phase variac (270V, 5 Amp.), LPF & UPF Wattemeters, Three Phase Transformer, Single Phase transformer, Rectifier unit, Loading rheostat star or delta.( 3 phase 440 volt 5 Amp), Inductive load bank with switch & insulated terminals (3- phase,415 V/ 10 Amp), DC Shunt & Series motor, Three Phase Squirrel Cage & Induction motor, Three Phase Alternator coupled to shunt motor, Three Phase synchronous motor.

Utilization:
Area of Utilization -150 Sq Mtr

Area of Practical:
1 Machines I&II. 2 Electrical Technology. 3 Electrical Drives. 4 Circuit. 5 Electrical Circuit Machines.

Features: Students can perform the experiments based on:

  • O.C. and S.C. test on single phase Transformer
  • Parallel Operation of two single phase transformer with equal & unequal turns ratio.
  • Speed control of D.C. Shunt motor and study of starters.
  • Brake test on D.C. Shunt motor
  • Load test on D.C Series motor
  • Load test on 3-phase induction motor.
  • No load & blocked-rotor test on 3-phase induction motor
  • Load test on three phase synchronous motor
  • Find out voltage regulation of Alternator by EMF method, MMF method, ZPF method
  • Find out voltage regulation of Alternator by direct loading test
  • V & Inverted V curve of Synchronous motor
  • Load test on 1phase induction motor.
  • Speed control of three phase induction motor by V/F method

Electrical Control System Lab

Description:
Under Electrical Control system Lab, students can perform the experiment related to the subject – Control system-I (SY), control system-II (TY).

Major equipments of lab are : Digital storage oscilloscope, CRO, Function generator

Features:
Verification of superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem, Reciprocity theorem, Millman’s theorem, Determination of parameter of two port network, frequency response on constant K-low pass filter, frequency response on constant K-high pass filter, Determination of time response of R-L-C organise and so on.

Utilization:
Verification of superposition theorem, Thevenin’s theorem, Reciprocity theorem, Millman’s theorem, Determination of parameter of two port network, frequency response on constant K-low pass filter, frequency response on constant K-high pass filter, Determination of time response of R-L-C rganiz and so on....

Area of Practical:
1.Control System. 2.Electrical Technology. 3.Electrical Drives. 4.Circuit. 5.Electrical Circuit Machines.

Power System Lab

Description:
Lab is engaged with Power system-II for third year and PSOC for last year students, SGP for last year students. Lab manuals are available for different practical’s conducted in this laboratory. We have maintained dead stock registers which gives details of kits available and transferred kits to other department. Consumable register to update the available and new purchase components required in the lab. We have issue registers to maintain the kits issued to other laboratory or to the students for their projects. Students have facility to utilize all software and kits for their projects. This lab is also utilized for self-learning by students during free slot of lab.

Equipment:
Transmission line kit, capacitor bank, salient-pole alternator, synchronous machine, Computers for simulation. VCB, ACB, Simulation panel for differential protection of Transformer, Alternator, Induction Motor, Numerical Relay, Relay Testing Kit, and Electromechanical relay etc.

For Switchgear & Protection Lab:

  • Relay testing panel, simulation panel of differential protection of transformer, simulation panel of protection schemes of alternator, microprocessor based relay, model of miniature circuit breaker, model of moulded circuit breaker, model of vacuum circuit breaker, air circuit breaker, model of SF6 circuit breaker.

Features:
Power system and Switchgear and Protection Lab used for student’s project purpose & research purpose.

Area of Practical:
1 Switchgear & Protection. 2 Power system.

Utilization:
For Power System Lab: 

  • Measurement of ABCD parameters of a medium transmission line
  • Measurement of ABCD parameters of a long transmission line
  • Plotting of receiving end circle diagram to evaluate performance of medium transmission line
  • Study of the effect of VAR compensation using capacitor bank.
  • Static measurement of sub-transient reactance’s of a salient-pole alternator.
  • Measurement of sequence reactance’s of a synchronous machine (Negative and zero)
  • Calculation of inductance and capacitance for symmetrical and unsymmetrical configuration of transmission line using a software
  • Formulation and calculation of Y- bus matrix of a system
  • Solution of a load flow problem using Gauss-Seidal method
  • Solution of a load flow problem using Newton-Raphson method
  • Symmetrical and Unsymmetrical fault analysis of a 3-bus system
  • Simulation of HVDC system.

PLC and SCADA Lab

Description:
The PLC laboratory is setup to complement the topics studied in the automation theory course. The lab is equipped with PLC automation trainer kits and modules to enable the study of components of automation system. The students perform experiments to study the components of PLC, programming PLC, interconnection of PLC with computer and SCADA Programming. This lab is very useful for project-based learning. The purpose of this laboratory is to train the students to be familiar with the software and hardware of PLC so that they can gain enough experiences to meet the demand of the automation era.

Major Equipment:
This lab has various types of PLC along with interfacing modules to demonstrate the detailed applications of PLC and SCADA. Allen Bradley PLC, 24 V DC power supply, Proximity sensors, inductive switches, flow measurement device, Toggle switches, Indicating Lamps, Ethernet Cable, Optical sensors along with PLC trainer Kit. Temperature Control Level control Sequential Switching of motor, Ladder programming software.

Utilization:
PLC and SCADA Lab is one of the well-equipped automation LAB This lab is utilized for conducting the following course(s): PLC and SCADA laboratory TY students Project based learning for SY TY and BE students

Features:
The facilities in the laboratory enable students to build a firm background in PLC hardware as well as software. Students learn about ladder logic programming, wiring different I/O's (analog and digital) with PLC and SCADA programming. They acquire the practical skills sufficient to design and realize basic automation process

Students can perform the experiments based on:
PLC and SCADA Automation:

  • A PLC (i.e. Programmable Logic Controller) is a device that was invented to replace the necessary sequential relay circuits for machine control. The PLC works by looking at its inputs and depending upon their state, turning on/off its outputs. The user enters a program, usually via software, that gives the desired results. PLCs are used in many "real world" applications.
SCADA:
  • This is widely used in industry for Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition of industrial processes. SCADA systems are now used in the controls of ancillary systems such as cooling, ventilation, power distribution, etc. and have made substantial progress over the recent years in terms of functionality, scalability and performance.

Area of Practical:
1 PLC and Scada.  2 Artificial Intelligence.

Computer Lab

Description:
The laboratory has seven software these are used by undergraduate students for performing exercises given in various course domains. Final year students exclusively use the software for their project work.

Utilization:
UG/PG

Features:
Students perform practical’s of Operating System based on Windows 7 platform.

Area of Practical:
1 Electrical Machine Design. 2 Microcontroller. 3 Power System Analysis. 4 Power System operation and Control. 5 Numerical Method and Computer Programming.

Project Lab

Description:
Projects at third year and final year level are conducted in the lab throughout the year. Supporting hardware and software is available in the lab such as, simulation software, journal paper access and others. Students make use of available systems for conducting their in-house projects.

Events And Activities

Third Year - Workshop Report on “MATLAB for Beginners”, Academic Year 2022-23 (Semester –I)

A One week Workshop was organized for TY Electrical Engineering Students on “MATLAB for Beginners” Under Electrical Engineering Students Association(EESA). Details given Below:

Day & Date of Workshop : Monday, 1ST Aug 2022 to Friday 5th Aug 2022

No. of students Attended : 54

Workshop Coordinator : Mr. Rahul Ankushe & Ms. Amruta S. Udapurkar

Resource Person : Mr. Rahul Ankushe

Venue : Computer Lab, Electrical Dept.

Session conducted by Resource Person

Interacting With Students

Distribution of Certificates

Validatory function of MATLAB Workshop

Celebration of 75th INDEPENDENCE DAY “Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav”

Institute level event was organized by TY Electrical Engineering Students on 13th Aug,2022 Celebrated 75th Independence Day Azadi ka Amrut Mahotsav “Har Ghar Tiranga” Under Electrical Engineering Students Association(EESA). Details given Below:

Day & Date of Event : Saturday, 13TH Aug 2022

No. of students Attended : 54

Faculty Coordinator : Ms. Amruta S. Udapurkar

Venue : Electrical Dept.

For Video please follow link - https://photos.app.goo.gl/8TazS9LqP6Qm2AEy5

Students and Faculty members with guest Mr.Mane sir

EESA and NSS students with Faculty Member

Appreciated by chief guest to the performers of event

Few Glimpses of Event

Students Dance performance on patriotic song

RSCOE Rangbhumi band Performing

Induction Program for SY Electrical - Academic Year 2022-23 (Semester –I)”

Four day induction program was organized for SY Electrical Engineering Students Under Electrical Engineering Students Association (EESA). Details given Below:

Day & Date of Induction Program : Tuesday, 16th Aug 2022 to Friday, 19th August 2022

No. of students Attended : 61

Coordinator : Mr. Rahul Ankushe

Venue : Class Room No 202, Electrical Dept

Topic: Guidance from Training and Placement Officer

Resource Person: Dr.Borde Sir

Day-1 Date- 16/8/2022

Topic: Is It I am Young?

Resource Person: Aarti Madam & Mahendra Sir

Day-1 Date- 16/8/2022

Topic: Circuit Making

Resource Person: Mrs.Manjusha Kanawade / Mrs.Surbhi Singh

Day-2 Date- 17/8/2022

Topic: Man mai hai vishvas

Resource Person: Parivartan Sanstha

Day-2 Date- 17/8/2022

Topic: Street Play on topic Electrical Safety or Energy Conservation

Day-3 Date- 18/8/2022

Topic: Yoga/Meditattion Session

Resource Person: Amar Kasar Sir

Day-3 Date- 18/8/2022

Topic: Power of Spoken Words

Resource Person: Roma Madam

Day-4 Date- 19/8/2022

Topic: Session on Robo Making

Resource Person: Aksahy Shinde

Day-4 Date- 19/8/2022

Topic: Logo Making Comepetion

Resource Person: Dr.Sachin Argade, Mr.Aabid Mulla

Day-4 Date- 19/8/2022

Academic Year 2021-22 (Semester – II)

Department level event was organized by SY,TY Electrical Engineering Students on June 2,2022 celebrating “Farewell Celebration” Under Electrical Engineering Students Association(EESA). Details given Below:

Day & Date of Workshop : Thursday ,2nd June, 2022

No. of students Attended : 150

Workshop Coordinator : EESA TEAM

Hosted by : Shravika Chounde, Bhushan Jadhav

Venue : Auditorium, C building, Electrical department

Chief Guest Dr.S.P. Rao Borde, Dean Student Progression and Industry Relation and Head of department of Electrical, Dr.S.L.Chavan shared Appreciated Experience

Alumini and seniors, who shared their incredible experiences

Rangbhumi Team of RSCOE

Teachers Day Celebration - Academic Year 2022-23 (Semester –I)

Four day induction program was organized for SY Electrical Engineering Students Under Electrical Engineering Students Association (EESA). Details given Below: Department level event was organized by TY Electrical Engineering Students on 7th August 2022 celebrating “Teachers day” Under Electrical Engineering Students Association(EESA). Details given Below:

Day & Date of Induction Program : Wednesday, 7th Aug 2022

No. of students Attended : 74

Student Coordinator : EESA TEAM

Hosted by : Saloni Poddar , Bhushan Jadhav

Venue : Auditorium, C building, Electrical department

Chief guest Dr.S.P. Rao Borde sir and Head of department of first year Prof. S.M. Yadhav madam Guests invited to the event

Saraswathi Poojan

Felicitation of teachers

Dance performance

Group photo

Engineer's Day Celebration - Academic Year 2022-23 (Semester –I)

Electrical Department was organized by TY Electrical Engineering Students on 15 September celebrating “Engineer’s Day” Under Electrical Engineering Students Association(EESA). Details given Below:

Day & Date of Workshop : Wednesday,15th SEP 2022

No. of students Attended : 50

Workshop Coordinator : EESA TEAM

Hosted by : Saloni Poddar, Radhika shinde

Venue : Auditorium, C building, Electrical department

Lightening Of Lamp

Motivation Speech By HoD EE

Quiz competition

Faculty Shared memories

Appreciation token

Group Photo

Industry Visit Report - Academic Year 2022-23 (Semester –I)

Electrical Department was organized by TY, B.Tech Electrical Engineering Students on 8th OCT 2022 organized “Industrial Visit at MSETCL 400 k V Substation, Jejuri, Pune” Under Power System Module - Electrical Engineering Students Association(EESA). Details given Below:

Day & Date of Workshop : Saturday, 8th October, 2022

No. of students Attended : 99

Workshop Coordinator : EESA TEAM

Hosted by : Prof.R.A.Panherkar, M.A.Kanawade

Venue : 440k V, MSETCL, Jejuri S/S,Pune

Assistant Engineer Nevase Sir explained Introduction About Single Line Diagram

T.Y & B-Tech Group Photo

Vote of Thanks Letter

Workshop on ISO certified training on Retrofitting of ElectricVehicle

06-01-2019 - 10-01-2019

Workshop on Introduction to programming in C

16-12-2019 - 20-12-2019

Tree Plantation

10-08-2019

Workshop on Python Programming

11-09-2019 - 17-09-2019

Industrial Visit to Madhav capacitors under the subject “Material Science”

13-09-2019

Industrial Visit to “Bhira Generating Station

20-09-2019

Expert Lecture on under the subject “Material Science”

28-09-2019

Dr. Mangal Dhend
Expert Lecture on “Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation”

3/10/2019

Mr. S. M. Chaudhari
Industrial visit Suzlon Global India Ltd

26-09-2019

Students Solar Ambassador Workshop

02-10-2019

Visit to Accurate Measurement

27-07-2018

Guest Lecture on Nanotechnology

Dr. S G Kandalkar
Industrial Visit to Bharghar Hydro Power Station

Expert Lecture on Testing of Materials

Dr. Mangal H Dhend
Expert Lecture on Power Generation Technologies

Dr. V A Kulkarni
EESA Inauguration

Dr. V A Kulkarni
Mini Project competition

Expert Lecture on ADE

Expert Lecture on Electrical Measurements and Instrumentataion (EMI)

Prof. S.M.Chaudhary
Innovision Inaugeration and Solar Exhibition

Sudoku Competition

Circuit Making Competition

Traditional Day Celebration

Yoga Day 2021

21-06-2021

Mahatma Gandhi & Lal Bahadur Shastri Jayanti

02-10-2021

Eminent Speaker - Mr. Subhash Ware & Secretary - S. M. Joshi
Guest lecture on SCADA Systems

11-11-2021

Dr. S.M. Bakre
Lecture on “Distribution Management System to reduce supply restoration time”

29-11-2021

Dr. Priya Gokhale
Engineering Design and Innovation Project Exhibition

12-03-2022

Industrial Visit to Sant Tukaram Sugar Industry, Pune

12-04-2022

Industrial visit PCMC Metro Station Pune

23-04-2022

Parent’s Teacher Meeting

28-05-2022

Farewell Programme

02-06-2022

Yoga Day 2022

21-06-2022

Workshop Report on “MATLAB for Beginners”

Monday, 18th July 2022 to Friday, 22nd July 2022

Student’s Achievement

Student Achivements
Sr.No. Student’s Name  Year  Achievement
1 A. Kapse, M. Nimse, A. Bhalekar, U. Zambare BE Scopus Index - IEEE Conference paper "Design and Development of Special Purpose Machine for Sensor Hole Punching and Bracket Pasting Operation," 2021 International Conference on Computing, Communication and Green Engineering (CCGE), 2021
2 Ajinkya patkure & Sakshi Chopde TE Participated in Zeal Hackathon, Hack for Good Covid-19
3 Ajinkya patkure & Sakshi Chopde TE Organizer Hands On training of Student Solar Lamp under “Unnat Bharat Abhiyaan”
4 Sakshi Chopde TE First Prize in Paper Presentation competition at G H Raisoni College of Engineering, Pune
5 Prasad Bankar SE 3rd rank in Ideation by SPPU
6 Prasad Bankar SE 3rd rank In PCMC festival of Future Hackathon rganized by Pimpri-Chinchwad Municipal Corporation under the problem. Statement of Blockchain Based Social Token
7 Tanushri Mune TE 1st rank in Roboliga organized by PICT, Pune
8 Tanushri Mune TE Roboveda Annual Technical fest 2019 2nd Rank in National Robotics Championship.
9 Tanushri Mune TE Techfest 2020, IIT BOMBAY, MaharashtraRank – 4 th Rank in International Full throttle
10 Tanushri Mune TE Annual Technical fest 2020, Fr.Agnel Vashi , Maharashtra Rank- 1st Rank in Robosoccer 2nd Rank in Robomaze
11 Shravika Chounde TY Successfully completed Solar Energy Basics an online non-credit course authorized by The State University of New York and offered through Coursera on dated 15 June 2020.
12 Shravika Chounde TY Certificate of course completion has successfully completed Electric Power Systems an online non-credit course authorized by University at Buffalo, The State University of New York and offered through Coursera-8 June 2020.
13 Aditya Chinchawade SY Cultural Festival, Impression Dec- 17-21, 2021- Winning the 3rd prize in the event Artiskit
14 Aditya Chinchawade SY Certificate of completion for attending webinar on Innovation and Creativity on dated 5 sept 2021,Organized by JSPM RSCOE
15 Aditya Chinchawade SY Succefully completed One-Day Webinar-“Electric Vehicles- Career Opportunities”on 25th September 2021.
16 Vivek Gupta SY Appreciation Certificate for Project Exhibition conducted by Electrical Engineering Department under EESA On dated 12/3/2022.
17 Sourabh Tiwari SY Successfully completed 7th International day of Yoga on dated 8June 2022.
18 Prajwal P.Nimbokar DSY Appreciation Certificate for Project Exhibition conducted by Electrical Engineering Department under EESA On dated 12 /3/2022
19 Tejashree G, Rajguru DSY Appreciation Certificate for Project Exhibition conducted by Electrical Engineering Department under EESA On dated 12 /3/2022
20 Nikhil R. Gulhane DSY Appreciation Certificate for Project Exhibition conducted by Electrical Engineering Department under EESA On dated 12 /3/2022
21 Gaurav D. Barkale DSY Appreciation Certificate for Project Exhibition conducted by Electrical Engineering Department under EESA On dated 12 /3/2022
22 Neha Dharmik DSY Appreciation Certificate for Project Exhibition conducted by Electrical Engineering Department under EESA On dated 12 /3/2022
23 Ajit M. Nikam DSY Appreciation Certificate for Project Exhibition conducted by Electrical Engineering Department under EESA On dated 12 /3/2022
24 Harshada Chavan DSY Appreciation Certificate for Project Exhibition conducted by Electrical Engineering Department under EESA On dated 12 /3/2022
25 Dipak M.Kole DSY Appreciation Certificate for Project Exhibition conducted by Electrical Engineering Department under EESA On dated 12 /3/2022
26 Gaurav D. Barkale DSY Certificate of Appreciation For participated in KMITEL Virtual Workshop Program season 2 -2022Session of Solar Fuels: Pharmaceutical Technology on Feb 10,2022
27 Tejashree Rajguru DSY Certificate of Appreciation For participated in KMITEL Virtual Workshop Program season 2 -2022Session of Solar Fuels: Pharmaceutical Technology on Feb 10,2022
28 Nikhil R. Gulhane DSY Certificate of Appreciation For participated in KMITEL Virtual Workshop Program season 2 -2022Session of Solar Fuels: Pharmaceutical Technology on Feb 10,2022
29 Gaurav D. Barkale DSY Certificate of Appreciation For participated in KMITEL Virtual Workshop Program season 2 -2022Session of Solar Fuels: Pharmaceutical Technology on Feb 10,2022
30 Prajwal P. Nimbokar DSY Certificate of Appreciation For participated in KMITEL Virtual Workshop Program season 2 -2022Session of Solar Fuels: Pharmaceutical Technology on Feb 10,2022
31 Ajit M. Nikam DSY Certificate of Appreciation For participated in KMITEL Virtual Workshop Program season 2 -2022Session of Solar Fuels: Pharmaceutical Technology on Feb 10,2022
32 Tejashree Rajguru DSY Certificate of Appreciation For participated in KMITEL Virtual Workshop Program season 2 -2022Session of Material coating on Feb 9,2022.
33 Ajit M. Nikam DSY Certificate of Appreciation For participated in KMITEL Virtual Workshop Program season 2 -2022Session of Material coating on Feb 9,2022.
34 Gaurav D. Barkale DSY Certificate of Appreciation For participated in KMITEL Virtual Workshop Program season 2 -2022Session of Material coating on Feb 9,2022.
35 Prajwal P. Nimbokar DSY Certificate of Appreciation For participated in KMITEL Virtual Workshop Program season 2 -2022Session of Material coating on Feb 9,2022.
36 Harshada Chavan DSY Certificate of Appreciation For participated in KMITEL Virtual Workshop Program season 2 -2022Session of Material coating on Feb 9,2022.
37 Nikhil R. Gulhane DSY Certificate of Appreciation For participated in KMITEL Virtual Workshop Program season 2 -2022Session of Material coating on Feb 9,2022.
38 Dipak M. Kole DSY Certificate of Appreciation For participated in KMITEL Virtual Workshop Program season 2 -2022Session of Material coating on Feb 9,2022.
39 Tejashree Rajguru DSY Certificate of partication For in INGENIOUS’ 22 HACKATHON
40 Tejashree Rajguru DSY Participating in webinar on “Promising career; Relabilty Science & technology completing yours overseas MBA within 10days” organized by Taiwan with Chinese culture University & change gung University.
41 Tejashree Rajguru DSY Certificate of partication For Poster Making Competition organized by RSCOE, Pune
42 Tejashree Rajguru DSY Essay writing & Drawing competition Organized by electoral literacy club on occasion of “National voter’s day” Govt. College of Engg. Chandrapur on dated 14 Jan 2022.
43 Nikhil R. Gulhane DSY Certificate of partication For in the webinar on “Overseas Internship with Stipend ”Organized by EduCare Taiwan with“ Ministry Of Education Taiwan ” on dated 15/05/2022.
44 Nikhil R. Gulhane DSY Certificate of partication For in the webinar on “Social Network Analysis –Big data analysis dated 27 Feb 2022.
45 Shravika Chounde TY Certificate of MATLAB Course completion successfully.
46 Bhushan Jadhav TY Certificate of Achivment For C language Course Completion Successfully.
47 Shravika Chounde TY Certificate of course completion has successfully completed the course on "HTML Workshop" of duration 8 weeks-2022.
48 Shravika Chounde TY Appreciation Certificate for Project Exhibition conducted by Electrical Engineering Department under EESA On dated 12/3/2022

Student’s Achivement 2022-2023

ELECTRICAL E-INTERNSHIP

At King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang(KMITL),Thailand 2019-20
Akash Rathod

Topic: Battery state estimation of lithium ion battery

Yukta Patil

Topic: Partial discharge measurement

Jalinder

Topic: Simulation of different type of model using plexim software

Shital Raind

Topic: Energy management of using energy harvesting for Nanogrid System

Apeksha Ugile

Topic: Novel hybrid market price forecasting method with data clustering techniques for EV charging station application

At King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang(KMITL),Thailand 2020-21
Mr. Lokesh Deepak Shedge

Analysis of Home Electrical System Connecting Solar Power System

Ms. Tanishka Rajesh Maheshwari

Analysis of Home Electrical System Connecting Solar Power System

Ms. Sushankita Dilip Jumale

Analysis of Home Electrical System Connecting Solar Power System

Mr. Sayyar Tushar Bhagwan

Analysis of Home Electrical System Connecting Solar Power System

Ms. Aditi Kulkarni

Overviews of Condition Monitoring And Diagnosis For Transformers

Mr. Bhavesh Taklikar

Overviews of Condition Monitoring And Diagnosis For Transformers

Mr. Akshay Nandkishor Shinde

Overviews of Condition Monitoring And Diagnosis For Transformers

At King Mongkut’s Institute of Technology Ladkrabang(KMITL),Thailand 2021-22
Rutuja Manukar

Alternative energy-(piezoelectric material)
1/3/22 - 31/3-2022

Saloni Poddar

Buck boost converter
1/3/22 - 31/3-2022

Sadhana Khamari

Alternative energy –Solar Energy
1/3/22 - 31/3-2022

Parth Jadhav

High voltage transmission line
1/3/22 - 31/3-2022

Shravika Chounde

High Voltage - Analysis of symmetrical and unsymmetrical faults in power transmission lines
1/3/22 - 31/3-2022

Toppers of SE Electrical Engineering

Toppers of SE Electrical Engineering SPPU (2018-2019)
Sr.No. Name of Students SGPA
1 Badke Ketan Jaggannath 8.64
2 Bhosale Chaitali Suresh 8.38
3 Patakure Ajinkya 8.24
4 Taklikar Mugdha S 7.92
5 Shikalgar Mahiraj 7.86

Toppers of SE Electrical Engineering

Toppers of SE Electrical Engineering SPPU (2019-2020)
Sr.No. Name of Students SGPA
1 Rathod Akash Raju 9.84
2 Samrit Aditya 9.76
3 Patil Yukta 9.68
4 Prajakta Kurade 9.34
5 Anuroop Rath 9.28
6 Bankar Prasad Laxman 9.28
7 Akshata Despande 9.28

Topper of TE Electrical Engineering

Toppers of TE Electrical Engineering SPPU (2019-2020)
Sr.No. Name of Students SGPA
1 Shikalgar Mahiraj H 9.74
2 Mane Aniket Mahadev 9.2
3 Bhosale Chitali S. 8.78
4 Chaudhari Nikhil 8.72
5 Kandi Rutvija R 8.72
6 Patakure Ajinkya 8.67

Ranker's of SE Electrical Engineering

Ranker's of SE Electrical Engineering SPPU (2020-2021)
Sr.No. Name of Students Rank
1 Akash Rathod 3rd
2 Aditya Samrit 6th
3 Yukta Patil 9th

Ranker of TE Electrical Engineering

Ranker of TE Electrical Engineering SPPU (2020-2021)
Sr.No. Name of Students Rank
1 Shikalgar Mahiraj 3rd

Topper of TE Electrical Engineering

Toppers of TE Electrical Engineering (2020-2021)
Sr.No. Name of Students SGPA
1 Yukta Patil 10
2 Shubham Ingale 10
3 Anuroop Rath 10
4 Tushar Sayyar 10
5 Vina Sawant 10

Topper of BE Electrical Engineering

Toppers of BE Electrical Engineering (2020-2021)
Sr.No. Name of Students CGPA
1 Mane Aniket Mahadev 9.26
2 Badhe Ketan J. 9.15
3 Shikalgar Mahiraj H. 9.15
4 Patkhure Ajinkya Arun 8.94
5 Deshmukh Akash Sanjay 8.86
6 Taklikar Mugdha Shivshankar 8.80

Toppers List Electrical Engineering

Toppers List Electrical Engineering 2021-22 S.Y.B.TECH (SEM-I)
Rank Name of Students SGPA
1 Alane Arpita Anand 9.0
2 Jadhav Parth Hemant 8.8
3 Ekhande Vaishnavi Kumar 8.7
4 Monika Sawaleram Shinde 8.65
5 Om Naik Shrikant 8.6

Toppers List Electrical Engineering

Toppers List Electrical Engineering 2021-22 T.Y.B.TECH (SEM-I)
Rank Name of Students SGPA
1 Chande Sayali Milind 8.6
2 Jadhav Bhushan Dilip 8.5
3 Apeksha Dhanaji Patil 8.57
4 Munde Kishor Patloba 8.5
5 Bhamare Mrunal Popatrao 8.4

Student’s Association EESA(Electrical Engineering Students Association)

Objectives of Electrical Engineering Students Association

Objectives of Electrical Engineering Students Association

  1. To advance the education and social development of its members and students of the college as a whole.
  2. To represent the interests of its members and act as a channel of communication in dealing with the college and society.
  3. To promote and protect the welfare of its members and students.
  4. To promote, encourage and co-ordinate student clubs, societies, sports and social activities.

Outcomes of EESA

  1. Exposure to recent trends in Electrical Engineering.
  2. Exposure to coverage of content beyond syllabus.
  3. Improvement in technical, aptitude, presentation, leadership, management skills of students.
  4. Helps in Placement Activity.
Activities held under EESA
Sr.No. Activity held Total Count
1 Workshop 10+
2 Seminar 15+
3 Industrial visit 20
4 Social Activity 05
4 Other 10+
Total 50+

Inauguration of EESA by Mr. Narendra Kashyap, CEO, L & T Switchgear Training center:

“ELECTRIC VEHICLE” Club (EV Club)

Vision
To inspire college youth to reach their full potential in pursuing knowledge related to Electric Vehicles by providing them access to h a n d s o n activities, enthusiastic mentorship, and a supportive environment
Mission
To promote the widespread use of e-mobility in transportation sector and doing innovations in Electric Vehicle design and manufacturing process.

About us

The Electric Vehicles club serves as a place of community for students to discuss, learn about, and working on projects related to Electric Vehicles. Members of the Electric Vehicles club are offered with a range of programs and activities such as seminars, workshops, short courses, certifications, hackathon, project competitions and exposition. The club is supported by both internal and external experts who assist the students in strategizing and organizing activities that will help them knowledge and skills in Electric Vehicles.

Objectives:

  • World is experiencing a substantial shift to e-mobility. EV-Club aims to help support this transition to transportation electrification.
  • Instigating technical and technological improvements to optimize existing products to fulfill market requirements
  • To gain knowledge about EV and help to solve advanced technological problems.
  • Organizing workshop, Expert discussions to create keen interest among students through various innovative practices.
  • Collaboration with Industry experts for industry awareness & future research.

MOU's

MoU's Signed

Program Outcomes

Program Outcomes

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.

7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.

8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.

11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)

  • PSO1: To train student for identifying, analysing, designing and providing solution related to control of electrical and electronic system using modern tool.

  • PSO2: To include professional ethics, teamwork, multidisciplinary approach for the benefits of society.

  • PSO3: To prepare student for applying knowledge in solving and managing challenges related to industry and entrepreneurship.

Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

  • PEO1: Graduate will demonstrate the ability to apply knowledge of Electrical Engineering to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.

  • PEO2: Graduate will demonstrate the ability to design, implement and analyse various functional elements of Electrical Engineering domain, interpret data and work with multidisciplinary approach.

  • PEO3: Graduate will demonstrate the analytical and managerial skills with a virtue of continued learning; carry out the professional and entrepreneurial responsibilities in Electrical Engineering field considering environmental issues.

Professional Bodies

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)

Name of Faculty Coordinator:Dr.S.L.Chavan

IEEE, The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is the world's largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanityThese experiences as a higher IEEE Grade member will allow opportunities for professional development, mentorship, and personal growth.

Indian Society for Technical Education(ISTE)

Name of Faculty Coordinator:Prof.Aabid Mulla

To develop effective teachers & educational administrators. To improve instructional methods & practices & administrative usages. To enhance professional ideals & standards. To foster research as a function complementary to teaching. Major Benefits of becoming an ISTE Member is that they are joining an academic fraternity of over 1,24,000 strong professionals and eligible to participate in Chapter, Section and National Level Conferences, Workshops and other activities of their academic interest etc.

ISLE

Name of Faculty Coordinator:Prof.Rashmi A.Panherkar

The Indian Society of Lighting Engineers (ISLE) is a professional body in the field of illuminating engineering with a broad based membership of scientists, engineers, architects, academicians, researchers, designers and others interested in lighting issues. ISLE is affiliated to the CIE, the International Commission on Illumination. It is also a member of Lux Pacifica, a lighting body that represents 60% of the world's population. It is closely associated with the Bureau of Indian Standards, Bureau of Energy Efficiency, the Department of Science and Technology, the Ministry of Power, the Ministry of Non-Conventional Energy Sources and the Electrical Lamp and Component Manufacturers Association of India. Electrical Engineering Department has started ISLE Professional Chapter with two Faculties & 28 students.

Innovative Practices by faculty in Teaching & Learning

Innovative Practices
Sr.No. Name of Faculty YouTube Link
1 Aabid Mulla

Topic- Production of rotating Magnetic field in 3 phase induction Motor
https://youtu.be/5DxXBB6-Mwo

2 Manjusha Kanawade
Subject - Analog and Digital Circuit

Topic-Ring Counter & twisted ring counter
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jXQgnWs39jU

Topic-Op-amp as Schmiit Trigger
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_qGoZMxj9lU

Topic- Op-amp Triangulaver wave
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fe_NTa-RbIQ

Subject- Electrical Installation, Maintenance and Testing

Topic - Measurement of Dielectric Absorption Ratio and Polarization Index of insulation -
https://youtu.be/qkdoeXjiarc

Topic - Estimation of 11 KV Feeder & Substation -
https://youtu.be/PRf2OzHoCv4

Topic - Study trouble shooting of electrical equipment based on actual visit to repair workshop - Transformers -
https://youtu.be/HDhIGObFNSk

Topic - Study of thermograph images and analysis based on these images -
https://youtu.be/P9hsmIsv9yU

Topic - Study the various types of earthing for electrical appliances -
https://youtu.be/6FuCn_Jr9Uc

Topic - Single Line diagram of 132 or 220 or 400 kV substation (based on actual field visit) -
https://youtu.be/V3-kGM6Mxy8

3 Rashmi A.Panherkar

1. Brake Test on DC Shunt motor
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9l5FU-nPBE

2. 1 phase full wave controlled rectifier with RL Load
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cRpfFiXMMo

3. 1 phase Uncontrolled Rectifier with full wave bridge rectifier with resistive load
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IhPgQSP8kHA

4. Load Test on 3 Phase Induction Motor
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bLe9pqfAPJg

5. 1 phse uncontrolled rectifier with full wave bridge rectifier with resistive- load
https://youtu.be/IhPgQSP8kHA

6. 3 phase squirrel cage induction motor by no load and blocked rotor test.
https://youtu.be/m1WzDFtizGc

Faculty Name : Manjusha Kanawade
Virtual Power System Analysis Lab-

Faculty Name : Rahul Ankushe
Lesson taught on MATLAB - subject Control System for Better Understanding.

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