Guest Lecture on “Requirements of Core Industries for Electrical Engineering”

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Speaker’s Profile:
Mr. Milind Thekedar, Managing Director (JBS Enterprises Pvt. Ltd.)
He possess B.E. Electrical & has more than 28 years of experience in project execution, operation & maintenance works upto 400Kv. He has worked with M.S. Electricity board at 400 KV receiving station construction division. Koradi District Nagpur for 08 years. He has worked with M/s EMCO Limited Thane as General Manager (Projects) for One year.

21st March, 2018
3rd Floor Seminar Hall
Prof. Aamir Shaikh, Mr. Sanjiv Datta
Electrical Engineering
Time Programme
2:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. Inaugration
2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. Lecture
4:00 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. Valedictory

Guest Lecture was organized by Department of Training & Placement on 21st March, 2018 in the 3rd floor Seminar Hall 1 at 2:30 p.m. Prof. Aamir Shaikh introduced the speaker Mr. Milind Thekedar, Managing Director, JBS Enterprises Pvt. Ltd. has been working in Electrical Engineering field for the last Twenty-Eight years and is a known figure in specific quality arena. He is an entrepreneur and has 2000 staff working under his supervision.

The guest speaker gave an extensive speech on opportunities for electrical engineering freshers students in transmission line, distribution & maintenance. The speech was centered on “Placements” in government sector jobs which can be achieved by other means that is working in core area for 02-03 years and based on that experience students can apply for higher post job in various electricity boards of our country.

Sir explained for becoming an entrepreneur we have to be well experience & knowledge in specific technical field. Once the system requirements is understood, then it is easy to become an entrepreneur. Sir shared his experience in transmission line and make students aware of field work difficulties and methods to overcome it.

The session was concluded with a question answer session at 4:00 p.m. Faculty members also co-ordinated to conduct the guest lecture successfully. There were around 50 participants and Training & Placement staff.