Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

About the Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at  Dr. K.N. Modi University was established in 2010. The Department aims to provide quality education in the area of Electrical & Electronics Engineering and helps the student develop practical knowledge and skill for catering the need of industrial demand. The Department offers courses in  Diploma, UG, PG and Ph.D. programmes. The Department has a number of fully equipped laboratories with the planned layout and plenty of demonstration boards available in the Labs such as Electrical Machine Lab, High Voltage Lab, Control System Lab, Microprocessor and Microcontroller lab Power Electronics Lab, Digital Electronics Lab, Electrical Measurement  Lab, Electric Drives Lab. For giving exposure to emerging technologies, the department organizes a summer training programme, conducts industrial visits, and organizes various technical events through students' participation in the departmental technical club. The department boast of highly qualified and experienced Faculty members having various specializations. The Departmental faculty members are  to attend seminars, workshops, and conferences for having exposure on research current trends on a deputation basis.

QUALITY OBJECTIVES:

  • To put maximum emphasis on providing value-added education.
  • To ensure the high-quality output of students in terms of knowledge and skills.
  • Continuous quality improvement of our faculty & staff for organizational development.
  • To evolve and implement a management and administration mechanism that is responsive, reliable, and efficient In tune with the vision to achieve excellence in the field of engineering education in India. 

CORE STRENGTHS OF THE DEPARTMENT :

  • Qualified, experienced, and committed faculty with a positive mindset.
  • Excellent performance of students at GATE, Power Grid, NTPC, and other Competitive examinations.
  • Vast land recourses that provide good scope for academic development and expansion.
  • Well-equipped Labs.
  • Well placed and supportive Alumni.


HoD’s Desk



Dr. Suman Dutta
Head of Department
Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering



Welcome to the Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering at Dr. K.N.Modi University, Newai Rajasthan. The Department offers courses in  Diploma, UG, PG and Ph.D. programs.The curriculum incorporates academic as well as co-curricular activities. The Department put emphasis on imparting quality knowledge, skills and developing faculty through learning faculty development programs conducted inside and outside the University. There is a continuous internal evaluation of students through class tests, internal assessment tests, and weekly quiz programs. Expert lectures are given by experts through inviting them from different industries and premiere educational institutions such as IITs , NITs, IITs. etc. This adds value to both faculty staff and the students. The Labs & Experiments are designed so that students can understand the practical aspects of the subjects. That Department focuses on Research and Development Activities for motivating the faculty members as well as research scholars to undertake cutting-edge research. Every effort are made to constantly improve the resultsof students through arranging remedial classes
I am very happy to inform you that due to the intensive efforts of both staff and students, the results are very encouraging.




Our Vision

Building  department into a knowledge hub, through its focus on education, research development and industrial consultancy by establishing efficient and effective mechanisms for managing innovations, technology development and its transfer.

Our Mission

  • To provide  good quality Under-Graduate, Post-Graduate and Doctoral programmes in electrical and electronics engineering.
  • To bridge the gap between industry and academia by framing curriculum and syllabus based on industrial and societal needs.
  • To provide suitable forums to enhance the creative talents of students and faculty members.
  • To enable students to develop skills to solve complex technological problems of current times and also provide a framework for promoting collaborative and multidisciplinary activities.

Events and Seminars

  • “A Workshop on Solar power Calculation” on 16-17th November 2016. The coordinator of the event is Mr.Ashish Jangid, powered by Venture era technical Solution Pvt Ltd.
  • “A Workshop On Physical Modeling, Fuzzy & Artificial Intelligence” With Matlab” on  14th September 2017. The coordinator of the event was Mr. Akhilesh Kumar, powered by Design tech system Ltd.
  • One day Industrial Visit at Shri Krsna Sudarshan Urja(P)Ltd, Newai(Tonk), on 16th November 2019.
  • one day industrial visit at Genus Power Infrastructure Limited Jaipur on 15th March 2019.

PO & PSO

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (PO's)

  • PO1:Engineering Knowledge: Apply knowledge of Mathematics, Science, Engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solutions of complex engineering problems.
  • PO2:Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences
  • PO3:Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.
  • PO4:Conduct investigations of complex problems: Using research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions
  • PO5:Modern tool usage: Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an under- standing of the limitations.
  • PO6:The Engineer and Society: Apply reasoning informed by contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice
  • PO7:Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8:Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice
  • PO9:Individual and Teamwork: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings.
  • PO10:Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO11:Project Management and Finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to owners' own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO12:Lifelong Learning: Recognize the need for and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.


PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME (PSO's)

Programme Specific Outcome  [PSO's] of B.Tech. in  Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE)  

  • PSO1 : The graduated students will be capable of understanding and addressing the typical requirements of power and sustainable energy to meet the modern industrial and societal demands.
  • PSO2:  To prepare the students for successful employment in various Industrial and Government organizations, both at the National and International level, with professional competence and ethical administrative acumen so as to handle critical situations and meet deadlines.
  • PSO3: To work in research and development organizations
  • PSO4: Graduates will be proficient in analyzing and interpretation of electrical engineering problems   to provide a valid solution

 

Programme Specific Outcome [PSO's] of M.Tech. in  Power Electronics(PE)

  • PSO1: Students should be able to acquire knowledge for realizing it into gainful employment being useful to the societal and other needs.
  • PSO2: Students will attain technical knowledge, skills and analytical ability to design, develop and test power electronic converters using modern tools.
  • PSO3: Students will attain technical knowledge, skills and analytical ability to design, develop and test power electronic converters using modern tools.
  • PSO4: Students should have strong theoretical and experimental knowledge of power electronics to utilize in research and higher studies.


Programme Specific Outcome [PSO's] of M.Tech in Power Systems(PS)

  • PSO1: To work in electric power industries and energy sectors.
  • PSO2: Graduates are capable of pursuing advanced study and research in the area of smart grid, deregulation, Power Quality.
  • PSO3: Apply modern tools, techniques and resources to provide solutions to complex engineering problems related to electrical power systems. 
  • PSO4: Research programs in Power Systems Engineering.

Infrastructure / Facilities

INFRASTRUCTURE

The programs under the department of electrical and electronics engineering aim at developing engineers with the knowledge of electrical and electronics sciences and apply the knowledge imparted to them in various sectors of research and industries. The programs combine the teaching and research related to electrical engineering concepts and gain practical training in well-developed laboratories and facilities , central library, centralised updated computer labs to support students though out there courses. By employing innovative Teaching and Learning methodologies  like video conferencing, smart classes ,workshops , personality development classes for final & pre final year students , the department aims to make theoretical and practical education learning process is interesting and participative so as to get exposure to real time scenario The department has following labs with latest instruments:

  • Electrical Machines Lab
  • Power Electronics Lab
  • Electrical Measurements Lab
  • Basic Electrical Engineering Lab
  • Basic Electronics Engineering Lab
  • Control And Simulation Lab
  • Drive Lab
  • Switch Gear And Protection Lab
  • Smart Class

LABORATORIES 

  • Electrical Machine Laboratory

Electrical Machines Laboratory is intended to impart sufficient practical knowledge to students about electrical machines namely DC Machines, Transformers, Single and Three-phase induction motors, Alternators, Synchronous motors etc. Experiments are designed and organised in such a way to promote student awareness of the constructional details, working principle and performance of electrical machines. All the machines are procured from reputed brands and facilitated and equipped fully to conduct experiments as per the syllabus and norms. The same facility is being utilized by students of other disciplines such as Mechanical, and Electronics and Communication Engineering. 

  • Power Electronics Laboratory

The power electronics lab is facilitated to provide the basic knowledge to do experiments on power semiconductor devices and power control circuits with discrete components and kits. It helps us to understand and study the performance and characteristics of power electronic devices like SCR, DIAC, TRIAC, IGBT and MOSFET.

  • Electrical Measurement Laboratory 

The Electrical Measurements Lab deals with the experiments related to fundamental network and field theorems of electrical circuits. This lab helps to reinforce the students with adequate work experience in the field of measurement of different quantities like displacement, resistance, inductance, capacitance, torque, power etc. It also aims to provide exposure to AC, DC bridges and transient measurements

  • Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory 

This lab familiarizes you with the basics of instrumentation. The lab introduces you to resistors, capacitors, diodes and light emitting diodes (LEDs). You will have an opportunity to build and test electronic circuits and in the process get acquainted with the different laboratory equipment such as breadboard, oscilloscope, Multimeter, and other systems you plan to use in your career as an electrical/biomedical engineer.

  • Basic Electronics Engineering Lab

In the Basic Electronics Engineering Lab, the first year students are trained to handle the basic equipment’s/instruments including Signal Generators, Cathode Ray Oscilloscope and Digital Multimeter. Fundamental experiments in Analog and Digital Electronics are offered. The basic purpose is to understand the Importance of Learning by doing, Impact of Electronics in the modern world, Need to understand Basic principles of electronics. Components and their features: Passive: Resistors, Capacitors, inductors, Semiconductor Diodes, Different types of these components and their applications etc. Active Components: Rectifier Diode, Zener diode, Transistors. Brief introduction and simple applications. Integrated Circuit Operational Amplifier: Introduction to ICs, Operational amplifiers, Op Amp characteristics, Feed-back, Mathematical operations, summing, differential, Integrating amplifiers. Digital Integrated Circuits: introduction to all logic gates & implementation of applications like Half adder, full adder etc.

  • Switch Gear and Protection Laboratory

This unit is specially designed to suit the relay testing requirements of power station testing engineers. Purpose of modern instrumentation engineering is to reduce the total instrument weight and still give single equipment which can be used for testing of different type of power system relays. The unit is portable. The stability and accuracy of digital indication is in-built. Numbers of functional units are included in a single cabinet. They can be used individually or in association with another unit. The connection terminals are front-loaded and plug-in or wire connections can be used. The set operates on a single phase 230 Volts, AC, 50 Hz power supply and provides a controllable test voltage and completely adjustable output current. The unit is housed in a powder-coated sheet metal panel with a table mounting facility, detachable lid, latches and carrying handles. All the switches, terminals, meters and knobs are mounted in front of the panel, with proper labels. Terminals for the test voltage, current source, and relay contact terminals are provided on the front Ammeter and a digital time interval meter is also provided on the front of the panel for metering purposes. The ammeter will indicate in the percentage of the range selected and the voltmeter will indicate the voltage. Mains ON indication is provided. The voltage circuit and current circuit can be used simultaneously. 


  • Centralised smart classes

Quality education is an essential requisite in today’s competitive environment. Technology has affected us in every aspect. This paper discusses smart classes as a modernized method of education in the Indian education scenario which provides quality education to students by helping them in better concept formation, concept elaboration, improvement in reading skills, and academic achievement.





Student / Faculty Achievement

         

ACHIEVEMENTS

AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS –FACULTY 

S.NO.

FACULTY NAME

DESIGNATION 

ACHIEVEMENTS

1

Dr. Suman Dutta
Associate Professor
(Head of The department)
Got  National  Scholarship  twice i.e.  at 10th and Higher Secondary Level
Prepared research proposal which was shortlisted for funding under AICTE RPS scheme.
Published high-quality research papers published in SCI-indexed journals
Attended quite a good number of FDP in premier institutes like IIT KGP, NIT Jaipur, NIT Hamirpur, NSIT, Delhi etc.
Guided quite a good number of M.Tech dissertations.
Got  ISTE  Life  Membership
Got an Appreciation Letter from the  Chairman, Lingaya’s  Institute of Management & Technology, Faridabad for being actively involved in providing training to the backward people of Mewat’s region.

2

Ms. Neha Kumari
Assistant professor
Workshop on “PLC and Microcontrollers”, NITTTR Chandigarh, December 2018
Best faculty award in  Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department - 2017at DKNMU.
Faculty coordinator of the workshop on Artificial Intelligent and Matlab-2017
Coordinator at Tinai –film festival at DKNMU-2016.
Volunteer in an international conference held at Dr. K N Modi University, Newai.
Got appreciation certificate for excellent service for an academic session in 2015

3

Mr. Ashish Jain 
Assistant Professor

Coordinator of a workshop held in 2017.

4

Mr. Nirmal Singh 
Assistant Professor
Coordinator of QEEE classes held in 2015.
Coordinator of industrial visit at Shree Krishna Pvt. Ltd Newair of QEEE classes held in 2015.
Coordinator of energy-saving club of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department

    

AWARDS & ACHIEVEMENTS – STUDENTS 

SN.No

NAME

COURSE

ACHIEVEMENTS 

1
Mr. Amit Sharma
M.Tech. 
Medalist in Martial Art.
2
Mr. Gajendra Singh Sisodiya
M.Tech.
Medalist in  Martial Art.
3
Mr. Kistura RamChoudhary
B.Tech
Alumni
Participated in Inter- College Sports competition at BHU.
4
Mr. Shadab Alam
Diploma 
Alumni
Participated in Inter -College Sports competition
5
Mr. Ajay  Meena
Diploma 
participated and winner at an intercollege sports competition

                           

  PROJECTS 

The bridge between the theoretical aspects and the real-world is project-based learning. However, in the engineering curriculum, projects are for the final year students. And this lack of application of knowledge in the real world throughout the course of study is what hinders us from truly appreciating the things

S.NO.

NAME OF PROJECT

1

Automatic railway gate controlling

2

GSM based wireless energy meter monitoring control and billing

3

DTMF based GSS control

4

Automatic load sharing of transformer

5

Thermal power plant generation

6

BULB ON/OFF IN PASSWORD BASIC WITH TIMER

7

Design and of multiple security system in alcohol gas leakage and temperature

8

Wireless mobile charger using inductive coil

9

Automatic control of street light

10

Visitor counter-matter system

11

Load sharing distribution transformer system

12

Hydroelectric power plant

13

GSM based automatic energy meter reading

14

Over/ under voltage protection system

15

Combined generation solar and wind energy and transmission & distribution

16

Remote control of LED light

17

Clap switch

18

Solar power generation

 

Sponsored Research & Consultancy Projects

Sponsored Research & Consultancy Projects

Research Initiatives

RESEARCH INITIATIVE

 

  • Research has been a very important aspect of higher education in Dr. K.N. Modi University since the beginning.  The research gives a dynamic and highly perceptible working environment for its students and faculty with a clear objective of developing a leadership quality expansion of education particularly at the higher education level.
  • In the past year the research energies have extended to work on different projects by students along with the support of vibrant faculties in different fields like Engineering, Technology, Agriculture, Health Sciences, Architecture, Education and Management.

THRUST AREA

  • AI applications in Renewable Energy
  • Power Quality & FACTS  
  • Intelligent control of High-Performance Electrical Drives using BLDC Motor ,SRM Motor etc.
  • Analysis of Biomedical Signals( EEG,ECG,EMG,EOG etc)
  • Deep learning-based medical image analysis.
  • Smart Grid technology.


PUBLICATIONS

Dr.SUMAN DUTTA

  • Classification of a non-motor cognitive task in EEG based Brain-computer interface using phase-space features in multivariate EMD domain. (BIOMEDICAL SIGNAL Processing and Control 39(2018), 378-389. Impact Factor: 2.39).
  • Automated  classification of  non-motor   mental  task   in  electroencephalogram   based  brain-computer   interface   using   multivariate   autoregressive   model in  the  intrinsic  mode  function  domain.  (  Biomedical Signal Processing and Control 43 (2018),174-182,  Impact Factor: 2.39). 
  •  A novel application of multi-scale multivariate entropy as features for classifying non-motor mental tasks in EEG-based BCI. Have ( This paper has been accepted for publication in IETE Journal of Research, but currently under production checklist).


Ms. NEHA KUMARI

  • Presented paper in an international conference on multidisciplinary approaches & their scopes modeling of “grid-connected solar photovoltaic cell for generation of solar power” ICMAS-2019 , Dr .K.N.Modi University.
  • Presented paper in an international conference on multidisciplinary approaches & their scopes entitled “power quality measurement techniques & improvement” ICMAS-2019 , Dr .K.N.Modi University  Dr .K.N.Modi University
  • Neha Kumari “Harmonic Compensation Using Shunt Active Power Filter in Power System        Using Mat lab”  International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Research ISSN 2347-3878 Volume 1 Issue 3, November 2013
  • Neha Kumari “ Harmonic Compensation using Shunt Active Power Filter in Power System using MATLAB” International Journal of Scientific Engineering and Research, Volume 2 Issue 1, January 2014.

MR. NIRMAL SINGH

  • Nirmal Singh, Rajbeer Singh, Neeru Goyal, Prashant Kumar Tayal “Power Factor Improvement: A Step Ahead In Energy Efficiency” International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Volume No. 9,  Issue No. 01, June 2017.
  • Nirmal Singh, Manish Kumar Jain, Neeru Goyal, Prashant Kumar Tayal “Efficient Power Quality: An Approach To Energy Conservation” International Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Volume No. 9,  Issue No. 01, June 2017.

MR.ASHISH JAIN

  • Ashish Kumar Jain “Potential Of Power Generation Of Cassia‐Tora And Gulmohar Bio‐Mass And Mixing Of Coal And Bio-Mass”. Volume 2 Issue 7, Sept-Oct 2014 .Ms. KOUSAR JAHAN, Suraj Kumar Khatkar, Aayush Agrawal “Smart Grid Simulation Diversification Of Demand Side Power Management” International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT) ISSN: 2278-018 Vol. 6 Issue 07, July – 2017.

PUBLICATIONS-STUDENT

  • Twinkal Meena Suraj Kumar Khatkar1, “ Smart Grid Simulation of Renewable Energy Integration and Demand Response Analysis, International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) ISSN (Online): 2319-7064 , 2015.
  • Mahendra Tomar “Recent Assessment and Advances in Power Electronics” a Review article, American Journal of Software Engineering and Applications , ISSN: 2327-2473.

Co-Curricular and Extra-curricular activities


     CO-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

S.NO.

DATE

                     ACTIVITIES 
1
09, September 2019
Quiz competition organized by the faculty
2
12, October 2019
Awareness programme on energy saving by the student  and faculty coordinators of energy saving club
3
27, July 2019
Club activity for calculating total load of Block –B Dr. K.N. Modi University Newai ( in watts)
4
30, March 2019
Technical Quiz competition organized by the faculty
5
02, February 2019
Activity for search and repair the loose wire and faulty points in both blocks of the University
6
03, Nov 2018
Current affairs Quiz competition for B.Tech students  organized by the faculty
7
10, March 2018
Activity for calculate total load of street lights and replace them by solar system in campus



NAME OF THE CLUB: “ENERGY SAVING & SAFETY CLUB” 

Objectives

  • To make people aware about ELECTRICAL SAFETY.
  • The aim of club is make people aware about the safety of environment
  • To make student aware about the pollution free energies.
  • To provide knowledge of Solar Energy and its associated advantages.

Electrical safety in the home

Look after appliance cords

  • Keep electrical appliances, their cords and any extension leads away from water. Ensure cords are in good condition – if they’re worn or frayed, don’t use the appliance until it’s been repaired by a licensed electrician.
  • If you decide to throw away the appliance, make sure it can’t be used by someone else.
  • Only ever disconnect an appliance at the outlet by pulling the plug, not the cord. This extends the life of your appliance.

Avoid ‘double adaptor’ connections

Overloading can occur if too many cords are connected to outlets designed for only one or two plugs. Use power boards with in-built safety devices to avoid a power outlet overload.

Childproof your outlets

Use childproof plugs in electrical outlets to deter children from poking small items into them.

Get a licensed electrician to do your wiring

Call a licensed electrician if you need electrical wiring or repairs, no matter how minor the job.

Install safety switches

Have safety switches installed at your meter box. As a general rule, electrical equipment should only be used when connected to a safety switch.

Look out for overhead lines

Avoid coming into contact with overhead lines. If you’re working near them, always keep a safe distance – at least 6.4 meters for wires on poles and 10 meters for wires on towers. Keep this in mind when installing antennas, picking fruit or pruning trees, and using a ladder or a metal tape measure.

Look out for water leaks

Water is a good conductor of electricity. If water leaks into the light or power circuits in your home, a fault may develop, which could result in a fire or someone experiencing electric shock. As soon as you notice a water leak, have it repaired by a licensed plumber.

In the event of electric shock

  • If you feel a tingle when you touch a water fitting, the grounding of your electrical installation could be faulty. If it’s safe to do so, shut off the power at the main switch (usually found in the meter box) and call a licensed electrician to investigate.
  • If you go to help someone who’s receiving an electric shock, turn off the power at the main switch first. If the current can't be turned off, use a non-conducting object, such as a broom, chair, rug or rubber doormat to push the person away from the source of the current.
  • If possible, stand on something dry that doesn't conduct electricity, such as a rubber mat or folded newspapers.
  • Call for emergency assistance and stay with the person until help arrives.

To Save Energy in Your Home

Switch appliances off at the wall

TVs, DVD players, computers, stereos and game consoles still use energy in standby mode. When not in use, switch these appliances off at the wall.

Use a power board

A power board can supply electricity to multiple appliances at the same time and allows you to switch off all appliances using the same switch.

Use lamps or spotlights

  • If you only need a small amount of light, use lamps or spotlights instead of main lights.
  • Use energy-saving globes
  • Change your old light globes to compact fluorescent ones.
  • How many lights are on?
  • Turn off lights in the rooms you’re not using.

The kitchen

Microwave oven

Thaw food in the fridge first to reduce cooking time. Microwaves use less energy than an oven. When using an oven, avoid continuously opening the door.

Using the stovetop

Keep lids on pots when cooking to reduce the amount of time and energy used. Dinner will be cooked faster too.

Boiling water

Use an electric kettle rather than the stove.

Dishwasher

Use the economy cycle for everyday washing and only run the dishwasher when it's full. This helps save water too.

Fridge and freezer

Set your fridge temperature to 4-5 degrees and your freezer temperature between -15 and -18 degrees Celsius. Keep fridges and freezers in a cool, well-ventilated spot away from the oven and the sun to save electricity. Keep a five-centimeter gap around your fridge so air can circulate freely.

Workshop/Guestlectures/Industrial Visit

INDUSTRIAL VISIT

S.NO.

NAME OF INDUSTRY

INDUSTRY LOCATION

1.

Kota Thermal Power Station

Kota

2.

CMI INDIA Energy PVT.LTD

Baddi  (Himachal Pradesh)

3.

HMT CHANDIGARH

Chandigarh

4

NUCLEAR POWER CORPORATION   OF INDIA LIMITED, Kota (Rajasthan)

Kota Rajasthan






WORKSHOP

S.NO.

NAME OF THE WORKSHOP

TITLE

LOCATION

1

Recent Trend in CS & Electrical Engineering
" Recent Trend in CS & Electrical Engineering"
DR. K. N. MODU UNIVERSITY NEWAI

2

MATLAB
"Physical  Modelling, Fuzzy & Artificial Intellence"

3

Solar  Generation
"Solar Generation Calculation"


Institute Industry Interaction

The Institute encourages its faculty, scientists, technicians and students to interact with industry in every possible ways with the spirit of growing mutual advantage. The major modes of institute interaction are listed below:

  • Eminent Visiting faculty/professors from industries.
  • Visits of faculty to industry for study and discussions or delivering lectures on subjects of mutual interest.
  • Visits of executives and eminent personalities from industries for mentoring and delivering lectures on recent trends
  • Memoranda of Understanding between the Universities and industries experts to have the two ways emotionally and strategically closer.
  • Provision for Workshops, conferences, guest lectures from industries
  • Collaborative degree programmes.
  • Guidance from experts from industries for dissertation in different fields.
  • Short term courses for faculties in different government educational bodies.
  • Various Practical training programs for the students and faculties students in industries.
  • Entrepreneurship opportunities.
  • Institute Industry Interaction

Placement

Placement 

Alumni



 
S.NO.
STUDENT NAME

COURSE

BRANCH

PASSING BATCH

CURRENT STATUS
1
RAHUL SONI

B.TECH

EEE

2020

Manager At Honda Showroom Tonk
2
BALDEV SINGH

B.TECH

EEE

2020

Preparing For Gate Exams
3
RUPON ENGHI

B.TECH

EEE

2020

Preparing For Gate Exams
4
SHANKAR LAL SHARMA

B.TECH

EEE

2020

Self- Business
5
VISHNU PRIYA SHARMA

B.TECH

EEE

2020

Preparing For Gate Exams
6
KISTURA RAM CHOUDHARY

B.TECH

EEE

2020

Preparing For Gate Exams
7
AMARDEEP SRIVASTAVA

B.TECH

EEE

2020

Preparing For Gate Exams



S.NO.STUDENT NAME COURSEBRANCHPASSING BATCHCURRENT STATUS

1

Kundan Kumar Jha
Diploma

EE

2020

Admission Taken In B.Tech

2

Md Basrul Rain
Diploma

EE

2020

Yazak Inndia

3

Ashok Kumar Bairwa
Diploma

EE

2020

Preparing  For Competition Exams

4

Nirmohi Das Bairwa
Diploma

EE

2020

Self -Business

5

Shubham Mehra
Diploma

EE

2020

Preparing  For Competition Exams

6

Rakesh Kumar Luniya
Diploma

EE

2020

Yazak Inndia

7

Shailendra Yadav
Diploma

EE

2020

Admission Taken  In B.Tech

8

Ramray Meena
Diploma

EE

2020

Preparing  For Competition Exams

9

Hemraj Meena
Diploma

EE

2020

Yazak Inndia

10

Ajay Kumar Yadav
Diploma

EE

2020

Preparing  For Competition Exams

11

Pardeep Kumar Bairwa
Diploma

EE

2020

Yazak Inndia

12

Buddhi Prakash Gurjar
Diploma

EE

2020

Yazak Inndia

13

Mukesh Kumar Mahato
Diploma

EE

2020

Preparing  For Competition Exams

14

Bikram Sah
Diploma

EE

2020

Yazak Inndia

15

Bidyanand Mandal
Diploma

EE

2020

Preparing  For Competition Exams

16

Abhisek Kumar Mandal
Diploma

EE

2020

Admission Taken In B.Tech

17

Bibek Kumar Sah
Diploma

EE

2020

Preparing  For Competition Exams

18

Vijay Singh Gurjar
Diploma

EE

2020

Admission Taken In B.Tech

19

Kamlesh Bairwa
Diploma

EE

2020

Yazak Inndia

Photos (Events)