Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

EEE Course Details


Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

The Department of EEE offers B. Tech. in Electrical & Electronics Engineering. The program provides excellent technical knowledge in the emerging areas of Electrical Engineering along with the required supporting knowledge of mathematics, science, computing, and engineering fundamentals. The program also includes in depth study and analysis of Electrical Technology, Power Systems, Control Systems, Circuit Theory, Digital Signal Processing and Soft Computing etc. The laboratory works develop the basic skills needed to formulate problems, to perform and design experimental projects.

The department also offers post graduate programme - M. Tech in Power Electronics and Electrical Drives. The objective of the programme is to introduce the students to various types of power electronic devices and control of electric power using these devices. The program is structured to cover the fundamentals, application areas through a set of core subjects and electives which the students can select based on their interest followed by a project work. In the project work, the students are encouraged to work on specific application areas involving design, simulation, and fabrication and testing of any power electronics system having industrial applications.

The department has developed exclusive well-equipped laboratories for suitable instructions and hands-on experience as per AICTE norms.

Some of the important labs under the department are:

  • Electrical Machines Lab.
  • Control Systems & Simulation Lab.
  • Electrical Measurements Lab.
  • Power Electronics& Simulation lab.
  • Power Converters Lab.
  • Electrical Circuits Simulation Lab.

The simulation of electrical systems lab has sophisticated software on power systems, power electronics and control systems based on mat lab and simulink.

The department library houses large volumes of various titles for both the faculty and students. Students are encouraged to actively involve in understanding concepts through hands-on, small-group and individuals explorations, using real-time examples from the industry.

Students are assigned time bound group assignments and encouraged to learn the intricacies of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

Alumni :

The Alumni of the Department are well placed in various companies like Infosys Limited, Haat Incinerators India, Sri Vigneswara Enterprises, Interfoto India, Pilani Softlabs, Adtec Electronic Instruments, CGI, Nokia, Kochar Infotech, Snam Alloys Pvt ltd, Pixsello, Youngminds Technology solutions, Zigma Technologies, AEGIS, TCS, Adaitya Birla, Vodafone, etc. Many of the students are also pursuing their higher studies both in India as well as abroad.

Vision of the department:

To produce professionally deft and intellectually adept Electrical and Electronics Engineers and equip them with the latest technological skills, research & consultancy competencies along with social responsibility, ethics, Lifelong Learning and leadership qualities.

Mission of the department :

To produce competent Electrical and Electronics Engineers with strong core knowledge, design experience & exposure to research by providing quality teaching and learning environment.

To train the students in emerging technologies through state - of - the art laboratories and thus bridge the gap between Industry and academia.

To inculcate learners with interpersonal skills, team work, social values, leadership qualities and professional ethics for a holistic engineering professional practice through value based education.

POs,PSOs & PEOs

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs) of B.Tech (Electrical and Electronics Engineering ) program are:
Within few years of graduation, the graduates will

PEO-1: Provide sound foundation in mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals to analyze, formulate and solve complex engineering problems.

PEO-2: Have multi-disciplinary Knowledge and innovative skills to design and develop Electrical & Electronics products and allied systems.

PEO-3: Acquire the latest technological skills and motivation to pursue higher studies leading to research.

PEO-4: Possess good communication skills, team spirit, ethics, modern tools usage and the life-long learning needed for a successful professional career.


Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

On completion of the B.Tech. (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) degree, the graduates will be able to

PSO-1: Higher Education: Apply the fundamental knowledge of Mathematics, Science, Electrical and Electronics Engineering to pursue higher education in the areas of Electrical Machines, Electrical Drives, Power Electronics, Control Systems and Power Systems.

PSO-2: Employment: Get employed in Public/Private sectors by applying the knowledge in the domains of design and operation of Electronic Systems, Microprocessor based control systems, Power systems, Energy auditing .


PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

PO-1: Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO-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.

PO-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.

PO-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.

PO-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.

PO-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.

PO-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.

PO-8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO-9: Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO-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.

PO-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.

PO-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.

Faculty – EEE Department

S.NO

 NAME OF THE FACULTY

  QUALIFICATION

  DESIGNATION

Date of Joining Nature of Association
1 Dr. D.Chandrasekhar M.Tech .,Ph.D Professor & HOD 03-10-2017 Regular
2 Dr.A.Hema Sekhar M.Tech .,Ph.D Professor 26-06-2017 Regular
3 Dr.E.Kiran Kumar M.Tech.,Ph.D Professor 01-07-2019 Regular
4 Mr.M.Murali M.Tech Associate Professor 01-07-2016 Regular
5 Mr.Y.Nagarjuna Reddy M.Tech Associate Professor 01-06-2015 Regular
6 Mrs.N.Devasena M.Tech Assistant Professor 25-06-2013 Regular
7 Mrs. A.Haritha M.Tech Assistant Professor 25-06-2013 Regular
8 Mrs. B.Gamya M.Tech Assistant Professor 01-07-2015 Regular
9 Ms. V.Geetha M.Tech Assistant Professor 28-06-2016 Regular
10 Mrs.K.Sruthi M.Tech Assistant Professor 06-09-2016 Regular
11 Ms. B.Sravani M.Tech Assistant Professor 11-12-2017 Regular
12 Mr.P.Chaitanya Teja M.Tech Assistant Professor 19-06-2019 Regular
13 Mr.K.Delhi Prasad M.Tech Assistant Professor 19-06-2019 Regular
14 Y.Babu Yadav M.Tech Assistant Professor 25-11-2019 Regular
15 B.V.Arun Kumar M.Tech.,(Ph.D) Assistant Professor 19-06-2019 Regular
16 C.Dastagiri M.Tech Assistant Professor 24-02-2020 Regular
17 B.Anil Kumar M.Tech Assistant Professor 26-06-2017 Regular
18 G.Mallikarjuna M.Tech Assistant Professor 24-10-2018 Regular
19 H.Ayeesha Siddika M.Tech Assistant Professor 26-08-2020 Regular

Student Activities

S.NO

Academic year

  Name of the Event

  Name of the Topic

 Resource Person/Association

  Year

  Date

1

2019-20

Workshop

MATLAB Applications to Power systems

Dr.T.Ravi Kumar Associate Professor in EEE Geethanjali

II,III&IV

10-08-2019 To
10-08-2019

2

2019-20

Awareness Program

Engineer & Society and Ethics

Dr.G.Ramachandra Naidu,CEO Amarraja Group, Tirupati

II,III&IV

30-08-2019 To
30-08-2019

3

2019-20

Workshop

MATLAB Applications to Power systems

Dr.T.Ravi Kumar Associate Professor in EEE Geethanjali Institute of Technology & Science, Nellore

I

10-08-2019 To
10-08-2019

4

2019-20

Seminars

Awareness Program on ? Need of Ethics for Survival in Real life?

Dr.G.Ramachandra Naidu,CEO Amarraja Group, Tirupati

I

30-08-2019 To
30-08-2019

5

2019-20

Guest lecture

Recent Advances in Power Electronics

Dr.K.Balaji Nanda Kumar Reddy Professor, Annamacharya Institute of Technology & Scinces

I

19-10-2019 To
19-10-2019

6

2019-20

Seminar

Application of NNFL to Power systems

Dr.G.V.Marutheswar, Professor, S.V. University College of Engineering, Tirupathi

I

01-11-2019 To
01-11-2019

7

2019-20

Seminar

Awareness program on ?Challenges in Technological Project Management & Financial Aspects?

Dr Bhanu Prasad Pinnamaneni, Chief Mentor, Jekson Vision,USA

I

20-09-2019 To
20-09-2019

8

2019-20

Seminar

Awareness Program on ? Environmetal Changes - Effects on human Health?

Dr.T.Rajendra Prasad Scientist/Engineer SE,D NARL Gadanki

II

25-02-2020 To
25-02-2020

9

2018-19

Guest Lecture

Smart Power Grid Technologies

Dr. B Rajani, Professor, Pragati Engineering College, Kakinada

I

20-07-2018 To
20-07-2018

10

2018-19

Seminar

Electricity markets overview and challenges

Dr. A. Lakshmi Devi, Professor, S.V. University College of Engineering, Tirupathi

I

11-08-2018 To
11-08-2018

11

2018-19

Seminar

Latest trends in project design and developments

Mr.K.Vinay Technical Engineer, Takeoff Solutions,Tirupati

I

22-10-2018 To
22-10-2018

12

2018-19

Seminar

Recent Advances in Power and Energy Systems

Dr.S.Farooq Professor ,EEE Dept Sreevidyanikethan Engineering College Tirupathi

I

28-01-2019 To
28-01-2019

13

2018-19

Seminar

Adverse Effect of Environment Changes and Need for Students Involvement

Dr.T.Rajendra Prasad Scientist/Engineer SE,D NARL Gadanki

II

09-02-2019 To
09-02-2019

14

2018-19

Guest lecture

Social Values and Professional ethics

Mr.Sudheer Sandra Psychologist, Career Counselor, Motivational Speaker

II

09-03-2019 To
09-03-2019

15

2018-19

Workshop

Recent trends in electrical engineering

Mr.J.Sadashiva, Senior Software Engineer, Robert Bosch Engineering Pvt Ltd, Coimbatore & Mr.C.Rajesh, Associate Professor, AITS,Tirupathi

II

12-03-2019 To
13-03-2019

16

2017-18

Seminar

Issues and challenges in Power stations

Er.K.Kuppaiah, ADE, APTRANSCO, Pulivendula, Kadapa

I

31-07-2017 To
31-07-2017

17

2017-18

Seminar

?An Approach to Energy Safety and management?.

Er.K.Vasantha Lakshmi AE, APSPDCL,Tirupati

I

18-08-2017 To
18-08-2017

18

2017-18

Seminar

Inspiring students with future technology

Dr Bhanu Prasad Pinnamaneni, Chief Mentor, Zekson Vision,USA

I

11-10-2017 To
11-10-2017

19

2017-18

Workshop

MATLAB Application to power systems

Dr.G.V.Marutheeshwar, Professor, S.V.University, Tirupathi Mr.J.Sadasiva, Senior Engineer , Amaraja Electronics, Petamitta

I

20-10-2017 To
22-10-2017

20

2017-18

Seminar

Need for students participation for environment protection

Dr. K. Jayaraj Scientist/Engineer SB, NARL, Gadanki

II

30-12-2017 To
30-12-2017

21

2017-18

Workshop

Soft Computing Techniques in Power Systems

Dr. A. Lakshmi Devi, Professor, S.V. University College of Engineering, Tirupathi And Dr.A.HemaSekhar, Professor, VEMU IT

II

10-02-2018 To
11-02-2018

Faculty Activities

S.NO

Academic year

  Name of the Event

  Name of the Topic

 Resource Person/Association

  Year

  Date

1

2019-20

FDP

"Recent Advances in Electrical Engineering" (RAEE-2020)

1. Prof. R.SARATHI, IIT Madras 2. Prof. NIDUL SINHA, NIT Silchar 3. Dr. AMRITESH KUMAR, NIT Silchar 4. Dr. ABDUL GAFOOR SHAIK, IIT Jodhpur 5.Prof.G.V.MARUTHESWAR, SVUCE Tirupati

Faculty

03-06-2020 To
07-06-2020

2

2019-20

National e-Conference

"Recent Advances in Technology & Engineering" (CRATE-2020)

Prof.T.Thyagarajan, Dean, Chennai Institute of Technology,Chennai

Faculty

20-08-2020 To
21-08-2020

ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS AND SIMULATION LAB

The laboratory experiments in Electrical Circuits lab are oriented to provide practical understanding of circuit theory concepts. Linking the theory with practice. It is very important for any student to learn how to put theory into practice. With this view, the relation of theoretical circuit elements, circuit components and theoretical laws to understanding of circuit functioning is the main objective of the Circuits lab.

ELECTRICAL MACHINES LAB

The main objective of electrical machine lab II is to familiarize the students with all necessary AC electrical machines like asynchronous and synchronous motors, which further includes single phase and three phase induction motors, alternators, and synchronous motors, all of which help to enhance the technical skills of students.

POWER ELECTRONICS AND SIMULATION LAB

The Power Systems Simulation Laboratory (PSSL) research areas include modeling, simulation, and optimization of electric power systems (reliability); and planning, protection, automation, control and power quality. The lab is equipped with power system simulation software and hardware such as protective relays and Fault Analysis etc.

ELECTRICAL MACHINES LAB

This is the main lab where experiments like load test on various machines, speed control tests, open circuit tests, short circuit tests, etc are carried out and also wide variety of practical experiments are performed here with combination of different rotating machines. The laboratory is also used for research activities in machines and to carry out project works on energy conversion.

The Electrical machines lab is equipped with all devices and equipment needed to conduct all tests and measurements that the students need to learn more about the major types of DC/ AC motors, DC/ AC generators and single - phase and three- phase transformers. The main objective of this lab to become familiar with different types of machines and to study about their characteristics.

ELECTRICAL MACHINES LAB

EEE STUDENTS ASSOCIATION
(VETA)

VETA is A Technical Association of the Dept. of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, VEMU Institute of Technology. It aims at encouraging students to improve technical skills and provide ample opportunities in realizing their ideas. A variety of technical activities are organized by the association in co-ordination with the students under the supervision of staff members. VETA has formed to be the forefront for the department for conducting workshops, seminars, conferences, guest lectures, industrial visits, technical talks as well as cultural events. This helps them to improve their leadership, practical knowledge and management skills.

Objectives

  • To develop technical, social and leadership skills of EEE students.
  • To provide opportunities in knowledge sharing, exchange of views, innovative ideas and interactive sessions among the EEE students.
  • To improve the communication skills by conducting various activities such as Technical talk, Quiz, Paper presentations etc.
  • To create a spirit of brotherhood and co-operation among the members of the Association.
  • To share knowledge and awareness in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering through meetings, Group Discussions and other such activities.

Organizing committee is constituted with following members

ACEDEMIC YEAR 2019-2020

S.No.

Position

Name of the Student

Class

1.

President

M.Purusotham Reddy

IV-EEE

2.

Vice-president

K Sreedevi

IV-EEE

3.

Treasurer

S.Sai Neeraj

III-EEE

4.

Secretary

K.Yamini

III-EEE

5.

Coordinator

A.Sri Durga

III-EEE

6.

Members

A Poojitha

II-EEE

7.

Members

D Ramya Kala

II-EEE

8.

Members

K Likitha

II-EEE

NPTEL Videos

S.No

Name of the Subject

Topic Name

URL Link

1 Electrical Machines-I Operating Principles of DC Machines https://nptel.ac.in/courses/108/105/108105017/
Constructional features of DC Machines
Generated EMF & Torque
Armature Reaction
Commutation
DC Shunt Generators
Separately Excited DC Generators
Compound Generators
Characteristic of DC shunt motors
Testing of DC shunt motors
Testing of DC series motors
2 Electrical Machines-II(15A02401) Operating principles and Construction of 1-Phase Transformers https://nptel.ac.in/courses/108/105/108105017/
Equivalent Circuit of 1-Phase Transformers
Testing of 1-Phase Transformers
Efficiency of 1-Phase Transformers
Voltage Regulation of 1-Phase Transformers
Parallel Operation of 1-Phase Transformers
Introduction to 3-Phase transformers
Construction of 3-Phase transformers
Analysis & Testing of 3-Phase transformers
3 Basic Electrical Circuits Current https://nptel.ac.in/courses/108/106/108106172/
Voltage
Electrical Elements & Circuits
KCL & KVL
Voltage Source and Current Source
Resistor, Inductor and Capacitor
4 Power System Protection (IIT Roorkee) Fundamentals of Protective Relaying https://nptel.ac.in/courses/108/107/108107167/
Current based Relaying Scheme
Protection of Transmission lines using Distance Relaying
Protection of Transformers
Protection of Generators
Arc Interruption theory in Circuit Breakers
5 Power Electronics Power devices-Diodes, SCR,Traic,GTO, MOSFET and IGBT https://nptel.ac.in/courses/108/102/108102145/
Single Phase Uncontrolled and Controlled Rectifiers
Three phase Rectifiers
Single Phase and Three phase AC Voltage Controllers and Cyclo converters
VSI and CSI
6 Electrical Measurements PMMC Instruments https://nptel.ac.in/courses/108/105/108105153/
Electrodynomic Instruments
Moving Iron Instruments
Electrostatic Instruments
Derivation of Deflecting Torque in Electrostatic, Moving Iron and Electrodynomic Instruments
Bridges
Potentiometers and single phase energy meters
Errors in Instrument Transformers
7 FACTS Introduction https://nptel.ac.in/courses/108/107/108107114/
Multilevel Inverter
Shunt Compensator and Static Var Compensators
Series Compensators
UPFC
Comparison of UPFC with Series and Shunt devices and IPFC
8 Elecromagnetic Thoery (EMF) Introduction to Electromagnetic Thoery https://nptel.ac.in/courses/108/104/108104087/
Vetor analysis and Coordinate system
Electric potential, Gauss’s law, Divergence, Poission’s and Laplace’s equation
Polarization and Boundary condition
Boit savart’s law, magnetic force, torque and dipole
Maxwell’s equation and wave propagation and solution of Helmholtz equation
9 HVDC Transmission Comparison of HVAC and HVDC systems, Type of HVDC Transmission systems https://nptel.ac.in/courses/108/104/108104013/
Analysis of HVDC converter
HVDC system control features, Control Schemes
Power flow analysis of AC-DC systems
Multi-terminal HVDC system
HVDC system application in wind power generation.
10 Power system operation and Control Power system Controls, Generator and Transmission line Constraints https://nptel.ac.in/courses/108/101/108101040/
Stability problems in power systems
Frequency control and speed governor
Reactive power control, Power flow control and HVDC Converters
Real and Reactive power scheduling
Structure of deregulated industry and Indian scenario
11 Power System Analysis Modeling of Power System components, Network admittance and Impedance atrices https://nptel.ac.in/courses/108/104/108104051/
Load flow studies
Economic Operation of Power systems
Short Circuit Studies and un Symmetrical and Symmetrical components
Stability
12 Network Signal and Systems Introduction to signals, Laplace transforms https://nptel.ac.in/courses/108/105/108105065/
Bode plot and pole zeros
Driving point immitance functions
Two element synthasis
Graph theory
Image and Iterative Impedance
RLC Two terminal Synthesis
13 Control Engineering Introduction to feed back problem and basic feed back structure https://nptel.ac.in/courses/108/102/108102043/
Concepts of Stability and Routh’s stability criterion
Root locus
Nyquist stability criterion

Students Zone

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PPT

S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 20A54101 Linear Algebra and Calculus
2 20A56201T Applied Physics
3 20A52101T Communicative English
4 20A03101T Engineering Drawing
5 20A03101P Engineering Graphics Lab
6 20A56201P Applied Physics Lab
7 20A52101P Communicative English Lab
8 20A02101P Fundamentals of Electrical Circuits Lab
9 20A02101T Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 19A02201T Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
2 19A54201 Differential Equations and Vector Calculus
3 19A51101T Engineering Chemistry
4 19A05201T Data Structures
5 19A01201 Civil Engineering Workshop
6 19A03102 Engineering Graphics Lab
7 19A02201P Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab
8 19A51101P Engineering Chemistry Lab
9 19A05201P Data Structures Lab
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 19A02301T Basic Electrical Circuits
2 19A02302 Power System Architecture
3 19A02303T DC Machines & Transformers
4 19A04306T Semiconductor Devices and Circuits
5 19A04304 Digital Electronics and Logic Design
6 19A02303P DC Machines & Transformers Lab
7 19A04306P Semiconductor Devices and Circuits Lab
8 19A02301P Basic Electrical Circuits Lab
9 19A99302 Biology For Engineers
10 19A54302 Complex Variables and Transforms
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 15A54402 Mathematics – IV
2 15A52301 Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis
3 15A02401 Electrical Machines – II
4 15A02402 Electrical Power Generating Systems
5 15A02403 Electromagnetic Fields
6 15A04409 Analog Electronic Circuits
7 15A02404 Electrical Machines Lab 1
8 15A02405 CONTROL SYSTEMS AND SIMULATION LAB
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 15A02501 Electrical Measurements
2 15A02502 Electrical Power Transmission Systems
3 15A02503 Power Electronics
4 15A02504 Electrical Machines-III
5 15A02506 Electrical Machines Laboratory – II
6 15A02507 Electrical Measurements Laboratory
7 15A04509 Linear & Digital IC Applications
8 15A04510 Digital Circuits & Systems
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 15A02601 Power Semiconductor Drives
2 15A02602 Power System Protection
3 15A02603 Power System Analysis
4 15A02604 Neural Networks & Fuzzy logic
5 15A04607 Microprocessors And Controllers Laboratory
6 15A52601 Management Science
7 15A02607 Power Electronics And Simulation Laboratory
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 15A02701 Electrical Distribution Systems
2 15A04603 Digital Signal Processing
3 15A02702 Power System Operation And Control
4 15A02706 Energy Auditing & Demand Side - Management
5 15A02708 Flexible AC Transmission Systems
6 15A04608 Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
7 15A02710 Power Systems & Simulation Laboratory
8 15A02703 Utilization Of Electrical Energy
S.No Subject Code  Subject Name
1 15A02801 Instrumentation
2 15A02804 HVDC Transmission

EEE Lecture Notes

I EEE

I EEE I Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 20A54101 Linear Algebra and Calculus
2 20A56201T Applied Physics
3 20A52101T Communicative English
4 20A03101T Engineering Drawing
5 20A03101P Engineering Graphics Lab
6 20A56201P Applied Physics Lab
7 20A52101P Communicative English Lab
8 20A02101P Fundamentals of Electrical Circuits Lab
9 20A02101T Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering

I EEE II Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 19A02201T Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering
2 19A54201 Differential Equations and Vector Calculus
3 19A51101T Engineering Chemistry
4 19A05201T Data Structures
5 19A01201 Civil Engineering Workshop
6 19A03102 Engineering Graphics Lab
7 19A02201P Basic Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab
8 19A51101P Engineering Chemistry Lab
9 19A05201P Data Structures Lab
II EEE

II EEE I Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 19A02301T Basic Electrical Circuits
2 19A02302 Power System Architecture
3 19A02303T DC Machines & Transformers
4 19A04306T Semiconductor Devices and Circuits
5 19A04304 Digital Electronics and Logic Design
6 19A02303P DC Machines & Transformers Lab
7 19A04306P Semiconductor Devices and Circuits Lab
8 19A02301P Basic Electrical Circuits Lab
9 19A99302 Biology For Engineers
10 19A54302 Complex Variables and Transforms

II EEE II Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 15A54402 Mathematics – IV
2 15A52301 Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis
3 15A02401 Electrical Machines – II
4 15A02402 Electrical Power Generating Systems
5 15A02403 Electromagnetic Fields
6 15A04409 Analog Electronic Circuits
7 15A02404 Electrical Machines Lab 1
8 15A02405 CONTROL SYSTEMS AND SIMULATION LAB
III EEE

III EEE I Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 15A02501 Electrical Measurements
2 15A02502 Electrical Power Transmission Systems
3 15A02503 Power Electronics
4 15A02504 Electrical Machines-III
5 15A02506 Electrical Machines Laboratory – II
6 15A02507 Electrical Measurements Laboratory
7 15A04509 Linear & Digital IC Applications
8 15A04510 Digital Circuits & Systems

III EEE II Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 15A02601 Power Semiconductor Drives
2 15A02602 Power System Protection
3 15A02603 Power System Analysis
4 15A02604 Neural Networks & Fuzzy logic
5 15A04607 Microprocessors And Controllers Laboratory
6 15A52601 Management Science
7 15A02607 Power Electronics And Simulation Laboratory
IV EEE

IV EEE I Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 15A02701 Electrical Distribution Systems
2 15A04603 Digital Signal Processing
3 15A02702 Power System Operation And Control
4 15A02706 Energy Auditing & Demand Side - Management
5 15A02708 Flexible AC Transmission Systems
6 15A04608 Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
7 15A02710 Power Systems & Simulation Laboratory
8 15A02703 Utilization Of Electrical Energy

IV EEE II Semester

S.No Subject Code Subject Name Notes PPT
1 15A02801 Instrumentation
2 15A02804 HVDC Transmission

Events

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