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Information

 

Instrumentation Course started in 1993. The department is well established and number of post-graduates & well experienced faculty member in the Dept.

Departmental laboratories are spacious and adequately equipped. Labs are being upgraded continuously with latest state of art equipments. It organizes Industrial visits for practical knowledge of students. It sponsors the staff members for higher studies and Research work. It has started ISA STUDENT CHAPTER to avail the benefits of advanced course material and information to upgrade the students to current trends and technologies in industry.

Instrumentation Engineering means the applications of measurement and control for Process equipments. Design of instruments and their applications are two inherent aspects in Instrumentation. Further, installation, commissioning and maintenance of Instrumentation systems are integral part of Instrumentation Engineering. Instrumentation Engineers are the lead persons for Automation and Control.

The competition due to globalization has resulted in better process control, optimum utilization of resources & higher level of automation in all industry sectors. The demand for automation is increasing day by day. To face these challenges, competent Instrumentation and control engineers are required. A highly interdisciplinary branch covers major aspects of chemical, Electronics, mechanical and electrical fundamentals.

Tools required for the automation e.g. DCS, PLC, SCADA, Sensors, Controllers are covered under the curriculum of Instrumentation Engineering. Instrumentation includes electronic, pneumatic, and hydraulic instrumentation systems as well will be studied. Computerized controls are used at a very large scale in process industries, refineries, petrochemical industries and many more. Biomedical Instrumentation is also an important subject in instrumentation.

Vision :
 

 

  • To create competent, employable instrumentation engineers with ethical values.

 

Mission :
 

 

  • To deliver outcome based Quality education.
  • To cultivate culture of analyzing multidisciplinary problems and provide solution.
  • To develop automation professionals to cater industrial needs with ethical values.

 

 

Program Educational Objectives :
 

 

 

  • To Provide foundation for graduates to apply concepts of mathematics, science and computing in Instrumentation Engineering.
  • To equip the graduates to have a successful career in designing, manufacturing, service and maintenance to meet industrial needs.
  • To enhance effective communication and manage resources as members and leaders of the professional teams.

 

 

Program Specific Outcomes :
 

Graduates will be able to:

  • Analyze, Design, testing, installation and maintenance of Instrumentation and automation systems for industrial applications.
  • Analyze and develop project documentation and execution methods.
  • Use software for designing, controlling and simulation of industrial process Applications.

 

Head Of Department

The electrical engineering started in 1996, The department is well established with good number of post-graduates & well experienced faculty member in the Dept. Prof. Deepak M. Sajnekar is the Head of Electrical Department.The department moves with a vision to produce competent and disciplined Electrical Engineers. The faculty members have specialized in major areas like Power System, Power Electronics, Control Systems and Electrical Machines.

ELECTRICAL-HOD

Prof. Deepak M. Sajnekar

Departmental laboratories are spacious and adequately equipped. Department is conducting Industrial visit & technical seminars from time to time to upgrade the knowledge of students and staffs. Also the department is sponsoring the staff members for higher studies and Research work. Department has good co-ordination between staff and students.Electrical Engineering is one of the core branches of engineering studies.

About Course details:

Most of the branches like Electronics and Telecommunication Engineering, Computer Science and Engineering, Applied Electronics, Electronics and Instrumentation, Information Technology have been emerged as a specialization from Electrical Engineering.

The major thrust in this course is related to the basic principles and detailed analysis of different types of equipment's and systems for generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of Electrical Energy. The course also covers the study of electronic devices and circuits involved in measurement, instrumentation, control and protection of electrical equipment's and conversion systems. Concept of computer and recent applications of computer based systems in design, analysis and efficient operation of power system, maintaining quality and security also included in the course.

Career Opportunities :

Electrical graduates are employed in Electricity Boards/Utility companies and large industries as engineers and managers, responsible for installation, maintenance, operation of power handling equipments and systems.

Industries manufacturing large electrical machines and equipment's employ engineers in design, production and testing. Educational Institutions and Research establishments recruit electrical engineers as faculty and scientists.

The Electrical Engineering degree program prepares the graduates to enter a dynamic and rapidly changing field with career opportunities in Electrical Power, Integrated circuits, Robotics and Control. The demand for electric power is increasing rapidly and there by the electrical engineers are in great demand to meet the requirements. Electrical engineers are mainly employed in industries manufacturing electrical components and accessories, research and development department which work in energy saving devices and systems.

During the B. E. programme, the Electrical Engineers develop analytical skills and reasoning power along with computer knowledge and programming skills. This facilitates them to acquire employment also as software professionals. With little extra input, an Electrical Engineering graduate can easily find place in any area of Information Technology, which is the potential job market at present.

List of laboratory:
  • Electrical Machine Lab
  • Power Electronic / Basic Electronic Lab
  • Electrical Measurement Lab / EII Lab
  • B.E.E Lab / ADIC Lab
  • Computer Lab

Course Details

 

 

Second Year Instrumentation Engineering Rev -2012
 
Sr. No. SEMESTER-III SEMESTER-IV
1 Applied Mathematics-III Applied Mathematics IV
2 Electrical Network Analysis and Synthesis Feedback Control System
3 Analog Electronics Electrical Technology and Instruments
4 Digital Electronics Communication Systems
5 Transducers-I Transducers-II
6 Object oriented programming and methodology Application Software Practices


Third Year Instrumentation Engineering Rev -2012
 
Sr. No. SEMESTER-V SEMESTER-VI
1 Signals and Systems Process Instrumentation Systems
2 Applications of Micro controller-I Power Electronics and Drives
3 Control System Components Digital Signal Processing
4 Control System Design Applications of Micro controller II
5 Signal Conditioning Circuit Design Industrial Data Communication
6 Business Communication and Ethics Analytical Instrumentation


Final Year Instrumentation Engineering Rev -2012
 
Sr. No. SEMESTER-VII SEMESTER-VIII
1 Industrial Process Control Digital Control System Digital Control System
2 Biomedical Instrumentation Instrumentation Project Documentation and Execution
3 Advanced Control Systems Instrument and System Design
4 Process Automation  
5 Project-I Project-II
6 Elective-I
1. Advanced Embedded Systems
2. Functional Safety
3. Process Modeling and Optimization
4. Image Processing
5. Wireless Communication
Elective II
1. Fiber Optic Instrumentation
2. Power Plant Instrumentation
3. Optimal Control Theory
4. Nuclear Instrumentation
5. Nano Technology

 

Current Project

Sr. No Name of student Name of the project
1 Shital Patil
Anwari Shaikh
Jaydeep Biswas
Sanket Hankare
Variable Frequency Drive Design & Implementation
2 Nitin Sharma
Harikant Koshta
Vighnesh Eessaki
Sayyad Tanveer
Abhinav Paul
Unified Power Factor Control Design & Implementation.
3 Jashmin Shaikh
Medha Saha
Sachin Kharat
Yogesh Sonawane
Salam Farooqui
ANN Based Distance Calculation For underground Cable Fault.
4 Mohatseem Jalgaonkar
Bhakti Kurhade
Manali Lingayat
Joyeeta Sharma
Simulation Of 25kv Ac Railway Traction System
5 Anurag Sharma
Arunkumar Morya
Manish Bhardwaj
Shreetej Ghodekar
Reju Raju
Online Monitoring & Fault Identification System for transformer
6 Prashant Dalavi
Vinit Kambali
Pratik Kambale
Digvijay Kamthane
Optimal Power Flow Solution Under Variable Load Condition
7 Swapnil Sawant
Parth Patel
Piyush Barhate
Shripad Kulkarni
ANN Based Identification Of Magnetizing Inrush Current Of Power Transformer
8 Akshay Temghare
Ashish Amburle
Avadhoot Mane
Ashwini Avhad
Modeling &Simulation Of variable frequency transformer
9 Akshay Temghare
Ashish Amburle
Avadhoot Mane
Ashwini Avhad
Modeling &Simulation Of variable frequency transformer
10 Akshay Temghare
Ashish Amburle
Avadhoot Mane
Ashwini Avhad
Modeling &Simulation Of variable frequency transformer
11 Amar Gayakwad
Ajinkya Kumbhar
Parag Gayakwad
Kunal Mhatre
Speed Control Of Induction Motor through Mobile Phone.
12 Rakesh Gawade
Deepak Soni
Saurabh Chaudhari
Sanket Agrawal
Tauseef Ansari
Ac Motor Speed Control Using Power Triac
13 Sawthy Pillai
Pallavi Jadhav
Megha Pillai
Vaishali Kamble
Modeling & Simulation Of Variable Frequency Speed Regulation Vector Control System Of Im Based On Matlab.
14 Saptesh Pandit
Nilam Kurne
Niranjan Deodhar
Prasad Chaudhari
Design & Simulation Of Sine Wave Inverter with variable voltage & Variable frequency.
15 Nikhil Patne
Uddhav Pawar
Sushant Angre
Salman Khan
Piyush Gudhade
Analysis in VSI fed induction motor drive using using PWM & FFT Technique.
16 Vinayak Nevse
Wahab Ansari
Ganesh Deshmukh
Pawan Tiwari
Nikhil Patil
Multifunction Induction Motor Design

Event

Seminar on Innovation Culture in Institute Seminar on Innovation Culture in Institute

Faculties and students of SIGCE & RGCMS attended seminar on innovation culture in institute conducted on 11th Jan 2019 by Porf. K.V Talale SPIT Mumbai.
Mr. Talale explained about importance of entrepreneurship cell. He further explained various ways for developing innovation culture such as organizing idea competition ,project competition. He put lights on how to identify patentable projects ,he gave overview of drafting patent .The session was really informative and helpful to faculties for guiding the projects.




Inauguration & guidance seminar- Embedded &Power Electronics Club

Date :15/03/19
Venue :Seminar hall-602
Resource Person :Prof.S.D.GAIKWAD
No. of attendee 20

Second year and third year student of Instrumentation department, SIGCE attended inauguration function of Embedded &Power Electronics Lab On 15/03/19. Prof S.D. Gaikwad guided students , He explained innovation and opportunities in embedded and power electronics lab ,he motivated students to work on new ideas in this field


Faculty

 
Sr. No. Name DESIGNATION QUALIFICATION EXPERIENCE
1 MR. GAIKWAD S. D. ASSO. PROFESSOR BE, ME PHD PURSING 20 Years
2 MR. JOSHI NISHANT ASST. PROFESSOR BE, MTECH 19 Years
3 MR. NIMBALKAR SATISH ASST. PROFESSOR BE, ME(BIOMEDICAL) 18 Years
4 MS. BHARAMBE SUWARNA S. ASST. PROFESSOR BE.ME 12 Years
5 MS. HATKAR MANISHA ASST. PROFESSOR BE.ME(ELECTRINOCS) 11 Years
6 MRS. KANTEKAR ASHA K. ASST. PROFESSOR BE.ME(ELECTRINOCS) 11 Years
7 MR.YADAV HRISHIKESH ASST. PROFESSOR BE,ME(INSTRU) 10 Years
8 MR. PAWAR U.V. ASST. PROFESSOR BE,ME(INSTRU) 9 Years
9 MR. NANDESHWAR VIKAS J. ASST. PROFESSOR BE,ME(INSTRU) 5 Years
10 MS. BANDI BHANUMATI B. ASST. PROFESSOR BE.ME 5 Years
11 MS. BHOSALE KANCHAN ASST. PROFESSOR ASST. PROFESSOR 3 years
12 MS. RASIKA SHINTRE ASST. PROFESSOR BE.ME COMP 4.5 Years
13 MS. SWATI BOTLA ASST. PROFESSOR BE.ME 1 Years

Laboratories

 

The Department is equipped with the State-of-Art infrastructure and software's. Laboratories with latest configuration PC are connected in LAN. Relevant software's are installed and made available to the students for proper understanding and learning of the subjects. Thus leaving them equipped with knowledge that builds their skills.

 

Lab Name: Basic computing
Lab In charge: Mrs Sonali Deshpande
 
Details of Resources & Equipments :This lab provides facility to students to learn programming languages and do practicals on C, C++, JAVA .
The lab has following facilities
Operating System Software - Microsoft Windows XP Professional service pack 2.
Server - Microsoft Windows 2003 Server
Software's " Microsoft Office 2003, Turbo C++ Suite, Adobe Acrobat, Turbo C Suite, JAVA, Turbo Assembler
Lab is spacious can accommodate 20 students with individual computers. Students can perform practicals for the subjects like :
Data Structures & Files (sem III), Analysis Of Algorithms(sem IV), MP(sem-V), SS(sem- VII) , AMP(sem- VI)
 
Lab Name: LINUX LAB
Lab In charge: Mrs Smita Makade
 
Details of Resources & Equipment's:The lab is fully equipped with following resources
Operating System Software - Microsoft Windows XP Professional
Server - Microsoft Windows 2003 Server
Software's " Microsoft Office 2003, Turbo C++ Suite, Adobe Acrobat, JAVA
Lab is spacious can accommodate 20 students with individual computers. Students can perform practicals for the subjects like: Computer Programming Language (sem V), Web Technology (sem VI), Computer Graphics (sem VI), System Security (sem VIII), CN(sem-V), ACN(sem- VI)
   
Lab Name: Software Engineering
Lab In charge: Mrs. Sarita Khedikar.
 
Details of Resources & Equipments:To apply various software engineering principles and methodologies while dealing with the various phases of software development. Lab is used for performing the assignments of computer networks
And is fully equipped with following resources.
Operating System Software - Microsoft Windows XP Professional service pack 2
Server - Microsoft Windows 2003 Server
Soft ware's " Visual Studio, Visual Studio Pro 2005 English, Adobe Acrobat, JAVA, ORACLE, Turbo C, Turbo C++, Rational Rose 2003
Lab is spacious can accommodate 20 students with individual computers. Students can perform practicals for the subjects like :
Computer Networks (sem V), Operating System with Unix (sem VI), Object Oriented Analysis and Design (sem VI), Software Engineering (sem VII), Distributed Computing (sem VIII), CN(sem- V)
 
Lab Name: Oracle lab
Lab In charge: Mr Sachin Desai
 
Details of Resources & Equipments:To study database techniques.
To acquaint students with relatively advanced issues. To familiarize with data ware housing and data mining techniques. And is fully equipped with following resources
Operating System Software - Microsoft Windows XP Professional service pack 2
Server - Microsoft Windows 2003 Server
Softwares " Visual Studio 2005 , Adobe Acrobat, ORACLE 9i, Orcale 10g, PHP, JAVA Turbo C++
Lab is spacious can accommodate 20 students with individual computers. Students can perform practicals for the subjects like :
Subjects: Database System (sem IV), Advanced Database System (sem VI), Data Warehousing and Mining (sem VIII)
 

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