Event Organized

Seminar Organized by Department

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Title of the event

Date

1.

Indian Conference on trends in Modern Engineering System

2-3, February, 2008

2.

Energy System Planning, Implementation and Operation(ESPIO-2011) 

19TH Aug 2011

3.

TEQIP sponsored National Seminar on Robotics & Nano science (NSRN-2013)

2013

4.

TEQIP sponsored  National Seminar on “Role of Power Electronics &Drives in Modern Technology” (RPEDMT-2013)

2013

5.

TEQIP sponsored one day National Seminar on “Power System Monitoring, Control and Stability” (PSMCS-2013)

2013

6.

International Conference on Non – Conventional Energy ICONCE 2014.

14 – 16 January,2014

7.

One day workshop on Industrial Automation using PLC, SCADA & drives for pre final year students.

2nd April, 2016

8.

3 – Weeks Hands – on Training programme on Industrial Automation: PLC & SCADA for final year students 

18th Feb – 19th March, 2016

9.

3 – Weeks Hands – on Training programme on Industrial Automation: PLC & SCADA for final year students 

30th March – 29th April, 2016

10.

Energy Conservation & its Industrial Approach (ECIA2K16)

10th May,2016

11.

Industrial Automation using PLC, SCADA & DRIVES

2nd April,2016

12.

APPLICATION OF SOLAR & WIND ENERGY” (NSASWE 2016)

20th April,2016

13

POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES (PED2016)” (NSASWE 2016

13th May,2016

14.

NEXT GENERATION CELLULAR TECHNOLOGY” (NGCT2016/NGCT2K16

6th May,2016

15.

Recent Trends in High Voltage Engineering” (RTHVE2016)

16th May, 2016

 


Report on TEQIP sponsored National Seminar on “Energy Conservation & its Industrial Approach” (ECIA2K16) on 10th May 2016 in association with Dept. of Electrical Engineering,
JIS College of Engineering, Kalyani, Nadia
(An Autonomous Institution)

Topic: Energy Conservation & its Industrial Approach (ECIA2K16)
Date:  10/05/2016
Main objectives of the event:
       a) To provide a platform for our students to give information in relation to latest developments and development activities in Industry incorporating various Energy Conservation Technique and Implementation.
       b) To provide its related and enabling technologies regarding research innovation.

Invited Experts:

  1. Prof. Amlan Chakraborty

       Head, Dept. of Electrical Engineering
Narula Institute of  Technology
Kolkata

  1. Mr. Sunil Krishna Ghosh

Accredited Energy Auditor.BEE.(Govt of India).

  1. Mr. Apurba Sarkar

Lead Utility (Sr.Manager, Power Plant, Kesoram Rayon, Hooghly),
Chartered Engineering(Mech), BOE,
Certified Energy Manager(BEE,Ministry of Power, Govt. of India).

Total Number of Participants: 120    
a) No. of students:  88        b) No. of in-house faculty members:  24    c) No. of in-house staff members: 8

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Benefits obtained by students :
                 a)  Student’s Knowledge enriched with practical data & present global statistics.
                 b)  Students acquired some ideas of application of these abundant resources for proper utilization, which will be benefited in future aspects.
Major Outcome of the seminar:
    a)  Students are very much interested to make B.tech. Projects considering this topic.
     b) Student exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish   business or research relations
    c)  Students and faculty members should have some knowledge about present energy crisis scenario and how to minimize this crucial situation and optimized application of energy.


 

Report on TEQIP sponsored Workshop on “Industrial Automation using PLC, SCADA & DRIVES” on 2nd April 2016 in association with Dept. of Electrical Engineering,
JIS College of Engineering, Kalyani, Nadia
(An Autonomous Institution)

Topic: Industrial Automation using PLC, SCADA & DRIVES
Date:  02/04/2016
Main objectives of the event:
a) To provide a platform for our students to give information in relation to latest developments   and development activities in Industry incorporating various Automation system namely PLC,SCADA and DRIVES.
b) To provide its related and enabling technologies regarding research innovation.

Invited Experts:
1. Mr. Anuranjan Chakraborty.
2. Ms. Dipika Das
3. Mr. Partha Pandit.
Total Number of Participants: 120    
a) No. of students: 78    b) No. of in-house faculty members:  8    c) No. of in-house staff members: 6

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Benefits obtained by students :
a)  Student’s Knowledge enriched with practical data & present global statistics.
                     b)  Students acquired some ideas of application of these  modern automation system  for Industry Application.

Major Outcome of the seminar:
                      a) Students are very much interested to make B.tech. Projects considering this topic.
                      b) Student exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations


 

Report on TEQIP sponsored National Seminar on “APPLICATION OF SOLAR & WIND ENERGY” (NSASWE 2016) on 20th May 2016 in association with Dept. of Electrical Engineering,
JIS College of Engineering, Kalyani, Nadia
(An Autonomous Institution)

Topic: APPLICATION OF SOLAR & WIND  ENERGY (NSASWE 2016)
 Date:  20/05/2016
Main objectives of the event:     
       a) To provide a platform for our students to give information in relation to latest developments and development activities in various application of solar & wind energy.
       b) To provide its related and enabling technologies regarding research innovation.

Invited Experts:

  1. Prof. Subhasis Neogy,

Director, Commonwealth Fellow
School of Energy Studies,
Jadavpur University, Kolkata-700032

  1.  Mr. Ratan Mandal

             Assistant Professor,
School of Energy Studies
Jadavpur University, Kolkata-700032
INTERAL SPEAKER:  Dr. Papun Biswas
HOD, Electrical Engineering Department,
JIS College of Engineering, Kalyani.

Total Number of Participants: 120    
a) No. of students: 75    b) No. of in-house faculty members:  27    c) No. of in-house staff members: 18
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Benefits obtained by students :
a)  Student’s Knowledge enriched with practical data & present global statistics.
                     b)  Students acquired some ideas of application of these abundant resources for proper     utilization, which will be benefited in future aspects
Major Outcome of the seminar:
                      a) Students are very much interested to make B.tech. Project on this topic.
                      b) Student exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations
                  c) Students and faculty members should have some knowledge about present demand and resource capacity of this energy.

 


Report on TEQIP sponsored National Seminar on “POWER ELECTRONICS  AND DRIVES (PED2016)” on 13th May 2016 in association with Dept. of Electrical Engineering,
JIS College of Engineering, Kalyani, Nadia
(An Autonomous Institution)

 

Topic: POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES (PED2016)
Date: 13TH May 2016
Objective: The topic of the seminar is related to the modern technological development in electrical engineering. The seminar will enhance the subject knowledge of the students as well.
Invited Experts: 1. Prof.(Dr.) Krishnendu Chakrabarty
Principal, Kalyani Government Engineering College, Kalyani, W.B.
2. Mr. Snehasish Roy
Electronica India, Behala Industrial Estate, Kolkata-700034

Participants: Total number of participants:120

  1. No. of in-house faculty members:21   b) No. of students:93  c) No. of in-house staff members:6

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Outcome:  Major outcomes of the seminar are

  1. Both theoretical and practical aspects of power electronic converters are discussed in the seminar by the invited speakers who are from academic and industrial field. Faculties, technical assistants & students have got the chance to enhance their knowledge on the field.
  2. Inter speaker discussed the applications of power electronics in power system who herself has completed her doctorate degree very recently in the field.

 


 

Report on TEQIP sponsored National Seminar on “NEXT GENERATION CELLULAR TECHNOLOGY” (NGCT2016) on 6th May 2016 in association with Dept. of Electrical Engineering,
JIS College of Engineering, Kalyani, Nadia
(An Autonomous Institution)

 

Topic: NEXT GENERATION CELLULAR TECHNOLOGY (NGCT2016)

Date: 06/05/2016

Objective:
i) Increase innovative research idea among the faculty, staff and student.
ii) Students get to improve their knowledge beyond the syllabus.

NEXT GENERATION CELLULAR TECHNOLOGY” (NGCT2016/NGCT2K16)
Next Generation Technology/Network
A Next Generation Network (NGN) is a packet-based network able to provide Telecommunication Services to users and able to make use of multiple broadband, QoS-enabled transport technologies and in which service-related functions are independent of the underlying transport-related technologies. It enables unfettered access for users to networks and to competing service providers and services of their choice. It supports generalised mobility which will allow consistent and ubiquitous provision of services to users.

NGN Architecture
NGN is a layered architecture consisting of transport, access, control and application layer. It is important to note that all the layers are independent from each other. Change in one layer should not affect other layers.
Access Layer:
Access Layers is responsible for direct subscriber attachment function. NGN can support all kind of existing access as well as  upcoming access. In fact NGN does not matter about type of access. NGN is capable of processing traffic originated from PSTN, GSM, CDMA, xDSL, WiMAX or  any other access system. Depending upon the type of access, protocol conversion and/or media conversion may be required at the NGN Gateways.
Access Layer  consists of Gateways. Example of getaways are media Gateway, Access gateway. Signalling gateway.
Media gateway terminates media, coming from PSTN/PLMN in E1 / STM. Here it is responsible for packetisation of media under the instruction of control layer.  After packetisation of information it throws packets to the transport Network. Access gateway is nearer to subscriber. Subscriber can directly be terminated in Access Gateway. All the required configuration of such subscribers should be done at control layer. Access Gateway and Media Gateways are responsible for carriage of Media whereas Signalling gateway is carrying signalling generated by PSTN and informs Control Layer about the signalling in required format.
Transport Layer
Transport Layer of NGN is based on IP. It can utilize the advantage of MPLS. Transport Layer forms the core of the Network. It basically consists of Routers, which are responsible for carrying traffic originated by access layer. As the same core network is going to be used for all kinds of subscribers enjoying different kind of real time and non real time services, it should be able to make use of band width policies and Qos policies. Operator  has to think of managed Network for its subscribers.
It is basically an assembly of routers connected with optical network. Traffic coming from gat ways is properly routed by those routers.
Control Layer
It is responsible of call setup, routing and charging policies  and other controls in NGN environment. It consists of call servers where all information of the network resides. These call servers are responsible for setting up, modifying, charging and tear down of the calls.
NGN may  work on soft switch principle. It consists of MGC (Media Gateway Controller) as an overall controller and MGs(Media Gateway) for termination of traffic. MGC is basically a server and it is having all the necessary information of network MGC instructs MGs for establishing the call. Under the control of MGC, MG performs different call related tasks such as connection, modification and termination of media streams, packetisation of media etc.
Application Layer
It is responsible for OSS/BSS. Enhanced services to the subscribers will be provided with the help of application servers. It may include prepaid servers, announcement servers, Service servers etc. Hence NGN is making service separation from Network. Any service can be introduced with the help of server at any time without any modifications in the control, transport or access.
Invited Experts:
1)MR. APURBA SANYAL, SDE (RETIRED) BSNL (BHARAT SANCHAR NIGAM LIMITED)
2)MR. SHYAMA PRASAD BISWAS, SDE (RETIRED), BSNL
3)MR. ASHIT BISWAS, SDE, BSNL (BHARAT SANCHAR NIGAM LIMITED)
Participants: 125, a) No of student:93, b) No of in house faculty members:25, c) No of  in house staff: 7
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Brief Report:
Students get extra knowledge and information about next generation cellular technology. They got extra beneficial ideas beyond the syllabus.
Outcome: Major Outcome of All students are feedback that this type of seminar will be arranging regular basis. All students are agreed that seminar is full of new ideas, technology development which will be helpful further.
i)Student gets idea and recent development of Next Generation of Cellular Technology
ii)Students also get new technology beyond the syllabus which will give extra advantages to build their career.


Report on TEQIP sponsored National Seminar on “Recent Trends in High Voltage Engineering” (RTHVE2016) on 16th May 2016 in association with Dept. of Electrical Engineering,
JIS College of Engineering, Kalyani, Nadia
(An Autonomous Institution)

Topic: Recent Trends in High Voltage Engineering” (RTHVE2016)
Date:  16/05/2016
Main objectives of the event: This seminar provides opportunities for our beloved student to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration. To this end, the seminar aims to attract participants with different backgrounds, to foster cross-pollination between different research fields and to expose and discuss innovative theories, frameworks, methodologies, tools and applications in High voltage engineering in power system aspects.

Invited Experts:
1) Prof.(Dr) Kesab Bhattacharya, Professor, Dept. of Electrical Engineering Jadavpur University Kolkata 700032,W.B Email Id:-bkesab @gmail.com
2) Prof.(Dr) Priyaranjan Mandal. Associate Professor, Head of the Department Department of Applied Physics,University of Calcutta 92, APC Road ,Kolkata.700009.

 NAME OF THE INTERAL SPEAKER: Mr. Rakesh Naskar Asst.Prof ,EE dept.JISCE

Total Number of Participants: 120
a) No. of students 87   b) No. of in-house faculty members: 22   c) No. of in-house staff members: 11

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Benefits obtained by students : Students get extra knowledge and information about high voltage engineering. They got extra beneficial ideas beyond the syllabus.

 

Major Outcome of the seminar:

 i) Student gets idea and recent development of High Voltage Engineering.
ii) Students also get idea and recent developments of Extra High Voltage Engineering.