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Events

Events conducted/organized by department of EEE in the Academic year 2020-21(I Semester)

S.NoCourse TitleProgram DateCourse DurationStudent Profile (Discipline)Trainer Name/ Guest NameBatch Size
1Webinar on SMART GRIDS07.09.202009.30am to 11.30amIV year B.Tech EEE, III year B.Tech EEERAMAN RAGURAMAN Chartered Engineer (UK), MIET Senior Lecturer Program Coordinator,EEE AIMST, Faculty of Engineering & Technology Semeling. Kedah Darul Aman, Malaysia.200
2webinar on Design of Solar tracking module06.11.202001.30pm to 02.30pmII/ III/IV year B.Tech EEEDr. M.ASHOK, Associate Professor , Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering,Anna University-Chennai.Tamilnadu200
3webinar on Design of Multilevel Inverter using MATLAB09.11.202009.30am to 11.30amIII year B.Tech EEEDr. Tirupathiraju.K, Associate Professor ,Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, NIT-Trichy-Chennai100
4webinar on Energy conservation and Energy audit14.12.202009.30am to 02.30pmII/ III/IV year B.Tech EEE1. Er. Parthiban S S Lead Electrical Engineer Power Generation-Gas turbine. Tihama Power Generation Co Ltd. Saudi Arabia
2. Dr Y. Mohamed Shuaib Professor & HOD B.S.Abdur Rahman Crescent Institute of Science & Technology Crescent University Tamilnadu
200

Events conducted/organized by department of EEE in the Academic year 2019-20

S.NoCourse TitleProgram DateCourse DurationStudent Profile (Discipline)Trainer Name/ Guest NameBatch Size
1NATIONAL WORKSHOP Industrial Automation using PLC, SCADA & Drives”28.08.2019 to
29.08.2019
2 daysIV B.Tech, EEET.Ramadasu Garu,Asst.Director,District Industries Centre, Karimnagar72
2Awareness program on SSDC04.09.20191 DayII & III Year B.Tech StudentsMr.R.Babu170
3Teacher’s Day Celebration 201905-09-20191 DAYEEE FACULTYPRINCIPAL & DEAN
4Engineers Day Celebration-2019 Leader Talks16.09.20191 DAYIV BTech, EEECh.Ramesh65
5IEI Student Chapter Inaugural Function30.10.20191 DAYStudents Member-IEI Student ChapterDR.M.S.VenktramayyaIEI Ramagundam Local Chapter22
6Industrial Visit 201908.11.20191 DAYII year , EEE220/132/33Kv Substation , Karimnagar120
7Project Expo – 201916-11-20191 DAYII, III & IV EEE StudentsEEE Dept30 Batches
8Industrial Visit -202030.01.20201 DAYB.Tech / III year EEETSGENCO-MHS Circle PPD-PHPS, Pochampad-50321947
9Three days DST Sponsored Entrepreneurship Awareness camp29.01.2020 to 31.01.20203B.Tech / IV year EEEB.Naveen Kumar, GM, Distric Industrial Center, Karimnagar83
10Industrial Visit -202001.02.20201 DAYB.Tech / IV year EEEGANDHI HANDMADE PAPER MILL, Karimnagar50
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