Our EEE Department has been abuzz with dynamic activities, fostering hands-on learning, and keeping abreast of the latest industry trends. Here’s a glimpse into the recent initiatives that have enriched the academic journey within our department.
1. Electrical Wiring Workshop:
In a recent practical workshop on electrical wiring, our students delved into the intricacies of wiring systems, gaining valuable hands-on experience. The workshop provided a platform for honing practical skills, understanding safety protocols, and applying theoretical knowledge to real-world scenarios.
2. Soldering & PCB Circuit Design Session:
Our students engaged in an immersive session on soldering techniques and PCB circuit design. Through practical exercises, they mastered the art of soldering components and honed their skills in designing printed circuit boards. These skills are fundamental in the electronics industry, and our students are well-equipped to meet industry demands.
3. Interaction on Coal-Based Thermal Power Plant:
In an enlightening session, our department organized an interaction with industry experts from a prominent coal-based thermal power plant. Students had the opportunity to gain insights into the operations, challenges, and innovations in the power generation sector. Such interactions bridge the gap between classroom learning and real-world applications.
4. Railway Trends Symposium:
A symposium on current railway trends provided a platform for students to explore the latest advancements in the railway industry. Renowned experts shared insights into emerging technologies, sustainability practices, and future trends, empowering our students with a broader perspective on the evolving landscape of rail transport.
5. Collaborative Projects:
Our department continues to foster a culture of collaboration through various projects. Students actively participated in team-based projects, applying their knowledge to solve real-world problems. These projects not only enhance technical skills but also instill a collaborative spirit among our students.