Diploma Programme in Electrical Engineering

In the Electrical Engineering Department of CWIT, we take immense pride in providing the highest quality of education by paying utmost importance to teaching quality and practical learning. Our excellence is not just confined to the classroom; we are active in organizing hands-on training workshops, seminars, guest lectures, industrial visits, co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. These activities and educational methodology help in an overall development in our students, making them competent and industry ready. We also take great pride in our excellent infrastructure and have ensured that the best of the technologies be incorporated in the teaching-learning process. We aspire to reach a higher horizon, a horizon at which we are recognized at the national and the international levels.


To develop electrical professionals with technical competency, high socio-ethical values to serve industry and society.


  1. M1: To impart the latest theoretical knowledge and practical skills by adopting innovative techniques
  2. M2: To update and upgrade the learning resources in association with stake holders to achieve lifelong learning
  3. M3: To inculcate students with leadership qualities, environmental, social and ethical responsibilities.

PEO's , PO's & PSO's

Program Educational Objectives

The following Program Educational Objectives are established for Electrical Engineering:

  • PEO 1: To apply the knowledge of mathematics, science and electrical engineering fundamentals to analyze and solve problems in electrical domains.
  • PEO 2: To acquire adequate technical skills and abilities to communicate and work effectively in multidisciplinary environment individually and in a team.
  • PEO 3: To exhibit professional and ethical attitude, leadership qualities, good marketing skills and entrepreneurial talents to serve the nation.
Program Outcomes (PO's)

The Students of Diploma in Electrical Engineering passed out will be able to:

  • Basic and Discipline specific knowledge: Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals and engineering specialization to solve the engineering problems.
  • Problem analysis: Identify and analyse well-defined engineering problems using codified standard methods.
  • Design/ development of solutions: Design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with the design of systems components or processes to meet specified needs.
  • Engineering Tools, Experimentation and Testing: Apply modern engineering tools and appropriate technique to conduct standard tests and measurements.
  • Engineering practices for society, sustainability and environment: Apply appropriate technology in context of society, sustainability, environment and ethical practices.
  • Project Management: Use engineering management principles individually, as a team member or a leader to manage projects and effectively communicate about well-defined engineering activities
  • Life-long learning: Ability to analyze individual needs and engage in updating in the context of technological changes.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSO's)

The Students of Diploma in Electrical Engineering passed realizes the fact that the knowledge and techniques learnt in this programme has direct implication for the betterment of society and its sustainability.

  • PSO I: Able to apply principles of electrical engineering and laboratory skills for testing operation and maintenance of electrical equipments /systems..
  • PSO II: Able to select, estimate and interpret data for physical systems, components or processes related to electrical engineering systems.
  • PSO III: Able to apply the knowledge of electrical systems to work professionally in a team or to lead a team.

Prof. MS. K.G. Mankar

Head of Department

Prof. MS. K.G. Mankar

Electrical Engineering Department is established in 1958, in the beautiful campus of the Cusrow Wadia Institute of Technology . The intake capacity is of 60 students. The major strength of the department is a team of well qualified, experienced and dedicated faculties who are continuously supporting their students for their academic excellence. The Department is having the Laboratories with all experimental kits and equipment and also has excellent computational facility. The primary focus of our curriculum is to impart practical knowledge ,how our students can apply the theory in real life problem and promote their problem-solving skills The students are encouraged to undertake various extracurricular activities.

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Faculty List

Sr. No.NameDesignation & Date of JoiningQualificationSpecialization
1.Prof. MS. K.G. MankarHOD, 22/07/1991M.E. [Power System]Power System
2.Prof. S.G. NawadeSelection Grade Lecturer , 01/03/1988B.E.Electrical
3.Prof. S.G.NehatraoLecturer , 01/10/2003M.E.Power System
4.Prof. V.B. GotsurveSenior Lecturer, 21/06/2004B.E.Electrical
5.Prof. Mrs. V.S. SonarikarSenior Lecturer , 03/05/2006M.Tech.Power System
6.Prof. Y.T. GargeSenior Lecturer , 02/08/2007M.E.Power Electronics and Drives

Programme Wise Board of Studies Members

Sr. NoName/DesignationAddressEmail IDContact Number
1Dr. D J. Doke,
{Chairman -PBOS}
Ganeshmala, SinghagadRoad, Punedattadoke@hotmail.com9423573706
2Prof. S.D. Khare
Ex. Deputy Director, Directorate of technical education, Mumbai.
{Chairman - EED Courses Committee}
A/8 , Dattaprasad, Mahimna co-op. hsg society, near Pratidnya Mangal Karyalaya, Ganesh nagar, Pune 411 052sureshkharegb@yahoo.com9067984056
3Mr. V.V.Joshi
Ex. Chief Engineer, MSEB, Nashik zone, Nashik.
{Member, EED Courses committee}
Centre for Power Sector Development 'YASHADA'. Baner Road, Pune.vvjcpsd@gmail.com9764363733
4Mr. D.M. Tagare
Managing Director
{Member, EED Courses committee}
Madhav Capacitors, MIDC, Bhosari, Pune.dmtagare@ieee.org9422514387, 9422514385
5Ex. Officio
Head of Electrical Engg. Department
{Member, EED Courses committee}
Government Polytechnic, Pune.9822301640
6Mr. M.M. Kolhatkar
Deputy Manager
(Electrical) Century Enka Ltd. Bhosari, Pune.
{Member, EED Courses committee}
A1-106,"Dhawalgiri Apts." Near MIT Engg College Rambaug Colony, Paud Road Kothrud, Pune-38mmk@centuryenka.com9822437753
7Mr. C.V. Patil
Owner of Infinity Engg. Company.
{Member, EED Courses committee}
Infinity Engg. Company, Office no. 48,Wing-D,Gurudatta Sahawas Socity,470/498, Sh.peth,Pune-30infinityengcom@gmail.com9422080981 9822033497
8Dr. D.V. Patil
Lecturer in Chemistry.
{Member, EED Courses committee}
Department of science and humanities, CWIT, Pune.dvpatil@gmail.com9422985987
9Prof. S.G. Nawade
Lecturer in Elect. Engg.
{Member, EED Courses committee}
Department of Electrical engg., CWIT, Pune.sgnawade@rediff.com9823285598
10Prof. K.G. Mankar
Head of Department
Member Secretary of EED Courses committee}
Department of Electrical engg., CWIT, Pune.heedcwit@gmail.com9011856808
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Academic Calendar - Summer 2022

Summer 2022 Time Table (Term II)

Laboratory Names
1.Basic Electrical Lab
2.Electrical Machine Lab
3.Electrical Workshop Practice Lab
4.Instrumentation Lab
5.Electrical Measurement Lab
6.Programmable Logic Controller Lab
7.Electrical Engineering Computer Lab
Electrical Engineering Laboratories


1. Basic Electrical Lab

This lab consists of models, demo-cut-outs, charts, specimens which students are allowed to fondle during the practical sessions.

List of Equipment:
Ammeters, Voltmeters, wattmeters, Rheostats, wall hung charts related to electrical engineering an safety of Demo model of DC machine, Demo model of AC machine, Model of DCand AC motor starters.

2. Electrical Machine Lab

Electrical machines lab in this lab 12 number of electrical motors are installed for carrying out the experiments on electrical machine and Transformers lab is also equipped with single phase and three phase dimmers fats current Transformers potential Transformers etc for conduction of practicals

List of Equipment:
DC Motor and DC Generator Sets, Slip Ring Induction Motors, Squirrel Cage Induction Motorcwith DC Shunt Generator, Three phase Alternator with DC Motor, Synchronous Machine with DC Motor, Slip Ring Induction Motor with DC Motor and Squirrel cage Induction Motor

3. Electrical Workshop Practice Lab

In this lab, various household as well as commercial equipments /or / their models are available on which students are taught to identify and list the components and parts, understanding the construction and working, detecting the probable faults and their locations, and rectify them by following all the safety rules and regulations.

List of Equipment:
: Models of Oven, Iron, Table fan, Grinder, Water heater, Geyser, Hair dryer etc.

4. Instrumentation Lab

Various instruments are used in day to day activities in commercial and residential activities which are either electrically operated or controlled. During the practical sessions students; in this lab; are allowed to fondle to make them aware and habitual to select, suggest and use proper instruments and instrumentation scheme as per the specific demands of the process.

List of Equipment:
Standard Resistances, RTD, Thermocouples, Thermistors, Strain Gauge Model, LVDT Model

5. Electrical Measurement Lab:

To make students aware and trend them to connect various metres , equipments, etc. as per the given circuit diagram for the measurement and record of electric power, energy, inductance, capacitance etc. by various techniques in this laboratory.

List of Equipment: Standard Ammeter, Standard Voltmeter, Wattmers, CT, PT, LCR meter, Standard capacitors, Variable Inductor, Variable capacitor, Wheatstone’s Bridge, Rheostats

6. Programmable Logic Controller Lab

In todays modern era of fast growing industrialization and automation of processes. To achieve this PLC and SCADA system plays an important role; students are acquainted and trained with the latest hardware and software of PLC and SCADA modules available in this lab.

List of Equipment:
PLCs - Allen Bradley , with UPS backup

7. Electrical Engineering Computer Lab

To give on hand experience and to facilitates the students of diploma in Electrical Engineering with basic knowledge of computer used for Electrical Engineering drawing techniques and related skills; this lab is equipped with net connected personnel computers.

List of Equipment:
Desktops 12 no. with LAN system and Internet connection

MPECS 2018 Curriculum

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MPECS 2018 Curriculum Summery [Credits and Marks]

MPECS 2014 Curriculum

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Memorandum of Understanding (MOUs)

Sr. NoName of the IndustryNature of Activities
1.Maharashtra State Electricity Distribution Company Limited (MSEDCL) MAHAVITARAN1. Expert Lectures 2. Industrial Visits 3. In-plant training 4. Electrical safety week 5. Paper setting
2.N.KENIN TRANSFORMERS, MIDC , LATUR1. Expert Lectures 2. Hand on training workshop on Manufacturing and Testing of three phase transformers.

Expert Lectures

Sr. NoDate of ConductionTopic of the Expert lectureName of the Expert Faculty.
1219/03/2019Tenders and QuotationsMs. Gayatri Akolkar
Elect. Contractor,
Vidyut Vikas, Pune.
1119/03/2019Equipment like types of meters,
Types of cables, insulators, Safety measures , Earthing etc.
Ms. Renu Kulkarni
Assitt. Engineer ,MSEDCL, Pune
1018/03/2019General layout of substation, Substation equipmentMs. Renu Kulkarni
Assitt. Engineer ,MSEDCL, Pune
913/03/2019Career Guidance after diplomaMr. Vijay Navale
Career Consultant
813/02/2019Electric Vehicles - Regulatory aspects & opportunities in domainDr. Priya Gokhale
Professor, JSPM'S COE, Hadapsar.
716/01/2019Energy Audit and Power Factor ImprovementMr. Sanjay Gawade
Automation concepts & energy management, Nashik
615/01/2019Electrical Safety in Elevators.Mr. H.A. Naik
Head,operations, ELEVATOR, solution and consultants , Pune.
511/01/2019Career Guidance in electrical locomotivesMr. Jitendra Lakhotiya
COO, Aakar Foundry Pvt. Ltd,Talegaon , Pune.
407/ 08/2018Personality DevelopmentMahindra Pride School Pune
324/08/2018Art of reading electricity billMr. Yogendra Talware
Director, Storme Engg. Pvt. Ltd., Pune
227/07/2018Working at a Thermal power plantMr. A.D. Paranjape.
Ex.Cheif Engineer,
500MW Tata Thermal Power Plant, Trombe
124/07/2018Electrical SafetyMr. Santosh Patani
Deputy Executive Engineer, MAHADISCOM,
Prakash Bhavan, Pune.

Industrial Visits

Sr. NoDate of Visit ConductionName and Address of the Company/Industry Visited
826/03/2019Diesel Loco shed
Ghorpadi, Pune.
726/03/2019Vacuum Plant and Testing Equipments.
Mundhwa, Pune
612/03/2019Kishore Windwell ,
Hadapsar ,Pune
512/03/2019Herco Transformers, Hadapsar ,Pune
426/02/2019M/S Rajmachikar Mills & Industries,
Shaniwar Peth, Pune
311/02/2019Aga Khan Palace,
Pune - Ahmednagar Road, Ramwadi, Pune.
230/09/201801 Kw Solar plant at Dept. OF Energy, SPPU, Pune.
126/07/2018MAHADISCOM Substation's Alankar Electrical substation,
Pune Station Area, Pune.

Details of Induction Schedule

Sr. NoClassDay, Date and DurationTopicConducting Department
011st Year DEETuesday 06/08/2019, 01 Hr, 9.30am to 10.30amCampus tour / Introduction of faculties. Vision mission of institute. Essence of diploma engineeringScience
021st Year DEETuesday 20/08/2019, 01 Hr, 9.30am to 10.30amScenario of Technical Education- AICTE, DTE, MSBTE, Type of Institution, Resources available with institutionElectrical
031st Year DEETuesday 27/08/2019, 01 Hr, 9.30am to 10.30amImportance of Electrical Branch and the courses offered thereinElectrical
041st Year DEETuesday 03/09/2019,01 Hr, 9.30am to 10.30amOutcome based education PO, PSO, CO, micro projects, industrial training and concept of assessment and attainment.Electrical
051st Year DEETuesday 17/09/2019, 9.30am to 10.30amEffective use of computer facilities & IT resources. Use of NPTEL/SWAYAM/MOOC/Spoken Tutorial, effective use of social mediaElectrical
061st Year DEETuesday 24/09/2019, 9.30am to 10.30amCareer opportunities in related industries after completion of diploma.Training & Placement
071st Year DEETuesday 01/10/2019, 9.30am to 10.30amInteraction with alumni for sharing their success stories.Electrical
081st Year DEEThursday 08/08/2019, 02 HrsHealth , Hygiene and importance of cleanlinessTraining & Placement
091st Year DEEThursday 22/08/2019 2 hrHuman ValuesTraining & Placement
101st Year DEEThursday 29/08/2019 2 hrYoga & MeditationTraining & Placement
111st Year DEEThursday 05/09/2019 2 hrEmotional balance & Gender equalityTraining & Placement
121st Year DEEThursday 12/09/2019, 2 hrCommunication skillsTraining & Placement
131st Year DEEThursday 19/09/2019 2 hrCreativityTraining & Placement