A Seminar On Energy Conservation Organised At DAVIET


Students gather during a Seminar On Energy Conservation organised at DAVIET, Jalandhar.

Jalandhar, October 6, 2015: DAVIET organized a seminar on Energy Conservation here in the Institute Campus. It was the initiative of the Department of Electrical Engineering to equip the students with the latest nuances of the field of conservation of energy. The seminar stands as an epitome of the commitment of the Institution to establish stronger industry academia ties to create intellectual wealth suitable to the needs of the industry.

Dr. Manoj Kumar, Principal, DAVIET welcomed the key note speaker Mr. Sudhir Ghera, Vice President IEC, Kirloskar.  He highlighted the fact that at DAVIET every effort is made to equip the students with the necessary knowledge regarding latest issues like conservation of energy. He emphasized the fact that  conservation  of energy is the need of the hour because with the current amount of usage and wastage we will not be able to sustain the growth of the country for a long time.  He also stated that energy auditing should be done and stress should be given on minimizing the wastage of power.

Mr. Sudhir Ghera, The Key Note Speaker, talked about the methods through which energy can be conserved. He highlighted the fact that we should assess the situation at hand and should rely on non conventional energy sources. He emphasized that India has a great future in the field of alternative energy sources and if explored properly, can take the nation on the path of success and glory.  He gave hands on training to student to calculate the load and talked about strategies through which energy can be saved.

Dr. Sudhir Sharma, Head Department of Electrical Engineering extended the Vote of Thanks. He stated that it is through such learned talks that the students can be enlightened about the problems at hand. He appreciated the resource person for not only providing a sound theoretical base to students but also the practical knowledge necessary to solve the real life problems.

The seminar was attended by the faculty, staff and final year students of Department of Electrical Engineering. 

Wednesday, October 7, 2015