Academics

Courses Offered

Welcome to Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Department of EEE

Electrical and Electronic engineering has an enormous and widespread impact on our daily lives. From power stations to electric vehicles, telecoms networks to computing infrastructures, electronic system in our homes, the world of entertainment and industry all are created, designed and operated by electronic and electrical engineers. Creating the technology of the future demands vision, technical expertise and business acumen. Our degrees equip graduates with all these skills allowing them to progress to well-highly rewarding careers.

Salient Features

The syllabus of the course is revised constantly. The laboratories are modernized to reflect changes in Electrical and Electronic Engineering. The department focuses on strong industry-interaction and development of state-of-the-art products to emerge as a forerunner in the industry. The distinguished faculty and energized student community foster creative research to the field.

Course Content

Control System
Design of Electrical Machines
Electric Energy Generation, Utilization and Conservation
Electrical Machines
Electromagnetic Theory
High Voltage Engineering
Measurements& Instrumentation
Power Electronics
Power Plant Engineering
Power System Analysis
Power System Operation and Control
Protection & Switchgear
Protection and Switchgear
Solid State Drives
Special Electrical Machines
Transmission and Distribution

List of Electives

Advanced Control System
Bio-Medical Instrumentation
CAD of Electrical apparatus
Computer Architecture
Computer Architecture Electromagnetic Theory
Fiber Optics and Laser Instruments
Flexible AC Transmission Systems
Fundamental of Nanoscience
HVDC Transmission
Intelligent Control
Micro Electro Mechanical Systems
Operations Research
Power Quality
Power System Dynamics
Robotics & Automation
Software for Circuits Simulation
System Identification and Adaptive Control
Total Quality Management
Visual Languages and Applications
VLSI Design

Labs

Control Systems Laboratory
Data Structures and Algorithms Laboratory
Electrical Machines Laboratory
Electron Devices and Circuits Laboratory
Linear and Digital Integrated Circuits Laboratory
Measurements & Instrumentation Laboratory
Microprocessor and Micro controller Laboratory
Power Electronics Laboratory
Power System Simulation Laboratory

Resources

Alternators
Anderson Bridge
DC Generators and Motors
Kelvin Bridge
Non Contactable Tachometer using Light rays
P, PI and PID Controller trainer.
Resonant DC-DC Converter
Single Phase & Three Phase Transformers
Single Phase Induction Motor
Single phase semi converter& fully controlled converter
Single phase TRIAC, SCR based AC voltage Regulator
Speed Control of Universal Motor
Step up, Step Down Chopper
Stepper Motor Microcontroller
Synchronous Motors
Three Phase Induction Motor
Three Phase PWM Inverter Trainer Kit
Transfer function of DC Motor & Generator trainer
Wheatstone Bridge