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 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.
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Hold High the Flame - Episode 2

 A river cuts through rock not because of its power, but its persistence. As our frequency remains constant with increasing wavelengths of our team spirit, the Electrical Engineering Society started with *2nd Episode of HOLD HIGH THE FLAME* with high flyer *Krishna Meerendra sir*, who has brought Institute of Engineering and Technology to the top of the board via his unwavering thriving triumph. He is an *alumini of EE'20, IET Lucknow*, who scored *AIR 20 in GATE'21* and added feathers to his cap by scoring *AIR 15 in ESE'21*.  On *15th May, 2022*, the session was conducted in online mode through the *Google Meet platform*. It was an incredible and interactive session with Krishna sir, who guided the students through his own experiences gained during his preparation phase and after reaching great heights. The entire meet was packed with students, and we had excellent participation from students of all years. The second episode was unquestionably a huge success, and the Elec

Hold High The Flame - Episode 1

 Electrical Engineering Society started an electrifying series *Hold the Flame High* for all the students of Electrical Engineering Department with various sessions and events to add spark to their college life. "Success comes to those who work hard and stays with those, who don't rest on the laurels of the past." Students of Electrical Engineering Department are proving the same with their never give up attitude. The first episode of the series started with an interactive interview session with our star achiever *Pracheta Pathak* Sir, final year Electrical Engineering student of IET LUCKNOW who not only achieved the rank of *587* in *GATE* 2022 but also cracked the *BARC* online test 2022. Sir shared his experience and preparation strategies with us. The session was held in online mode through Google meet platform on *7th May, 2022* . The amazing session helped the students for their preparation of various competitive exams.  Pracheta sir interacted very nicely with the

Industrial Visit to Lucknow City Transport Service Limited.

 An industrial visit to Lucknow City Transport Service Limited, Dubagga, Lucknow was organised for B.Tech 3rd year Electrical Engineering students on 30/04/2022. The visit was organised by Electrical Engineering Department , Institute of Engineering and Technology, Lucknow. Transportation is a fundamental requirement of modern life, but traditional internal combustion engines are rapidly becoming obsolete. Gasoline and diesel vehicles are highly polluting and are quickly being replaced by fully electric vehicles. Electrical vehicles are more efficient and also produce less noise pollution as there is no engine under the hood. All electric vehicles (EVs) have no tailpipe emissions and are far more environmental friendly with lower running costs, low maintenance costs. The main purpose of the visit is to give students a practical exposure about the charging infrastructure of Electrical Vehicles so that students can relate their theoretical knowledge of Electrical Vehicles to practical

Newsletter February - March (2021-2022)

 "ज्ञानं भारः क्रियां बिना" A wise person is better than a scholar, because intelligence is considered better than knowledge. Any educational pattern gets its guidance from the cultural patterns of a society and tradition contributes a sense of comfort and belonging.  EES family traditions are now your family traditions.The Ees family welcome you with a powerpack of knowledge and the current activities of the society, EES has issued its incipient edition of OORJA: The newsletter of Electrical Engineering Society. Take your time, read the enchanting facts and news, perk up and enjoy your day!!

Visit to the Uttar Pradesh Power Transmission Corporation Limited (UPPCL)

 A one day technical visit to Uttar Pradesh Power Transmission Corporation Limited (UPPCL) Sarojini Nagar, LUCKNOW was organised for the final year students of Electrical Engineering Department, IET LUCKNOW on 31st March, 2022. UP Power Transmission Corporation Limited, incorporated under the Companies Act 1956, was incorporated in 2006 with the main objective to acquire, establish, operate, run, manage,maintain, renovate, modernize, work and use of electrical transmission lines and/or network through extra high voltage, high voltage and associated sub-stations, cables, wires, connected with transmission ancillary services, telecommunication and telemetering equipment in the State of Uttar Pradesh, India and elsewhere. The visit helped the students for a practical exposure into electricity transmission system. We would like to express our gratitude to our esteemed HOD, Dr. Seethalekshmi K Ma'am, Faculty Advisor, Dr. Nitin Anand Srivastava Sir, as well as the team, for their effort

Visit to the Lucknow Metro Railway Corporation (LMRC)

On the 30th March, the Electrical department and EES conducted a one-day technical visit to the Lucknow Metro Railway Corporation (LMRC) in Uttar Pradesh for Third year students of Electrical engineering Department, IET LUCKNOW . This visit helped the students for a practical exposure in various subjects like control system, Power System.To build and run the metro, the Government of India and the Government of Uttar Pradesh formed the Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation, a 50:50 joint venture. LMRC (Lucknow Metro Rail Corporation) achieved various milestones while constructing the 8.5 km 'Priority Corridor' project between Transport Nagar and Charbagh. We would like to express our gratitude to our esteemed HOD, Dr. Seethalekshmi K Ma'am, as well as the team, for their efforts in organising the visit. Here are few glimpses of the same.

Newsletter Dec - Jan (2021-2022)

 A positive mindset brings positive things. The Ees family welcome those who believes in the power of dreams and who would like to join us in our exploration of events held past months that has bring a quality of self-esteem, self-efficacy, positivity, ambitious and a competitive attitude among students. EES has launched it's incipient edition of OORJA: The newsletter of Electrical Engineering Society (Dec - Jan) edition with a powerpack of cognizance and latest happenings of the society. Take your time and go through the mind boggling facts and news and relish your day with EES.

Newsletter Oct - Nov 2021

  As another set of months pass by, the EES Family knits itself through a series of events that has not only woven the competitive skills in the students but also empathised everyone with assertiveness and positivity. Oorja not only has stuffed in the various   milestones the EES has catapulted through but also juxtaposes the present personality skill set of it's ignited minds with the past. Thereby, dive into the glimpses that has inked on and captured it's corners during this time.


In the air of  high hopes and unending curiosity, EES welcomes you to the abode of knowledge and inquisitiveness. INTEGREAT: The Quiz is here to test your brainstorming nerves and engage into the lot of curiosities.  The activity was held on 18 December, 2021 and consisted of 4 rounds- Current Affairs and India The Pictionary The Technical Round Rapid Fire The activity was an effort by the members of EES to bring something exciting in the monotonous hectic schedules of second year students of Electrical Engineering Department. The esteemed judge of the event was Neha Manjul Ma'am. The event engaged a total of 8 teams with a team leader each, who "Gamed, Quizzed and Conquered". The winning team members were awarded with an opportunity to buy any book worth Rs. 500 each.