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Guest Lecture – Mr. Vinod Gupta – Inquiry Officer – UGVCL & MGVCL – 2nd March, 2015 – Corporate Resource Cell

The Corporate Resource Cell organized a guest lecture on 2nd March 2015, keeping in view the students pursuing their Bachelors Degree in Electrical Engineering. Mr. Vinod Gupta, Inquiry Officer, UGVCL and MGVCL appeared as the guest speaker to share his views on a multiple array of topics like Pole Attachments, Substation Maintenance and Modernization, System Losses and What They Mean to You, Power Quality, Transmission System, Electrical Power Generation: Non Convectional Methods, Electrical Power Generation: Convectional Methods Electrical Power Utilization.
 
Mr. Vinod Gupta is an experienced eye having qualified as BE (Electrical) with 35 long year of experience Gujarat Electricity Board (GEB), UGVCL Additional Chief Engineer. And currently working as Inquiry Officer in UGVCL & MGVCL. Power Transmission & Distribution, Function of Substation, Protection Devices, Grid System form the main areas of his interest.
 
The speaker opened the discussion with basics of electrical engineering and gradually went in depth to cover the topics like Power Quality, Transmission System, Electrical Power Generation: Non Convectional Methods, Electrical Power Generation. The second topic covered during the discussion pertained to Transmission and Distribution.
 
The session was brought to a close with the discussion of some more important topics like Load balancing, Sub transmission, Transmission grid, Losses, Underground Transmission, Overhead Transmission. The students got a good chance to understand their level of knowledge and clear their theoretic concepts against the modern day applications of electrical engineering and practical knowledge of the working of one of the biggest power supply corporations of the country in a nutshell.
 

Faculties and Students listening attentively to the knowledge being shared by the speaker.

Mr. Vinod Gupta carefully explaining one of the power transmission diagram to the students.