Expert Lecture on “Smart Grid Technologies and Applications”

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The Expert Lecture on “Smart Grid Technology and Applications” was organized by Department of Electrical Engineering organized by Prof. Ms. Sanobar S. Third year and Final Year Electrical Engineering Students. It commenced at 11:00 a.m. on 5th March, 2020 in 1st Floor, Conclave-I. Prof. Ms. Tahoora Qureshi, Assistant professor and Expert for smart grid technologies was invited as resource person. She has 5 years of experience in teaching as an assistant professor in Electrical Engineering Department of Abdul Razak Kalsekar Engineering College, Panvel. She is also a Topper of “Introduction to Smart Gird Technologies” course, introduced by NPTEL.

5th March, 2020
Electrical Engineering

Asst. Prof. Mr. Aamir Shaikh introduced the Guest speaker and Head of the Department, Ms. Pranita Chavan felicitated the speaker.

The speaker commenced the session with scenario of existing conventional grids and then introduced the smart gird and their comparison. She gave many case studies where smart grids are installed and they are being used making our lives more convenient and economical. While explaining the important applications of Smart Grid, she discussed smart devices such as Phase Measurement Units, Smart Sensors, and Smart Fault detecting Devices. She also discussed about the two way communication techniques and importance of Global Positioning System in it. The enthusiastic audience asked many questions and she answered all the question satisfactorily. Many interesting applications she suggested to the students that can be implanted as a final year projects.

The session was concluded with a question answer session at 1:00 p.m. More than 70 Students were present for the session. All the Students have given positive feedback and they were expecting more session like the same.

Prof. Ms. Tahoora Qureshi giving introduction of the technology called “smart Grid” to Third Year and Final year students of Electrical Department.

Students interacting and asking doubt on the same topic as it was a two way interactive session.