Department of ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS Engineering
The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering was started in the year 2009 with initial sanctioned strength of 60 and the current intake is 90. The Department has highly qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty to meet the needs of students. Department is equipped with laboratories to meet the academic requirements of the students and for research. Guest lectures from different industrial professionals are arranged to improve the scope of students. Frequent industrial visits are arranged to bridge the gap between theoretical and practical knowledge.Mould generation of Electrical and Electronics Engineers on global standards with multi disciplinary perspective to meet evolving societal needs. Alumni are well placed in India and abroad and many of them are presently pursuing their education in highly reputed institutes.
The prime motto of the department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering is to focus on the new developments to promote innovative ideas in various fields of Electrical Engineering in such a way that it would not only fulfill its obligation towards promoting undergraduate training at high level technology but also to cater the needs and aspirations of Electrical Engineering industry in particular.
- Empower students with knowledge in electrical, electronics and allied engineering facilitated in innovative class rooms and state-of-the art laboratories.
- Inculcate technical competence and promote research through industry interactions, field exposures and global collaborations.
- Promote professional ethics and selfless service.
Programme Educational Objectives
PEO 1 -Solve challenging technological issues in the field of Electrical and
Electronics Engineering for the betterment of the living standards of the society as
valuable and productive engineers.
PEO 2 - Improve the efficiency and effectiveness of the existing methodologies by adapting out-of-the-box rationalised thinking.
PEO 3 - Function ethically and communicate professionally as a team member within multidisciplinary teams.
PEO 4 -Continue the process of lifelong learning to cater the dynamically changing requirements in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
Programme Specific Outcomes
PSO 1: -Design and develop innovative projects using the domain knowledge of control
systems, power electronics, electrical machines, microprocessors and
PSO 2: - Learn the constantly varying technological developments in their problem solving process
|Students Strength List for CSE Department||No.of Students|
|I ST Year||17|
|II ND Year||16|
|III RD Year||35|
|IV TH Year||63|
|Name of the Laboratory||Description|
|Electrical Machines Laboratory||The experiments conducted in this lab are on DC Motor, DC generator, Transformer,Induction motor, Alternator & synchronous motor. Tests include calculating performance characteristics, speed control. By the end of this lab students have a clear idea about machine performance.|
|Electrical circuits & Simulation Laboratory||This is an introductory lab for students where they learn the basic concepts of Electrical elements, verifying basic laws along with the theorems. By the end of this lab students get a clear idea about various electrical laws and theorems.|
|Control systems & Simulation Laboratory||An important lab of electrical engineering where students test their practical knowledge on various control systems components like synchros,controllers, transfer function generation. Along with this students test their theory on different plots on a software.|
|Power electronics & Simulation Laboratory||An important lab of electrical engineering where students test their practical knowledge on various control systems components like synchros,controllers, transfer function generation. Along with this students test their theory on different plots on a software.|
|Electrical Measurements Laboratory||In this lab students learn to calibrate different types of meters. Learn to calculate powers for different loads and connections.|
|Power Systems & simulation laboratory||Here students test the sampled power system for different kinds of faults. They are made to calculate load flows with different techniques.|