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Industry and Institute interaction program CEERI Pilani

Posted by singh.dhiraj on November 2, 2015 at 1:25 AM Comments comments (0)


A report on participation of the members of

VIEEE Student Branch at

 

Industry and Institute interaction program

CEERI Pilani

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Place of Visit/ Event : CEERI PILANI, RAJASTHAN

Students (Semester / Section): VIEEE members, VEEA & ISTE Club members

Date: 02.11.2015

Faculty Coordinator: Dhiraj Kr. Singh, Asst. Professor

 

The participation of the students of VIEEE Student Branch, Electrical was organized as a part of Student – Industry Interaction program.

About the CEERI PILANI:

CSIR-Central Electronics Engineering Research Institute (CSIR-CEERI), Pilani, is a pioneer research institute in the country and a constituent laboratory of Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR), New Delhi. Since its inception in 1953, it has been working for the growth of electronics in the country and for undertaking R&D in Electronics.




CSIR-Central Electronics Engineering Research Institute (CSIR-CEERI), Pilani is a premier research Institute in the field of Electronics, established in 1953 under the aegis of Council of Scientific & Industrial Research (CSIR). It is devoted to R&D activities in three areas, namely: (1) Advanced Electronic Systems: Electronic Instrumentation, Industrial Control & Automation, Power Electronics, Robotics, Image Processing & DSP, Embedded System Design etc.; (2) Advanced Semiconductor Electronics : MEMS, Microsensors, VLSI Design (Digital, Analog, Mixed Signal), Opto-electronic Technologies, Photonic Devices and Sub-systems, Nano-electronics etc.; (3) Microwave Tubes: Klystron, Magnetron, Travelling Wave Tubes, Gyrotron, Plasma Tubes, Tera Hertz devices etc. CSIR-CEERI also has a Centre at Chennai.

Some of the future projects to be undertaken at CEERI Pilani are

1. Advanced Facility for Nano-Electronics

2. Research Initiative on Nano-Devices and Nano-sensors

3. Advanced Microsensors and Microsystems: Design, Development and Applications

4. Technology Solutions for Micro Air Vehicle(MAV) Development

5. Creating Intellectual Property and Capabilities for the Development of Improved Security Features and Substrates for the Indian Currency Notes

6. Development of Advanced Materials for Next-generation Energy-efficient Devices

7. Development of Novel CSIR Technologies for Manufacturing Tailored and Patient-specific Bioceramic Implants and Biomedical Devices at Affordable Cost.

 

 

 

 


 

 

A visit to NPCIL, Rawatbhata

Posted by singh.dhiraj on October 24, 2015 at 11:35 PM Comments comments (0)

A REPORT ON INDUSTRIAL VISIT


at


NPCIL, Rawatbhata


Session 2015-2016

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Place of Visit: NPCIL, Rawatbhata

Students : VIEEE Branch Students

Date: 24.10.2015

Faculty Coordinator: Mr. Dhiraj Singh, Asst. Professor



 

The Industrial visit for students of VIEEE Branch was organized as a part of Student – Industry Interaction program. This visit was of one day. Students visited the Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited, Rawatbhata.

Nuclear Power Corporation of India Limited (NPCIL) is a Public Sector Enterprise under the administrative control of the Department of Atomic Energy (DAE),Government of India. The Company was registered as a Public Limited Company under the Companies Act, 1956 in September 1987 with the objectives of operating atomic power plants and implementing atomic power projects for generation of electricity in pursuance of the schemes and programmes of the Government of India under the Atomic Energy Act, 1962. NPCIL also has equity participation in BHAVINI, another PSU of Department of Atomic Energy (DAE) which implements Fast Breeder Reactors programme in the country. Visit started with a presentation on NPCIL. In which they ellaborated that, NPCIL is responsible for design, construction, commissioning and operation of nuclear power reactors. NPCIL is a MoU signing, profit making and dividend paying company with the highest level of credit rating (AAA rating by CRISIL and CARE). NPCIL is presently operating 21 nuclear power reactors with an installed capacity of 5780 MW. The reactor fleet comprises two Boiling Water Reactors (BWRs) and 18 Pressurised Heavy Water Reactors (PHWRs) including one 100 MW PHWR at Rajasthan which is owned by DAE, Government of India. Currently NPCIL has five reactors under various stages of construction/commissioning totaling 3800 MW capacity. NPCIL, Rawatbhata consist of 6 units (100MW,200MW and 4*220MW PHWRs), 2 units are under construction(2*700MW). Student visited 5 th unit over their, where they got to know the working process of Nuclear Power Plant.

They brief students about following points:

Operating Performance

NPCIL has voluntarily taken up Environment Stewardship Programme (ESP), besides fulfilling regulatory and statutory requirements. The programme focuses on the scientific study of bio-diversity, particularly avifauna, within and around Exclusion Zones (EZs) of Indian nuclear power plants for the conservation and improvement of habitat in association with nature conservation institutions. As a part of ESP, the company has published two coffee table books viz. “Our Flying Guests” on the birds found within and around all the Indian nuclear power plants and "7 Edens and 70 Fairies" on the butterflies of Indian NPPs.

Biodiversity Conservation

Highest ever nuclear power gross generation of 37,835 MUs was achieved in the year 2014-15. NPCIL has set several records in the safe operation of nuclear power plants. For instance, ten reactors of the company have run non-stop for more than one year. Among them, the unit-5 of Rajasthan Atomic Power Station was operated for more than 765 days non-stop and became world's second longest run nuclear power reactor. The Unit-2 of Tarapur Atomic Power Station has run continuously for 590 days, another notable achievement. So far NPCIL has consistently maintained overall availability factor of reactors above 80% for several years and in the year 2014-15 it was 88%.

Safety Performance

NPCIL has achieved about 420 reactor years of experience in safe operation of nuclear power plants, with motto of „Safety first and Production next'. The Environmental Management System (EMS) and Occupational Health and Safety Management System (OHSMS) as per ISO-14001: 2004 and IS-18001: 2007 respectively are maintained at all the stations. By following the principle of ALARA (As Low As Reasonably Achievable) and maintaining the highest standards of safety within the Nuclear Power Plants (NPPs), the occupational exposures of employees of the company at various NPPs are maintained well below the values specified by the regulator, Atomic Energy Regulatory Board (AERB). The environmental releases of radioactive effluents from NPPs are maintained significantly low (average less than 1% of the limits specified by AERB). NPCIL contributed in enhancing safety & reliability of nuclear power plants globally through its active participants in World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO), Candu Owners Group (COG), IAEA and other international organizations. NPCIL units have received several safety awards from various national agencies like AERB, NSCI, Gujarat Safety Council and National Safety Council-Mumbai.



IEEE Day 2015

Posted by singh.dhiraj on October 7, 2015 at 3:50 AM Comments comments (0)


A report on


IEEE Day 2015 Celebrations


VIEEE Student Branch


VIEEE Student Branch invites you, to showcase your presentation skills under the banner of IEEE Day 2015


VIEEE Student Branch invites you, to showcase your presentation skills under the banner of IEEE Day 2015

Event details:

Students were registered for the event.

Topics for power point presentation were disclosed on spot after entry closed. .

Total students registered : 42

Vision and challenges for a smart city

Women empowerment – Reality of Fiction!!

 

Glimpses of the events are attached in the following pages.




 

5TH NATIONAL HR SUMMIT 2015 - SKILLING YOUTH FOR EVOLVING ORGANIZATIONS

Posted by singh.dhiraj on October 1, 2015 at 1:50 AM Comments comments (0)


A report on participation of the members of

VIEEE Student Branch at

 

5TH NATIONAL HR SUMMIT 2015

“SKILLING YOUTH FOR EVOLVING ORGANIZATIONS”

J K Lakshmipat University, Jaipur

 

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Place of Visit/ Event : J K Lakshmipath University, Jaipur

Students (Semester / Section): VII, Section A & B

Date: 01.10.2015

Faculty Coordinator: Dhiraj Kr. Singh, Asst. Professor, Dept of EE


 

The participation of the students of VIEEE Student Branch, Electrical Engineering at the 5th National HR Summit On “Skilling Youth for Evolving Organizations was organized as a part of Student – Industry Interaction program .

About the Summit:

JK Lakshmipat University, Jaipur in association with ISTD Jaipur Chapter Organizes 5th National HR Summit On “Skilling Youth for Evolving Organizations” on 1st Oct., 2015.

The accelerating pace of change has affected all industries and is changing the nature of work. Shifting demographic patterns, the rapid pace of technological advancements, the shift to knowledge-based economies and increasing pressures for innovation, productivity and cost- containment is the need of the time for the organizations which is evolving in its effort to sustain the competition and market forces. India’s talent shortages are hitting the bottom line of business and are reflected in the increased attrition rate of skilled manpower and wage inflation in various business verticals. This situation is compounded by the increase in demand for skilled and semi – skilled manpower in organizations. Recognizing the industry needs and dynamics impacting the skills requirement is essential and critical, to develop models of partnerships between industry and academia.

Knowledge has no purpose in absence of implementation. Skilling refers to imparting purposeful knowledge and imbibing implementation of such knowledge to empower an individual to accomplish dynamic objectives individually or collectively. Educational institutions are accountable for producing a corporate-compatible employable resource, which necessitates the need to understand the demand of Corporate. Collectively the industry and academia need to take the action and onus of developing the young aspiring youth joining the workforce. Education and Industry have congruence in their objective i.e. to ready a competent human resource.

 



 


INDUSTRIAL VISIT At Saras Dairy Plant

Posted by singh.dhiraj on September 30, 2015 at 1:40 AM Comments comments (0)


A REPORT ON INDUSTRIAL VISIT

At

 

Saras Dairy Plant

 

[ A unit of Rajasthan Co-operative Dairy Federation Limited ]

 

Session 2015-2016

 

  ( An initiative of VIEEE STUDENT BRANCH ) 

 


Place of Visit: Saras Dairy Jaipur

Students (Semester / Section): III, Section A & B

Date: 30.09.2015

 



The Industrial visit for students of 3rd Semester of Electrical Engineering was organized as a part of Student – Industry Interaction program .This visit was of one day. Students visited the Saras Dairy Jaipur plant – a unit of Rajasthan Co-operative Dairy Federation Limited

At Saras Diary, our students visited the milk processing plant followed by a visit to the storage and outsourcing section in which the autonomous drive sections were implemented for packaging of milk. After that, students also visited the Saras Ghee Manufacturing plant & outsourcing sections too. Students were at first explained about the safety measures to be followed by the concerned on-duty staff members. They were taken to the control room for having a lucid idea about the measuring and control equipments and the user interface at the control room.



The milk collection and testing systems at village DCS have been automated with the installation of electronic milk testers (EMT) and auto milk collection stations (AMCS). At present 9,875 EMT & AMCS are operational at DCS level. Milk reception, weighment and testing at dairy plants and chilling centres have been modernized with the installation of Automated raw milk reception Dock (RMRD).

The marketing activities of the Federation include providing support to the Milk Unions in milk and milk products marketing, within and outside the State. RCDF is presently marketing milk & milk products under Saras brand. Fresh milk of different compositions and long shelf life tetra pak milk is being marketed in rural and urban areas. The Federation is a major supplier of tetra pak milk (UHT) to the armed forces.

RCDF is also marketing various fresh milk products in Saras brand, which are, Chhach, Lassi, Shrikhand, Flavoured Milk, Paneer and Dahi. Long life products such as Cow ghee, Ghee, Table Butter, Skim Milk Powder and Tetra Pak Milk (Taza Milk and Fit and Fine) are also being marketed.

Saras Milk Parlours serving a complete range of milk products are operational at 307 points and there are 18,086 booths and shop agencies in Rajasthan.

 

Students were exposed to the industrial automation process in the industry during their visit. All the students were of the opinion that this visit was beneficial for the them and would like to be a part of such industrial visits in near future.


About VIEEE Students Branch

Posted by singh.dhiraj on July 29, 2015 at 12:40 AM Comments comments (0)

 

 

About VIEEE Students Branch

 

 

VIEEE Branch Chair: Dhiraj Kr. Singh, Head of the Department ,Electrical Engineering

 

VIEEE Vice Chair: Shashi Kanwar, VIII Semester, Dept. of EE

 

VIEEE Secretary: Shakti Sourabh, VIII Semester, Dept. of EE


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Mission statement:

VIEEE's core purpose is to foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.

Vision statement:

VIEEE will be essential to the global technical community and to technical professionals everywhere, and be universally recognized for the contributions of technology and of technical professionals in improving global conditions.

IEEE code of conduct for VIEEE members:

We, the members of VIEEE, recognize the importance of our technologies in affecting the quality of life throughout the world and we accept a personal obligation to our professions, the members of VIEEE, and other individuals involved in VIEEE activities in our fields of interest. By this obligation we commit ourselves to the highest standards of integrity, responsible behavior, and ethical and professional conduct.

We agree to be bound by the following rules:

1. Be respectful of others . We will be respectful of others, including IEEE members and will act in a professional manner while participating in IEEE activities.

2. We will be respectful of the privacy of others and the protection of their personal information and data.

3. Treat people fairly. We will not engage in harassment of any kind, including sexual harassment, or bullying behavior whether in person, via cyber technology or otherwise.

4. We will not discriminate against any person because of characteristics protected by law (e.g., age, ancestry, color, disability or handicap, national origin, race, religion, gender, sexual or affectional orientation, gender identity, gender expression, appearance, matriculation, political affiliation, marital status, veteran status). 3. Avoid injuring others, their property, reputation or employment

5. We will avoid injuring others, their property, data, reputation, or employment by false or malicious action.

6. We will not engage in or participate in the spreading of any malicious rumors, defamation or any other verbal or physical abuses, against an IEEE member, employee or other person, whether on the Internet or otherwise.

7. Refrain from retaliation . We will not retaliate against any IEEE member, employee or other person who reports an act of misconduct, or who reports any violation of the IEEE Code of Ethics or this Code of Conduct. We will not retaliate against any person who makes IEEE aware of the violation of any laws, rules or regulations in connection with IEEE activities.

8. Comply with applicable laws in all countries where IEEE does business and with the IEEE policies and procedures .We will comply with all applicable laws, rules and regulations governing IEEE’s business conduct worldwide and all relevant procedures established by IEEE whenever and wherever we are acting on behalf of IEEE, or participating in IEEE activities, including but not limited to the following:

a) Rejecting bribery in all forms.

b) Avoiding real or perceived conflicts of interest whenever possible, and disclosing them to affected parties when they do exist.

c) Protecting confidential information belonging to IEEE and personal information belonging to IEEE members, employees and other persons.

d) Not agreeing with competing persons to fix prices or reduce price competition through allocation of customers or markets, manipulate bids in any competitive bidding process, or engage in other acts that result in restraining trade.

e) Not misusing or infringing the intellectual property of others.


VIEEE Student Branch Members: (Enrolled in session 2015-16)


1 Abhinav suwalka 9649440571 [email protected]

2 Ajay Kumar Meena 9782365512

3 Ajay Kumar Patidar 7665789095 [email protected]

4 Ajay sen 8386950193 [email protected]

5 akshay Jain 8947841985 [email protected]

6 Alka Meena 9982002820 [email protected]

7 Amit krishania 9509857238 [email protected]

8 Amit Kumar Meena 8852901564 [email protected]

9 Ankit Carpenter 9928907179 [email protected]

10 Anurag baloda 9782922004 [email protected]

11 Arun Sagwan 9649795058 [email protected]

12 Ashish yadav 8955542586 [email protected]

13 Deepak saini 8742808577 [email protected]

14 Deependra Singh Rathore 7231044719 [email protected]

15 Gaurav kumar Sharma 7734899580 [email protected]

16 Gaurav pareek 9509351457 [email protected]

17 Gulshan Sharma 9649328377 [email protected]

18 Hemant Kumar 7891068298 [email protected]

19 Hitesh Sharma 7737033664 [email protected]

20 Hitesh Sharma 8233395218 [email protected]

21 Jagdish Kumar 8386967586 [email protected]

22 Jagmohan saini 9887855718 [email protected]

23 Jay Agarwal 8385804544 [email protected]

24 Jeetesh Meena 9887134748 [email protected]

25 Jitendra godara 9829600703 [email protected]

26 Jitendra singh parmar 8094447730 jitendra[email protected]

27 Manoj Kumar Meena 7737966738 [email protected]

28 Nikhil S Agarwal 7727841631 [email protected]

29 Piyush Kumar 7726992078 [email protected]

30 Prashansha Jakhar 9462153849 [email protected]

31 rahul Kumar 8875718913 [email protected]

32 Rahul Swami 9782896424 [email protected]

33 Rishabh Sinha 7792085287 [email protected]

34 Sandeep Dadhich 9549573430 [email protected]

35 Sunil Bidiyasar 7727049281 [email protected]

36 Suraj Kumar 7221840540 [email protected]

37 Yogesh Singh Rajpurohit 8503858181 [email protected]


 VIEEE Student Branch Members: (Enrolled in session 2014-15 )

 

1 Shakti Sourabh 9309209207

2 Shashi Kanwar

3 Priyanka Shera

4 Sukhwindeer Kaur

5 Vikash Mahala 9413991117

6 Ashish Ajariwal 8824221374

7 Aarti Yadav

8 Aayushi Sharma

9 Nidhi Sharma

10 Preeti Meena

 


 

 

 

Road Map of Events - 2015

Posted by singh.dhiraj on June 28, 2015 at 1:25 AM Comments comments (0)

Road Map of Events - 2015



Events under IEEE Chapter at Vevekananda Institute of Technology, Jaipur

Posted by singh.dhiraj on April 28, 2015 at 1:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Summary of Events under IEEE Chapter at  Vevekananda Institute of Technology, Jaipur

(Session 2010-2013)


In 2010

IEEE Students Attended the National Conference on: Advances in wireless & Optical Communication Technologies-2010” NCAWOCT-2010 on Augest 7-8, 2010.

 

NWMIC-2010 (National workshop on Microwave integrated circuits held on 25th September 2010)

In 2011

VIT-IEEE STUDENT CHAPTER Meeting held on 1st Feb 2011, 2nd Apr. 2011, 5rd Aug. 2011, 1st Oct. 2011

 

MINO-2011 ( National conference on micro & nano electronics devices and systems held on 11th -12th march 2011)

 

A seminar on “New Age careers: A global outlook” held on Monday, 29th Aug,2011

Chief guest : Executive director of the IEEE computer Society , USA Ms. Angela R. Burgess

 

A Technical Poster exhibition held on 29th Aug,2011

Judges 1. Ms. Angela R. Burgess (Executive Director- IEEE)

2. Mr. Harish Mysore (Director – India Operations at IEEE)

3. Mr. Mujahid Khan (National Head for Retail Education GTT)


In 2012

1st AIRCRAFT DESIGNING WORKSHOP in campus on 5th December, 2011 by the experts who are going to represent India at SAE AERO DESIGN U.S.A 2012.

 

Airshow was conducted in vit campus associated with Gyan Vihar University in January 2012.

 

Organized conference on 'Innovations in Micro-Electronics, Signal Processing and Communication Technologies' V-IMPACT-2012 on 17th- 18th February 2012

 

2nd AIRCRAFT DESIGNING WORKSHOP in campus on 20th February, 2012 by the experts who are going to represent India at SAE AERO DESIGN U.S.A 2012. In this 7day workshop the participating teams designed, build and flied a remote- controlled plane.


In 2013

On 14th September 2013, the student members of VIT- IEEE STUDENT BRANCH CHAPTER attended National Youth Conference conducted by NHRDN (National HRD NETWORK) at Indira Gandhi Panchayati Raj Auditorium, Jaipur (9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.). The theme of conference was “Energizing for Excellence”.



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