Electrical and Electronics

List of the Laboratories in EEE Department.


Sl. No

Semester

Name of the Lab

1

III

Analog Electronics Lab

2

III

Digital Electronics Lab

3

III

Signals and Systems Lab with MATLAB

4

IV

Linear Integrated Circuits Lab

5

IV

Electrical Machines Lab – I

6

IV

Microprocessor Programming and Interfacing Lab

7

V

Electrical and Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation Lab

8

V

Electric Machines Lab – II

9

V

Computer aided design for Electric machine winding

10

VI

Control System Lab

11

VI

Digital Signal Processing Lab

12

VI

Power Electronics Lab

13

VIII

Power System Simulation Lab

VISION

To be an industry driven Electrical &Electronics Engineering Department committed to develop globally competent Electrical &Electronics Engineering professionals dedicated to transform the society.

MISSION

  • Committed to inculcate application of Engineering knowledge, develop problem analysis and solving skills to be able to investigate complex engineering problems with modern tools.
  • Create value-driven engineering professionals who are sensitive to societal concerns of environmental sustainability through ethical conduct
  • Develop excellent communication abilities with core skills of project management and team work
  • Imbibe passion for lifelong learning with individual growth path.
  • Commitment towards excellence in Electrical &Electronics Engineering education through advancements in research and innovation.
  • Design flexible course contents in disciplinary, interdisciplinary and research areas to enhance student’s competitiveness.

List of Programs:

  1. Under Graduate Programs:

     1] Bachelors of Technology in Electrical &Electronics Engineering [B.Tech. EEE]   

Name of the Program: B.Tech. in EEE.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:

After four years of successful completion of the program the graduates shall be:

PEO 01:    A Electrical &Electronics Engineering Professional serving the society

PEO 02: A Teaching &Research Professional in the area of Electrical &Electronics engineering     through lifelong learning.

PEO 03:    A Freelancing consultant to the Electrical &Electronics Engineering Industry.

PEO 04:  An entrepreneur in the Electrical &Electronics Engineering and other related areas of specialization.

Program Outcomes:

  1. Engineering Knowledge:

Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

  1. Problem Analysis:

Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

  1. Design/development of Solutions:

 Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet t h e specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

  1. 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.

  1. Modern Tool usage:

Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations

  1. 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.

  1. 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.

  1. Ethics:

Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

  1. Individual and Team Work:

Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

  1. 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.

  1. 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.

  1. 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.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES:

On successful completion of the Program, the students shall be able to:

PSO 01:[Problem Analysis]:

Identify, review research articles, formulate and analyze complex engineering problems related to modern Power System and Power Electronics & drives and to arrive substantiated inferences using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.

Solution

PSO 02:  [Design/development of Solutions]:

Design , develop and solve  complex engineering problems related to  modern Power System and Power Electronics & drives by designing system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and   safety ,cultural, societal and environmental considerations.

PSO 03: [. Modern Tool usage] :

Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities related to modern Power System and Power Electronics & drives to provide a feasible solutions.

Course Outcomes of all the Courses in AY 2020-21 ODD SEMESTER

Technical Staff of the Department


S.No

Name of Technical Staff

Date of joining

Educational Qualifications

1

Mr Shaik Zabiulla

22/02/2017

ITI

2

Mr Nagesh K

26/07/2017

SSLC

3

Ms Roopashree G

01/08/2018

B.Tech

4

Mrs Bhavya Sri

03/06/2019

M.Tech


List of Major Equipment’s details:


Sl. No

Name of the Lab

Equipment’s Details

1.

EEMI Lab

30 Computers are loaded with NI Academic Lab view Updated Software with licensed key.

2.

Electrical Machines Lab

i. DC Shunt Motor-Generator Setup.

ii. Data Acquisition hard ware setup for Three Phase Induction Motor.

iii. DC Shunt motor is coupled with Alternator.

3.

CADEM

Licensed Auto cad 2019 software.

4.

Control System Lab

Digital Storage oscilloscopes, Servo motor controller unit.

5.

Power Electronics Lab

i. DC Motor using an IGBT & MOSFET Chopper testing unit.

ii. Single-Phase fully controlled rectifier testing unit.

iii. Single-Phase Induction Motor & Universal Testing Module

6.

PSS lab

30 Computers are loaded with Mi-Power Ver10.0 Updated Software with licensed key.

Achievements of the department [both student & faculty] Faculty Achievements Appreciations and awards
  • Dr. Snehaprabha TV got an appreciation award, from Texas Instruments for fostering an ecosystem bridging Government, Industry and Academia, in the India Innovation Challenge Design Contest-2018 (IICDC'18). She was the mentor for the student Suraj JR of IV Semester EEE student who participated in the India Innovation Challenge Design Contest-2018 (IICDC'18) conducted by Texas Instruments. He got 2nd place in the on line competition which was on 5/10/18.
  • Mr. K Sreekanth Reddy has completed 8-week certification course on “Introduction to Smart Grid” from NPTEL.
  • Mr. K Sreekanth Reddy has completed 4-week certification course on “Electric Vehicles part-I” from NPTEL.
  • Ms. Diksha Singh and Ms. Venu Sangwnan attended a 5-day training program on “Power System Simulation Studies” using Mipower V10 software, conducted by PRDC Bangalore from 11th to 15 th March 2019
  • Ravi V Angadi attended a 5-day Training on Simulation & Analysis of Power System using MiPower, 15th-19th July 2019, held at PRDC, Bengaluru.
Memberships in professional bodies  

S.No

Name of the faculty Name of the Professional body

1.

Dr. Snehaprabha T V ISTE Member, IEEE Member

2

Dr Shobha Savanur IEEE Member

3.

Mr. K Sreekanth Reddy IEEE Member

4

Mr. Ravi V Angadi ISTE Member, IEI Member
Ph.D Awarded   · Mr.Abrar Ul-Haq received Ph.D degree for his research work entitled “Performance Analysis of Adoptive Flight control Models for MAVS and Efficient Implementation on Reconfigurable Platforms” in the faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Sciences from Visveswaraiah Technological University, Belgaum, in 2019 on 29/7/2019 Ph.D Registered   · Mr.Ravi Angadi registered for Ph.D in Jan 2019 at Presidency University and Carrying out research in the area of Power Electronics applications in Power Systems. · Mr.K.Sreekanth Reddy registered for Ph.D in Aug 2018 at Presidency University and carrying out research in the area of Power Converter systems for Electric Vehicles. · Ramya N registered for Ph.D under VTU in Jun 2019 and carrying out research in the area of Application of Artificial Intelligent Techniques in DC Transmission. Student achievements · Jerlin Joy, Akanksha Prajapati, Abhishek Sangoli and Ashish Pandit of VI Semester EEE students got First Prize for presenting a Novel model on “ Clean and clear generation of Electricity” in Dynamic Model Presentation conducted in EQUIIP 2019. Jerlin Joy, Akanksha Prajapati, Emily Joseph and Fardeen, Adhil of 4 th& 6th semester students participated and cleared virtual and dynamic round in National Electric Kart Championship (NEKC).
  • Suraj JR of IV Semester EEE student, participated and got 2 nd prize in the India Innovation Challenge Design Contest-2018 (IICDC'18) conducted by Texas Instruments on-line competition on 5/10/18.
· Prajwal C S and Sreeparvathi A S of IV EEE students participated in the International Machine Tools Expo (IMTEX)-2017. · Prajwal C S of V Sem EEE student successfully completed her Internship at Fenwik and Ravi on the project "Control of three phase induction Motor using PLC in multi quadrant mode” during 18th Jun to 6 th July 2018. · Suraj JR of IV Semester EEE student got Second place at National Level competition in Embedded System Using MSP 430 organized by Texas Instrumentation in association with Department of Science and Technology on 5th Oct 2018. · Suraj JR of IV Semester EEE student participated at Indian Innovation Concept Design Competition 2018 (IICDC 2018) conducted by Texas Instrument in association with Department of Science and Technology at IIM, Bangalore on 16/01/19. · Suraj JR of IV Semester EEE student secured second place in DTTB (Design Thinking and Team Building) Exhibition at Presidency University for his Novel Idea “Anthropophobia” in Nov 2018. · Suraj JR, Emily Joseph, Suprith B and Sonam Pal developed a project named MARK-03 hybrid e-Bicycle prototype for affordable, environment friendly transportation.
The team is Suraj JR (EEE), Suprith B (EEE), Nithin P (CSE), Ayush B (CSE).
We have developed over 3 prototypes since the content on the website was published. The latest model is called MK IV (Mark 4). We have conducted over 40 tests, logging over 1,500 KM, clocking a top speed of 45.98KM/H amounting to just Rs. 90 (approximately 15 units of electricity).
With aesthetically pleasing looks and modularized technology MARK IV is driven by a 250W Brushless AC synchronous motor which gives you that power to ride at ease even on the toughest roads. A 10 Amp off-board fast charger energizes this bike within 1.5hrs, promising a range of 40 km and claiming a top speed of 48 KM/H.
The following are the technical specifications:

Battery Capacity

295 Wh

388.8 Wh

600 Wh

Throttle Mode 30 KM 40 KM 65 KM
Pedal Assist Mode(3 levels) 38 KM 45 KM 70 KM
 
MOTOR- BLDC 24V 250W, 25.8 Nm, Brushless Synchronous AC motor
BATTERY- Li-Ion 29.9 V, 15.8Ah (IP6X protection) with BMS and data logging
ESC- 24V 350W Intelligent FOC Sine wave controller
BATTERY CHARGER- 29.9V/5A, 29.9V/10A (DC Fast Charger), Input 110-230V AC
Maximum Speed: 25KM/H (Electronically limited), Unlocked Speed: 40KM/H
0-80% (AC Charging)- 2Hours 30Mins
0-100% (AC Charging)- 4Hours
0-100% (Fast DC Charging)- 1Hour 30Mins
Charging Rate (Fast DC Charging)- 0.5KM / min
You can find more information on https://darwinautomotive.in/
You can find all the tests details here http://tests.darwinautomotive.in/

FDPs/ Training Organized

· A Two-Day Faculty Training Program on “An Emphasis on Course Objectives & Delivery for Effective Teaching Outcomes of Power System and Its Real World Applications” on 25th & 26th July, 2018 in association with PRDC, Bangalore.

· A Two-Day Training Program in “Usage of MiPower Software in Power System Analysis “on 1st and 2nd February, 2018.

· One day Training and Development program was conducted for the Newly joined faculty members by Dr. P.S. Venkataramu, Dean Academics on 19 th July 2018.

Guest Lecture under Forum Activity

· Guest Lecture was organized on the topic of “Significance of Graphs in Engineering & Management” by Dr. B V Prabhu, Associate Dean- Professional Practice, Presidency University on 6th Sep 2018.

Technical talk was delivered by Mr. Mohit Mishra, Assistant professor, Presidency University on “Overview of various Engineering Workbench Tools”, for EEE students on 13th September 2018.

A guest Lecture was organized on “Recent Trends in Electrical Power Transmission by Shri M. M. Babu Narayan, Chief Technical Officer, PRDC, Bangalore on 24th January 2018.

· A guest lecture was organized on” Energy Conservation, Energy Efficiency, Environment, Climate Change & Global Warming and Role of Engineers” by Mr. K.K. Mahajan, Chartered Engineer, Lead Auditor ISO(QMS) on 15th November, 2018.

· A special lecture was organized on “Over view on Placement opportunities for Electrical students” at Presidency University by Mr. Jasjit Mohan, Director Placements, PU on 20th September 2018.

· A Technical talk was organized on “Embedded system safety and Security: Trends and career opportunities” by Mr. Shinto Joseph, Director South East Asia Operations at LDRA Technology Pvt. Ltd. on 12th Mar, 2019.

Industrial Visits

· The students of V semester visited “220 kV station, KPTCL, Doddaballapura” to have an insight on practical aspects of Power transmission and Distribution on 29th Sep 2018. Mr Abrar Ul-Haq, Assistant Professor coordinated the event .

· The students of V semester visited “Karnataka Vidyutha Khakhane (KAVIKA) Ltd, Bangalore” on 22nd November, 2018 to have practical exposure in construction and design of the transformers. Mr. Ravi V Angadi, Asst. Prof coordinated the visit.

· The students of VI semester visited RINAC India Pvt.Ltd., Bangalore to understand the process of manufacturing the pre-fabricated panels during the AY: 2017-2018. Ms. Kavya PS had accompanied the student during the visit.

Community outreach programmes by EEE students

As a part of academic curriculum, fifth/sixth semester students have to earn credits under University Learning Course (ULC). At the department of EEE, students were grouped to team of around 10 in number and were guided by a faculty coordinator to work for various underlying social and environmental issues of the country.

ULC Project 1 : “Rescuing of Animals at People for Animals” done at People for Animals (PFA), Bengaluru coordinated by Mr. K. V. Siddamal , aimed at rescuing the injured animals and to give specialized veterinary care to injured urban wild animals so as to rehabilitate them and then to release them into their natural habitats. In addition it also aimed at creating an awareness among citizens of all age groups about urban wildlife and its welfare.

V Semester students at People for Animals Wildlife hospital (PFA), Bangalore

ULC Project 2 : “An Awareness On Child Abuse” done at BOSCO- Non-Governmental Organization, Bengaluru coordinated by Dr.Snehaprabha T.V aimed at creating an awareness about child abuse. In addition, they also met children on the streets who were underprivileged to help them understand importance of education and cautioned them about the various ways in which children are exploited.

The 5th semester EEE students with faculty in-charge Dr Snehaprabha during an interaction at BOSCO
Gifting clothes to the street children after creating awareness on child abuse.

ULC Project 3 : “Medicinal plants culture in old age home” done at Deepashri Old Age Home And Rehabilitation Center Rajarajeshwari Nagar, Bengaluru , coordinated by Mr. Bishakh Paul and Mr. Prateem Pan focused on educating people at old age homes about the remedial benefits of the medicinal plants and their importance to grow them around their surroundings. This initiative helped people to understand the importance of natural plants to prevent common diseases in a cost effective way.

Students with posters explaining various medicinal values of plants at old age home.

ULC Project 4: “Importance of cultivating the habit of reading books” done at Krithagyatha Orphanage Maruthi Nagar, Bangalore, coordinated by Ms.Venu Sangwan aimed at educating children about building good reading habits. The students also inaugurated a MINI LIBRARY for the Kritagyatha Trust and contributed more than a hundred books for the cause.

Students posing for a picture after the distribution of some good books to children at orphanage.

ULC Project 5 : “Awareness about personal hygiene” done at General hospital,Yelahanka coordinated by Mr.Mohit Mishra aimed at helping the patients to understand the importance of personal hygiene and keeping their surroundings clean. It also spread the message on various basic precautions to be taken to avoid some general infections.

Students with a hospital staff spreading awareness on personal hygiene.

ULC Project 6 : “Reformation of roads” done at Dibbur Village, Rajanukunte, Bengaluru, coordinated by Mr.Mohit Mishra took an initiative to repair few potholes to avoid accidents in future. This act definitely is one small step towards maintaining the road safety for public.

Students and faculty on road reformation project at Rajanukunte, Bengaluru

Industry Interaction/Internship

To bridge the gap between the Industry and Academic Institutions we the EEE Dept interacted with a few companies and the outcome is listed below. Few such companies include PRDC, LDRA, RINAC, KAVIKA, PREVA SYSTEM Pvt. Ltd and more.

Industry Interaction Details.

Sl. No

Name of the Company/ Industry

Name of the Resource Person

Interaction Details

1

PRDC, Bengaluru

Dr. R.Nagaraja ,

Founder &Managing Director,

PRDC, Bengaluru.

Mr. M M Babu Narayan

Chief Technical officer, PRDC, Bengaluru

Had few discussions in order to bridge the gap between the Industry and Academic Institutions, resulted in

1. Purchase of Mi-Power Software from PRDC.

2. Two day Training program for the faculty members in Mi-Power software.

3. Two days FDP program for faculty members and research scholar on

4. Initiation of MOU, under process with PRDC.

5. Five days Training program attended by Ms.Diksha Singh & Ms. Venu Sangwan- Assistant Professors, PU

2

LDRA

Mr. Shinto Joseph

Director

LDRA, Bengaluru.

Had a discussion in brief to update the curriculum in order to accommodate the need of world today and to make the students employable. He also briefed on opportunities available for the young engineers in the field of Security system by using the Embedded system.

This resulted in an “Invited Lecture on ‘Embedded System Safety and Security Trends & Career Opportunities’ on 12th March 2019”.

3

RINAC

Mr. Sukumaran

Director

Had a discussion in brief to understand drives system in industry, this resulted in organizing one day Industrial visit to RINAC for third year students for third year 2015-16 batch students.

4

PREVA SYSTEM Pvt. Ltd, Bengaluru

Mr. Sharan. K

General Manager

Had a discussion in brief about to bridge the gap between the Industry and Academic resulted in getting the Internship for students

EEE students have undergone three months Internship and worked in the area of “GPS TRACKING SYSTEM BY USING IOT PLATFORM”

5

220 kV Station, KPTCL,

Doddaballpura

Director(HR),

Karnataka Power Corporation Limited,

Bengaluru

Had a discussion in brief to improve the knowledge of students with respect to various aspects involved in the electrical power receiving stations. Resulted in organizing one day Industrial Visit to the KPTCL 220kV station, Doddaballapur for third year 2016-17 batch students.

6

KAVIKA, Bengaluru

Mr. Dattatreya

Quality Testing Engineer

Had a discussion in order to improve the knowledge and bridge the gap between the manufacturing industry and academic institutions. Resulted in the organizing a one day Industrial visit to Transformer manufacturing unit KAVIKA for third year 2016-17 batch students.

7

Ashok Leyland, Hosur

Jhon O J

Engine R & D

BoS Member.