Electrical engineering courses in conjunction with student clubs Faculty of Engineering and Technology Organized the 11th low-voltage electrical system development volunteer camp

electrical engineering course School of Engineering and Technology Walailak University organized a project Restoration of low-voltage electrical systems of religious sites or Volunteer Camp for the development of low-voltage systems for the 11th time at Phra Mai Temple, Tha Sala District, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province during July 10-24, 2021, by designing and installing electrical systems in the residences of novices. 1 house (consisting of 6 rooms, 1 multipurpose room and 3 leading rooms) and on Asanha Bucha Day (24 July 2021), the student team offered candles Offering offerings to the electrical system and offering medicinal alms This activity was part of the electrical system design course. of the 4th year students. Students will be able to apply the knowledge they have learned in the classroom for real work. It is also the maintenance of religious sites. But due to the COVID-19 situation Thus affecting the form of activities that cannot be organized normally, such as accepting donations. Divide the work responsibilities of each student in each year. As a result, the working group has to share the work in the form of small groups. and number of days to reduce operator density

due to the project Restoration of low-voltage electrical systems of buildings and religious sites in flood-affected areas or Volunteer Camp for the Development of Low Voltage Systems No. 10 in the academic year 2020, Khok Lek Temple, located in Tha Sala District. Nakhon Si Thammarat Province Successfully accomplished able to restore the electrical system to return to normal use Help alleviate the suffering of the villagers who are affected by insufficient lighting. which is considered to preserve the arts and culture further and can apply the knowledge gained in the classroom to practical applications This is considered an integration of teaching and learning with social academic services. and integration of teaching and learning with the preservation of arts and culture, such as first year students of the EEE62-101 course, Fundamentals of Engineering 2nd year students of EEE62-211 electrical circuits, 3rd year students in EEE60-341 1st year electrical systems and 4th year students in EEE60-445 electrical system design.

in electrical engineering course therefore realizes the importance of religious places Because in every religion there will be a place of worship as the center of the community. Therefore, the course has implemented a project to repair and improve. and development of religious sites of the community in the academic year 2021, namely Wat Phra Mai, Tha Sala District, Nakhon Si Thammarat Province which the survey team has focused on selecting The place has basic electrical systems that are very dilapidated. Should be maintained to be in perfect condition to reduce the risk of danger to life and property from the basic power system that is not standard. In addition to the benefits that occur to the community as mentioned above

This program also develops the potential of students in their professional fields. This allows electrical engineering students to find real problems and learn how to solve them immediately. Know how to plan equipment appraisals. Plan to work as a team as well as to build a good relationship between the university and the people around the university as well. Including students can apply the knowledge gained from participating.

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