Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

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It is my privilege to welcome you at the home page of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department. The department is consistently working on practicing outcome based teaching-learning process, where class rooms are full of energy and laboratory sessions are full of learning experience.

The department maintains excellent faculty student ratio to ensure proper attention to each student. The strengths and standing of the department are best evidenced by the state-of-the-art academic facilities, experienced and committed faculty members, innovative teaching pedagogy with focus on hands-on learning and ample scope for co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

The department takes extra care for meritorious students by providing them additional resource material, extending the departmental library facilities along with other motivating schemes.

The one to one interaction and mentorship initiatives are motivating students to excel beyond the curriculum. Due to such initiatives an atmosphere is created where entrepreneurship skills are nurtured, as a result students are getting financial support from government agencies (e.g., MSME etc.) for startup.

The department is committed to deliver high quality technical education with multidimensional exposure to students so that they are ready to handle the challenges of exponentially growing technological advancements and be globally competitive.

Dr. Rambir Singh
Ph.D. (MNNIT, Allahabad)

Vision
To be a centre of excellence in the field of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, where the best of teaching, learning & research synergize and to equip the students with latest technology in the field of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, thereby developing them as a potential human resource to contribute in development of society and nation.

Mission
  • Imparting sound technical knowledge to the students for fulfilling the upcoming needs of the society in the various fields of Electrical & Electronics Engineering.
  • Providing the students an overall background suitable for making a successful career in industry/research/higher education in India and abroad.
  • Providing opportunities for learning beyond curriculum to develop leadership and entrepreneurship spirit among students.
Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)
  • To provide the Graduates a thorough knowledge in the key principles and practices of Electrical & Electronics Engineering for their successful career.
  • To equip the Graduates with skills required to successfully handle the problems of Electrical, Electronics and allied industries.
  • To provide adequate facilities so that the Graduates acquire enough knowledge to actively engage in learning, understanding and applying innovative ideas and technologies for contributing in research & development or pursuing higher studies.
  • To create among the Graduates the curiosity and ability to keep learning throughout life to be adaptive to the world of constantly evolving technologies and be globally competitive.
  • To provide interdisciplinary and value based engineering education so that Graduates develop good communication skills, managerial skills, team spirit, leadership qualities and be responsible to environment & society along with professional competency.
Program Outcomes (POs)
  • 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 literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural science 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 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.
  • 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 processional engineering practice.
  • Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental context 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 the 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 lifelong learning in the broadcast of technological change.
Program Specific Outcomes ( PSOs)

    Graduates will be able to demonstrate proficiency in:

  • PSO1. Understanding and utilizing the knowledge of electrical machines, power electronics, control system, integrated circuits and communication systems in collaboration with power system in an innovative way to achieve the desired outcome.
  • PSO2.To explore the scientific theories, methodologies and latest technological advancement in the field of renewable/green energy and there use in professional way to find out implementable solutions to the existing and upcoming challenges in the energy sector.
  • PSO3.Use of technologies like PLC, transducers and process controllers by using them judicially in industrial applications. Ability to use latest software for design, simulation studies and detailed analysis of electrical and electronics systems.
Programmes offered by the department
  • Name of the Programme - B .Tech. (EN)
  • Nature of Programme - Full Time
  • Duration - 4 Years
  • Current Intake - 60 seats
  • Initial Intake - 60 Seats
  • No. of Pass Out Batches - 05
Department Labsclick here to see >>
    Measurement Labclick here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Ms. Bindu Mishra
      Technical Staff : Mr. Suresh Giri
      Objective: To teach students the significance and application of measurement and measuring instruments in engineering.
      Major Equipment
      • AC voltmeter and ammeter calibration kit
      • Maxwell’s bridge
      • Anderson’s bridge
      • Hay’s bridge
      • Owen’s bridge
      • De Sauty’s bridge
      • Schering’s bridge
      • Kelvin’s double bridge
      • CRO, Function generator
    Power Electronic Labclick here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Ms. Meenakshi Mataray
      Technical Staff : Mr. Ashutosh Kumar
      Objective: To provide the students with a basic foundation for analysis, design and testing of power electronics converters by simulation and experimentation.
      Major Equipment
      • Single phase half wave rectifier kit
      • Single phase full wave rectifier kit
      • Single phase mid-point cyclo converter kit
      • Characteristic of SCR
      • Single phase AC voltage regulator
      • Triggering of MOSFET, IGBT kit
      • IGBT bridge Inverter
      • IGBT chopper circuit
    Network Labclick here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Ms. Sadaf Naqvi
      Technical Staff : Mr. Vijay Kumar Rai
      Objective:To introduce students the methods to solve and analyse networks using provided resources in the laboratory.
      Major Equipment
      • Superposition Theorem verification kit
      • Thevenin’s, Norton’s, Maximum power transfer theorem verification kit
      • Tellegen’s theorem verification kit
      • RLC network kit
      • z and h parameter kit
      • ABCD parameter kit
      • Interconnection of networks kit
      • Low pass and High pass filters
    Control System Labclick here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Ms. Sadaf Naqvi
      Technical Staff : Mr. Vijay Kumar Rai
      Objective:To instruct students various concepts of control systems having industrial applications and enhance their practical exposure.
      Major Equipment
      • P, PI, PID controller kit
      • RTD kit
      • DC position control system
      • Synchro transmitter and receiver kit
      • AC servomotor
      • Servo voltage stabiliser
      • Lag, lead, lag-lead compensator kit
      • DC motor in open and closed loop configuration
    Instrumentation Labclick here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Ms. Nisha Parveen
      Technical Staff : Mr. Ashutosh Kumar
      Objective:To familiarize students with the operation of various instrumentation technologies used in engineering fields.
      Major Equipment
      • LVDT kit
      • Proximity sensor kit
      • Strain Gauge based on load cell kit
      • Strain Gauge based on water level kit
      • P, PI, PID controller kit
      • RTD kit
      • Thermocouple kit
      • Anemometer kit
    Power System Labclick here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Mr. Vikas Tripathi
      Technical Staff : Mr. Suresh Giri
      Objective:To accustom students with the fundamentals of power transmission and distribution system and the various protection schemes used.
      Major Equipment
      • Oil testing set
      • Cable fault locator
      • Mho, Impedance and Reactance relays
      • IDMT over current relay
      • Percentage differential relay
      • Line and ground fault detectors
      • Panel for determination of Direct axis and Quadrature axis reactance
      • Panel for studying Ferranti effect
    Electrical Machine Labclick here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Mr. Vikas Singh Negi, Ms. Rashmi Jain
      Technical Staff : Mr. Atul Goel
      Objective:To impart deep knowledge about the working of various electrical machines seen in daily life as well as in industries, by giving students as much physical exposure as possible.
      Major Equipment
      • DC shunt motor and generator with panel
      • Dc series motor with panel
      • DC compound motor and generator with panel
      • Panel for synchronisation of 3 phase alternator
      • 3 phase induction motor with panel
      • 1 phase induction motor with panel
      • Panel for speed control of 3 phase induction motor by V/f method
      • Panel for 3 phase synchronous machine
      • Panel for Scott connection
      • Panel for V-curve of 3 phase synchronous machine
      • Panel for Hopkinson test for DC shunt machine
      • Panel for speed control of DC shunt motor by Ward-Leonard method
      • Panel for alternator and DC shunt motor
      • Rectifier panel AC to DC
    Basic Electrical Labclick here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Mr. S. P. Bihari, Mr. Bhupendra Sehgal
      Technical Staff : Mr. Ashish Rastogi, Mr. Munesh Sharma
      Objective:To forge basic concepts of electricity and magnetism in students with a practical view point and prepare them for the future challenges in engineering.
      Major Equipment
      • KVL and KCL verification kit
      • Superposition, Thevenin, Norton, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem verification kit
      • RLC parameter calculation kit
      • RLC Resonance kit
      • Power factor calculation kit
      • Single phase transformer panel
      • Two wattmeter method panel
      • 3 phase induction motor panel
    Numerical Techniques Labclick here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Mr. Vikas Singh Negi
      Technical Staff : Mr. Ashutosh Kumar
      Objective:To teach students various software modules of their interest and to make them accustomed with the recent trends in industries.
      Software Used
      • MATLAB
      • Scilab (Open Source)
    Simulation Labclick here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Mr. Vikas Singh Negi
      Technical Staff : Mr. Ashutosh Kumar
      Objective:To familiarize students with the various simulation techniques used in industries to make them more resourceful as an engineer.
      Software Used
      • MATLAB
      • Simulink
      • Scilab (Open Source)
    Project Labclick here to see >>
      Laboratory Incharge : Mr. R. N. Chaubey
      Technical Staff : Mr. Suresh Giri
      Objective:To impart hand on exposure and experience of the various electrical equipments and on site conditions while catering to sponsored research projects, modernization & development.
      Major Equipment
      • Variac, Transformers
      • Solder Iron, Multimeter
      • Bread board, Components (R,L,C)
      • Cut out view of various electrical machines and equipment
      • Project Kits: Transmission line surveillance robot, Wireless power transfer, Multilevel parking, etc
Infrastructure Facilitiesclick here to see >>
  • Department has well established labs with dedicated lab staff.
  • Department has smart Class Rooms and Seminar hall with e-learning facilities.
  • Department has a Project Lab which promotes Sponsored Research Projects and encourages students to utilise the resources to maximum.
  • Department has a well developed Departmental Library to aid students.
  • Department also has a dedicated group to provide industrial exposure to our students.
  • Department has a dedicated technical forum (VIDYUT) for students which actively organises events to keep the environment competitive as well as friendly both at the same time.
Research & Developmentclick here to see >>
    Publication In National & International Journalsclick here to see >>
      Session 2015-16click here to see >>
      • A.Baliyan, Vigya, A. Misra, S.Sawai, , “Short-Term Load Forecasting Using Functional Link Artificial Neural Network”, International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Vol. 10, no. 44, 2015.
      • S.P.Bihari, Y.Kumari, A.Gupta, , R.N.Chaubey, B.Sehgal, “Performance and Analysis of Reactive Power Compensation by Unified Power Flow Controller”, Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Vol 3, issue 3, 141-149, 2015.
      • B.Sehgal, S.P. Bihari,  Y.Kumari, R.N.Chaubey, A.Gupta, , “ Performance of FACTS Devices for Power System Stability”, Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Vol 3, issue 3, 135-140, 2015.
      • S.P.Bihari, Y.Kumari, B.Sehgal, R.N.Chaubey, A.Gupta, , “ Development of a Cost Effective Power Generation System: An Overview”, Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Informatics, Vol 4, issue 1, 2015.
      Session 2014-15click here to see >>
      • Aayushee Shokhand, Parag Nijhawan, “Improved Performance of Z- Source Inverter based Multipulse Converters feeding DTC Induction Motor Drive”, Ciencia e Tecnica, Vol. 29, no. 6, pp. 254-283, June 2014.
      • Parag Nijhawan, Aayushee Shokhand, “Investigations on the Effectiveness of 12-pulse Z-Source Converter based DSTATCOM in a Distribution Network with DTC Induction Motor Drive”, Ciencia e Tecnica, Vol. 29, no. 7, pp. 142-155, July 2014.
      Session 2013-14click here to see >>
      • Shamsha Keshwani and Meenakshi Mataray, “RIP Bushing for EHV class Power Transformer”, International Journal of P2P Network Trends and Technology, volume 6, paper ID- IJPTT -V6P406, March 2014.
      • Meenakshi Mataray and Shamsha Keshwani , “Frequency Control of Isolated Network with wind and diesel generators by using frequency regulators”, International Journal of P2P Network Trends and Technology, volume 6, paper ID- IJPTT –V6P407, March 2014.
      • Shweta Agrawal, Manish Kr. Verma, P. K. Dwivedi, Shiv Shanker Sharma “Modeling and Transient Performance Analysis of DC - DC Buck Converter”, International journal of latest technology in engineering, management & applied science, volume 3, Issue 5, pp. 272-277, May 2014.
      Session 2012-13click here to see >>
      • S.Gupta , “Reactive Power Control Using FC-TCR”, International Journal Of Innovative Technology And Research (IJITR), Volume No. 1, Issue No. 1, December-January 2013.
      • Shweta Agrawal, Pankaj Khandelwal, “Load Flow Solutions of Radial Distribution Networks with Minimum Data Preparatoin” International journal of latest technology in engineering, management & applied science, volume 2, Issue 3, pp. 22-26, March 2013.
      • Sushil Kr. Solanki, Shweta Agrawal,Pankaj Khandelwal,“H.V.D.C. Technology Overview & Applications”, International journal of latest technology in engineering, management & applied science, volume 2, Issue 2, pp. 35-39, Feb 2013.
    Publication In National & International Conferencesclick here to see >>
      Session 2016-17click here to see >>
      • Nisha Parveen, Ankur Singh Rana and Mini S. Thomas, “A Practical approach for locating faults for overhead transmission lines using synchronized measurements from PMUs”, presented in IEEE 1st International Conference on Power Electronics, Intelligent Control and Energy Systems (ICPEICES), DTU, July 2016.
      • Nisha Parveen, Aayushee Shokhand, “Comparison between electronic ballast and electromagnetic ballast”, NCRTEEE, Feb, 2017.
      • Nisha Parveen, Aayushee Shokhand, “Performance evaluation of solar photovoltaic systems”, NCRTEEE, Feb, 2017.
      Session 2015-16click here to see >>
      • R.Singh,  , A.K Singh, , P. Kumar, “ Self Tuned Approximated Simplest Fuzzy Logic Controlled based Shunt Active Power Filter”, Proc. of IEEE International Conference on Energy Economics and Environment, 2015.
      • P.Kumar, A.K Singh.; R..Singh,  “Aging Leader and Challenger based PSO for Harmonic Mitigation using SAPF”, Proc. of IEEE International Conference on Energy Economics and Environment,2015.
      • R.Singh, A.K Singh, , R.K. Arya,  “Approximation of Optimized Fuzzy Logic Controller for Shunt Active Power Filter”, in Complex System Modeling and Control through Soft Computations, Switzerland: Springer International Publishing, 2015, pp. 571-595,(ISBN: 978-3-319-12883-2)
      • A.S. Rana, N.Parveen , S Rasheed. M.S Thomas, “Exploring IEEE Standard for Synchrophasor C37.118 with Practical Implementation”, Proc. of  IEEE International Conference INDICON, 2015.
      • Arjun Baliyan, S.K. Mishra “A Review on Short Term Load Forecasting using Artificial Neural Network Model”, Intelligent Computing, Communication & Convergence, Vol. 48, 2015, Pages 121–125,(Bhubaneswar),2015.
      • Arjun Baliyan, S.K. Mishra “Efficient Prediction of Short Term Load Demand using Chebyshev functional link Artificial Neural Network”, DRDO Sponsored 2nd International Conference on Innovations, Embedded and Communication Systems(ICIIECS’15),pp. 1-5, DOI:10.1109/ICIIECS.2015.7193048,(Coimbatore),2015.
      • Ankur Singh Rana, Nisha Parveen, Shaziya Rasheed and Mini S. Thomas, “Exploring IEEE Standard for Synchrophasor C37.118 with Practical Implementation”, INDICON, pp. 1-6, New Delhi, 17-20 Dec., 2015.
      Session 2014-15click here to see >>
      • S.Gupta, “Reduced Order Model of Two Area Interconnected Power System Using Mixed Method”, RACE 2015.
      • Aayushee Shokhand, Parag Nijhawan, “Performance Comparison of Multipulse Converters feeding Non-Linear loads”, National Conference on Recent Advances in Power Systems, Chandigarh, 2014.
      • Aayushee Shokhand, Parag Nijhawan, “Simulation and Performance Comparison of Multipulse
      • Converters”, National Conference on Integrated Computational Techniques in Electrical Engineering, Patiala, 2014.
      • Ankur Singh Rana, Nisha Parveen, S. Afroz Ali and Mini S. Thomas, “Power system protection enhancement using synchronized measurements”, Emerging Trends in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Vol. 1, pp. 53-61, Excel India Publications, New Delhi. ISBN: 978-93-84869-20-5
      • S. Afroz Ali, Ankur Singh Rana, Nisha Parveen and Mini S. Thomas, , “Practical implementation of IEC 61850 based substation”, Emerging Trends in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Vol. 2, pp. 329-338, Excel India Publications, New Delhi. ISBN: 978-93-84869-25-0
      Session 2013-14click here to see >>
      • S.Gupta, MATLAB based Reactive Power Analysis of Power System with Graphical User Interface”, National Conference on Soft Computing, Feb 2014.
      • S.Gupta, “Supplementary Signal of SVC for Damping Torsional Oscillation”, CIPECH-2014.
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