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Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Message from Head of Department

Prof. Sunita Badave

Head of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department.

Welcome to the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Marathwada Institute of Technology, Aurangabad. We started our journey in the year of 2010-11. Over the last seven years, we have grown our expertise and competence in the core Electrical and Electronics Engineering curriculum and research. We have a strong undergraduate program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering and at post graduate level we offer M.E.(Electrical rives and Control).


The primary objective of the course is to impart technical knowledge to students, promote their problem solving skills and innovation of new technologies. As the Marathwada Institute of Technology grows in stature and quality, our department aspires to considerably expand its research and teaching activities in new directions, and welcome all initiatives and support which would help us work towards that goal.

We have state of the art research facilities in the field of Automation and Mechatronics, established in collaboration with SIEMENS to support our academic programs and research.


I am proud and privileged by heading the team of faculty members who have excellent academic credentials and are highly committed to overall development of student in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. They have conferred with many publications at national and international levels. They also have set up strong bounds with industry to bridge the gap between industry and academia.


We strive to ensure that all our undergraduate students have a strong education with teaming and leadership skills, involvement in student activities, and the practical background of co-op and internship experience. We believe that emphasizing these areas will make our students well qualified to take leadership roles in the future.


Our goal for undergraduate students is to give them a high-quality engineering education that includes hands-on experience. Particular emphasis is given on familiarizing students with New Technologies through courses that include also a laboratory part.


We also have a strong post graduate program in Electrical Drives and Control to fulfill the current need of industry.


Our alumni cell is continuous working to maintain the good relationships with all our alumni, who are the most valued output of the department. We always try to engage our alumni in best possible way and seek their advice on how best to achieve our aim.

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Intake


Under Graduate (UG)
Electrical & Electronics Engineering (Intake-60)
Post Graduate (PG)
Electrical Drives & Control (Intake-18)

Objective of the Course


To prepare the students to -

Train students to understand, differentiate, as well as, correlate electrical and electronics sub-domains.
Help students to pursue professional development which includes continuing or advanced education relevant to electrical and electronics field.
Provide knowledge and skill in the development of controls and drives to meet varied applications and design innovative products and services in the ?eld, keeping abreast with the latest technology and toolset.
Carry out research activities leading to innovative solutions in interfacing power electronic controllers with non-conventional energy sources.
Enable students to design digital and analog devices related to electrical systems.

Vision & Mission


  • Vision

  • Providing students centric learning environment and prepare students to face global challenges in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
  • Mission

  • To prepare students for successful career, employment and research.
  • To build strong foundation of moral, ethics, self–confidence through conducive learning environment in collaboration with stake holders.

Faculty Details


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SUNITA BADAVE
HOD
DR. RAM KANHE
Associate Professor
ARJUN KARDILE
Assistant Professor
GAURI KARANJGAONKAR
Assistant Professor
LAIJU JOHN
Assistant Professor
RAKHI KHARAT
Assistant Professor
RUCHITA MAHESHWARI
Assistant Professor
SAURABH KOHLI
Assistant Professor
SHITAL MULE
Assistant Professor
SOMNATH PAWAR
Assistant Professor
SONALI SABNIS
Assistant Professor
SYED QASIM ALI
Assistant Professor
VAIBHAV SAUNDARMAL
Assistant Professor
VIMAL PILLAI
Assistant Professor
Employee ID
100141
Full Name
SUNITA BADAVE
Designation
HOD
Date of Joining
21/02/1992

Education Details

DegreeStreamOrganizationUniversityYear Of PassingGradeLocationState / Country
B.E.B.E ( ELECTRICAL ) SHIVAJI UNIVERSITY KOLHAPURJanuary-1990FIRST CLASSKOLHAPURMAHARASHTRA - India
M.E.M.E ( ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEM ) DR.B.A.M.U AURANGABADDecember-1998FIRST CLASSAURANGABADMAHARASHTRA - India

List of Paper Published in National / International Journals

  1. S.M.Badave, A.S.Bhalchandra, “ Critical Path Reduction of Distributed Arithmetic Based FIR Filter” in International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications (IJACSA), Vol. 7, No. 3, April 2016, pp.71-78.
  2. Sunita Badave1, Anjali Bhalchandra, “Optimized Look-up-table for minimizing Critical Path in Distributed Arithmetic based FIR Filters”, Automatic Control and System Engineering Journal, ISSN 1687-4811, Volume 16, Issue 1, ICGST, Delaware, USA, June 2016,pp.17-26.
  3. Narendrasing.B.Rajput and Prof.S.M.Badave, “Handwritten Character Recognition – A Review”, IJERT- International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology, ISSN: 2278-0181,Vol.1.issue 8(Oct 2012).
  4. Narendrasing.B.Rajput and Prof.S.M.Badave, “Handwritten Character Recognition Using Wavelet Transform”, World Journal of Science and Technology 2012, ISSN: 2231-2587
  5. Ruchi M. Pachagade1, SunitaM.Badave2, PandavKiranMaroti, “Modulating Technique Based Cascaded Multilevel Inverter using Voltage Multiplier”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology, Vol. 5, Issue 2, February 2016.
  6.  Anuradha Limbraj Borkar, S.M.Badave, V.M.Kulkarni," Intelligent Particle Swarm Optimization", International Journal of Engineering and Innovative Technology (IJEIT),Volume 1, Issue 3, March 2012, ISSN: 2277-3754

List of Paper Published in National / International Conference

1.

Mrs. S.M.badve, “Role of  I2C Bus in serial communication protocol”, National level conference on “Computer  communication  & Security”, Institute of Electronics & telecommunication egg. & Dept of comp. Sci. & Information Technology. On 4th & 5th Jan 2004.

 

2.

Mrs. S.M.badve, “Optical Computer-A Solution to copper wire” in poster session in National Level Conference on Microwaves & Optoelectronics(NCMO), organized by Physics Dept.,Dr. B.A.M.U. Aurangabad.,on 29th & 30th June 2004

 

3.

Mrs. S.M.badve, “Review of Methods for Range Measurement in Mobile Robot.”in National Conference on “Emerging Trends in Mechatronics” on 23rd & 24th July 2004.Organised by M.I.T. Aurangabad.

 

4.

Mrs. S.M.badve,“SAKHA- A Rehabilation Aids for Disabled People.”in National onference on “Emerging Trends in Mechatronics” on 23rd & 24th July  2004.Organised by M.I.T. Aurangabad.

 

5.

Mrs. S.M.badve, V.M.Kulkarni,“Future Computer – Linking with Light” in National Technical paper Presentation Competition on 8th & 9th January 2005 .organized by S.V.Institute of computer studies , kadi & Amoghsiddhi Education Society , Sangali

 

6.

Mrs. S.M.badve, V.M.Kulkarni, “Range Measurement using optical method for Mobile Robotsin National Technical paper Presentation Competition on 8th & 9th January 2005 .organized by S.V.Institute of computer studies , kadi & Amoghsiddhi Education Society , Sangali

 

7.

Mrs. S.M.badve, V.M.Kulkarni,“Random Sequence Generator”in National Conference on “Advances in Electronics & Telecommunication Engineering (NCAETE-  05)” Organised by College of Engineering Osmanabad,on 25th  &26th Feb.2005.

 

8.

Mrs. S.M.badve, “Minimisation of Power Consumption in Embedded Systemin National Conference on “TSyGECA - 06” on 23rd &  24th  January 2006.organised by Govt. College of Engg. Aurangabad.

 

 

Participated in International Conference “Microwave and Optoelectronics (ICMO) 2007”, organized by Dr. B.A.M.U. on 17-20 2007.

 

9.

Mrs. S.M.badve, Surveillance System of Sandal Wood Forests”in National Conference “Technomillennium 2007 – An Indian Corridor ” on 15th-17th Sept 2007 , organized at MIT, Aurangabad

 

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Mrs. S.M.badve, Shrikrishna Sutawane,“Surveillance System of Sandal Wood Forests- An Application of Zigbee Protocol” in National Conference on “Emerging Trands in Information technology” on January 28-29, 2008. Organized by P.E.S.Engg College, Aurangabad.

 

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Selected a paper at “Embedded System Conference ,India”(ESC India 2008), at Bangabluru on October 14-17,2008 on Surveillance System of Sandal Wood Forests- An Application of Zigbee Protocol using an Ultra Low Power Consumption Microcontroller MSP 430”  

 

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S.M.Badave, “Cordic Processor for Realization of DFT”, A National Conference on Signal Processing, 5th – 6th March 2009, organized by Department of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Maharashtra Institute of Technology, Aurangabad.

 

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S.M.Badave, Dr..Z.Gandhare,Dr.A.S.Bhalchandra,Dr.M.S.Joshi, An Optimized Area High Throughput Pipelined FIR Filter Implementation on FPGA in International Conference on Energy Optimization and Control(ICEOC-2010), December 28-30, 2010.

 

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S.M.Badave, “High Throughput Pipelined FIR Filter in International Conference on Concurrent Techno and Enviro Search, Bhopal, December 4-5 2010, pp.

 

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S.M.Badave, “Multiplierless FIR Filter Implementation ” in First International Conference on Sunrise Technologies (iCOST 2011), January 13-15, 2011.

 

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S.M.Badave, Dr.A.S.Bhalchandra, “Multiplierless FIR Filter Implementation on FPGA” in IEEE International Conference on Network Communication and Computer(ICNCC 2011), New Delhi,March 21-23, 2011, pp.

 

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S.M.Badave, Dr.A.S.Bhalchandra, Distributed Arithmetic: An Area Optimized Solution of FIR Filter Implementation in IEEE 2011 World Congress on Engineering and Technology (CET 2011)(ISBN 978-1-61284-363-6), Shanghai, Chaina,October 28-30, 2011, pp.660-663

 

18*

M. D. Pawar, S. M. Badave,"Speaker Identification System Using Wavelet

Transformation And Neural Network",In International Journal Of Computer Applications In Engineering Sciences,[Vol I, Special Issue On CNS , July 2011], ISSN2231-4946,pp.228-232.

 

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Anuradha Limbraj Borkar, S.M.Badave, “Bacterial Foraging Optimization with Emotional Intelligence”, International Conference on Current Trends and Challenges in Management, Engineering, Computer Applications and Technology, on 23rd ,24th and 25th March 2012.

 

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Abhijeet Gaikwad and Mrs.S.M.Badave, ‘Real Time on-line Monitoring Data Acquisition System for Industrial Waste Water using LPC 2148’, International Research Conference on Management, Technology and Engineering, 16th June 2012.

 

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Narendrasing.B.Rajput and Prof.S.M.Badave, Handwritten Character Recognition Using Wavelet Transform”,Proceedings of "2nd National Conference on Advances in Communication & computing (NCACC 13)” held at R.C.Patel Institute of Technology, Shirpur, Dist. Dhule, Maharastra, India. February 22 - 23, 2013

 

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Narendrasing.B.Rajput and Prof.S.M.Badave, “Handwritten Engilish Character Recognition Using Discrete Wavelet Transform”, 2nd IEEE International Conference on Communication and Signal Processing, 3rd, 4th and 5th April 2013. Organized by Department of Electronics and Communication Engineering, Adhiparashkthi Engineering College, Melmaruvathur, Tamilnadu.

 

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M. S. B. Ranjana, S. M. Badave, P. KiranMaroti, S. M. Mule and R. M. Kulkarni, "DC-DC current buck converter through duality approach and its DC transformer modelling for current based loads," 2016 International Conference on Circuit, Power and Computing Technologies (ICCPCT), Nagercoil, 2016, pp. 1-5.

 

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Aditi Terkar,Hemangi Baxi,S.N.Pawar,Rahul Deshpande,Mahajan Sagar Bhaskar Ranjana, S.M.Badave, “Investigation of Harmonics and Watt Loss of Capacitors Bank”, 2016 IEEE 1st International Conference on Power Electronics, Intelligent Control and Energy Systems (ICPEICES), 04 Jul - 06 Jul 2016,

 

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Saurabh Kohli, S. B. Mahajan, S. M. Badave, P. Sanjeevikumar, Atif Iqbal, “Finite Element Method Based Determination of Magnetic Loading of Three Phase Five Limb Transformer with Impact of DC Offset”

 

 

Professional Membership

1. IEEE- Circuit, signals and systems -93719601

2. ISTE- LM12365

3. IETE- M093698

4. IE-M149926-7

5. ISRD- M4150901211

Achievements and Awards

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Teaching Subjects

1. Digital Siganal Processing

2. Microcontrollers and applications

3. Microprocessor and Interfacing Techniques

4. Advanced Digital Signal Processing

5. Embedded Systems

6.VLSI Design

7.Neural Networks

8. Signals and Systems

9. VLSI Signal Processing

Digital System Design

Others

 
 1.  Member of Board of Studies, Dr.Babasaheb Ambedkar Marathwada University Aurangabad
   
   
   
   
   
   

Lab Details


Laboratory Name : Control System


Syncro as an error detector.

AC Servo Motor.

DC Servo Motor

Time response second order system

Speed Control System use of PID Controller Study of Control loop temperature control

Study of characteristics of DC servo motor

Study of characteristics of AC servo motor


Laboratory Name: Digital Elect & Microprocessor


No .of 8085 kits with it’s peripherals, CROs,

Trainers kits for Digital Electronics


Laboratory Name: Electronic Devices and Circuit


Trainers kits for Analog Electronics.

Various CROs, Function Generators

Multiple DC Power supply

Various Kits likes- Regulation Characteristics of Half Wave rectifier, Full Wave rectifier, Study Characteristics of CE,CB,CC amplifier, Study of FET Characteristics, Study of MOSFET Characteristics, Frequency response of RC Coupled amplifier, Study of transformer couple amplifier, Study of feedback circuit


Laboratory Name: Power Electronics


Various Power Scope, CROs, Function Generators.

Various Kits likes VI Characteristics of SCR, DIAC, TRAIC, UJT, MOSFET, IGBT.

Study of SCR firing circuit. Commutation circuit A,B,C,D.

Study of Chopper Circuit Johnson’s Chopper.

Study of series and Parallel inverter.

Study of UPS.


Laboratory Name: Network Analysis


Various CROs, Function Generators

Various Kits likes- Series & Parallel Responses of Circuit Trainer. Time Response of RL/RC network. Superposition & reciprocity Theorem kit, Maximum Power Transfer theorem AC circuit with resistive & reactive load kit, Thevenins Theorem kit, Norton's Theorem kit


Laboratory Name: Electrical Measurement & Testing


Various CROs, Function Generators

Various Kits likes- Measurement of displacement using LVDT, Measurement of temperature using any one temp sensor, Measurement of low resistance using Kelvin's double bridge, Measurement of inductance using Anderson's bridge, Experimental setup of measurement of reactive power 3, Ph. Balanced ckt. using 1 watt. meter, LCR load bank 3Ph.1 KW, Calibration of single phase static energy meter kit,

Extension of Instrument range: Ammeter, Voltmeter, Wattmeter


Laboratory Name: Electrical Machines


Various MG’s like Control panel for 3 phase, 3HP induction motor 2.2kW DC shunt generator set, 5HP DC Shunt Motor coupled with 3 phase ,3KVA Alternator, 3 HP DC Shunt Motor coupled to 2KVA Alternator, Transformer, Rectifier unit I/P 3Phase, 415AC, O/P 230V DC, control panel for 3 phase, 3HP slip ring induction motor

Various Instruments like- stroboscope, digital 9999 RPM, Tachometer, tongue tester, wattmeter, ammeters, voltmeters.


Laboratory Name: Computer


40 computers with specification of DUALCORE 2.53GHZ, HDD-250GB, RAM-2GB,

8051 Microcontroller kits with it’s peripherals


Laboratory Name: Switch Gear and Protection Lab


Alternator protection system trainer, Transformer protection System, transmission line protection system, Characteristics of IDMT, Characteristics of Static over current relay, Digital/Numerical over volt relay, Determine of characteristics of line constant, Earth tester with complete setup, Oil test set


Laboratory Name: Testing & Maintenance Lab


Fluke meter

Various components of electrical used


Two weeks ISTE STTP – “Electric Power System”

Two weeks ISTE STTP – “Electric Power System”

Date: 10/07/2017 – 15/07/2017
Time Slots: 9:30 AM to 11:00AM
11:15 AM to 1:00 PM
2:00 PM to 3:15 PM
3:30 PM to 5:00 PM
Venue: APJ Abdul Kalam Seminar Hall
Conducted by : Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), Kharagpur in association with
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE)
Marathwada Institute of Technology (MIT), Aurangabad

(As Remote Center)
No. of participants: 17

A two week ISTE STTP was conducted for the faculties to enhance the teaching methodology the faculties adopt while taking a course on “Electric power system”. The workshop was organized by IIT, Kharagpur over a span of 5 days in 198 remote centers through audio and video communication. The workshop was coordinated by HOD EEE Department, Dr. S.M. Badave along with the remote center coordinator Prof. Amar Mudiraj. The following are the details of the workshop:

Day 1: The day began with the inauguration of the workshop at all the remote centers. At MIT the program was inaugurated by the HOD of EEE Department Dr. S.M.Badave along with the participants from various colleges in and near the Aurangabad area. The day was dedicated to an introduction to power system by Prof. N.K.Kishore and Prof. S.A.Soman. The next two sessions were conducted to develop an understanding on steady state operation of power system and symmetrical faults conducted by Prof. Gautam Bandyopadyay. Overall the session covered the basics of power system in details.

Day 2: The second day focused . Also the symmetrical and unsymmetrical components involved in Power flow analysis were explained in details. One session dealt with fault analysis of the system. Hence performance of the line was evaluated through numerical solutions.

Day 3: The third day dealt with the concept of phase shifting transformer which is a breakthrough in recent power system analysis. The construction and the working details were explained. Sever case studies including the power flows of Mumbai network PST at Trombay location was explained to explain the relevance of phase shifting transformer by Prof. S.A.Soman. The next two sessions were dedicated to power system protection where all the different kinds of relay and their general characteristics were studied and the need for wide area monitoring and protection was explained.

Day 4: This day commenced with the demonstration on power flow simulation by Prof. N.K.Kishore in power word simulator where the power flow parameters were simulated on the Pword software. In the post lunch session the fault analysis was simulated on the same software. In the final session Prof. S.A.Soman explained the recent trends in the smart grid and the applications of ICT.

Day 5: In the first session Prof. N.K.Kishore began with an overview of laboratory course on power system in which various facilities needed in setting up the lab for the course on power system were discussed along with the constraints involved in setting up a lab like this. The later two sessions were conducted on introduction to the power exchange market where various bid structures in a power market were explained in details along with the market equilibrium with graphical visualization was discussed. Later market splitting concepts were explained in details.

Day 6: The final day of the workshop was divided into two sessions. The initial session dealt with the generation of renewable energy in our country along with the contribution of each renewable source in meeting the electricity demands. The future of renewable energy was explained in details. Various statistics were provided on how the electricity supply and demand has been varying over years. The final session was based on taking feedback from all the remote centers and analyzing the workshop where participants discussed about the importance of adapting the tools and methodology in teaching a course of electric power system.

Valedictory: The EEE department also organized the valedictory function in the seminar hall in the presence of Vice Principal, Admin Dr. H.M. Dharmadhikari and HOD EEE Department, Dr. S.M. Badave. In this session a vote of thanks was given to the organizers and coordinators and also feedbacks were taken from the participants at MIT center. We would like to express our gratitude towards the Director General Prof. Munish Sharma for giving us the platform to conduct this workshop. We would like to thank Principal Dr. N.G.Patil for his support and encouragement during this workshop. Also we are obliged to our Vice Principal Admin Dr. H.M. Dharmadhikari and Vice Principal Academics Dr. D.V.Nehete for supporting us during the entire event.

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Case Study – “Earthing”


Case Study – “Earthing”

Date: 18/07/2017
Time Slots: 3:15 PM to 5:15 PM
Venue: B.Tech and BE Campus
Class:B.E.
Resource Person: Mr. S.N. Pawar
Participant Faculties: Mr. S.S. Kohli
Ms. Sonali Sabnis
Ms. Shital Muley
No. of participants: 3

The case study was conducted to make students aware about the methods of earthing adopted while developing any building or installing any electrical equipments as earthing system connects the specific parts of the installation with earth conductive surface for safety and functional purposes as the choice of earthing system can affect the safety and electromagnetic compatibility of that installation.

The session on earthing was divided in two halves. In the first part a presentation was conducted for one hour by Mr. S.N. Pawar, Assitant Professor, MIT(E), Aurangabad to give students an overview on general guidelines to be followed for earthing i.e. making connection to earth and the various types of earthing methods used. The students were given information on earth fault protection on consumer premises. Later on students were detailed about power station, substation and overhead lines earthing.

In the second part of the session students were taken to various location in the BE and B.Tech campus to give them hands on knowledge on how the earthing is done. They were explained about the earthing taking place at the following locations:
1) Machine Lab and new constructed lift in EEE Department at B.E.
2) M-CIP Lab of Plastic and Polymer Department at B.Tech
3) Robotic Lab in Mechanical Department at B.E.

At the various location students were told about the different types of installation in the form of pipe and plate earth electrode. For the lift earthing, students were detailed about the two earthing pipes used, one for the protection of the motor and other for the protection of the lift. The dimensions of the plates and pipe used were explained along with the composition of the material being used in the soil to provide earthing were detailed.

They were told about the no. of bags of black soil, coal, salt and bentonite powder being used and how to layer each material of the composition. The properties of the soil like resistivity and corrosion allowance taken into account were elaborated. The various parameters like resistivity of the soil, the voltage between earth and neutral and the parameters of the earth pit were explained. For the pipe earthing at the M-CIP Lab students were introduced to 16 earthing pits being individually used for each machine and finally connected in the form of the mesh using GI plate so as to divert the leakage current to ground in case of a fault situation. In the end students were explained about the fault current calculations to be considered in mind while going for an earthing for any installation.

Overall the students were exposed to the earthing methodology adapted to make an installation complete with safety.

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FE Induction Program

FE Induction Program

Date: 01/08/2017 – 05/08/2017
Time Slot: 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM
Venue: EEE Department
Conducted by: EEE Department
No. of students: 25-35

Overview of the Induction Program
To make the new joining students aware about the environment of MIT(E) College, the first year induction program was conducted in the department for 5 days under the guidelines specified by the BATU University. Each day began with the yoga session every morning from 8:30 AM so that students can start fresh the day and also learn the importance of staying healthy. Later on students were sent to their respective departments to begin with the daily activity planned for each day which were divided into two sessions. Session I from 10:00AM to 12:00PM and session II from 1:00 PM to 3:00PM. A brief of the activities which were held in the department are as below:

Day 1: Introduction of Department:
The objective of the first session was to establish a healthy environment between students and department. In this session, presentation of department and introduction of faculties was conducted. Faculties shared their experiences and introduced themselves to the students and hence set up a platform for the students to interact.
In the next session, labs of the department were visited. The objective of this session was to make students familiar with Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department.
The students visited the following labs:
1. Machine Lab (General introduction of machines were given.)
2. Switchgear and Protection Lab (Various panels and cables demonstration was arranged)
3. Power Electronics Lab (Electronics components and kit demonstration was arranged.)
4. EDC Lab
5. Computer Lab
6. Control System Lab
7. EMT Lab
8. Automation Lab
9. Research Lab
After this session various fun games were arranged for students and later the feedback was taken for the day.

Day 2: Creative Models:
In the first session students are divided in a group of 2 or 3 and provided with certain materials to make creative models. Different materials like batteries, dc motors, cardboards, old computers, straw, empty boxes, matchsticks, clay balls, clips, rubber balls, pins, or any old junk items were provided to see if they can make use of the material to prepare something new or suggest new use of old materials.
By the next session each group come up with something new. The students had designed a) Airplane b) Water Level indicator c) Boat d) Dancing Light e) Robot f) Motor principle g) Electric Cutter. These small projects were exhibited by students to others. These projects were evaluated by team of examiner and best two Projects were awarded.

Day 3: Assemble and Disassemble:
In the first session was introduction of student took place, followed by brief given to the student on the task to be performed. Students were gathered in group of three in the laboratory and provided with old electrical equipment for disassembling like, old fan , iron, motor, mixer, hand mixer, blower, ammeter, voltmeter, induction shegadi etc.
Students were instructed to disassemble the machine / instrument to the extent they can. They were told to catalogue the items separated / disassembled and number the items as per the sequence of disassembling and finally draw the structure of every component on the A4 sheets provided.
In the next session they had to assemble the same machine / instrument given to them for disassembling in the same sequence backwards. Students were appreciated with small gifts on the basis of the neatness and the correctness of the assembled product.

Day 4: Interdisciplinary Model:
In the first session the students were divided in a group of five and a task of contraction was allotted to each group in which with the provided material the students have to make a model so that a ball passes through that model and falls into the bucket at the end. In the process the energy transferred from one stage to others and the readiness of the model was the judging criteria.
In the next session each group were told to develop a complex problem and the other group had to find the solution in the form of a flow diagram. The most suitable diagram was declared as the winner.
After the session the feedback for the day was taken and finally the prizes were distributed to the respective winners.

Day 5: Communication Skills:
The final day began with first session in the seminar hall. The students were gathered and were firstly informed about the rules and regulation of the department in terms of academics and assessment. The criteria of attendance to be fulfilled were explained to them.
Later on students were gathered in groups of four and were told to select a topic amongst them for group discussion. The groups who could not come up with a topic were provided with topics written in a bowl of chits. The topics selected by students demonstrated their vision on the current situation in society varying from suicides of students in India to social networking sides being boon or bane. Each group discussed for a specific time and then there was an open discussion on each topic without the barrier of language.
The students communicated effectively and participated in the discussion with enthusiasm. In the next session students were sent to FE Department for an aptitude test and later came back to the EEE Department for the final feedback filling for the five day induction program.


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MIT Aurangabad conducted Suryamitra skill development program.