Electrical Engineering

Overview

One-thirds of the worlds engineers are ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS

About the department

Electrical engineering is a field of engineering that generally deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism. The field first became an identifiable occupation in the late nineteenth century after commercialization of the electric telegraph and electrical power supply.
Major Areas of Electrical Engineering are Power Generation & Transmission, Automation & Control, Renewable / Clean Energy, Energy Audit and Consumer Durables.
Electrical engineering may include electronic engineering. Where a distinction is made, usually outside of the United States, electrical engineering is considered to deal with the problems associated with large-scale electrical systems such as power transmission and motor control, whereas electronic engineering deals with the study of small-scale electronic systems including computers and integrated circuits. Alternatively, electrical engineers are usually concerned with using electricity to transmit energy, while electronic engineers are concerned with using electricity to transmit information. More recently, the distinction has become blurred by the growth of power electronics.

Vision & Mission

Vision To strive for excellence towards education and research in Electrical Technologies by inculcating life-long learning.
Mission The mission elements of Electrical Engineering Department are:
M-1. To prepare students for fundamentals in Electrical and Computational Technology, keeping environmental aspects.
M-2. To undertake the foundation of research for systems involving emerging fields of Electrical Engg. i.e the renewable enrgy concept.
M-3. To impart professional skills for solving real-life problems.

Achievements

S.No. Activity
1 Vikram Sheoran Roll No. 1210757 has secured 98.8% in CAT exam held in November 13.
2 Manjeet Singh, Roll No. 1210727, has cleared the F-CAT exam for the armed forces, held recently and has gone for final stage of interview.

Alumnus

• 52 alumni of the department are working as SDOs in UHBVN and DHBVN (Govt. Sector).
• Many alumni are serving in reputed companies like TCS, CINDA, Jamna Auto, Tech Mahindra, Bajaj Electricals Ltd., L&T Power Corporation Ltd., Hindustan Unilever and many more. (Private Sector)

Highlights

06 Fully Equipped Laboratories and 02 Live Labs
Academic MoU with NITTTR, Chandigarh and IIT, Delhi.
Centre of Excellence: Industrial Instrumentation & Automation (PLC, SCADA & HMI),
Training for Technical Software of Electrical Engineering (PLS-CADD Ultra Lite, AutoCAD (Electrical), ETAP, OrCAD-16.6)
On-Campus MATLAB classes
Personality Development Classes
Industrial visits for practical exposure
Workshops and Expert lectures
Technical Fest
GATE & Aptitude classes from experts
Earn while Learn scheme
Internet and Wi-Fi facility
Mock Interviews and GDs
Use of Research Papers in Teaching & Projects
Outcome based Modern Teaching aids like PPTs, Video Lectures and Virtual Labs

Infrastructure

Computer Lab

Name of the Item Quantity
PCs 24
Printer 02
Laptop 01

Power System Lab I

Name of the Item Quantity
3hp motor generator set 01
5hp motor generator set 01
Rectifier 01
Variable current source 01
Software(E tap) 01
Overhead Projector 01

EMI Lab

Name of the Item Quantity
Adjustable heavy duty DC source 01
Bridges & Adjustable loads 01 & 02

Power Electronics Lab

Name of the Item Quantity
LCRQ Bridge 01
Bread board system 06
CRO 02

Electrical Drive Lab

Name of the Item
1 phase half controlled rectifier
3 phase full controlled rectifier
Chopper half controlled series motor
Chopper half controlled shunt motor
DC dynamic breaker kit
VSI kit
CSI kit
Self controlled synch. generator

Basic Electrical Lab

Name of the Item Quantity
NAS kit 03
DC compound motor 01
DC motor coupled compound generator 01

Electrical Machine Lab

Name of the Item Quantity
Rectifier unit 01
DC shunt motor and compound generator set 01
3 phase HP induction motor 01
1 phase capacitor start IM 01
1 phase energy meter 01
3 winding 3 phase transformer 01
1 phase transformer 02
MG 3 phase synch motor 01

Signal & System Lab

Name of the Item Quantity
Waveform synthesizer 01
Sampling and reconstruction trainer) 01
Sample and hold ckt 01
Spectrum analyzer 01
Storage type CRO 01
Function generator 01

Electrical Lab

Name of the Item Quantity
3 phase E.M 01
DOL starter 01
Copper wire (22 SWG)
Spectrum analyzer 01

Faculty

S. No. Name of The Teaching Faculty Designation Qualification
UG/PG Doctorate University Aprroval No.
1 Dr Nidhika Birla Asso. Prof. & HoD (Offg.) M.Tech Ph.D Proceedings approved
2 Mr Rishi Sarup Sharma Asso. Prof. M.Tech Pursuing CBA166B/2009/18612
3 Mr Maan Singh Asst. Prof. M.Tech Pursuing CBA166B/2010/4221
4 Mr Maninder Singh Asst. Prof. M.Tech CBA166B/2013/20683
5 Ms Pooja Rani Asst. Prof. M.Tech CBA166B/2013/19690
6 Mr Ranjeet Singh Asst. Prof. M.Tech
7 Mr Vikas Singhal Asst. Prof. M.Tech
8 Ms Surekha Aggarwal Asst. Prof. M.Tech
9 Mr Preet Kanwal Asst. Prof. M.Tech
10 Mr Rajiv Kumar Asst. Prof. M.Tech
11 Adjunct Faculty : Dr SP Jain Retd. Prof., NIT, Kurukshetra
12 Adjunct Faculty : Mr Chandan Kalra Manager, Sterlite Power Grid Ventures Ltd., Delhi
13 Adjunct Faculty : Dr Shaktidev Mukherjee Professor, Emeritus, Integral University, Lucknow
14 Adjunct Faculty : Mr Hari Prasad Sharma Superintending Engineer/ Commercial, UHBVN, Panchkula

Activities

Visit to Auto Expo 2020

Visit Detail:-
1. Venue : India Expo Mart, Greater Noida (U.P.)
2. Date : 12th February’2020
3. No. of ELE Students : 18 students of 2nd, 3rd and Final year
4. Features : Over 20 types of electric vehicles including cars, buses and scooters/ bikes , e-rickshaws were launched in this Expo

Urja Mahatva club activity

Urja Mahatva club- solar quiz on 28th Jan2020.
Students :-20

Electoral club activity Jan 2020

Electoral Literacy club- Slogan writing & essay writing competition on National Voters Day 24th Jan 2020.
Students-54

School Visit at MR International Bilaspur on 28.1.2020

School Name:- MR International School, Bilaspur
Purpose of visit:- Sessions on 1. Electrical Engg. Projects
2. How to prepare for exams. For 10th, 11th and 12th class students
Resource Person:- Ms. Charu Singla & Dr. Nidhika Birla

Students Involved:- 160
Date:- 28-01-2020

Project Demonstration and Interactive session

Topic:- Project demonstration and Interactive session with students
Faculty Involved:- Er. Vikas Singhal, Assistant Professor (Electrical Engineering (Along with 2 students Mr. Shubham Garg and Mr. Pulkit)
Students Participated:- 26
Date:- 29-01-2020

“Career councelling session at Govt. Sr sec school Narnaul”

Faculty involved :- Er. Vikas Singhal and Mr. Raveen Kamboj
Student participated:-. 56
Date:- 21-12-2019

Time Table

Syllabus

ELE-6th Sem Student Handbook
ELE-8th Sem Student Handbook
Syllabus 1st Year

Syllabus 3rd Sem

Syllabus 4th Sem

Syllabus 5th & 6th Sem

Syllabus 7th Sem

Syllabus 8th Sem

PEO PO and PSO

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

PEO1 To prepare students with a good foundation in mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals required for finding and analysing solutions for real life engineering problems.
PEO2 To inculcate effective communication skills and an ability to lead and work in a team environment.
PEO3 To provide academic environment so as to promote the life-long learning needed for a successful professional career.
PEO4 To facilitate the students to pursue higher studies and /or to find entry level position in industries.

 

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

PSO1 The ability to apply the analytical techniques for studying the electrical systems and machines.
PSO2 The ability to apply principles of discrete systems in respect of the systems based on electrical engineering.
PSO3 To gain skills in the above so as to reach positions for their career growth.

 

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

PO1 An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering.
PO2 An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
PO3 An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs.
PO4 An ability to function in teams.
PO5 An ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.
PO6 An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
PO7 An ability to communicate effectively.
PO8 A broad education necessary to understand the impact of electrical engineering solutions in a global and societal context.
PO9 A recognition of the need for an ability to engage in life-long learning.
PO10 A knowledge of contemporary issues.
PO11 An ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

CO and LessonPlan

ELE 4th Sem Lesson Plan & CO
ELE 5th Sem Lesson Plan & CO
ELE 6th Sem Lesson Plan & CO
ELE 7th Sem Lesson Plan & CO
ELE 8th Sem Lesson Plan & CO