Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering started since inception of the institute i.e. 2006, with a vision to become a leading Centre of Excellence for Education for creating employability in field of  Power Systems, Power Electronics, Automation, VLSI, Control Systems, Electric Vehicles, Computer Vision, and Artificial Intelligence, Renewable Energy resources, Smart Grids and IoT networks. 

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering mainly focuses on creating talented and socially responsible engineers to make our country energy efficient (Green and Clean energy). It will strive to become a hub of research excellence in cutting edge, state of the art, and contemporary areas of national and international relevance. The department also envisions itself as a Centre of excellence in teaching to create a well-educated, technically competent, and socially responsible workforce for meaningful, inclusive, and overall societal development of India and the world.

  • Industry-led and Practice Based Curriculum.
  • Content Delivery and Mentoring by Professionally Trained Faculty and Industry Experts (Guest Lectures/ Expert Talks)
  • Value Added Courses/ Add On Certifications/ Short Term Courses (STC) for all round development of the students.
  • Huge Alumni database currently working with MNC’s and Government Institutions/Sectors.
  • More than 50 Publications in reputed journals and conferences.
  • Practical oriented teaching with hands on experience (Project Based Learning and Industrial Visits).
  • Patents.
  • Funded projects.
  • More than 100 FDPs completed by faculty members of the department.
  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. 
  2. 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.
  3. 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. 
  4. Conduct investigations 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. 
  5. 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. 
  6. 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. 
  7. 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. 
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice. 
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings. 
  10. 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. 
  11. 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. 
  12. 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.
  • PSO1: Ability to design and analyse the applications in the field of renewable energy specifically solar energy

  • PSO2: Ability to become industry professional and Entrepreneur in energy management and smart grid.

DEPARTMENTAL VISION

  • To produce quality Engineers in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering by providing core technical skills.
 

DEPARTMENTAL MISSION

  • To focus on the current technology on non-conventional energy and green energy.
  • Graduates have state of art engineering knowledge necessary for employment in industries as well as higher studies and research.
  • To collaborate with industry, research organizations and academia to encourage creativity and innovation.
  • To produce graduates with technical expertise, professional attitude and ethical values.

1. SPECIALIZATION IN ENERGY ENGINEERING 

Energy Engineering covers the utilization of different energy systems such as renewable & non renewable and different innovations in energy technologies & their management. Energy engineering is a field which combines different forms of energy like kinetic energy, radiant energy, potential energy, chemical energy, elastic energy & thermal energy to smear modern solutions for the energy generation, consumption and storage. New and  modern  engineering process also place  an emphasis on researching and developing new green  technologies with goal to diminish harmful and overused energy consumption. Energy engineers can design, develop, construct or implement energy solutions, including alternative energy system like wind energy, solar energy etc.

CARRER PROSPECTS

  • Energy-efficient lighting
  • Green building and Green Energy
  • Wind or solar plants
  • Renewable energy system
  • Energy simulation
  • HVAC systems

 

2. SPECIALIZATION IN INTERNET OF THINGS (IoT)

This Specialization covers the study of Internet of Things (IoT) products and services—including devices for sensing, actuation, processing, and communication to help students develop skills and experiences in designing novel systems. The Specialization has theory and lab sections. In the lab sections you will learn hands-on IoT concepts such as sensing, actuation and communication.

 The specialization will give the theoretical and practical learning of internet and communication protocols. This will help the students to develop heterogeneous applications in the field of the internet of things (IoT). The program includes the knowledge of various terminologies and protocols of IoT, WSN and machine to machine communication.

 

CARRER PROSPECTS

  • Industry as IoT Developer
  • Research Institutions
  • Artificial Intelligence and machine learning
  • IoT governance.
  • Sensor Innovative.
  • Social, legal and ethical IoT.
  • Trusted hardware and OS.
  • Latest IoT User experience.

 

S.NOCOURSEDURATIONELIGIBILITY
1.B.Tech4 years

Passed 10+2 examination with Physics and Mathematics as compulsory subjects along with one of the Chemistry/ Biotechnology/ Biology/ Technical Vocational subject/ Computer Science/ Information Technology/ Informatics Practices/Agriculture/ Engineering Graphics/ Business Studies.

Obtained at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in the above subjects taken together.

OR

Passed Diploma (in Engineering and Technology) examination with at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) subject to vacancies in the First Year, in case the vacancies at lateral entry are exhausted.

2.B.Tech (Lateral Entry/Second Year)3 Years

a. Passed Diploma examination with at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) in ANY branch of Engineering and Technology.

b. Passed B.Sc. Degree from a recognized University as defined by UGC, with at least 45% marks (40% marks in case of candidates belonging to reserved category) and passed 10+2 examination with Mathematics as a subject.

c. Provided that the students belonging to B.Sc. Stream, shall clear the subjects Engineering Graphics/ Engineering Drawing and Engineering Mechanics of the First Year Engineering Programme along with the Second year subjects.

d. Provided that the students belonging to B.Sc. Stream shall be considered only after filling the supernumerary seats in this category with students belonging to the Diploma stream.

e. Passed D.Voc. Stream in the same or allied sector.

f. In the above cases, a suitable bridge Courses, if required such as in Mathematics may be conducted.

 

I SEMESTER

SUBJECT CODESUBJECT
BAST 101Engineering Chemistry
BAST 102Mathematics-I
BAST 103English for Communication
BEET 101Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
BCST 101Fundamentals of Computers & Programming in C
PRACTICAL
BASP 101Engineering Chemistry lab
BASP 103English for Communication lab
BEEP 101Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering lab
BMEP 101Manufacturing Practices/Workshop
BCSP 101Fundamentals of Computers & Programming in C
BASP 102Internship-I
BASP 105Swachh Bharat Summer Internship

II SEMESTER

SUBJECT CODESUBJECT
BAST 104Engineering Physics
BAST 102Mathematics-II
BMET 102Basic Mechanical Engineering
BCET 101Basic Civil Engineering & Mechanics
BEST 101Environmental Studies
PRACTICAL
BASP 104Engineering Physics
BMEP 102Basic Mechanical Engineering
BCEP 101Basic Civil Engineering & Mechanics
BMEP 103Engineering Graphics
BASP 106Language lab & Seminars
BASP 102Internship-I

III SEMESTER

SUBJECT CODE

SUBJECT

BCET 301

Energy & Environment Engineering

BEST 301

Mathematics-III

BEET 301

Electrical Measurement & Instrumentation

BECT 304

Electronic Devices

BEET 305

Network Analysis And Synthesis

PRACTICALS

BEEP 301

Electrical Measurement & Instrumentation Lab

BEEP 305

Network Analysis And Synthesis Lab

BEEP 306

Programming Practices

BECP 304

Electronic Devices Lab

BASP 307

Evaluation of Internship-I Completed at I year level/Seminar Presentation for Lateral Entry

 

 

IV SEMESTER

SUBJECT CODE

SUBJECT

BECT 402

Signal And System

BEET 402

Electrical And Machine-I

BECT 401

Digital Electronics

BEET 404

Power System-I

BEET 405

Control System

BHUT 401

Universal Human Values-2

PRACTICALS

BEEP 402

Electrical And Machine-I Lab

BECP 401

Digital Electronics

BEEP 404

Power System-I

 

 

V SEMESTER

SUBJECT CODE

SUBJECT

BEET 501

Electrical Machine-II

BEET-502

Power System-II

BEET-503(A/B/C)

Departmental Electrive

BOET-504(A/B/C)

Open Electrive

BEET-505

Electromagnetic Field Theory

PRACTICALS

BEEP-501

Electrical Machine-II LAB

BEEP-502

Power System-II LAB

BENP-507

Open Source LAB

BENP-506

Evaluation of Internship-II completed at II year level

 

 

DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES

BEET 503(A)

CAD of Power Apparatus

BEET 503(B)

Applied Instrumentation

BEET 503C

Electrical Engineering Material

OPEN ELECTIVES

BOET-504(A)

Digital Control System

BOET-504(B)

Communication Engineering

BOET-504(C)

Industrial electronics

BOET504(D)

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

 

 

VI SEMESTER

SUBJECT CODE

SUBJECT

BEET-601

Power Electronics

BECT-602

Microprocessor & Embedded Systems

BECT603

Digital Signal Processing

BEET-604(A/B/C)

Departmental Electrive

BOET-605(A/B/C)

Open Electrive

PRACTICALS

BEEP-601

Power Electronics LAB

BECP-602

Microprocessor & Embedded Systems LAB

BECP-603

Digital Signal Processing LAB

BEEP-606

Simulation Lab/Virtual Lab

BEEP-607

Minor Project-I

 

 

DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES

BEET 604(A)

FACTS

BEET 604(B)

Energy Management and SCADA

BEET 604(C)

NCER

OPEN ELECTIVES

BOET-605(A)

Introduction to smart grids

BOET-605(B)

Power Plant Engineering

BOET-605(C)

Special Electromechanical Systems

 

 

VII SEMESTER

SUBJECT CODE

SUBJECT

BEET-701

Switch Gear And Protection

BEET-702

Utilization of Electrical Energy anf Traction

BEET-703(A/B/C)

Departmental Elective

BOCT-704(A/B/C/D)

Open Elective

PRACTICALS

BEEP-701

Switch Gear And Protection LAB

BEEP-702

Utilization of Electrical Energy anf Traction lab

BEEP-705

Open Source S/w lab

BENP-706

Evaluation of Internship-II completed at II year level

BEEP-707

Minor Project-II

 

 

DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES

BEET-703(A)

Soft computing Techniques

BEET-703(B)

Non Conventional Energy resources

BEET- 703(C)

High Voltage Engineering

OPEN ELECTIVES

BOCT-704(A)

Internet of things

BOCT-704(B)

Advances in Entrepreneurship Development

BOCT-704 C

Probability theory and stochastic process

BOCT- 704 (D)

Robotics and automation

 

 

VIII SEMESTER

SUBJECT CODE

SUBJECT

BEET-801

Advance Control system

BEET-802

Electric Drive and its applications

BEET-803(A/B/C)

Departmental Elective

BOCT-804(A/B/C)

Open Elective

PRACTICALS

BEEP-801

Advance Control system LAB

BEEP-802

Electric Drive and its applications LAB

BEEP-805

Major Project

 

 

DEPARTMENTAL ELECTIVES

BEET 803 (A)

Digital Image processing

BEET 803 (B)

Bio Medical Instrumentation

BEET 803 (C)

Modelling and analysis of electric machines

OPEN ELECTIVES

BOCT -804(A)

Cyber Security

BOCT-804 (B)

Machine Learning

BOCT-804 (D)

Cloud Computing

 

Mr. Mukesh Pathela 

Head of the Department,
Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Email id: [email protected]

Electrical and Electronics Engineering is one of the largest and fastest growing fields of engineering. Vision of the department is to produce quality engineer in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering by providing core technical skills. Electronics engineering has wide applications in improving productivity in all type of industries.

The department has well-equipped laboratories in almost every field of electronics and electrical engineering, to give practical exposure to the students. The department is mentored by proficient faculty members who are experts in their own disciplines. Department focuses on collaboration with industry, research organizations and academia to encourage creativity and innovation. These events cultivate the soft, technical skills, attitude and self-confidence of the students. Students are encouraged to participate in various activities like paper presentation, technical quiz, project design, project contests, sports, and cultural activities. Students are motivated to undergo In-Plant training and many industrial visits are arranged every year to get industry exposure. The department has also developed start-up and entrepreneurship eco system to inculcate the new idea.

 
  • Prominent Faculty Members 

Name:- Dr. Sandip Vijay

Education:- B.Tech, M.Tech., Ph.D.

Experience:- 23 Yrs.

Designation: -  Professor  and  Director

Specialization: Network Theory, Antenna Design & EMFT

Patents : 13

Publications:-   182 Research publication in reputed journal and   conferences

Resume

Name:- Dr. D.P. Kothari

Education:- B.Tech, M.Tech., Ph.D.

Experience:- 53 Yrs.

Designation: - Adjunct Professor 

Ex Director IIT Delhi ,Ex VC VIT Vellore,Ex Principal VNIT Nagpur

Specialization: Power System, Electrical Machines ,Networks theory

Books : 73

Patents : 05

Publications:-   840 Research publication in reputed journal and   conferences

Resume

Name:- Dr. Sunil Semwal

Education:- B.Tech, M.E., Ph.D.

Experience:- 14Yrs.

Designation:- Associate  Professor  and  Dean  R& D

Specialization:  Artificial Intelligence, Smart Metering System, Machine Learning.

Publications:- 31 Research publication in reputed journal and   conferences

Resume

Name:- Mr.Mukesh Pathela

Education:- B.E, M.Tech., Ph.D(P).

Experience:- 17 Yrs.

Designation:- Assistant  Professor  and HoD

Specialization: Analog Circuits, Digital Communication, Digital Image Processing

Publications:- 14 

Resume

Name:- Mr. Abhishek Chakravorty

Education:- B.Tech, M.Tech

Experience:- 10 Yrs.

Designation:- Assistant  Professor

Specialization:  Instrumentation and Control

Publications:- 07 Research publication in reputed journal and conferences.

Resume

Name:- Ms.Nanse

Education:- B.Tech, M.Tech

Experience:- 04 Yrs.

Designation:- Assistant  Professor

Specialization:  Instrumentation

Publications:- 02 Research publication in reputed journal and conferences.

Resume

Name:- Ms.Rashmi Dhaundiyal

Education:- B.Tech, M.Tech

Experience:- 06 Yrs.

Designation:- Assistant  Professor

Specialization:  Power System

Publications:- 02 Research publication in reputed journal and conferences

Resume

Name:- Mr.Vrij Mohan Vidyarthi

Education:- B.Tech, M.Tech

Experience:- 08 Yrs.

Designation:- Assistant  Professor

Specialization: Power Electronics

Publications:- 05 Research publication in reputed journal and conferences

Resume

Name:- Ms.Sheetal Kapoor

Education:- B.Tech, M.Tech

Experience:- 04 Yrs.

Designation:- Assistant  Professor

Specialization:  Control System

Publications:- 05 Research publication in reputed journal and conferences

Resume

Recent Activities

Expert Talk

Distributed Generation by Prof. (Dr.) S.N.Singh, IIT Kanpur on 22-07-21

Expert Talk

Electric Vehicles: Types and Specification of motors by Dr. Rakesh Mourya NIT Surat on 18-6-2021

1st to 5th March 2021

One Week Short Term Programon PLC and SCADA

6th to 10th December 2021

One week short term course on Internet of Things (IoT)

  • Following Clubs/Societies/ Memberships are running in the department
  1. Embedded Club
  2. Society of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  3. IEEE Memberships and IEEE Student Chapter
  4. IEEE Power and Energy Society (PES)
  5. Vibgyor and Victree
  • The Overall employment of electrical and electronics engineers is projected to grow 7 percent from 2020 to 2030, about as fast as the average for all occupations.
  • With the emergence of Electric vehicles- India’s EV market to grow by 90% to touch $150 billion by 2030
  • The government is planning to provide incentives worth Rs 76,000 crore towards setting up over 20 semiconductor design, components manufacturing and display fabrication (fab) units over the next six years, in a bid to make India a hub for electronics.

Apart from the regular curriculum as specified by the university, we also conduct various workshops/ seminar/Short term courses / Expert talks as add on certifications to the students. These activities enhance the learning skills of the student and make them ready for the industry. Department also conducts industrial visits to aware the students about the recent trends and technologies of the industry.

An Electrical engineer determines how to design and improve electrical products along with the systems, evaluating systems’ safety, reliability, and performance. Electrical engineers work in many sectors including power and renewable energy companies, manufacturing and industrial production organizations spread over a range of products. Electrical engineers work on a variety of firms, such as computers, robots, cell phones, radars, navigation systems, wiring and lighting in buildings and other kinds of electrical systems.

There is an opportunity for EEE graduates to get central government jobs, state government jobs, public and private sectors as well. Some job titles are mentioned here:

  • Electrical Engineer
  • Section Engineers in Railways
  • Project Engineer
  • Power System Engineer
  • Energy Auditor
  • Power and Energy planner
  • Customer Support Engineer
  • Design Engineer
  • Quality control Engineer
  • Production Engineer
  • Maintenance and Service Engineer
  • Sales Manager
  • Assistant Engineers and Junior Engineers in state and Central government organisations

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