The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was established as one of the three basic engineering departments in the year 1963. It has well qualified and experienced teaching faculty and good infrastructure. The department runs B.E. Program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering, M.Tech. Program in Energy Systems and Management and M.Sc. (Engg.)/Ph.D. Program in Power system engineering, High Voltage Engineering, Digital Image Processing, Power Electronics etc.

B.E. Program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering has been granted autonomous status since 2008. The Department has its Board of Studies (BoS) and Board of Examiners (BoE) consisting of the staff members of the Department, experts drawn from external institutions of excellence and also from industry. The BoS meets at regular intervals to discuss and update the curriculum. The Department follows the Outcome-Based Education (OBE) system. The Department has well-equipped laboratories like Power Electronics, Control systems, Electrical Machines, High Voltage Engineering, Analog/Digital Electronics laboratories. In addition, there are special laboratories like Industrial Automation, Energy Management set up in collaboration with industries like Schneider Electric. The Department encourages students to go for post-graduate programs and special training is provided for the preparation GATE.

 M.Tech. Program in Energy Systems and Management envisages courses related to Non conventional energy systems, Energy Audit, Energy standards, Energy utilities etc. Curriculum for this program has been designed taking inputs from IIT’s, Bureau of Energy Efficiency, power companies, and other institutions of excellence like The Energy Resources Institute (TERI). This course is open to both Electrical & Electronics and Mechanical Engineering streams. Further, KPTCL sponsors their field engineers for this program on a regular basis. The admission to this program is through PGCET. However, GATE qualified students are eligible for the scholarship. The students are also eligible for a scholarship under TEQIP based on the availability of funds.

The Department offers M.Sc. (Engg.) /Ph.D. Research Programs in specialized areas like Microgrid, Power quality issues in renewable energy, Applications of Electric fields in the pollution control, Liquid Dielectric characterization and power system controllers.

The Department encourages students to take internships/Projects at various industries and other institutes for enhancement of their practical knowledge during vacations by giving them the necessary support. Department also encourages technical visits to industries, generating stations, substations, and load dispatch centers for broader exposure to real life environment for both UG and PG students.

The Department is also involved in the conduction of teacher training programs in association with IIT Bombay under the National Mission on Education through Information and Communication Technology (NMEICT), funded by MHRD, New Delhi.

The department has a Letter of Consent with Department of E&EE, BMS College of Engineering, Bengaluru in the area of Applications of High Voltage Engineering. The department has a well-equipped Electrical discharge based pollution control research lab funded by AICTE, VTU, and DST and has been receiving funds from VTU, AICTE, and DST for modernization of existing labs and for setting up of laboratories.

Be a globally acclaimed centre dedicated to nurture academic, research, and professional excellence in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering for the betterment of society
  1. To strive for achieving the highest quality in the academic programs and research work to remain competitive in the changing world scenario.
  2. To transform each student into a confident, knowledgeable, honest and humane individual with the ability to synchronize with emerging technologies and capability to solve real-life engineering problems.
  3. To serve the community and stakeholders in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering through collaborative research.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs).

PEO-1: Graduates of this program will become successful practicing engineers in the domain of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in areas such as design, manufacturing, testing, and commissioning.

PEO-2: Graduates of this program will pursue higher education at national and international premier institutions in engineering and interdisciplinary areas to emerge as researchers, experts, and educators.

PEO-3: Graduates of this program will emerge as leaders having lifelong learning abilities to maintain and enhance professional skills needed to fulfill the needs of society in solving technical problems using engineering principles, tools and practices in an ethical and responsible manner understanding environmental impacts.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)
  • PSO-1: Apply knowledge of power systems and high voltage engineering to design, test, install, and operate systems in the power sector.
  • PSO-2: Design analog and digital systems, test, and implement power electronic, control, and automation systems.
  • PSO-3: Implement eco-friendly energy systems for sustainable development.
PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)
  • PO 1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO 2: Problem Analysis: Identity, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • PO 3: Design/Development of Solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PO 4: 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.
  • PO 5: Modern Tool Usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO 6: 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.
  • PO 7: Environment and Sustainability: Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and the need for sustainable development.
  • PO 8: Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO 9: Individual and Team Work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO 10: 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.
  • PO 11: 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.
  • PO 12: 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.

OBE Administration

Mentoring committee

Sl. No. Category Designation Name of the Person
1 The Dean(s) of the Faculties Ex-Officio Member
2 Head of the Dept. Chairperson Dr. K. T. Veeramanju
3 All Professors of the Department Members 1 Dr. M. S. Shashikala
2 Dr. A. D. Srinivasan
3
4
5
6
7
4 Two Senior Associate Professors of the concerned Department by rotation Members 1 Mr. R. S. Ananda Murthy
2 Mr. B. Aprameya Swarup
5 One Senior Assistant Professor of the concerned Department by rotation Member 1 Miss Neethi M
6 One External Subject Expert from any reputed Academic / Research Institution / Other Universities nominated by the Academic Council Member 1 Dr. L. Venkatesha, Professor, Dept. of E&EE, B.M.S. College of Engineering, Bengaluru
2 Dr. K. Panduranga Vittal, HoD of E&EE, NITK, Surathkal
7

 

One External subject expert   from any reputed Academic/Research Institutions/other Universities nominated by the Vice Chancellor upon recommendation by the Dean of respective faculty. Member 1 Dr. L. Umanand, CEDT, IISc, Bangalore

 

8 Two external members from concerned  industry/ Government Departments/ Public Sector undertakings/ allied area relating to placement, nominated by the Academic Council upon recommendation by the Dean of respective faculty. Members 1 Dr. M. N. Murthy

Head of the Institute,

Power Systems Training Institute

P.B. No. 8201, Subramanyapura Road, Near Yarab Nagar,

Banashankari II Stage,

Bangalore 5600070

Phones: 080-28532053, 28432212

 

 

2 B S VISHWANATHA

General Manager(Rtd) BHEL,Bengaluru

9 One postgraduate meritorious alumnus, to be nominated by the Head of the Department. Member 1 Dr. Ramesh Pathak, Schneider Electric, Bangalore
10 The Chairperson, Board of Studies, may with the approval of the Vice Chancellor, Co-opt as Members:

a)    One external subject expert from reputed Academic/ Research Institution/Other Universities/Industry/ Government departments/ public sector undertakings, whenever special courses of studies are to be formulated.

b)    Two other members of faculty  of the concerned Department.

 

Members

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mr. Rajesh Bhat,Managing Director,JUWI India Renewable Energies Pvt Ltd, Bangalore

 

1 Dr M H Sidram
2

 

Prof S Raghavendra
Sl.No.  Name of the Advisors
1 Mr Ravi Alagarswamy, Schneider Electric
2 Dr Uma Rao, Professor and Head, Dept of EEE RVCE,Bengaluru
3 Dr Ravishankar Deekshit, Professor and Head, Dept of EEE

BMSCE, Bengaluru

4 Dr.P S Puttaswamy, Professor and Head, Dept of EEE

PESCE, Mandya

B.E. Program Coordinator: Dr M S Shashikala

Staff and Student Co-coordinators for B.E. Degree Program

     Year Faculty Name Name of class Representative
I Dr A D Srinivasan

Ms Deepa S N

Herambh Krishna
II Prof S Raghavendra

Mr K M Vinay

Chethan S
III Dr M S Shashikala

Ms Neethi M

Nandakishore N
IV Dr M H Sidram

Mr Ravishankar B S

Adhokshaja

Departmental Committees and Associations         

Sl. No. Name of Committee Members Activity

 

 

1

 

Program Assessment

Committee

 

 

Dr M S Shashikala

Dr K TVeeramanju

Dr A DSrinivasan

Dr M HSidram

Mr S Raghavendra

 

 

Monitoring of attainment of POs and PEOs, motivating the facultyand students towards attendingworkshops and conferences, takingup projects.

 

2 Internal Quality

Assurance Cell

 

Dr A D Srinivasan

Chairman,

Staff and Student

Coordinators for B.E.

Program

 

Mr K M Vinay

Staff and Student

Coordinators for B.E.

Degree Program

Assessing the attainment of COs and POs.
3 Sports, Cultural and

LiterarySub-committee

Ms Deepa S N

Ms  Sowmyashree N

Mr K MVinay

Ms Neethi M

Mr Ravishankar B S

Coordinatingextracurricular activitiesof the students.
 

4

Technical Advisory

Committee

Dr A D Srinivasan

 

Dr M HSidram

Organizing NationalSeminars, Departmental lectures, Expert

Lectures, coordinating thetechnical activities of the students like paperpresentation, or takingpart in a technical

Competition.

5 Soft Skill

Development

Committee

 

Ms Neethi M.

 

Mr K M Vinay

 

 

Coordinating andorganizing softskill development

programs forthe students.

6 DepartmentNewsletter

Committee

 

Students of E&EE

 

SankoliAniruddha

Apoorva Joshi

Ashish John Thomas

Sowmya M R

Manoj H P

Harshitha V

Compilation of information aboutdepartment activities(staff and students);collection and editing of technical/general articles from the staff and students; formatting and

Publishing.

7 Industrial Training

and Placement

Committee

 

Dr M H Sidram,

Mr Ravishankar B. S.

Ms Deepa S N

Ms NeethiM

Ms Sowmyashree N

Mr K MVinay

Student Placement Coordinators of respective years

Coordinating andorganizing technical visitsand helping students ininternship and

placement relatedactivities.

8 Project Committee Dr M H Sidram (UG)

Dr M S Shashikala (PG)

 

Coordinating minor andmajor projects of thestudents
9 Project Evaluation

Committee

Dr M S Shashikala,

HoD,

 

Dr M H Sidram

 

 

Continuous Evaluation of the final year student projects.
10 Seminar Evaluation

Committee

Dr M H Sidram

Dr M S Shashikala

 

Evaluation of technicalseminars by the students
11 Alumni Association

Committee

Mr K M Vinay

Mr Ravishankar B S

Coordinating the alumniassociation activities of

the department.

12 Mentoring Committee All faculty of the department Mentoring the students

and trying to resolve theissues.

13 SJCE-Tesla Ms Deepa S N

Ms Neethi M

Mr Ravishankar B S

Ms Sowmyashree N

Mr K M Vinay

 

Student Coordinators:

Yashas B R

Sudharshan H S

PVidya

MahimaVashistha M S

K J ShashankNambiar

ManeshkumarTallam

Prajwal S

Madhushree N

Meghana D N

Likhith Kumar

Tejas M L

Bharath D

DarshanNaik

Yathish K T

 

Coordinating the

activities of the Electricalfest.

 

2018-19 Batch

Sl.

No.

USN No. NAME FACULTY
1 01JST18EE001 AKHILESH V  

 

Dr  A D Srinivasan

9845856567

adsrinivasan.jce@gmail.com

 

 

2 01JST18EE002 AMARESH BASAPUR
3 01JST18EE003 ANANYA C G
4 01JST18EE004 ANUSHA R SHENOY
5 01JST18EE005 ANVITHA R
6 01JST18EE006 ARPITHA M N
7 01JST18EE007 B POORVI BALIGA
8 01JST18EE008 BHARATH D
9 01JST18EE009 BIVEK DAS  

S Raghavendra

9008710873

ragvendra.mys@sjce.ac.in

10 01JST18EE010 CHANDAN RAJ M R
11 01JST18EE011 CHANDANA H P
12 01JST18EE012 CHAYADEVI S
13 01JST18EE013 CHIRANJEEVI M R
14 01JST18EE014 DADAPEER B
15 01JST18EE015 DARSHAN G S
16 01JST18EE016 DESENGKIE N SANGMA
17 01JST18EE017 DUSHYANTH P GOWDA  

Dr M H Sidram

9342187929

drmhs@sjce.ac.in

 

18 01JST18EE018 HARSHITHA M
19 01JST18EE019 HERAMBH KRISHNAA S
20 01JST18EE020 HRUSHIKESH KULKARNI
21 01JST18EE021 ICHITHA S N
22 01JST18EE022 JAYESH SHAHA
23 01JST18EE023 KEDARANATH
24 01JST18EE024 M B YASHWANTH  

 

M Neethi

9743504313             neethi@sjce.ac.in

 

25 01JST18EE025 MADHUSUDAN U R
26 01JST18EE026 MANJUNATH ASHOK JADHAV
27 01JST18EE027 MANOJ PATEL S
28 01JST18EE028 P SUNIL KUMAR
29 01JST18EE029 PARIKSHITH D
30 01JST18EE030 POOVAIAH K M
31 01JST18EE031 PRAMOD D K  

Vinay K M

8951216065

vinaykm@sjce.ac.in

 

32 01JST18EE032 PRASHANT MISHRA
33 01JST18EE033 PRIYA S
34 01JST18EE034 R MAMATHA
35 01JST18EE035 RAVI KUMAR G K
36 01JST18EE036 ROHAN B B
37 01JST18EE037 ROHINI VEERABHADRAPPA KOTAGI
38 01JST18EE038 ROHIT DEVAR
39 01JST18EE039 S HEMANTHKUMAR  

Ravishankar  B S

9900525218

ravishankarbs.73@sjce.ac.in

40 01JST18EE040 SAHANA D V
41 01JST18EE041 SANJANA V
42 01JST18EE042 SEEMA SAWARIA
43 01JST18EE043 SHALINI S
44 01JST18EE044 SHARATHKUMAR A
45 01JST18EE045 SHASHANK GOWDA M
46 01JST18EE046 SHEIKH DAWOOD
47 01JST18EE047 SHIVAKUMAR R T Sowmyashree  N

9611236704

sowmyashree2688@sjce.ac.in

 

48 01JST18EE048 SHRISHAIL H MUGALI
49 01JST18EE049 SHRUTHI R
50 01JST18EE050 SONESH R
51 01JST18EE051 SOWJANYA A
52 01JST18EE052 SUBODH SHANKAR DOOGANAVAR
53 01JST18EE053 SUMA
54 01JST18EE054 SUSHMITHA K S Deepa S N

9449812401

deepa.archak@sjce.ac.in

55 01JST18EE055 SYED AFROZ PASHA
56 01JST18EE056 VEDITHA A
57 01JST18EE057 VENU   B P
58 01JST18EE058 VINAY  M B
59 01JST18EE059 YESHAS R GOWDA

2017-18 Batch

SL NO. USN NAME FACULTY
1 01JST17EE001 ABHISHEK S VIRAKTAMATH  

Dr K T Veeramanju

9980560925

veeramanju.kalyan@gmail.com

2 01JST17EE002 ADARSH
3 01JST17EE003 AMITKUMAR SIDDARADDI
4 01JST17EE004 ANANYA T
5 01JST17EE005 ANNAPPA M  

Dr A D Srinivasan

9845856567

adsrinivasan.jce@gmail.com

 

 

6 01JST17EE006 ANTHARA N S
7 01JST17EE007 BASVARAJ
8 01JST17EE008 CHETAN M
9 01JST17EE009 D K RANJITH M Neethi

9743504313

neethi@sjce.ac.in

 

 

10 01JST17EE010 DEEKSHITHA M R
11 01JST17EE011 DENSE LISHA A SANGMA
12 01JST17EE012 DHANANJAYA A
13 01JST17EE013 DIVYASHREE N  

Dr M S Shashikala

9886305980

drmss@sjce.ac.in

 

14 01JST17EE014 HANAMANT ALLIBADI
15 01JST17EE015 HARSHITHA H N
16 01JST17EE016 HARSHITHA N
17 01JST17EE017 HARSHITHA  N  

Vinay K M

8951216065

vinaykm@sjce.ac.in

 

18 01JST17EE018 HITHA GURU
19 01JST17EE019 K Y ANUSHA
20 01JST17EE020 KAVANA S GOWDA
21 01JST17EE021 KEERTHANA N  

 S Raghavendra

9008710873

ragvendra.mys@sjce.ac.in

22 01JST17EE022 KERLANGSTAR WANN
23 01JST17EE023 KIRAN C N
24 01JST17EE024 M YASHANK
25 01JST17EE025 MADHUSHREE MYLARI M N  

Dr M H Sidram

9342187929

drmhs@sjce.ac.in

 

26 01JST17EE026 MANJUNATH
27 01JST17EE027 MUNEER AHMED KHAN
28 01JST17EE028 MUTTULAKSHMI B B
29 01JST17EE029 NAVYA SHREE B M  

M Neethi

9743504313

neethi@sjce.ac.in

 

30 01JST17EE030 NAVYASHREE P
31 01JST17EE031 NITHIN G
32 01JST17EE032 PRIYANKA
33 01JST17EE033 RACHANA SUNDAR  

Vinay K M

8951216065

vinaykm@sjce.ac.in

 

34 01JST17EE034 RAMYA RAJESH
35 01JST17EE035 RASHMI R S
36 01JST17EE036 RAVIPRASAD
37 01JST17EE037 SADHANA N  

Ravishankar B S

9900525218

ravishankarbs.73@sjce.ac.in

38 01JST17EE038 SANJEEDA YASMIN
39 01JST17EE039 SHALINI M V
40 01JST17EE040 SHASHANK ARADHYA S
41 01JST17EE041 SHASHANK K S  

Sowmyashree N

9611236704

sowmyashree2688@sjce.ac.in

 

42 01JST17EE042 SHREESHA R BHAKTA
43 01JST17EE043 SHREYAS J
44 01JST17EE044 SHRISHA SHRINIVAS PRABHU
45 01JST17EE045 SONALI M D  

Deepa S N

9449812401

deepa.archak@sjce.ac.in

46 01JST17EE046 SONUANIRUDHA N V
47 01JST17EE047 SRINIDHI S
48 01JST17EE048 SUBHASH CHANDRA THEJASVI N
49 01JST17EE049 SUBHASH N C  

Divyashree B P

9743444624

divi.siet@gmail.com

 

50 01JST17EE050 SUHAS RASHI
51 01JST17EE051 SUMANYU S KOPP
52 01JST17EE052 SURYA S
53 01JST17EE053 SUSHMA S  

Chaithra M

9986930077

chaithra.nishu@gmail.com

 

54 01JST17EE054 SWATHI N BHAT
55 01JST17EE055 THASNIYA P M
56 01JST17EE056 VARSHINI H
57 01JST17EE057 VEDASHREE B S  

Sowmyashree N

9611236704

sowmyashree2688@sjce.ac.in

 

58 01JST17EE058 VEERESH KOTRAPPA
59 01JST17EE059 VENUGOPAL K B
60 01JST17EE060 VIJAYAKUMARA Y
61 01JST17EE061 VIJAYALAKSHMI P S
62 01JST17EE062 VINAY L

2016-17 Batch

SL NO. USN NAME FACULTY
1 01JST16EE001 AISHWARYA S  

Dr  K T Veeramanju

9980560925

veeramanju.kalyan@gmail.com

2 01JST16EE002 AKANKSH S
3 01JST16EE003 AKHILA G
4 01JST16EE004 AMITH J R
5 01JST16EE005 AMULYA A S  

Dr A D Srinivasan

9845856567

adsrinivasan.jce@gmail.com

 

6 01JST16EE006 ANUSHA B S
7 01JST16EE007 BHARATH D
8 01JST16EE008 BHOOMIKA JAMKHANDI
9 01JST16EE009 BHOOMIKA NAGARAJ  

M  Neethi

9743504313

neethi@sjce.ac.in

 

10 01JST16EE010 CHANDANA M
11 01JST16EE011 CHANDANKUMARA B B
12 01JST16EE013 DARSHAN NAIK
13 01JST16EE014 DEEPALIGOWDA K  

Dr M S Shashikala

9886305980

drmss@sjce.ac.in

 

14 01JST16EE015 HARISHKUMAR P
15 01JST16EE016 HARSHA N
16 01JST16EE017 HARSHITHA V
17 01JST16EE018 HASNAIN AHMED KHAN Ravishankar B S

9900525218

ravishankarbs.73@sjce.ac.in

 

18 01JST16EE019 LAKSHMITHA J
19 01JST16EE020 LIKHITH KUMAR
20 01JST16EE021 MADHU K
21 01JST16EE022 MADHUSHREE N  

  S  Raghavendra

9008710873

ragvendra.mys@sjce.ac.in

22 01JST16EE023 MANGKARA DAJIED WANRIEH
23 01JST16EE024 MANISH M R
24 01JST16EE025 MANOJ C M
25 01JST16EE026 MANOJ H P  

Dr M H Sidram

9342187929

drmhs@sjce.ac.in

 

26 01JST16EE027 MANOJ KUMAR P S
27 01JST16EE028 MEGHANA D N
28 01JST16EE029 MEGHANA N S
29 01JST16EE030 MOHAN KUMAR K  

M  Neethi

9743504313

neethi@sjce.ac.in

 

 

30 01JST16EE031 NANDAKISHORE N
31 01JST16EE032 NIKHIL S G
32 01JST16EE033 NIRANJAN B A
33 01JST16EE034 PALLABI W MOMIN
34 01JST16EE036 PAVITHRA M  

Vinay K M

8951216065

vinaykm@sjce.ac.in

 

35 01JST16EE037 PRAJWAL RAO P
36 01JST16EE038 PRAJWAL S
37 01JST16EE039 PRAMOD K
38 01JST16EE040 PRATEEK
39 01JST16EE041 R DIPTI SURIYA Ravishankar B S

9900525218

ravishankarbs.73@sjce.ac.in

40 01JST16EE042 RAVIKANT YALLANAGOUDA PATIL
41 01JST16EE045 SHREEKAR KULKARNI
42 01JST16EE046 SHREYAS A S
43 01JST16EE047 SOUHIK MAZUMDAR
44 01JST16EE048 SOWMYA C K  

Sowmyashree N

9611236704

sowmyashree2688@sjce.ac.in

 

45 01JST16EE049 SOWMYA M R
46 01JST16EE050 SPANDANA G SIDDU
47 01JST16EE051 SUJAY G R
48 01JST16EE052 SUMA K R
49 01JST16EE053 SUNANDA  

Deepa S  N

9449812401 deepa.archak@sjce.ac.in

50 01JST16EE055 TEJAS M L
51 01JST16EE056 VINAY KUMAR V
52 01JST16EE057 YATHISH K T
53 01JST16EE058 SONIKA S
54 01JST16EE059 YASHWANTH  

Divyashree B P

9743444624

divi.siet@gmail.com

 

55 01JST17EE400 ARCHANA G R
56 01JST17EE401 ARUN KUMAR M L
57 01JST17EE402 DARSHAN S G
58 01JST17EE404 MANJUNATHA G  

Chaithra M

9986930077

chaithra.nishu@gmail.com

 

59 01JST17EE407 PAVANA R KOWSHIK
60 01JST17EE408 SACHIN KUMAR V C
61 01JST17EE409 SANJAY T N
62 01JST17EE410 SUDEEPA S Ravishankar B S

9900525218

ravishankarbs.73@sjce.ac.in

63 01JST17EE411 SWAMY K

Programmes Offered

UG details

PG details

B.E. in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (Autonomous)

This course is under grant-in-aid by the Government of Karnataka and it has been accredited three times by the NBA.

M.Tech. in Energy Systems and Management (Autonomous)

M. Sc. (Engg.) by Research

Ph. D. in Electrical Engineering Sciences

Know your Faculty

 

Name

Designation

Qualification

Specialization

Dr. M S. Shashikala

Professor and Head

B.E., M.Sc.(Engg.), Ph.D.

Energy Management

R S Ananda Murthy

Professor

B.E., M.Tech

Power Electronics

Dr. A. D. Srinivasan

Professor

B.E., PGDSA, M.E., Ph.D.

High Voltage Plasma Applications to Vehicular Pollution Control

Dr. K. T. Veeramanju

Professor

B.E., M.E., Ph.D.

Soft Computing

B AprameyaSwarup

Associate Professor

B.E., M.Tech.

Energy Systems

S Raghavendra

Associate Professor

B.E., M.E.

Applied Electronics

Dr. M H Sidram

Associate Professor

B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D.

Image and Video Processing

M P Nagaraj

Assistant Professor

B.E., M.E.

Power Systems Studies

M Neethi

Assistant Professor

B.E., M.Tech.

Energy Systems and Management

Vinay K M

Assistant Professor

B.E., M.Tech.

 High Voltage

 Ravishankar B S

Assistant Professor

B.E., M.Tech.

 Power System

Sowmyashree N

Assistant Professor

B.E., M.Tech.

 Power System

Deepa S N

Assistant Professor

B.E., M.Tech.

 Power System

Mrs. Divyashree

V Professor

B.E., M.Tech.

Mrs. chaithra  M

V Professor

B.E., M.Tech.

Curriculum & Timetable

Assessment

  • Each theory subject is evaluated by conducting three tests and two other CIE events like seminars, quiz, assignments etc.
  • The faculty can give additional tests or CIE events in addition to the prescribed ones to improve the student performance.
  • After every test, a feedback is taken from students to make an indirect assessment of the attainment levels of COs.
  • Lab work, seminars, and projects are evaluated using a well-designed rubric to measure the attainment of COs.

Quality Assurance and Student Support Systems

  • Academic Audit Committee of the Department monitors the coverage of syllabus, quality of learning materials, quality of CIE question papers, quality of lab work being conducted etc.
  • Student feedback about the faculty is taken in the middle of each semester. This will help the faculty to modify the teaching metHoDology to make it more effective.
  • A course exit feedback is taken typically on-line from graduating students to make an indirect assessment of the level of attainment of POs.
  • Alumni feedback is taken during meetings with alumni to get their suggestions to improve the curriculum.
  • Feedback is also taken from industry through Placement Cell to improve the curriculum.
  • Board of Studies gives suggestions to improve the curriculum during annual meetings.
  • Faculty Advisors are assigned to students. Under each staff, there will be about 20 students. Staff advisors counsel the students to improve their performance.
  • Slow learners have the option of dropping some courses unless their total credits registered in a semester does not fall below the minimum limit prescribed by the regulations.
  • Fast learners are identified by their performance. They are given more challenging problems during tutorials conducted for taking up GATE, IES and other competitive exams.
  • Fast learners are also encouraged to participate in technical contests like PACE program, Innovation Challenge Contest conducted by Texas Instruments, and other contests conducted by Schneider Electric, General Electric Co. etc.
  • Students are encouraged to take up courses on topics which are not in the regular curriculum by attending workshops conducted by IEEE Student Chapter of the college, by Spoken Tutorial Project of IIT Bombay, or by Tesla — an association for Electrical and Electronics Engineers formed by students of the Department.
  • Extremely weak students have the option of re-registering for subjects in which they have failed in the Supplementary Semester which is conducted during vacations after the even semester.

Quality of Semester End Examination, internal semester question papers, assignments and evaluation

  • In each theory subject, five events are conducted for CIE out of which three events are tests and the remaining two events may be quiz, assignments, mini-projects, seminar etc. as decided by the teaching faculty.
  • Questions in CIE and SEE are framed to measure the attainment of COs. In each question, the CO to be measured is mentioned.
  • Questions are framed using Bloom’s taxonomy to test the ability of students at different cognitive levels.
  • Lab work, seminars and project work are evaluated with rubrics designed to test the attainment of associated COs.
  • In the SEE question paper, each CO is given equal weightage and all COs mentioned in the syllabus are covered.
  • The faculty teaching the course sets the SEE question papers and provides the scheme of evaluation, figures associated with the question paper. All these are checked by the Board of Examiners (BoE) consisting of the HoD, the faculty who has set the paper, and an external examiner coming from other institutions.
  • SEE question papers are typeset at office of the Controller of Examinations.
  • Proof reading of SEE question paper is done by the faculty who has set the question paper.
  • Digital Valuation System has been employed for SEE.
  • A minimum of 10 % of the total number of answer scripts in the SEE will be reviewed by an external examiner coming from other institutions.

Quality of Student Projects

In order to ensure a quality of student’s projects, guidelines given below are followed. These guidelines are given in the syllabus copy and circulated to all the faculty and students:

  

 Guidelines for B.E. Project Work

Formation of Project Batches

  • The project batches shall be formed during the VII semester by following the procedure announced by the Head of the Department such that each batch will have a mix of students having high, medium and low CGPA scores.
  • The students shall form the batches on their own by following the guidelines prescribed by the Head of the Department.
  • The number of students in a batch shall normally be not more than 4 and in exceptional cases it may be 5. Under no circumstances the number of students in a project batch shall be more than 5.

Assignment of Project Guides

  • A project batch may approach a staff member for his/her consent to guide the project work.
  • The faculty will give his/her consent to guide a particular batch in writing.
  • A faculty member shall guide at least one project batch and shall preferably not guide more than 2 batches. If an excess number of batches is available after a batch is allocated to each staff member, and in case of any discrepancy, the decision of the HoD regarding project guide is final.

Choosing Project Topics

  • It is suggested to identify the project topic in the VII semester itself through the final synopsis has to be submitted only during the VIII semester. This helps in the proper execution of project work during the VIII semester.
  • The following are possible broad areas in which projects can be taken up – Power Systems, Control Systems and Automation, Signal Processing, Power Electronics, Non-conventional Energy Systems, Energy Auditing and Management, High Voltage Engineering Applications, Embedded Systems, Internet of Things, Computational Intelligence and Robotics. However, if there is a multi-disciplinary project involving other departments, it may also be taken, provided the scope of work to be done by the students of each department is clearly defined.
  • The students of each project batch shall prepare a synopsis of the intended project work and submit the same to the Department at the commencement of VIII semester in the prescribed format.

Project Work Monitoring and Evaluation

The HoD, or the Under-graduate Course Coordinator of the Department in consultation with the HoD, shall announce the schedule for all evaluation events of the project work.

  • The project evaluation committee shall consist of the guide, and two faculty members identified by the HoD. If any member is himself/herself the guide, another faculty member shall be co-opted, limiting the total number of the members of the committee to three.
  • The project batch should meet the guide preferably once in a week or as and when necessary to report the progress made. The guide shall maintain a file containing the proceedings of each meeting showing the instructions given by the guide and the action taken by each member of the batch.
  • Before the end of 2nd week of VIII semester, the project evaluation committee of the Department shall scrutinize the synopsis submitted by the project batches, and shall give suggestions to improve the quality of work, if needed, and approve the topic.
  • During the 8th week of VIII semester, there shall be the First Internal Evaluation by the project evaluation committee to check the progress of the project work (as per rubric shown in Annexure-III at the end of this part of SAR)
  • During the penultimate week or the last week of the VIII semester, the project work shall have the Final Internal Evaluation by the project evaluation committee. During this evaluation, the draft copy of the Project Report should be presented. Corrections suggested by the evaluation committee should be incorporated in this draft before the final viva-voce (rubric for this is given in Annexure-III at the end of this part of SAR).
  • If a project work has been carried out in an industry, the guide shall visit the industry at least once, preferably before the final evaluation of the project, to verify how the project work has been carried out.
  • In case of a project work done in an industry, a certificate given by the industry for satisfactory completion of the project shall be attached in the report.
  • The project work shall be a genuine work of the students. If the evaluation committee finds that the project work has been purchased from an external source, that project work shall be treated as null and void. In that case, that batch of students shall repeat the project work with a new topic.
  • The viva-voce of the project work shall be done by the project evaluation committee after the SEE of the VIII semester.
  • The HoD, or the Under-graduate Course Coordinator of the Department in consultation with the HoD, shall announce the schedule for viva-voce of the project work.

Initiatives related to industry interaction

The following are initiatives taken by the Department in respect of interaction with industry:

Under MoU with Schneider Electric Company, the Department has Energy Management Lab and Automation Lab set up in association with Schneider Electric Company, India.

  • Under University Program of Atmel, in consultation with Atmel, new syllabus for the subject EE540 – Microcontrollers has been implemented.
  • The Department has Advisory Board having industry experts as members.
  • The Board of Studies of the Department has members coming from industry.
  • Electives suggested by industry have been incorporated in the curriculum.
  • Partial delivery of courses by industry experts is arranged by arranging their Special Lectures.
  • Industry-sponsored projects are undertaken by some of the students.

Initiatives related to industry internship/summer training

The following are initiatives taken by the Department to encourage students to undergo internships and summer training programmes in industry and at other institutes of higher learning:

  • Students are recommended for internships and summer training programs during vacations.
  • Students are encouraged to take part in industry-conducted project contests.
  • Students who have undergone internship or summer training programs are required to give a presentation of their work done.
 
Department Achievements 2016-17
  • Dr M H Sidram Conducted a One week Faculty Development program on “Advances in Pattern Recognition: An approach through MATLAB” from August 31st, 2016to September 4th, 2016.This workshop focused on recent developments in the area of pattern recognition and image processing.
  • Dr A D Srinivasan Conducted a One week course on “Sustenance of Energy and Environment – Challenges and research dimension” from July 25th, 2016toJuly 30th, 2016. The workshop was conducted by eminent personalities from IISc, CST, CPRI, KPTCL, IIT Chennai and was attended by all sections of people – students, working professionals and regulating bodies. Several related issues regarding energy and Environment sustenance were discussed and challenges were highlighted
  • Ms Neethi M enrolled for Ph.D. under VTU, under the guidance of Dr M S Shashikala and cleared the entrance test and pre-registration viva successfully.
  • Mr Ravishankar enrolled for Ph.D. under VTU, under the guidance of Dr K T Veeramanju and cleared the entrance test and pre-registration viva successfully.
  Student achievements 2016-17
  • Ruksar Jahan and Sudha B M, students of 7th semester had participated in the workshops titled “Game Development using Virtual Reality” and “Quadcopter “conducted by IISc, Bangalore on 20th and 21st January 2017.
  • Jahnavi M J, 5th semester was conferred “Nritya Nataraj” for securing 1st place at Confera conducted at Jalandhara, Lovely Professional University, Punjab during Global Cultural Fest Youth Vibe, 2016.
  • Ashish Thomas, a student of 5th semester has participated and won the Mysuru “Inter Collegiate Football Tournament-2016”.
  • Ruksar Jahan and Nayana Nagaraj have won 1st place in the competition organized by “INNOVIANS TECHNOLOGIES” on “IOT” during October-2016.
  • Students from TESLA association had organized a workshop on “Internet of Things” on 1st and 2nd of October, 2016.
  • K Shashank Nambiar, student of 5th semester had participated and bagged runner up position in “Real Steel Robowars” the national level competition held at Lovely professional University, Punjab October 2016.
  • Mahima Vasistha M S has participated in “Vacation Project Mania 7.0” conducted by IEEE-SJCE EDS in June, 2016.
  • Nayana Nagaraj, Ruksar Jahan and Sariya Tehreem, students of seventh semester had bagged 2nd place in the event “ROBO FIFA” held during “NIECEFEST” at NIE,Mysuru on 25th and 26th of April, 2016.
  • Pradhan Partha Sarathi participated and won the prize in SAE International “SAE Aero Design West” competition organized at Lockheed Marthin Aeronautics Co Van Nuys, California, and United States on 4th April 2016.
Department Achievements 2017-18
  • Dr A D Srinivasan Conducted a One week Global Initiative for Academic Networks (GIAN), course on “Applied Electro statics and non thermal plasma for environmental applications and control of bio particles” during 21st December 2017 to 25th December 2017. Professor Akira Mizuno from Toyohashi University of Technology, Japan was the resource person for the course.
  • Dr A D Srinivasan had fruitful research discussion with Prof Akira Mizuno (senior researcher Toyohashi, University of Technology, Japan) in the field of Applied Electro statics and non-thermal plasma during his stay in our college in connection with GIAN program
  • With the initiative of Dr A D Srinivasan and Dr K T Veeramanju, Letter of Mutual consent between Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, SJCE, Mysuru and Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, BMS college of Engineering was signed on 20th, December, 2017 to create a collaborative academic environment and mechanism between the two colleges in the area of High voltage engineering.
  • Dr A D Srinivasan delivered a technical talk on Recent trends in High Voltage Engineering at ATME college of Engineering, Mysuru on 17th November 2017
  • Dr A D Srinivasan had discussion with Dr Vasudev Additional Director CPRI, Bangalore on the research problem in the area of Application of High Voltage Engineering on 16/10/2017 accordingly the research problems were formulated.
  • Dr A D Srinivasan had discussion with Dr Rajinikanth B S, Professor and Dr Subbareddy, Associate Professor Department of Electrical Engineering IISc Bengaluru on the newer applications of Non thermal plasma and establishment of outdoor insulator testing laboratory on 16/10/17
  • Dr M S Shashikala had chaired the session for IEEE International Conference on Current Trends in Computer, Electrical, Electronics and Communication held on September 8th and 9th 2017 at VVCE, Mysuru.
  • Rajagopal has completed his Ph.D. “ Electrical Discharge Based Hybrid Technique For Emission Control Treatment”under VTU in the year 2017 under the guidance of Dr A D Srinivasan
  • Jagadisha N has completed his comprehensive viva “ Electrical Discharge Plasma Based Technique for Abatement of Volatile Organic Compounds and Other Industrial Pollutants” under VTU under the guidance of Dr A D Srinivasan
  • Vinay K Mcompleted his course work in the area of Electrostatic Precipitator in the year 2017, under the guidance of Dr A D Srinivasan
  • Deepa S Ncompleted her course work in the area of Liquid Dielectric Characteristics in the year 2017 under the guidance of Dr A D Srinivasan and Dr K T Veeramanju
  • Saritha M, under the guidance of Dr M H Sidram completed her course work in the area of Power Quality Assessment.
  • Under the guidance of Dr A D Srinivasan, Trigatron Gap assembly was designed and fabricated by Soupayan Bose and team, final year students as a part of final year project. This unit was successfully developed and is being used in HV lab to conduct controlled impulse generator firing
  • Dr A D Srinivasan has received travel grants from AICTE, UGC, DST and TEQIP to present papers in International conferences held in USA.
  • Dr A D Srinivasan has nominated as a member in VTU, revision of syllabus for BE courses in E&EE
  • Dr A D Srinivasan has 166 Citations, 8 H-Index, 7 – i10-Index in Google Citations
  • Sowmyashree N completed her course work in the area of Power Quality Issues in the year 2017 under the guidance of Dr M S Shashikala
  • Dr M S Shashikala reviewed papers for an International Conference on Emerging Research in Electronics, Computer science and Technology (ICERECT-2018), Organised by PES College of Engineering, Mandya
  • Dr A D Srinivasan has nominated as member of Electrostatic Process Committee IAS IEEE
  • Our department is one of the remote centers for NMEICT program, funded by MHRD, under which Ms Neethi M, conducted a Two-week ISTE workshop on
“Electric Power System” in association with IIT, Kharagpur from July 10th, 2017 to July 15th ,2017.
  • Research grants were received by Dr A D Srinivasan from AICTE, VTU and DST to establish a full fledge “Electrical Discharge based Pollution Control” research lab. Five students are pursuing their Ph.D. studies in the lab and one student is awarded Ph.D. working in this lab.
  • Dr A D Srinivasan is the B high grade light music vocal artist in All India Radio and Doordarshan.
  Student achievements 2017-18
  • The following students K Shashank Nambiar, Sankoli Anirudha, Akilesh C, Charan M J of 5th semester, had participated and have been qualified for the finals in SAE – “EGA, Hybrid electric scooter” competition held on 14th October 2017 at Bangalore.
  • Jahnavi M J, 5th semester student gave a Bharathanatyam performance at MysuruPalace during Dasara-2017.
  • Rajeswari H S, a 5th semester student has secured 1st Place in the “Inter Branch Throw Ball” event conducted by SJCE under Intramural sports activities-2017.
  • Ashish Thomas, a student of 5th semester has won the AFC Cup for Football -2017
  • Chaithanya Yadav, Devendrasa R Pawar, Pallavi N, Pavankumar S R and Sharathkumar S students of 8th semester had demonstrated a Project title “Internet Of Things based Smart Waste Management” under the guidance of Ms Neethi M and Ms Sowmyashree N and won third place in the State Level Competition called “aavEEEshkar” organized by Dept. of EEE, VVIET, Mysuru, association with ISA-Student section Bengaluru -2017.
Department Achievements 2018-19
  • One-week workshop on “Recent Trends in Power Sector for Sustainable Development” was coordinated by Dr M S Shashikala and Dr M H Sidram from 17th December to 21st December 2018
  • Dr A D Srinivasan has chaired session at IEEE-International Conference ICEECCOT on 15/12/2018, at GSSSIETW, Mysuru.
  • Ms Neethi M presented a paper titled ‘‘Fault Analysis and Predictive Maintenance of Induction motor’ at IEEE-International Conference ICEECCOT-14/12/2018, at GSSSIETW, Mysuru.
  • Mr Vinay K M presented a paper titled ‘Small Scale implementation of Electrostatic Precipitator’ at IEEE-International Conference ICEECCOT on 14/12/2018, at GSSSIETW, Mysuru.
  • Dr A D Srinivasan was invited for a special talk on High Voltage Engineering at Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering from the department of E&EE on 02/11/2018
  • Mr Sharath Kumar M D has completed his course work in the area of Outdoor Insulators in the year 2018 under the guidance of Dr A D Srinivasan.
  • Ms Savitha P B, Professor, BNMIT, Bengaluru successfully completed her Doctoral program titled “Improved Model to generate quality power from grid connected photovoltaic system” under the guidance of Dr K L Puttabuddhi and Dr M S Shashikala.
  • Dr A D Srinivasan has invited to be the guest of honour of graduation ceremony at GMIT, Mandya on 26/05/2018
  • Dr A D Srinivasan was invited to judge students project at Vidyavardhaka College of Engineering from the department of E&EE on 21/05/2018
  • Mr Vinay K M emerged as a topper in the FDP certification on ENERGY CONSERVATION for BUILDING CODE organized/powered by KREDL (Govt. of Karnataka).
  • Mr Vinay K M won four prizes in techno-quiz competition conducted at the Zinnova Confluence, Banglore.
  • Mr Vinay K M cleared an online certification course on “Recent Advancements in Transmission Insulators” conducted by NPTEL.
  • Ms Neethi M and Ms Sowmyashree N cleared an online certification course on “Introduction to Smart Grids” offered by SWAYAM – NPTEL portal.
  • Ms Deepa S N cleared two online certification course on “Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering” and “Recent Advancements in Transmission Insulators”offered by SWAYAM – NPTEL portal.
  • Ms Divyashree B P cleared an online certification course on “Fundamentals of Electrical Engineering”offered by SWAYAM – NPTEL portal.
  • The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering has been accredited by NBA for 3 years from March 2018
  • Kumara K completed his comprehensive viva “Power System Stabiliser as Optimal Controllers for Stability of Single Machine Infinite Bus at Different Loading Conditions” in 2018 and final thesis will be shortly submitted to VTU under the guidance of
Dr A D Srinivasan.
  • Under the guidance of Dr A D Srinivasan, Transformer TESTRIG, an in house product development was done by Sandeep and team. The testrig was designed and fabricated by final year students as a part of final year project. This unit was successfully developed and is being used to carry out breakdown studies on liquid insulation.
  • Student Induction Program was coordinated by Dr A D Srinivasan from 7th to 14th August’2018 for fresh engineering students.
Student achievements 2018-19
  • K Shashank Nambiar, Akilesh C and Charan M J, students of 6th semester B.E. won the Best Innovation Award in TVS EGA Hybrid Two Wheeler Championship held at TVS institute for quality and leadership, Anekal Bangalore.
  • Ashish John Thomos participated and won the third prize in oral presentation at “SAE Aero Design West-2018” competition organized at Lockheed Marthin Aeronautics Co Van Nuys, California and UnitedStates.
  • Shreyas H B student of 7th semester won fourth place in Shuttle Badminton in VTU-inter zones 2018.
    2018-19
  • Ms Savitha P B, Professor, BNMIT, Bengaluru successfully completed her Doctoral program titled “Improved Model to generate quality power from grid connected photovoltaic system” under the guidance of Dr K L Puttabuddhi and Dr M S Shashikala.
  • Mr Saishankar successfully completed his VTU Doctoral Pre-Ph.D.Comprehensive Viva-Voce examination under the guidance of Dr K T Veeramanju.
  2017-18
  • Mr Rajagopal has completed his Ph.D. “ Electrical Discharge Based Hybrid Technique For Emission Control Treatment” under VTU in the year 2017 under the guidance of  Dr A D Srinivasan.
  • Mr Jagadish N successfully completed his VTU Doctoral Pre-Ph.D. Comprehensive Viva-Voce examination on “Electrical Discharge Plasma Based Technique for Abatement of Volatile Organic Compounds and Other Industrial Pollutants” under the guidance of Dr A D Srinivasan.
  • Mr Kumara K successfully completed his VTU Doctoral Pre-Ph.D. Comprehensive Viva-Voce examination on “Power System Stabiliser as Optimal Controllers for Stability of Single Machine Infinite Bus at Different Loading Conditions” in 2018 and final thesis will be shortly submitted to VTU under the guidance of Dr A D Srinivasan.
  • Kumara K successfully under the guidance of Dr A D Srinivasan.
  • A Letter of Mutual consent between Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, SJCE, Mysuru and Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, BMS college of Engineering was signed on 20th, December, 2017 to create a collaborative academic environment and research activities between the two colleges in the area of High Voltage engineering.
  • Ms Rubeena enrolled as full time research scholar under VTU, under the guidance of Dr M H Sidram and cleared the entrance test and pre-registration viva successfully.
  • Ms Sowmyashree N enrolled for Ph.D. under JSS S&TU, under the guidance of Dr M S Shashikala and Dr K T Veeramanju and cleared the entrance test and course work exam as a part of pre-registration process of Ph.D.
  • Ms Deepa S N enrolled for Ph.D. under JSS S&TU, under the guidance of Dr K T Veeramanju and Dr A D Srinivasan and cleared the entrance test and course work exam in the area of  Applications of High Voltage Engineering as a part of pre-registration process of Ph.D.
  • Ms Neethi M cleared the course work exam as a part of pre-registration process of Ph.D. under V.T.U and preparing for comprehensive Viva-Voce.
  • Mr Ravishankar B S cleared the course work exam as a part of pre-registration process of Ph.D. under VTU.
2016-17
  • Ms Neethi M enrolled for Ph.D. under VTU, under the guidance of Dr M S Shashikala and cleared the entrance test and pre-registration Viva-Voce successfully.
  • Mr Ravishankar enrolled for Ph.D. under VTU, under the guidance of Dr K T Veeramanju and cleared the entrance test and pre-registration Viva-Voce successfully.
  • Mr Vinay K M cleared the course work exam in the area of Applications of High Voltage Engineering as a part of pre-registration process of Ph.D. under VTU preparing for comprehensive Viva-Voce.
2018-19 Successfully submitted proposal for modernization of Power Electronics Lab under MODROB AQIS AICTE Scheme on December 12th 2018, which will introduce students to high/ low power, non-isolated power supplies through the next generation of power management curriculum and course development.

 

Sl. No. Topic Dates From – To About the Program No. of Participants
  1   Recent trends in power sector for sustainable development   17th  December,2018 to 21st December,2018   The primary objective of this workshop was to enhance the knowledge of the participants in the area of recent trends in power sector, power quality, and renewable energy for sustainable development, regulatory and tariff issues for better understanding of the technologies, potential advantages and research challenges in power sector. It was an opportunity and platform for the academicians, researchers, working engineers and students to actively learn and interact with the experts from various fields like IISc, CST, KPCL, KPTCLand PRDC.   70
  2   Advances in Pattern Recognition: An approach through MATLAB   31stAugust , 2016 to 4thSeptember, 2016 This workshop has focused on recent developments in the area of pattern recognition and image processing. It has provided a comprehensive introduction to the fields of pattern recognition and machine learning   116
  3   Sustenance of Energy and Environment – Challenges and research dimension   25th July ,2016 to 30thJuly,2016 This workshop was regarding primary issues bothering the human kind at present – Energy, environment and their sustenance. The workshop was conducted by eminent personalities from IISc, CST, CPRI, KPTCL, IIT Chennai and was attended by all sections of people – students, working professionals and regulating bodies. Several related issues regarding energy and Environment sustenance were discussed and challenges were highlighted   85

 

 Our department is one of the remote centers for NMEICT program, funded by MHRD, under which various STTPs are conducted by IIT- Bombay &IIT- Kharagpur.

 

Sl. No. Name of the Conference/Workshop organized Date & Month Sponsored by
1 ISTE workshop on “ Electric Power Systems” July 10th , 2017 to July 15th ,2017 MHRD
2 ISTE workshop on “ Pedagogy for Effective use of ITC in Engineering Education” January 5th, 2015 to January 31st, 2015 MHRD
3 ISTE workshop on “Control Systems” December 2nd, 2014 to December 12th, 2014 MHRD
4 ISTE workshop on “Analog Electronics” June 4th ,2013 to June 14th,2013 MHRD
5 ISTE workshop on “ Writing Effective Conference  Papers” February 18th, 2012 to February 19th, 2012 MHRD
6 ISTE workshop on “ Solar Photovoltaic: Fundamental Technologies and Applications” December 12th, 2011 to December 22nd, 2011 MHRD
7 ISTE workshop on “ Basic Electronics” June 28th, 2011 to July 8th, 2011 MHRD

Global Initiative of Academic Network (GIAN) Programme

Report on Conduct of GIAN Course

Title of the course: Applied Electrostatics and Non-Thermal Plasma for Environmental Application and Control of Bio-Particles”

Overview

The course focuses on the application of Electrostatics and Non-thermal Plasma for Environmental protection and control of Bioparticles. Non-thermal plasmas produced by electrical discharges are gaining importance because of their low energy requirement. The present collegiate student community holds responsibility of sustainable environment. This course intends to provide knowledge about the technologies such as non-thermal plasma and electrostatics for environment protection and life sustenance in the present context of the highly disturbed and polluted environment. In addition, this would also provide gainful career opportunities for young students. This short-term multi-disciplinary course, covering topics, appropriate in this direction, is very useful and value-addition to the academic qualifications they already possess or that they are studying. In this course, fundamentals of electrostatics and applications on control of bio-particles such as DNA molecules, viruses, and microbes, PM2.5 removals are comprehensively described. Non-Thermal Plasma characteristics including radical formations have been discussed for further development to environmental applications.

Objectives

The primary objective of this course is to introduce and familiarize participants with:

  • The current state of the art in Applied Electrostatics and Electrical discharge based Non-Thermal Plasma Technologies.
  • Research opportunities in the area of Electrostatics and Electrical discharge based Non- Thermal Plasma.
  • Practical applications to understand the mechanism of the techniques and to know the importance of the fundamental knowledge and hence to develop novel technologies for environmental remediation and protection of human health.
  • To enhance Career opportunities and job potentiality of students by value-addition to their current academics of Science and Technology towards international standards.

Publications for the year 2016-2017

International Journals:

  1. Srinivasan, A. D., Rajagopala, R., & Jagadisha, N. (2016). Electrical discharge plasma for activation of adsorbent and catalytic materials for diesel engine exhausts treatment. Indian Journal Advances in Chemical Science, 82-87.
  1. Shashikala, M. S., &Janardhana, S. (2016). Smart Meter Parameters for smart Grid. International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology,5.

National Journals:

  1. Shashikala, M. S., &Preetham, D. S. (2016). Wind Power Generation Using Maglev Technology. Published in “Electrical India”.
  2. Shashikala, M. S., &Janaardhana, S. (2016). Smart Meter Parameters for smart Grid. International Journal of Research in Engineering and Technology, 5.

International Conferences:

  1. Kumara, K., & Srinivasan, A. D. (2017, February). Design of optimal controllers for the power system stabilizer—Effect of operating conditions. In Electrical, Computer and Communication Technologies (ICECCT), 2017 Second International Conference on (pp. 1-6). IEEE.
  2. Srinivasan, A. D., Rajagopala, R., & Jagadisha, N. (2016, December). Electrical pulse discharge plasma augmented catalysis and adsorption for NOx/CO abatement from stationary engine exhaust- Effect of system configuration, exhaust composition and concentration. 2016 In 18th Asian Conference on Electrical Discharge (ACED).
  1. Shashikala, M. S., & Janardhana, S. (2016, December).Challenges of smart meter System. In 2016 international conference on Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computer and Optimization Techniques (ICEECCOT).IEEE.
  2. Shashikala, M. S., & SavithaPandurangi,(2016, December). Modeling of Photovoltaic Array and Control of grid connected Photovoltaic system to provide quality power to grid. In 2016 International conference on Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computer and Optimization Techniques (ICEECCOT).IEEE
  3. Shashikala, M. S., Pandurangi, S., & Puttabuddhi, K. L. (2016). Modeling and Design of Three Phase Grid Connected Photovoltaic System to provide Quality Power to Grid. International Conference on Computational Intelligence on Power Energy and Control with their Impact on Humanity (CIPECH). IEEE.
  1. Srinivasan, A. D., Rajagopala, R., & Jagadisha, N.(2016, February). Plasma based hybrid technique for abatement of pollutants from stationary engine exhaust. Effect of exhaust composition, loading and flow rate. International Conference on Air Quality Management (IICAQM).
  2. Srinivasan, A. D., Rajagopala, R., & Jagadisha, N. (2016,February) Plasma promoted hybrid technique for abatement of pollutants from stationary engine exhaust- Effect of exhaust composition, loading and flow rate. In International Conference on Combating air pollution.

Publications for the year 2017-18

International Journal:

  1. Kumara, K. & Srinivasan, A. D., (2018). Optimal LQR and pole placement based controller for Power System stabilizer to enhance damping oscillations. Journal of advanced research dynamic control system (JARDCS). H- Index:4
  2. Kumara, K., & Srinivasan, A. D. (2018). Design of Optimal controller for Enhanced Power System Stability using Multistage LQR with coordination operation of PSS and UPFC.International Journal of scientific research in Computer Science Engineering & Information Technology, 4, ISSN, 2456-3307,Impact Factor :4.06
  3. Kumara, K., & Srinivasan, A. D. (2018).A coordinated design of power system stabilizer and UPFC controller for enhanced Power System stability for SMIB. Journal of Engineering and applied science, H-Index:15.
  4. Srinivasan A. D., Jagadisha, N., & Rajagopala, R. (2018). Plasma Based Hybrid Technique for Abatement of Pollutants from Stationary engine exhaust – Type of fuel, Loading Condition and flow rate. Springer Journal.
  5. Shashikala M. S., Apoorva, G. K., & Savyasachi, G. K.  (2017). Comparative Study of Different Types of Asymmetrical Multi-Level Inverter. International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT).Impact Factor: 3.89

National Journal:

  1. Jagadisha, N., Srinivasan, A. D., & Rajagopala, R. (2017). Electrical pulse discharge plasma augmented catalysis and adsorption for NOx/CO abatement from stationary diesel engine exhaust – Effect. Journal of Central Power Research Institute(CPRI).

International Conferences:

  1. Srinivasan, A. D., Vinay, K. M., & Lohit, L. (2018, December). Small Scale Electro Static Precipitator. In 2018 International Conference On Electronics, Communication, Computer Technologies and Optimization Techniques (ICEECCOT).
  2. Ravishankar, B. S. (2018) Gas Insulated Substation (GIS): Trends, Developments and Problems. In 2018 Third International Conference on Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computer Technologies and Optimization Techniques (ICEECCOT).
  3. Apoorva, G. K., Savyasachi, G. K., & Shashikala, M. S. (2017, September). DC-DC Converter Integrated with Asymmetrical Multi-Level Inverter for Solar PV Application. InCurrent Trends in Computer, Electrical, Electronics and Communication (CTCEEC), 2017 International Conference on (pp. 725-732). IEEE.
  4. Aradyamath, S., Kumara, K., & Srinivasan, A. D. (2017, September). Enhanced Performance of Integrated Power System Stabilizer–Effect of Operating Conditions. InCurrent Trends in Computer, Electrical, Electronics and Communication (CTCEEC), 2017 International Conference on (pp. 508-512). IEEE.
  5. Kumara, K., & Srinivasan, A. D. (2017, December). Design of pole placement power system stabilizer for SMIB-effect of operating conditions. In Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computer, and Optimization Techniques (ICEECCOT), 2017 International Conference on(pp.518-523). IEEE.
  1. Jagadisha, N., Vagdevi, S., Srinivasan, A. D., & Tuppad, P. (2017, December). Abatement of Benzene & Toluene using electric discharge plasma technique-an experimental study. InElectrical, Electronics, Communication, Computer, and Optimization Techniques (ICEECCOT), 2017 International Conference on (pp. 1-5). IEEE.
  1. Kumara, K., & Srinivasan, A. D. (2018, January). Optimal LQR and pole placement based controller for Power System stabilizer to enhance damping oscillations. In International conference on emerging trends in Science and Technologies for Engineering system (ICETSTES) .IEEE.
  1. Shashikala, M. S., Preetham, D. S. (2018). Experimental study on miniature fabricated model of Maglev Wind turbine. 2018 In World Journal of Engineering Research and Technology (WJERT) on (pp 428-436).
  1. Geethanjali, M. N., & Sidram, M. H. (2017, December). Performance evaluation and hardware implementation of MPPT based photovoltaic system using DC-DC converters. In2017 International Conference on Technological Advancements in Power and Energy (TAP Energy) (pp. 1-6). IEEE.
  1. Abhinandan, A. C., & Sidram, M. H. (2017, November). Fault diagnosis of an induction motor through motor current signature analysis, FFT & DWT analysis. InEngineering Technologies and Applied Sciences (ICETAS), 2017 4th IEEE International Conference on (pp. 1-7). IEEE.

Publications for the year 2018-19

International Conferences:

  1. Banu, R., & Sidram, M. H. (2018, December). Object Detection and Tracking with Occlusion Handling in Maritime Surveillance. In 2018 International Conference on Recent trends in Image Processing & Pattern Recognition (RTIP2R).
  2. Kumar, S., & Sidram, M. H. (2018, December). Augmentation of Power Quality Engaging Current Injection Technique via Pi Controller. In 2018 3rd International Conference on Electronics, Communication, Computer Technologies and Optimization Techniques (ICEECCOT).
  1. Vinay, K. M & Srinivasan, A. D. (2018, December).  Small Scale implementation of Electrostatic Precipitator. In 2018 3rd International Conference on Electronics, Communication, Computer Technologies and Optimization Techniques (ICEECCOT) IEEE.
  1. Shashikala, M. S., Sontakki, P. (2018, December). Maintenance of Wide Area Monitoring System and Phasor Measurement Units from Cyber Attack in Power System. In 2018 International conference on Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computer and Optimization Techniques (ICEECCOT),IEEE.
  1. Neethi M. (2018, December). Fault Analysis and Predictive Maintenance of Induction motor. In 2018 3rd International Conference on Electronics, Communication, Computer Technologies and Optimization Techniques (ICEECCOT) IEEE.
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