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Visit to the Research Designs and Standards Organization (RDSO)

 The more that you read, the more things you will know, the more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”– Dr Seuss. CII conducted the 5th InnoRail India 2022 from 17-19 November 2022 at RDSO (Research Designs and Standards Organization) ground, Lucknow. The Electrical Engineering department, Institute of Engineering and Technology organized a visit for B.Tech 3rd year Electrical Engineering students to RDSO. RDSO serves as a technical advisor to Railway Board, Zonal Railways and PUs and is responsible for developing, adopting, and absorbing new technology for the use of Indian Railways. The students witnessed the display of various technological advancements, innovations, technical services, novelties and visions of the Indian Railway units etc. The students expressed gratitude to Assistant Professor Er. Adeeb Uddin Ahmad for his constant support and encouragement.
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Trial by Trivia

 The Electrical Engineering Society conducted 'Trial by Trivia', a highly competitive and nerve-wracking quiz where all participants showed great vigor and enthusiasm. Carefully crafted with several genres and rounds, the quiz tested knowledge of sports, general affairs, technical knowledge, and other unique and interesting aspects. The quiz consisted of 8 teams that carefully navigated through 5 rounds. The winning team was bestowed with prizes worth Rs. 2000. The event was organized on 14th November 2022. A collective effort was put in by the members of the EES to celebrate Children's day and instill a child-like excitement in our second-year students. Our heartfelt gratitude to Assistant Professor Dr. Shweta, Assistant professor Jitendra Prajapati, Mr. Akash Kumar Singh, Ms Shashi Pandey, and Ms Babita Raj for having made themselves available to celebrate the special occasion with us.

Visit to the Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation (LMRC)

 To strengthen and augment the transport infrastructure of the city with a holistic multi-modal transport system, Government of Uttar Pradesh has decided to implement Lucknow Mail Rail Project as an integrated mass public transport system that meets the mobility and accessibility needs of people of Lucknow. LMRC’s vision is to create and provide quality services to the inhabitants and visitors of Lucknow, known for its rich culture and tehjeeb, through a World Class Mass Rapid Transit System that is convenient, safe, fast, reliable and cost effective. A visit by the Electrical Engineering Department, Institute of Engineering and Technology, Lucknow, was organised for B.Tech 3rd-year Electrical Engineering students to Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation on 18/10/2022. Students got the opportunity to learn about all the details of the working metro stations(17 normal/elevated and 4 underground), the controlling system done by SCADA, the Chiller plant monitor, the real-time train monitoring sy

Online webinar on "Startup opportunity in Electric Mobility" by Dr. Jignesh Makwana

The Electrical Engineering Society successfully concluded an online webinar on "Startup opportunity in Electric Mobility" by Dr. Jignesh Makwana on 1st October 2022. It was a brainstorming session assisted by a carefully curated presentation by our guest speaker.  The session included the current EV environment in the country, its growth prospects, internship opportunities for students, and how we can emerge as an EV manufacturing hub, amongst other things. The event undoubtedly ensured an increased interest in start-ups and innovation. All attendees actively participated and no doubt left our guest speaker impressed. We'd like to thank respected Dr. Jignesh Makwana for taking out time out of his busy schedule to guide us and provide us with real-time work opportunities. We would also like to thank our HOD, Prof. Seethalekshmi K. ma'am, Faculty Advisor Nitin Anand Sir, Pushkar Tripathi Sir, and the entire EES team for organizing the incredible session.

Post Holders for session 2022-2023

 As the members of the Electrical Engineering Society hand over the reins to the new team, we would like to throw light on their hard work and excellence. A special thanks to all members of the preceding team for setting an impeccable example for their juniors to follow. On 12th September, the Electrical Engineering Society of IET Lucknow commenced for the year 2022-23, with the appointment of its new post holders. The team showed great enthusiasm and promise as they vowed to facilitate the metamorphosis of this society and all things attached to it.  The candidates were selected after a thorough screening of their documentation, followed by an interview. Once the team was onboard, the first official meet was held and various objectives and targets were discussed.  A new team means a fresh perspective and even fresher zeal. All team members have something to bring to the table. A variety of new activities, interactions, workshops, and sessions await the engineering department in the co

Teachers' Day Celebration, 2022

"If you have to put someone on a pedestal, put teachers, they are society's heroes." - Guy Kawasaki 5th September celebrates the birth anniversary of scholar and Bharat Ratna recipient Dr Sarvepalli Radhakrishnan, born on the same day in 1888. On this day,  the Electrical Engineering Society of IET College organised an event earmarked for our teachers, who are well-known for their role in carving their students' lives.  The event started with the lighting of the lamp and was followed by taking blessings from the goddess Saraswati. Then there were programs like speeches, poems, and songs highlighting the importance of teachers in our lives. Soon after, the teachers shared their words of wisdom with the students and encouraged them to follow the right path. We felt grateful listening to the inducing terms from the faculty. It made us cherish the student-teacher bond way more. It was a day of self-introspection and realisation. Teachers teach us kindness and perseverance

End of EES Session 2021-2022

 "It is always important to know when something has reached its end. Closing circles, shutting doors, finishing chapters, it doesn't matter what we call it; what matters is to leave in the past those moments in life that are over." - Paulo Coelho The day 13th june, 2022 marked the end of the EES Session of 2021-2022. Also we bid farewell to our seniors(EES members specifically), outgoing batch of 2022. Endings are new beginnings so keeping that in mind all EES members along with the faculties celebrated the day to the fullest. The day was about celebrating all the bonds we built here, the memories we created, and the chances we took. Also it was so hard for us to say goodbye to our seniors. Goodbyes are always harder than hellos. It was indeed a bittersweet moment for all of us but we felt so happy to see our seniors succed in life and enter a new phase in their life. Finally, it was just a wonderful day and everyone enjoyed a lot.

Electrical Digest 2021-2022

 It's a great honour for us to be here with the annual magazine "The Electrical Digest " 2021-2022. The mesmerizing journey of EES is portrayed through this magazine. "Limited space creates unlimited creativity", the creativity of to be Electrical Engineers is also mirrored to the fullest through the magazine.The magazine potrays the journey full of excitement, inguinity and claims of triumph. Therefore drive into the glimpses that have been inked on and capture it's corners during this time. Here follows the link for the magazine. Hope you all enjoy reading it!

Interaction Session with Batch EE"2025

 An interaction program was organised for Btech Electrical Engineering first-year students on 24th April , 2022. To break the ice between new entrants and already existing students a “junior-senior interaction” program was organised at the campus by the Electrical Engineering Society. The aim of this session was to set up a healthy relationship between freshers and seniors and make the transition of first-year students from school to college smoother. The program helped freshers in getting along with seniors and assimilating in the new atmosphere of IET LUCKNOW. In this session seniors, while playing a dual role of a friend and a mentor, counselled the freshers on how to study, what to study, career opportunities, higher studies and internship and job opportunities.  The inter-batch dialogue with seniors was a great help for freshers. In the end, freshers felt motivated and appreciated this session.


 The Electrical Engineering Society welcomed first year Electrical Engineering with the noteworthy event Vis-a-vis. The event consisted of four rounds- Group Discussion, Debate, Just a minute (JAM) and final round Presentation which was successfully conducted offline by the EES team. The literary event not only enhanced students' communication and presentation skills but also boosted their confidence in public speaking.     "Winning is not always about being best. Sometimes it's about holding on the longest."All the freshers put out a valiant effort and participated to the end. Vis-a-Vis, an initiative from Electrical Engineering Society was overall an intriguing journey and the whole first year travelled it well.The leaderboard here reveals the names of top three ranker and other participants. Every name included here deserves our warmest congratulations. These competitions assuredly helped the students boost up their skills and cognizance.