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Webinar on “Machine Learning: Its Applications in Engineering”

Dr.Sushma Shelke, Lead Data Analyst, ARIN International, Pune, delivered the session which is conducted through online platform Google meet and total number of registration were 720. Machine learning is a type of artificial intelligence that provides computers with the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed. Machine learning focuses on the development of computer programs that can change when exposed to new data. The process of machine learning is similar to that of data mining. Both systems search through data to look for patterns. However, instead of extracting data for human comprehension as is the case in data mining applications machine learning uses that data to detect patterns in data and adjust program actions accordingly. Example: Facebook's News Feed uses machine learning to personalize each member's feed. Topics Covered during the webinar are applications, Algorithms, Tools for implementation, Future of Machine Learning in Engineering and Application Demo shown in MATLAB.

Total participants were divided into Six Batches and webinar was conducted as per following schedule

 Date

Morning Session

Afternoon Session

12 May 2020

11.00 AM to 12.00 Noon

3.30 PM to 4.30 PM

13 May 2020

11.00 AM to 12.00 Noon

3.30 PM to 4.30 PM

14 May 2020

11.00 AM to 12.00 Noon

3.30 PM to 4.30 PM

 

Webinar on “Revised kVAh Billing System in Electricity Distribution Sector”

Mr. Yogendra Talware, Director & Founder, Strom Energie Pvt.Ltd. Pune, delivered the session which is conducted through online platform Google meet and total number of registration were 842. As per MERC Order in Case no. 195 of 2017 dated September 12, 2018, The Commission intends to implement kVAh billing to all HT consumer and LT consumers having load above 20 kW from 1st April, 2020. At present, Consumers are billed on Active Energy Consumption measured in kWh along with the fixed charges and other charges. The effect of reactive energy is considered through Power Factor penalty / incentive mechanism. Penalty is levied to consumers for Power Factor below 0.90 (for Lead as well as Lag PF) and incentive is provided for P.F. above 0.95 (for Lead as well as Lag PF). In kVAh based billing, fixed/ demand charges are levied on apparent power and energy charges are levied on apparent energy. In future, energy charges will be levied based on this apparent energy consumption which eliminates requirement of charging active and reactive energy separately.

Total participants were divided into Three Batches and webinar was conducted as per following schedule.

 

Date

Time

27 May 2020

3.30 PM to 5.00 PM

28 May 2020

3.30 PM to 5.00 PM

29 May 2020

3.30 PM to 5.00 PM

 

Expert lecture on “Benefit of IEEE for Student Member and young Professionals.”

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Dr. Akbar Ahmad Associate Professor, K K Wagh COE, Nasik delivered expert lecture on “Benefit of IEEE for Student Member and young Professionals”. Objective for the session was to foster technological innovation and excellence, essential to the global technical community and technical professionals everywhere, which is universally recognized for the contributions of technology in improving global conditions.

 

One Day Student Solar Ambassadors Workshop, under Gandhi Global Solar Yatra, an initiative by IIT Bombay

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Under Gandhi Global Solar Yatra, an initiative by IIT Bombay, hands-on training for more than 1 Million Students Solar Ambassadors (SSA) across the globe is organized on 2nd October 2019.As part of this programme, held at Maulana Mukhtar Ahmad Nadvi Technical Campus, total 302 students from various schools and institutions assembled their own lamps and took a pledge to become student solar ambassadors for protecting the environment.

 

Institutional Training Program on Energy Conservation and energy management

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Mr. Pramod N Daspute (B.E.E. Certified Energy Auditor and External faculty of PCRA) invited for “Institutional Training Program on Energy Conservation and energy management”. He has discussed about energy conservation in industries, importance of resource conservation-fossil fuels, energy awareness programs, present energy scenario, audit instruments and different case studies.

 

Expert lecture on “Electricity Act 2003, Electricity Regulations & Consumer Grievance Redressal System”

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Mr. Bhavsar Ratankumar Bansilal, Executive Engineer (Retd.) (Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Co. Ltd.) invited for expert lecture on “Electricity Act 2003, Electricity Regulations & Consumer Grievance Redressal System” to understand the Indian Electricity act 2003 and its importance, this consolidate the laws relating to generation, transmission, distribution, trading and use of electricity for taking conducive measures to development of electricity industry.

 

One Day Hands-on Training Program on Industrial Automation – PLC & SCADA

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Mr. Pankaj Sonawane, Director Autotech, Nasik, invited for One Day Hands-on Training Program on “Industrial Automation – PLC & SCADA”. Aim of this Training Program is to impart the basics of electrical automation with hands on experience of PLC & SCADA and give them a stage to deal with the practical knowledge and recent technologies being utilized to accomplish modern industrial automation in the near future.