Electrical & Electronics Engineering


Vision

To create dynamic and challenging electrical engineers with social responsibilities.


Mission

  • To provide ambient environment for teaching learning process.

  • To equip the students with deep knowledge in solving complex Engineering and real world problems by innovative techniques in association with industries.

  • To motivate the students for higher education and research to face the global challenges.

  • To inculcate social responsibility, ethical values and a spirit of innovation & entrepreneurship in the students.


Programme Educational Objectives

The performance of any programme is evaluated based on the outcome of the graduates rather than outputs. The programme educational objectives are listed below

  • Graduates will have a successful career in core and allied engineering or associated industries or higher education or as entrepreneurs or in research.
  • Graduates of the programme will provide the optimized solution for complex engineering problems in chosen Technical area.
  • Graduates of the programme will exhibit continuous improvement in their profession through life-long learning, upholding human values and ethics.

 

Programme Outcomes

  • Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • Design / Development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • Conduct investigation of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.


About the Department

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was established in the year 2012. It offers an UG Course namely B.E Electrical and Electronics Engineering with a Sanctioned intake of 60. The department is instituted with a vision to meet the world’s sky-rocketing demand for electricity. It deals with the study and application of Electricity, Electronics and Electro Magnetism. These are the areas of development which have created wonders and are most important without which, the world will not move on. Students are given awareness in the area of control system which plays an important part in modern equipments which are automatically controlled. Students are also made to be aware of different types of fault analysis, stability analysis and corrective measures in power system. So we can say that Electrical and Electronics course provides a student with full knowledge of Electrical and Electronics field.

 

Intake

Programme of Study Description
Under Graduate Course
B.E.in Electrical & Electronical Engineering
Started with 60 seats in 2012

 


About the Course

The Electrical and Electronics Engineering degree program prepares graduates to enter a dynamic and rapidly changing field with career opportunities in Electric power, Integrated circuits, Robotics and control, Computer hardware and software. The demand for Electrical Power is increasing rapidly and thereby Electrical Engineers are in great demand to meet the requirements. Our campus is an exciting place to study and grow where thinkers become leaders, where there is a thirst for knowledge. The interaction between students and professors greatly enriches the educational experience for all. Our campus provides students with opportunities to gain and use knowledge to build successful lives and career and become an integral part of the community. The department laboratories are well-equipped and commensurate with licensed software such as MATLAB and ETAP for solving analyzing power system problems. The department has adequate infrastructure to do research in Power Systems. Our faculty members are experts in the areas they teach. Not only do they provide a solid grounding in the academic theories and concepts of their specialty but they also provide challenges for the students, facing their discipline. They provide the students the right balance of theory and practice. We emphasize team work to give opportunity to each student to benefit from the ideas and intelligence of their classmates. We continue to strive to meet our mission to mould youth into world-class technocrats of tomorrow who would endeavour to increase the quality of life for mankind. I am confident that our students would be an asset to our organization with their technical and managerial capabilities. On the whole, we are committed towards creating and erecting a professional graduate community which is vivacious with continuous learning. Electrical and Electronics Engineers have career opportunities in Electrical power generation, Integrated circuits, Manufacturing of Robotics and control, Computer Hardware & Software, Manufacturing of Electrical & Electronics Equipments, Electrical Energy saving equipments, Non-conventional sources of energy conversion systems, etc.


Lab Facility

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 DC Machines Lab:

  • Dimension – 48’10’’ × 38’5’’
  • 12 batches (each batch of 3 students) of students can utilize the lab effectively at a time.
  • The lab will be utilized by EEE, ECE and Mechanical students.

 

    The machineries in the lab includes,

  • Rectifier Unit 100A, (0-230) V
  • DC motor – DC shunt generator set
  • DC motor -DC Series Generator set
  • DC motor -DC Compound Generator set
  • DC shunt motor with belt load arrangements
  • DC series motor with belt load arrangements
  • DC compound motor with belt load arrangements
  • 1Φ Resistive load
  • Mains Control Panel

 

AC Machines Lab:

  • Dimension – 24’10’’ × 38’5’’
  • 9 batches (each batch of 3 students) of students can utilize the lab effectively at a time.
  • The lab will be utilized by EEE, ECE and Mechanical Students.

 

    The machineries in the lab includes

  • 1Φ and 3Φ transformer
  • 1Φ and 3Φ Auto transformer
  • 1Φ Squirrel Cage Induction Motor with belt load arrangements
  • 3Φ Squirrel Cage and Slip Ring Induction Motor with belt load arrangements
  • Rotor resistance starter
  • 3Φ Salient and Non Salient Pole Alternator
  • 3Φ Synchronous Motor
  • Auto Synchronous Starter
  • Synchronous Panel
  • Scott connected transformer
  • Water Loading Rheostat

 

Measurement & Instrumentation Lab:

  • Dimension – 24’0’’ × 38’5’’
  • 6 batches (each batch of 3 students) of students can utilize the lab effectively at a time

 

    The equipments include
  • Measurement of Iron Loss kit.
  • A/D Converter.
  • Schering Bridge
  • Calibration of Current Transformer with Lamp Load.
  • Bourdon Tube Pressure Measurement Trainer kit.
  • LVDT Trainer
  • 1Φ and 3Φ Energy meter
  • Torque Measurement Trainer Kit
  • PLC Trainer kit
  • D/A and A/D Trainer kit
  • Kelvin Bridge with Built in Source
  • Wheatstone bridge with Built in Source
  • Maxwell Bridge With Built in Source
  • Anderson Bridge with Built in Source.
  • Transducer Kit LVDT
  • Transducer Kit Thermocouple
  • Instrumentation Amplifier
  • Operational Amplifier Trainer Kit

 

Power Electronics & Drives Lab:

  • Dimension – 24’0’’ × 38’5’’
  • 6 batches (each batch of 3 students) of students can utilize the lab effectively at a time.

 

    The major equipments include

  • Static Characteristics of IGBT & MOSFET
  • 3 Phase Fully Controlled Converter.
  • D.C. Shunt Motor Module 1 H.P. 220V.
  • SCR Based Single Phase Cyclo-Converter Module Digital With Transformer
  • SCR Based 1 phase Series Inverter
  • SCR based V/I commutated module with relevant firing module 230 V / 5 A.
  • SCR, TRIAC based 1 phase AC Phase Controller along with lamp load.
  • 1 phase SCR Half & Fully Controlled Converter
  • 1 Phase Half and Fully Controlled Bridge Converter.
  • SCR based parallel inverter module, (30V/2A)
  • IGBT based 1 phase PWM inverter module (240V/1A)
  • IGBT Based High Switching Frequency Chopper.
  • Buck, Boost Chopper using MOSFET
  • IGBT based single phase PWM Inverter
  • Resonant DC-DC converter module
  • Transient Characteristics of SCR and MOSFET.
  • IGBT based 3 phase PWM inverter with 0.5 HP motor.
  • Speed Control of DC Motor using 3 Phase Rectifier
  • Speed Control of 3 Phase Induction Motor using PWM Inverter DSP based Closed Loop Drive for Induction Motor.
  • Induction Motor Speed Control Using FPGA
  • PLC based Drives VFD for Induction Motor
  • Speed Control of Brushless DC Motor
  • DSP based Chopper Fed DC Motor Drive
  • Switched Reluctance Motor Drive using DSP

 

Power System Simulation Lab:

  • Dimension – 24’0’’ × 38’5’’
  • Around 49 students can utilize the lab effectively at a time.
  • One server and 49 nodes
  • 20KVA UPS

 

    The major software includes

  • ETAP 12.0
  • Matlab 2011a
  • C,C++
  • Java
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    Control System Lab:

    • Dimension – 24’0’’ × 38’5’’
    • 6 batches (each batch of 3 students) of students can utilize the lab effectively at a time.

     

      The major equipments include

    • Stepper motor controller trainer.
    • PID Controller trainer.
    • OP. AMP. Based PID Controller
    • DC Position control
    • Lead Lag Network Compensation Trainer
    • AC Synchro Transmitter & Receiver Trainer
    • Crompton DC Potentiometer
    • Linear System Simulator
    • AC Servomotor Trainer.
    • Transducer Trainer
    • AC Servomotor Trainer (100 Watts).
    • PID with Temperature Controller
    • DC Servomotor Controller trainer
    • Linear System Simulator

     

    Electric Circuit Lab:

    • Dimension – 24’0’’ × 38’5’’
    • 6 batches (each batch of 3 students) of students can utilize the lab effectively at a time.

     

      The major equipments includes

    • DSO
    • Function Generator
    • CRO 30 MHz
    • RPS
    • Digital Multimeter
    • Decade Resistance ,Capacitance and Inductance Box