About Electrical Engineering Department

Electrical Engineering is a Mother branch of various engineering disciplines. It makes the students familiar with the electrical machinery and gives an overview of Generation, Transmission & Distribution of electrical energy. The curriculum is enriched by practical and theoretical knowledge related to all fields. Department offers training with an eye on the modern developments in Electrical field. During 3 years course, student is exposed to the employment in electricity Boards, electrical component & equipment manufacturers, and fundamental electrical circuits & the techniques that are used in Analyzing & Developing Advanced Circuits like Microprocessor & Microcontroller.

Student also learn to test various electrical equipment with their various applications. The department has well qualified and experienced staff supported with well equipped Laboratories. The department takes part in sponsored projects, arranging industrial visit, conducting Guest lectures. Electrical Diploma engineers can gain power generation & distribution companies.

During the past 7 years, the department has acquired good reputation for campus discipline, open and transparent administration, high academic standard, credible examination system and best form for sports and extracurricular activities enriching the personality of students. The quality of the department will going to acknowledged at national level too by National Accreditation Board (NBA). The department has been progressing towards internalizing a quality culture and institutionalizing its best practices.

In a nut shell, electrical dept. GGSP is the first choice for students for its enabling environment.

Vision

Department is striving for excellence in providing scientific and technical education, to develop intellectual, innovative and quality Electrical engineers and prepare them to face challenges of modern society.

Mission

  • To contribute in providing high, accessible, affordable and quality education.

  • To benchmark with the best global standards of quality education.

  • To engage & motivate students through stimulating & collaborative experiences.

  • To enhance the commitment of faculty, staff, and students to the centrality of diversity, social justice, and democratic citizenship

  • To implement innovative practices for improving the quality of program.

PROGRAMME OUTCCOME (POs)

The Polytechnic pass out will be able to

a. Basic Knowledge :-

Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and concepts of electrical engineering in dealing with routine situations such as manufacturing, Testing, Calibration, Installation & maintenance of Electrical Appliances.(Application of fundamental)

b. Discipline Knowledge:-

Troubleshoot/Solve problems in electrical circuits, equipment such as transformer, AC motor, DC Motor.

c. Experiments and practice:-

Analyze the problems by conducting experiments on electrical circuits & machines.

d. Engineering Tools:

Use of electrical equipment s, instruments , modern tools and updated techniques of Industrial and system engineering throughout their professional careers.

e. The engineer and society:

Implement electrical engineering projects considering economics, safety, environmental & social dimension.

f. Environment and sustainability:

Adhere to professional ethics, social norms, environmental laws, safety rules while discharging duties.

g. Ethics:-

Observe professional and ethical code of conduct while discharging duties and responsibilities as a supervisor in electrical industries and organizations.

h. Individual and team work:-

Contribute as a member of a multi-disciplinary team to implement electrical projects such as generation, transmission & distribution.

i. Communication:-

Communicate effectively reports, proposals and plans both orally and in writing.

j. Life-long learning:-

Deal with contemporary issues arising out of changing technical scenario through life-long learning activities.

 

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVE (PEOs)

Program will prepare students ..

  1. To peruse career in production, maintenance, quality assurance, testing, marketing, power system, energy audit etc.
  2. To apply technical and intellectual capabilities to become competent electrical operator/technician.
  3. To apply fundamentals of Basic Science, Behavioral Science and Electrical Engineering to analyze, synthesize electrical circuits, algorithms and complex problems.
  4. To lead cross-functional teams, upholding the professional responsibilities & ethical values.
  5. To improve technical capabilities in the field of electrical engineering and for the need of society through life-long learning.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

  1. Prepare electrical layouts of residential, Commercial and Industrial areas with estimation and costing.
  2. Perform various duties allotted in Electrical Power system sector.
  3. Ability to use various instruments and equipment for measurement of various electrical parameters.
  4. Ability to analyze and solve various problems in Electrical system by considering IE rules.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Teaching Faculty With Effect from July 2018
Sr.No.Name of StaffDesignationSpecializationQualificationExperience
1Mr. S.M.MoreH.O.D.Power SystemM.E.11.5 YEAR
2Mrs. A. R.ShandilyaLecturerDigital  CommM.tech7.5 YEAR
3Mr. Sanket WankhedeLecturerElectrical-Power SystemB.E5 YEAR
4D.R.DhagateLecturerElectricalB.E3.5 YEAR
5 R.S. KadamLecturerElectricalB.E2.5 YEAR
6Ms. P.K.ChowdharyLecturerElectricalB.E 1.7 YEAR
7Mr. P.K.MeghrajaniLecturerControl SystemM.E0.0 YEAR

 

NON TEACHING (For Year 2018-19)

 

Sr.No.Name of StaffDesignationSpecializationQualificationExperience
1H.R.PathanLab AssistantITI , DEEB.E. Appeared3.7 YEAR
2V.Y.PatilLab AssistantDEE,BEEDiploma1 YEAR

          Summer 2018

Third Year

RANKNAME OF STUDENTPercentage
1RAUT YASH MAHESH91.13
2PATIL ANIKET CHHAGAN81.88
3SAYYED ALIZA RASHID80.63

   Second Year

RANKNAME OF STUDENTPercentage
1SAYYAD  SHIFA  MUZAFFAR85.65
2PORJE  SHRADDHA  KAILAS84.24
3TARLE PRATIKSHA SUBHASH81.53

         

         Summer 2018

Third Year

RANKNAME OF STUDENTPercentage
1PAGARE MANSI JAGDISH89.76
2BAGUL SHIVAM NANDKISHOR89.25
3WAGH KETAN SOMNATH86.36

Second Year  

RANKNAME OF STUDENTPercentage
1SAYYAD  SHIFA  MUZAFFAR90.59
2PORJE  SHRADDHA  KAILAS87.53
3TARLE PRATIKSHA SUBHASH85.65

First Year 

RankName of StudentPercentage
1RAUT YASH MAHESH89.75
2PATIL ANIKET CHHAGAN81.12
3DESAI RENUKA VASUDEVRAO81

     

                                                  Winter 2017

Third Year :

RANKNAME OF STUDENT%
1PAGARE  MANSI  JAGDISH90.47
2BAGUL  SHIVAM  NANDKISHOR85.06
WAGH  KETAN  SOMNATH85.06
3KSHIRSAGAR  TEJAS  SURESH84.24

 

Second Year :

RANKNAME OF STUDENTPercentage
1SAYYAD  SHIFA  MUZAFFAR94.94
2PORJE  SHRADDHA  KAILAS88.35
3SHELKE  SHUBHAM  SANJAY87.41

 SUMMER 2017

Third Year :

Sr.No.Name Of StudentPercentage
1BHOKARE KRISHNA RAJESH82.97 %
2MANDEKAR KALYANI SUBHASH82.30 %
3GHODKE SURAJ DINESH81.58 %

Second Year :

Sr.No.Name Of StudentPercentage
1WAGH KETAN SOMNATH83.65 %
2KSHIRSAGAR TEJAS SURESH82.82 %
3BAGUL SHIVAM NANDKISHOR82.47 %

First Year :

Sr.No.Name Of StudentPercentage
1SAYYAD SHIFA MUZAFFAR93.47 %
2SHELKE SHUBHAM SANJAY83.73 %
3SHINDE RUCHA HEMANT82.93 %

 

WINTER 2016

Third Year :

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1Krishna Bhokare81.65
2Mandekar Kalyani80.82
3Suraj Ghodke78.94

Second Year :

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1Ketan Wagh 75.18
2Kshirsagar Tejas 73.76
2Deepti Shirsath 73.76
3Shital Lachke 73.53

First Year

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1 Sayyad Shifa 92.31
2 Shinde Rucha 90.00
3 Shelke Shubham 82.46

 

SUMMER 2016

Third Year :

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1AHIRE APURVA KAILAS89.41
2RAJLAXMI SHRIKANT SHELKE86.70
3SHELKE RUPESH BALASAHEB82.47

Second Year :

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1GHODKE SURAJ DINESH79.88
2BHOKARE KRISHNA RAJESH78.35
3BONDE SAMEER PANDIT75.77

First Year

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1PAGARE MANASI79.20
2LACHAKE SHITAL SHAMRAO75.73
3DIPTI SHIRSATH74.93

 

WINTER 2015

Third Year :

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1AHIRE APURVA KAILAS89.41
2RAJLAXMI SHRIKANT SHELKE86.70
3SHELKE RUPESH BALASAHEB82.47

Second Year :

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1BHOKARE KRISHNA85.41
2GHODKE SURAJ83.41
3KALYANI MANDEKAR82.12

First Year

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1SAID SHRADDHA BABAN83.23
2NIKAM SAMRUDDHI MAHENDRA82.77
3SHIRSATH DEEPTI VIJAY82.62

SUMMER 2015

Third Year :

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1KULKARNI NISHIGANDHA91.39
2DHEMSHE SWAPNALI72.50
3SHINDE MANJIRI SUNIL71.62

Second Year :

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1AHIRE APURVA83.77
2SHELKE RAJLAKSHMI81.88
3PAWAR ABHISHEK & JAGTAP ASHWINI77.41

First Year

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1HANDORE ASHWINI84.87
2SHAIKH ASHNA82.12
3MISHRA KOMAL80.5

 

WINTER 2014

Third Year :

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1KULKARNI NISHIGANDHA93.41
2SHINDE MANJIRI81.41
3MAHAJAN AKASH80.71

Second Year :

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1AHIRE APURVA87.41
2JAGTAP ASHWINI86.82
3PAWAR ABHISHEK83.65

First Year

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1HANDORE ASHWINI CHHABURAO84.46
2SHAIKH ANAM ILIYAS82.77
3SHAIKH ASHNA JAVED81.38

 

SUMMER 2014

Third Year :

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1SAYED ARSHIYA86.12
2CHAUDHARI CHAITALI PRAMOD84.94
3SHINDE GANESH83.76

Second Year :

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1KULKARNI NISHIGANDHA92.6
2DEMSE SWAPNALI83.3
3SHINDE MANJIRI SUNIL76.8

First Year

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1AHIRE APURVA KAILAS88.13
2SHELKE RAJLAXMI SHRIKANT86.40
3JAGTAP ASHWINI82.27

 

WINTER 2013

Third Year :

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
SAYED ARSHIYA85.81
GADHVE KUNAL GORAKHNATH84.48
CHAUDHARI CHAITALI PRAMOD83.87

Second Year :

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
KULKARNI NISHIGANDHA89.80
DEMSE SWAPNALI83.53
MAHAJAN AKSHAY77.41

First Year

 

Sr. NoName of StudentPercentage
1AHIRE APURVA KAILAS87.23
2SHELKE RAJLAXMI SHRIKANT87.08
3CHAUDHARI GUNJAN S. / JAGTAP ASHWINI81.23
Sr. No.Name of IndustryDuration
1SAT-COM Skill CentreLife Time
2Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Ltd. Nashik2016-17
Academic Year: 2018-19
Sr.NoName of StaffTopic of Training
VenueDuration
1S.M.MoreFaculty Development ProgramGuru Gobind Singh Polytechnic, Nashik10/12/2018 to 14/12/2018
2S.M.MoreIndian Science ConferenceJalandar, Punjab03/01/2019 to 07/01/2019
3A.R.ShandilyaFaculty Development ProgramGuru Gobind Singh Polytechnic, Nashik10/12/2018 to 14/12/2018
4S.R.WankhadeFaculty Development Program   Aurangabad07/01/2019 to 11/01/2019
Academic Year: 2017-18
Sr.NoName of StaffTopic of Training
VenueDuration
1Mr.S.M.MoreFaculty Development Program on Internet of Things & Use cases: Practical PerspectiveElectronics & ICT Academy National Institute of Technology, Warangal, Telangana State26/04/2018  to 31/04/2018
2Mr.S.M.MoreBasics of LV Switchgear, SiemensGuru Gobind Singh College of Engineering & Research Centre, Nashik09/01/2018  to 13/01/2018
3Ms. R.S.KadamBasics of LV Switchgear, SiemensGuru Gobind Singh College of Engineering & Research Centre, Nashik09/01/2018  to 13/01/2018
4Ms. P.K.ChowdharyBasics of LV Switchgear, SiemensGuru Gobind Singh College of Engineering & Research Centre, Nashik09/01/2018  to 13/01/2018
5Mr. G.H.ShindeBasics of LV Switchgear, SiemensGuru Gobind Singh College of Engineering & Research Centre, Nashik09/01/2018  to 13/01/2018
6Ms. R.S.KadamPower Plant FamiliarizationReliance Infra.Ltd., Dahanu Thermal Power Station, Dahanu15/06/2017 to 17/06/2017
Academic Year: 2016-17
Sr.NoName of StaffTopic of Training
VenueDuration
1Mr.A.B.ManghaleInduction Phase-IGGSP Nashik06/06/2016 to 18/06/2016
2Ms.H.A.BadgujarInduction Phase-IGGSP Nashik06/06/2016 to 18/06/2016
3Mr.S.D.BhorFaculty Development ProgramKEC International Ltd. Nagpur22/06/2016 to 24/06/2016
4Ms.R.R.DevareFaculty Development ProgramL & T Mumbai22/06/2016 to 24/06/2016
5Mr.S.R.NandanFaculty Development ProgramL & T Mumbai22/06/2016 to 24/06/2016
6Mr.S.M.MoreIndustrial TrainingCrompton Greaves21/08/2016 to 22/08/2016
7Ms. D.R.DhagateSTTP on SwitchgearL & T Pune29/08/2016 to 02/09/2016
8Ms.V.S.KhuleSTTP on SwitchgearL & T Pune29/08/2016 to 02/09/2016
9Ms.V.S.KhuleFaculty Development ProgramK.K.Wagh Polytechnic, Nashik02/01/2017 to 06/01/2017
10Ms. D.R.DhagateFDP on Energy Conservation and ManagementGovernment Polytechnic, Nashik18/03/2017
11Mr.S.M.MoreFDP on Energy Conservation and ManagementGovernment Polytechnic, Nashik18/03/2017
12Ms. R.S.KadamFDP on PLC and SCADAMahaveer Polytechnic, Nashik03/01/2017 to 07/01/2017