Head of Department : Dr. Anil Kumar T T
The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering has been started in the academic year 2010, with B. Tech course in Electrical & Electronics Engineering. The intake of the students per year for the programme is 60. This department consists of 1 Professor, 3 Associate Professors and 7 Assistant Professors.
A top class education centre to bring out globally competent Electrical and Electronics engineers, innovators, entrepreneurs and researchers hence contributing to the technological, economical and ethical development of all
To provide a state of art infrastructure, resources and excellent opportunities for teamwork, leadership, social activities and develop values, thus enabling students to achieve their career in industry, research, and academia or as an innovator, or an entrepreneur.
Program Educational Objectives
- Practice the Electrical engineering discipline successfully and ethically.
- Graduates will sustain life-long learning activities the associated areas of science and technology
This basic workshop in Electrical Engineering provides facility for familirization of different types of electrical accessories, types of wiring, basic electronic circuits etc. They also get hands on experience on various wiring circuits.
List of Important Machinery and Equipments: Drilling machine, Bench vice, Tool grinding machine, Coil winding machine, Oscilloscopes, Soldering stations, Signal generator, Multimeters, Models of insulators, machines & accessories, wiring tools etc.
Lab-in-charge: Mrs.Sheeba Paulose.
Electrical Machines Laboratory
It has around 20 machines which include DC machines, Synchronous and asynchronous machines and transformers and their supporting instruments.Experiments are done on various AC and DC machines to study their characteristics and evaluate their performance.
Important Machinery and Equipments:
Three phase alternator D.C machine sets, Three phase synchronous induction motor,Three phase slip-ring induction motor, Three phase squirrel cage induction motor, Three phase double cage induction motor, Induction machine D.C machine sets, Single phase induction motor, Isolated d.c machines, Identical d.c machine sets, Main 3 Phase Slip ring I/M -dc generator set, Single Phase transformer, Three Phase transformer, Single phase and Three phase auto-transformer. Loading rheostats and choke coils, DC and ac motor starters, CTs and PTs, DC indicating meters, AC indicating meters, Frequency meters, Analog and digital multimeters, Clip-on meters, Tachometers, Stop watches, Synchronizing lamp sets etc.
Lab-in-charge: Mrs. Bindumol
Electrical Measurements Laboratory
It is well equipped forme asurement of variousel ectrical quantities with sufficient number of measuring equipments. The basic theoremsin electrical engineering are also experimentally verified here. Calibration of Ammeters, Voltmeters, Energymeters etc are done.
Important Machinery and Equipments
Galvanometers, Energy meters,Flux meter, DC volt ratio box, Standard cell,Decade inductors capacitors and resistors, Kelvin’s double bridge, Earth tester, Function generators, Insulation tester, Oscilloscopes, Vernier dial potentiometers, LCR meters, Slide wire potentiometers, Standard resistances, Phase shifting transformer, Wheastone bridge, Rotating substandard meter, Regulated power supply of various ranges, Instrument transformers, Meter testing bunch, Indicating instruments of various ranges both AC & DC etc.
Lab-In-charge: Mrs. Sheeba Paulose
Digital Electronics Lab
Digital Electronics lab has facilities to familiarise various logic gates, counters, oscillators, and registers etc. This lab focuses the fourth semester electrical and electronics engineering students.
List of Important Machinery and Equipments:
Digital circuts trainer kits, Power supply boards for trainer kits, Digital IC
Lab in charge: Mrs. Smitha K S
Power Electronics Lab
- The lab is equipped with equipments for power electronic device based experiments. Various converters, choppers and rectifiers can be designed. This lab focuses on the sixth semester electrical and electronics engineering students.
Lab in charge: Dr. Rajeev
- List of Important Machinery andEquipments :
Thyristor modules, Diac modules, Triac modules, Thyristor Convertors- Signal generators, Real time oscilloscopes, Ammeters, Voltmeters, Multimeters etc.
Lab in charge: Mr. Abdul Kareem.
This lab helps the students to learn more on programming using C, numerical analysis using C, MATLAB programming. MATLAB/SIMULINK . The students of seventh semester are getting an introduction with 8086 microprocessorsand microcontrollers.
Lab in charge: Mrs. Shilpi M.
Advanced Electrical Engineering Lab
Advanced electrical engineering lab provides facility to conduct experiments to determine the transfer function of DC motor, study of PID controller and study of lead, lag and lead-lag compensator etc.
Lab in charge: Dr. Rajeev
The department library has a collection of more than 100 books on subjects related to the curriculum. Previous year’s question papers, catalogues of electronics equipment, seminar and project reports forB.Tech students are also available.
Lab in charge: Mr. Sivadasan
Department Computer Centre
The DCC is meant for hands-on training as well as sharing the computational resources by staff and students of all departments. A high speed broadband internet facility is functioning. Students can browse the web, free of cost. This is working in connection with software lab.
Lab in charge: Mrs.Shilpi M
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