Electrical Engineering Department

Departmental Strengths
  • Modernized and State of the Art Laboratories
  • Highly Qualified Staff
  • Good blend of young & experienced staff
  • Strong Industry Institute Interaction
  • Academic calendar
  • Department well equipped with latest software
  • Regular Participation of students in Technical Activities
  • Mentorship Program
  • Remedial Coaching
  • Good Placements

  • Departmental Best Practices
  • Digital Data Management
  • Online feedback system for students
  • Regular Publication of Annual Progress report and event newsletters
  • Future Plans

    The Department of Electrical Engineering was established in 1962 and has achieved great recognition in the field of technical education with undergraduate course. Department has made conscious and concerted efforts to develop the department as centre of excellence. As a part of this many faculty have persued for PhD programs in different areas of Electrical Engineering. The department has well equipped power system related laboratories. State of the art Switch gear & protection lab was made in collaboration with L&T. The control system lab is equipped with PLC systems & MATLAB software which provides us opportunities to conduct workshops & live presentation of automation.

    The department is involved in testing & consultancy related to power systems.

    The department proposes to start PG courses soon .Also to sign MoU with many companies to develop institute industry relationship.

    The department has consistent record of 100% placement for last several years.

    To remain updated at par with present industrial scenario, the department intends to upgrade the following laboratories.

    Names of the Laboratories Appx. Investment ( Rs. in Lakhs)
    Power System & Machines Lab 25
    Power Electronics &Drives Lab 25
    Lab VIEW 20

    The upgraded infrastructure & laboratories shall help the department in achieving its goal to meet the excellence in education & research.

    Department Strength

    • Modernized and State of the Art Laboratories
    • Highly Qualified Staff
    • Good blend of young & experienced staff
    • Strong Industry Institute Interaction
    • Academic calendar
    • Department well equipped with latest software
    • Regular Participation of students in Technical/ Non technical Activities
    • Mentorship
    • Remedial Coaching
    • Good Placements

    Departmental Best Practices

    • Digital Data Management
    • Industry participation in curriculum development
    • Regular interaction with industry and faculty from reputed academic institutions
    • Online feedback system for students
    • Regular Publication of Annual Progress report

    Curriculum Highlights


    B. Tech. Programme Curriculum is designed under the guidance of

    • Industry Experts
    • Experts from Academic Institutes

    Features of Credit System

    • Basic Sciences
    • Humanities
    • Core Courses
    • Management Courses
    • Electives from Semester V
      • Professional
      • Open
    • Value Added courses
      • Technical from Department
      • Technical from Industry
      • Non Technical

    Note: For detailed scheme and course content refer the following link

    http://www.spce.ac.in/UG.php

    Activities

    Electrical Engineering Students Association (EESA) is in place.

    Many technical and Non technical activities are arranged regularly by EESA.

    PEESA faculty coordinator: Prof. Rahul Chavhan

    EESA Committee for AY 2018-2019

    Sr. No. Name of Post Student Name
    1 General Secretary Chaitanya Karande
    2 Finance Secretary Sarvesh Likhar (Reporting Authority)
    Prashant Tadge
    Mayur Ghule
    3 Technical Secretary Alkesh Mane (Reporting Authority)
    Janhavi Kakulate
    Sushant Mhetre
    4 Non-Tech Secretary Prashant Bagal (Reporting Authority)
    Bhushan Sonawane
    Nikita Bhangale
    5 Sports Secretary Pratik Gaikwad (Reporting Authority)
    Rishabh Somani
    Siddhi Dhanawade

    The following activities/ events organized by EESA during AY 2018-2019

    • Orientation programmes for FY students- Fresher’s were briefed about the college in general, the student committees and student council, different clubs representing the college at different platforms, etc.
    • Pointer and scientific calculator workshop- The students of first year were taught in depth the methods and steps of using the scientific calculator. They were also given a brief idea about how the grading is done in the CGPA system.
    • SPECTRA- The committee members were on the core committee of the annual technical fest of SPCE, SPECTRA 2019 along with other dept. committee as well as the student council members. The members of the committee were responsible for all the events organized under the Electrical department right from raising sponsorships for the events to managing and executing them. This year the members were successful in reinstating the robotics event Sumobots which was scrapped for the previous year. Other events like Robowars, SPRC, Robosocce , etc were hugely successful.
    • EESA Cup- EESA cup 2019 was the annual sports event of the committee where all four classes of the department competed in various indoor and outdoor sports events for the trophy. All the popular sports like Cricket, Football, Volleyball, Throw ball, carom, chess as well as computer games like counter strike were organized under the EESA cup and the third year emerged as the overall winner of the Cup.

    EESA committee for AY 2019-2020

    Sr. No. Name of Post Student Name
    1 General Secretary Alok Kumar Yadav
    2 Finance Secretary SLalit Suryavanshi (Reporting Authority)
    Aditi Popalghat
    3 Technical Secretary Tarang Bhavishi (Reporting Authority)
    Kapil Kakar
    Mubeen Kandekari
    4 Non-Tech Secretary Rutuja Patil (Reporting Authority)
    Rohit Wankhede
    5 Sports Secretary Prasanna Katkar (Reporting Authority)
    Ankit Deore
    Bhumika Chopade

    Various workshops/ guest lectures/industry visits organized for students

    Sr. No. Activity Duration No.Beneficiary
    From To
    1 Beginners Guide to Python 14/04/2018 15/04/2018 25
    2 Guest Lecture: Experience in Smart Grid Implementation 20/04/2018 -- 59
    3 Industry Visit: L & T Electrical and Automation Mahape 20/04/2018 28
    4 Beginners Guide to Android Development 28/04/2018 -- 35
    5 Beginners Guide to Python 01/09/2018 02/09/2018 38
    6 Guest Lecture:16 & 32 bit processors 05/09/2019 -- 06
    7 Workshop: Advanced Processor 06/10/2019 -- 41
    8 Guest Lecture: Switchgear and Protection (L & T) 08/10/2019 -- 31
    9 Guest Lecture: Power System Oscillations monitoring using WAMS 09/10/2019 -- 12
    10 Workshop: Android Application Development 13/10/2019 14/10/2019 35
    11 Discussion on Effectiveness of MERC 14/01/2019 29
    12 Workshop: Introduction to Electronic hardware design with PCB layout 19/01/2019 20/01/2019 23
    13 Guest Lecture: Combined cycle gas based power plant by Mr. V.B. Agashe 06/032019 32
    14 Essential for NX designers 29/07/2019 02/08/2019 10
    15 Workshop on LATEX 28/08/2019 -- 30
    16 Workshop on 16 and 32 bit processor 28/08/2019 34

    Department faculty regularly attends the workshop/ training/ conferences.

    Sr. No. Activity Duration Name of Faculty
    From To
    1 CEP course: IT Enabled learning for STEM 10/09/2018 12/09/2018 Ms. Ushma Shah
    2 CEP course: Electromagnetic fields and waves: Pedagogy and computation at IITB 12/11/2018 16/11/2018 Mr. Vishal Dake
    3 CEP Course: Scientific computing with Python for Electrical Engineers at IITB 11/02/2019 15/02/2019 Dr.Swati Lavand
    Dr. S. Daingade
    4 Electromagnetic Fields and Waves: Theory and Applications at IITB 01/07/2019 05/07/2019 Dr. A. Sabnis
    Ms. Sumbul Abidi
    Ms. Matilda Justin
    5 Teaching Pedagogy for Engineering Education at fr. Agnel Vashi 24/06/2019 28/06/2019 Dr S. Daingade
    Ms. Prajakta Joshi
    6 Guest Lecture on Health Wellness Literacy by Dr. Lata Joshi 16/08/2019 -- Department Faculty
    7 Consumer Electronic Product Design, testing, Reliability and Patenting 01/07/2019 13/07/2019 Dr. B. B. Pimple
    Dr. N. W. Kinhekar
    Mr. N. G. Bhitre
    8 Linear Algebra at IITB 18/11/2019 22/11/2019 Dr. S. Daingade
    Dr. Swati Lavand
    9 Conference INSULEC 2019 21/08/2019 22/08/2019 Dr. B. B. Pimple
    Dr. N. W. Kinhekar
    Mr. N. G. Bhitre

    The Department Supporting Staff is motivated to attend various workshops

    Sr. No. Activity Duration Name of Supporting Staff
    From To
    1 Workshop on Civil Defense 06/04/2018 -- Mr. Nilesh Pujari
    Mr. Rajendra Govalkar
    Mr. Santosh Shelar
    Mr. Vinod Tambvekar
    Mr. Israr Saudagar
    Mr. Tanveer Diwan
    Mr. Pravin Ambokar
    2 Personal Effectiveness for Enhancement of day to day work 14/02/2019 15/02/2019 Mr. Nilesh Pujari
    Mr. Tanveer Diwan
    3 Planning and Execution of work 01/12/2018 -- Mr. Nilesh Pujari
    4 Enhancement of Work Productivity at 14/11/2019 16/11/2019 Mr. Nilesh Pujari
    Mr. Israr Saudagar
    Mr. Tanveer Diwan

    GATE

    Academic Year 2017-18 2018-19
    No. of Students Qualified 14 19

    Higher Studies

    Academic Year 2017-18 2018-19
    No. of Students 5 6 (MS), 5 (MBA)

    Awards/ Achievements

    • Excellent Paper AWARD by IRAJ RESEARCH FORUM TO MS. NEHA AKODE, MS. ALISHA GEDAM, MS. VIDHI JAIN, MR. ANKUR SINGHANJUDE AY 2017-2018
    • FIRST RANK IN VJTI ROBOTICS CHALLENGE :S. Y. B. TECH STUDENTS (MR. AYUSH SAGATIYA, MR. PRANAV KUMBHAR, MR. TARANG BHAVISHI, MR. RAHUL JHA, MS. DIVYA SHAH, MR. ADITYA BAKSHI) AY 2018-2019
    • SECOND RANK IN INTERNATIONAL ROBOTICS CHALLENGE (IITB): S.Y./ T. Y. B.TECH STUDENTS (MR. RUTWIK RATHOD, MR. AKASH JADHAV) AY2018-2019
    • SELECTION AT STATE LEVEL ELOCUTION COMPETITION ON ENERGY CONSERVATION (MS. SAIPRABHA MITTAL) AY 2018-2019
    • SELECTION AT STATE LEVEL ELOCUTION COMPETITION ON ENERGY CONSERVATION (MS. SAIPRABHA MITTAL) AY 2018-2019

    RESULT ANALYSIS AY 2018-2019

    Sr. No. Electrical Class Passing %
    1 F. Y. B. Tech. 59.09
    2 S. Y. B. Tech. 74.29
    3 T. Y. B. Tech. 87.32
    4 B. Tech. 97.10
    5 M. Tech. First Year 69.23
    6 M. Tech. Second Year 100

    Meritorious Students

    Name of Student AY 2018-19
    F. Y. B. Tech. 1. PHONDKE SIDDHI RAMCHANDRA
    2. YADAV VIKAS CHHOTELAL
    3. BHAYANI VEDANT SANJA
    S. Y. B. Tech. 1. BAVISHI TARANG KANUBHAI
    2. DIVYA SHAH
    3. RADHIKA GANESH
    T. Y. B. Tech. 1. MANI RISHABH SANJAY
    2. MUNDYE ADESH KASHINATH
    3. ROHIT RAMAKRISHNAN
    B. Tech. 1. NIDHI SRIDHAR
    2. MADHAVI SURABHI RAMCHANDRA
    3. KORDE KSHITIJ VIJAY

    Faculty Achievements

    1. Dr. Kinhekar received POSOCO Power System Award – in 2017 for his research work in the area of Power System
    2. Dr. Swati A. Lavand received POSOCO Power System Award – in 2018 for her research work in the area of Power System
    3. Dr. Sangeeta Daingade received Mumbai University Minor Research Grant of Rs 35,000/- for the project “DSP based control of SRM”

    Industry Meet

    • One day program “Interaction with Industry” was conducted on Feb 09,2019 from 9.00am-5.30pm. with Department of Civil Engineering
    • The participation was from various industries such as Akers solution, L & T, Siemens, Godrej, Toyo Engineering, Adani, Bharat Gas, POSOCO, Asian paints etc.
    • The faculty from our institute and our mentee institute Government Engineering. College, Rewa were participated in the same. The programme was conducted in following four sessions:

        Opportunity for staff and students in Industry.

        During this session Mr. P. N. Jumale, BOAT had discussed various ways to increase internship opportunity for students. He also discussed how faculty can develop association with industry which can be used for individual growth, students’ benefits.Bridging gap between industry and academia

        In this session, two lectures were arranged.

        In the first lecture, Dr. H. A. Magalvedhekar discussed how academic institute can increase industry interaction by utilising the available funds and man power with explaining such growth in other institutes

        In the second session, Mr. Charles S. discussed his experience while bridging the gap between industry and academia.

        Industry role in curriculum development

        In this session, industry expert from Electrical subject board Mr. Hemant Kudtarkar conducted brain storming session on current scheme and course contents and what changes are required in the same so that students will be industry ready

        Feedback from alumni working in industry

         Mr. Vaibhav Patwardhan, alumni and working in Siemens since 2011 had coordinated this session. He mainly discussed how the students can be prepared for employability. He also discussed how alumni can help institute for the benefits of students.

     

    Workshops from Industry experts in AY 2018-2019

    • Beginners Guide to Python
    • Beginners Guide to Android Development
    • Introduction to Electronic hardware design with PCB layout
    • Essential for NX designers

    Guest Lectures from Industry experts in AY 2018-2019

    • Experience in Smart Grid Implementation
    • Switchgear and Protection
    • Power System Oscillations monitoring using WAMS
    • Combined cycle gas based power plant
    • Discussion on Effectiveness of MERC

    Visits

    1. L & T Electrical and Automation, Mahape visit for B.Tech. students on 20/04/2018
    2. Govardhan Eco villege, Palghar for T. Y. B. Tech students on 29/03/2019
    3. POSOCO visit for B. Tech. students POSOCO visit for B. Tech. students on 12/04/2109

    Projects with Industry/ BARC/ Academic Institutes

    Project Title Will be completed in association with
    Features & Configuration of Chandrapur-Padghe HVDC Project and DC Line Faults Analysis For VSC Based  HVDC Transmission Line Padighe Power Plant
    Multiport DC-DC converter for interfacing PV  to Grid tied Cascaded Hbridge converter IIT Bombay
    Advance Automatic Under frequency Load Shedding POSOCO
    Power quality enhancement using sliding mode controlled dynamic voltage restorer College of Engineering Pune
    Designing of high Frequency induction heating system powering nuclear fuel system BARC
    Order Analysis Technique For Health Monitoring of High Speed Rotating machine BARC
    Field Shaper material optimisation in Electromagnetic Forming BARC
    Design and development of openable electromagnetic coil BARC
    Design Considerations and Simulations of Parallel Operation of Six Pulse Converter Using Interphase Transformer BARC
    Design, Study, Analysis and Implementation of Six-Pulse Thyristorised Rectifier using Digital Controller. BARC
    Design and Simulation with hardware implementation of SiC based DC current source for DC CT calibration BARC

    Internship/Placement

    The information is available at

    http://www.spce.ac.in/placement.php

    MoU

    The department has MoU with Power System Operation Corporation Limited (POSOCO) in AY 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 for technical activities such as training, guest lectures, visit, essay completion, projects.

    Faculty Publications
    Sr. No. Faculty Name Journal Conference Articles/Book Chapter Total
    International National International National
    1 Dr.B.B. Pimple 01 - 04 01 - 06
    2 Dr.Anupa Sabnis 02 00 10 01 01 14
    3 Dr.Rahul Dahatonde 04 01 01 01 01 08
    4 Ms.Sangeeta Daingade 04 - 09 01 - 15
    5 Dr.N.W.Kinhekar 02 - 06 01 - 09
    6 Mr. Nitin Bhitre - - 02 - - 02
    6 Ms. Swati Lavand 01 - 02 - - 03
    7 Megha Fernandes 00 00 04 01 -- 05
    8 Mrs. Ushma Shah 00 00 01 00 -- 01
    9 Mr. Rahul Chavhan 02 00 04 01 -- 06
    10 Mrs. Prajakta Joshi 00 00 01 00 -- 01
    11 Mrs. V. P. Joshi 00 00 00 03 -- 03
    12 Ms. Matilda J. 00 00 01 00 -- 01
    13 Ms. Vishal Dake 03 00 06 00 -- 09
    Total 75

    Projects UG AY 2018-2019

    • Integration of two renewable energy sources
    • Single unit integration of VAWT and MPPT solar generation
    • Control of BLDC motor
    • Run time ripple measurement for regulated power supply
    • IOT based farm system
    • Monitoring micro sleep event using eye tracking
    • Railway track fault detection using GPS and GSM
    • Demand forecasting
    • Piezo electric power generation using foot steps
    • Fault location estimation using PMU
    • Upscale of text data
    • Transmission lines using SVCS
    • IOT baseD energy meter
    • EEG based experimental psychology
    • Automatic power factor correction using system connected to grid
    • Solar based air conditioner

    Projects UG AY 2019-2020

    • IMPROVED POWER CONDITIONING SYSTEM OF MICRO HYDRO POWER PLANT
    • SMART SOLAR AC GENERATION
    • SOFT STARTER FOR THREE PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR
    • SINGLE PHASE TO THREE PHASE CONVERTER
    • ORDER ANALYSIS TECHNIQUE FOR HEALTH MONITORING OF HIGH SPEED ROTATING MACHINE
    • ENVIRONMENT MAPPING ROBOT
    • WIRELESS CHARGING AND BATTERY POWER MANAGEMENT IN ELECTRIC VEHICLES
    • SURVILLANCE OF SUBSTATION USING ATOMATED ROBOT CAR
    • AUTOMATION OF GLASS CRUSING MACHINE
    • AUTOMATION OF SUBSTATION
    • SOLAR HYBRID BICYCLE
    • SOLAR AGRICULTURE PUMP
    • OBJECT DETECTION USING AUTOMATED ROBOT
    • SMART FARMING
    • POWER GRID CONTROL USING GSM MODEM
    • IMPLEMENTATION OF RELAY ALGORITHM USING ANALOG INTERFACE KIT
    • HAND GESTURE CONTROL FOR ROBOT
    • 3 D OBJECT RECONSTRUCTION FROM 2 D VIDEO FRAME
    • DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF BLDC MOTOR FOR DC OPERATED MIXER GRINDER
    • DUEL AXIS SOLAR TRACKER USING ARDUINO UNO
    • UNDERGROUNG CABLE FAULT DISTANCE LOCATION
    • DESIGN AND TESTING OF MULTISTAGE BOOST CONVERTER
    • DESIGN AND ANALYSIS OF 16 BIT QPSK
    • AUTOMATIV WASTE SEGREGATOR

    Projects PG AY 2018-2019

    • Study of PV inverter and design of the inverter for reactive power compensation
    • Battery Charging In Electric Vehicle Using ZVS Interleaved AC-DC Boost PFC Converter
    • Analysis of microgrid- Solar PV system and wind system for grid connected mode
    • Relay settings and co-ordination by using Etap software
    • Comparison & simulation of mppt's for solar - wind hybrid stand -alone generation systems
    • Bi-directional Z-Source DC circuit breaker
    • Modelling , Analysis and hardware implementation of grid connected PV system with energy management scheme
    • Automatic event detection and event instance identification using wide area measurement system in power system
    • Analysis and Categorization of grid incidents and grid disturbances in western region
    • Modelling and Analysis of 20KW DC/DC isolated converter for e_charging station of electrical vehicle
    • 300 Amp Static Transfer Switch(STS) for an Uninterrupted Power Supply
    • Analysis and diagnosis of electromagnetic forming
    • A simple active and reactive power control for application of single phase electric spring
    • Transmission line voltage and current unbalance limit validation using synchrophasor technology.
    • Cascade H bridge multilevel inverter for induction motor drive
    • A Multi-port converter based Power Electronic interface for Electric Vehicle
    • Three phase PWM rectifier with integrated battery for automotive applications
    • Position sensorless control system for Switched Reluctance motor

    Projects PG AY 2019-2020

    • Design of BLDC motor driver to Reduce Torque Ripple using Single DC current sensor
    • Features & Configuration of Chandrapur-Padghe HVDC Project and DC Line Faults Analysis For VSC Based  HVDC Transmission Line
    • Multiport DC-DC converter for interfacing PV  to Grid tied Cascaded Hbridge converter
    • Advance Automatic Under frequency Load Shedding
    • Power quality enhancement using sliding mode controlled dynamic voltage restorer
    • Designing of high Frequency induction heating system powering nuclear fuel system
    • Modelling, analysis and hardware implementation of 20kW dual active bridge converter for electric vehicle charging
    • Field Shaper material optimisation in Electromagnetic Forming
    • Design Considerations and Simulations of Parallel Operation of Six Pulse Converter Using Interphase Transformer
    • Design and development of openable electromagnetic coil
    • Design, Study, Analysis and Implementation of Six-Pulse Thyristorised Rectifier using Digital Controller.
    • Design and Simulation with hardware implementation of SiC baased DC current source for DC CT calibration

    Conference

    Courses Conducted

    Sr. No. Date Name of the Course Industry Person/Faculty
    1 18/12/2014 19/12/2014 Basics of LabVIEW programming for engineers Prof.P.V.Kasambe (S.P.I.T, Andheri) Prof.D.S.Sawant (M.P.I.T, Mumbai)
    2 19/02/2015 21/02/2015 Applications of Embedded Systems in Microcontroller Pawankumar L. Fakatkar (Jubilant Technologies)
    3 13/05/2015 15/05/2015 Microcoprocessor Prof. Smapada Pinge Prof. Anupa Sabnis
    4 12/09/2015 Introduction to MATLAB Mr. Pawankumar Fakatkar (Jubilant Technologies ) & Prof P.V. Kasambe (S.P.I.T, Andheri)

    Lectures Delivered

    Activities of EESA

    Sr. No. EVENT DATE Description

    1.

    Inauguration of the Committee

    11th August,2014

    Inauguration by Mr. Vinod Sadavarte

    2.

    Seminar on “Importance Of Electrical Engineering”

    11th August,2014

    Seminar By Mr. Vinod Sadavarte

    3.

    Scientific Calculator Workshop

    22nd August, 2014.

    Workshop to teach FE students to use scientific calculator

    4.

    Treasure Hunt

    22nd August,2014

    Fun Event for students

    5.

    Teacher's Day

    5th September,2014

    Teachers Day Celebrations

    6.

    Guest Lecture on 'Technical Paper Presentation

    19th September,2014

    Guest Lecture by Dr. Dhananjay Kalbande

    7.

    Seminar on “Share market”

    27th September,2014

    Seminar was conducted by Ashok Jainani

    8.

    Technical Workshop on Eagle Software

    14th January,2015

    Workshop to teach Eagle software to students

    9.

    Guest Lecture

    12th February,2015

    Guest Lecture by Dr. Ambarish Bhatt

    10.

    Technical Workshop on 8051 uC

    19th & 21st February,2015

    Students were taught how to use 8051 uC for their embedded system projects

    11.

    Seminar on “ Challenges of power sector”

    23 rd February,2015

    Seminar was conducted by Mr. Vijay Sonawane

    12.

    Technical Quiz

    24th March,2015

    A Quiz was conducted for all the students.

    13.

    Seminar on ‘competitive exams’

    20th March,2015

    Seminar was conducted by the final year students Dhruvin Gosar and Aditya Zade

    14.

    EESA sports

    1st,2nd,3rd and 4th April,2015

    Sports events were conducted for all the students

    15.

    Industrial visit

    14th April,2015

    A visit was conducted to Siemens, Transformer Factory, for the third year students.

    Students Achievements

  • Following are GATE ranks for GATE 2016

        1. Vaibhav Bhosale AIR 71

        2. Aditya Zade AIR 15

        3. Muklul Patharde AIR 420

        4. Kartiuk Gayakwad AIR 1290

        5. Anjali Thorat AIR 1498

  • Vidhi Jain from TY B. Tech. won 1st prize in VRC Technovanza '15
  • A group of 4 students from the department won first prize for IET NICE 2015. (Rahul, Prakhar and Alok and Vatsal).
  • Total 20 students are working on SIX ONGOING PROJECTS under innovation networking under TEQIP with ICT.
  • Rahul Kamath and his team won first prize in IET Karmaveer Exopo national level working model project competition.
  • Prakhar Mehta :

        1.GRE score 324/340     2.TOEFL score 116/120

        Got admit in ETH ZURICH in Switzerland for Renewable Energy.

  • Tejas Kopte and team along with Ad-hoc teacher Deepti bansod won the prize for their presentation on Energy Conservation project

        competition at Dahanu Thermal power Station on 4th Feb 2016

  • SPCE team participated ABU ROBOCON competition and got rank 20.
  • Students Persuing For Higher Studies

  • Ms. Utkarsha Barate

        M.Tech (Power System) National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirapalli

  • Ms. Sampada Sahare

        M.Tech (Power System) National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirapalli

  • Dhruvin Gosar

        PGDM in Finance S P Jain Institute of Management and Research

  • Jitu Chaudhari

        MS in Engineering Management Northeastern University, Boston

  • Gopalkrishnan Iyer

        MS Electrical and Computer Engineering Drexel University, Philadelphia, USA

  • Namra Patel

        MMS Pursuing Jamnalal Bajaj Institute of Management Studies

  • Meritorious Students

    Merit No. Name of Student
    First Year B. Tech.
    1 Gholap Pavan Bharat
    2 Surve Uddhav Ramchandra
    3 Srivastava Arti Ramannath
    Second Year B. Tech.
    1 Upadhyay Abhishek
    2 Gogate Madhura Vinayak
    3 Acharya Sameer
    Third Year B. Tech.
    1 Karat Nikita Pradip
    2 Deshmukh Parikshit Vijay
    3 Thorat Anjali Rajendra
    Final Year B. Tech.
    1 Amala Thomas
    2 Kurminla Venkatesh Dhananjay
    Patil Swati Ramesh
    3 Sadavarte Pranita Vinod
    M. Tech. Electrical (PE & PS)
    1 Gaikwad Ninad
    2 Sabat Millan J.
    3 Shah Urmi Pankaj

    Introduction

    The Department strives to offer its students excellent instructional and educational opportunities in electrical engineering, thus providing a durable technical foundation in an environment of rapid technical change. In this process, it enables and promotes their professional growth through contact with best professional practice. The department thus tries to play a role of resource and technical leadership in a national level development activities. It is possible if major players in the game that is faculty, infrastructure and industry are well equipped.

    Sr. No Programme Started in Intake
    1 B. Tech (Electrical) 1962 60
    2 M. Tech (Power Electronics and Power System) 2014 18
    3 Ph. D. 2018 10

    Vision

    Department of Electrical Engineering aspires to produce socially responsible and dedicated electrical engineer by providing conceptual learning that enhances research based activities.

    Mission

    • To educate through classroom teaching along with intensive practical activities and promote academic excellence with the help of expertise in different fields of Electrical Engineering from industries and academic institutes.
    • To promote innovative ideas through seminars and projects.
    • To bring awareness of social responsibilities as an Electrical Engineer

    PO / PEO

    Programme Educational Objectives

    I.The students will have the skills and expertise in the area of Electrical Engineering with sound foundation, essential engineering fundamentals and latest developments in the field of Electrical Engineering.
    II.The students will become proficient in engineering and communication skills eventually leading them to higher studies in various disciplines of Electrical Engineering.
    III.The students will have skills to participate effectively in design and implementation of multidisciplinary projects.
    IV.The students will be lifelong learners respecting professional ethics.

    Programme Outcomes

    I.Demonstrate the real world engineering problems and techniques necessary to formulate, analyze, and solve.
    II.Demonstrate the ability to design and conduct experiments, interpret and analyze data, and report results.
    III.Demonstrate an ability to function on engineering and science research projects, as well as on multidisciplinary industrial projects.
    IV.Demonstrate the ability to design electrical systems that meets desired specifications or requirements.
    V.Comprehend issues / problems in various domains of electrical engineering.
    VI.Demonstrate an understanding of professional & ethical responsibilities.
    VII.Be able to communicate effectively.
    VIII.Develop an ability of adapting to the latest developments in software, equipments or technology in the field of Electrical Engineering.
    IX.Develop an ability of self-education and understand the value of life-long learning.
    X.Demonstrate an awareness of contemporary issues and assess the impact of engineering on society.
    XI.Produce skilled graduate engineers with goodwill for humanity.

    Program Outcome

    The graduates will be able to:

  • Apply knowledge of science, mathematics and engineering.
  • Conduct experimental investigation and interpret the results.
  • Design Civil Engineering systems with realistic constraints keeping focus on socio-economic benefits.
  • Work effectively as an individual as well as team member.
  • Identify, investigate, analyse and formulate safe design for Civil Engineering problems.
  • Practice profession with ethics and responsibility.
  • Communicate effectively in work environment.
  • Recognize the need for lifelong learning to assimilate technological advances.
  • Contribute to the solution of contemporary issues for sustainable development.
  • Use equipment, techniques, modern engineering tools and software necessary for engineering practice.
  • Internship Training

    Every year around hundreds of students underwent internship training. These trainings benefit the students by making them aware of the trends/activities carried out in an industry and will make them job ready. Such students can contribute more effectively in classroom teaching with their views, knowledge, experiences gained in industry.

    Industrial Visit

    Industrial Visit is a part of college curriculum. With an aim to go beyond academics, industrial visit provides students with an opportunity to learn practically through interactions, working methods and employment practices. In every academic year our department arranges various industrial visits in order to provide them the exposure to recent technologies which have emerged and help them to co relate the theoretical knowledge with the practical knowledge.

    Expert Lectures Arranged Under TEQIP

    Academic Year 2014-15

    Sr. No. Date Topic Name of the person Industry/Academia Class
    1. 17/04/2015 Switchgear and Protection Ms. Medha Pandit L and T T.Y.B.Tech.
    2. 01/04/2015 Smart Grid Dr. Karandikar K. J. Somaiya College of Engineering B. Tech.
    3. 09/04/2015 Applied Non linear Control Prof. M. D. Patil Vivekananda College M.Tech.
    4. 13/09/2014 Modeling and analysis of Electrical Machines Mr. Ashwin Damle Nayak Power Systems M.Tech.
    5. 12/09/2014 Modeling and analysis of Electrical Machines Dr. Sushma Wagh VJTI, Matunga M.Tech.
    6. 22/09/2014 Modeling and analysis of Electrical Machines Prof. Bindu R. FCRIT, Vashi M.Tech.
    7. 29/04/2015 Renewable energy resources Dr. Roshini Easow St. John College of Engineering and Technology B.Tech.
    8. 08/11/2014 SCADA Mr. Vikrant Sankhe IBM M.Tech.
    9. 18/09/2014 Project Management Mr. Tejas Sura IET, Tech Dias B.Tech.
    10. 10/08/2014 First MONORAIL Mr. A.K. Das IET, Tech Dias B.Tech.

    The industrial projects benefits the students by making them aware of the trends/activities carried out in an industry and will make them job ready. The students can contribute more effectively in classroom teaching with their views, knowledge and experiences gained in industry. List of industrial projects is as follows.

    Group No. Name of the Students Project Topic Guide Name of Industry
    1 Rohan Jalgaonkar, Rohit Dukhande, Suvedh Jaywant & Vaibhav Fere Efficient method of load flow studies for distribution systems Ms. Vidyullata Joshi TOYO Engineering India Ltd.
    2 Priyanka Jethe, Pooja Pangarkar, Harshali Sawant & Gauri Wagh Online monitoring of dissolved gas in transformer.
    Ms. Prajakta Joshi
    HVDC, Padghe
    3 Shrikant Chinchole, Pranita Sadavarte, Utkarsha Barate & Sampada Sahare Process planning and implementation in testing of switchboard panel Ms. Hemlata Rao Siemens, Kalwa
    Group No. Name of the Students Project Topic Class
    1 Krunal Chaudhari, Vaibhav Bhosale Micro-channel reactors for highly pressurized and exothermic reactions T.Y. B.Tech. Electrical
    2 Krunal Chaudhari, Rahul Kamath Bio-sensors for detection of pesticides in water T.Y. B.Tech. Electrical
    3 Krunal Chaudhari, Pratik Hirani, Prakhar Mehta
    VaibhavBhosale, Harsh Gosar, Rahul Kamath
    Microwave assisted micro-reactor systems T.Y. B.Tech. Electrical
    4 VaibhavBhosale, Pratik Hirani, Rahul Kamath
    Prakhar Mehta, Harsh Gosar
    Microwave Reactor T.Y. B.Tech. Electrical
    5 Prasad Hadawale ,Jay Kshirsagar, Nayan Bagale Pyrolysis system for conversion of plastic waste to useful chemicals T.Y. B.Tech. Electrical
    Sr.No Name Of Faculty Title Lecture Dates
    1 Ms. Medha Pandit Switchgear and Protection 17/04/2015
    2 Dr. Karandikar Smart Grid 01/04/2015
    3 Prof. M. D. Patil Applied Non linear Control 09/04/2015
    4 Mr. Ashwin Damle Modeling and analysis of Electrical Machines 13/09/2014
    5 Dr. Sushma Wagh Modeling and analysis of Electrical Machines 12/09/2014
    6 Prof. Bindu R. Modeling and analysis of Electrical Machines 22/09/2014
    7 Dr. Roshini Easow Renewable energy resources 29/04/2015
    8 Mr. Vikrant Sankhe SCADA 08/11/2014
    9 Mr. Tejas Sura Project Management 18/09/2014
    10 Mr. A.K. Das First MONORAIL 10/08/2014
    Sr.No Name Of Faculty Title Lecture Dates
    1 Mr. Sudhir Bhagwat Design of switchgear cables 3/11/2015
    2 Prof. Anupa Sabnis Microprocessor based relays 30/10/2015
    3 Mr. Shashank Kanade, Design of switchgear cables 27/10/2015
    4 Mr. Hemant Kudtarkar, Design of switchgear cables 16/10/2015
    5 Prof. B.B. Pimple Inverter connection to grid 16/10/2015
    6 Mr. Bharat Kadam Energy auditing 12/10/2015
    7 Mr. Nikhil Diviker basics of illumination engineering 12/10/2015
    8 Abhijit Kadam Space Vector Modulation 29/9/2015
    Sr. No Laboratory Name Laboratory In charge Faculty Room No.
    1 Basic Electricity and Electronics Dr. Sangeeta Daingade
    Prof. Sumbul Abidi
    127
    2 Electronics circuits Prof. V. P. Joshi 17
    3 Digital Electronics Prof. Ushma Shah 124
    4 Computational Laboratory Dr. Anupa Sabnis 134
    5 Electrical Machines Dr. B. B. Pimple
    Dr. N. W. Kinhekar
    43
    6 Power Electronics Prof. Prajakta Joshi 14A
    7 Microprocessor/ Electronics Design Prof. Matilda Justin
    Prof. Rahul Chavhan
    126
    8 Switchgear and Protection Dr. Swati Lavand 43A
    9 Electrical Measurement/ Workshop Prof. Vishal Dake 125A
    10 PLC Dr. Sangeeta Daingade 133B
    11 Renewable Energy Prof. Remadevi C. 43
    12 Project Room Prof. Prajakta Joshi 14B
    13 M. Tech Hardware Prof. Vishal Dake 125B
    14 M. Tech Software Prof. Remadevi C. 133A

    This year equipments are received under TEQIP procurements in various labs. Some of them are:


    Renewable Energy Lab is developed under TEQIP procurements in the academic year 2014-15. Some of the equipments are as below



    Communication Lab is modified under TEQIP procurements in the academic year 2014-15. Some of the equipments are as below:



    Microcontroller lab is modified under TEQIP procurements in the academic year 2014-15 with trainer kit of MicroElektronica Microcontroller with Micro Pro for 8051.



    Analog Electronics Lab is modified under TEQIP procurements in the academic year 2014-15 with electronics instruments for measurement and observation.



    Switchgear Lab is modified under TEQIP procurements. Some of the equipments are as below:

    Alumni Corner

  • Dr. Mangalvedekar from VJTI is a subject board member.
  • Mr. Nadkar from Aker Solution is BOG member.
  • Guest Lecture by Mr. Sadavarte who is one of the parents of final year student.
  • Board of studies comprises of 5 members apart from internal members. Out of these five, two are our (electrical) alumni,     one Mr. Hemant Kudtarkar from Toyo & the other Prof Dr. V. Mangalwedhekar from VJTI
  • Mr. Hemant Kudtarkar also contributed for final year B. Tech. Project in TOYO
  • Our alumni 2008 batch Pralay and Priyanka working in Siemens helped us for arranging I.V.
  • Medha Pandit from L & T who is also one of our alumni has taken a guest lecture on the topic air circuit breaker for TE students
  • Alumni Meet Report

    Courses Attended by Electrical Engineering Faculty

    Sr. No. Name of Faculty Courses/Workshops/Seminars Attended
    1 V.P. Joshi 3
    2 B.B. Pimple 1
    3 Anupa Sabnis 2
    4 Remadevi C. 2
    5 Rahul Dahatonde 5
    6 Sangeeta Daingade 2
    7 N.W. Kinhekar 2
    8 N.G. Bhitre 1
    9 Prajakta P. Joshi 3
    10 Matilda Justin 1
    11 Ushma Shah 2
    12 Rahul Chavhan 5
    13 Vishal Dake 5
    14 Hemlata Rao 1
    15 Archana Lakhe 2
    Faculty Name Course Date Place AICTE/TEQIP/ ISTE
    Remadevi C
    Workshop on Grid integration with renewable energy sources and energy conservation Feb. 27-28, 2015 Dr. D. Y. Patil Institute of engineering and technology , Pune TEQIP
    Estimation Of Solar Radiation Data Conducted By Dr. Roshni Easow 26.08.2015 SPCE Mumbai TEQIP
    2 Days Training Program For Staff, Students And Lab Technicians On Renewable Energy Lab SPCE Mumbai TEQIP
    B.B. Pimple IEEMA INSULEC 2015 Jan 22-23, 2015 Mumbai TEQIP
    9th International Conferences On Switchgear And Control Gear SWICON 2015 Held At Hotel The Lalit 26-27 Nov 2015 Hotel The Lalit, Mumbai TEQIP
    Anupa Sabnis Workshop on Recent developments in power transmission and protection Sept. 18-19, 2014 CPRI, Bangalore TEQIP
    Training program on best practices in outcome based curricula design and pedagogy alignment Feb. 9- 13 , 2015 Yashada, Pune TEQIP
    Rahul Dahatonde Train the Trainer Sept. 18-21, 2014 Rutgers university TEQIP
    AICTE Conclave on Entrepreneurship Sept 19, 2014. AICTE, MHRD, Govt. of India TEQIP
    Industry Institute Partnership Nov. 10-14, 2014 NITTTR, Bhopal At Pune Extn. Eenter TEQIP
    Electromagnetics : Pedagogy and research trends Jan. 23-24, 2015 CDEEP IITB TEQIP
    Underwater signal processing Feb. 14-15, 2015 BCUD Savitribai Phule University TEQIP
    Building Emotional Quotient May 15, 2015. Cognizant, Pune. TEQIP
    Management Capacity Enhancement Program Oct 27 to Nov 2, 2014. IIM Indore. TEQIP
    FDP Jan. 27, 2015 Accenture, Pune TEQIP
    Sangeeta Daingade MATLAB Control system and DSP tool boxes Oct. 9, 2014 Mathworks India TEQIP
    Third national symposium on advances in control and instrumentation Nov. 24-26, 2014 BARC, Mumbai TEQIP
    Continuing Education & Quality Improvement Programs “Optimization and Game Theory From Basics to Latest Trends” June 15-19 IIT Bombay TEQIP
    Workshop On Digital Signal Processing under TEQIP (KIT) 02-06 Nov 2015 IIT Bombay TEQIP
    N.W. Kinhekar IEEMA INSULEC 2015 Jan 22-23, 2015 Mumbai TEQIP
    Electronic system Design: From Devices to applications May 05-15, 2015 SPIT, Mumbai TEQIP
    9th International Conferences On Switchgear And Control Gear SWICON 2015 Held At Hotel The Lalit 26-27 Nov 2015 Hotel The Lalit, Mumbai TEQIP
    N.G. Bhitre IEEMA INSULEC 2015 Jan 22-23, 2015 Mumbai TEQIP
    Control System 02/12/2014 – 12/12/2014 IIT, Kharagpur TEQIP
    Nature Inspired Computing for Engineering Application 06/04/2015 – 08/04/2015 IISc, Bangalore TEQIP
    9th International Conferences On Switchgear And Control Gear SWICON 2015 Held At Hotel The Lalit 26-27 Nov 2015 Hotel The Lalit, Mumbai TEQIP
    Prajakta P. Joshi Workshop on Recent developments in power transmission and protection Sept. 18-19, 2014 CPRI, Bangalore TEQIP
    MATLAB Control system and DSP tool boxes Oct. 9, 2014 Mathworks India TEQIP
    Third national symposium on advances in control and instrumentation Nov. 24-26, 2014 BARC, Mumbai TEQIP
    Continuing Education & Quality Improvement Programs “Optimization and Game Theory From Basics to Latest Trends” June 15-19 IIT Bombay TEQIP
    ISTE Approved Faculty Development Program On Basic Electrical, Electronics& Electrical Machines 13-17 July 2015 SPIT Mumbai TEQIP
    Sumbul H.Abidi Optimization and game Theory:From Basics to latest trends June 15-19 IIT Bombay TEQIP
    ISTE Approved Faculty Development Program On Basic Electrical, Electronics& Electrical Machines 13-17 July 2015 SPIT Mumbai TEQIP
    Workshop On Digital Signal Processing Under Teqip (Kit) 02-06 Nov 2015 IIT, Bombay TEQIP
    “ Recent Trends In Power Electronics, Drives And Storage Technologies For Emerging Applications” 5th To 9th October 2015 VJTI, Mumbai TEQIP
    Matilda Justin Electromagnetics : Pedagogy and research trends Jan. 23-24, 2015 CDEEP IITB TEQIP
    Electronic system Design: From Devices to applications May 05-15, 2015 SPIT, Mumbai TEQIP
    ISTE Approved Faculty Development Program On Basic Electrical, Electronics& Electrical Machines 13-17 July 2015 SPIT Mumbai TEQIP
    Ushma Shah MATLAB Control system and DSP tool boxes Oct. 9, 2014 Mathworks India TEQIP
    Electronic system Design: From Devices to applications May 05-15, 2015 SPIT, Mumbai TEQIP
    Interpersonal skills and management June 30 – July 4, 2014 Structural Department SPCE TEQIP
    R.D.Chavhan Electromagnetics : Pedagogy and research trends Jan. 23-24, 2015 CDEEP IITB TEQIP
    21st national conference on communication Feb27-Mar1 IITB TEQIP
    Faculty Development Program On “MEMS Device 16th Nov 2015 To 21st Nov 2015. SPIT, Mumbai TEQIP
    Hemlata Rao Electromagnetics : Pedagogy and research trends Jan. 23-24, 2015 CDEEP IITB TEQIP
    Raye Electrical safety Dec. 18-20, 2014 IEEE Pune TEQIP
    C.B. Lahoti ISTE Approved Faculty Development Program On Basic Electrical, Electronics& Electrical Machines 13-17 July 2015 SPIT Mumbai TEQIP
    Ushma Ahuja ISTE Approved Faculty Development Program On Basic Electrical, Electronics& Electrical Machines 13-17 July 2015 SPIT Mumbai TEQIP
    National Energy Seminar 2015 Organized By Urja Prabodhan Kendra. Mumbai And SPJIMR, Mumbai 5thaug 2015 SPJIMR, Mumbai TEQIP
    Deepti Bansod Workshop On Smart Grid &Renewable Energy 25-27 Nov 2015 CPRI Bangalore TEQIP
    National Energy Seminar 2015 Organized By Urja Prabodhan Kendra. Mumbai And SPJIMR, Mumbai 5thaug 2015 SPJIMR, Mumbai TEQIP
    Faculty name Course date Place AICTE/TEQIP/ ISTE
    V.P. Joshi Interpersonal skills and management June 30 – July 4, 2014 Structural Department SPCE TEQIP
    Train the Trainer Sept. 18-21, 2014 Rutgers university TEQIP
    Transformational leadership and change management Dec. 17-21, 2014 Jaipur Productivity Centre TEQIP
    Remadevi C Workshop on Recent developments in power transmission and protection Sept. 18-19, 2014 CPRI, Bangalore TEQIP
    Workshop on Grid integration with renewable energy sources and energy conservation Feb. 27-28, 2015 Dr. D. Y. patil Institute of engineering and technology , pune TEQIP
    Estimation Of Solar Radiation Data Conducted By Dr. Roshni Easow 26.08.2015 SPCE Mumbai TEQIP
    2 Days Training Program For Staff, Students And Lab Technicians On Renewable Energy Lab SPCE Mumbai TEQIP
    B.B. Pimple IEEMA INSULEC 2015 Jan 22-23, 2015 Mumbai TEQIP
    9th International Conferences On Switchgear And Control Gear SWICON 2015 Held At Hotel The Lalit 26-27 Nov 2015 Hotel The Lalit, Mumbai TEQIP
    Anupa Sabnis Workshop on Recent developments in power transmission and protection Sept. 18-19, 2014 CPRI, Bangalore TEQIP
    Training program on best practices in outcome based curricula design and pedagogy alignment Feb. 9- 13 , 2015 Yashada, Pune TEQIP
    Rahul Dahatonde Train the Trainer Sept. 18-21, 2014 Rutgers university TEQIP
    AICTE Conclave on Entrepreneurship Sept 19, 2014. AICTE, MHRD, Govt. of India TEQIP
    Industry Institute Partnership Nov. 10-14, 2014 NITTTR, Bhopal At Pune Extn. Eenter TEQIP
    Electromagnetics : Pedagogy and research trends Jan. 23-24, 2015 CDEEP IITB TEQIP
    Underwater signal processing Feb. 14-15, 2015 BCUD Savitribai Phule University TEQIP
    Building Emotional Quotient May 15, 2015. Cognizant, Pune. TEQIP
    Management Capacity Enhancement Program Oct 27 to Nov 2, 2014. IIM Indore. TEQIP
    FDP Jan. 27, 2015 Accenture, Pune TEQIP
    Sangeeta Daingade MATLAB Control system and DSP tool boxes Oct. 9, 2014 Mathworks India TEQIP
    Third national symposium on advances in control and instrumentation Nov. 24-26, 2014 BARC, Mumbai TEQIP
    Continuing Education & Quality Improvement Programs “Optimization and Game Theory From Basics to Latest Trends” June 15-19 IIT Bombay TEQIP
    Workshop On Digital Signal Processing under TEQIP (KIT) 02-06 Nov 2015 IIT Bombay TEQIP
    N.W. Kinhekar IEEMA INSULEC 2015 Jan 22-23, 2015 Mumbai TEQIP
    Electronic system Design: From Devices to applications May 05-15, 2015 SPIT, Mumbai TEQIP
    9th International Conferences On Switchgear And Control Gear SWICON 2015 Held At Hotel The Lalit 26-27 Nov 2015 Hotel The Lalit, Mumbai TEQIP
    N.G. Bhitre IEEMA INSULEC 2015 Jan 22-23, 2015 Mumbai TEQIP
    Control System 02/12/2014 – 12/12/2014 IIT, Kharagpur TEQIP
    Nature Inspired Computing for Engineering Application 06/04/2015 – 08/04/2015 IISc, Bangalore TEQIP
    9th International Conferences On Switchgear And Control Gear SWICON 2015 Held At Hotel The Lalit 26-27 Nov 2015 Hotel The Lalit, Mumbai TEQIP
    Prajakta P. Joshi Workshop on Recent developments in power transmission and protection Sept. 18-19, 2014 CPRI, Bangalore TEQIP
    MATLAB Control system and DSP tool boxes Oct. 9, 2014 Mathworks India TEQIP
    Third national symposium on advances in control and instrumentation Nov. 24-26, 2014 BARC, Mumbai TEQIP
    Continuing Education & Quality Improvement Programs “Optimization and Game Theory From Basics to Latest Trends” June 15-19 IIT Bombay TEQIP
    ISTE Approved Faculty Development Program On Basic Electrical, Electronics& Electrical Machines 13-17 July 2015 SPIT Mumbai TEQIP
    Sumbul H.Abidi Optimization and game Theory:From Basics to latest trends June 15-19 IIT Bombay TEQIP
    ISTE Approved Faculty Development Program On Basic Electrical, Electronics& Electrical Machines 13-17 July 2015 SPIT Mumbai TEQIP
    Workshop On Digital Signal Processing Under Teqip (Kit) 02-06 Nov 2015 IIT, Bombay TEQIP
    “ Recent Trends In Power Electronics, Drives And Storage Technologies For Emerging Applications” 5th To 9th October 2015 VJTI, Mumbai TEQIP
    Matilda Justin Electromagnetics : Pedagogy and research trends Jan. 23-24, 2015 CDEEP IITB TEQIP
    Electronic system Design: From Devices to applications May 05-15, 2015 SPIT, Mumbai TEQIP
    ISTE Approved Faculty Development Program On Basic Electrical, Electronics& Electrical Machines 13-17 July 2015 SPIT Mumbai TEQIP
    Ushma Shah MATLAB Control system and DSP tool boxes Oct. 9, 2014 Mathworks India TEQIP
    Electronic system Design: From Devices to applications May 05-15, 2015 SPIT, Mumbai TEQIP
    Interpersonal skills and management June 30 – July 4, 2014 Structural Department SPCE TEQIP
    R.D.Chavan Electromagnetics : Pedagogy and research trends Jan. 23-24, 2015 CDEEP IITB TEQIP
    21st national conference on communication Feb27-Mar1 IITB TEQIP
    Faculty Development Program On “MEMS Device 16th Nov 2015 To 21st Nov 2015. SPIT, Mumbai TEQIP
    Hemlata Rao Electromagnetics : Pedagogy and research trends Jan. 23-24, 2015 CDEEP IITB TEQIP
    Raye Electrical safety Dec. 18-20, 2014 IEEE Pune TEQIP
    C.B. Lahoti ISTE Approved Faculty Development Program On Basic Electrical, Electronics& Electrical Machines 13-17 July 2015 SPIT Mumbai TEQIP
    Ushma Ahuja ISTE Approved Faculty Development Program On Basic Electrical, Electronics& Electrical Machines 13-17 July 2015 SPIT Mumbai TEQIP
    National Energy Seminar 2015 Organized By Urja Prabodhan Kendra. Mumbai And SPJIMR, Mumbai 5thaug 2015 SPJIMR, Mumbai TEQIP
    Deepti Bansod Workshop On Smart Grid &Renewable Energy 25-27 Nov 2015 CPRI Bangalore TEQIP
    National Energy Seminar 2015 Organized By Urja Prabodhan Kendra. Mumbai And SPJIMR, Mumbai 5thaug 2015 SPJIMR, Mumbai TEQIP

    Contact Us

    Dr. Anupa Sabnis

    Head of Electrical Engineering Department
    Sardar Patel College of Engineering
    Munshi Nagar, Andheri(W), Mumbai 400 058
    Email : hod_eed@spce.ac.in
    Phone: 022 - 26289777 Ext.: (210)

    Courses Attended by Supporting Staff Under TEQIP

    Sr. No. Name of the faculty Title of the training program Date of training Duration ( No. of days ) Training providing agency
    1 P. M. Dhopatkar Development of positive attitude towards work and life Jan. 30-31 , 2015 2 days Saitej life training institute
    2 S. V. Shelar
    3 A. M. Shah
    4. R. Gowalkar Life skills for a happy life - III April 23-25, 2015 3 days Walchand College of Engineering Sangli
    5. S. V. Shelar

    Meritorious Students

    Conference

    UG Programme

    B. Tech in Electrical Engineering (Duration: 4 Years)

    Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

    1.  The students will have the skills and expertise in the area of Electrical Engineering with sound foundation, essential engineering fundamentals and latest development in the field of Electrical Engineering.
    2.  The student will become proficient in engineering and communication skills eventually leading them to higher studies in various discipline of Electrical Engineering.
    3.  The students will have skills to participate effectively in design and implementation of multidisciplinary projects.
    4.  The student will be lifelong learner respecting professional ethics.

    Programme Outcomes (POs)

    1.  Demonstrate the real world engineering problems and techniques necessary to formulate analyze and solve.
    2.  Demonstrate the ability to design and conduct experiments, interpret and analyze data, and report result.
    3.  Demonstrate an ability to function on engineering and science research projects, as well as on multidisciplinary industrial projects.
    4.  Demonstrate the ability to design electrical systems that meets desired specifications or requirements.
    5.  Comprehend issues / problems in various domains of Electrical Engineering.
    6.  Demonstrate an understanding of professional & ethical responsibilities.
    7.  Be able to communicate effectively.
    8.  Develop an ability of adapting to the latest developments in software, equipments or technology in the field of Electrical Engineering.
    9.  Develop an ability of self-education and understand the value of life-long learning.
    10.  Demonstrate an awareness of contemporary issues and assess the impact of engineering on society.
    11.  Produce skilled graduate engineers with goodwill for humanity.

    Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

    1.  To simulate concepts in Electrical Engineering using software like Scilab, MATLAB, Python, ETAP, Lab View, FEM.
    2.  To design and/or implement hardware models in power system, power electronics, electrical machines, renewable energy using DSP processor, Microprocessor, Microcontroller etc.
    PG Programme

    M. Tech in Power Electronics and Power System (Duration: 2 Years)

    Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

    1.  Graduates will have the skills and expertise in the area of Power Electronics and Power System with sound foundation and latest development in associated fields.
    2.  Graduates will engage in lifelong learning such as higher studies, research and other continuous professional development activities.

    Programme Outcomes (POs)

    1.  Graduates will have  Extensive knowledge of PEPS discipline with an ability to associate this learning to identify, assess, analyze and integrate advanced areas.
    2.  Graduates will have ability to perform investigation of complex engineering problems by applying both analytical and creative thinking and arrive at wide range of potential solutions.
    3.  Graduates will develop skill to undertake research by applying appropriate research methodologies such as literature survey, design/ conduct of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and conceptualize solutions that leads to scientific/ technological development.
    4.  Graduates will have ability to communicate effectively and to function in collaborative-team activities.
    5.  Graduates will have ability to demonstrate knowledge of engineering and management principles and apply these to manage projects and its financial aspects.
    6.  Graduates will have ability to continuously do independent and reflective learning in order to improve upon one’s skills and abilities and to engage in lifelong learning.
    7.  Graduates will have responsiveness towards development of society, professionalism and ethics.

    Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

    1.  Graduates will be able to excel in Power Electronics and Power System Allied areas.
    2.  Graduates will be able to excel in Research activity & Entrepreneurship.

    SUPPORTING STAFF

    SUPPORTING STAFF

    MR. P. R. AMBORKAR,
    FOREMAN

    MR. R. R. GOVALKAR, ELECTRICIAN

    MR. S. P. PAWAR, ELECTRICIAN

    MR. N. P. PUJARI, JUNIOR CLERK

    MR. V. Y. TAMBVEKAR, LAB. ATTENDENT

    MR. T. DIWAN, LAB. ATTENDENT

    MRS. S. S. MORE, MALI

    MR. I. SAUDAGAR, HAMAL

    Teaching Staff

    Regular Faculty

    Ms.. Remadevi C.

    Associate Professor
    M.Tech.(Power System), B.E.(Electrical)
    28 years of Teaching Experience
    Area of Interest : Power Systems
    Email-id : remadevic@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 213      

    Dr. B. B. Pimple

    Associate Professor
    Ph.D.,M. Tech. (Electrical),B.E.(Electrical),
    21 years of Teaching Experience
    Area of Interest : Power Systems
    Email-id : b_pimple@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 295      

    Dr.(Mrs.) Anupa Sabnis

    Head of Department & Associate Professor
    Ph.D., M. E. (Electronics), B. E. (Electrical)
    15 years of Teching Experience
    Area of Interest : Image Processing, Communication Engineering, Digital Signal Processing
    Email-id : anupa_sabnis@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 219
         

    Mrs.. V. P. Joshi

    Associate Professor ME (Electronics), BE (Electrical)
    31 years of Teaching Experience
    Area of Interest : Electronics
    Email-id : v_joshi@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 264      

    Dr. Rahul T. Dahatonde

    Associate Professor & T.P.O.
    Ph.D., M.E.(Electronics & Telecommunication), B.E.(Electronics & Telecommunication),
    12 years of Teaching Experience
    Area of Interest : Antennas, Communication
    Email-id : rahul@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 255      

    Dr.(Mrs.) Sangeeta Daingade

    Assistant Professor
    Ph.D., M.Tech. (Power and Control), B.E. (Electrical)
    20 years of Teching Experience
    Area of Interest : Control Systems
    Email-id : sangeeta_d@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 257
     

    Dr. Nandkishor W. Kinhekar


    Assistant Professor
    Ph.D., M.Tech. (Electrical), B.E.(Electrical)
    18 years of Teaching Experience
    Area of Interest : Power Systems,
    Demand side Management
    Email-id : n_kinhekar@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 272      

    Mr. N. G. Bhitre

    Assistant Professor
    M.E.(Electrical), B.E. (Electrical),
    16 years of Teaching Experience
    Area of Interest : Power Systems
    Email-id : n_bhitre@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 256
     

    Dr. (Mrs.) Swati A. Lavand

    Assistant Professor
    Ph.D., M.E. (Electrical Power System), B.E. (Electrical)
    13 years of Teaching Experience
    Area of Interest :Power System protection, WAMS
    Email-id : swati.lavand@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 257

    Mrs. Ushma Shah

    Assistant Professor
    M.E. (Electronics & Telecommunications),B.E. (Electronics & Telecommunications)
    10 years of Teaching Experience
    Area of Interest : Image Processing, Artificial Intelligence
    Email-id : ushma.shah@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 260      

    Mrs. Prajakta Joshi

    Assistant Professor
    M.Tech. (Power Electronics and Power Systems), B.E. (Electrical)
    13 years of Teaching Experience
    Area of Interest : Power Systems, Protection and Power Electronics
    Email-id : prajaktajoshi@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 274
     

    Mrs. Sumbul Abidi

    Assistant Professor
    M.Tech.(Electrical), B.E. (Electrical)
    11 years of Teaching Experience
    Area of Interest : Power System & Drives
    Email-id : abidi.sumbul@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 214     

    Mrs. Matilda J.

    Assistant Professor
    M.Tech.(Power Electronics and Power Systems), B.E. (Eletrical & Electronics)
    10 Yrs of Experience
    Area of Interest : Power Electronics and Power System
    Email-id : matillda@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 276
     

    Mr. Vishal Dake

    Assistant Professor
    M.Tech.(Power System), B.E.(Eletrical)
    5 years of Teaching Experience
    Area of Interest : Power Systems
    Email-id : vishal_dake@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 276
         

    Mr. Rahul Chavhan

    Assistant Professor
    M.E.(E & TC - VLSI and Embedded System Design), B.E.(Electronics & Tele Communication)
    5 years of Teaching Experience
    Area of Interest : VLSI and Embedded System
    Email-id : rahul.chavhan@spce.ac.in
    Ext.: 276
     
    Adhoc Faculty
    PG Faculty

    Mrs. Hemlata Rao

    Adhoc Faculty
    B.E. (Electrical), M.E. (Electrx),
    Assistant Professor
    10 years of Teaching Experience
    Area of Interest : Electrical & Electronics
    Email-id : rao.hemlata@yahoo.in
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