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Government Polytechnic College Jammu organizes technical visit to Gladni Grid Station
5/20/2024 9:38:24 PM

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JAMMU, May 20: Government Polytechnic College Jammu organized a technical visit for the 6th-semester students of the Electrical Engineering Department to the Gladni Grid Station. The visit was conducted under the guidance of Er. Arun Bangotra, Principal of Government Polytechnic College Jammu, and Er. Manjeet Singh, Head of the Electrical Engineering Department.
The visit was flagged off in the morning by Er. Arun Bangotra, accompanied by Er. Raj Kumar, Head of the Mechanical Engineering Department; Ar. Tahir Wani, Head of the Architecture Department; Er. Devika Bhardwaj; Er. Himanshu Bakshi; Er. Itika Sharma; Er. Vicky Sharma; Rakesh Khullar; and the 6th-semester students of the Electrical Engineering Department.
During the visit, the students learned about the total capacity of the grid station, which is 710 MVA. They explored various electrical equipment installed and used in the grid station for transmission and protection. The tour was guided by Er. Sumeet Gupta, Assistant Executive Engineer (AEE) at JKPTCL, TLMD-II, and Er. Bandana Manhas, Assistant Engineer (AE) at JKPTCL, TLMD-II Gladni Grid, Jammu.
Students were acquainted with the working principles and applications of the equipment. They learned how electrical power is received at a voltage of 220 KV, stepped down through transformers at various stages, and then distributed to consumers through the sub-transmission system. Er. Bandana Manhas also explained the SCADA (Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition) system and the control and relay panels.
Er. Vicky Sharma, faculty member of the Electrical Engineering Department, accompanied the students during the technical visit. This visit provided the students with practical knowledge and insights into the functioning of a major grid station, enhancing their understanding of electrical power transmission and distribution systems.
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