• Department of Electrical Engineering

    Department of Electrical Engineering

Conferences & Workshops

'NCSEC - 2017'

'National Conference on Smart Energy and Communication (NCSEC 2017)- Under The Smart City Convergence 2017 on April 07-08, 2017 Poornima Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jaipur organized two days 2ndThe Smart City Convergence 2017 on April 07-08, 2017 with a view to providing a forum for deliberations by experts, academicians, research scholars and students to look into various issues and come out with ideas and strategies that may solve or mitigate many of the problems we face in the city. Four national conferences naming (1) National Conference on Smart Computation & Technology, NCSCT 2017(2) National Conference on Smart Energy and Communication, NCSEC 2017(3) National Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Environment, NCSIE 2017and (4) National Conference on Smart Design for the Environment, NCSDE 2017 were organized in conjunction with The Smart City Convergence 2017. The Smart City Convergence 2017 was jointly inaugurated by Chief Guest Mr. Sandesh Nayak, CEO, Jaipur Smart City Limited, Dr. S. M. Seth, Chairman, Poornima Foundation, Guest of honors Dr. R. A. Gupta, Professor, MNIT and Dr. D. L. N. Murthy, Team Lead, Jaipur Smart City Limited, Dr. Ajay Kumar Bansal, Director, PIET, Mr. Rahul Singhi, Director, Poornima Foundation and Mr. Puneet Mathur, Organizing Secretary, The Smart City Convergence 2017.The inaugural function was presided over by Dr. Dr. S. M. Seth, Chairman, Poornima Foundation.

'NCSEC - 2016'

'National Conference on Smart Energy and Communication (NCSEC 2016)- Under The Smart City Convergence 2016 on April 08-09, 2016 Poornima Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jaipur organized two days 1st The Smart City Convergence 2016 on April 08-09, 2016 with a view to providing a forum for deliberations by experts, academicians, research scholars and students to look into various issues and come out with ideas and strategies that may solve or mitigate many of the problems we face in the city. Four national conferences naming (1) National Conference on Smart Computation & Technology, NCSCT 2016(2) National Conference on Smart Energy and Communication, NCSEC 2016(3) National Conference on Smart Infrastructure and Environment, NCSIE 2016 and (4) National Conference on Smart Design for the Environment, NCSDE 2016 were organized in conjunction with The Smart City Convergence 2016.

workshop on solar photovoltaicon 04-05 Feb 2016

The Department of Electrical Engineering of Poornima institute of Engineering & technology, Jaipur has organized 2 day workshop on "solar photovoltaic" on 04-05 Feb 2016 with the aim to provide hands on practice to the students Total 44 students have participated in this workshop .The inaugural address was delivered by Dr.Himani Goyal, HOD, EE. The objective of the workshop is to understand about role and importance of Renewable Energy Sources especially Solar Energy which have been increasing significantly in recent times with the growing concern for energy demand of the state and the country. Due to countries growth in infrastructure, developments, reducing availability and increasing prices of conventional energy sources have shifted focus on alternate energy sources, especially Solar Energy which is abundant across the country. The Session gave full hands-on in Solar PV Design and?Development.

Workshop on Robotics, 21th march 2017 (Tuesday)

From the Department of Electrical Engineering of Poornima institute of Engineering & technology, Jaipur has organized , second year electrical students had taken the workshop on Robotics which is based on basic robotics, circuit designing and new technologies like Arduino, Embedded system. This session was taken in first year department NB-09 (EE). It was really a nice session and it also went in a proper manner. A seminar presentation was given about basic robotics and some videos were also played on various topics . A test was also conducted on that topic too. Every student did well in the test . One of the student "RAGHVENDRA SINGH" got the highest marks.

SCADA workshop conducted by 3rd year students for 2nd year on 23.03.2017 in Electrical Department

Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) is a control system architecture that uses computers, networked data communications and graphical user interfaces for high-level process supervisory management, but uses other peripheral devices such as programmable logic controllers and discrete PID controllers to interface to the process plant or machinery. The operator interfaces which enable monitoring and the issuing of process commands, such as controller set point changes, are handled through the SCADA supervisory computer system. However, the real-time control logic or controller calculations are performed by networked modules which connect to the field sensors and actuators. The SCADA concept was developed as a universal means of remote access to a variety of local control modules, which could be from different manufacturers allowing access through standard automation protocols. In practice, large SCADA systems have grown to become very similar to distributed control systems in function, but using multiple means of interfacing with the plant. They can control large-scale processes that can include multiple sites, and work over large distances. It is one of the most commonly-used types of industrial control systems, however there are concerns about SCADA systems being vulnerable to cyberwarfare/cyberterrorism attacks. An important part of most SCADA implementations is alarm handling. The system monitors whether certain alarm conditions are satisfied, to determine when an alarm event has occurred. Once an alarm event has been detected, one or more actions are taken (such as the activation of one or more alarm indicators, and perhaps the generation of email or text messages so that management or remote SCADA operators are informed). In many cases, a SCADA operator may have to acknowledge the alarm event, this may deactivate some alarm indicators, whereas other indicators remain active until the alarm conditions are cleared. Alarm conditions can be explicit?for example, an alarm point is a digital status point that has either the value NORMAL or ALARM that is calculated by a formula based on the values in other analogue and digital points?or implicit: the SCADA system might automatically monitor whether the value in an analogue point lies outside high and low- limit values associated with that point. Examples of alarm indicators include a siren, a pop-up box on a screen, or a colored or flashing area on a screen (that might act in a similar way to the fuel tank empty light in a car in each case, the role of the alarm indicator is to draw the operators attention to the part of the system in alarm so that appropriate action can be taken.

AUTO CAD WORKSHOP (being conducted for 3rd year EE by Final year EE and Civil Engg. Students in Dec?16 )

AutoCAD workshop conducted by final year students. Final yr students taught them how to draw and provide them all ideas Quiz test and drawing test conducted The session was conducted for 2hrs. Evaluation done by above students. Result announced. Student who scored good marks is appreciated and awarded

SOLAR WORKSHOP for 1ST year by 2nd year students

What is solar? -Do you have solar panels, but not know how they work? Solar panels absorb sunlight and convert it into energy. It is a great renewable energy because we will never run out of sunlight. You might have seen a solar Pando you have solar panels, but not know how they work? Solar panels absorb sunlight and convert it into energy. It is a great renewable energy because we will never run out of sunlight. You might have seen a solar panel on a calculator. Solar panels for homes is the same process but in a much bigger scale. Using solar energy can reduce or replace the use of fossil fuels. Transforming sunlight into energy is a fascinating process. Visit to Poornima University:- In the Poornima University we told the students about the plant in university it was 100KW. On grid system in the supply electricity to Gov. and they take electricity from govt. and pay the left amount, If the any plate is destroyed then they have to remove the plate and replace with a new one at that place .bypass diode are used for continue the work of other plate properly. The pallets used there were of vikram solar and one was of 300v and there was a junction box installed then two terminals were supplied to the inverter and the inverter was converting DC into AC and vice versa. There was a silver was used to attract all the charge particles and ground them with help of ground wire.

AUTO CAD WORKSHOP for 2ND year by Final year students

Autocad workshop conducted by final year students for 2nd year on 24.01.2017 in electrical department The Students involved are: 1)Umang Upadhyay 2)Gopal Vaishnav 3)Amit Dhaka Final yr students taught them how to draw and provide them all ideas ? Quiz test and drawing test conducted ? The session was conducted for 2hrs. ? Evaluation done by above students. ? Result announced. ? Student who scored good marks is appreciated and awarded

Report on Arduino workshop

Poornima Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jaipur department of Electrical Engineering conducted a workshop on 21th of Oct 2018.

Arduino is an open source microcontroller which can be easily programmed, erased and reprogrammed at any instant of time. Introduced in 2005 the Arduino platform was designed to provide an inexpensive and easy way for hobbyists, students and professionals to create devices that interact with their environment using sensors and actuators. Based on simple microcontroller boards, it is an open source computing platform that is used for constructing and programming electronic devices.

It is also capable of acting as a mini computer just like other microcontrollers by taking inputs and controlling the outputs for a variety of electronics devices. It is also capable of receiving and sending information over the internet with the help of various Arduino shields, which are discussed in this paper. Arduino uses a hardware known as the Arduino development board and software for developing the code known as the Arduino IDE (Integrated Development Environment). Built up with the 8-bit Atmel AVR microcontroller's that are manufactured by Atmel or a 32-bit Atmel ARM, these microcontrollers can be programmed easily using the C or C++ language in the Arduino IDE.

TYPE OF ARDUINO BOARDS

Arduino boards are available with many different types of built-in modules in it. Boards such as Arduino BT come with a built-in Bluetooth module, for wireless communication. These built-in modules can also be available separately which can then be interfaced (mounted) to it. These modules are known as Shield.

Some of the most commonly used Shields are:

  • Arduino Ethernet shield: It that allows an Arduino board to connect to the internet using the Ethernet library and to read and write an SD card using the SD library.
  • Arduino Wireless shield: It allows your Arduino board to communicate wirelessly using Zigbee.
  • Arduino Motor Driver Shield: It allows your Arduino boards to interface with driver of a motor etc.

Robotics workshop

The event was held for the students of Second year and Third year of Electrical Engineering Department. It was held to make students aware about the Robotics and the benefits of carrier in it. They were informed about robotics field. These technologies are used to develop machines that can substitute for humans and replicate human actions. Robots can be used in any situation and for any purpose, but today many are used in dangerous environments (including bomb detection and de-activation), manufacturing processes, or where humans cannot survive. Information about the robotics in much greater detail was passed on to students.

This helped them understand more deeply what robotics is and how they can shape their studies to form a carrier in the same.

These technologies are used to develop machines that can substitute for humans. Robots can be used in any situation and for any purpose, but today many are used in dangerous environments (including bomb detection and de-activation), manufacturing processes, or where humans cannot survive. Robots can take on any form but some are made to resemble humans in appearance. This is said to help in the acceptance of a robot in certain replicative behaviors usually performed by people. Such robots attempt to replicate walking, lifting, speech, cognition, and basically anything a human can do. Many of today's robots are inspired by nature, contributing to the field of bio-inspired robotics.

CONTENTS

Poornima Institute of Engineering & Technology Jaipur

Department of Electrical Engineering

List of Activities

S.No

Activity Name

Date

Outcome Status

1

Arduino workshop

21st-23rdOct,2018

P8 ,P10

2

Workshop on MAT Lab

21st-23rd Dec,2018

P6 ,P4

3

International Conference on Smart energy

6-7 April-19

P1,P2,P7,



A Report on Arduino Workshop

Arduino platform was designed to provide an inexpensive and easy way for hobbyists, students and professionals to create devices that interact with their environment using sensors and actuators. Based on simple microcontroller boards, it is an open source computing platform that is used for constructing and programming electronic devices. Arduino is an open source microcontroller which can be easily programmed, erased and reprogrammed at any instant of time.

It is also capable of acting as a mini computer just like other microcontrollers by taking inputs and controlling the outputs for a variety of electronics devices. It is also capable of receiving and sending information over the internet with the help of various Arduino shields, which are discussed in this paper. Arduino uses a hardware known as the Arduino development board and software for developing the code known as the Arduino IDE (Integrated Development Environment). Built up with the 8-bit Atmel AVR microcontroller's that are manufactured by Atmel or a 32-bit Atmel ARM, these microcontrollers can be programmed easily using the C or C++ language in the Arduino IDE.

Category  Of  Arduino Boards

Arduino boards are available with many different types of built-in modules in it. Boards such as Arduino BT come with a built-in Bluetooth module, for wireless communication. These built-in modules can also be available separately which can then be interfaced (mounted) to it. These modules are known as Shield.

Some of the most commonly used Shields are:

  • Arduino Ethernet shield: It that allows an Arduino board to connect to the internet using the Ethernet library and to read and write an SD card using the SD library.
  • Arduino Wireless shield: It allows your Arduino board to communicate wirelessly using Zigbee.
  • Arduino Motor Driver Shield: It allows your Arduino boards to interface with driver of a motor etc.

 



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SESSION : 2018-2019

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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

POORNIMA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLGY

ISI-2 RIICO INSTITUTIONAL AREA, SITAPURA, JAIPUR



A Report on International Conference on Smart Energy and Communication (ICSEC 2019)

OVERVIEW

The launch of Smart Cities Mission by the Government of India will set in motion the process of urban transformation to enable better living. The Smart Cities Mission is an innovative and new initiative by the Government of India to drive economic growth and improve the quality of life of people by enabling local development and harnessing technology as a means to create smart outcomes for citizens. In this context we feel immense pleasure to announce “The Smart City Convergence 2019”, “Role of Engineers in Innovation and Technological Advancement”. The convergence will showcase innovation and technological advancement for the smart city. In “The Smart City Convergence 2019”, the objective is to provide a platform to all the researchers, engineers, academicians, industry delegates and students to discuss the contribution of engineers in “International Conference on Smart Energy and Communication (ICSEC) under Smart City Convergence 2019”, The main objective of this conference to analyze key trends, showcase technology solutions, discuss & propose solutions and strategies to make renowned smart cities.

The conference has got approval of two Scopus indexed that is Recent Patent in Computer Science and International Journal of Information Technology and Web Engineering (IGI Global).

The selected paper will be published in Scopus Indexed journal and remaining will be published in

three  UGC  approved  journal  namely  International  Journal  of  Management  Technology and

Engineering (IJMTE),  STM Journals and Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research (JETIR).

The conference that is International Conference on Smart Energy and Communication (ICSEC), which was held on 06 and 07 of April, 2019 was a big success and really proved to be very beneficial and informational for everyone. In this conference we received total 96 papers. We had selected total 85 papers on the behalf of reviewer score generated by the easy chair submission portal and the plagiarism report. Total 76 papers have registered and presented in this conference.

DAY#1

It started with the auspicious Ganesh Vandana which was performed by two students of second year. The registration for the conference was from 8:00 to 8:30AM which was done by the members of committee – Mr. Vishnu Prakash Sharma, The keynote Address given by Sh. Rashmi Ranjan, Founder, Surya Veena Adarsh Niketan. Inaugural session started 9:30 AM -11:00 AM, there was a break after which there were three technical sessions chaired by Dr. S. K. Dhakad, Professor, Samrat Ashok Technological Institute, Vidisha (MP), Dr. Greesh Kumar Singh, Professor, Bhimrao Ambedker University, Agra (UP) and Dr. Garima Mathur, Professor, Poornima College of Engineering, Jaipur.

DAY#2

On the second day, there were two technical sessions chaired by Dr. Amit Srivastava, Professor, Manipal University, Jaipur and Dr. Anshuman Kalla, Professor, Manipal University, Jaipur. There were Paper Presentations also by the students as well others which were quite impressive And knowledgeable .All in all the conference was informative, and a great platform for all those who wanted to either learn or represent their ideas on the topic at hand. It was a huge success, sincere thanks to the organizing committee, keynote speakers, faculty members, participants, audience and eminent personalities present at the conference.

THEME

The theme for this National Conference Smart Energy and Communication was promoting and having a thorough insight on the topic Smart City is the absolute obligation of today to apprehend and escalate the efforts undertaken by the Government of India. The Smart Cities Mission is a ground-breaking and new-fangled inventiveness by the Government of India to drive economic growth and mend the eminence of life of people by qualifying local expansion and harnessing technology as a means to craft smart upshots for the citizens. A smart city is an urban area that is exceedingly radical in rapports of overall infrastructure, sustainable real estate, and communiqué and market feasibility. It is a city where information technology is the principle infrastructure and the centre for providing indispensable amenities to residents. In this context, we are organizing a symposium to make consumption of the smart computing and technologies to build state-of-the-art smart cities across India and prime the world towards it. Hereby, we are pleased to pronounce “International Conference on Smart Energy and Communication (ICSEC) under Smart City Convergence 2019”. The main objective of this consultation is to scrutinize key inclinations, showcase technology solutions, confer & recommend elucidations and tactics to make renowned smart cities. It is startling to acknowledge that the things we could only dream about a few years back are truly being instigated via this conception. The main features of a smart city include a high degree of information technology integration and a comprehensive application of information resources. Technology is sky-touching the pinnacles and is a benefit to humans to make all their task tranquil and raise the living standards, and smart city is another such charge abetted by the cutting-edge technology and it is a staple of privileged pride that India is the one to take Forward this ingenuity.

ICSEC-2019 emphases on making the young minds contemplate and indulge themselves into smart and advanced deliberations and make them sentient about the concept fully. It is a platform to bring together all the scholars, engineers, experts, researchers, paper presenters for an illuminating session on the matter at hand and to open the minds and research more about smart

cities. Thus, “Smart City” is the product of an accelerated development of the new generation information technology and knowledge-based economy, based on the network combination of the Internet, telecommunications network, broadcast network, wireless broadband network and other sensors networks where Internet of Things technology (IOT) as its core. For the smart citizens of today, hope this proves to be a great endeavour.

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

The conference was conducted by the Department of Electrical Engineering and Electronics & Communication Engineering, PIET at Arbuda Convention Centre. These two departments of PIET continued to maintain its leadership as one of the founding Department of Poornima Institute of Engineering & Technology (PIET). Department has been able to attract preference of most intelligent students available in the state and outside. Due to its working methodologies and result oriented approach it has converted hard work of students into a strong placement. Apart from strong placement it is also recognized by industrial houses as source of consultancy and process management. Besides the honor of being accredited by NBA, it holds its reputation of being the innovative, Research oriented and industry oriented workplace at PIET. The Department is used to get higher result & Placement due to its working methodology.

COMMITTEE

  1. Chief Patron: S.M. Seth, Chairman (Emeritus), Poornima Group, (Former Director, NIH, Roorkee).

 

Ar. Shashikant Singhi, Chairman, Poornima Group

 

  1. 2. Patron: Shri M.K.M Shah, Director Admin & Finance, Poornima Group

 

Ar. Rahul Singhi, Director, Poornima Group

 

  1. General Chair Dr. Dinesh Goyal, Director, PIET

 

4.. Program Chair         Dr. Puneet Mathur, PIET

 

  1. Convener: Manish Singhal and Mr. Manish Sharma, PIET

 

  1. Co-Convener: Pulkit Singh and Mr. Kamal Kishore Choure

 

  1. Organizing Secretaries: Udit Mamodiya and Ms. Priyanka Sharma

 

 

INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY MEMBERS

 

Dr. Knowledge Chikundi, Zimbabwe, Founder & President at Zimbabwe Noor Academy & Science Fair

Dr. Mohamed Reda Ali, Egypt, Banha University

Dr. Saber Abd-Allah, Egypt, Beni Suef University

Dr. Ahmed Elngar, Egypt, Beni Suef University  

Dr. Roberto Acevedo, Chile, Universidad de Chile

Dr. Mohamed R. Ali,  Egypt, Banha University 

Dr. Yogesh Dwivedi, United Kingdom, Brunel University 

Dr. Anirban Das, USA, Vice President at STRA Eurasia Research Institute

 

NATIONAL ADVISORY MEMBER

 

Prof. Sanjay K. Bose, IIT Guhawati 

Prof. Udain Desai Director, IIT Hyderabad 

Prof. Ajit K. Chaturvedi, IIT Kanpur 

Dr. Abhay Karandikar, IIT Bombay 

Prof. Timothy A. Gonsalves, Director IIT Mandi 

Prof. Baylon G. Fernandes, IIT Bombay

Dr. Pinaki Mitra, IIT Guwahati 

Dr. Deepti R. Bathula, IIT Ropar 

Dr. Sudip Roy, IIT Roorkee

Dr. Balamurugan Shanmugam, QUANTS IS & CS, India

Dr. Ch. Sudhakar, NIT Warangal

Dr. Rashmi Ranjan Rout, NIT Warangal 

Dr. Anshuman Kalla, Manipal University Jaipur 

Dr. Dhirendra Mathur, RTU, Kota 

Dr. Ghanshayam Singh, Jaypee University, Solan 

Dr. Ghanshayam Singh, MNIT, Jaipur

Dr. R.P. Yadav, MNIT, Jaipur 

Dr. Vijay Janyani, MNIT, Jaipur

Dr. Vishwanath Sinha, MNIT, Jaipur 

Dr. Vivekanand Tiwari, Manipal University Jaipur 

Sh. Sanjeev Agarwal, MNIT, Jaipur

Dr. Amit Mahesh Joshi, MNIT, Jaipur

Dr. Sandeep Vyas, JECRC, Jaipur

Sh. Rashmi Ranjan, Founder at Surya Veena Adarsh Niketan  

Dr. Arun Kumar Verma, MNIT, Jaipur

Dr. Shashikant Patil, SVKMs NMIMS, Shirpur

Dr. Reenu Kumawat, Manipal University , Jaipur

Sh. Prakasha Bahrani, AITS, Udaipur

 

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Mr Rahul Gupta, Asst. Professor, ECE, PIET

Mr Deepak Sharma, Asst. Professor, ECE, PIET

Ms Nikita Gautam, Asst. Professor, ECE, PIET

Mr Abhishek Dadhich, Asst. Professor, ECE, PIET

Ms Alka Rani, Asst. Professor, ECE, PIET

Mr Ajay Saini, Asst. Professor, ECE, PIET

Mr. Ambalal Mathur, Asst. Professor, EE, PIET

Mr. Rajendra Kumar, Asst. Professor, EE, PIET

Mr. Vishnu Prakash Sharma, Asst. Professor, EE, PIET

Ms. Shuchi Shukla, Asst. Professor, EE, PIET

Dr. Priya Mathur, Professor, Maths, PIET

Ms. Pratibha Sisodia, Asst. Professor, Humanities, PIET

Mr Ramanand Sharma, Technical Asst., ECE, PIET

Mr Sanjeev Rishi, Technical Asst., ECE, PIET

Mr. Pawan Kumar Nagar, Technical Asst., EE, PIET

Mr. Ashok Sharma, Technical Asst., ECE, PIET

Mr. Satish Kumar, Technical Asst., EE, PIET

GUEST LIST

  1. S. M. Seth, Chairman (Emeritus), Poornima Group

 

  1. K. K. S. Bhatia, President, Poornima University

 

  1. M.K.M. Shah, Director (Admin. & Finance), Poornima Group

 

  1. Chief Guest: Mr. S. K. Goyal, Project Director, Smart City, Rajasthan

 

  1. Guest of Honor: Mr. Shirish V. Pandey, APAC Lead, Red Hat Academy

 

  1. Mahesh Bundele, Director, PCE, Jaipur

 

  1. Dinesh Goyal, General Chair, Convergence 2019 and Director, PIET, Jaipur

 

  1. Rahul Singhi, Director, Poornima Group


A Workshop on MATLAB

Date of Activity: 21st-23rd DEC,2018

Objective of the workshop

MATLAB is not only a programming language, but a programming environment as well.

You can perform operations from the command line, as a sophisticated calculator. Or you can create programs and functions that perform repetitive tasks, just as any other computer language.

Importance of the workshop-

  • Basic of MATLAB command.
  • Students were able to understand and know about various aspect of MATLAB.
  • Simulation of various circuit and their testing.
  • Students were able to find several dimensions of career related to MATLAB.
  • Its basic data element is the matrix. A simple integer is considered an matrix of one row and one column.  Several mathematical operations that work on arrays or matrices are built-in to the MATLAB environment. For example, cross-products, dot-products, determinants, inverse matrices.
  • Vectorized operations. Adding two arrays together needs only one command, instead of a for or while loop.
  • The graphical output is optimized for interaction. You can plot your data very easily, and then change colors, sizes, scales, etc, by using the graphical interactive tools.
  • Matlab’s functionality can be greatly expanded by the addition of toolboxes. These are sets of specific functions that provided more specialized functionality. Ex: Excel link allows data to be written in a format recognized by Excel, Statistics Toolbox allows more specialized statistical manipulation of data (Anova, Basic Fits, etc)

There are also disadvantages:

  • It uses a large amount of memory and on slow computers it is very hard to use.
  • It sits “on top” of Windows, getting as much CPU time as Windows allows it to have. This makes real-time applications very complicated.


REPORT ON VLSI DESIGN WORKSHOP (6th October. 2018)

For

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

 

Objective: Our objective is to help students to gain an overall knowledge of the applied Technology and its functioning. For present and future reference we provide ample productive materials focusing the subject and application areas of the technology. The main objective of workshop was to make students aware with the practical uses of Electronic technology, VLSI. Workshop will help students to make them known about VLSI and VHDL programming as well.

 

Resource Persons

A workshop on “VLSI” was organized by department of ECE in association with IIHT, Durgapura.

Faculty Coordinator : Ms. Priyanka Sharma

Present Students: 60

Mode of Workshop: Presentation and Simulation of Programs

 

Introduction:

VLSI Design is a growing technology in field of Electronics. The workshop was also aimed to give students an idea about VHDL programming. It is totally new technology for second and third year students were interested to know about it.

Topic Covered:

  • Understanding concept of chip/ ic designing
  • Software used in chip designing
  • Xilinx software installation
  • Introduction to various programming languages used for VLSI
  • Basics of VHDL
  • Simulation of various circuits designed on chip
  • Practical 1: Basic Logic Gates
  • Practical 2: Half Adder/ Full Adder

Feedback from Students

The Workshop was fully dedicated for the students of electronics branch to clear the basic concept of VLSI & VHDL language related to electronic technology. In the end of workshop student learnt about this technology and clear basics through practical.

 

Conclusion

Department of Electronics and Communication of Poornima Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jaipur in collaboration with IIHT, Durgapura has organized a one day workshop on “VLSI” with the aim to clear the basic concept of VLSI. After the completion of workshop director, PIET took feedback from students and promised students to arrange more such workshops. On behalf of institute thanked  to the representatives  IIHT, Durgapura  by presenting bouquet.

 

CONTENTS

Poornima Institute of Engineering & Technology Jaipur

Department of Electrical Engineering

List of Activities

S.No

Activity Name

Date

Outcome Status

1

TCS NQT Training

7th Oct,2019

P3,P4,P8

2

Workshop on MATLAB by IIHT

27th - 29th Aug,2019

P5 ,P2

3

Workshop on SCADA by IHT

25th-27th  Oct, 2019

P8 ,P10

4

JARO Summer Training Seminar

24th July,2019

P5 ,P11

5

CRT Training

2-Sep-19

P11 ,P7

6

CAREER GUIDANCE

7-Aug- 2019

P7 ,P6

7

Personality Development Lecture

11-Aug- 2019

P2 ,P2

8

Seminar on BARC Summer Training

19-Sep-19

P2,P3,P12

9

Aluminai interaction

24/07/19

P1,P2,P7,

10

Seminar  On Summer Training

25/08/2019

P3,P4,P8

11

Department  Day

1-Oct-19

P5 ,P5

 

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SESSION - 2019-2020

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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

POORNIMA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING & TECHNOLGY

ISI-2 RIICO INSTITUTIONAL AREA, SITAPURA, JAIPUR



Seminar On Summer Training

Sudent Coordinator : Piyush saini

Venue:AF09

 

A seminar has organized with third year electrical students regarding summer training and it’s importance in future. This meet was conducted with (no. of students) of third year students  and that will understand the scenario of summer training during placement .

I shared my knowledge about company with a presentation on” A-ONE”   

 

 I explain to them the process of apply for a valuable company for summer training or a internship and also prefer some websites of online course for intership. I also explain time duration of training that is 60 days for non backlog students and 45 days of training for backlog students.

I tell them how to select for training and also explain the resume making process for applying the company.

 

The interaction was end at 2 PM.Then After tutor Sir/ma’am thank you for sharing  valuable knowledge to  third year students.

 

Company Profile:

 

 

FULL DESCRIPTION:

Infosys Limited is engaged in consulting, technology, outsourcing and next-generation services. The Company, along with its subsidiaries, provides business information technology services comprising application development and maintenance, independent validation, infrastructure management, engineering services comprising product engineering and life cycle solutions and business process management; consulting and systems integration services comprising consulting, enterprise solutions, systems integration and advanced technologies; products, business platforms and solutions to accelerate intellectual property-led innovation, including Finacle, its banking solution, and offerings in the areas of Analytics, Cloud and Digital Transformation. Its segments are Financial Services and Insurance (FSI), Manufacturing and Hi-tech (MFG & Hi-TECH), Energy & utilities, Communication and Services (ECS), Retail, Consumer packaged goods and Logistics (RCL), and Life Sciences and Healthcare (LSH).

 

Some photograghs of the session:



Date: 22/09/2019

 

Seminar on Summer Training

 

Student Coordinator: Vaibhav Malav Venue : AF02

 

Vaibhav Malav from final year Electrical Department has organized an meet with third year electrical students regarding summer training and it's importance for an engineer . This meeting was conducted with (no. of students)students of third year and that will understand the scenario of summer training. I shared my knowledge about company with a presentation on "BHABHA ATOMIC RESEARCH CENTER" (Tarapur).

 

I also explain them how to apply for a company for an internship or summer training. He also prefer us preparation some websides of online course for internship.

 

I  aware them  about importance of summer training report , presentation and introduction of company.

 

The interaction was end at 1am . After Udit Sir thank you for sharing knowledge knowledge third year students.

 

Thank You

 

Some Photographs of the session:



CAREER COUNSELING SESSION

 

Venue: EE Deptt.(AF-09)

 

On 11th Aug 2019, PIET, Jaipur organized Event on Career Counseling Session witnessing the esteemed presence of Dr. Rachna Nigam,Er. Rajendra Singh at PIET in the deptt. of Electrical engineering deptt, Mr. Udit Mamodiya at PIET in the deptt. of Electrical engineering deptt.

Before starting the session, HOD,PIET welcome and addressed the students. She showed his humble gratitude towards students for their gracious presence. More than 50 students of EE Branch participated & were benefited by the experience of the Dr. Rachna Nigam (IT & Business School).

Addressing the students, She said that PIET have always been looking forward to the guidance of the studs and the successful future. For this purpose, the group organized career counseling seminars for the students. More than 50 students participated in the seminar.

To make the seminar an interactive one, Nigami first asked the students about their career preferences. Rachna  wanted to know about the career related scenario with the students, after listening to the students' views, they gave important information related to personality development and personal interview to the students by telling them about the preparations related to the students.

At the same time, told the students about the efforts of the PIET about the students' careers. Students said that the information given in the seminars has definitely encouraged them and they will try to give a new look to their career while paying attention to these things. Mrs. Shuchi Shukla, HOD of PIET, also said that the seminar was highly beneficial and assured the students for organizing such seminars in future for the benefit of the students.

She said that education is the key to success. She said that teachers play an important role in moulding the future of a student. “As the competition at this time is extremely high, we as teachers are taking up the new techniques for students. It could be the career counselling sessions on regular basis or the teacher-student meetings. With these developmental techniques we are trying to shape the future of our students. These techniques on the other hand are proving to be a boon for them,” said Nigam.



Report on CRT Training

EVENT:CRT Class

Date:02/09/2019

Venue: PIET

Timing:09:00 AM - 3:00 PM

 The one days CRT classes was held on 02 September 2019 and it was conducted by GATE Club. Nearly 45 students of 4rd Year EE branch attended these classes. The base line of these classes was to improve the communication skills and soft skills of the students and to extract their hidden talent of speaking by conducting extempore, group discussions and many more classroom activities. Communication skills like listening, speaking, reading, and writing were well trained by many lectures.

 Summary: The session commenced at 9:00 am. One of the member of GATE Club educated the students about writing skill and gave a worksheet to practice. He also explained why writing skill is important in life. After two hours of class another member educated about speaking and he also gave a work sheet to practice. Each and every lecturer was telling why BEC (Business English Certificate) is important in future job purpose.



Report On TCS InfyTQ Certification

Date:7/10/2019

 

TATA Consultancy Services Limitedis an Indian multinational information technology (IT) service and consulting company headquartered in Mumbai, Maharashtra, India. It is a subsidiary of Tata Group and operates in 149 locations across 46 countries. TCS is the second largest Indian company by market capitalization. Tata consulting services is now placed among the most valuable IT services brands worldwide. In 2015, TCS was ranked 64th overall in the Forbes World's Most Innovative Companies ranking, making it both the highest-ranked IT services company and the top Indian company.[8] It is the world's largest IT services provider. As of 2018, it is ranked eleventh on the Fortune India 500 list.[10] In April 2018, TCS became the first Indian IT company to reach $100 billion market capitalization,[11] and second Indian company ever (after Reliance Industries achieved it in 2007) after its market capitalization stood at ?6,79,332.81 crore ($102.6 billion) on the Bombay Stock Exchange.

In 2016-2017, Parent company Tata Sons owned 70% of TCS; and more than 70% of Tata Sons' dividends were generated by TCS. In March 2018, Tata Sons decided to sell stocks of TCS worth $1.25 billion in a bulk deal.

 

What is TCS InfyTQ certification Exam?

The TCS Certification program is an examination to test your industry readiness by determining your knowledge in Programming and Databases. What you get by clearing the assessment is a certification that you can flaunt as well as a chance to get interviewed at TCS on the same day!

Infytq Eligibility Criteria

  • You must be registered on InfyTQ app. If you haven’t, then download the app or register now on the website.
  • To register for the TCS Certification, you must be a student of B.E., B. Tech, M.E., M. Tech, M.Sc., MCA or MCM, graduating in 2020.
  • You don’t require a minimum percentage to apply for The TCS InfyTQ exam. Irrespective of your academic score, you are eligible.
  • You will need to score a minimum of 65% in the TCS Infytq exam to get the TCS Certification. Students who score above 65% in the examination, will be eligible for an on-the-spot interview by TCS.

Infytq Exam Pattern 2019

TCS Infytq exam is a 3-hour comprehensive exam consisting of the two sections – Objective & Hands-on coding.

Rounds

Number of Questions

Time duration

Objective (Programming MCQs)

20 

3 hours in total.

Hands-on Coding (Coding)

2

3 hours in total.

  • In the objective programming MCQs round, students will have to answer 20 MCQs. These 20 MCQs will be asked from OOPs, Data Structures, DBMS, SQL & Fundamentals of Python. Infytq programming MCQs section is of easy to medium difficulty level.
  • In the Hands-on coding round, students will have to answer 2 coding questions. These 2 questions should be coded only using Python 3 language. Students will not have the option to code using other languages like C, C++, Java, etc.

TCS Infytq Syllabus 2019

Infytq syllabus 2019 for TCS Certification test is as given below. Infytq syllabus given here is based on the questions asked in the exam & the sample test.

  • Programming Fundamentals of Python
  • OOPs
  • Data Structures & Algorithms
  • DBMS & SQL

To cover this syllabus, TCS itself has provided a set of FREE Courses. You can study these courses (Programming Fundamentals using Python, Object Oriented Programming using Python, Data Structures and Algorithms using Python, and Learning DBMS and SQL) on InfyTQ website/app under the Foundation Courses section.



Seminar on Summer Training

Student coordinator: Navanshu Sharma

Venue: AF-02

Date: 24th July,2019

Navanshu Sharma final year electrical students regarding placement in Jaro Education company . this meet was conducted with few of 3rd year final year students and that will understand the scenario of placement in Jaro Education . I shares my experience of the company and some interesting interview questions that were blow are minds.

 

I explain them the exam pattern to in more detail and section of exam in exam is held . I also prefer us preparation some websides to study for jaro Education exam with an advise to not to study with books.

 

I tell them How to crack interview and many cross questing with HR of the company that HR can ask you any logical question to test your ability to handle any condition at any level / post of company .

 

The interaction was end at 2.00pm. After that Udit Sir thank me for sharing my valuable time and knowledge with final year students.

 

Company Profile:

Jaro Education is a leading education service providing company involved in a wide range of education related initiatives. Jaro Education is a venture of professionals with vast experience in the education and corporate industry with a vision to provide one stop solution of education to every student in the country. With our presence in 6 cities in India, we have lived up to our motto of providing quality education to students, working professionals and entrepreneurs. Kindly Note: - Job Opportunity for the Fresh Management / MBA / MMS /PGDM (marketing) / BBA / BBM /B.Com /B.Sc Students. Job Profile: Manager – Business Development/ Career Development Job Location: Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai, Gurgaon Remuneration: POST GRADUATES GRADUATES INTERNSHIP 5.46 Lakh pa (Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Gurgaon) 3.96 Lakh pa (Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Gurgaon, Chennai, Hyderabad) 10 k Mumbai, Pune, Bangalore, Gurgaon, Chennai, Hyderabad) 5.22 Lakh pa (Chennai, Hyderabad) (Fixed Salary + Travelling Reimbursement + Monthly Incentives + Performance cum Continuity Bonus) Job Description: Achieving Enrolment targets (End to End Sales). Lead generation through cold calling. Meeting & Counselling prospective students Desired Candidate Profile: MBA- Mkg only Good Communication Skills Pleasing Personality Interested in sales profile / Flair for sales Open to Travelling Ready to work on targets Process of Interview: Group Discussion Personal Interview Operations Round

Thank You

 

Some Photographs of the session:



DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Report On

"CAREER GUIDANCE - INTERVIEW SKILLS AND GROUP DISCUSSION"

Expert Lecture By

(Dr Ritu Soryan)

August, 7th 2k19

 

Venue:AF-02(EE DEPTT)

Time: 10.00 am to 12.00 pm

Participants: IV Year EE

Guest Speaker:

Dr Ritu Soryan Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering has organized a Guest Lecture on “Carreer Guidance- Interview Skills and Group Discussion” on 07.08.2019 for final year EEE students. The objective of this guest lecture is to create awareness among the outgoing students on the steps for success in interviews. The lecture was started with brief introduction. The guest speaker Dr Ritu Soryan edified the students with importance and need of Communication Skills. The session started with the key points for preparation to a successful interview and Group discussion tips and strategies. The suggestions given during lecture sessions are as follows: i) Self evaluation ii) Before the interview a) Research the company b) Practice interviews c) Dress professionally d) Arrive early iii) During the interview a) First impressions (only in 30 seconds) b) Smile c) Body Language d) Speak clearly e) Listen before answering f) Give brief answers g) Previous employers h) Be truthful i) Know your resume j) Keep things at a professional level iv) After the interview a) Back in touch b) Get everyone’s business card c) Thank the interviewer After this session guidance has been given for Group Discussion (G.D). i.e steps for conclusion in G.D. The students have shown their interest regarding the common interview questions and positive and negative point in G.D. Refreshing activities (cross questions) has been conducted. The lecture session was very informative for students. The necessary materials were issued feedback from the students was collected.  Guidance has been given for Group Discussion (G.D). i.e. six steps for initiation and seven G.D. The students have shown their interest in interacting with the Dr Ritu Soryan for common interview questions and positive and negative point in G.D. At the end, session ended up with one group discussion video with body language analysis.  Students were very positive and promised that they work hard and prepare well for interviews. The expert lecture was beneficial for final year students who returned with the determination to work for skills.

 

 

SOME PHOTOGRAPHS OF SESSION:



MATLAB WORKSHOP

Venue: AF-02

Date: 27th - 29th Aug, 2019

Objective-

The workshop was based on the Basic of MATLAB.

Resource Persons

Poornima Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jaipur Electrical Engineering department conducted a workshop on MATLAB with technical support by IIHT PVT. LTD on 4/08/2019. The workshop was based on the Basics of MATLAB.

Introduction to MATLAB

MATLAB is a high-performance language for technical computing. It integrates computation, visualization, and programming in an easy-to-use environment where problems and solutions are expressed in familiar mathematical notation. Typical uses include:

  • Math and computation
  • Algorithm development
  • Modeling, simulation, and prototyping
  • Data analysis, exploration, and visualization
  • Scientific and engineering graphics
  • Application development, including Graphical User Interface building

 

MATLAB is an interactive system whose basic data element is an array that does not require dimensioning. This allows you to solve many technical computing problems, especially those with matrix and vector formulations, in a fraction of the time it would take to write a program in a scalar non interactive language such as C or FORTRAN.

 

The name MATLAB stands for matrix laboratory. MATLAB was originally written to provide easy access to matrix software developed by the LINPACK and EISPACK projects, which together represent the state-of-the-art in software for matrix computation.

MATLAB features a family of application-specific solutions called toolboxes. Very important to most users of MATLAB, toolboxes allow you to learn and apply specialized technology. Toolboxes are comprehensive collections of MATLAB functions (M-files) that extend the MATLAB environment to solve particular classes of problems. Areas in which toolboxes are available include signal processing, control systems, neural networks, fuzzy logic, wavelets, simulation, and many others.

 

MATLAB is a fourth-generation programming language and numerical analysis environment. Uses for MATLAB include matrix calculations, developing and running algorithms, creating user interfaces (UI) and data visualization. The multi-paradigm numerical computing environment allows developers to interface with programs developed in different languages.

 

MATLAB is used by engineers and scientists in many fields such as image and signal processing, communications, control systems for industry, smart grid design, robotics as well as computational finance.

 

MATLAB System

MATLAB system consists of five main parts:

  • MATLAB language

This is a high-level matrix/array language with control flow statements, functions, data structures, input/output, and object-oriented programming features. It allows both "programming in the small" to rapidly create quick and dirty throw-away programs, and "programming in the large" to create complete large and complex application programs.

  • MATLAB working environment

This is the set of tools and facilities that you work with as the MATLAB user or programmer. It includes facilities for managing the variables in your workspace and importing and exporting data. It also includes tools for developing, managing, debugging, and profiling M- files, MATLAB's applications.

Handle Graphics

This is the MATLAB graphics system. It includes high-level commands for two-dimensional and three-dimensional data visualization, image processing, animation, and presentation graphics. It also includes low-level commands that allow you to fully customize the Appearance of graphics as well as to build complete Graphical User Interfaces on your MATLAB applications.

 

MATLAB Application Program Interface (API)

This is a library that allows you to write C and Fortran programs that interact with MATLAB. It include facilities for calling routines from MATLAB (dynamic linking), calling MATLAB as a computational engine, and for reading and writing MAT-files.



REPORT ON DEPARTMENT DAY OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

 

Date of Activity: 1/10/2019

Venue: Arbuda Auditorium,PIET

Chief Guest: Mr. Govind Sharma

Student Participation: 60

Time- 10: 00 AM - 2:30 PM

 

Department Day of Electrical Engineering was celebrated on Tuesday, 01 October, 2019 at Poornima Institute Of Engineering and Technology. theme of the Day was Skill India. The program was started with Saraswati Vandana and Poornima Gaan by students of Department and Welcome Note by Dr. Dinesh Goyal , Director,PIET

Mr. Govind Sharma, Ex.Chief (Retired,NIDA) graced the occasion as Chief Guest, and inaugurated the event with Lamp Lighting. Chief Guest addressed the students with the message of research and innovation. He also discussed the habits of successful people and habit of listening. Dr.

,Dr. Dinesh  Goyal , Director, Poornima Group of Institutions also addressed the students and motivated them for bright careers.

Students presented the annual report of department in guidance of Ms. Shuchi Shukla, H.O.D. Electrical department. They discussed various Achievements and academic result of B.Tech. They also told about the various programs, groups, and activities which are running in department for the welfare students. Department Documentary and annual report was presented and the program ended with vote of thanks by Ms. Shuchi Shukla, H.O.D. Electrical department.

In next session of the day many events like group dance,Song and SKIT were organized by the III year and final year students of electrical. Students participated in those activities with fun and enjoyment.

In the end Memento and Certificate had been distributed by Dinesh  Goyal , Director,PIET, Ms. Shuchi Shukla, H.O.D. Electrical department to the students who got 1st and 2nd place in the various activities. After prize and certificate distribution Dr. Dinesh Goyal, Director, Poornima University addressed the students and encourages them for performing better in upcoming semester.

Venue: BB-31, PIET

Session 1–Technical Session(SEMINAR)

Time: (10:00 AM -10:30AM)

Anchors: Simran & Khushboo

S. No.

Activity

Time

1

Best internship Presentation (Department of Civil Engineering)

10:00 AM -10:10 AM

2

Best internship Presentation (Department of Electronics &

Communication Engineering)

10:10 AM -10:20 AM

3

Best internship Presentation (Department of Electrical Engineering)

10:20 AM -10:30 AM

 

DEPARTMENT DAY CELEBRATION, 2019

Tuesday, October 1, 2019

Venue: Arbuda Convention Center, PIET

Arrival of Faculty Members and students at Venue

10:50 AM – 10:55AM

Attendance by respective Tutors

10:55 AM – 11:00 AM

Session 2 – Inaugural Ceremony (Time: 11:00 AM to 12:28 PM)

Anchors: Navanshu Sharma,Khushboo,Simran,Girish

1

Arrival of Dignitaries

11:00 AM

 

2

Welcoming guest:

1.Chief Guest: Mr Govind Sharma, Ret.  Chief National Research Development Corporation, New Delhi

2. Dr. Dinesh Goyal, Principle & Director, PIET

 

 

11:00 AM – 11:02 AM

3

Ganesh Vandana by Garima Khandelwal

11:02 AM – 11:05 AM

 

4

Lighting of Lamp

All Eminent Dignitaries

1.      Chief   Guest:   Mr   Govind  Sharma, Ret.  Chief National Research Development Coorporation,New Delhi

2. Dr. Dinesh Goyal, Principal & Director, PIET

3. Dr. Gautam Singh, Registrar and Chief Proctor, PIET

4. Dr. Pran Nath Dadhich, Head, Department of Civil Engineering, PIET

5. Mr. Manish Singhal, Head, Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, PIET

6. Mrs. Shuchi Shukla, Head, Department of Electrical Engineering, PIET

 

11:05 AM - 11:07 AM

5

Presentation of bouquet & memento to Chief Guest by Dr. Dinesh

Goyal

11:07 AM – 11:09 AM

6

Poornima Gaan

11:09 AM- 11:13AM

7

Department Report & Documentary (EE,PIET)

11:13 AM- 11:28AM

8

Department Report & Documentary (Civil, PIET)

11:28 AM- 11:43AM

9

Department Report & Documentary (ECE,PIET)

11:43 AM- 11:58 AM

10

Inaugural Address by Dr. Dinesh Goyal, Director PIET

11:58 AM – 12:05 PM

 

 

11

Award distribution#1

 

12:05 PM -12:15 PM

12

Introduction of Chief Guest

12:15 PM – 12:17PM

13

Keynote Address by Chief Guest

12:17 PM – 12:27 PM

14

Vote of Thanks to Chief Guest

12:27 PM – 12:28 PM

 

Venue: Arbuda Convention Center, PIET

 

Session 3 - Extra Curricular Activities (CULTURAL EVENTS) (Time: 12:30PM - 02:33PM )

Anchors :Navanshu & Girish

S.N.

Dept.

Group Name

Activity

Duration

(Minutes)

Timing

1

PIET, EC

Vocals

SONG

4

12:30PM – 12:34PM

2

PGI, CIVIL

The Back Benchers

DANCE

8

12:34PM – 12:42PM

3

PGI, CIVIL

Luv Aaj Kal

SONG

8

12:42PM – 12:50PM

4

PIET, EE

Pratibha& Team

DANCE

6

12:50PM – 12:56PM

5

PIET, EC

Diya & Group

SKIT

8

12:56PM – 1:06PM

6

 

Award Distribution #2

 

 

1:06PM – 1:16PM

7

PIET, EC

Simran & Group

DANCE

5

1:16PM – 1:21PM

8

PIET, EE

Sacchidanand& Ravi

SONG

3

1:21PM – 1:24PM

9

PIET, CIVIL

Patiala Rockers

DANCE

5

1:24PM – 1:29PM

10

 

Award Distribution # 3

 

 

1:39PM – 1:40PM

11

PIET, EE

Kushagra Jain &Rakeshprajapati

SONG

3

1:40PM – 1:43PM

12

PIET, EC

Jighyasu Garg

OPEN MIC

3

1:43PM – 1:46PM

13

PGI, CIVIL

60 Year’s Of Bollywood

SONG

8

1:46PM – 1:54PM

14

PIET, EC

Diya And Group

SONG

6

1:54PM – 2:00PM

15

 

Award Distribution # 4

 

 

2:00PM – 2:10PM

16

PIET ,EE

Ravi Singh &Team

SKIT

8

2:10PM – 2:18PM

17

PGI, CIVIL

90’s STARS

DANCE

7

2:18PM – 2:25PM

18

PIET ,CIVIL

Boulders

DANCE

5

2:25PM – 2:30PM

19

PIET, EE

Girish Sharma

SONG

3

2:30PM – 2:33PM



Workshop on SCADA

Venue:AF-02

Date: 25th-27th Oct, 2019

Department of Electrical Engineering of Poornima institute of Engineering & technology, Jaipur has organized , the workshop on SCADA which is based on basic software, circuit designing and new technologies. This session was taken in AF-02 (EE). It was really a nice session and it also went in a proper manner. A seminar presentation was given about basic SCADA and some videos were also played on various topics . A test was also conducted on that topic too. Every student did well in the test . One of the student "PIYUSH SAINI" got the highest marks.

Supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) is a control system architecture that uses computers, networked data communications and graphical user interfaces for high-level process supervisory management, but uses other peripheral devices such as programmable logic controllers and discrete PID controllers to interface to the process plant or machinery.

The operator interfaces which enable monitoring and the issuing of process commands, such as controller set point changes, are handled through the SCADA supervisory computer system. However, the real-time control logic or controller calculations are performed by networked modules which connect to the field sensors and actuators. The SCADA concept was developed as a universal means of remote access to a variety of local control modules, which could be from different manufacturers allowing access through standard automation protocols. In practice, large SCADA systems have grown to become very similar to distributed control systems in function, but using multiple means of interfacing with the plant. They can control large-scale processes that can include multiple sites, and work over large distances. It is one of the most commonly-used types of industrial control systems, however there are concerns about SCADA systems being vulnerable to cyberwarfare/cyberterrorism attacks.

An important part of most SCADA implementations is alarm handling. The system monitors whether certain alarm conditions are satisfied, to determine when an alarm event has occurred. Once an alarm event has been detected, one or more actions are taken (such as the activation of one or more alarm indicators, and perhaps the generation of email or text messages so that management or remote SCADA operators are informed). In many cases, a SCADA operator may have to acknowledge the alarm event, this may deactivate some alarm indicators, whereas other indicators remain active until the alarm conditions are cleared. Alarm conditions can be explicit?for example, an alarm point is a digital status point that has either the value NORMAL or ALARM that is calculated by a formula based on the values in other analogue and digital points or implicit: the SCADA system might automatically monitor whether the value in an analogue point lies outside high and low- limit values associated with that point. Examples of alarm indicators include a siren, a pop-up box on a screen, or a colored or flashing area on a screen (that might act in a similar way to the fuel tank empty light in a car in each case, the role of the alarm indicator is to draw the operators attention to the part of the system in alarm so that appropriate action can be taken.

 



REPORT ON Machine Learning WORKSHOP

For

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRONICS & COMMUNICATION ENGINEERING

 

Objective: Machine Learning has been on top of the charts of trending advanced technologies since a long time. It is a method of data analysis that automates analytical model building and happens to be a branch of artificial intelligence based on the idea that systems can learn from data, identify patterns and make decisions with minimal human intervention. In order to make the students acquainted with this topic, IHT conducted a technical workshop on Machine Learning.

 

Resource Persons

A workshop on “Machine Learning” was organized by department of ECE in association with IHT Jaipur

Faculty Coordinator: Mr Kamal Kishore Choure

Present Students: 50

Introduction:

Machine Learning has been on top of the charts of trending advanced technologies since a long time. It is a method of data analysis that automates analytical model building and happens to be a branch of artificial intelligence based on the idea that systems can learn from data, identify patterns and make decisions with minimal human intervention.

Topic Covered:

  • Introduction of Machine Learning
  • Techniques of Machine Learning
  • Data Processing
  • Math refresher
  • Regression
  • Feature engineering
  • modeling
  • basics of python
  • Time Series Analysis

Feedback from Students

The Workshop was fully dedicated for the students of electronics branch to clear the basic concept of Machine Learning  related to electronic technology. In the end of workshop student learnt about this technology and clear basics through practical.

 

Conclusion

Department of Electronics and Communication of Poornima Institute of Engineering & Technology, Jaipur in collaboration with IHT Jaipur has organized a one day workshop on “Machine Learning” with the aim to clear the basic concept of Machine Learning. After the completion of workshop director, PIET took feedback from students and promised students to arrange more such workshops. On behalf of institute thanked to the representatives IHT,Jaipur  by presenting bouquet.