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YCET organized the online workshop on Trust EV: AWARENESS OATH- Empowering Youth
5/28/2022 10:50:42 PM
Early Times Report
JAMMU, May 28: Yogananda College of Engineering and Technology (YCET), Jammu & Kashmir is gearing up on education on Electric vehicles. A nationwide workshop was organized by YCET, Jammu by Er. Neha Sakka's on "Trust EV: An Awareness Oath" gratis program.
Er. Neha Sakka is an Electrical Engineer in Jaipur Vidyut Vitran Nigam Ltd, Rajasthan. She is continuously supporting the National Electric Mobility Mission Plan by spreading knowledge and awareness about the Electric Vehicle Ecosystem so as to help faster adoption of Electric vehicles in the nation. With her big aims and small steps, she is also working towards accomplishing sustainable development goals of Quality Education, Gender Equality, Affordable and Clean Energy and Climate Actions.
The workshop trained young Engineers by laying a strong foundation in Electric Vehicle Industry. 54 young engineers were trained on different concepts as CMS, E-MSP, E-roaming, OCPP, CAN, types and mode of charging, different connector guns, role and interconnection of different agencies as CNA, SNA, Land Owners, Power Utility, Implementation Agency, CPOs etc, in reference to FAME-II and MoP guidelines for Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure which led to awareness among student about present scenario of the EVs in the state and the nation. Er.Loveneesh Talwar, Head of the Electrical Engineering, YCET appreciated Electric Vehicles quoting "Electrical Vehicles are an essential strategy in the immediate term to reduce local emissions and help Improve local air quality" . This supported India's high aim of "India 30@30" which pledged to have 30 % of vehicles as Electric Vehicle on road by 2030, various concepts etc were taught.
The students were fortunate that they have got the chance to attend this session for increasing their awareness and well being. The guests remained highly commemorative of the efforts of the organizing Electrical Department, YCET for getting the best out of these opportunities, which are being provided under the well wishes of the YCET Management.
Er. Bodh Raj Verma, Chief coordinator YCET Jammu, Er. Dinesh Gupta (Dean Academic, YCET), Er. Robin Kumar (H.O.D, Computer and Science department) and faculty members were also present there. The session ended with the Vote of thanks by Er. Yuvraj Singh, Assistant Professor, Electrical Engg. Department.
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