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TNEA CODE

2708

B.E. Electrical & Electronics Engineering (Accredited by NBA)

About the Department

Electrical and electronics engineering is an exciting and dynamic field. Electrical engineers are demand of the day since they are responsible for generation, transmission and conversion of electrical power. Electrical and Electronics Engineering technology programme prepares students to work in engineering teams. Students are trained to design and trouble shoots circuits.

Department of EEE offers one UG programme and one PG programme M.E Applied Electronics. The department has qualified and experienced faculty in all the fields like electrical machines, electrical power systems, power electronics and drives, process control and instrumentation, applied electronics, high voltage engineering etc.,. The theoretical knowledge is further supplemented by well equipped laboratories.

Department is equipped with latest state of art laboratories for electrical machines, power electronics, power systems with software ETAP,PSCAD,MI power, control systems, integrated circuits, electric circuits, measurements and instrumentation lab, engineering practices lab and electronics design lab for PG applied electronics with excellent computing facilities. It also has latest audio – visual teaching aids. Internet facility is available for students.

Salient features of the Department

  1. Faculty retention is high.
  2. Many faculty are pursuing Ph.D
  3. Department is recognized as “Research Centre” under Anna university.
  4. Department has obtained permanent affiliation from AICTE.
  5. Department library has 589 books.
  6. Students take up competitive exams like GATE, GRE, CAT, TOEFL, TANCET, Civil service exam, IES.
  7. Guest lectures are arranged from industrial experts.
  8. Students are encouraged to do industrial projects, industrial visits, implant training.

Vision & Mission

INSTITUTE VISION
IV: To become a premier institution by producing professional with strong technical knowledge, innovative research skills and high ethical values.
INSTITUTE MISSION
  • IM1: To provide academic excellence in technical education through novel teaching methods.
  • IM2: To empower students with creative skills and leadership qualities.
  • IM3: To produce dedicated professionals with social responsibility.
DEPARTMENT VISION
DV: To become a Centre of Excellence in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, in every facet of Engineering Education
DEPARTMENT MISSION

DM1: Provide a solid foundation in basic science, mathematics and engineering fundamentals enhancing the student’s capability to identify, formulate, analyze and develop solutions for Engineering problems.

DM2: Create an ambiance for the students to develop and flourish their technical skills, design knowledge and innovative ideas to address the environmental issues and sustainable development of   the society.

DM3: Inculcate moral values and leadership qualities to meet the challenges of life with courage and confidence

DEPARTMENT PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
PEO 1:

Graduates shall have a good foundation in the fundamental and application aspects of electrical, electronics and allied engineering, mathematics and science.

PEO 2:

Graduates shall equip with latest technological development in the field of electrical and electronics engineering for successful employment and motivate themselves to pursue higher studies and do research.

PEO 3:

Graduates shall have lifelong learning skills, professional ethics and good communication capabilities along with entrepreneur skills and leadership, so that they can succeed in their life

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES
PSO1: Professional skills:
 To analyze, design and implement solutions for simple and complex engineering problems that are economically feasible, eco-friendly and socially acceptable.
PSO2: Research skills:
 To apply research and project management skills in electrical and electronics domain concerned with non-conventional energy system by employing recent technologies.

                

 

Infrastructure

Machines Lab

All types of DC Machines, single phase and three phase squirrel cage and slip ring induction motors, single-phase and three phase transformers, suitable starters and loading arrangements for machines, measuring instruments of all types needed for the laboratory experiments and calibration meters are used. The Electrical Machines Laboratory is utilized by all branches of students except CSE and IT students for lab work and project work. All these facilities are used by the teachers for research and development work.

Power Electronics Lab

Thryistor converters, DC choper modules, power devices such as Thyristors, Power MOSFETs, IGBTs of various voltage and current ratings, Opto-Isolators, Pulse transformers and other related commutating components. A Number of modules of AC-DC converters, voltage controllers - single phase as well as three phase, DC chopper units and inverters using Power MOSFETs and IGBTs, project works of UG and PG students are carried out here.

Electronics Lab

The Electronics Laboratory is a unit of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The role of this laboratory is to educate undergraduate and graduate students in the concepts and techniques of Electronics Systems and to carry out cutting-edge research in this area. Laboratory experiments in electronic circuits using semiconductor devices, including diodes, MOSFETs and BJTs. Hands-on-experimental experiences. Design of circuits and its analysis is carried out using Pspice, MATLAB, PSIM etc.

Electronic design Lab

The laboratory facility includes Xilinx FPGA kits and ISE software that is being used for undergraduate and postgraduate laboratories and project work. The laboratory is equipped with ARM, PIC controller, AVR and microcontroller boards, digital storage oscilloscopes, digital multi-meters and IC testers. Research projects are carried out here.

Electric Circuits Lab

This laboratory facilitates students to understand the basic parts of a circuit and how an electric current moves through it. Basic knowledge in circuits and its working is understood. Theoretical knowledge is verified using simulation tools like Pspice, MATLAB, PSIM

Control Systems Lab

The Control systems laboratory has many unique experimental set ups like PI,PID Controllers,Stepper motor Controller,Transfer function determination of a Servo motor and Position controller.It has also equipped with MATLAB for various designing.Students can create virtual models and evaluation is also carried out.

Engineering Practices Lab

To bring the essential skills of electrical engineering to other stream engineering students this laboratory helps the budding engineers to measure electrical parameters and trouble shoot  the electrical apparatus.Students create various wiring diagrams and rigg their own wiring. Usage of various tools and Skill sets are taught with most care and precautions to be followed are enlightened here.Students from various departments MECH, CIVIL, CSE, AUTO,etc attend this laboratory.

Measurements and Instrumentation lab

Here the various methods in measurements and instrumentation are taught. Experimental setups  available here are, LVDT, Pressure Transduce, Anderson Bridge, Schearing Bridges, Instrument Amplifiers.

Integrated circuits lab

Basics of Integrated circuits both analog and digital are available along with these experimental set up for Astable Multivibrator, Monostable Multivibrator, Schmitt trigger, Counters, MUX and DEMUX.

Faculty Details

Faculty Name Designation Qualification Year of Experience
Dr.N.P. Ananthamoorthy Professor and Head M.E., Ph.D., 23
Mrs. K. Vanmathi Asso. Prof. M.E., 18
Mr. V.Lakshminarasimhan Asso. Prof. M.Sc.(Engg), 37
Mrs. B. Nandhini Asst.Prof. M.E.,(Ph.D) 14
Mrs.T. Murugeswari. Asst.Prof. M.E.,( Ph.D) 16
Mr.M.P. Viswanathan Asst.Prof. M.E., (Ph.D) 14
Mr. S. Joshua Daniel Asst.Prof. M.E., 9
Mr. G.Muthuram Asst.Prof. M.E., 15
Mrs.T.Vandarkuzhali Asst.Prof. M.E., (Ph.D) 9.5
Mr.R.Rajesh Kanna Assist.Prof. M.E. ,(Ph.D) 10
Mrs. T. Manjula Asst.Prof. M.E.,(Ph.D) 10
Dr.K.Sekar Asst.Prof. M.E., Ph.D., 20
Mr.D.Vijayanandh Asst.Prof. M.E., (Ph.D) 13
Mrs.K.Gomathi Asst.Prof. M.E., 12
Mr.K.Saravana kumar Asst.Prof. M.E., (Ph.D) 6
Mr.P.Radha krishnan Asst.Prof. M.E., 6
Mr.K.Gobinath Asst.Prof. M.E., 3
Mr. N. Maheshkumar Asst.Prof. M.E., 1
Mr. P.S. Diwakar Asst.Prof. M.E., 1
Mr. A. Khaja Najumudeen Asst.Prof. M.E., 5
Mr .K.Mathan Asst.Prof. M.E.,(PhD) 14
Mrs. A.Shanmughapriya Asst.Prof. M.E., 2