Academic Achievements

National/International Conferences:

Batch Student’s Name Title of the Paper Name of the Journal / Conference

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

The department of EEE was established in the year 2005, recognized by AICTE, New Delhi and affiliated to Anna University, Chennai. The department has been accredited by NBA, New Delhi. The department offers quality education with strong academic fundamentals through highly qualified and dedicated faculty members. Department has faculty members with both industry and academic experience.

Value Added Courses are conducted periodically to update the technical knowledge and skills of students. The courses are organized are PLC, SCADA & DCS, LABView, MATLAB, etc., Faculties and Students have membership with Professional bodies such as IEEE, ISTE and IET. Various Industrial visits organized by the department gives the vision of Industry atmosphere to the students.

Department has signed MOUs with leading companies like Stein beis Solar Research Centre, Axis global automation Pvt. Ltd, Darien Electric Madras(DEM), Vee Eee Technologies Pvt. Ltd provide training and placement to students. Department has well established as per Anna University norms and highly dedicated faculty members to guide and drive the students towards success. Alumni of the department hold key positions in reputed organizations within the country as well as abroad.

Mission
  • To produce competent and disciplined Electrical and Electronics Engineer through delivery of quality education.
  • To employ sound principles and practices to engineer electrical systems for aerospace, aviation, and related fields.
  • To contribute to the society, to meet the on-going global challenges in alignment with technical education system, power industry and society.
Vision

To offer high quality academic programmes in Electrical and Electronic Engineering, carry out research in particular areas, train professional engineers and collaborate with industry to offer solutions for national development.

Program Educational Objectives
  • Practice their profession of engineering using a systems perspective, analyze, design, develop, optimize, and implement complex electrical systems.
  • Contribute to industry, society, and/or government organizations by applying the skills and knowledge acquired through formal education and their cooperative educational experiences.
  • Successfully pursue their education with self-discipline and confidence.
  • Draw upon a broad base of knowledge in providing engineering solutions within the appropriate technological, global, societal, ethical and organizational context.
Program Outcomes
  • Demonstrate knowledge of mathematics, science and basic engineering principles to the conceptualization of engineering modules.
  • Design solutions for complex electrical engineering problems and design system components that meet the specified needs with consideration for public health, safety, societal and environmental factors.
  • Design digital and analog system and components for automated systems.
  • Demonstrate skills to use modern engineering and simulation tools such as MATLAB, ETAP and LABVIEW, and, equipments to analyze problems in the system.
  • Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community, such as being able to write effective reports, make effective presentations and give and receive clear instructions.
  • Understand ethical issues, environmental impact and acquire management skills.
  • Work effectively as an individual and as member or leader in diverse teams with multidisciplinary tasks.
  • Understand and apply computing platform and software for engineering problems.
  • Attain an ability to critically identify, formulate and solve electrical engineering problems.
  • Demonstrate the knowledge of advanced mathematics, digital signal processing, microprocessor and microcontroller to design practical models.
  • Develop confidence for self motivation, to face the challenges in competitive screenings like GRE , GATE, etc.,
  • Understand the impact of power shortage and find optimized global solution in power generation, management and control.
  • Conduct research experiments on power generation, distribution, transmission and control.

S.No Name Designation
1 Dr.R.Sankar Professor & Dean
2 S.Velladurai Associate Professor
3 M.Jayamurugan Associate Professor
4 D.Sarala Associate Professor
5 N.Kumarikala Associate Professor
6 S.Anbuchandran Associate Professor
7 D.Radhika Assistant Professor
8 K.Jagadish Babu Assistant Professor
9 S.B.Vinoth Assistant Professor
10 R.Rajarajan Assistant Professor
11 P.Deepa Assistant Professor
12 K.Takhsela Leno Rani Assistant Professor

Infrastructure & Labs

Engineering Practices Laboratory

  • The main practice in this lab is to test and commission electrical equipments, instruments and to develop prototype models, PCB-design, and fabrications. Megger, Earth tester, Cutting players, screwdrivers were used and house wiring is practiced.
     Labs Conducted:
  • Engineering Practices Laboratory
     Major Equipment List:
S.NO EQUIPMENT NAME QUANTITY
1 1Ø ENERGY METER 2
2 1Ø ENERGY METER 1
3 IRON BOX 4
4 EMERGENCY LAMP 1
5 MEGGER 1
6 MULTIMETER 2
7 CUTTING PLIER 1
8 HAND DRILLING MACHINE 1
9 HAKSAW FRAME 2
10 POCKER 3
11 WOODEN BOARD(BIG&SMALL) 15
12 FAN COIL WINDING MACHINE 1
13 RANGE FINDER 15m RANGE 1
14 LIVE WIRE DETECTOR 1
Linear and digital integrated circuits laboratory

A course in Linear and Integrated Circuits is an essential part of a well-rounded Electrical and Electronics Engineering curriculum in third semester. With hands-on experiments significantly improving the understanding and visualization of complex subject matters. The Linear Integrated Circuits lab course introduces the concept and application of operational amplifiers. Laboratory assignments clarify textbook formulas and examples, as well as help to close the gap between theory and real-life problems.

Electric Circuits Lab for second semester consists of all types of measuring instruments and cathode ray oscilloscope, audio oscillators, function generators and various types of decade boxes.  Software such as MATLAB, EMTP are taught to the students in this lab to enable them to design, analyze & simulate and even compare with industry. This has been found to give immense practical utility to the students in their future career.

Labs Conducted:
  • Linear and digital integrated circuits laboratory
  • Electric circuit’s laboratory
Major Equipment List:
S.NO EQUIPMENT NAME QUANTITY
1 ANALOG AND DIGITAL CONVERTER. 4
2 DIGITAL AND ANALOG CONVERTER. 4
3 FUNCTION GENERATOR. 7
4 DUAL RPS(0-30)V,2AMPS. 10
5 DIGITAL IC TRAINER KIT. 15
6 ANALOG IC TRAINER KIT. 4
7 CATHODE RAY OSCILLOSCOPE 7
8 DIGITAL AND ANALOG IC TESTER 1
9 MICROPROCESSOR 8085 KIT (MICRO 85LC)  
10 DMA CONTROLLER(VBMB 011) 4
11 TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER(VBMB 030) 4
12

STEPPER MOTOR WITH KEY BOARD

(VBMB 013A)
4
13 TRAFFIC LIGHT CONTROL(TLC) 2
14 KEYBORD&DISPLAY INTERFACE BOARD (VBMB 001) 3
15 VGA VIDEO DISPLAY UNIT(VBMB 027) 2
Electric circuit’s laboratory
1 CRO (OSC 5030) 3
2 FUNCTION GENERATOR(0.2HZ-2MHZ)

2

3 SINGLE Ø INDUCTANCE LOAD 10 1
4 3 Ø STAR CONNECTED LOAD 3KW 2
5 AF SINGAL GENERATOR 3MHZ 1
6 CRO 0.33MHZ DUAL CHANNEL 4
7 FUNCTION GENERATOR (2MHZ) 3
8 NON INDUCTIVE RESISTANCES 250 Ώ,5A 5
9 DSO DUAL CHANNEL TDS2022B 200MHZ 1
Electronics laboratory

To enable the students to understand the behavior of semiconductor device based on experimentation. The end of the course the students will have ability to understand and analyse, linear and digital electronic circuits.

Labs Conducted:
  • Electronics laboratory
Major Equipment List:
S.NO EQUIPMENT NAME QUANTITY
1. CRO-0.33MHZ 3
2. CRO-30MHZ 6
3. CRO-30MHZ 4
4. CRO-30MHZ 2
5. FUNCTION GENERATOR 2MHZ 5
  FUNCTION GENERATOR-1MHZ 3
6. FUNCTION GENERATOR-1MHZ 7
7. DIFFERENTIAL AMPLIFIER USING FET

1

8. RPS-DUAL-30V/2A 6
9. RPS-DUAL-30V/2A 3
Electrical machines laboratory

Electrical machines laboratory has two eyes - AC and DC machines   encompassing the all types of latest AC and DC machines, generators and motors with loading arrangement, thyristor controlled DC Drives operated by main DC & AC panel board. Transformers and various starters, variacs, load banks also form part of the equipments.

Labs Conducted:
  • Electrical Machines Lab – I
  • Electrical Machines Lab - II
  • Electrical Engineering & Control system Lab
Major Equipment List:
S.No Name Qty
1. COMPOUND MOTOR 5HP 19A 1
2. DC SHUNT MOTOR 5HP 19A 1
3. RESISTIVE LOAD 1Φ 3Kw 4
4. AUTO TRANSFORMER 3Φ,8A 415V 3
5. 3ΦSLIP RING INDUCTION MOTOR -LOADING 1
6. WATTMETER (LPF) 5/10A 6
7. DC SERIES MOTOR- LOADING -2POINT TER,19A 1
8. STATOR RESISTANCE STARTER 3
9. SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR 3Φ (INDUCTION START) 1
10. DISTRIBUTION PANEL BOARD 1
11. 3ΦSQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTOR 1
12. RL LOAD WHEEL MOUNTED MESH 3Φ 10A 2
13. DC SHUNT MOTOR 5HP 19A #GENERATOR 1
14. DC SERIES GENERATOR 3Kw # SHUNT MOTOR,19A 1
15. ALTERNATOR#DC SHUNT MOTOR 4.2A&19A 1
16. ALTERNATOR#DC SHUNT MOTOR 1
17. DC COMPOUND MOTOR # SHUNT GENERATOR 3Kw 1
18 TACHOMETER (ANALOG)     17028 , 17650 11
19. DC SHUNT MOTOR 5HP 19A #GENERATOR 3Kw,13A 1
20. COMPOUND GENERATO 1
21. RECTIFIER UNIT M.S ENCLOSED415V 3Φ,100A 1
22. DC SHUNT MOTOR #SHUNT GENERATOR 1
23. ALTERNATOR#DC SHUNT MOTOR 7.5A 2
POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES LABORATORY

This lab helps the students to study the switching devices, power devices and its applications in rectifier, inverter, chopper and resonant converter, to learn the PWM Techniques for both UPS and AC Drive applications. This lab is fully equipped with all types of modules like SCR Firing circuit module, SCR based half and fully controlled converter kit, IGBT based three phase PWM inverter module, chopper module’s based V/I commuted chopper module with firing module., CRO, Isolation Transfomer, single phase Auto Transformer Meters, Mosfet Based step Up and Step Down Choppers module

Control and Instrumentation plays vital role in the field of modern automation industry .The application of control and instrumentation helps the budding engineers to know the wide and various application in manufacturing, aircraft control, computer, process control industries, apart from that this lab helps the budding engineers with an adequate work experience/real time concepts in the measurement of different quantities and also helps to expertise in handing the instrument and able to measure the unknown parameters with optimum value/ realistic value. The lab is fully equipped with modern control and instrumentation equipments.

Labs Conducted:
  • Power electronics and drives laboratory
  • Control and instrumentation laboratory
Major Equipment List:
S.NO
EQUIPMENT NAME
QUANTITY
1
1Ø HALF CONTROL &
FULLY CONTROL CONVERTER
1
2
AUTO TRANSFORMER
1
3
IGBT CHOPPER
2
4
ISOLATION TRANSFORMER
4
5
MOSFET BASED CHOPPERS
1
6
OSCILLOSCOPE
5
7
PWM INVERTER –SINGLE PHASE
2
8
PWM INVERTER –THREE PHASE
1
9
PWM INVERTER –THREE PHASE
2
10
RESONANT DC-DC CONVERTER
4
11
SCR BASED VI COMMUTATED
 CHOPPER
3
12
SINGLE PHASE SCR BASED HALF AND
 FULLY CONTOLLED CONVERTER
2
13
STUDY OF TRANSIENT KIT
1
Control and instrumentation laboratory
1.       
AC SERVO MOTOR KIT
1
2.       
DC SHUNT MOTOR # SHUNT GENERATOR KIT
2
3.
P, PI, PID CONTROL WITH INTERFACING KIT
1
4.       
TRANSFER FUNCTION OF AC SERVO MOTOR TRAINER KIT
1
5.       
TRANSFER FUNCTION OF DC SERVO MOTOR TRAINER KIT
1
6.
TRANSFER FUNCTION OF DC GENERATOR TRAINER KIT
1
7.
TRANSFER FUNCTION OF DC MOTOR TRAINER KIT
1
8.       
AC POSITION CONTROL TRAINER KIT
1
9.       
DC POSITION CONTROL TRAINER KIT
1
10.
ANALOG SIMULATION XPO-PID CONTROLLER KIT
1
11.  
SEPARATELY EXCITED SHUNT GEN
1
12.  
AF SIGNAL GENERATOR
1
13.
DSO DUAL CHANNEL TDS2012B, 100MHZ
1
14.  
SYNCHROS TRANSMITTER & RECEIVER
1
15.  
CRO
2
16.  
3ø Auto Transformer
1
17.  
Schering Bridge
2
18.  
Pressure Measurement Kit
1
19.  
LVDT Trainer Kit
2
20.  
Iron Losses Set Up
1
Power system simulation laboratory

Enables to acquire software development skills and experience in the usage of standard packages necessary for analysis and simulation of power system required for its planning operation and control.

Labs Conducted:
  • Power System Simulation Lab
  • Control and Instrumentation Lab
Major Equipment List:

Computer systems – Intel core i3 @ 2.93 Ghz, 4GB DDR3 RAM, 500 GB HDD SATA, 18,5” LED Monitor (33)

Software – MATLAB R2011b, ETAP 7.5 (10 user license)

S.NO
NAME OF THE EQUIPMENT
QUANTITY
1
ETAP SOFTWARE
1 (10 users)
2
PERSONAL COMPUTER – I3 PROCESSOR, 4GB RAM
34
3
DOT MATRIX PRINTER
1
4
HP LASER JET PRINTER
1
5
40 KVA ONLINE UPS SYSTEM (SHARED)
1

 

Centre of Excellence / R&D

The department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering has a Centre for Solar Power Research and Development. The centre aims at facilitating student projects in the area of renewable energy sources. The centre conducts workshops and faculty development programs to enhance the skill set of students and faculties. Interests and activities in the centre include solar cell design, solar photovoltaic systems design and development, solar energy storage system.

Details of Value Added Course
Academic Year
Courses offered
Dept. Conducting
Faculty Name
Students Participated
2015 - 16
LabVIEW
EEE
Ms.N.Kumarikala
Ms.D.Sarala
III yr EEE
2014 – 15
PLC & SCADA
EEE
Mr.K.P.Subin Vasu
Axis Global automation
III yr and IV yr EEE
MATLAB
EEE
Ms.N.Kumarikala
Ms.D.Sarala
II yr and III yr EEE
LabVIEW
EEE
Ms.N.Kumarikala
Ms.D.Sarala
Mr.M.Jayamurugan
IV yr and III yr EEE

Students Activities & Achievements

Batch Name of theStudent Organization Event Achievement
2011- 2015 M.R.Adithyan Meenakshi Sundarajan College Of Engg Paper Presentation III PRIZE
2011- 2015 K.A.Saravanan Meenakshi Sundarajan College Of Engg Paper Presentation III PRIZE
2011- 2015 M.R.Adithyan DMI College Of Engg Gaming 1st prize
2011- 2015 N.Rajasekar Vellammal Institute of Tech Sunk Electro 1st Prize
2011- 2015 N.Rajasekar S.A Engg College Connections 1st Prize
2011- 2015 S.Prakash Hindustan University Science expo 2nd prize
2011- 2015 M.R.Adithyan SRIRAM Engg. College Technical quiz 1st Prize
2011- 2015 K.A.Saravanan SRIRAM Engg. College Technical quiz 1st Prize
2011- 2015 M.R.Adithyan SRIRAM Engg. College Paper Presentation 2nd Prize
2011- 2015 M.R.Adithyan SRIRAM Engg. College Circuit debugging 1st Prize
2011- 2015 K.A.Saravanan SRIRAM Engg. College Paper Presentation 2nd Prize
2011- 2015 M.Jagan GKM College of Engg. & Tech Circuit debugging 1st Prize
2011- 2015 M.Jagan St.Peter’s College of Engg. Circuit debugging 1st Prize
2011- 2015 M.R.Adithyan Jerusalem college of Engg. Paper Presentation 1st Prize

Industry Institute Interaction (III's)

INDUSTRY INSTITUTE INTERACTION

Industrial visit

Industrial visit has its own importance in a career of a student who is pursuing a professional degree. It is considered as a part of college curriculum, mainly seen in engineering courses.

Objectives of industrial visit are to provide students an insight regarding internal working of companies. We know, theoretical knowledge is not enough for making a good professional career. With an aim to go beyond academics, industrial visit provides student a practical perspective on the world of work. It provides students with an opportunity to learn practically through interaction, working methods and employment practices. It gives them exposure to current work practices as opposed to possibly theoretical knowledge being taught at college. Industrial visits provide an excellent opportunity to interact with industries and know more about industrial environment.

S.NO
Date
YEAR
COMPANY VISITED
2015-16
1
29-07-2015
II Year  EEE
400KV Sub-Satation , Sriperumbudur
2014-15
1
27-08-2014
IV Year  EEE
AXIS Global Automation
2013-14
1
18-03-2014
II Year EEE
North Chennai Thermal Power Station, Chennai
2
21-03-2014
IV Year EEE
Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam
2012-13
5
23-08-2012
III Year  EEE
North Chennai Thermal Power Station, Chennai
6
07-09-2012
II Year  EEE
400KV Sub-Satation , Sriperumbudur
7
03-04-2013
II Year EEE
North Chennai Thermal Power Station, Chennai
2011-12
 
29-07-2015
II Year  EEE
400KV Sub-Satation , Sriperumbudur
1
23-09-2011
III  Year  EEE
Integral Coach Factory, Chennai
2
26-09-2011
II  Year  EEE
400KV Sub-Satation, Sriperumbudur
3
23-03-2012
IV  Year  EEE
Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam
4
02-04-2012
II  Year  EEE
Ennore Thermal Power Station, Chennai

In plant /Internship training

  • In-plant trainings, internship is provided for students to get industry exposure.
  • At the end of every semester, the students are motivated to undertake in-plant training andinternship programs in industries to acquire practical knowledge about current technologies.
  • Student internship programs are encouraged every year to enhance their independent learning.
  • Through the internships, students learn the working culture of companies and have a more mature understanding of the needs of the employers.
Batch
Student Name
Company
Duration
2012 - 16
DILIP KUMAR
BAIHAR State Co-operative milk producer’s federation ltd.
22.12.14 – 8.1.15
2012 - 16
DHANUSH.S, PRAVEEN KUMAR.D, ELANGO.K, KISHORE.H, RAMANA GANESH.S
Darien Electric Madras
15.12.14 – 19.12.14
2012 - 16
DIVYA.S, PRIYADHARSHINI, RAJASREE.J, PAVITHRA.V, BHARATHI.S, KAVITHA.K.J, PREETHI.M, MAHESWARAN.T, MOHAN RAJ.V
Vee Eee Technologies Solution Pvt. Ltd.
15.12.14 – 19.12.14
2012 – 16
ANITHA.B, INDIRA.D, M.JAGAN
VENKATRAMAN.S,
VASANTHA RAJA.R
DINESH KUMAR.D
 
Axis Global Automation
15.12.14 – 19.12.14

Mou with company

Academic Year
Name of organization signed MOU
Date of MOU
Contact person
Details
Benefit to college/Department
2015-2016
IJETCSE,
Puducherry
10-10-2015
G. Vinothkumar, Organizing Head, ICRRE – 2016, IJETCSE
Conduction ofInternational conference
2014-2015
IJETCSE,
Puducherry
7-11-2014
G. Vinothkumar, Organizing Head, ICRRE – 2015, IJETCSE
Conduction ofInternational conference
Steinbeis Solar Reserch Centre (SSRC)
24-09-2014
Vishwaa Ramanathaswamy
Director
Technical and research internship opportunities
Axis Global Institute of Industrial Training, Axis Global Automation Group of  Companies
02-09-2014
Managing Director,
Axis Global Institute of Industrial Training
Updating the students of SKREC on the latest trends in the field of instrumentation.
2012-2013
Darien Electric Madras
18-08-2012
P. Palanichamy,
Proprietor
Industrial need based research
Vee Eee Technologies Solutions Pvt. Ltd.
26-10-2012
C. Srinivasan,
Director
Joint Project work, Consultancy work
2011-2012
Sree Chandra Auto Components
08-11-2011
Chief Executive officier
Joint Research work

Industrial Expert visit:

  • Students &Faculty members are trained by industry experts to conduct enrichment courses to students.
  • Institution invites industry experts to visit department labs and check for the possible collaborative works.
  • The students and faculty get to interact with the industry experts in person through these initiatives.
Date
Name & Nature of the Program
RESOURCE PERSON
26.08.2015
Seminar on “SOLAR SYSTEM DESIGN”
Mr. G. Rajaganesan, Director, Technical operation, VATIO Energy India Private Limited – Chennai
13.03.2015
One day International Conference on Recent Research in Engineering”-  ICRRE 15
DR. KANNAN JEGATHALAKRISHNAN
College of Engineering and Science
Victoria University, Melbourne,Australia.
28.02.2015
National level Technical Symposium named “INVICTA 2K15”
Sri. R. SURESH
CEO & DIRECTOR
Samalpatti Power Company Pvt, Ltd
19-12-2014
One day workshop on “Solar PV Design and Applications”
Er. A. Vijayabalan
Director,
Green Power Solar System Private Limited
06-08-2014
one day seminar on
“Power generation and electrical drives , safety and its applications”
 
Lt. P. Narayana Bhaskar ,  Manager CPCL, Chennai

Student Chapters

About ISTE

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The ISTE(Indian Society For Technical Education) is a prestigious National body of Technical education in India. The membership under ISTE is an essential requirement for teaching faculty working in technical institutions. The ISTE Chapter has been established at our college and functioning from the year 2006 with the objective of promoting the role of teaching staff members in furthering the knowledge through technical education. The Chapter regularly organizes the guest lecture programmes, seminars and workshops in the field of current interest and emerging areas of technology. The chapter also helps in organizing the AICTE sponsored short-term training programmes among the various disciplines.

Objectives of ISTE Chapter in SKR Engg College:

  • Apply Curriculum and educational processes to changing conditions.
  • To harness the knowledge of Engineering Sciences for the welfare of the Society.
  • Develop excellent teachers and educational administrators.
  • Improve teaching methods, practices and administrative usages.
  • Enhance Professional ideals and standards to improve academics.
  • Make an effective linkage between technical institutions, Industry and Society

Activities of ISTE Chapter in SKR Engg College:

  • Arranging Seminars on new technologies by experts for teaching faculties.
  • Promoting Staffs to interact with the industries.
  • Conducting research oriented programs in various streams of Engineering.
  • Assisting staff members to participate in various International & National.

Office Bearers

S:NO
Designation
Name
1.
President
DHANUSH.S
2.
Vice –President
SUGANYA.B
3.
Associate Members
AKSHAYAN S
4.
Associate Members
MUTHAMIL ARASI V
5.
Associate Members
KEERTHIKA M
6
Associate Members
VENKATESHWARI D
ISTE Student Branch Co-coordinator:
Mr.  K. Jagadish babu
Assistant Professor
EEE Department
Phone No       :           044-26494205
Mail id            :           jagadishbabu.eee@skrenggcollege.org
 
Events conducted
Date
Name & Nature of the Program
RESOURCE PERSON
26.08.2015
Seminar on “SOLAR SYSTEM DESIGN”
Mr. G. Rajaganesan, Director, Technical operation, VATIO Energy India Private Limited – Chennai
13.03.2015
One day International Conference on Recent Research in Engineering”-  ICRRE 15
DR. KANNAN JEGATHALAKRISHNAN
College of Engineering and Science
Victoria University, Melbourne,Australia.
28.02.2015
National level Technical Symposium named “INVICTA 2K15”
Sri. R. SURESH
CEO & DIRECTOR
Samalpatti Power Company Pvt, Ltd
19-12-2014
One day workshop on “Solar PV Design and Applications”
Er. A. Vijayabalan
Director,
Green Power Solar System Private Limited
06-08-2014
one day seminar on
“Power generation and electrical drives , safety and its applications”
 
Lt. P. Narayana Bhaskar ,  Manager CPCL, Chennai
About IEEE

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The Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers. Inc. (IEEE) was founded in 1881 with Alexander Graham bell and Thomas Edison among its charter members. Today the IEEE serves over 3,75,000 members who are geographically organized into 10 regions over 300 sections, and more than 1,400 student branches, 385 student branch chapters of technical societies and 60 women in engineering affinity groups worldwide.

About IEEE Student branch of SKR Engineering College

IEEE Student branch of SKR Engineering College was established during January 2007. Initially it was started with 27 student members and 3 faculty members from various departments.

Mission

To provide the latest Technology for SKR Engineering College students which is in par with the growing needs of the industries and society.

SOLAR PV DESIGN AND APPLICATIONS

Events & Conferences

Date Event Organized Name of the guest
19th December 2014 Solar PV Design and Applications Er. A. Vijayabalan

EVENTS & CONFERENCES: WORKSHOPS/CONFERENCES/FDP

Solar PV Design and Applications

electrical and electronics

One-day Workshop Training Programme in “Solar PV Design and Applications” conducted on 19th December 2014, Resource person: Er. A. Vijayabalan, Director, Green Power Solar System Private Limited .

International Conference

electrical and electronics

International conference “ ICRRE” conducted on 13th March 2015, Resource person: Dr. KANNAN JEGATHALAKRISHNAN, College of Engineering and Science, Victoria University, Melbourne,Australia.

Symposium (2014-15)

electrical and electronics

Symposium “ INVICTA 2K15” was conducted on 22nd February 2015, Resource person: Sri. R. SURESH, CEO & Director, Samalpatti Power Company Pvt, Ltd

Guest Lectures

Date Event Organized Name of the guest
26.08.2015 “Solar System Design” Mr. G. Rajaganesan, Director, Technical operation, VATIO Energy India Private Limited – Chennai
19-12-2014 “Solar PV Design and Applications” Er. A. Vijayabalan, Director, Green Power Solar System Private Limited
06-08-2014 Power generation and electrical drives , safety and its applications Lt. P. Narayana Bhaskar, Manager CPCL, Chennai

Placement Details & Reports

Company Name No of Students
OBJECT FRONTIER SOLUTIONS PVT LTD 1
LINTECH ELECTRONICS PVT.LTD 1
MAX IT SOLUTIONS PVT LTD 3
AXIS GLOBAL AUTOMATION GROUP OF COMPANIES 5
FLEXTRONICS INDIA -OFF CAMPUS 3