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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

The department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering came into existence along with the establishment of the institution in the year 1979. It is now headed by Dr. Pramila M.E. ,Ph.D., supported by highly qualified, experienced and dedicated staff.

In this age of development in technology it is we the Electrical & Electronics engineers who hold the key to development with our horizon ranging from power generation to micro controllers. Founded in 1979, the department boasts of well equipped labs & a well qualified faculty. The department has endeavored in organizing regular field trips to various industries hence giving ample industrial exposure, thus integrating practical & theoretical knowledge.

To develop the overall personality of the students the Electrical Engineering Association (EEA) was formed. EEA holds various seminars ,technical talks & personality development programs to keep the students & staff updated with the latest developments. Several technical institutions like CPRI. PRDC etc, have conducted various lectures & workshops. To add to the credibility of the department various project papers have been acknowledged by the industry .The department has VTU recognized R&D centre and 6 faculty members from our department & also from other institutions have registered for Ph.D at this centre. Also 5 faculty members of our department have been awarded Ph.D. in diversified areas of EEE . Thus the department have strong sense of responsibility to provide an excellent technological education to the undergraduates and has been successful in providing platform to carry out R&D work. The students acquire the requisite knowledge for a successful carrier and the academic strength of the faculty is reflected by the alumini, many of whom are in the top echelons of industry and academia both in India and abroad.

Department has good placement record of 90% in top companies.

Department also has appreciable record of topping VTU twice i,e 1st rank with 07 Gold medals and secured 02 consecutive ranks (1st and 2nd rank) for the academic year 2013-14, 02 rank for the academic year 2015-16, 01 rank for the academic year 2016-17, two ranks during academic year 2017-18 .

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Dr.P.Pramila, Ph.D ,M.E, (Powersystems)
Prof & Head of the Dept

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Total number of Staff in the department :27

Number of Staff with Ph.D.:05
Number of Professors: 01
Number of Associate Professors: 07
Number of Assistant Professors: 06
Number of Non-Teaching Staff: 13

Vision of the Department

To produce competent Engineers to excel in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering by adopting strong teaching and research environment.

Mission of the department

• To prepare graduates for life-long learning and leadership roles in their chosen fields.

• To prepare students to provide technically sound, feasible and socially acceptable solutions to the real life problems.

• To develop critical thinking, social and ethical responsibilities, team work and communication skills in graduate students.

• To start post graduate programs and enhance the capabilities of research center through industry institute interaction.

• To motivate students to pursue higher studies and promote entrepreneurship.

Program Educational Objectives

Program Educational Objectives

PEO 1: Graduate of Electrical and Electronics engineering will excel as professionals with acquired knowledge in mathematics, science and engineering principles.

PEO 2: Graduate of Electrical and Electronics engineering will possess the ability to identify and analyze real life problems and provide solutions that are technically sound, economically feasible and socially acceptable.

PEO 3: Graduate of Electrical and Electronics Engineering will exhibit professionalism, ethical attitude, communication skills, team work and adopt to current trends by engaging in life-long learning.

PEO 4: Graduate of Electrical and Electronics Engineering will exhibit interest in higher studies and research.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Graduates will be able to:

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Model, estimate, simulate and analyze the performance of power system operation, control and their protection mechanisms.

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Design electrical machines to the given specifications, analyze and test their performance

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Design, develop and analyze electrical and electronic systems for applications to power and other domains.

 

 

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Name

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Dr.P.Pramila

Designation

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Prof & Head of the Dept

Qualification

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M.E, Ph.D.(Power systems)

Experience

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27 years

Contact No

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8050291859

Email ID

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pramila_madhuri@rediffmail.com, dr.p.pramila26@gmail.com

Research Interests

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Power Systems

Research Publications

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  1. Pramila P and Puttamadappa C., Harmonics Suppression of Electronic Gadgets Using Wavelets, International Journal of Power Quality,Vol.1, No.2, pp.1-9, 2010.
  2. Pramila P., Puttamadappa C and Purushothaman S., Implementation of Wavelet and RBF for Power Quality Disturbance Classification, International Journal of Computer Science and Information Security IJCSIS), VOL. 8, NO. 8, PP.77-82, 2010.
  3. Pramila P., Puttamadappa C and Purushothaman S., Power Quality Disturbance Classification using Wavelet and Fuzzy Logic, International Journal of Technology Today, ISSN 2180-0987, pp.201-204, January 2011.
  4. Pramila p., Puttamadappa C., Harmonic Distortion Analysis in Electronic Gadgets using Wavelets., International Conference of Science & Technology., Sun College of Engg. And Technology, Kanyakumari, 18th & 19th June’2009, pp.428-436.
  5. Pramila P., Implementation of Power Quality Analysis using Radial Basis Function and Fuzzy Logic, CIIT-International Journal of Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Vol.6, No.6, pp. 197-202, June-July 2014.
  6. Pramila.P.“Power Quality Improvement of a Grid Connected Renewable Energy based Distributed System “ presented at 2nd National Conference on Signal Processing, Computing Networks and Power Engineering (SPCNP-2016) organized by ACS College of Engineering, Bengaluru on 21st & 22nd April ‘2016
  7. Pramila.P“VSC Based HVDC transmission links: Power system fault Analysis” presented at 2nd National Conference on Signal Processing, Computing Networks and Power Engineering (SPCNP-2016) organized by ACS College of Engineering, Bengaluru on 21st & 22nd April ‘2016
  8. Vidya.M., P.Pramila., “Power Quality Issues in Industries and Distribution systems” International Journal of Innovative and Emerging Research in Engineering (IJIERE) ,Volume 3 ,Issue 6, 2016. Impact factor= 3.47
  9. Meghana.M., Asma Anjum., Jayashree Venugopal., P.Pramila., “Automation of Batching Plant using PLC & SCADA, ISBN:978-153758436 International Conference on Advances in Engineering Research on 11th Sept’2016 organized by International Association of Engg and Technology for skill development. ( BEST paper award)
  10. Geetha.D., P.Pramila., “A Survey on Efficiency in PV systems with DC-DC converter” International journal of Communications on Applied Electronics (IJCAE) Foundation 0f Computer Science FCS, New York, USA, Volume 6, Issue 1/671-2016652422 ISBN:973-93-80894-72-3. Oct’2016
  11. Vidya.M., P.Pramila.,“Investigations on Power Quality Improvement in Distribution Lines” International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development, Volume 4, Issue 5, June-2018, Impact factor-5.71
  12. P.Pramila “Performance Analysis of microbial fuel cell under varying temperature & organic content” 10th International conference on advanced techniques in Electrical & Eleectronics Engineering ,held in SJBIT on 4th May 2019.
  13. 13. P. Pramila “Multistage power generation from sewage water” Won best paper award, 10th International conference on advanced techniques in Electrical & Eleectronics Engineering ,held in SJBIT on 4th May 2019.
  14. P. Pramila “Power Quality Improvement of Distributed Generation Power System”JETIR ISSN UGC Approved volume 6,issue 6,June 2019.

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Name

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Y. PAVAN KUMAR

Designation

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Associate Professor

Qualification

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M.Tech (Power System )

Experience

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34 years

Contact No

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94480 43127

Email ID

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ypkbit@gmail.com

Area of Interests

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Power System Voltage Stability and FACTS

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Name

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J. ASHWATHA NARAYANAPPA

Designation

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Associate Professor

Qualification

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M.E (Power systems)

Experience

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28 years

Contact No

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9980030409

Email ID

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jathavaraashwath@yahoo.co.in

Area of Interests

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Power Systems

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Name

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Dr. G.SUDHA

Designation

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Associate Professor

Qualification

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M.E, Ph.D (Power Systems)

Experience

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30 years

Contact No

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9902730103

Email ID

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sudhag_bit@yahoo.co.in

Research Interests

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Electrical Machines, Power System Protection, Power Quality Assessment and Management, AI tools and its Application in Power Engineering and Control, Sensor Networks and Communication Networks.

List Of Publications

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International Journals

  1. G.Sudha, Dr.T.Basavaraju, “A Comparison between different approaches for Fault Classification in Transmission lines”,
    International Engineering and Technology Journal of Electrical Analysis 2008, Vol.2, No. 2, pp 87-93.
  2. G Sudha, K R Valluvan, ”Fault Diagnosis of Transmission Lines with Rogowski coils as Current Sensors”, in International Journal of Computer Application(0975-8887) Vol.70, No.25,May2013 pp 19-25
  3. G.Sudha, K.R.Valluvan, “A Novel Approach to Fault Diagnosis in Transmission Lines with Rogowski coils”, International review of Electrical Engineering(1827-6660), Vol.9, N.3, June 2014, ITALY
  4. G.Sudha, K.R.Valluvan, “High frequency modeling of Smart Sensor for Precise Power
    Quality Assessment using Fuzzy Logic ”
    Journal of Circuits, systems and Computers, ISSN: 0218-1266, June 2016 World Scientific Publishing Company, Singapore

International/National Conferences

  1. G.Sudha, Dr.T.Basavaraju, “Simulation and Testing of a Digital Distance Relay with Fuzzy Logic Based Fault-type Identification using MATLAB/SIMULINK”, at International Conference on Power System Protection, held at CPRI, Bangalore during 20-21 Feb 2007.
  2. G.Sudha, Dr.T.Basavaraju, “Simulation and Testing of a Digital Distance Relay using MATLAB/SIMULINK”, at National Conference on Emerging trends in Power Systems, ETPS - 2007, held at K.L.N College of Engineering, Madurai during 15-16 Feb 2007.
  3. G.Sudha, Dr.T.Basavaraju, “A new approach for Fault Identification in Transmission lines using Wavelet Transform”, at National Conference on Advances in Electrical Engineering, NCAEE 2007, held at NMAMIT, NITTE during 27-28 Sep 2007.
  4. G.Sudha, Dr.T.Basavaraju, “A Fast Fault Classification technique based on Wavelet Transforms”, at International Conference on Power Systems, ICPS - 2007, held at CPRI, Bangalore, during 12-14 Dec 2007.
  5. G.Sudha, Dr.T.Basavaraju, “A Comparison between different approaches for Fault Classification in Transmission lines”, at International Conference on Information & Communication Technology in Electrical Sciences, ICTES - 2007, held at Dr. M G R University & IET, UK during 20-22 Dec 2007.
  6. G.Sudha, Dr.T.Basavaraju, “A comparison between different approaches for fault classification in transmission lines”, IET-UK International Conference on Information and Communication Technology in Electrical Sciences (ICTES 2007) (2007/002) Tamil Nadu, India, 20-22 Dec. 2007,p.398–403 http://dx.doi.org/10.1049/ic:20070645, ISBN: 978 0 86341 937 9
  7. G.Sudha, Dr.T.Basavaraju,“ Transmission line fault identification with Rogowski coil using MATLAB/Simulink”, at 26th Indian Engineering Congress-2011, IEC - 2011, held at Palace grounds, Bangalore, during 15-18 Dec 2011.
  8. G.Sudha, Dr.K.R Valluvan, “Fault Classification Of Transmission Lines With Rogowski Coils As Current Sensors”, National conference on Emerging Technologies and Applications in Electrical Sciences, Dept of EEE, Velalar College of Engineering and Technology, Erode on15th March 2014
  9. G.Sudha, Dr.K.R Valluvan, “ Power Quality Assessment and Classification using Wavelet Transformation”, National conference on Real Time Systems NCRTS2014, at City Engineering College, Bengaluru held on 9th & 10th May 2014

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Name

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SMITHA A. N.

Designation

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Associate Professor

Qualification

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M.E (Power systems)

Experience

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29 years

Contact No

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9880848239

Email ID

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smithaan61@gmail.com

Area Of Interests

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Electrical Services, Renewable Energy Sources and Nano Technology

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Name

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Dr. M.R.PRAPULLA

Designation

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Associate Professor

Qualification

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M.Tech, Ph.D. (Power Systems)

Experience

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29 years

Contact No

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9538780505

Email ID

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mprapullah6@gmail.com

Research Interests

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Control Systems

List Of Publications

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International Journals

  1. M.R. Prapulla & Puttamadappa,”Implementation of two link articulated Robot Kinematic simulation using Echo state neural network “ IJCSIS vol12,No 6, June 2014.
  2. M.R. Prapulla & Puttamadappa, “Implementation of Neuro-Fuzzy method for Robot Kinematic Simulation “ IJAIS & machine learning Vol6, No 6, July2014.

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Name

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: Dr. SWARNALATHA SRINIVAS

Designation

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Associate Professor

Qualification

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M.E,Ph.D.(Power Systems)

Experience

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28 years

Contact No

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9632477033

Email ID

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swarnalatha.ss@gmail.com

Research Interests

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Wireless Communication, Ad-hoc Networks, VANETs, MANETS, Sensor Networks

List Of Publications

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International/National Conferences:

  1. 1. Madhu D, Santhosh Kumar M.K. ,Swarnalatha Srinivas & Narendra Kumar G,” Low altitude airships for seamless mobile communication in air travel” 3rd international conference on advanced information Technologies & application (ICAITA-2014),Dubai, UAE –November 2014.

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Name

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Dr. H.B.NAGESH

Designation

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Associate Professor

Qualification

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M.E,Ph.D. (Power Systems )

Experience

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26 years

Contact No

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9845230018

Email ID

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hbnbit@gmail.com

Research Interests

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Power system voltage stability, FACTS

List Of Publications

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  1. H. B. Nagesh and P. S. Puttaswamy “Enhancement of Voltage Margin Stability using FACTS Controllers”, IEEE and IACSIT sponsored ICCEE- 2010, Nov.2010, Chengdu, China, IEEE Explore, Vol.10, pp.550-554.
  2. H. B. Nagesh and P. S. Puttaswamy “Power Flow Model of TCSC and Enhancement of Power Transfer Capability”, ICCCPEIC-2013, Adhiparasakthi Engineering College, Melmaruvathur, Tamilnadu, India.
  3. H. B. Nagesh and P. S. Puttaswamy “Power Flow Model of SVC”, K S Rangasamy College of Technology, Tiruchengode-637 715, Tamilnadu, March-2012.
  4. H. B. Nagesh and P. S. Puttaswamy “ Voltage Stability Enhancement Using Shunt and Series FACTS Controllers”, International Journal on Electronic and Electrical Engineering, IJEEE, ISSN 0974-2042,Volume 16,September 2011, Winter Edition 2011.pp.37- 46.
  5. H. B. Nagesh and P. S. Puttaswamy “ Power Flow Model of Static Var Compensator and Enhancement of Voltage stability”, International Journal of Advances in Engineering and Technology, IJAET, May 2012,ISSN:2231-1963.Vol.3,Issue 2,pp.499-507.
  6. H. B. Nagesh and P. S. Puttaswamy “Enhancement of Voltage Stability Margin Using FACTS Controllers”, International Journal of Computer and Electrical Engineering (IJCEE), IJCEE 2013, Volume.5 (2), pp261-265 ISSN: 1793-8163,DOI: 10.7763/IJCEE.2013.V5.709.
  7. Operation of D-STATCOM in Voltage Control Mode, , IJERT,Vol.7,Issue9, Sept.2018

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Name

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SUMAN A.H.

Designation

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Assistant Professor

Qualification

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M.E. ( Power Electronics)

Experience

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18 years

Contact No

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9880467548

Email ID

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sumanah01@gmail.com

Area of Interests

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Power Electronics & Electric Drives

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Name

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S.RADHIKA

Designation

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Assistant Professor

Qualification

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M.E.( Power Electronics )

Experience

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12 years

Contact No

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9844153556

Email ID

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eeesradhika@gmail.com

Area of Interests

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Power Electronics

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Name

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H.SURESH

Designation

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Assistant Professor

Qualification

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M.Tech. ( Power Electronics & Drives)

Experience

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11 years

Contact No

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9986040846

Email ID

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suresh_0672@yahoo.com

Area of Interests

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Power Electronics & Drives, Solar & Wind Renewable energy sources

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Name

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Lakshmi R

Designation

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Assistant Professor

Qualification

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M.E ( Comp Applications in Industrial Drives)

Experience

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4 years

Contact No

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9886746450

Email ID

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lakshmi174.r@gmail.com

Area of Interests

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Power Electronics & Electric Drives

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Name

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YASHWANTH KUMAR B

Designation

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Assistant Professor

Qualification

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M.E ( Power Electronics )

Experience

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4 years

Contact No

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9742010117

Email ID

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kumaryashp@gmail.com

Area of Interests

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Power Electronics, Renewable energy

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Name

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HARSHAVARDHAN C P

Designation

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Assistant Professor

Qualification

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M.E ( Power systems)

Experience

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4 years

Contact No

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9844874391

Email ID

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harshachand06@gmail.com

Area of Interests

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Power systems

List of Non-Teaching staff with their designation

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DESIGNATION

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Y.Sadashiva

Foreman

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H.L.Krishnappa

Instructor

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R.Govindaraju

Instructor

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R.Ranganatha

Asst Instructor

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J.Ramakrishna

Computer Operator

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Santhosh Kumar.K.S.

Asst Instructor

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Sowmya.H.P

Asst Instructor

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Vishwanath.M.S.

Mechanic

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Abhinandan C.D

Mechanic

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D.N.Gangadhara

Helper

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R.Vinay

Helper

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Sowmya

Helper

Faculty Information From 2016-2019

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Achievements

During 2013-14 VTU examination

a1
Abhilash A.S
has secured 1st Rank with 7 Gold Medals.
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Pruthvi R
has secured 2nd rank





During 2014-15 VTU examination

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RAHUL MADHUKAR
IIRANK
a4
GOPAL DEO PRASAD
VI-RANK
a5
RAKESH RAUSHAN
IX-RANK

During 2016-17 VTU examination

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LAVANYA UNDAVILLI
VII-RANK

During 2017-18 VTU examination

keerthana
K KEERTHANA
IIRANK
prajapathi
PRAJAPATHI MANVENDRA
IX-RANK



RESULTS: The bar chart depicts the overall pass percentage of final, third & second year students of Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering.

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Infrastructure:

The department possesses up to date equipment and software packages to deep the students abreast with the latest trends and requirements of the ever changing industrial environment

Laboratories:

The department has well equipped Laboratories affording students practical experiences in handling machines and theoretical know how.
Electrical Machines Lab: Include AC/DC generator and motors, inductions and synchronous motors, transformers.

Microcontroller Lab : a full fledged microcontroller lab , that offers interaction with 8051 model.

Electrical Measurement lab: Equipped with latest technologies in electrical energy measurement and instrumentation such as kelvin bridges, flux meter, universal measuring bridges, energy meter and digital RMS meters

Linear integrated Circuits lab : CROs, signal generators are used to study opamp characteristic’s & its application circuits are designed &analysed .

Relay & High voltage lab: Experiments on measurement of high voltage Study of various current & voltage Relay Characteristics using testing kits,high voltage systems etc.,is carried out.

Power electronics lab: Experiments involving study of SCRs, chopper and inverter circuits etc are taken up. study of electric drives and speed control of motor arecarried out.

Controls Lab: Practical exercises on analysis of DC servomotors, feedback mechanisms, stepper motors characteristics are conducted.

Digital signal processing Lab: Using MAT-LAB, processing of various types of digital signal is done.

Power system simulation / pspice lab: The lab houses MI-POWER software for load flow studies, fault analysis , steady state and transient state stability studies, optimality of performance study, system interconnection and their computer simulation etc.

AEC/DEC Labs: study of characteristics of transistors, diodes, FET,MOSFET, and opamps are taken up. Realization of flip-flops, counters, multiplexers, demultiplexers, encoder,, decoder, ADC/DAC, multivibrators etc. are done.

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Academics

Following E Notes is provided By Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

CURRICULUM

Machines: AC/DC machines ,Generalized machine theory , special machines, solid state control , Traction , Electrical Machine Design.

Power System: Networks, Power Generation , transmission & Distribution ,Power System & stability ,HVDC, Power Electronics and Illumination. Power system operation control.

Electronics: Analog Electronics, Digital Electronics , Signal &Systems ,Electronics instrumentation ,Microcontrollers, Microprocessors , DSP, AI, Neural Networks.

Computers : C/C++, Java & internet programming, CCN, Computer Application to Power Systems, Computer Organization.

Controls: Linear control Systems, Advanced control systems, Fuzzy logic control systems.

Affiliations to technical forums like IEEE and IEE enhance upon the technical knowledge of the students. Over the years students have participated in the events organized by various forums. In the process students keep themselves updated with the latest developments all over the world with IEEE and IEE journals.

Research

To add to the credibility of the department various project papers have been acknowledged by the industry .The department has VTU recognized R&D centre and 6 faculty members from our department & also from other institutions have registered for Ph.D at this centre. Also 5 faculty members of our department have been awarded Ph.D. in diversified areas of EEE . Thus the department have strong sense of responsibility to provide an excellent technological education to the undergraduates and has been successful in providing platform to carry out R&D work.

Some important projects done by electrical students :

• Power system in Bangalore city (KEB)

• Long range Single Phase Electronic Energy meter (BHEL)

• Communication Modem for the Protection Relay (ABB)

• Airborne Encoder Decoder Simulator (ADE)

• Application of Genetic Algorithm in Power Systems (CPRI)

• Study of Ion Migration and Thermal Runaway of DC Insulators (CPRI)

• Control and monitoring system Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (ABB)

• Evaluation of Digital Distance Relaying Algorithms (CPRI)

• Microprocessor based governing of prime movers & PLC based controlled conveyor (KIRLOSKAR)

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Bangalore Institute of Technology

Innovations by the Faculty in Teaching and Learning

Teaching methods adopted to improve student learning Resources available (Centralized / Department levels)

v IEEE Xplore Digital Library : http://ieeexplore.ieee.org

v Taylor & Francis: http://tandfonline.com

v Springerlink: http://link.springer.com

v KNimbus Digital Library: http://knimbus.org

v NPTEL Courses:http://nptel.ac.in

v NDL: https://ndl.iitkgp.ac.in

v Proquest (Engineering):http://search.proquest.com

v KopyKitab: https://www.kopykitab.com

http://vtulibrary.kopykitab.com

v MIT Open Courseware

v Swayam Online Courses

Innovations by the faculty in Teaching and Learning:

  • Use of modern teaching aids like LCD projectors classrooms.
  • Expert video subject lectures delivered by the various eminent resource persons are

available in the digital library and it facilitates the faculty and students to utilize e –Tutorials of NPTEL, access E-Journals, Video Conference room, etc.

  • Faculty members use digital library, Auto Desk, Mi-Power, MATLAB, P-Spice and other Open Source tools to understand and deliver the course content.
  • The faculty members are encouraged to participate in short term courses, webinar, staff development programs and workshops on advanced topics to keep pace with the advanced level of knowledge and skills.
  • The faculty members have been participating/presenting papers in national/international conferences and publish their articles in national/international journals to enrich their knowledge.
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering department at Bangalore Institute of Technology has H V laboratory which is are equipped with latest modules like Generator protection kit, Motor protection kit, HV testing transformer, Impulse generator.
  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering department at Bangalore Institute of Technology has laboratory which is equipped with the following software tools:

· Keil software for studying Microcontrollers

· P-Spice software for simulating Electrical and Electronic Circuits.

· MATLAB for modeling and analyzing solving Control system, Signal processing and Power system problems.

· Auto – CADD and Solid Edge for Drafting Problems

· MI-Power Software for Modeling and solving Power System Problems.

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5.5.1. e- Content Available in VTU – EDUSAT Portal

Prof. Y. Pavan Kumar of the department participated in VTU e- learning program.

Course taught: Basic Electrical Engineering

No. of sessions: 17

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