Mr. Vibhav Srivathsava, a faculty and author from Delhi addressed about Career Development of Students
The Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department has organized a Two Day National Level Faculty Development Programme on "Smart Grid Technologies and Implementation of Artificial Neural Networks" on 23rd and 24th January 2015 by inviting the resource persons Dr. Vinod Kumar D. M, Professor, EEE Department, National Institute of Technology (NITW) Warangal on 23rd January 2015, Dr. M. Manjula, Head of the Department, EEE Dept, University College of Engineering(Autonomous), Osmania University, Hyderabad on 24th January 2015 and Dr. E. Vidyasagar, Assistant Professor, EEE Dept, University College of Engineering(Autonomous), Osmania University, Hyderabad on 24th January 2015.
The patron for this Faculty Development Programme is Dr. H. S. Saini (Managing Director, Guru Nanak Institutions). The conveners for this Faculty Development Programme are Dr. S. Sreenatha Reddy and Dr. M. Narendra Kumar. The conveners for this Faculty Development Programme are Mr. Kuldip Singh Mann (HOD), Mr. T. Manidhar (Asst. Professor), Mr. V. David (Asst. Professor).
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering of Guru Nanak Institutions Technical Campus and Guru Nanak Institute of Technology jointly organized a workshop on 5th August 2014 on " Switch Gear and Protection" by an eminent consultant and resource person Mr. J. Venkata Swamy, who has more than 35 years experience in this area. He demonstrated the working of relays and calibration of relays as a part of the workshop which proves to be very useful to the students.
The department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE), GNIT organized one day Industrial visit on 11th of July 2014 for B.Tech 3rd year Engineering students to the prestigious Research Institute Central Power Research Institute (CPRI), Hyderabad , the power house of the Indian electrical industry which was set up in 1960 by the Government of India and functions as a centre for applied research in electrical power engineering assisting the electrical industry in product development and quality assurance. CPRI also serves as an independent authority for testing and certification of power equipment. . With its head office located at Bangalore, the Institute has six state-of-the-art infra-structure facilities at Bhopal, Hyderabad, Nagpur, Noida, Kolkata and Guwahati.
Class-in-charge, Mr.T.Manidhar,Asst.Prof. , teaching faculty of EEE Ms.Saritha and Mr.Sriram accompanied the students during this industrial visit.
A total of 63 students undertook an industrial visit and got a chance to visit Power level lab which consists of Cascaded transformer 2 X 800 kV (Total rating is 1600 kV , 9600 KVA) . They also visited 5 MV, 500 kJ 25 stages 23 meters height to carryout Lightning and switching impulse tests on air gaps & electrical equipment insulation. In addition to this , they saw Mock-up towers, Corona, radio interference and audible noise measurement in experimental transmission line, experimental transmission line of 720 m length, divided into central suspension span which facilitates the study of radio noise, audible noise, corona loss etc.
It was a great experience to visit CPRI,Hyderabad where we had learned so many new things in the field of Electrical Engineering. They are successful enough to balance between Theoretical and Practical Subject. - AshaRani.
The journey to CPRI unfolded various aspect of the High Voltage Engineering and Testing division. Starting from the Insulators, conductors, to the massive structure of Transformers which form the backbone of the Power Systems. The gains or the take away from the visit were splendid. - Sucharitha
The department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE), GNIT organized a one day Industrial visit to BHEL, India's largest engineering and manufacturing company of its kind engaged in the design, engineering, manufacture, construction, testing, commissioning and servicing of a wide range of products, systems and services for the core sectors of the economy, viz. Power Transmission, Industry, Transportation, Renewable Energy, Oil & Gas and Defence. The industrial visit was organized on 05th of July 2014 for B.Tech 4th year Engineering students. Class-in-charge, Asst.Prof. Mr.V.David, teaching faculty of EEE, Mr.K.Janardan Rao & Ms.M.Saritha Reddy accompanied the students during this visit. A total of 67 students of class B.Tech. (E.E.E.) went on this industrial visit. After getting down at BHEL , students were briefed about the BHEL by their officials. Students visited the Electrical Machines Laboratory and Turbo machinery Laboratory. Students were elated to see the massive infrastructure of the BHEL and conveyed thanks to the management of GNI for organizing such an informative industrial visit.
Students @ BHEL
TURBO MACHINERY LABORATORY
GNIT gave us a golden opportunity to visit the Bharath Heavy Electricals Limited (BHEL) at Hyderabad. It was a great experience to know the Company internally.
Visit to the BHEL was an eye-opener. The journey unfolded various aspect of the High Voltage Machineries and Testing division starting from the Insulators, Conductors, to the massive structure of Transformers, turbine and Alternators which forms the backbone of the Power System.
The use of high rated Steam Turbines, the step by step process layout, the plan for manufacturing; the vision of always staying ahead were the insights. Lots of testing methods were demonstrated and inculcated. A great learning and an honour to see the invasion of the great Indian Power Research Division.
It was my first Industrial visit to any manufacturing plant and enjoyed every bit of it. To be a part of such an esteemed organization and having a look through all their process was an intriguing experience after all. -Praneeth Kumar
The Electrical and Electronics Department of GNIT has organized following programs to improve the student skill set along with academic.
The 1st event of ‘IEEE student branch of GNIT’ has been successfully conducted on 14-09- 2013 under the guidance of Honorable Principal Dr. Sreenatha Reddy and chair of GNIT, Prof. Narandra Kumar vice Principal of GNIT. The program was scheduled from 2.30 pm to 4.10 pm with an invitation to the guest, IEEE student chair of Hyderabad, Dr. Syed Musthak Ahmed.
VISIM & CASPOC software plays a vital role in the field of electrical engineering. Keeping in view the need to make the students familiar with Programming and Simulation, Department of Electrical Engineering has organized a 01 day workshop on “Virtual-Simulation (Vi-Sim) and CASPOC ” on 25th Jan’14, which was conducted by SUNFEST Technologies, Hyderabad. The workshop was carried out by Mr. Satya Sahu, Appication Engineer. This workshop was aimed at teaching the students about the Programming & project based on Simulation.
The department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE), GNIT organized one day Industrial visit to CPRI on 24th of January 2014 for B.Tech 3rd year Engineering students. Class-in-charge, Asst.Prof.Mr.V.David, teaching faculty of EEE Mrs.P.Swathi accompanied the students during this industrial visit. A total of 67 students along with 02 faculty members have joined this industrial visit.
GNIT, Ibrahimpatnam, has organized a 2 day workshop (23rd & 24th of Dec,2013) on Energy Audit, supported by NSIC and IEEE SB GNIT. A total of 35 students participated in the Workshop and that has given them an insight regarding the Energy Auditing clearly.
As a part of NSS activity NSS Cell of GNIT organized a Blood donation camp on 22/02/14 in association with SANJEEVANI BLOOD BANK (NGO).
The camp was inaugurated by Prof. Prathsarathy Associate Director, GNITC along with the Principal GNIT Dr S.Sreenatha Reddy, Vice-Principal GNIT Prof M.Narendra Kumar, NSS Co-Ordinator & HOD-EEE Mr.Kuldeep Singh, & NSS student Co-Co Ordinator.
The camp was actively organized by the team of II B.Tech EEE students of GNIT.
To bridge the gap between industry and academics many value added courses are being conducted. These courses build the self confidence in the student to face the challenges. The incubation centre in GNI provides these types of facility to the students. The selected students are being trained in to advance courses as per the requirement of industry. They are allowed to work in real time projects during this course and are being paid stipend during this period.
NSS National service scheme (NSS) in our college was initiated in the year 2009.It was inaugurated by our former principal Dr.C.Venkata Ramana Reddy and headed by Ms.Bhavani.DLH, Asst.Prof till 2011. Since 2012 the cell is actively headed by Mr. Kuldeep Singh,HOD EEE.National Service Scheme (NSS) is a noble experiment in academic expansion.
The main intention of NSS cell is to inculcate human values in the students. It inculcates the spirit of working as NSS Volunteers to work among the students and teachers through sustained community interaction.
Our NSS cell had done a commendable service in Blind homes, Orphanages and Old -age homes. They have been conducting regular activities like blood donation camps and plantation programs in the campus.
The NSS team planned for the following future tasks :
1. Enrollment. of NSS Volunteers
2. Organized Orientation Programmes for NSS Volunteers by NSS units
3. Observed the World Environment Day
4. Observed World Against Child Labor Day
5. World Blood Donor's Day
6. College Level NSS Advisory Committee Meeting
7. NSS Training Camp Participation
NSS PLANTION PROGRAM :
BLOOD DONATION CAMP :