Placement Record : 2017-2018.
Ms. Padma Ramagonatti of 4thsem has won 3 gold medals in 100mtr,200mtr,400mtr event of college sports day
Mr. Mallikarjun of 8thsem got a bronze medal in Javelin throw event of college sports day
Ms. Ashwini Pawar has won a bronze medal in carom event of college sports day
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engg., Congratulates Mr. Rahul Koujalgi of 8th sem for clearing GATE exam 2018
Women General Championship for the year 2017-18
ODD Sem toppers
3rdsem: Ms. Shubhangi B Patil – 78%
Ms. Madhuri Pasare being VTU Blue represented VTU in Cross Country event, held at VTU, Belagavi and represented VTU in Air Pistol Shooting Event, held at Guru Nanak University, Amritsar
KLE Dr. MSSCET Congratulates Miss Savita R. Rolli and her team for getting seed money of Rs 1,00,000 from LEAD of Deshpande foundation for her start-up “MANTILLA”.
Placement Record : 2016-2017
Final year students of batch 2016-17 have placed in Tata consultancy services(TCS), KPIT Technologies, and Tech mahindra. From department overall 25 students have been placed.
Consecutive Champions of College Inter Branch Cricket for Two Years
2015-16 and 2016-17
2015-16 team lead by captain AKSHAY MUTTUR
2016-17 team lead by captain RAJASHEKHAR M BHAGAWATI
Students from 8th sem participated in Paper presentation competition of 9th national level tech fest,HIT SAMBRHAMA 2017, nidasoshi, Hukkeri(Tq), Belagavi. Ms. Chaitra kulkarni and Mr. Ganesh Uppar have won first prize in paper presentation competition.
Topic name: Harvesting of electrical energy from magnetic field on AC lines
Project Title: Solar photo voltaic pesticides sprayer
Student names: Chaitra kulkarni, snehal mane, pradeep radder, sharanabasanagouda patil
The students have won 2nd prize in national level solar summit 2K17(one step towards pollution-free earth), held at sanjjay ghodawat group of institutions, Taluka : Hatkanangale, Dist Kolhapur, dated 25th and 26th march,2017
About project: Solar Operated Pesticide Sprayer is a pump running on electricity generated by photovoltaic panels or the thermal energy available from collected sunlight as opposed to grid electricity or diesel run water pumps. The operation of solar powered pumps is more economical mainly due to the lower operation and maintenance costs and has less environmental impact than pumps powered by an internal combustion engine (ICE). Solar pumps are useful where grid electricity is unavailable and alternative sources (in particular wind) do not provide sufficient energy. The solar panels make up most (up to 80%) of the systems cost. The size of the PV-system is directly dependent on the rating of the pump, the amount of water that is required (m³/d) and the solar irradiance available. The solar sprayer has many advantages. Besides reducing the cost of spraying, there is a saving on fuel/petrol. Also, the transportation cost for buying petrol is saved. The solar sprayer maintenance is simple. There is less vibration as compared to the petrol sprayer. The farmer can do the spraying operation by himself without engaging labour, thus increasing spraying efficiency. As solar pesticide sprayer is used once or twice in a month, in other days we can use it for the lighting and fan. And also we have implemented solar tracker to get the maximum efficiency.