Department of Electrical Engineering has an intake capacity of 60 students in B.Tech. course. The Department has well qualified and experienced faculty members. The Department ensures that curriculum is effectively covered so as to achieve expected program outcomes.To make the students more competent the department organizes expert lectures, workshops, technical events, seminars, & Industrial trips. The Department always ensures that the students are motivated for taking entrepreneurship initiatives by organizing various technical events. The MATLAB designing & Circuit Designing contests are organized to bring out the hidden talent of the students. Apart from these contests students are involved in designing quality projects as part of their curriculum.
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. is well-equipped with state of the art modern laboratories to provide a superior level of practical education to its students. The laboratories are specifically designed with excellent facilities to meet the requirements of A.I.C.T.E. and Rajiv Gandhi Proudyogiki Vishwavidhyalaya (State Technological University). Advanced equipments and hardware/softwares are added to the laboratories each year thus keeping them updated.
In the session 2015-16, the department conducted a national level symposium, “AAYAM 2K16” which was a trend setter in several ways. The technical symposium was held on 24-26th of April in which students from all over the nation presented their technical papers on different emerging topics and participated in Robotics and Poster competition and LAN Gaming, Quiz, and Extempore also.
Vision of the department:
To impart education to the students of Electrical Engineering in core and multidisciplinary subjects for academic excellence, placements and good human values.
Mission of the department:
To prepare the students to face the upcoming challenges in the field of Electrical Engineering and allied areas who are professionally skilled, intellectually adept and socially responsible to contribute to the society through quality and value based education.
PEO1. Our graduates will have broad knowledge of Electrical Engineering as well as interdisciplinary subjects and will be engaged in lifelong learning by adapting latest trends in technology.
PEO2. Our graduates will be able to pursue higher education and good professional career in efficient management of power demands through energy conservation and alternative / renewable energy solutions.
PEO3. Our graduates will/shall have necessary communication skills, will demonstrate leadership quality and will be sensitive towards social and ethical issues involved in maintaining power quality.
PSO 1: The ability to analyze, design, and implement power system, electrical machines, power electronics, instrumentation, communications systems, control systems with the assistance of basic science and interdisciplinary subjects to engage in life.
PSO 2: Apply appropriate techniques and modern engineering hardware and software tools in power systems and power electronics to get an employment in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
PSO 3: Comprehend technological advancements and the impact of electrical engineering solutions in societal and environmental context, commit to professional ethics and communicate effectively.
Short Term Training Program (STTP)
A three days Short Term Training Program (STTP) on “Power Electronic Devices and its Applications in Power System” was organised by the Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, sponsored by RGPV, Bhopal M.P., under TEQIP Phase III, during 8th to 10th February 2018.
The STTP was formally inaugurated on 8th Feb. 2018 at 10.30 am by Dr Veerendra Kumar, Director DTE Govt. of Madhya Pradesh. Dr Gaurav Trivedi, IIT Guwahati was the keynote speaker. Both of them expressed the importance of Power Electronics in Power System, they also appreciated our initiative to make the value addition in faculties and students. Dr. K. K. Dwivedi, Director , Technocrats Institute of Technology (Excellence), extended the welcome speech, Dr. Anula Khare, Head of the Department, briefed about the STTP that the primary goal of the STTP is to cultivate thinking and promote research developmental activities in the field of power electronics and power system among researchers, faculty and students.
An Interational Seminar was organised on 6th March 2017, on the topic “Selection Installation and Testing of Electrical Equipment in Hazardous Areas” The keynote speaker was Prof. Anees Md. Qureshi from Abu Dhabi.
The main objective this seminar was to provide platform to the participants to identify, explore and share several research ideas and widen various aspects of scientific and technical knowledge and achievements. This seminar provided a conducive environment to explore possibilities of research, awareness of state of art technology and emphasis on innovations and novel ideas.
A National Seminar was organised, on February 25, 2017 on the topic “Recent Trends in Power System”, the speaker was Mr. Ashish Sharma, from MPSEB.
The main objective of this seminar was to provide platform to the participants to identify, explore and share several research ideas and widen various aspects of scientific and technical knowledge and achievements in the area of Power System.
Final year students of batch 2013-2017 , successfully installed 1 KWp rooftop solar PV power generation system and brought into operation under guidance of faculty members.
On 5th May 2017, it was inaugurated by Hon’ble Dr. R. R. Karsoliya Sir
1.7 KW. Solar Wind Hybrid Power Generation System was successfully installed and brought into operation by final year students of 2014-2018 batch, in May 2018 under guidance of faculty members.