The programme will impart knowledge on the basic laws, theorems, analysis, requirement and operation of electric circuits, machines, circuit designing, etc. Understand the concept of various generation of power and the importance of transmission and distribution. Enhances the understanding of underlying engineering principles that govern the behavior of electrical and electronic systems, teach analytical modeling, simulation and analysis to study the behavior of electrical and electronic systems, provide the skills to design, build and test the systems and subsystems to improve their performance. Imparts training on professional ethics and interactive skills relevant to professional practice. Provides a general perspective and opportunities for a career in industry and business.
With its first batch graduating in 2003, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at East Point College of Engineering and Technology has evolved with time and offers Bachelor Degree courses with an intake of 120 students. The department vision and mission is to meet the demands for new inventions and technologies by producing knowledgeable and committed technologists to serve our country and humanity as a whole. Forum activities (ELFORIA) conducted by the department has been helpful in developing the individuality of the students. Department has been regularly organizing workshops, technical seminars, paper presentations for the betterment of students and making them industry ready. Alumni meet is conducted every year and we have received continuous support from them for the growth of the department.
We have an excellent training and placement cell which conducts regular placement drives from some of the top MNC’s. Regular parents teachers interaction has been done by the mentors for the improvement in the students attendance and academics. Industrial visits to various power stations have been arranged periodically to give students hands-on experience. Most of the faculties are involved in serious research work. The research activity of the department includes fundamental research, sponsored and consultancy projects and is carried out with active participation of the final year students, faculty and research engineers.
|1||Dr.GANAPATHI.D.M||Professor and Head of the Dept||M.Tech PhD||P&ES|
|2||Prof.B.R.KESHAVA SWARUP||Professor.||M.Tech||Power Systems|
|3||Mr.JAGADISH.R.PATIL||Associate Prof.||M. E.||Power Systems|
|6||Mrs.GAYATHRI.V||Asst.Prof||M.Tech||VLSI & Embedded Systems|
|7||Mrs.SUNITHA .L||Asst.Prof||M.Tech||VLSI & Embedded Systems|
|8||Mrs.SHAILA.R||Asst.Prof||M.Tech||Power System Engg|
|9||Mrs.NAMITHA KULKARNI||Asst.Prof||M.Tech||Digital Electronics|
|10||Mrs.ANJU.G||Asst.Prof||M.E||Power electronics and drives|
|11||Mrs.RASHMI.G||Asst.Prof||M.Tech||Energy system Engineering|
|12||Mrs.ARCHANA.B||Asst Prof||M.Tech||Advanced Power Systems|
|13||Mrs. VASAVI.K||Asst.Prof||M.Tech||Electrical Power system|
|14||MRS.PARAMITA.B.SARKAR||Asst.Prof||M.Tech||Electrical Power System|
|15||Mr.AVINASH B C||Asst.Prof||M.Tech||Electronics|
|16||Mrs.ANUPAM SISODIYA||Asst.Prof||M.Tech||Power Electronics|
|17||Mrs.MAMTA OJAS WANDALKAR||Asst.Prof||M.Tech||IPS|
The following are the list of laboratories in the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering:
- Electronics laboratory.
- Electrical Machines Laboratory-1.
- Op-Amp and Linear ICs Laboratory.
- Electrical Machines Laboratory-2.
- Power Electronics Laboratory.
- Microcontroller Laboratory.
- Control Systems Laboratory.
- Digital Signal Processing Laboratory.
- Computer Aided Electrical Drawing.
- Power System Simulation Laboratory-1.
- Relay and High Voltage Laboratory.
MAJOR CORE SUBJECTS IN ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS DEPARTMENT:
- Electric Circuit Analysis
- Transformers and Generators
- Power Generation and Economics
- Generation, Transmission and Distribution
- Electric Motors
- Power System Analysis
- Electrical Machine Design
- Analog Electronic Circuits
- Digital System Design
- Electrical and Electronic Measurements
- Electromagnetic Field Theory
- Power Electronics
- Signals and Systems
- Control Systems
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