All Posts in Category: Electrical Engg

One Day Industrial Visit to the Loktak Power Station

One day Industrial visit was organised by the Department of Electrical Engineering, MTU under the sponsorship of TEQIP-III on 23rd April, 2019 at the Loktak Power Station NHCP Limited. 

About the Visit

The objective of the visit was to give exposure to the students about the operation, control and construction features of hydropower electricity generation in real life. Hydropower generation is studied in 5th semester of Electrical Engineering.

A total of 24 pre-final year students visited the industrial site accompanied by three faculty members and three laboratory staffs of the department. Mr N Jogendra (SM, Electrical ) explained thoroughly about the operation, control and construction features to the students.

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Two Days Workshop cum Hands on Practice on Embedded System

A two days workshop cum Hands on Practice on “Embedded System” was held on 28th February and 1st March, 2019 at the university campus organised by the Department of Electrical Engineering under TEQIP-III.

The workshop mainly focuses to give participants a chance to get hands-on experience on the latest trending embedded system hardware and different types of sensors. Emphasis is given to make the participants learn how to program the control boards for different types of sensors and different applications. About 81 participants attended the programme including both days.

  • To be able to define hardware and software communication and control requirements.
  • To acquire knowledge of and be able to use tools for the development and debugging of programs implemented on microcontrollers
  • To acquire knowledge of sensor properties and apply these in the design of Electronic systems which integrate measurement
  • To make the students skill full and efficient for all the hardware
  • To be able to work as part of a team, developing skills in interpersonal relations
  • Ability to lead and coordinate teams working on the design, development and implementation of embedded systems and proposing standard working methods and the tools to use.
Resource Person

Imopishak Thingom
Scientist – ‘D’

Workshop Coordinator

Oinam Manganleiba Meetei
Assistant Professor
Department of EE
Manipur Technical University

Workshop Content
Day 1 [28th February 2019]
Morning Session Afternoon Session
Introduction to Embedded System Introduction to C programming for 8051
Starting with embedded systems Branching and Looping
Introduction to Embedded C I/O Programming
Difference between C and Embedded C Timers and Counters, Serial Communication
Embedded C Constructs and Data Formats Introduction to Arduino
  Arduino Basics
  Arduino Architecture
  Arduino board layout


Day 2 [1st March 2019]
Morning Session Afternoon Session
Simple LED program Interfacing with servo motor
LED blinking Interfacing with Bluetooth module
Interfacing with IR Sensor Interfacing with Wifi Module
Interfacing with LCD Control of Electronic Devices using Android smartphone and Arduino



Event Outcome

  • Knowledge of Embedded Systems and simulation software for rapid prototyping have been obtained by the students
  • Designing, Testing and Debugging of Embedded Project have been learned
  • More interest is seen by the participants
  • More programs based on industrial oriented and advanced technology based on the embedded system is asked in future by the participants.
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Two Days Workshop on Basics of MATLAB and its Engineering Application

A two days workshop on “Basics of MATLAB and its Engineering Applications” was held on 29th and 30th of January, 2019 organised by the Department of Electrical Engineering under TEQIP-III.


The workshop mainly focuses on the basics of MATLAB and its applications in engineering fields. Using MATLAB, a student can analyze data, develop algorithms, and create models and applications. The language, tools and built-in math functions provide to explore multiple approaches and reach a solution faster than with spreadsheets or traditional programming languages. MATLAB can be used for a range of applications including signal processing and communications, image and video processing, control systems, test and measurement, computational finance, and computational biology.

Resource Person

Romesh Laishram
Assistant Professor
Department of ECE, MIT

Workshop Coordinator

Tayenjam Jeneetaa
Assistant Professor and Head
Department of EE, MTU

Workshop Content
Day-1 (29th January 2019) Day-2 (30th January 2019)
Introduction to MATLAB Signal Processing in MATLAB
Basic commands in MATLAB Control system application in MATLAB
Basic mathematics using MATLAB Introduction to Simulink
Control flow and operators Practice in Simulink
Toolboxes in MATLAB Introduction to GUI deployment in MATLAB
Introduction to MATLAB Practice of GUI building




In this two day workshop, almost all the basics of MATLAB have been introduced to the students. In the next quarter, another workshop on more specialized topics using MATLAB will be organized which will be a continuation of the recently conducted one.

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Two Days workshop on Sensor guided Robotics in collaboration with Roboversity (28-03-2018 to 29-03-2018)

Roboversity is the Leading education provider in the field of Robotics in India delivering quality services through hands-on,practical, application-oriented workshops, trainings, projects and internships. You can participate in any of the Roboversity workshops including 7 Robots (Com-bo Course), Mobile Robotics, Solar and Smart Energy Systems, Anima-tronic Hand, Quadcopter, Haptic Arm, Sensor Guided Robotics, Gesture BasedRobotics, Swarm Robotics, Image Processing, Automated Railway Crossing, PCB Manufacturing, Bluetooth
Robotics,Solar Mobile Charger, Tricopter, Hexapod, ARM Architecture, Maze Solver Robot, Persistence of Vision, Home Automation System, IoT using Raspberry Pi, Automatic Solar Tracker, Access Control with RFID, Biometric Authentication, GPS & GSM based Tracker, etc..

What is this course about?

In this course, you will develop 3 different basic autonomous robots which are guided using sensors. The first robot will be a line follower which is programmed to follow a line. This robot detects the path using infra-red sensors which work on the principle of reflection of light. Using the same sensors, you will also develop robots that can avoid/follow obstacles or light.

Robots developed as part of this course

Line Follower Robot
Phototropic/Obstacle Follower Robot
Photophobic/Obstacle Avoider Robot

Course OutcomesUnderstanding of Line Following Robot, Phototropic/Obstacle Follower Robot, and Photophobic/Obstacle Avoider Robot.
Understanding the structure and programming of microcontrollers.
Participants are encouraged to think and come up with new designs.
Kit ContentSkyfi Labs’ Robotics Development Board
IR Sensors
DC Motors
9V Battery
USB-ASP Programmer
Wire stripper*
Screw driver*

* marked items will be taken back in classroom training

Course Fees:Rs 6000/- (for a team of max 5 members)


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