Electrical & Electronics Engineering

About Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department

The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (E&E) was established in the year 2002 and offers four programmes.

Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical & Electronics is a four year (eight semesters) duration programme affiliated to VTU, approved by AICTE and accredited by NBA.
Master of technology in Power Electronics is a two year (four semesters) duration programme affiliated to VTU, approved by AICTE.
M.Sc in Electrical & Electronics Engineering affiliated to VTU, approved by AICTE.
PhD in Electrical & Electronics Engineering affiliated to VTU, approved by AICTE.

The Department has a well balanced mixture of senior and experienced faculty together with young and dynamic faculty. The Department has a team of 17 well qualified and dedicated faculties with the wide range of specialization and 7 technical and supporting staff. This programme offers a unique mix of electrical, electronics and computer related courses enabling the students to take up a professional carrier/higher studies in any of these areas. Subjects on network theory, control systems, protection and power systems, power generation, transmission and distribution give the basic exposure to electrical fundamentals, where as analogue and digital circuits, microcontrollers, digital signal processing, advanced programming languages makes attractive blend of electrical & electronics thereby creating excellent placement opportunities in every sector. The students of this branch are placed in electrical & electronics related organization and software companies.

With the objective of making graduates industry ready, the Department modernized all laboratories using industry standard equipments such as Contactors. The Power System Protection Relay Laboratory is the only one its kind in an educational institute in the entire country. Two Labs: Reverse Engineering and Robotics have been setup in addition to VTU requirements, providing graduates a wide base in engineering. Special laboratory sessions are conducted for the first year students to orient them towards engineering principles and practices.

Objective

To develop necessary skills in students, through rigorous global education and an appreciation for lifelong learning for successful and satisfying careers.
To provide students with the solid foundation in mathematical, scientific and electrical engineering to analyze data and technical concepts for application to product design and also to pursue higher education.
To train students with good scientific and engineering breadth, including proficiency in software language and use of latest software tools so as to comprehend, analyze, design and create novel products and solutions for the real life problems.
To inculcate in students professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills, teamwork skills, multidisciplinary approach and an ability to relate engineering issues to broader social context.

Students will attribute

an ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering,
an ability to design and conduct experiments as well as to analyze and interpret data,
an ability to design a system, component or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability and sustainability,
an ability to function on multidisciplinary teams,
an ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems,
an understanding of professional and ethical responsibility,
an ability to communicate effectively,
the broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental and societal context,
a recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in life-long learning,
a knowledge of contemporary issues and,
an ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice,
an ability to use modern software and simulation tools and techniques to analyze, present and solve engineering problems.

"Excel in Electrical Engineering Education and Research"

  1. Provide and maintain an environment designed to ensure quality Electrical Engineering education.
  2. Design and deliver add-on curricula to existing VTU syllabus to ensure compatibility with national and global needs.
  3. Provide holistic personality development of the students through interaction with Industry, academia and alumni.
  4. Consolidate state-of-art laboratories for teaching and research acivities
  1. To develop necessary skills in students for successful careers through rigorous education and appreciation for the life-long learning needed to maintain competency.
  2. To provide students with the solid foundation in mathematical, scientific and electrical engineering to analyze data and extract relevant information for application to product design and pursue higher education.
  3. To train students with good scientific and engineering breadth, including proficiency in software language and use of latest software tools so as to comprehend, analyze, design and create novel products and solutions to current problems.
  4. To inculcate in students professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skills, teamwork skills, multidisciplinary approach, and an ability to relate engineering issues to broader social context.
    E&E Engineering Graduates will be able to:
  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and Electrical & Electronics Engineering to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations.
  6. The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  11. Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.
    E&E Engineering Graduates will be able to:
  1. Make use of modern simulation software / hardware tools and techniques to analyze, present and solve Electrical & Electronics Engineering problems.
  2. Develop entrepreneurial skills through Industry Institute Interactions by activities related to personality development and financial management.
Designation Name Qualifications
Designation Name Qualifications
Foreman Mr Maxim D'Souza BE - E&E
Lab Instructor Ms Priya A. Diploma E&E
Technician Mr Melwyn Prakash Miranda ITI - Electrical
Lab Instructor Mr Raghu R Diploma E&C

The Department has well-equipped state-of-the-art laboratories to meet the needs of students. They are:

Analog Electronics Logic Design
Power Electronics Circuit Simulation and Measurements
Transformers and Induction Machines. Control System.
DC Machines & Synchronous Machines. Relay and High Voltage.
Power System Simulation Micro Controller
Reverse Engineering / Project. Computer Aided Electrical Drawing

The student project/staff research laboratory is equipped with latest state of the art instruments which enable students to undertake projects and research in emerging technologies and post graduate studies.

Licensed Software

MATLAB Software SPGC Compiler
SCRAM C for ARM 7 Lab view
ETAP Software

Free Software

ORCAD- PSPICE TURBO C++
Kiel

2017 Batch

SL.NO NAME OF THE COMPANY No. OF STUDENTS
1 HPe 1
2 Decathlon 1
3 Artech 1
4 Mphasis 1
5 The Manipal Group 1
6 Cranes Software 1
7 Karmic Design 1
8 ITC Infotech 2
9 IBM 2
10 QSpiders 2
11 L&T Infotech 3
12 Hinduja Global Solutions 7
13 Tech Mahindra 11
Total 34

2016 Batch

SL.NO NAME OF THE COMPANY No. OF STUDENTS
1 MU SIGMA 1
2 AMAZON 1
3 MPHASIS 1
4 SAP Labs 1
5 CAPE ELECTRIC Pvt. LTD 1
6 OBO BETTERMANN INDIA PVT. LTD 1
7 TECH MAHINDRA 2
8 IBM 2
9 KARMIC 2
10 INFOSYS 2
11 PRDC 2
12 UST GLOBAL 4
13 TCS 8
14 VDART SOFTWARE SERVICES 10
Total 38

2015 Batch

SL.NO NAME OF THE COMPANY No. OF STUDENTS
1 IBM 1
2 TCS/td> 1
3 MCF 1
4 Cognizant 2
5 Unitelworks Wireless Solutions 2
6 Infosys 2
7 NTT Data 2
8 Tessolve Semiconductors 2
9 PRDC 2
10 HP 3
11 Pravruthi (Job Fair) 3
12 Tech Mahindra 7
Total 28

EEE: EELS Student Association Inauguration

The Inauguration of the Electrical & Electronics Student Association (EELS) was held on 3rd October 2018 at 2.00pm in the Bethania Hall. Rev Fr Wilfred Prakash Dsouza – Director, SJEC presided over the inaugural ceremony. Mr Adarsh Hasandka, Power Systems Researcher, National Renewable Energy Laboratory USA graced the occasion as Chief Guest. Guest of honour was Rev Fr Rohith D’Costa, Assistant Director and Dr Rio D’souza, Principal. Mr Ajithanjaya Kumar M K- Head of the Department, Ms Chaithra Shetty, Staff Coordinator and Mr Christon Kenneth Dsouza-Student Coordinator, EELS were the dignitaries on the dais.

The programme began with a invocation by the E&E students Ms Evon Sequeria and Mr Christon K Dsouza. Mr Christon Kenneth Dsouza, Final year student welcomed the dignitaries and introduced the chief guest to the gathering. The EELS association was formally inaugurated by lighting the lamp. Ms Shivani Thumbe, Final year student presented the report of EELS association activities held during the academic year 2017-18 and proposed the action plan for the academic year 2018-19. Dr Rio D’souza -Principal, SJEC motivated the students to take up new challenges and succeed in the same. Mr Adarsh Hasandka inspired students to stay focused in academics and achieve their goals. He also advised the students to become strong in their fundamentals that will be the keystep for success.

 The meritorious students who secured highest marks in each subject during the last academic year were presented with certificate of merit, as a gesture of appreciation, Mr Adarsh Hasandka and Mr Ajithanjaya Kumar M K honoured the meritorious students.

Rev Fr Wilfred Prakash D’Souza- Director, SJEC, in his presidential address, emphasized the need to develop good knowledge of the subject and to be updated with current trends in electrical engineering.

Finally the chief guest was felicitated with a memento by the Director-Rev Fr Wilfred Prakash D’Souza. The formal event concluded with the vote of thanks delivered by Ms Shreya M, Final Year Student. The programme was compered by Ms Sharadhi, Final Year Student.

The formal inaugural ceremony was followed by a technical talk on “Electric Vehicle” by the Chief Guest. An Informal Function was arranged by the students to welcome the 2nd year students into the Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering. Games were conducted for students.

EEE: Igniting Young Minds for Higher Studies- Alumni Interaction

A session on motivation for MS programme was organized by EELS association of EEE dept for the second year EEE students on 10th August 2018. Mr. B Jayaprakash, Alumni Batch 2016 interacted with the students and inspired them to take up competitive exams like SAT, GATE and GRE for getting admissions to premier institutes in India and abroad. He shared his different methods to score high marks required for competition success. He also suggested the students to participate in Co-Curricular activities which fetch valuable points during the admission process. Valuable information like integrated research programmes offered by reputed US universities, scholarships, admission procedure, GPA concept etc. was also shared. This interactive session was well appreciated by students and faculty present for the event. The programme was coordinated by Mr Deepesh SK and Dr Sheryl Colaco

Inauguration of First Year BE 2018-2019

The inauguration of First Year BE classes for the academic year 2018-19 was held at Kalam Auditorium on Monday, 6 August 2018.

Fr Dionysius Vas SJ, Rector, St Aloysius College and Educational Institutions was the Chief Guest. Rev. Fr Wilfred Prakash D’Souza, Director - SJEC, Rev. Fr Rohith D’Costa, Assistant Director-SJEC, Dr Rio D’Souza, Principal-SJEC, Dr Ramananda HS, Coordinator for First Year BE, Dr Vincent Crasta, Coordinator of the Induction programme, and Ms Pramila D’Souza, Convener of the programme, were present on the dais.

Dr Vincent Crasta, Coordinator of the Induction programme 2018-2019, welcomed the gathering.

Addressing the newcomers, Dr Rio D’Souza said, "We, the Management of SJEC are happy to welcome this new batch and their parents. We are thankful to you for selecting our campus for your studies. Definitely we will provide you a wonderful study atmosphere. SJEC not only focuses on the studies, but the academic curriculum also gives value-based education, which is helpful for every student’s personal growth. We want the students to grow with responsibility and with human values. It is a great campus to learn and make a successful career."

Rev. Fr Dionysius Vas SJ inaugurated the ceremony and felicitated the students for their PUC and CET achievements. In his inaugural speech, Fr Dionysius said, "Learning to do, learning to learn, learning to become person of character and learning to live is called education. Today’s world gives three main challenges to students or the young generation. Firstly, it says do not lose your identity. Be original without losing the identity. Secondly, it calls you to be responsible. You are responsible for your own life, family, society and the nation. Thirdly, you need to sacrifice. Without scarifies you cannot achieve milestones in your life.” He further added, “As per my knowledge, SJEC is mainly concentrating on this type of education. That is why every year it succeeds to get talented batches. This college is giving complete freedom to explore, flourish, and extend”.

In his presidential address, Rev. Fr Wilfred Prakash D’Souza, said, "It is my pleasure to welcome you all newcomers to this beautiful campus. Our College understands the challenges of the present students and helps them face it and be successful. With an experienced and professional module, SJEC will help the students to meet their educational needs. I invite students to use the modern infrastructure and green surrounding and do well in their studies. If you are not determined to learn, no one will help you and if you are determined to learn, no one will stop you,”

Ms Pramila D’Souza rendered the vote of thanks. Ms Salma Shabnam from the Department of Chemistry and Ms Smitha D’Souza compered the programme.

 

EEE: Motivational Talk on "Indian Railways & Competitive Exams"

A motivational talk on Indian Railways & Competitive exams was organized with a theme of competition success for 3rd sem EEE students on 6th August 2018 in the Electrical Dept. Seminar Hall . Resource person for the event was Mr. P R Pinto, Superintendent Material Control Lab, Indian Railways, Mumbai. The talk aimed at providing recent knowledge on technology used for crack detection of the tracks. All the students interacted with resource person on accident prevention, career opportunities at Indian Railways and Internship opportunities. The students also discussed different ways to competition success with reference to PSUs. The session was thoroughly appreciated students and faculty present for the event. This event was organized under department EEELS association. Dr Sheryl Grace Colaco & Mr Deeepesh Kanchan coordinated the programme.

SAEINDIA SJEC Collegiate Club: Five-Day Orientation Programme on Aerospace and Defense Domain

SAEINDIA SJEC Collegiate Club in association with Centre of Excellence in Aerospace and Defence (COEAD), Bengaluru organized a 5-Day orientation programme for students of third and final year engineering disciplines. The orientation programme began on 9 July 2018, Monday at 9:30 AM with the welcome of resource person Mr Ramesh, Advisor and Chief Trainer, COEAD - Bengaluru by Dr Sudheer M, Head, Department of ME.

Mr. Ramesh, with 44 years of experience in the field of Aerospace field from reputed institutions like NAL, HAL and Jet Airways, handled the entire first day on the topic Aircraft Mechanical Systems. On the second day, Mr Ramesh continued his session till afternoon and later the workshop was taken forward by Mr Gautham, an expert in the field of 3D experience platform of Dassault Systems.

On the third day, Mr Prasanna Venkatesh, Technical expert in the field of Aerospace Simulation demonstrated the modelling and analysis software Delmia. Experts like Mr Movin Furtado, Mr. Taranisen and Mr Debashish dedicated the 4th and 5th day of the orientation program to the lab trainings on latest topics like Electrical Harness, Design value stream, and Landing gear design from COEAD. Total of 28 students participated from third and final year of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering Department. Mr Yathish Kumar and Mr Vijay V.S, Faculty Advisors and Mr Darryl D’Souza, Student Coordinator organized the program successfully.  SE

ICSC3-2018 - Inaugural

The Inaugural Ceremony of the First International Conference on Smart Computing, Communication and Control (ICSC3-2018) commenced at 10.00 AM on Monday, 11th June 2018, at the Spoorthi Conference Hall, Academic Block-III of St Joseph Engineering College. The conference was jointly hosted by the Departments of CSE, ECE, EEE and MCA. The ceremony began with invocation of the Almighty lead by the college choir. This was followed by the lighting of the lamp by the dignitaries and the delegates. The dignitaries on stage included Rev. Fr Wilfred Prakash D’Souza, Director of SJEC and President of the Ceremony, Dr L M Patnaik, Adjunct Professor-IISc and INSA Senior Scientist who was the Chief Guest of the Ceremony, Mr Ramakrishna Bidri, Senior Agile Coach-SWET CoE, Alliance Technology Unit, TCS, Bengaluru, Rev. Fr Rohith D’Costa, Asst Director-SJEC and Dr Rio D’Souza, Principal-SJEC. The dignitaries were escorted by the Conference Conveners Mr Shreenath Acharya, Asst Professor, Dept of CSE and Mr Gandhimathinathan A, Asst Professor, Dept of ECC.

Mr Shreenath Acharya delivered the welcome address and introduced the guests to the audience. All the guests and dignitaries on the dais were florally welcomed. This was followed by the Principal, Dr Rio D’Souza addressing the audience. Dr Rio appreciated the effort put in by the conveners and the organizing committee for organizing an International Conference at SJEC. He also said that these are the baby steps we need to take in order to bring quality in the education we deliver.

The Chief Guest, Dr L M. Patnaik along with all the other dignitaries on the dais then, released the conference proceedings. This was followed by the Guest of Honor, Mr Ramakrishna Bidri addressing the audience. In his address, Mr Bidri said how he started his career as a teacher which was his passion. His thirst to explore more in the field of research, lead him to become an agile coach and mentor in software engineering technology. He also said that he was glad to be a part of the conference which enabled him to interact with budding engineers and scientists and reunited him with his passion for teaching.

The Chief Guest, Dr L M. Patnaik in his address, congratulated the management and the organizers for hosting such a wonderful event, which provided a learning platform to young students and faculty members. He was deeply impressed by the achievements of the student community and the college, in spite of coming into existence just 16 years ago. He encouraged conducting more such activities and getting feedback which helps in long term qualitative growth and sustainability of the organization.

The Guest was honor, Mr Ramakrishna Bidri was felicitated by Asst Director, Rev. Fr Rohith D’Costa with a memento and the Chief Guest, Dr L M. Patnaik was felicitated by Director, Rev. Fr Wilfred Prakash D’Souza with a memento. The Director, Rev. Fr Wilfred Prakash D’Souza in his presidential address appreciated the work put in by the conveners and the organizing committee in successfully organizing the International Conference.  He also acknowledged the contribution made by both Dr L M Patnaik and Mr Ramakrishna Bidri to the society and the industry and thanked them profusely for accepting the invitation and gracing the ceremony.

The audiences were faculty members and final students of SJEC, along with delegates from other institutions, who were given a platform to showcase their research and technical work.

Mr Gandhimathinathan proposed the vote of thanks that marked the end of the Inaugural Ceremony. The Inaugural was compered by Ms Evita Coelho D’Silva, Asst Professor, Dept of CSE. The ceremony was followed by tea break.

The Inaugural was followed by a Keynote Address on Internet of Things (IoT) by Dr L M Patnaik which provided insight to how IoT can be used as a platform to provide automated solutions to socially relevant problems. Dr Patnaik introduced the talk with describing the need for smart computing. He also briefed about the various sensing devices, networking technologies used and future trends in the field of computing and control. Dr Patanik, also spoke about the enormous amount of data generated by the Internet applications, showed the scope of big data analytics, how relevant tools process that data and intelligently manage users’ needs based on such analysis. The keynote address was followed by Q&A session. Dr Patnaik was felicitated and presented with a conference kit by Dr Rio D’Souza. The address was well appreciated by the audience and was followed by lunch.

ICSC3-2018

SJEC hosted its first International Conference on Smart Computing, Communication and Control (ICSC3-2018) on 11th and 12th June 2018. The conference was jointly hosted by the Departments of CSE, ECE, EEE and MCA.

Dr L M Patnaik, Adjunct Professor-IISc and INSA Senior Scientist, graced the inaugural ceremony as Chief Guest. Mr Ramakrishna Bidri, Senior Agile Coach-SWET CoE, Alliance Technology Unit - TCS-Bengaluru was also present on the dais for the event. Rev. Fr Wilfred Prakash D’Souza, Director-SJEC, Rev. Fr Rohith D’Costa, Asst Director-SJEC, Dr Rio D’Souza, Principal - SJEC, and Conference Conveners, Mr Shreenath Acharya, Asst Professor, Dept of CSE and Mr Gandhimathinathan A, Asst Professor, Dept. of ECE were the other dignitaries on the dais. During the course of the event, the dignitaries’ released the proceedings of the conference.

The Inaugural on the first day was followed by a Keynote Address on Internet of Things (IoT) by Dr L M Patnaik which provided insight to how IoT can be used as a platform to provide automated solutions to socially relevant problems. The afternoon session saw a workshop on Agile Methodologies and SCRUM anchored by Mr Ramakrishna Bidri.

The conference was livened up on the second day with a talk on “Polyglot Approach to Modern System Engineering” by Dr Peter (Pjotr) Kourzanov, Senior Researcher at NXP Semiconductors, Netherlands. This talk had important implications for attempts to build autonomous vehicles and also to encourage Systems Thinking among the students. Dr Kourzanov was accompanied by Mr Oswald Sunil, Architect at NXP Semiconductors, Netherlands.

The conference tracks were as follows:

1. Communication Networks & Internet Technologies

2. Intelligent Systems & Knowledge Management

3. Micro Electronics & VLSI

4. Power Electronic Drives & Energy Management System

5. Smart Environments

 

All in all, 75 papers were shortlisted for oral presentations at ICSC3-2018 and 66 papers were presented in parallel during the conference, across all tracks.

 

Day 1: 11th June 2018

Track: Communication Networks & Internet Technologies

Session: 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Venue: Fr Fred Memorial Hall

There were 13 papers that were presented under this track. The judges for this session were, Dr Shreesha Chokkadi, Professor, Department of Instrumentation & Control Engineering, MIT Manipal and Ms Dayakshini, Associate Professor and Head, Department of ECE, SJEC. The best paper award under this track was awarded to the paper titled "Power and Audio Control using Smart Automation", authored by David John Saldanha, Adlen D'Souza, Kottari Ashwini V, Madhushree T Chavan and A Gandhimathinathan, from the Department of ECE, SJEC.

 

Day 2: 12th June 2018

Track: Intelligent Systems & Knowledge Management (1)

Session: 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Venue: Spoorthi Conference Hall 

There were 14 papers that were presented under this track. The judges for this session were, Dr Jyothi Shetty, Professor & Head, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, NMAMIT, Nitte and Dr Sridevi Saralaya, Associate Professor & Head, Department of CSE, SJEC. The best paper award under this track was awarded to the paper titled “'Remote Patient Health Monitoring System” authored by Murali K A, Abdul Raheem, Kaushik B U, Conred Sequeira and Priya S Miranda, from the Department of CSE, SJEC.

 

Day 2: 12th June 2018

Track: Smart Environments

Session: 9:30 AM to 1:00 PM

Venue: Bishop Aloysius Paul Conference Hall 

There were 13 papers that were presented under this track. The judges for this session were, Dr Pushparaj Shetty D, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematical and Computational Sciences, NITK and Dr Kavitha Mahesh, Associate Professor, Department of CSE, SJEC. The best paper award under this track was awarded to the paper titled “Smart Car” authored by Runa Veigas, Rickson D’Cruz, Shubham Kumar, Ambareesha and Lavina D’Silva, from the Department of CSE, SJEC.

 

Day 2: 12th June 2018

Track: Intelligent Systems & Knowledge Management (2)

Session: 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Venue: Bishop Aloysius Paul Conference Hall 

There were 12 papers that were presented under this track. The judges for this session were, Dr Antony P J, Professor & Head, Department of Computer Science & Engineering, AJIET, Mangaluru and Ms Sumangala N, Assistant Professor and Head, Department of MCA, SJEC. The best paper award under this track was awarded to the paper titled “Experimental Characterization of DWT and CS Compression Algorithms for Multi-Resolution ECG Data in WBAN" authored by Rajashekar Kunabeva, Dr Manjunatha P, Kirankumar GH and Komalakumari, from the Department of ISE, GMIT, Davanagere.

 

Day 2: 12th June 2018

Track: Power Electronic Drives and Energy Management System

Session: 2:00 PM to 5:00 PM

Venue: Fr Fred Memorial Hall

There were 13 papers that were presented under this track. The judges for this session were, Dr Nagesh Prabhu, Professor & Head, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, NMAMIT, Nitte and Mr Sathisha K, Assistant Professor, Department of EEE, SJEC. The best paper award under this track was awarded to the paper titled “PCB Printing using Automated PLOED Machine” authored by Winston Vishal D’Souza, Dacklin Prajwal Pinto, Meghna Prakash, Adithi S Rao and Prasad S M, from the Department of ECE, SJEC.

EEE: Technova 2018 – Project Exhibition

Project exhibition cum competition was conducted for the final year Electrical and Electronics students on 18 May 2018. An overall of 15 teams participated in the exhibition cum competition. Dr Rajalakshmi Samaga, HOD - E&E of Canara Engineering College – Benjanapadavu, and Mr Ajeya B, Jr Engineer at JSW Steel Pvt Ltd Bellary, evaluated the projects. The event commenced from 9.00 am in the morning and went on till 4.00 pm in the evening.

Parents of the final year students, the second and the third year undergraduate students were the spectators of the exhibition cum competition. The team members Mr Adarsha H, Mr Alex, Mr Jasin Yusuf, and Mr Ajith Jose for their project titled Ginger Processing Machine guided by Dr Sheryl Colaco and Dr Joseph Gonsalves, bagged the first prize in the competition. The second prize was bagged by Ms Anwitha J Alwa, Ms Nawal, Ms Jazeela M H, and Ms Fahima Arif for their project A smart device based on women security on IOT guided by Mr Deepesh Kanchan. The innovative prize was bagged by the team members Ms Vinisha Selma Veigas, Ms Shravya U, Mr Safwan and Mr Joyson Melrick Madtha for the project titled Remote controlled floating waste collector guided by Ms Chaithra Shetty.

The prizes were handed over to the winners at the valedictory function held in the Relay Laboratory of the Department at 12.30 pm on the same day.

EEE: Mini Project Exhibition

The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering conducted a Mini Project Exhibition & Competition for 3rd year students on 18th May 2018 under the banner of ISTE Students Chapter - SJEC. This initiative was planned with an aim to generate better exposure among students on software and hardware technologies.

A total of 22 mini projects were displayed. This platform gave them an opportunity to interact with the staff & students of other departments. Mr Rolen Rodrigues, Mr Franco Menezes & Mr Ajithanjaya Kumar M K, Assistant Professors in the Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering were the judges.

First Place was secured by: Mr Christon Kenneth Dsouza for the Mini Project Titled Automatic Bell System. Second Place was secured by: Mr Sujan & Mr Shreyas K for the Mini Project Titled NRF24L01 Based Wireless Remote Controller & Relay Based DC Motor Driver with Speed Control.

The event was coordinated by Mr Subramanya K, Ms Chaithra Shetty & Ms Mayuri R Assistant Professors, Dept of EEE.

Technova 2018: Project Exhibition

The College-Level Final Year BE Project Exhibition Cum Competition, held on 18 May 2018 to evaluate the final year B.E Projects, began by welcoming the judges in the boardroom at 9:00 am. There were 30 judges, 15 external and 15 internal. The members of the Management, HOD’s of various Engineering Departments and the Coordinators were present.

Mr Joel Antony D'Mello, Coordinator, TECHNOVA- 2018 welcomed the gathering and discussed the evaluation criteria for the projects. The HOD’s of various departments along with the Department coordinators escorted the judges to their respective Departments. A brief inaugural program conducted in the respective departments, where the judges were introduced to the students by the coordinators and welcomed florally, after which the evaluation of the projects were carried out in the various labs. Eight judges evaluated Computer Science & Engineering and Mechanical Engineering projects. Four judges evaluated Civil Engineering and Electrical & Electronics projects. Six judges evaluated the projects of Electronics and Communication Engineering.

A cash prize of Rs 5,000/ for the First prize, Rs 3,000/ for Second Prize and Rs 3,000 for Innovative Project were distributed in their respective Departments.

Total of 143 projects were exhibited and evaluated. The exhibition was kept open for parents and visitors till 5:00 pm.

EEE: ADIOS- A FAREWELL!!!

The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering organised ADIOS - A Farewell!! - Farewell to the Class of 2018 on 17th May 2018, at 02:00 PM in Fr Fred Memorial Hall. Dr Joseph Gonsalvis, Principal - SJEC was the Chief Guest for the programme. Mr Subramanya K & Ms Chaithra Shetty, Assistant Professors in the Department convened the function.

Ms Shivani Thumbe, Student of VI semester (E&E) was the Master of Ceremony. Mr Christon Kenneth Dsouza formally welcomed the gathering. Dr Joseph Gonsalvis, Principal, advised the students to take up responsibilities to create a better environment in the society. Mr Ajithanjaya Kumar M K, Assistant Professor spoke about the ups and down in life. He also advised the student to face the challenges positively in work place. Mr Sathisha K, Assistant Professor spoke about the aspects which will help students to excel in their life. Mr Vishal Bhandary student of final year shared his experiences at SJEC during the past four years. Mementos were distributed to students by Dr Shreryl Grace Colaco, Mr Sathisha K, Mr Ajithanjaya Kumar M K, Ms Bharathi Rao & Ms Divya K Pai. Mr Alex Mathew and group were awarded with cash prize for best report writing on A Industrial Visit to Varahi Hydro Power Plant under EELS Association. In conclusion, Ms Rani Rashmitha, student of VI Semester E&E , proposed the vote of thanks. After the formal program the refreshments were served and the informal program started at 3:30PM. Students of third year had organised various games and activities where all the outgoing students actively took part in the events. The program ended at 5:00PM.

EEE - EELS: Guest lecture on Phase Locked Loop

EELS – the Students Association of Electrical and Electronics Department conducted a Beyond Syllabus activity for the subject Op-Amp and Linear ICs (LIC) engineering for 4th Semester Students. This activity was a guest lecture on the topic Phase Locked Loop delivered Dr N Laxminidhi, HOD - Dept of E&C, NITK Surathkal on 3rd May 2018 in E&E Lecture Hall 1101. The lecture was delivered from 2.30 pm to 4.30 pm followed by a discussion session with students from 4.30 pm to 5.00 pm. The lecture aimed at providing recent knowledge on Phase Locked Loop (PLL). It constituted the following content: Fundamental concept of frequency follower, performance parameters of PLL and Application of PLL like frequency synthesizer, frequency multiplication etc. The lecture was highly interactive chalk and talk session, which was appreciated by students and faculty members. The lecture session ended with 30-minute discussion session where-in students clarified some of their doubts concerning the subject LIC.

EEE:Industrial Visit to Adani Power Plant(UPCL)

The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering organized an industrial visit for second year students to Adani power plant (UPCL), Padubidri on 23rd April 2018. A group of 56 students accompanied by the department faculty members Mr Sathisha K & Ms Madhavi, Assistant Professor, Department of E&E visited the plant. The objective of the visit was to enhance the knowledge & visualization of Power generation, transmission and distribution.

Mr Lalitha Prasad Sharma, HR Admin, Adani power plant (UPCL) welcomed the participants and delivered the information pertaining to the plant operation. Adani power plant is an imported coal-based thermal power plant and this is the first independent power project in the country to operate on imported coal and also was awarded as a ‘MEGA PROJECT’. There are two 600MW power generation units ( i.e 2X600MW=1200MW) where 90% of the power will be supplied to Karnataka, the remaining will be supplied to Punjab, for which necessary Power Purchase Agreements (PPA) have been made with the five Escoms/Discoms of Karnataka and Punjab State Electricity Boards respectively.

The blueprint of the entire power plant along with a plant model was explained to the students. The working of the plant which includes turbines, generators, transformers, water purification, coal and ash handling/storage units were explained in detail. Students also got information of Digital control system used to monitor the entire plant.

The outcome of the visit has enabled the E&E students to gain an in-depth practical knowledge on thermal power plant, transmission, distribution of power and safety practices followed in power plants.

EEE:KPTCL Kavoor Substation visit

A one-day industrial visit to KPTCL, 220KV Substation near Kavoor was organized by the EELS association of the Electrical and Electronics Department for the 4th semester students on 7th April 2018. A group of 55 students visited the 220 KV / 132 KV / 33 KV / 11 KV substation. Er Yathindra from KPTCL provided information regarding the substation. He stated that duplex transmission lines of 220 KV is supplied from Kemar to the substation. Students were introduced to the practical aspects of the substation layout. Students observed the layout of GOS, insulators, circuit breakers, current transformers, potential transformers and other substation components, which form the main parts of the substation. Students were explained the layout of control room, battery room and SCADA system by the KPTCL official. They also had a glimpse of the single line diagram of the substation. The industrial visit gave an insight into the practical aspects of power transmission to the students.

EEE: Technical Seminar on Synchronous Generator-An Industrial Perspective

EELS Association of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering organized an Alumni Interaction Programme and Technical Seminar on Industrial Perspective on Synchronous Generator by Mr Manoj Kumar T, Alumnus from the Batch of 2016 & Engineer at Kirloskar Electricals Bangalore on 22 March 2018, in the Electrical Seminar Hall.

The talk focused on the manufacture of 3-phase and single phase synchronous generators based on the consumer specifications. The technical data includes the specifications of Hydro, Steam and Diesel generators. Mr Manoj Kumar shared his experience on how theoretical subjects learnt by him in college enabled him to understand industrial process and to clear the KPTCL entrance test. He requested the students to be highly attentive during the class hours to ensure better academic success leading to better career opportunities.

All the students and faculty members appreciated the interaction.

Faculty Coordinators: Dr Sheryl Colaco & Mr. Deepesh SK

EEE: Industrial Visit to Varahi

The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering organized an industrial visit to Varahi Hydro-Electric Project, Varahi on 8 March 2018 for the final year students. The visit was aimed at enhancing the knowledge & visualization of hydro electric power plant. Mr Zaheer Ahmed, Asst. Engineer, KPCL, Varahi, welcomed the students and faculty. Mr Zaheer addressed the students. The blue print of the entire power plant along with a video was explained to the students. He stated that Varahi hydro power plant has an installed capacity of 230MW each at stage I and stage II, contributing a total of 1100MU annually. This consists of 4 x 115 MW Generating Units at Varahi underground Powerhouse and two 4.5 MW units in the power house at the Mani Dam site.

The team also visited the Pickup dam. Additionally, the practical aspects of SCADA control room were explained. The working of the entire power plant, which includes turbine, lubricants used, transformers, nozzle, buccholz relay etc. were explained in detail. The visit helped the E&E students to gain an in-depth practical knowledge on Generation, Transmission, Switchgear & Protection Devices. A total of 50 final year students participated in the industrial visit.

TIARA-2018

The  National Level Tech Fest TIARA-2018 was held on the 21st  and 22nd  February 2018 at St Joseph Engineering College, Mangaluru. TIARA-2018  was inaugurated at the Kalam Auditorium of SJEC. Mr Ivan Fernandes,  Managing Director and Promoter of Regent Technologies, Dubai and  Mangalore Internet City Pvt Ltd. was the Chief Guest of the  programme. Dr Joseph Gonsalvis, principal, SJEC welcomed the  gathering and introduced the chief guest.

Ivan  Fernandes in his address complimented the students for developing the  innovative inaugural

contraptions  and mentioned that India, being a country of youngsters, its future  depended on the

achievements  of present day youngsters. He called modern day India as a land of  opportunities and spoke about how young entrepreneurs are elevating  their life style with innovation and creativity. He spoke of how  India could assume the role of a leader in technology. He highlighted  few areas such as environmental solutions, sustainable energy,  banking and finance, healthcare, artificial intelligence, and life  sciences that holds potential for growth and mass impact.  Congratulating the students in showing interest to participate in the  various technical events, he hoped that the fest would help them  develop innovations for tomorrow. He asked the students to have big  goals, plan well, and work without fear and with passion.

Fr  Wilfred Prakash D’Souza, director, SJEC, presided over the ceremony  and in his presidential address highlighted the need to use  technology wisely and to use technology to bring about harmony and  peace. Highlighting the colossal damage to life style by technology,  he requested the students to keep an eye over the ill effects of  technology.

Fr  Rohith D’Costa, assistant director, SJEC, Dr Rio D’Souza,  vice-principal, SJEC, along with the conveners of the fest, Franco  Menezes and Reshma K J, were present on the dais. The two-day fest  witnessed the participation of students from across the region in a  series of technical events displaying their technical skills and  competencies.


Department  of Computer Science and Engineering:

The  Department of CSE conducted five events.


PAPYRUS  – PAPER PRESENTATION ON INNOVATIONS IN TECHNOLOGY


20  teams participated in the paper presentation competition PAPYRUS.


Winners  of the event:

1st  place - Adikeshavamurthy and Sachin who presented on the topic-  Network Based Severity Prediction System for Potato- Alvas College of  Engineering, Moodabidri.

2nd  place - Shraddha Kamath who presented on the topic-Bat Algorithm  Scheduling Workflow Application in Cloud- Canara Engineering College,  Mangaluru.


EXODIA  – MEGA EVENT

The  mega event EXODIA consisted of 4 rounds which included quiz, treasure  hunt, memory test, and games.


Winners  of the event:

1stplace: AdithyaShetty, DeekshithRaj, AmithD’Silva from Alva's Institute  of Engineering &  Technology,  Moodabidri

2nd  place: NikithaShetty, Rakshitha, Rajarajeshwari from Alva's Institute  of Engineering &  Technology,  Moodabidri


ENIGMA-TECHNICAL  EVENT

The  technical event ENIGMA consisted of 3 rounds which included coding,  technical questionnaire and treasure hunt.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place: Rakshith and Achal from Mangalore Institute of Technology &  Engineering

2nd  place: Pratibha and Adline from St Joseph Engineering College


BLACK  HAWKS – SEMI TECHNICAL EVENT

The  event consisted of 3 rounds which tested the teamwork, effective  communication capability and the ability to solve mysterious cases.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place: AkarshD’Mello, Sahana  M Angadi, Yuktha Raman GU from St  Joseph Engineering College, Mangaluru

2nd  place: Arjun Nayak, Reuben Sequeira, Shreya RK from St Joseph  Engineering College, Mangaluru


COUNTER  STRIKE

The  event tested the gaming skills of the participants.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place - Shobith Shetty, Gowtham, Athish Shetty, Shravan Shetty and  Sushanth Kotian

2nd  place - Nahid, Harshith, Sandeep, Masood and Vinay


Department  of Electrical and Electronics

The  Department of E&E conducted 6 events.

THE  JOURNAL

This  was a technical paper presentation event. The topic for the paper  presentation was ‘Recent Trends in Electrical and Electronics  Technology’. This event focused on bringing out the research and  presenting skills of the engineering students and enabling them to  learn new concepts, which are beyond the syllabus. Some of the topics  presented in this event were solar rains, smart quills, lifi,  nanotube fountain pen, wireless power transmission etc.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place - Mr Mohammed Arfa & Mr Mohammed Shehzan, AITM ,Bhatkal

2nd  place - Ms  Athira Lakshman SIT, Valachil


INQUISITION

This  was a quiz event. This event aimed at testing the knowledge of the  students on various topics and in various fields.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place - Mr. SundeepKamath, Mr. VedanthShenoy & Mr. Nirbhay,Canara  Engineering College, Benjanpadavu,  Mangaluru

2nd  place - Mr.  Karan Gupta , Mr. Garry Leroy Pinto &Sujay L Karinja, SJEC,  Mangaluru

 

RACE  YOUR RC’S (MEGA EVENT)

Race  your RC’s is the mega event of Electrical and Electronics  Department. This event is a remote controlled car-racing event in  which the participants fabricate their own car or use a readymade car  and race it against time. This event brings out the ability of the  students to design their own car and encourages teamwork.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place - Mr Rajath C Kotekar,Shrinivas School of Engineering, Mukka

2nd  place - Mr   Rahul S, Varun Urs &Glenn Shawn, SJEC Mangaluru

 

BOT  HOCKEY

Bot  Hockey is an exciting event featuring bots, which play hockey and try  to score maximum goals to win the event. Teamwork is put to test in  this event.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place – Mr IrfanAziz  & Mr Adham Noushad , KVG , Sullia

2nd  place – Mr Jevish  Fernandes , Mr Zayan Azad  and Mr Alstan Lewis, SJEC, Mangaluru


PICK  MIX FIX

Pick  Mix Fix was a semi technical event. This event aimed to test the  technical and logical skills of the participating teams as well as  their creativity.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place -  Krishna Ganapathy, Richard mannil Thomas & Nihaad  Mohammed, SJEC, Mangaluru

2nd  place - Asheeq Khalid, Achyuth Diwaker & Karthik M, SJEC,  Mangaluru


SECONDS  OF SURVIVAL

This  event was a series of time management challenge. This event focused  on testing the team spirit and time management qualities of the  students.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place - Akhil Nair &  Darshan Ail, SIT, Mangaluru

2nd  place - Akash Lobo & Chirag I P, SJEC, Mangaluru


Department  of Electronics and Communication Engineering

The  Department of E&C conducted 5 events.

ANVESHA

This  was a technical paper presentation competition.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place: Sneha G N, Varshita P J (Alvas Institute of engineering and  technology)

2nd  place: Chaithanya S P, Haripriya R (Alvas Institute of engineering  and technology)


CRAZIOSTACKERS

The  event was semitechnical. The event consisted of 3 rounds which  included audio-visual questions, mathematical puzzles, general  knowledge and aptitude questions and a task, minute to minute task,  technical and memory games.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place - Mr Sai Sagar and team, SJEC, Mangaluru

2nd  place – Mr Ashish Bellur and team, SJEC, Mangaluru


TECH-KNACK

The  event consisted of 3 rounds which tested the participant’s  observation skills and knowledge on digital logic and coding.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place – Ms Akshatha and team, SJEC, Mangaluru

2nd  place – Mr  Shrijith P and team, SJEC, Mangaluru

 

LOOP  HOLE

The  event consisted of 3 rounds which included general knowledge quiz,  fun tasks and treasure hunt.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place - Mr Sandeep and team, SJEC, Mangaluru

2nd  place - Mr Darrel and team, SJEC, Mangaluru


aMAZEing  (MEGA EVENT)

Winners  of the event:

1st  place - Mr Vrashab R, Mr Winston Joel Sequeira, Mr Wilton Daniel  Pinto, SJEC, Mangaluru

2nd  place - Mr Akshay Kumar  and team, SJEC, Mangaluru

 

Department  of Basic Science

The  Department of Basic Science conducted 6 events.

TATVA

The  event was based on the principles of Physics consisting 4 rounds.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place: Mr Chetan Pinto, Ms Chrystle Pinto, SJEC, Mangaluru

2nd  place: Mr Raghavendra Bhat, Mr Siddhartha N, SJEC, Mangaluru


CHEMSTORM


This was a  project/model exhibition based on the theme “Science (Chemistry)  and Society”.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place: Mr Deepak Nayak, Mr Yahya Asadi, SMVITM, Bantakal

2nd  place: Mr Aldrich Rasquinha, Mr Bryan Caldeira, Mr Winston Pais  ,SJEC, Mangaluru


CHEMHUNT


This  was a treasure hunt event, which started from the chemistry lab, and  the hunt ended in the sports field finding the treasure.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place: Mr Royston D’Cunha, Mr Naveen Fernandes, Mr Prajwal UK,  SJEC, Mangaluru

2nd  place: Ms Katherine D’Souza, Ms Deeksha Rao, Ms Melanie D’Souza,  SJEC, Mangaluru


MATHART


This  was a Collage competition.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place – Ms Deekshtha,Ms Christal Lobo, Ms Greshal Shalma,  SJEC,Mangaluru

2nd  place –Ms Jaahnavi, Ms Elrica Neha Costa and Mr Jonathan Dsa  SJEC,Mangaluru


CHANAKYA (Mega  event – Quiz)

This  event tested the knowledge of the participants in Physics, Chemistry,  Mathematics, general knowledge, Current Affairs and engineering  field.

 

Winners  of the event:

1st  place: Mr Mohammad Sinan A S & Mr Sumanth Pai, SJEC, Mangaluru

2nd  place: Ms Zian Shafi & Ms Sharanya P, SJEC, Mangaluru


PRAYATNA

This  was a paper presentation competition.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place: Mr Astrid Jane Fernandes, SJEC, Mangaluru

2nd  place: Mr Akash Lobo G, SJEC, Mangaluru



Department  of MBA:

The  Department of Master of Business Administration conducted 3 events.


NEURON

The  event consisted of 3 rounds which included defending the  personalities given to them, creating their own product and promoting  it on Facebook and stress interview.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place: Ms Nishmitha Menezes, SDM College, Mangalore

2nd  place: Mr Adriel Fernandez  of SJEC, Mangaluru


NEBULUS

The  event consisted of 3 rounds which included face painting on the theme  “Global Warming”, making a short film on the theme TIARA-2018 and  presenting a PPT on a product.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place: Mr Adarsh M P and Mr Rohith K, SJEC, Mangaluru

2nd  place: Ms Tasniya and Ms Swathi M.S, SJEC, Mangaluru



NEXUS

The  event consisted of 3 rounds which included solving puzzles, guessing  the correct answer by connecting pictures, treasure hunt.

Winners  of the event:

1st  place: Mr Mythri & Ms Reena dsouza ,SJEC, Mangaluru

2nd  place: Ms Ashwika D.K. and Ms Nidhi S, SJEC, Mangaluru



Department  of Civil Engineering

The  Department of Civil Engineering conducted 4 events.


CENTRE  LINE MARKING

The  technical event was open for civil engineering students each team  with three participants. They were asked to mark the centre line on  the ground for the given plan. Judgement was based on the accuracy,  time taken and for the neatness.


Winners  of the event:

First  Place: Mr Jagadeesh, Mr Damodar Shenoy and Mr Rakshith R Shetty of  AIET Moodbidri

Second  Place: Mr Praveen S, Mr Thanesh Shetty and Mr Ashwath H of SSE Mukka


CID  (CIVIL INVESTIGATION DEPARTMENT)


The  event had two rounds, which included puzzles and solving a crime  scene.

Winners  of the event:

First  Place: Ms B Ishwarya, Mr Sayed Aseem and Mr Mohammed Salman Kachhi of  SJEC, Mangaluru

Second  Place: Mr Melroy D'Souza, Mr Madhusudhan and Mr Akarsh of SJEC,  Mangaluru


INNOVATIVE  MIND

This  was a paper presentation on the topic environmental aspects in  engineering or smart city.

EEE : Technical Seminar on Introduction to PYTHON

The sixth programme of Techathlon annual series hosted by the EELS association of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was a technical seminar on Introduction to Python Programming. The seminar was held at the E&E Seminar Hall for second year E&E students on 19th February, 2018 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.

Mr. Merryl D’Mello, Alumnus Batch 2007, Senior Consultant, Ardelis Tech., Bengaluru was the resource person. The importance of learning Python for better job opportunities was the focus of the seminar. The resource person provided details of important resources for learning Python Programming. The students were given a live demo on procuring internet data through web applications within a matter of seconds. The participants actively interacted with the resource person and showed interest in registering for a full-fledged Python workshop. The staff coordinators for this event included Dr Sheryl Colaco and Mr. Deepesh SK.

EEE : Technical Seminar on PLC and Drives

Technical seminar on PLC and Drives was the fifth event organized as part of the Techathlon series of events conducted by the EELS association from the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The event was conducted on 17th February, 2018 in the E&E Seminar Hall from 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM.

Mr Ajeya B, Alumnus from the batch of 2013, Engineer, Jindal Steels Pvt Ltd., Bellary was the resource person. The basics of PLC and its application in industrial manufacturing processes was the main highlight. The participants were given a live demo on industry based PLC software 'LOGOSOFT' from Schneider Electric. The students were also motivated to make use of the Micro PLC available in the department for their projects. The student appreciated this interactive session. The staff coordinators for this event were Dr Sheryl Colaco and Mr. Deepesh SK.

EEE : Technical Seminar on Personal Investments

EELS association organized a technical seminar on ‘Personal Investments’ as the fourth event in the Techathlon annual event series. This event was organized for the final year EEE students in  Fr Fred Memorial Hall on 16th February, 2018 from 9:15 AM to 12:00PM. The resource persons for the event included financial consultants Mr. Anil Pinto, Mr. Yonile D’Souza, & Ms.Swapna Shenoy, hailing from Mangalore.
The seminar highlighted the need for suitable financial planning along with career planning. The main topics of discussion included details on bank deposits, emergency funds, mutual funds and retirement plans. The students were made to understand the difference between insurance and investments. The student participants and faculty coordinators appreciated the knowledge imparted by the resource persons during this seminar. The staff coordinators included Dr Sheryl Colaco and Mr. Deepesh SK.

EEE : Technical Seminar on Entrepreneurial Skill Development

EELS association from the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering organized a technical seminar on ‘Entrepreneurial Skill Development’ as the third event in the Techathlon annual event series. This seminar was specially conducted of the final year students in the Fr Fred Memorial Hall on 14th February, 2018 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM.

The resource person for the event was Mr. K. Socrates, Dy. Director, MSME, Mangalore. The seminar was highly interactive, comprising of discussions on financial support for engineering graduates from MSME, motivation for start-ups by State & Central Governments and importance of Udyog Aadhaar. The students highly appreciated the content of the seminar and efforts of the resource person and faculty coordinators towards entrepreneurial guidance.  The staff coordinators for this event were Dr Sheryl Colaco, Mr. Deepesh SK and  Ms. Madhavi.

EEE: Technical Seminar on Electrical Design & Estimation

EELS association from the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering organized a technical seminar on  ‘Electrical Design & Estimation’ as the second event in the Techathlon annual event series.  This event was conducted on 13th February, 2018 from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM and was conducted in Power System Simulation Lab for first, second and third year EEE students.

Mr. Suhas Shenoy, Alumni from the batch of 2016, Engineer, SELCO Foundation, Manipal was the resource person for this event. The event consisted of three sessions where the first session focused on the basics of Solar Technology and projects based on Solar Energy. The second session consisted of a demonstration on industry based software 'ECODIAL' from Schneider Electric for electrical estimation. Solar design calculations for different case studies was conducted as part of the third session. These sessions were highly appreciated by the students as it provided them with core knowledge in the domain of Electrical Design & Estimation.  The staff coordinators for this event were Dr Sheryl Colaco and Mr. Deepesh SK.

EEE : Igniting Young Minds Towards Community Based Projects

EELS association belonging to the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering organized the second series of Techathlon events. The Techathlon events are hosted annually in the month of February prior to SJEC TIARA Technical Fest. The first event of Techathlon consisted of a workshop titled ‘Igniting Young Minds Towards Community Based Projects’. This event was exclusive for the first year E&E students and was conducted in the Fr Fred Memorial hall on 12th February, 2018 from 3:00 PM to 5:00 PM.

The resource person for the workshop was Mr. Alrick D’Souza, Project Lead, SELCO Foundation, Manipal. The workshop aimed at exploring new problem statements arising in the rural community in the domains of healthcare, water resources, tech-support, infrastructure etc. through brainstorming sessions. The student discussions yielded new ideas for problem solving in the rural domain which was well appreciated by the resource person and faculty coordinators. The students were trained on a step-by-step procedure in project management that included problem identification to the final product development for the benefit of rural India. The workshop was a learning experience for the first year students and aligned their thoughts towards the theme of 'Engineer for Society'. The faculty coordinators for this workshop were Dr Sheryl Colaco, Mr Deepesh SK & Mr Franco Menezes.

EEE : PRDC Power Preparation

EELS association from the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering organized a placement training programme titled ‘Power Preparation for PRDC Campus Drive’ as part of the Techathlon annual event series. The event was held at Lecture Hall 1103 for final year E&E students on 9th February, 2018 from 9:00 AM - 11:00 AM. The session focused on providing fundamental knowledge on transformers in induction machines, alternators, power system stability and load flow analysis. These topics were covered by Mr Deepesh K to enable the students to clear the online PRDC test. Knowledge on telephonic round and interview preparation skills were also shared with the students. 

EEE : Industrial Visit To Varahi

The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering organized an industrial visit to Varahi Hydro-Electric Project, Varahi on 8th March for the final year students. The visit aimed at enhancing knowledge & visualization of hydro-electric power plants.

Mr.Zaheer Ahmed, Asst. Engineer, KPCL, Varahi, welcomed the students and faculty. The blue print of the entire power plant along with a video was explained to the students by Mr.Zaheer. He stated that Varahi hydro power plant has an installed capacity of 230MW each at stage I and stage II, contributing a total of 1100MU annually. This consists of 4 x 115 MW generating units at Varahi underground powerhouse and two 4.5 MW units in the powerhouse at the Mani Dam site. The team also visited the Pickup dam. Additionally the practical aspects of SCADA control room were explained. The working of the entire power plant which included turbines, lubricants used, transformers, nozzle, buccholz relay etc. were explained in detail.

The visit helped the E&E students gain in-depth practical knowledge on generation, transmission, switchgear & protection devices. A total of 50 final year students participated in the industrial visit.

EEE : Workshop on Basics of Python Programming Language

A two-day workshop on ‘Basics of Python Programming Language’ was organized for the students of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering on 12th & 13th of January 2018. Mr Merryl D’Mello, Alumnus of the Batch of 2007 & Senior Consultant at Ardelis Tech was the resource person of the workshop.


Power System Simulation Laboratory belonging to the Department of E&E was the venue for the workshop. Four sessions were conducted per day, commencing at 9:30 AM & ending at 4:30 PM. On the first day of the workshop, session 1 consisted of ‘Installing Python Windows Editor’ and ‘Use of Python Resources’. Session 2 consisted of ‘General Python Programming Practices’ and training on ‘Printing & Display Commands in Python’. Session 3 had involved learning ‘Dictionaries, Strings and other Data Structures in Python’. Session 4 introduced ‘Decision Making Statements’ such as ‘while’ and if-else’.


On the second day, the first session focused on ‘For’ and ‘Nested-For’ statements. Sessions 2 and 3 enabled the participants to develop back-end programs required for a web application named ‘Income Expenses’. Session 4 focused on ‘Obtaining Online Data’ & the ‘Concept of Classes in Python’.


The participants and the staff coordinator appreciated the training sessions since it enabled them to attain fundamental skills on using Python language for developing web-based applications. At the end of the workshop Mr. Merryl D’Mello extended an offer of a free online internship program for a period of 15 days to the participants. 


Dr. Sheryl Colaco, Professor from the Department of E&E was the convener for the program and Mr Deepesh SK, Assistant Professor, from the Department of E&E was the coordinator for the program. 


EEE : FDP on Electrical Switchgear and Maintenance

The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering organized a three day National Level Faculty Development Programme on “Electrical Switchgear and Maintenance” from 14th to 16th December 2017. The resource persons for the FDP included Mr C H Ganapathi Bhat, Technical Consultant, Mysuru, Mr V Subramanian, Senior Faculty, L&T Switchgear Training Center, Coonoor and Mr K Vasudevan, Senior Manager, ETAP Automations Pvt. Ltd, Mumbai.

The objective of this FDP was to provide knowledge on state of the art technology in Switchgear and Protection Schemes. Give the audience a view of the industry maintenance practices and hands-on training in recent power system simulation tools as well as improve Industry-Institute interactions.


The inaugural function was conducted on 14th December, 2017 and was presided over by Rev. Fr Wilfred Prakash D’Souza, Director, SJEC. The event was inaugurated by lighting the lamp. FDP coordinator Mr Subramanya K, Assistant Professor, Department of E&E welcomed the gathering. The Chief Guest, Mr C H Ganapathi Bhat, delivered the keynote address. In his address, he stressed on the importance of developing hands-on skill in Electrical Machine Maintenance for reliable machine operation. FDP co-coordinator Mr Deepesh Kanchan, Assistant Professor, Department of E&E proposed the vote of thanks. The inaugural function was followed by a technical session that focused mainly on providing practical knowledge and hands-on training on Electrical Machine Maintenance. In the post lunch session the participants were given an overview of preventive and breakdown maintenance practices in Electrical Machines Lab. 

On 15th December 2017, Mr V Subramanian presented the importance of selection of short circuit protection devices and explained the concepts of Type 1 and Type 2 Coordination schemes. The Post lunch session consisted of an hands-on training with power system simulation software E-Tap by Mr K Vasudevan. The participants were trained on Short Circuit Analysis and Breaker Sizing in Power System Lab. On 16th December 2017, an industrial visit was organized to Karawali Switchgear Bikampady. Mr Dayesh Nayak, Design Engineer explained about the manufacturing of LT panels and the design procedure in cable routing and installation.

Participants for the FDP included both teaching faculty and laboratory staff from PACE Mangalore, SDMIT Ujire, KVGCE Sullia, MKIT Kundapur and SJEC Vamanjoor. The participants appreciated the organizing team for the informative training sessions and hospitality. The participants were presented with participation certificates at the end of the FDP.

EEE : Engineers Day Celebration

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering celebrated Engineers Day on the 27th of October, 2017. The department organized two events for the students as part of the celebration. 

The first event was named ‘High Tension’ and was conducted for the students of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at 1:30 pm. The event consisted of 5 rounds. Round 1 was an elimination round where 18 of the 95 participants qualified to participate in the next round. The second round was called 'Circuit Solving' where 18 participants were divided into 6 teams. 4 Teams qualified to take part in Round 3 -  'Balloon Blasting', Round 4 - 'Technical Dumb-Charades' and Round 5 - 'Object Collection based on the English Alphabet'. At the end of rounds three, four and five points were allotted to each team. At the end of the fifth round the team which secured the maximum points was declared as the winners and the second maximum as runners up. 

The second year E&E students organized the second event - ‘Technical Treasure Hunt’. A total of 30 teams consisting of 3 member each had participated in the event. An online elimination round was conducted using Google Forms and QR codes. The top 5 teams from the first round qualified to the next round. In the treasure hunt the participants had to find batteries for the wire loop and complete it. Prizes was awarded to 2 teams that completed the task in the shortest amount of time.

Ms Divya Pai and Ms Madhavi, Assistant Professor E&E congratulated the winners & distributed the prizes & certificates.


EEE : EELS Inauguration

The Inauguration of the Electrical & Electronics Student Association (EELS) was held on 25th October 2017 at 2:45pm in the Spoorthi Conference hall. Rev. Fr Wilfred Prakash D’Souza, Director, SJEC presided over the inaugural ceremony. Mr Preetham D’Souza, First Officer, Jet Airways graced the occasion as the Chief Guest. Guests of honor were Mr Glenn Noronha, Energy Specialist, United States Green Building Council, Rev. Fr Rohith D’Costa, Assistant Director, Dr Joseph Gonsalvis, Principal and Dr Rio D’Souza, Vice Principal, SJEC. Dr. Sheryl Grace Colaco, Head of the Department, Ms Chaithra Shetty, Staff Coordinator and Mr Sharath Kumar Shetty, Student Coordinator, EELS were the other dignitaries present on the dais.

The program began with a prayer song by the E&E students lead by Mr Alex Mathew and group. Mr Tejas Acharya, final year student welcomed the dignitaries and introduced the Chief Guest and Guests of Honor to the gathering. The EELS association was formally inaugurated by lighting the lamp.  Mr Sourabh C Rai, final year student presented the report of EELS association activities held during the academic year 2016-17. Mr Sharath Kumar Shetty, Student Coordinator, EELS proposed the action plan for the academic year 2017-18. The meritorious students who secured highest marks in each subject during the last academic year were presented with a Certificate of Merit, as a gesture of appreciation, Mr Preetham D’Souza, Mr Glenn Noronha, Rev. Fr Rohith D’Costa and Dr Rio D’Souza honored the meritorious students.

Mr Preetham D’Souza in his address, inspired students to stay focused on academics and have a strong foundation in the subject fundamentals, which will be the key-step for their success. He stressed on the importance of  honesty, hard work and the need to impart happiness to others. Mr Glenn Noronha shared his experience as a student and as a professional working in various places in India and abroad. He motivated students to stay focused on their goals. He advised the students to interact with their classmates in order to improve their communication skills, team spirit and peer learning, leading to the overall personality development of the student during college days. He added that students should be aware of recent advances in  technology, take up internships in industry, attend training programs and develop projects. 

Dr Joseph Gonsalvis, Principal, SJEC, motivated the students to take up new challenges and succeed in the same. Rev. Fr Wilfred Prakash D’Souza, Director, SJEC, in his presidential address, emphasized the need to develop good knowledge of the subject and to be updated with current trends in Electrical Engineering.

The guests were felicitated with a memento presented by the Director, Rev. Fr Wilfred Prakash D’Souza and Principal, Dr Joseph Gonsalvis. The formal event concluded with the vote of thanks delivered by Ms Dhanya, a final year student. Ms Florence Marriolla Pinto, final year student was the master of ceremony for the event. The formal inaugural function was followed by a technical talk on 'Building Information Modelling(BIM)' by the Chief Guest.

EEE : Technical Talk On “Building Information Modeling [BIM]-Future of Construction”

The EELS association conducted a technical talk on the topic ‘Building Information Modeling [BIM]-Future of Construction’ on 25th October 2017 from 3.30 pm to 5.00 pm in the Spoorthi Conference hall. The talk was delivered by Mr Glenn Noronha, Energy Specialist , United States Green Building Council and was intended for the 3rd, 5th & 7th Semester B.E, E&E Students.

The technical talk aimed at providing updated knowledge on BIM and its importance in the current construction field. The resource person elaborated on the topic and informed the audience that BIM is a process for creating and managing all the information on a building project – before, during and after construction. The output of this process is the Building Information Model, the digital description of every aspect of the built asset. He also added the importance of learning BIM in the present scenario while compared to the existing AUTOCAD tool that is being practiced in the industry. He stated that training on BIM could be taken up by the Mechanical, Electrical and Civil engineering students and also stated that student trained in this field are being paid highly by the industry.

The technical talk was interactive and well appreciated by all E&E students present.

EEE : Technical Seminar on “Transformers and Plant Maintenance” & “Industry Grade Digital Energy Meters”

As part of VACT activities, the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering organized two technical seminars on the  23rd September 2017, from 10:00 am to 12:00 pm in the E&E Seminar hall. The technical sessions were intended for the 3rd semester E&E students.

The first technical seminar titled ‘Transformers and Plant Maintenance’ was delivered by Mr Ramesh B Tantri, Engineer, Birla Chemicals, Karwar. The seminar aimed at providing holistic knowledge about Industry Grade Transformers & testing methods used for the same. The seminar gave the students in depth knowledge on transformer tappings, losses and efficiency calculations used by the industry. Focus on certification procedures and industry norms and practices was also stressed. The students appreciated the session and interacted with the resource person to gain more information about transformers and plant maintenance.

The second technical seminar titled 'Industry Grade Digital Energy Meters' was delivered by Mr Sreekesh Udupa, Engineer, L&T Metering, Mysuru. This seminar focused on providing recent knowledge on state of the art technology available with digital energy meters. Meters ranging from the one with a simple LCD display to one with sophisticated DSM technology manufactured by L&T were presented. The technical details of these sophisticated meters were also shared with the student audience. The students were highly appreciative and put forth a number of technical questions to the resource person.

EEE: Session on Technical Training with focus on GATE and other Competitive Exams

As a part of VACT activities, Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department organized a Technical Session for 3rd & 5th Semester EEE Students on 22nd August 2017 in Class Room 1103. The objective of this seminar was to improve the technical skillset so that the students will be able to prepare for GATE and other competitive exams in Electrical domain. Information about the public sector companies, IES and GATE exams was discussed with the students. During the interactive session, students are encouraged to gather more information and preparation process was discussed. In the first session, important concepts involving Electric Circuit were discussed. The present knowledge of the students in the particular concept was evaluated by an assessment test with 10 questions. The same questions were solved with multiple methods and shortcuts were told to the students to improve their analytical skills too. The seminar was appreciated by all the students and faculty members present on the occasion. Around 70 students attended the talk.

EEE-EELS: Guest Lecture on Basics of Bipolar Junction Transistor

Embracing the theme of VACT, EELS association conducted a guest lecture for 3rd & 5th Semester B.E Electrical and Electronics Engineering Students on 22nd August 2017 from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm in EEE Seminar Hall. The lecture on the topic Basics of Bipolar Junction Transistor was delivered by Prof Laxminidhi, Department of Electronics and Communication at NITK-Surathkal. The guest lecture aimed at providing knowledge on basic concepts in BJT circuits, characteristics and fundamentals of analysis.

The lecture inspired students towards analytical reasoning in the field of analogue electronics. The lecture was highly interactive and well appreciated by all the students present during the event.

EEE-EELS: Workshop on “Quantitative Aptitude”

Embracing the theme of VACT, EELS Association of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering conducted a workshop on Quantitative Aptitude for Second and Third year EEE students on 17th August 2017 between 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm in EEE Lecture Hall-1101. The workshop was conducted by Mr Deepesh S Kanchan, Assistant Professor - Department of EEE at SJEC. The topics covered during this workshop included: Time and Distance, Problem on ages, problem on Trains, Time and Work, Ratio and Proportion and problems on numbers. The workshop was highly interactive and well appreciated by all the students present for the workshop. This workshop aimed at providing preliminary knowledge on Quantitative Aptitude required for competitive exams.

EEE - IEEE: Workshop on PLC & SCADA

As a part of VACT, the Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering in association with IEEE-SJEC Student Chapter organized a One-Week Student Training Programme on Programmable Logic Controllers & SCADA for the Final Year EEE students from 14th August to 19th August 2017 in Electrical Seminar Hall. Mr Himanshu Kumar & Mr Amith Kumar Singh of Indwell Institute of Technology, Pune were the resource persons. The objective of the training programme was to create awareness on the practical aspects of PLC & SCADA in industrial automation and also to enhance the knowledge and skills of the students in the PLC domain. The training sessions focused mainly on providing theoretical knowledge and hands-on training on the PLC software. Every theory session was followed by a related hands-on session. Students had an opportunity to use Mitsubishi & Siemens PLC hardware during the practical sessions. Mini projects were demonstrated to the students and few modifications to these projects were done by the students during the hands-on sessions. The students were also given an overview of the development of SCADA & HMI for control applications. The theory & practical session were appreciated by the students. 

EEE – EELS: Seminar on Effects of Recreational Drugs in Institutes of Higher Educations

As a part of VACT activities EELS Association of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department organized a seminar for Second & Third Year EEE Students on 9th August 2017 in Fr Fred Seminar Hall. Mr Lanson Colaco, Ms Sabha Ali, Ms Shreya and Ms Siddhi, MBBS students of KVG Sullia were the resource persons for this event. The objective of this seminar was to create awareness among the youth on the types of illegal drugs and the consequences of their usage. During the interactive seminar, topics of discussion were: nature and availability of legal & illegal drugs such as cocaine, heroin, marijuana; elaboration on reasons why people use it; substance abuse and the subsequent health issues.

The students were made conscious of the health effects due to the consumption of alcohol, tobacco and recreational drugs on different parts of the body and how it leads to addiction. They conversed with audience on How to say “No to drugs”. Mr Lanson Colaco asked students to make friends and start talking with people to share their joys and sorrows so as to stay away from all recreational drugs. The seminar was appreciated by all the students and faculty members present on the occasion. Around 80 students attended the talk.

EEE - EELS: Motivational talk on Career Prospects for Engineers

As a part of VACT activities EELS association of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department organized a career guidance session for Second & Third Year EEE Students on 8th August 2017 in Fr. Fred Seminar Hall. Mr Alric D’Souza, Project Consultant, SELCO Foundation was the resource person. During his Talk Mr Alric shared his experience to sensitize the challenges faced by young audience on the current placement and the challenges during initial phase of their career. He advised the young audience to show patience during the first few years after graduation and be passionate about their work. He also advised them to be prepared to expect the unexpected and smartly sort out the professional issues with a clear mind. The talk was appreciated by all young students & faculty present on occasion. The talk ended by thanking the guest speaker for giving an insight on the topic. Around 70 students attended the talk.

NCSCC-17: Tutorial on IoT and Smart Environments by TCS at SJEC

A tutorial on Internet of Things IoT and Smart Environments by TCS – Bengaluru was organised at SJEC. The tutorial was part of the ongoing Two Days National Conference on Smart Computing and Control NCSCC-17. The tutorial was delivered by Dr Bighnaraj Panigrahi, Scientist at TCS Innovation Labs – Bengaluru. Internet of Things IoT is a widely applicable concept revolutionizing human interactions with the world around. It is a worldwide network of interconnected objects, uniquely addressable based on standard communication protocols. Dr Panigrahi explained the basic technology behind IoT and offered insights into IoT’s potential applications and research avenues that could be pursued at SJEC. Considering the recent initiative of Mangalore being declared India’s Start-up district by the GOI, IoT offers great opportunity for the young graduates at SJEC and Mangalore in general to develop innovations that will help Mangalore truly become a Smart City.

Dr Panigrahi began by describing the Internet of Things IoT as the next in line following the revolutionary invention of the Internet and Cellular networks. He mentioned that; heterogeneity, interoperability, intercommunication, and automation as the areas of influence of IoT. He provided the data of 1% of ‘things’ in the world are connected currently and from 10 billion things of today, around 50 billion things will be connected by 2020. Companies across the globe have invested 14 Trillion Dollars over the past 10 years on IoT, and this signifies the interest in IoT and its integration on human life in the future. From, Industrial Automation, Health Care, and Smart Homes, to Agriculture, Defence, and Smart Cities, IoT find applications everywhere. Research on IoT related technologies, such as, IoT devices, Network Architecture and Protocols, Fog Computing, Internet of Everything, and Security & Privacy, are currently being pursued worldwide. Dr Panigrahi also explained about the ongoing IoT related activities at TCS – Bengaluru and concluded with a video of a Smart Home demonstrating all the applications of IoT that were explained. 


NCSCC-17: Inauguration

NCSCC-17, a two days National Conference on Smart Computing and Control, jointly organized by Departments of Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Computer Applications of SJEC in association with Tata Consultancy Services – Bengaluru and Scientific and Academic Publishers – United States, was inaugurated on 29th June 2017 at 10:00 am, by Dr Anirban Basu, President of Computer Society of India.

Rev. Fr Wilfred Prakash D’Souza, Director – SJEC, presided over the inaugural ceremony. Rev. Fr Rohith D’Costa, Assistant  Director – SJEC, Dr Joseph Gonsalvis, Principal – SJEC, Dr Rio D’Souza, Vice Principal – SJEC, Ms Sridevi Saralaya, Conference Chair – NCSCC-17, along with Dr Sheryl Colaco, HOD of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Ms Sumangala N., HOD of Computer Applications were present on the dais.

Dr Anirban Basu, who graced the occasion as the Chief Guest, in his address mentioned that, with an easy access to sensors, there is more scope for IOT based projects in India. He spoke about the idea of smart cities in the Indian context and the policies put forth by the Indian Government on IOT. He also highlighted the importance of data analytics in the context of big data and the various issues in classifying and clustering big data.

Rev. Fr Wilfred Prakash D’Souza appreciated the Departments for taking initiative in conducting this National Conference and suggested to use technologies in a smarter way. Dr Joseph Gonsalvis spoke about the necessity of integrating technologies to aid research and development activities. Dr Rio D'Souza, Professor and Head, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, welcomed the dignitaries and introduced the Chief Guest to the gathering. Ms Sridevi Saralaya, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science & Engineering and Conference Chair of NCSCC-2017, briefed about the conference.

Dr Sheryl Grace Colaco, Professor and Head, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering and Organizing Chair of NCSCC-2017 conveyed the vote of thanks.

The inaugural ceremony was followed by the Keynote Address by Dr Anirban Basu on IoT and Big Data Analytics

NCSCC-17: Final Report

The Departments of Computer Science and Engineering, Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Computer Applications of SJEC in association with Tata Consultancy Services – Bengaluru and Scientific and Academic Publishers – United States organized a two days National Conference on Smart Computing and Control NCSCC-17, on 29 - 30 June 2017. The conference was well attended by eminent academicians, faculty members and students from reputed technical and educational institutions from different parts of the country.

 

The conference was inaugurated by the Chief Guest, Dr Anirban Basu, President of Computer Society of India, on 29th June 2017 at 9:30 am. Dr Anirban Basu released the proceedings of the conference and delivered the keynote address on 'IoT and Big Data Analytics'. In his address, Dr Basu mentioned that, with an easy access to sensors, there is more scope for IOT based projects in India. He spoke about the idea of smart cities in the Indian context and the policies put forth by the Indian Government on IOT.  He also highlighted the importance of data analytics in the context of big data and the various issues in classifying and clustering big data.

 

Rev. Fr Wilfred Prakash D'Souza, Director - SJEC presided over the function and appreciated the Departments for taking initiation in conducting this National Conference. Dr Joseph Gonsalvis, Principal-SJEC spoke about the necessity of integrating technologies to aid research and development activities. Dr Rio D'Souza, Vice Principal and Head of the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, welcomed the dignitaries and introduced the Chief Guest to the gathering. Ms Sridevi Saralaya, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering and Conference Chair of NCSCC 2017, gave an overview of the conference.

 

The technical session titled Communication Network & Internet Technology was conducted on the first day of the conference at 2:00 pm at the Spoorthi Conference Hall, Academic Block III. The session was chaired by Dr Pushparaj Shetty D, Assistant Professor, Department of Mathematical and Computational Sciences, NITK - Surathkal and Co-Chaired by Ms Sunitha Guruprasad, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering-SJEC. Six papers were presented during the session. The paper titled Development of Android based application ASKresults by Gopika G, K K Gayathri Ramesh, Kripa M L, Likitha U B, Shashidhara Kulal and Alwyn Edison Mendonca of Srinivas Institute of Technology, Mangaluru won the best paper award.

 

The second session titled Power Electronics drives & Energy Management Systems was conducted simultaneously at Fr Fred Memorial Hall, Academic Block I. The session was chaired by Dr Rajalakshmi Samaga B L, Professor and Head, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Canara Engineering College, Mangaluru and co-chaired by Dr Sheryl Grace Colaco, Professor and Head, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering - SJEC. Ten papers were presented during this session. The paper titled Superlative Vehicle by Oliver Lester Saldanha, Jackson Ivan D’Souza, Puneeth G Suvarna,Theju kumar JP, Sheryl Grace Colaco of SJEC was awarded the best paper.

 

The proceedings on the second day started with a tutorial on 'IoT and Smart Environments' by Dr Bighnaraj Panigrahi, Scientist, TCS Research & Innovations, Bengaluru.  Dr Bighnaraj in his address traced the evolution of IoT from Wireless sensor Networks and briefly presented the history of IoT, its architecture, IoT applications and networking for IoT.  Dr Panigrahi also explained about the ongoing IoT related activities at TCS – Bengaluru and concluded with a video of a Smart Home demonstrating all the applications of IoT that were explained.

The tutorial was followed by the third technical session titled 'Intelligent Systems and Knowledge Management'. The session started at 11:00 a.m at Spoorthi Conference Hall, Academic Block III. The session was chaired by Dr Radhika M Pai, Professor, Department of Information and Communication Technology, MIT - Manipal and co-chaired by Ms Sumangala, Assistant Professor and In-charge HOD, Department of Computer Applications, at SJEC. Ten presentations were made during the session and the best paper award was won by the paper titled Smart Cane for the visually impaired by Muriel Pinto, Veena Parvathi, Sheetal Malagi, Denzil Rose, Ajinthajaya Kumar M K of SJEC.

 

The final session on Smart Environments started at 2:00 pm at Fr Fred Memorial Hall, Academic Block I. The session was chaired by Dr Thyagaraju G S, Professor and Head, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, SDMIT, Ujire and co-chaired by Mr Shreenath Acharya, Assistant Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering - SJEC. Fourteen participants presented their paper during this session. Best paper award was given to the paper titled Portable Functional electrical stimulator for post-stroke: An emerging rehabilitation tool for stroke patients by Rahul V A, Subramanya K, Ajithanjaya M K of SJEC.

 

This conference provided a platform to all the researchers, faculty members and students across the country to share their ideas and research in the emerging fields of Smart Computing and Controls. Dr Sheryl Grace Colaco, Professor and Head, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and the Organizing Chair of NCSCC 2017 conveyed the vote of thanks


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