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NSPS 2018 : A one day National Seminar on Power System

National Seminar on Power Systems- 2018

(27th March, 2018 )

India has been progressing well on the path of developing power generation, with an ambitious target of achieving million watts by new decade. The growth of DC systems is also supporting the growth of energy storage systems.

With these developments happening, it is imperative to explore and understand the underlying changes for the same. In continuation, for the overall benefit of the student’s community, the Department of Electrical Engineering ,has organized an Expert Talk cum Seminar on Power System on 27th March, 2018 to add up a another feather in the cap of academic history of VIT, Jaipur . The eminent faculty members from National Institutes of Technology to deliver their lectures. Other speakers who would grace the occasion shall be from State Organization.

The Seminar provided  an opportunity to make career in power sector by understanding the need of it, skillfully use the knowledge for organizational benefits and practices for industry growth. Such kind of program helps the students to cope up the requirements of power system thru their learning and advanced studies.

The key speaker for the seminar was Prof. Dr. D.P. Kothari, Former Director, IIT Delhi, and Former Vice Chancellor VIT Vellore.

Prof. D.P.Kpthari gave an expert lecture on ENERGY & ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS FACING THE THIRD WORLD AND THEIR PROBABLE SOLUTIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT.

At the end of his lecture he concluded with the following points:

The main reasons for power shortages include:

  1. Delay in commissioning the installed capacity
  2. Poor capacity utilization of power plants
  3. Poor availability of plants due to bad or unplanned maintenance
  4. Decentralized power generation, Integrated and hybrid power systems comprising grid power in conjunction with bio-mass, wind, solar and micro-mini hydel plants especially for rural areas
  5. Peaceful coexistence: conventional and non-conventional
  6. Grid power made available economically, reliably and with minimum possible environmental effects
  7. Brief review on Current and future energy scenario in Australia & Recommendations to Federal Government

RAPSE-2017 : 7th National Conference on Recent Advancements in Power System Engineering

About RAPSE-VII, 2017

VIT Campus, Jaipur has organized the 7th National conference on “Recent Advancements In Power System Engineering (RAPSE-VII), on the 30th & 31st of October, 2017. The conference gave platform to people from academia and practicing engineering to interact on the cutting edge issue related to the power system.

The major objective of the conference was to exchange ideas of the recent technological developments related to the power system engineering and enhancing the knowledge related to the modern trends in electrical engineering. The conference brought together academicians, researchers and industrialists working in the field of the power sector and renewable energy from all over India.

Thrust Area for RAPSE-VII, 2017

Conference welcomed papers on the following themes. However, papers related to other areas of electrical power are not specified in the under mentioned categories were also invited:

Cluster-1 Renewable Energy

  1. Renewable Energy Resources
  2. Greener Systems Planning and Design
  3. Evolutionary Algorithms in Energy Applications
  4. Energy Profiling and Measurement
  5. Harvesting Energy
  6. Energy-Aware Process Optimization
  7. Optimization Techniques for Efficient Energy Consumption
  8. Smart Energy Storage

Cluster-2 Smart Grid

  1. Smart Grids Impacts on Fault Management (Protection Infrastructure, Emergency Response, and System Restoration)
  2. Smart Grid Regulation and Standards
  3. Smart Sensors and Advanced Metering Infrastructure
  4. Cyber-Physical Systems Security in Smart Grids
  5. Architecture and Load Balancing in Smart Grids
  6. Energy Management Systems (EMS)

Cluster-3 Smart Trends in Power System

  1. Power and Energy System Applications (Generation, Transmission, Distribution, Markets, Operations, and Planning)
  2. Reliability, Demand Response, and Load Management and Forecasting
  3. Wide-area Metering, Monitoring, Control, and Protection
  4. Economic Models of Energy Efficiency
  5. Virtualization for Reducing Power Consumption
  6. Scheduling and Switching Power Supplies

Invited speakers for RAPSE-VII, 2017

Eminent personalities from industries and academia shared their thought and experience on the conference theme and its relevance for enhancement in the field of power system.

  • Shri Pawan Arora, RAS, Director & Ex-Officio, Joint Secretary, GOR
  • Shri Sumer Singh Gurjar, IAS, Punjab
  • G.R.Singh, Scientist G & Former Advisor, MNRE, New Delhi
  • S.K.Jhajharia, Bhartiya Skill Development University
  • Rohit Bhakar, MNIT, Jaipur
  • Shri K.C.Soni, Ex-AEN, RRECL, Jaipur
  • Anil Kumar, Scientist C, MNRE, New Delhi
  • Brajesh Kumar Sinha, Vice President, 4PEL,Gurgaon
  • Aakash Saxena, SKIT Jaipur
  • Virendra Sangtani, HOD,EE, PCE Jaipur

 Organizing committee of RAPSE-VII, 2017

  Mr. Dhiraj Kr. Singh

Organizing Secretary, RAPSE-VII, 2017

(HOD, Electrical Engineering, VIT Jaipur)

Mr. Parmeshwar Kumawat

Convener, RAPSE-VII, 2017

(HOD, Electrical Engineering, VGU Jaipur)

Ms. Meetu Nag

Co-Convener, RAPSE-VII, 2017

(Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering, VIT Jaipur)

 Mr. Atul Dadhich

Co-Convener, RAPSE-VII, 2017

(Assistant Professor, Electrical Engineering, VGU Jaipur)

Faculty Co-ordinators :

 

  • Satish Jangid                         Asst. Professor
  • Vikash Singh                           Asst. Professor
  • Ajit Singh Rajawat                Asst. Professor
  • Arpit Khandelwal                  Asst. Professor
  • Hemant Srivastava               Asst. Professor
  • Arjun Singh                           Asst. Professor
  • Mohit Jain                             Asst. Professor
  • Govind Rai Goyal                 Asst. Professor
  • Govind Deep Sen                 Asst. Professor
  • Pushpendra Chaturvedi     Asst. Professor
  • Fani Mani                             Asst. Professor
  • Vineet Kumar                       Asst. Professor
  • Arjun Singh                          Asst. Professor
  • Deepak Saini                        Asst. Professor
  • Ishwar Singh                       Asst. Professor
  • Bharti Kushwaha               Asst. Professor
  • Sandeep Jain                      Assoc. Professor
  • Bhojraj Agarwal                 Assoc. Professor
  • J.P. Mishra                            Asst. Professor

The list of publications made during the conference are as follows:

SL No. TITLE OF THE PAPER PAGE NO.
1 Economic Generator Scheduling Using Newton Raphson Method 1-4
Vaseem K. Shaikh, Mohammad Ali Khan
2 Load Frequency Control of Multi Area Hydro Thermal
Power System using 2DOF Controllers
5-9
Mukesh Kumar Saini, Atul Kumar Dadhich
3 Optimal Dispatch of Active and Reactive Power Using Cuckoo Search Method 10-15
Viren M. Pandya, Dr.Hiren D. Mehta
4 A Multi-Objective PSO (MOPSO) Algorithm for Optimal Active Power Dispatch with Pollution Control using Pp Swarm Optimization Techniques 16-21
Govind Deep Sen, Alok Kumar Singh
Optimal Generation of Active Power for Coal Fired Power Plant using Accelerated PSO 22-26
Govind Deep Sen, Jitendra Sharma
5 Performance Study of Recent Swarm Optimization Techniques with Standard Test Functions 27-32
Ansil Sharma, Parmeshwar Kumawat
6 Solution of an ELD Problem with Valve-Point Effect using Artificial Intelligence Techniques 33-39
Ansil Sharma, Govind Rai Goyal
7 Perpetual Motion with Solar and Wind Energy Hybrid System 40-44
Rahul Yadav, Rajesh Saini, Rohit Jaiman, Dharmendra Kumar Bansal
8 Performance Evaluation and Operation of PMUs in Power System 45-50
Lalit Agrawal, Manish Bairwa
9 Advancement by Power Electronics Interfacing with Power System 51-56
Priyanka Agarwal, Govind Rai Goyal
10 Evolution, impacts and sustainability assessment of renewable energy 57-61
Vidyabhushan, Priyanka Singh
11 Aerodynamic Characteristics of a Cooling Fan in a Low-Voltage Electric Motor 62-65
Shiv Prakash Meena, Neeraj Meena
12 Alternative Sources of Energy-Fuel Cells 66-69
      Deepika Mitra, Nivedita Singh
13 Load Frequency Control of Multi Area Hydro Thermal Power System using 2DOF Controllers 70-74
Mukesh Kumar Saini, Atul Kumar Dadhich
14 Internet of Things for Smart Cities 75-82
Shashi Kanwar, Shakti Sourabh, Dhiraj Kumar Singh
15 A Review of Voltage Control Technique of Grid Connected Distributed Generation 83-88
Vikash Singh, Dhiraj Kumar Singh
16 Simple Analysis of Average Monthly Global Solar Radiation in Rajasthan 89-92
Deepak Sharma, Tushti Bhatia, Swati Jain
17 Automatic Power supply control from four different sources: Solar, Mains, Wind and Inverter to ensure no break power 93-95
Mahipal Soni, Ruchi Saini, Mohanlal Mali, Gaurav Srivastava
18 Graphene: A New Generation Smart Material 96-100
Meetu Nag, Divya Sohanya
19 Power Flow Improvement & Loss Reduction of Test System By FACTS Integration 101-105

RAPSE-2016 : 6th National Conference on Recent Advancements in Power System Engineering

The Department of Electrical Engineering has organized a two day national conference on “RECENT ADVANCEMENTS IN POWER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING” on 21st  & 22nd  Oct. 2016. The call for papers has got an overwhelming response from all over India. We have received nearly 110 papers for the presentation in the conference. After judiciary reviewing all the papers total 45 technical papers are selected for presentation in three technical sessions. Five invited talks including the keynote address is also included from the eminent personalities working in the field of the theme of the conference. The conference was technically sponsored by Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Govt. of India, New Delhi.

The themes of the conference were:

  1. Power system planning and reliability
  2. Smart Grid: Design and Engineering
  3. Power system stability and control
  4. Power quality issues
  5. Renewable energy integration

Chief Guest for the conference Prof R.A.Gupta, MNIT Jaipur had addressed the participants and motivated them.

It was a matter of great pleasure to have Guest of Honour, Mr. Sediqullah Sahar, Education Attache, Embassy of the Republic of Afghanistan and Prof Dr. Dinesh Birla, from RTU kota.

Prof. Dinesh Birlafrom RTU Kota, Dr. Dinesh Kumar Yadav  from RTU Kota, Dr. Rajesh Choudhary from MNIT Jaipur, Prof. Rohit Bakhar from MNIT Jaipur, Dr. Akash Saxena from SKIT Jaipur and Prof. S.K.Jhajharia were the eminent invited  speakers in the conference.

RAPSE-2016 : 5th National Conference on Recent Advancements in Power System Engineering

The Department of Electrical Engineering has organized a two day national conference on “RECENT ADVANCEMENTS IN POWER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING” on 18th & 19th March, 2016. The call for papers has got an overwhelming response from all over India. We have received nearly 110 papers for the presentation in the conference. After judiciary reviewing all the papers total 45 technical papers are selected for presentation in three technical sessions. Five invited talks including the keynote address is also included from the eminent personalities working in the field of the theme of the conference. The conference was technically sponsored by Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Govt. of India, New Delhi.

The themes of the conference were:

  1. Power system planning and reliability
  2. Smart Grid: Design and Engineering
  3. Power system stability and control
  4. Power quality issues
  5. Renewable energy integration

Chief Guest for the conference Prof R.A.Gupta, MNIT Jaipur had addressed the participants and motivated them.

It was a matter of great pleasure to have Guest of Honour, Mr. Sediqullah Sahar, Education Attache, Embassy of the Republic of Afghanistan and Prof Dr. Dinesh Birla, from RTU kota.

Prof. Dinesh Birlafrom RTU Kota, Dr. Dinesh Kumar Yadav  from RTU Kota, Dr. Rajesh Choudhary from MNIT Jaipur, Prof. Rohit Bakhar from MNIT Jaipur, Dr. Akash Saxena from SKIT Jaipur and Prof. S.K.Jhajharia were the eminent invited  speakers in the conference.

The details of the Technical Session are as follows:

Sl. No. Paper Title Author/Co Author Time
KeyNote Adress By Prof. M.L Kothari Prof. M.L Kothari 12:00
1 Power Quality in Microgrids Using Power Conditioner Devices Chandra Shekhar Purohit, Ayushi Mangal 1:00
2 FACTS: A Powerful Tool for Operation & Control of Electric Power System Amar Saxena 1:10
3 A review of Li-Fi Technology Anamika Manohar, Ashish Meena 1:20
4 Review Paper on Improved the Efficiency of Solar Power Generation Atul Patni,Dinesh Singh Rajporhit, Udit Mamodiya 1:30
5 Wireless Local Area Networks Abhishek meena, Akshay jain, Ankit carpente, Bhawani Singh Awana 1:40
6 A Review of Voltage Control Technique of Grid Connected Distributed Generation Arati Yadav 1:50
7 Model order reduction using evolutionary Algorithms and design of controller Pawan Kumar,Shiv Narayan 2:00
LUNCH
KeyNote Adress By Dr. Rajesh Kumar Dr. Rajesh Kumar 2:45
8 POWER SYSTEM WITH ARTIFICIAL NEURAL NETWORK Mr. Deepak Tripathi 3:30
9 Wind Power Plant Using Maglev Turbine Prashansa Jhakar,Monika Yadav,Rahul Swami, Divyanshi Dwivedi 3:40
10 Study Of Maximum Power Point Tracking (MPPT) Techniques In A Solar Photovoltaic Array Sawai Jakhar, Manish Kumar 3:50
11 Speed Control of BLDC Motor Using PI, Fuzzy and Hybrid Fuzzy PI Controller Mr. Vimal Kumar Nigam, Mr. Rajnikant Latta 4:00
KeyNote Adress By Mr. Aakash Saxena Mr. Aakash Saxena 9:00
12 A Study on -The Sixth Sense Technology and Its Various Security Threats Aprajita, Somali Das, Vijayalaxmi Pareek 10:00
13 Implementation issues of WAN – Wide Area Network Komal Parashar,Manish Sharma,Dinesh Dhawan,Budhiprakash Saini 10:10
14 Solar cell: Emerging technologies Vishakha Baharwani, Suhani Jain 10:20
15 LOAD FREQUENCY CONTROL: WHY & WHEN SUDARSHAN SANGHI 10:30
16 SOLAR SAIL Shourya Mathur,Divyanshi Dwivedi 10:40
17 Power Loss Minimization & Voltage Regulation Improvement: A Practical Approach Dr. M.R. Farooqi, Mr. Kuldeep Saini, Sahid Raja Khan, Neeraj Kumar 10:50
18 A review on Wide Area Measurement System Gulshan Sharma, Hemant Kumar, Hitesh Sharma, Kaptan Singh 11:00
19 Magnetic Levitation Ajay Soni1, Abhinav Suwalka2, Ajay Sen3, Ajay Patidar4 11:10
20 A Review of Voltage Control Technique of Grid Connected Distributed Generation Arati Yadav, Dhiraj Kumar Singh 11:20
21 Model order reduction using evolutionaryAlgorithms and design of controller Pawan Kumar, Shiv Narayan 11:30
22 Distributed Generation System Piyush Chandra Prakash , Sarfaraz Nawaz 11:40
23 Power Quality in Microgrids Using Power Conditioner Devices Chandra Shekhar Purohit, Ayushi Mangal 11:50
24 Techniques of Power Factor Correction Deepak Saini1, Deepesh Saini2, Jitendra Godara3, Atul Vaibhav4 12:00
25 Internet of Things for Smart Cities 1Shashi Kanwar, 2Shakti Sourabh, 3Dhiraj Kumar Singh 12:10

RAPSE-2015 : 4th National Conference on Recent Advancements in Power System Engineering

The Department of Electrical Engineering has organized a two day national conference on “RECENT ADVANCEMENTS IN POWER SYSTEMS ENGINEERING” on 20 & 21st March 2015. The call for papers has got an overwhelming response from all over India. We have received nearly 100 papers for the presentation in the conference. After judiciary reviewing all the papers total 35 technical papers are selected for presentation in three technical sessions. Five invited talks including the keynote address is also included from the eminent personalities working in the field of the theme of the conference. The conference is also collaborated with the International Journal of Innovations in Engineering and Technology (IJIET) and 20 of the selected best papers will be published in the journal. The conference is sponsored by Indian Society of Technical Education (ISTE), Indian Society of Lighting Engineers (ISLE). The Ampere project exhibition was also conducted on the 2nd day of the conference.

The conference was scheduled for two days; the conference was started by the Inaugural function on 20-03-2015 during 10:00 AM to 12:15 PM.

The chief guest of the conference was Prof S C Agarwal, Ex Director, MNIT Jaipur and Prof B N Dev, Senior Professor, Department of Materials Science, Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science was the Guest of Honor.

The inaugural function is started by welcoming the delegates followed by the Key note address by the chief guest Prof S C Agarwal on Power quality monitoring, assessment and mitigations.

The themes of the conference were:

  1. Power system planning and reliability
  2. Smart Grid: Design and Engineering
  3. Power system stability and control
  4. Power quality issues
  5. State estimation and security
  6. AI applications to the power systems
  7. Configurable and Modular Power Electronics
  8. Micro Grid: Modelling and simulation
  9. Real Time operation and control of power systems
  10. Energy regulation and electricity markets
  11. Deregulation and Pricing
  12. Hybrid energy systems
  13. Solar PV energy systems
  14. Renewable energy integration
  15. Wind energy conservation systems
  16. Hydrogen fuel cells.

The objective for including large number of themes is to encompass all the issues related to power system right from planning, installation to operation and control. The last few themes related to renewable energy is increasingly important in the context of modern power system due to rapidly depleting conventional sources.

After completion of the inaugural function and the high tea the Technical session-I was conducted. The session-I was chaired by Prof (Dr.) Sharwan Kumar Jhajharia, HOD, EE Department, Manipal University, Jaipur. In total 13 papers were presented in the technical session-I. The details of the technical papers of session-I is as follows:

 

PAPER ID TITLE OF THE PAPER NAME OF THE AUTHORS
4101 25kv AC Railway Lines System on The Existing 3 KV DC Railway System In A Traction Supply System Ayush Kumar Gupta
4102 A Review on Placement of DG & Capacitor in Distribution System for Loss Reduction by Optimization Technique Renu,Aakanksha kumawat ,Pushpendra Singh
4103 Survey Analysis, Scope and Application of Biomass
Energy in India
Sanjay Singh Paral
4104 Wind Power Generation in India: Evolution, Trends and Prospects Durgesh Kumar Singh, Bharat Kishor Jabar, Chetan Upadhyay
4105 Concept of Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) And Smart Meters For Power Grid Bharti Gupta , Anusha Mishra , Arti mahawar
4106 Recent innovation in Power Generation Devendra Dhakar
4107 Advancement of Renewable Energy in Power System Hitesh Gupta, Chetan Saini, Chetan Sharma
4108 Speed Measurement of a General DC Brushed Motor Based on Sensor less Method Ashwani Gautam Ankit Jangid Arpit Maliwal
4109 Fixed Bed Nuclear Reactor for electricity and desalanation needs Arpit Maliwal
4110 A  review of smart grid technology & its features Ashish Pareek
4111 Design of hybrid electric vehicle Ankit Kr. Goyal,Chenaram
4112 Integrated energy system Arpit Soni, Harish Kr. Goyal
4113 A STATCOM-Control Scheme For Grid Connected Wind Energy System For Power Quality Improvements Deepak Kumar kalawania

The Technical session-I was followed by the lunch break with all the dignitaries, participants and the faculty. After resuming from the lunch break Technical Session-II started with an invited talk by Prof G D Sharma, Director R & C, JEC Group of Colleges, Jaipur on the topic of Synthesis and Fabrication of the Organic Solar Cells. The first day was concluded with the paper presentation by the participants. In total 10 papers were presented in the technical session –II. The Session was Chaired by Mr. Akash Saxena, HOD, EE Dept, SKIT, Jaipur. The details of the technical session-II are as follows:

PAPER ID TITLE OF THE PAPER NAME OF THE AUTHORS
4201 Recent innovation in Power Generation Devendra Dhakar
4202 Microgrid Technology: The Future of Modern Power System Purva Sharma, Ankush Tandon, Sarfaraz Nawaz
4203 Wireless Power Theft Monitoring System Ritesh Goyal, Rohit Chaudhary, Rajni Soni, Satendra Singh Chauhan
4204 Recent innovation in Power Generation Shubham Ajmera & Vivek Andolia, Dharmendra Kumar Bansal
4205 A Review on Integration of Virtual Instrumentation with Power System Application Devendra Rawat  Amit Kukker
4206 Advancement of Renewable Energy in Power System Hitesh Gupta, Chetan Saini, Chetan Sharma
4207 Losses In Distribution Systems Akshay Bhargav
4208 Speed Measurement Of A General DC Brushed Motor Based On Sensor Less Method Ashwani Gautam Ankit Jangid Arpit Maliwal
4209 Development of Smart Grid in India: Background Challenges and Progress Mayank Gupta, Pankaj, Manmeet Singh
4210 Electric Network Analysis And Tracing of Power System Manish Agrawal

 

The second day of the conference was started with invited talk by Dr. Rajesh kumar, Associate Professor. MNIT, Jaipur. He had elaborated the concept of the smart grid technology and their future in his talk. His talk was followed by presentation of Prof. Darmora, Principal VIT, Jaipur on Conversion of Biomass into Alternate engine fuels. The technical session-III was organized in parallel with the presentation. The session was chaired by Mr. Sanjeev Kumar, HOD, EC, VIT, Jaipur. In the technical Session-III total 12 papers were presented by the participants. The details of the technical papers for the session are as follows:

 

 

 

PAPER ID TITLE OF THE PAPER NAME OF THE AUTHORS
4301 Research and Development in Solar PV Potentiality Using LiDAR Technology Mr. Radhey Shyam Meena,Mr. Jeetendra S Rathore, Mr. Manish Agarwal
4302 Energy Efficiency-Generation, Transmission And Distribution Lokender Singh Manohar,Sagar Choudhary,Atul Sharma
4303 Analysis Of Tranmission Line With Facts Devices Mayengbam Sashilal Singh, Umesh Kumar Sharma, Narendra Gothwal
4304 Gas Insulated Substation (GIS) : Applciation For Power Substation  Reliabilty And Efficiency Amit Kukker, Devendra Rawat
4305 Space based power station Sunman Devi
4306 Power System Small Signal Stability Enhancement through PSS Designing Using Genetic Algorithm Bhanu Pratap Soni, Akash Saxena, S.A. Siddiqui, Vikas Gupta
4307 Analysis of Voltage Sag & Swell Using Fuzzy Logic Mr. Rohit Soni, Kaushal , Khushboo Balani, Nitin Kedia
4308 Energy Management in an Automated Solar Powered Irrigation System Desh Ram Meena
4309 Renewable Energy Resources in India: A Geographical Classifications Mr. Devendra Mittal, Nandkishore Sain, Mr. Rohit Soni, Khushboo Balani
4310 Future Energy Challenges Prof (Dr.) Sharwan Kumar Jhajharia
4311 Methods for transmission line fault location Pawan Kumar
4312 Wireless Power transmission Arvind Singh rathore, Bajrang, Devesh

In the noon session Mr. B N Saini, Ex-Director RVPNL has given a technical presentation on voltage profile improvement in Transmission and Distribution and the problems associated with high voltages. This is followed by the high tea for dignitaries, participants and faculties.

The Project exhibition AMPERE-2015 was also organized by the department on 21-03-2015 at 12:30 AM in the Exhibition Hall of VGU. It was inaugurated by Mr. B N Saini, Ex-Director RVPNL who also acted as the judge for the event. More than 35 projects were received from various institutes, and after reviewing 20 projects were selected for the final presentation during the event. The list of the projects selected for presentation is as follows:

S. No PROJECT  NAME NAME OF THE PARTCIPANTS
1 Bank Security System / Renewable Sources Of Energy Rahul Khandelwal Rahul Sharma
2 Wireless Electricity Transmission Suraj Kumar
3 Hydraulic Robotic Arm Shrusti Meena
4 Battery Saver For Automobiles Neeraj Choudhary
5 Gsm Based Home Security Piyush Kumar
6 Sturling Engine Pankaj Kumar
7 Electricity Theft Protection Yuvraj Tyagi
8 Security Code System Jay Agarwal
9 Go Down Wiring Project Komal Parashar
10 Power Generation Through Vertical Axis Wind Turbine Vinayak Mathur
11 Automatic Luggage Carrier For Handicapped Shivanshu
12 Power Generation By Speed Breaker Sunil Bidiyasar
13 Inverter Shubham Vijayvargiya
14 Home Security System Shivam Soni
15 Wireless Notice Board Saurabh Gupta
16 Alternate Energy Resources Akshay Jain
17 Bluetooth Switching Device Rahul Sharma
18 Speed Of A.C Motor Control Using Mobile Phone  Ashish Sharma
19 Speed Control Of One Phase Induction Motor Mukesh Kumar Jhakar
20 Power Factor Improvement Saurabh Patidar

The judge found all the projects have innovative ideas and implementation. However after carefully examining all the projects the following were found to be the best among them.

 

S. No Name of the Project Participant Names Position Secured
1 Bank Security System / Renewable Sources Of Energy Rahul Khandelwal and Rahul Sharma 1st
2 Wireless Electricity Transmission Suraj Kumar 2nd
3 Hydraulic Robotic Arm Shrusti Meena 3rd
4 Battery Saver For Automobiles Neeraj Choudhary 4th
5 GSM Based Home Security Piyush Kumar 5th
6 Sturling Engine Pankaj Kumar 6th

 

The cash prizes were given for the best projects, the first, second and third prize winner were given Rs 2000, Rs 1500 and Rs 1000 respectively. The consolation prize of Rs 500 was given to the fourth, fifth and sixth prize winner.

The two day conference was concluded with the valedictory function and department day celebration at 2:30 PM in the VGU seminar Hall. The documentary pertaining to the achievements of the department in the last year was shown along with the road map of the department for the next session.

RAPSE-2014 : 3rd National Conference on Recent Advancements in Power System Engineering

Department of Electrical Engineering, VIT Campus, Jaipur organized a National Conference on Recent Advancements in Power System Engineering (RAPSE-III, 2014) on 22 and 23 February 2014 in the VIT Campus Auditorium for the third year in succession to the ones conducted in the previous years 2012 and 2013.

Eminent Academicians, Faculty members and students from reputed engineering colleges and universities from different parts of the country and representatives from industries and governmental organizations attended the conference. This year, the conference was sponsored by AICTE, New Delhi.

Out of the 150 abstracts received from various institutions/organizations across the country, 85 abstracts were accepted for submission of full paper and 67 full papers were selected for presentation at the Conference. Forty papers were presented by delegates from various participating institutions in the four technical sessions, covering two major categories titled “Power System” and “Renewable Energy” held over the two days.

The conference was inaugurated by the Chief Guest at the inaugural function, Prof. (Dr.) A.K. Jain, Managing Director, Rajasthan Electronics and Instrumentation Ltd., at 9.30 am on 22nd February 2014.

Dr. Rahul Varma, Chief Scientist, CEERI, Pilani and Prof. (Dr.) Rajendra Prasad, IIT, Roorkee were the Guests of Honor at the function. The following dignitaries were also present in the inaugural function:
 Dr K R Bagaria, RPSE MEMBER
 Dr. Raisinghani, Vice Chairperson, VIT Campus
 Dr. Y.K. Vijay President Vivekananda Global University
 Shree. Anoop Singh Poonia, Pro VC, VGU
 Dr. S. S. Dhinsa, Dean (Research)
 Shree Praveen, Secretary, VIT Campus
 Smt Reshma Choudhary, Registrar, VIT Campus
 Prof. (Dr.) D.P. Darmora, Principal, VIT
 Prof(Dr.) Baldev Singh, Principal, VIT (East)
 Shree. Parmeshwar Kumawat, HOD/EE,VIT
 Mrs. Jyotsana Singh, HOD/EE, VIT (East)

In his introductory speech about the Conference, Mr. Parmeshwar Kumawat, HOD, Department of Electrical Engineering, VIT, said that our country is continuously striving with electrical energy crisis because of increase in industrial, commercial and residential demand more than increase in electrical power production from different types of power plants.

In his welcome address, Dr. Raisinghani, Vice Chairperson, VIT Campus, gave a brief introduction about the Chief Guest, Dr. A.K. Jain, Managing Director, REIL. He said that Shri A.K. Jain is the Managing Director, Rajasthan Electronics & Instruments Limited from 1st March, 2011 and that under his leadership the Company has spread its business across the country by deploying more than 2 Lac SPV solutions covering more than 30 states, 1.5 Lac villages, benefiting more than 50 Lac citizens. That includes a large Mega-Watt size Solar Power Plants (5 MW) in thar desert and largest off-grid roof top 10 MW Solar Photovoltaic Power packs, at over 9400 locations, at Bharat Nirman Rajiv Gandhi Seva Kendra (BNRGSK) under Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM) in the state of Rajasthan in an area of 342,239 km².

He described him as a hard core technology professional having 31 years of experience – a well known technocrat for its passion on converting a common man into a knowledge person at this Global Village.
The Chief Guest, Dr. A.K. Jain, Managing Director, REIL, in his inaugural address, lauded the Management and the Department of Electrical Engineering of VIT Campus for organizing such a conference for the third time in succession. He also stressed the need for increase in power generation in India using renewable energy sources such as wind and solar energy to meet the demand, which would result in a simultaneous increase in our per capita energy consumption on par with the developed countries like USA and UK.

The inaugural address was followed by the unveiling of the Conference Souvenir. After this, a documentary film highlighting the developments in VIT Campus, activities and accomplishments of Department of Electrical Engineering, was screened.

The inaugural function of the Conference was soon followed by the inauguration of the Vivekananda Electrical Engineering Association (VEEA) Club Project Exhibition. Sixty-Four innovative projects done by the students of Electrical Engineering, VIT Campus, were displayed in the Project Exhibition. The Chief Guest, Dr. A.K. Jain, Managing Director, REIL, the Guests of Honor, Prof. (Dr.) Rajendra Prasad, IIT, Roorkee, and Dr. Rahul Varma, Chief Scientist, CEERI, Pilani witnessed the live demo of the projects displayed at the exhibition.

TECHNICAL SESSION

The first technical session was conducted on 22nd February 2014 from 12.15 pm to 2.15 pm. The session was chaired by Dr. Rahul Varma, Chief Scientist, CEERI, Pilani. He is the Head of Power Electronics Group for last 23 years. and has 36 years of Research and Development Experience in Power Electronics with specialization in motor drives, position control systems, High voltage power supplies and High voltage pulse generators. He has completed 24 projects for strategic, industrial and societal applications and has published 20 papers in International and national journals.

RAPSE-2013 : 2nd National Conference on Recent Advancements in Power System Engineering

Electrical Engineering departments of VIT Jaipur organized a two day National conference on ‘Recent Advancements In Power System Engineering ’ (RAPSE -2013) on 21,22 March 2013 at Vivekananda Institute of Technology.

The conference was inaugurated by Prof. Y.K. Raizada (Ex. Director Technical RVPNL). In his inaugural speech he shares his valuable thoughts and experience with the students.
During his inaugural address he share his knowledge related to “Growth of Electricity in Indian Scenario”. He discuss that the Power Sector has been getting 18-20% of the total Public Sector outlay in initial plan periods. Remarkable growth and progress have led to extensive use of electricity in all the sectors of economy in the successive five years plans. Developing a strategy for growth of electricity generation based on a careful examination of all issues related to sustainability particularly abundance of available energy resources, diversity of sources of energy supply and technologies, security of supplies and self-sufficiency.

It is observed that in order to limit cumulative energy import during the next 50 years to about 30%, the nuclear contribution towards electricity
generation has to increase from the present 3% to about a quarter of the total. For the nuclear power to play this role, the programme of the Department of Atomic Energy to augment nuclear installed capacity to 20 GWe by 2020 based on a mix of Pressurized Heavy Water Reactors (PHWRs), Light Water Reactors (LWRs) and Fast Breeder Reactors (FBRs) should be completed and the R&D necessary to set up U–Pu metal-based FBRs of short doubling time and associated fuel reprocessing technologies should also be completed in the next 15 years
He also discuss about future aspects of smart grid and electrical embedded system. He asked the participants to actively involve themselves in research activities related to fields of Power System, Stability Analysis, as these are the latest fields of research activities in the field of Electrical Engineering.
The inaugural session was followed by Our guest of honor Prof R.A. Gupta. He enlighten us with his knowledge in the power system, Power electronic, semiconductor devices and various application in this field.

Keynote Speaker and guest of honor prof (Dr.) Sudhir Calla discussed about the super critical conditions generated in transmission and distribution and different ways to overcome such situations and practical significance and the super critical condition and critical condition.

Key note speaker Dr. Rohit bhakar, Assistant Professor in MNIT Jaipur shared his knowledge related to regulation in power system. He defined basic concept related to regulation and it`s requirement in power sector.

Prof. (Dr.) K.R. Niyazi, HOD Department of Electrical Engineering, MNIT give the Keynote on topic “Power system operation and control”. He mentioned about developments that took place in the field of Electrical in last three decades and current areas of research. He discuss current problem of power sector defining the most important cause of the problems being faced in the power sector is the irrational and unremunerative tariff structure. Although the tariff is fixed and realized by SEBs, the State Governments have constantly interfered in tariff setting without subsidizing SEBs for the losses arising out of State.

Governments desire to provide power at concessional rates to certain sectors, especially agriculture. Power Supply to agriculture and domestic consumers is heavily subsidized. Only a part of this subsidy is recovered by SEBs through cross subsidization of tariff from commercial and industrial consumers. The SEBs, in the process, have been incurring
heavy losses. If the SEBs were to continue to operate on the same lines, their internal resources generation during the next ten years will be negative, being of the order of Rs.(-) 77,000 crore. This raises serious doubts about the ability of the States to contribute their share to capacity addition during the Ninth Plan and thereafter. This highlights the importance of initiating power sector reforms at the earliest and the need for tariff rationalization.
Ampere Exhibition was also scheduled on 21st march 2013 , which consist of two parts
 Flex Presentation
 Hand making Charts
There were total 31 group who whole heartedly participated in this exhibition.

There were three technical session. The first technical sessions were planned on Day 1(21st march 2013) were devoted to papers performance of power systems and it`s applications in various fields. The next two sessions were planned on Day 2 (22nd March 2013) & devoted to transmission and distribution, renewable energy sources and other miscellaneous topic related to power sector field.
In our conference total 100+ papers were received, out of which 64 abstract were selected for souvenir. And total 52 papers were presented.

RAPSE-2012 : 1st National Conference on Recent Advancements in Power System Engineering

RAPSE- 2012

Electrical energy is a vital ingredient for the industrial and all round development of any country. The per capita consumption of electrical energy is a reliable indicator of a country’s state of development. Power scenario has changed from 1947 to 2012 and India has witnessed major changes in national Power grid during this period. The seminar will highlight the chronological development of power sector in India; current grid issues and will also discuss the challenges for the power system in India. Following are the main technologies, issues and discourses for this conference:

  • Renewable Energy in India: Status and Future prospects.
  • Development of Smart Grid: Scope and Future.
  • Role of integration of Power Grids.
  • Viability of a National HVDC Transmission Ring in India.
  • Power System Dynamics, Stability and Control.
  • Power Quality and Demand side management.
  • Energy management policy and decision making.
  • Power system modeling, simulation and analysis
  • State estimation and security analysis, Reliability analysis
  • Modeling uncertainties and contingencies
  • Computer applications in power systems, Soft computing applications in power systems
  • Power system communication, Instrumentation

The objective of the RAPSE is to provide a forum for presentation of latest development, ideas and their applications to practice of electric power and energy system engineering. Another major goal is to provide scientific and professional interactions for the advancement of the electric energy field in the Indian region.

CALL FOR PAPERS

It is proposed to have several technical papers, key note addresses by eminent professors, experienced engineers and faculty members in this Seminar. Abstracts and full length papers are invited from all concerned by 30th January, 2012. Acceptance of abstracts will be communicated by 27th January, 2012. Full length papers will be accepted till 30th January, 2012.Contributers may send their papers along with the registration charges addressed to the convener RAPSE-2012.

Full length papers are required to be prepared on IEEE format and a soft copy must be mailed to rapsevitjpr@gmail.com. The drawings and diagram shall be drawn on Computer or tracing paper in black Indian ink. The contributors of papers are requested to arrange their papers in CD saved in MS-Word.

REGISTRATION

Registration of delegates should be made in advance by remitting the registration fee as indicated below along with duly filled in Registration form.

                     Delegates Registration fees
Sponsored delegate from Govt./ Semi govt. Department/Private Organization /Non-corporate member (individual)  

1000/-

Industrial Delegates 500/-
Members of I.E.(I)/other institutions, Non members from Educational Institution individual)Author representing paper/Research scholars/Technician/ Student Members  

200/-

Note: 1. Registration fee includes delegate kit, copy of souvenir, tea coffee and lunch during the seminar. Accommodation can be managed as per the requirement of the delegate on chargeable basis.

  1. Non Registered candidates may also attend the Seminar.
  2. Demand Draft for registration fee is to be made in favor of “Vivekananda Institute of Technology” payable at Jaipur and should reach by 30th January 2011, however on the spot registration will be charged Rs 100/- extra.

NATIONAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE

Dr. S.N. joshi Advisor CEERI-Pilani
Prof. U. M. Rao BITS Pilani, Hyderabad
Prof. Rahul Verma Scientist, Sr. Deputy Director
Pro. V.K. Dubey CEERI Pilani
Dr. V.K. Chauby CEERI Pilani
Prof. C.M. Arora MNIT, Jaipur
Prof. R.A. Gupta MNIT, Jaipur
Prof.(Dr.)K.R.Niyazi MNIT, Jaipur
Dr. Annapurna Bhargava University college of Engineering, Kota
Dr. S.K. Kalla Principal SKIT, Jaipur
Dr.Vikas Gupta Associate Prof. MNIT
Dr.Rohit Bhakar Assistant Prof. MNIT
Er. Gaurv Bagaria Director, VIT CAMPUS
Prof. (Dr.) D.P. Darmora Principal  VIT, Jaipur
Prof. (Dr.) S. S. Dhindsa, Principal, VIT (East)
Mr. Praveen Choudhary, Secretary VIT Campus
Mrs. G.R. Choudhary Registrar VIT Campus
Prof. Y.C.Sharma Vice Principal, VIT (East), Jaipur
Prof. Dr. Baldev Singh HOD, CS/IT Dept., VIT
Mr. Sanjeev Kumar HOD, EC Dept., VIT

 

INVITED SPEAKERS

Mrs. Annapurna Bhargava, HOD, Engg. College, Kota

Prof.(Dr.)K.R.Niyazi, MNIT,Jaipur

Mr.B.L.Saini Director Operations RRVPNL

Dr.Rohit Bhakar, Assistant Prof. MNIIT

Dr. S.K. Kalla, Ex. Chairman of RVUPNL

Prof. S.K. Gupta, Retd. Chief Engineer

ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Ms. Indra Meena, Lecturer, EE-VIT

Mr. Kartik Vyas, Lecturer, EE-VIT

Ms. Richa Kaul, Lecturer, EE-VIT

Mr. Anurag Verma, Lecturer, EE-VIT

Mr. Nitin Sharma, Lecturer, EE-VIT

Mr. Jatinder Singh Kamboj, Lecturer, EE-VIT

Ms. Vishakha, Lecturer, EE-VIT

Mr. Bhojraj Agarwal, Lecturer, EC-VIT-E

Dr. Shilpi Saxena, Reader, Maths(VIT)

Mr. R. K. Khurana, Reader & HOD, ME(VIT)

Mr. Lalit Sharma, Sr. Lecturer & HOD, 1st Year(VIT)

Mr. R. K. Gupta, Reader & HOD, Physics(VIT)

Dr. Mala Mathur, Reader & HOD, Chemistry(VIT)

Dr. Manish Sharma, Sr. Lecturer, Physics(VIT)

Dr. Sarita Choudhary, Lecturer Chemistry(VIT)

Mr. Saqub Umar, Counselor, Soft Skills(VIT)

 

 STUDENT ORGANIZING COMMITTEE

Ms. Riya Sharma, Final Year, VIT-EE

Mr. Abhimanyu Singh, Final Year, VIT-EE

Mr. Ankur Modi, Final Year, VIT-EE

Mr. Mahendra Kumawat, Final Year, VIT-EE

Mr. Goswami Kalpesh, Final Year, VIT-EE

Mr. Ashish Kumar Verma, Final Year, VIT-EE

Mr. Chetan Sharma, Final Year, VIT-EE

Ms. Shivani Ruhela, 2nd Year, VIT-EE

Mr. Tushar Tripathi, 2nd Year, VIT-EE

Mr. Mitesh Goyal, 2nd Year, VIT-EE

Mr. Bilal Ahmad, 2nd Year, VIT-EE

CONTACT PERSONS                                            

Mr. Akash Saxena

Convener

Associate Prof.& HOD-EE,VIT

Contact No. +91-9672424999

Email:  rapsevitjpr@gmail.com

Mr. Parmeshwar

Co- Convener

PRO. HOD-EE,VIT

Contact No. +91-9413149990

Email:  rapsevitjpr@gmail.com

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V-Impact 2017: National conference on 'Innovations in Micro-Electronics, Signal Processing and Communication Technologies'

VGU & VIT CAMPUS consisting of Vivekananda institute of Technology, Vivekananda Institute of Technology (East) & Vivekananda Global University at NRI Road, Sisyawas, Jagatpura Jaipur-303012 (Rajasthan) organized National conference on ‘Innovations in Micro-Electronics, Signal Processing and Communication Technologies’ titled as “V-IMPACT 2017” on 6th (Friday) & 7th (Saturday) Oct. 2017.This conference was 7th in succession to conferences held in years 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, Feb 2016 and Oct 2016 .   The aim of the conference was to review the recent advancement in understanding the science and technology, facilitate exchange of new ideas and explore emerging directions both in basic sciences and technological applications of Electronics, Signal Processing, and Communication Technologies.

The welcome speech was given by Prof (Dr) M Raisinghani (Vice Chairperson VGU& VIT Campus). He introduced the conference in a very innovative manner and straight away by relating today’s “Nano” technology to “Nani” Technology. He mentioned that studying of subjects one branch is not enough as an effective engineer need interdisciplinary knowledge of all branches in the institute. He concluded his speech by appreciating the efforts of the staff members and the core team for organizing such a big event in the campus.

The Conference was inaugurated by the chief guest Prof (Dr) R.P Yadav (Ex-VC, RTU Kota) , who is a one of the pioneer in the field of engineering. In his talk with the students, he gave example of many innovative things and asked them to focus on the new ideas and innovations in fields of optics which happen around them in day to day life.

The guest of honor for this function was Prof (Dr) Y K Vijay (President, VGU). He shared some of his student life experiences with the participants & briefly gave an outlook about recent trends in electronics. He also gave presentation on new topic on the Vibrations.

Er. Onkar Bagaria, CEO of VGU & VIT campus talked about role of an Electronics Engineering in day to day life. He also discussed about downgrading of field of Electronics now a day and asked the suggestion to improve & uplift the Electronics & Communication Engineering.

After that Prof. Sanjiv Kumar (Head of the Department, ECE VIT) gave an introduction to V-Impact 2017 and its history to all the students & dignitaries. He introduced the conference to everyone in a very effective manner and tried to clear the concepts of the students that how innovation is different from inventions. In his speech he mentioned that Innovation, Kaizen and Benchmarking lead to Quality Education when stated in relation to the field of Education. Quality Education means an education which is able to meet stated and implied needs of stakeholders.

V-Impact -II, 2016 : National conference on 'Innovations in Micro-Electronics, Signal Processing and Communication Technologies'

Vivekananda Group of Institutions (VGI) consisting of Vivekananda institute of Technology, Vivekananda Institute of Technology (East) & Vivekananda Global University at VGI Campus, NRI Road, Sisyawas, Jagatpura Jaipur-303012 (Rajasthan) organized National conference on ‘Innovations in Micro-Electronics, Signal Processing and Communication Technologies’ titled as “V-IMPACT 2016_2” on 14th (Friday) & 15th (Saturday) oct 2016.This conference was Sixth in succession to conferences held in years 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and FEB 2016 .   The aim of the conference was to review the recent advancement in understanding the science and technology, facilitate exchange of new ideas and explore emerging directions both in basic sciences and technological applications of Electronics, Signal Processing, and Communication Technologies.

The welcome speech was given by Prof (Dr) M Raisinghani (Vice Chairperson VGU). He introduced the conference in a very innovative manner and straight away by relating today’s “Nano” technology to “Nani” Technology. He mentioned that studying of subjects one branch is not enough as an effective engineer need interdisciplinary knowledge of all branches in the institute. He concluded his speech by appreciating the efforts of the staff members and the core team for organizing such a big event in the campus.

The Conference was inaugurated by the chief guest Prof (Dr) Sandeep Sacheti, president Manipal University, J            aipur, who is a one of the pioneer in the field of engineering. In his talk with the students, he gave example of many innovative things and asked them to focus on the new ideas and innovations in fields of optics which happen around them in day to day life.

The guest of honor for this function was Prof (Dr) Manish Tiwari, ProfessorManipal University, Jaipur. He shared some of his student life experiences with the participants & briefly gave an outlook about recent trends in electronics. He also gave presentation on new topic on the Power Management of the Devices like mobile and laptops to work efficiently.

Mr. O.P Rajpurhit, Technical Director, Doordarshan Kendra, Jaipur also shared dais as other Guest of Honor. He also delivered key note address  on Basic numbers used in science and discussed with the students that how the properties of the matter could be changed in order to get a good total internal reflection.

After that Prof. Sanjiv Kumar (Head of the Department, ECE VIT) gave an introduction to V-Impact 2016_2 and its history to all the students & dignitaries. He introduced the conference to everyone in a very effective manner and tried to clear the concepts of the students that how innovation is different from inventions. In his speech he mentioned that Innovation, Kaizen and Benchmarking lead to Quality Education when stated in relation to the field of Education. Quality Education means an education which is able to meet stated and implied needs of stakeholders.

V-Impact 2016: National conference on 'Innovations in Micro-Electronics, Signal Processing and Communication Technologies'

Vivekananda Group of Institutions (VGI) consisting of Vivekananda institute of Technology, Vivekananda Institute of Technology (East) & Vivekananda Global University at VGI Campus, NRI Road, Sisyawas, Jagatpura Jaipur-303012 (Rajasthan) organized National conference on ‘Innovations in Micro-Electronics, Signal Processing and Communication Technologies’ titled as “V-IMPACT 2016” on 26th (Friday) & 27th (Saturday) Feb 2016.This conference was fifth in succession to conferences held in years 2012, 2013, 2014 and 2015.   The aim of the conference was to review the recent advancement in understanding the science and technology, facilitate exchange of new ideas and explore emerging directions both in basic sciences and technological applications of Electronics, Signal Processing, and Communication Technologies.

The welcome speech was given by Prof (Dr) M Raisinghani (Vice Chairperson VGU). He introduced the conference in a very innovative manner and straight away by relating today’s “Nano” technology to “Nani” Technology. He mentioned that studying of subjects one branch is not enough as an effective engineer need interdisciplinary knowledge of all branches in the institute. He concluded his speech by appreciating the efforts of the staff members and the core team for organizing such a big event in the campus.

The Conference was inaugurated by the chief guest Prof (Dr) V.S Rao, Director BITS Campus Hyderabad, who is a one of the pioneer in the field of engineering. In his talk with the students, he gave example of many innovative things and asked them to focus on the new ideas and innovations which happen around them in day to day life.

The guest of honor for this function was Prof (Dr) V.K Duby, Former BITS Pilani Professor and Advisor VGI. He shared some of his student life experiences with the participants & briefly gave an outlook about recent trends in electronics. He also gave presentation on new topic on the Power Management of the Devices like mobile and laptops to work efficiently.

Prof (Dr) Y.K Vijay, President VGU, Jaipur also shared dais as other Guest of Honor. He also delivered key note address  on Basic numbers used in science and discussed with the students that how the properties of the matter could be changed in order to get a good total internal reflection.

After that Prof. Sanjiv Kumar (Head of the Department, ECE VIT) gave an introduction to V-Impact 2016 and its history to all the students & dignitaries. He introduced the conference to everyone in a very effective manner and tried to clear the concepts of the students that how innovation is different from inventions. In his speech he mentioned that Innovation, Kaizen and Benchmarking lead to Quality Education when stated in relation to the field of Education. Quality Education means an education which is able to meet stated and implied needs of stakeholders.

The institute has received several papers in V-Impact 2016 out of which we selected 37 papers after first screening and a total of 20 papers were presented in the technical sessions of V-Impact 2016.

List of Papers Selected and sent for publication in IJIRST.

VIT 12EVJEC002 AISHWARYA SARASWAT A Review Paper on Satellite Phones
VIT 12EVJEC003 AISHWARYA UPADHYAY A Review Paper on Applications of RF MEMS Switches in Radar System
VIT 12EVJEC006 ANKIT MATHUR A Review paper on operating systems in mobile
VIT 12EVJEC009 APEKSHA MATHUR A Review Paper on Telecommunication and Telemetry using OFC
VIT 12EVJEC010 ARPIT TRIPATHI A REVIEW PAPER ON “5G WIFI ac TECHNOLOGY”
VIT 12EVJEC011 ASHISH PARNAMI A Review Paper on Light-Fidelity (Li-Fi)
VIT 12EVJEC014 AVINASH SINGH YADAV A REVIEW PAPER ON RADAR SYSTEM
VIT 12EVJEC016 AYUSH PATIDAR A Review Paper on Self-driving car’s and its Applications
VIT 12EVJEC017 BHAWANA PAREEK A Review Paper on “Transparent Electronics”
VIT 12EVJEC020 CHETAN PRAKASH MARU A review paper on Nano Technology
VIT 12EVJEC024 DIKSHA CHAWLA A Review Paper on Study of Mote Technology: Smart Dust
VIT 12EVJEC032 ISHIKA MEENA A Review Paper on Li-Fi
VIT 12EVJEC034 JYOTI YADAV A Review Paper on ATM Security using Dye Staining Technology
VIT 12EVJEC036 KEERTI NAIR A Review Paper on Femtocell Technology
VIT 12EVJEC043 RAHUL REHAN A Review Paper on Li-Fi Technology
VIT 12EVJEC056 SOURABH GUPTA A Review Paper on ATM Security using Dye Staining Technology
VIT 12EVJEC057 SUMIT SIHAG A REVIEW PAPER ON DIGITAL SUBSCRIBER LINE- INTRODUCTION, TECHNOLOGY
VIT 12EVJEC058 SUNITA A Review paper on Transparent Electronics (Applications & Future)
VIT 12EVJEC064 VINAY PRAKASH SHUBHAM 3D PRINTING-INTRODUCTION AND ALGORATHIM
VIT 12EVJEC069 YASH JAIN A Review Paper on Sixth Sense Technology and its Application
VIT-E Manikant Kumar A Review Paper On
ULTRA CAPACITOR
VIT-E Divya jain A REVIEW PAPER ON Gi-Fi
TECHNOLOGY
VIT-E Kratika Khandelwal A Review Paper on Li-Fi Technology
VIT-E Hemant Sharma A REVIEW PAPER ON BER TECHNIQUE IN ORTHOGONAL FREQUENCY DIVISION MULTIPLEXING
VIT-E Kratika Rawat A REVIEW PAPER ON  NANOTECHNOLOGY APPLICATIONS AND CONCEPTS
VIT-E Avik Choudhary A Review paper on Obstacle Avoidence Robot Techniques
VIT-E Zeenat Bano A Review paper on Performance of Cellonics
VIT-E Rocky Singh A Review Paper on SONAR
VIT-E Nikita Sharma A REVIEW PAPER ON GSM SECURITYAND ENCRYPTION
VIT-E Amit Kumar A Review Paper On
AVR Based web server Technology
VIT-E Ashok Gujar A Review paper on System of Wi-Vi Technology
VIT-E Ajeet Kumar A Review paper on Fractal antenna engineering
VIT-E Sheikh Ravish ANALOGY BETWEEN
TRI-GATE TRANSISTOR & PLANNAR TRANSISTOR
VIT-E Amrit Singh A REVIEW SYSTEM OF BIOMETRICS
VIT-E Harish Lalwani A Review Paper On Ultrasound System
VIT-E Shubham E Paper Technology
VIT-E Shusmita Matted Wireless Sensor Network and its Applications

 

List of Students for Poster Presentation

Sr. No Institute Roll No Name of Student
1 VIT 12EVJEC021 DARSHAN SONGARA
2 VIT 12EVJEC023 DHIRAJ DHANKHAR
3 VIT 12EVJEC028 HEMENDRA KUMAR YADAV
4 VIT 12EVJEC029 HEMAN PATIDAR
5 VIT 12EVJEC037 KISHAN KUMAR
6 VIT 12EVJEC039 MANISH GANOLIYA (TFWS)
7 VIT 13EVJEC300 AKASH PANDEY
8 VIT 12EVJEC015 AYUSH GAUTAM
9 VIT 12EVJEC048 RAVINA VERMA
10 VIT 12EVJEC060 SWETA KUMARI
11 VIT 12EVJEC006 ANKIT MATHUR
12 VIT 12EVJEC052 SHUBHAM JAIN
13 VIT 12EVJEC053 SHUBHAM KUMAR TIWARI

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COMPUTATIA-2017

COMPUTATIA-2017 started with Lamp Lighting by All Dignitaries and Invited Guests. On the inanargural speech Prof.(Dr.) M.Raisinghani, Vice chairman, VGU – VIT Campus blessed the conference and welcomed the guest .

Ms. Neelam Choudhary, Coordinator introduced about “COMPUTATIA 2017”. She focused on the thrust areas of conference. After that all invited guests and chief guest addressed the students. Following Eminent personalities were present in the conference.

  • Dr. M. C. Govil, Professor CSE, MNIT Jaipur,
  • Dr. M N Hoda, Chairman CSI, Division-1 ,
  • Dr. S.C. Kulhari Professor CSE Manipal University Jaipur,
  • Mr. Anand , Project Manager,Cobalt Capital USA ,
  • Dr. Vijay Singh Rathore, Chairman CSI, Jaipur Chapter

Institute Participated: S.S Jain Subodh College,  Jaipur national University,  JECRC University, Arya Institute of technology,  Rajathan University.

 

Total Research papers Received: 30

 

Faculty participation: 30+

 

Student’s participation: 150+

 

Technical Session:

Session-I

Dr. S.C. Kulhari professor from Manipal university Jaipur delivered the talk on “Cloud Computing Cluster Computing”. He explained about Grid, Cloud and cluster computing. Grid computing is a processor architecture that combines computer resources from various domains to reach a main objective. In grid computing, the computers on the network can work on a task together, thus functioning as a supercomputer. Cloud computing is the practice of using a network of remote servers hosted on the Internet to store, manage, and process data, rather than a local server or a personal computer. Computer cluster consists of a set of loosely or tightly connected computers that work together so that, in many respects, they can be viewed as a single system. Unlike grid computers, computer clusters have each node set to perform the same task, controlled and scheduled by software.

Types of Clusters

  1. Dedicated Cluster
  2. Non dedicated Cluster

Design Issues

1 Failure Management

2 Parallel Balancing

 

Pros & Cons of Cluster Computing

1 High availability & resilient

2 Administrative Complexity

3 High cost of ownership

They summarized it with the scenario of their future use.

Session-II

Ms. Neha Choudhary, VIT Delivered the talk on “Testing technique for the event driven software”. She started her research paper with the introduction to Event driven software for the students and gave a brief knowledge of Basic challenges of the event driven software’s. Later on moved to the research methodology introducing Event Coverage and Weight based method (EC-WBM).

COMPUTATIA 2014

Computer Science and Mathematics departments of VIT and VIT-East organized  a National conference on computational and Mathematical Sciences (Computatia 2014)on November 25 and November26, 2014. The conference was inaugurated by Chief Guest Dr.S.K Gupta Professor IIT, Delhi.

The conference was graced by the presence of :

  • Mr. Ripu Daman, Director, NSCSPL
  • Prof R.K Tuteja, Patron,ISIT
  • Dr. Paresh Vyas, General Secretary ROAPS
  • Dr. Gulshan Taneja, Professor Mathematics,M.D University, Rohtak
  • Dr. Jagdish Prasad, Professor & HOD Statistics , RU
  • Dr. H.C Taneja, professor, DU,Delhi

Conference was commenced with the lighting of the lamp and SaraswatiVandana. Prof.(Dr.) M. Raisinghani, Vice Chairperson, VIT Campus started the program with his thoughts of inspiration and focuses on the importance of the conferences in developing a more deeper interest to the subjects and also to think out of the box. Prof. (Dr.). Baldev Singh, Principal VIT- East then addressed the gathering and highlighted the importance of both the subjects and how inter-related they are in today’s time.

The first keynote was given by Prof. S.K. Gupta from IIT-Delhi. His subject matter was Data-Mining. Hos talk basically included how knowledge can be extracted from data. The presentation then delved deeper into the topic and explained the importance of databases. It was a class-apart presentation as the professor was really good in explaining all these concepts in an easy to understand manner. The next keynote came from Mr. Ripu Daman, Director, NSCSPL and the topic was ‘Enterprise Project Management’. He emphasized on the importance of project management and its role in the industries. He also talked about concepts like Quality Control and Quality Assurance and to plan projects in an efficient manner. After that Mr. PareshVyas, Associate Professor, Mathematics, RU gave a very effective and informative talk on ‘Fluid Dynamics’. He started it with the basic introduction to fluid dynamics and their importance. The main highlight of his presentation was to encourage students in this field.

Then the session continued in the seminar hall of VIT-EAST. It was chaired by Dr. J.S. Sikka, Professor in dept of mathematics M.D. University, Rohtak. The first invited talk was delivered by Dr. Gulshan Taneja, Professor, M.D. University, Rohtak about ‘Reliability of systems with legal conditional warranty and legal implications’. He talked about how companies generally take the warranty of the product into consideration. The mathematical analysis was also quite easily explained by him. After that Dr. Trilok Mathur, Associate Professor, BITS, Pilani gave a very interesting presentation about Fractional Calculus it was quite an out of the box topic. The topic included the importance of fractional calculus and its applications. After lunch, the next session was started with the talk of Mr. H.C. Taneja, Professor, DU, Delhi whose topic was ‘Residual and Past Life Time Distribution: An Information Theoretic measure approach.’ He talked about the reliability of a system in specific time intervals. It was an interesting discussion about mathematics and how computers are used to help shape what is on paper to a reality. The session was chaired by Dr. Rajiv Kumar, Associate Professor in dept of mathematics M.D. University, Rohtak .Student’s from other colleges also participated and presented papers in conference.

The second day of conference was also quite enriching. It started with Dr. Shilpi Saxena, Head of Mathematics Department, Poornima University. Who gave a wonderful presentation about Geometry and it’s application. A wealth of cloud computing presentations were also presented by college students. They emphasized the importance of cloud computing it’s big importance in today’s life and rapid integration in our day to day lives.  This session was chaired by Dr. Kantesh Gupta, Professor in Department of Mathematics, MNIT, Jaipur. Mr. Shailesh Giri, Manager software, Axtria gave an excellent presentation about Big Data and Hadoop. He talked about Big Data and how its implemented and its various applications. The next talk was from Dr.P.M. Jat, Professor, CSE, DA-IICT, Gujrat. Who gave a nice introduction to the topic of ‘Opinion Mining’. He has given a very nice and detailed explanation about Sentimental and Predictive analysis. The next talk was by Dr. Madan Mohan Agrawal, Professor, BITS Pilani. Who talked about ad-hoc networks and it’s various application. It was an interesting topic especially to all the computer science students. After that students from VIT and VIT East also gave their own presentations. The feedbacks given by all the experts during their presentation were quite informative and nice. In two days conference more than 25 papers were presented by students and researchers of different colleges and Universities.

Finally, Prof. (Dr.) Baldev Singh Principal, VIT-East, concluded the session with his valedictory speech and Prof. (Dr.) D.P.Darmora Principal VIT gave vote of thanks.

COMPUTATIA 2013

Computer Science and Mathematics departments of VIT and VIT-East organized a National conference on computational and Mathematical Sciences.(Computatia ,2013)on November 25 and November 26, 2013. The conference was inaugurated by Dr. M.C.Govil, Professor in MNIT, Jaipur. During his inaugural address he emphasized on the combination of mathematics and computer in the present era and also apprised about upcoming technologies.

The conference was graced by the presence of

  • Prof. K.K. Biswas ,IIT ,Delhi
  • Prof. A.K.Tiwari, IIT (Rajasthan)
  • Prof. A.P.Singh, Central University of Rajasthan
  • Prof. R.K. Tuteja, President, ISITA
  • Prof. J.P.Verma, LNIPE, Gwalior
  • Prof. Gulshan Taneja,M.D.University, Rohtak
  • Dr. Paresh Vyas, General Secretary, RAOPS

Prof .Baldev Singh, organizing secretary of the conference , introduced  the audience  with  the theme of the conference COMPUTATIA-2013.

First key note  talk was delivered by Prof. K.K. Biswas  of IITD  on Automated Human Activity Recognition, in which he discussed the action recognition from RGB video clips taken by depth cameras. He also signified how an activity can be recognized by beaking it down into number of action sequences.

Next talk titled Lossless Image and Video Coding Methods was delivered by Prof. A.K.Tiwari of IIT Rajasthan. In which he briefed about how image and video compression methods are highly desirable for efficient storage and transmission purposes.

After this, the next keynote talk was conveyed byDr. A.P.Singh, Professor,Center University of Rajasthan. In his talk he explained complex dynamics in detail and also provided some ways to find accurate solutions and maximize profit.

Dr.Kamal J.Rangra, Sr. scientist, CEERI Pilani deliverd a nice talk on Electronic Radio frequency and optical MEMS for strategic sector applications.

A talk on Glimpses into the world of werable computing was conveyed by Dr. Rahul Banerjee. In which he discuused about how dresses can contain electronic devices and can be used for various purposes.

Dr. Shilpi Saxena, Prof.  PIT, revealed that earth consists of mathematics. She told about mathematics of earth and secreys of earth.

Dr. Ripu Daman , VP, HCL,told about industrilization and how to take decisions in a industry. At the end Dr. Paresh Vyas, Asst Prof, Rajastha University explored his knowledge in the field of thermodynamics. He explained floe of heat through the porous medium.

In Technical session 24 papers were presented by students and researchers of different colleges and Universities.

Finally, Prof. (Dr.) Baldev Singh H.O.D , Computer Science, VIT, gave valedictory speech to conclude the session.

COMPUTATIA 2012

Computatia-2012

Computer Science and Mathematics departments of VIT and VIT-East organized 2nd National conference on computational and Mathematical Sciences (Computatia, 2012) on November 30 and December 1, 2012. The conference was inaugurated by Dr. Madhukar Gupta, Divisional Commissioner Jaipur. During the inaugural he emphasized that this is the era for inter disciplinary knowledge.

The conference was graced by the presence of

  • K.K. Biswas, IIT, Delhi
  • K.C. Gupta, MNIT, Jaipur
  • Ripu Daman,VP,HCL
  • Mridula Garg, University of Rajasthan
  • H.C. Taneja, Joint Secretary, ISITA

In the Introductory sesssion Prof. Amitava ‘Babi’ Mitra, President, VIT University, and Jaipur, talked about the current systems which are unable to analyze a large amount of data and also provided the solution in terms of certain algorithms. Further he discussed the problems of the upcoming unemployed engineering graduates.

Prof.(Dr.) Baldev Singh, organizing secretary of the conference introduced the audience with COPUTATIA 2012. He also briefed the two day.

First keynote talk was delivered by Prof. K.K.  Biswas of IITD on automated recognition of human activity through video clips in which he discussed its importance and the basics of image processing. The session began with the talk of Mr. Ripu Daman, VP, HCL who discussed the strategies for business continuity growth and sustenance for different business models.

Next talk titled fractional calculus was delivered by Prof. Mridula Garg of Rajasthan University. Prof. K C Gupta gave tribute to the great mathematician Dr. Ramanujan and emphasized that every teacher must read mathematics for some time daily.

Second session in the afternoon started with the talk of Prof. Ravi Gorthi of LMNIIT .He explained the importance of Model based software engineering followed by a very interesting talk by Prof. J L Bansal on Numerical solution of boundary layer equations.  At the end Mr. Amit Limba and Vikram Abrol of Infosys Jaipur described cloud computing in a  very nice manner.

Technical sessions were held in parallel for Mathematics and Computer sciences, 22 papers were presented in computer science and 14 in mathematics

Finally, Prof. (Dr.) Baldev Singh H.O.D, Computer Science, VIT, gave valedictory speech to conclude the session.

COMPUTATIA initiated discussions on current and advanced research topics and provided a ground for doing more and more research and development work. Various advanced topics like, human activity through video clips; strategies for business continuity growth and sustenance for different business model, fractional calculus, and Model based software engineering are discussed.

 

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National Conference on Recent Trends in Civil Engineering

DATE: – 23, 24 March 2018

SPEAKERS: – (i) Dr. Anurag Mishra – chief Executive officer of Symphonia and graphics Jaipur

(ii) Prof. A.V Gupta – prof, Department of civil engineering MNIT Jaipur

(iii) Prof. Y.P. Mathur –  prof, Department of civil engineering MNIT Jaipur

(iv) Prof. Ravindra Nagar- prof, Department of civil engineering MNIT Jaipur

(v) Prof. S.P. chaursiya – prof, Department of civil engineering MNIT Jaipur

(vi) Prof. R.C. Gupta-– prof, Department of civil engineering MNIT Jaipur

National Conference on Sustainable Environmental Management of a City Water, Waste Water & Solid Waste Management Aspects

DATE: – 8 April 2017

GUEST: – (i)  Satish Jain- Executive engineer PHED Jaipur

(ii) Anup Bartaria- Chairman & Managing Director, Sincere architects engineers pvt. Ltd