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Department of Electrical and Electronics

Department of Electrical and Electronics

Dr. P Meena

Professor and Head - Department of Electrical and Electronics

DEPARTMENT DETAILS

OVERVIEW

The Department of Electrical Engineering was established in 1946 and subsequently emerged as Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The Department has the distinction of having its graduates known worldwide for their contributions and accomplishments in varied domains.  It nurtures a tradition of providing a free, at the same time an encouraging and motivating environment conducive to an effective learning experience beyond the curriculum. The   focus of the department is to equip students with capabilities through a wide exposure to all aspects   facilitating their development as professionals. This enables them to adapt to the societal needs and the progressive technological requirements.

The students are selected for jobs in the industry through campus as well as off campus placements. They are also encouraged to pursue higher studies in India as well as abroad. The students and faculty of the department receive support and encouragement from its alumni and guidance from experts from premier institutions and industry. Their academic performance is rewarded through meritorious scholarships constituted by alumni and past Professors. Collaborative projects and activities are taken up from time to time. The students are well known for their zeal and enthusiasm to organize and participate in professional society activities. The history of taking the lead in organizing several Technical symposia such as Blitzkrieg, E^3, Phase shift, National and international Conferences are testimony to this fact.

 DEPARTMENT PROFILE

The department receives grants from Govt. of Karnataka and offers an undergraduate program B.E, Electrical and Electronics, with a sanctioned intake of 60. The department is NBA Accredited under Tier I of Washington Accord and has a Student Faculty Ratio of 14.8:1.The department offers M.Tech, program in Power Electronics which started in 1991 with a sanctioned intake of 18 which is also NBA Accredited. It has a research Centre under VTU since 2003. It is a recognized AICTE QIP Research Centre since 2012, AICTE NDF (National Doctoral Fellowship Scheme) Research centre since 2018. The number of awarded Ph.Ds till date is 11 and currently 15 research scholars are pursuing their research in various domains. The department has dedicated faculty with a wide spectrum of specialization such as, Power Systems, Power Electronics and Drives, Renewable Energy, HVDC, Power Quality, Nano Technology, High Voltage and Insulation Diagnostics and Phase Change Memory Materials.

VISION

Facilitating the development of competent professionals capable of adapting to the constantly changing global scenario in the field of Electrical Sciences.

MISSION

  • Impart quality technical education and encourage research in the field of Electrical Sciences.
  • Empower every individual to develop as a professional with an ability to apply his/her knowledge and skills to adapt to the evolving technological requirements of society.

Program Educational Objectives

  1. UG
  • PEO-1: Possess successful careers in Electrical Sciences, and allied areas and pursue higher education with a broad knowledge base in Mathematics and Engineering principles.
  • PEO-2: Utilize their technical, analytical, communicative and managerial skills and knowledge for societal progress and enrich them to keep in pace with relevant advancements by engaging themselves in lifelong learning
  • PEO-3: Exhibit professionalism by displaying competence, leadership, dedication and commitment. 
  1. PG
  • PEO-1: Excel professionally in Power Electronics and allied domains.
  • PEO-2: Undertake research and development that addresses technological requirements of Industry and Institutes of higher learning
  • PEO-3: Adapt to the changing needs of Industry/Society through lifelong learning.

Program Specific Outcomes

At the end of the program students will have the ability to,

  • PSO1: Develop models, analyze and assess the performance of different types of generation, transmission, distribution and protection mechanisms in power systems.
  • PSO2: Design, develop, analyze and test electrical and electronics systems; deploy control strategies for power electronics related and other applications.
  • PSO3: Measure, analyze, model and control the behavior of electrical quantities associated with constituents of energy or allied systems.

Short-term goals :

STG-1

Leveraging Technology for TLP

MOOCs, NPTEL,Video Based Learning, QEEE

STG-2

Technical Staff

Recruitment & Training

STG-3

Strengthening Infrastructure

Procurement

STG-4

Curriculum Revision

  • Network of  Industry, Alumni, Students,   Faculty
  • Activities to create societal impact
  • Project Based Learning

STG-5

Industry-Institution Interaction

  • Joint R&D, Workshops
  • Value added Courses, Extension Lectures
  • Industry Visits, Internships
  • Technical Symposia
  • Curriculum Development

STG-6

Research Activities

  • Organize International Conference
  • Industry Sponsored Research
  • Research Publications
  • Professional Body Activity-IEEE, ISTE

Long term goals:

LTG-1

Enhance Funded Research

LTG-2

New PG Program

LTG-3

Enhance  Multidisciplinary research

LTG-4

Increase  Patents  &  Publications

LTG-5

Faculty/Student exchange  program  with Foreign universities.

LTG-6

Enhance Resources for Consultancy

People:

Faculty details:

Faculty Strength       :  22

Faculty Cadre ratio   :  Prof. : Assoc. Prof.  : Asst. Prof.                           

                                           05 :          08        :         09

No. of Doctorates     :   12

Pursuing Ph.D          :   02     

Ave. total experience:  17 Years

Average age              :  41 Years

Gender Ratio            :   7:15 (M:F)

Technical Staff details :

Total Strength              :  14

Instructor                     : 01 (Dip., B.E)

Asst. Instructor            : 02, Mechanic: 01(ITI or Equivalent)

Helper                         : 08, SDA: 01

Technical Assistants    : 01 (B.E, Diploma)

Ave. total experience    :  20 Years

Average age                 :  42 Years

TWO  DAY WORKSHOP ON "GRID TIED SOLAR PLANT- DESIGN AND ADVANCES" Sponsored by TEQIP - III on OCTOBER 9th & 10th, 2018 was Organized by Department of Electrical &Electronics Engineering, BMS College of Engineering, Bengaluru in Association with CARES Renewables Pvt. Ltd. & FET, MJP. Rohilkhand University, Bareilly, U. P.