Moderate discussion with research and educational Institutions, Fireside chat with experts in Zoom /MS Teams

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Moderate discussion with research and educational Institutions - Report

NIWE with the support of MNRE has scheduled eight events (each event are scheduled for a week duration) to commemorate the 75th years of Indian Independence (Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsav).

The second event, Moderate discussion with research and educational Institutions, Fireside chat with experts on the topic “Research Opportunities in Wind Energy” scheduled from 19th to 23rd July 2021 was postponed during 02nd to 6th August 2021 and conducted successfully.

Due to pandemic restrictions the event was planned to conduct through online, enabling large number of students to participate. The announcement about the competitions along with following instructions were hosted in NIWE website and circulated through Social Media pages.

  1. To participate in the event, registration should be done on or before 29.07.2021 through google form link https://forms.gle/AJ1YosHZuU3sQPiw9
  2. Virtual meeting link and instructions will be sent to all the registered participants.
  3. E- Certificate will be provided to the participants.

We solicit your support in giving wide publicity to the student community for their active participation and elicit responses from across India.

REGISTRATION

The below are the registration details for the event against the announcement.

Sl.No Events No. of Participants Registration No. of participants attended
1. EASTERN AND CENTRAL INDIA (Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Bihar, Jharkand, Odisha,West Bengal, Chattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh) 53 42
2. WESTERN INDIA (Dadra and Nagar Haveli, Daman and Diu, Goa, Gujarat and Maharashtra) 40 34
3. SOUTHERN INDIA (Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Lakshadweep, Puducherry, Tamil Nadu and Telangana) 161 78
4. NORTHERN INDIA (Chandigarh, Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Jammu and Kashmir, Ladakh, Punjab, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakand) 51 33
5. NORTH EAST INDIA (Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Tripura and Sikkim) 48 35
PANELIST

The following are the panel members invited for the moderate discussion

Sl.No Region of Participants Panel Members
1. EASTERN AND CENTRAL INDIA Dr. K. Balaraman, Director General, NIWE
Shri. P. Rajenthiran, Siemens Gamesa
Dr. R. Kumaravel Managing Director, Wind Guard
Dr.Prabhir Kumar Dash, Scientist, MNRE
2. WESTERN INDIA Shri. M. P. Ramesh, President, Vaayu Power Corporation
Dr. K. V. Nagendra Gopal, Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Madras
Dr.Rangan Banerjee, Forbes Marshall chair Professor, Indian Institute of Technology Mumbai
Shri. P. Boopathi Director & Head, R&D,NIWE
3. SOUTHERN INDIA Dr. K. Balaraman, Director General, NIWE
Dr. S. Gomathinayagam, (former ED, NIWE) ConsultinGoms
Shri. Subbayan R&D, Head,Gamesa
Shri. J. Bastin Deputy Director (Technical), WSOM, NIWE
4. NORTHERN INDIA Dr. S. Gomathinayagam (former ED, NIWE) ConsultinGoms
Dr. R. Kumaravel, Managing Director, Wind Guard
Dr.RohitBhakar, MNIT Associate Professor, Malaviya National Institute of Technology Jaipur
Shri. A.G. Rangaraj Deputy Director (Technical),R&D, NIWE
5. NORTH EAST INDIA Dr. K. Balaraman, Director General, NIWE
Dr. Suresh H Jangamshetti, HOD, Bashveswar Engineering College
Shri. J. Bastin, Deputy Director (Technical), WSOM, NIWE
Dr.Prabhir Kumar Dash Scientist-D, MNRE

The session was very lively and interactive. The panel members shared their inputs on Research opportunities in Wind Energy for 5-10 minutes time and Q&A session was opened after for the participants to interact with the speakers. There were many questions, which was very useful for the researcher and academicians to get in to the wind sector which will lead to the orderly growth of wind industry. All the region participants were satisfied with the knowledge transferred though the events and expressed happiness through their feedback.