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ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

The department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering had a humble beginning along with the inception of the college in 2001. In a very short span of time, the department has established adequate lab facilities. The department strives to achieve excellence in teaching-learning process and research activities together with the college. It currently offers 4 year full- time Bachelor degree programme in Electrical & Electronics Engineering. In accordance with the intake sanctioned by All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE), New Delhi, the department admits 30 students in U.G.

The department is accredited by NBA & NAAC for its good infrastructure facilities and the quality of education which it offers. It has 15 members of highly qualified and well-experienced Faculty. Senior faculty members are qualified with doctoral degree and junior faculty members are pursuing doctoral degree in various specializations at premier universities. Faculty members are doing research activities in the areas of renewable energy, power electronics, power system optimization and power quality.

PROGRAMME OFFERED

UNDER GRADUATE COURSES

Course Name :B.E Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Course Duration : 4 Years

  

LAB FACILITY:

Laboratory details

  • Power Electronics Lab was upgraded using funds received from AICTE under MODROBS scheme.
  • A new “Electrical Engineering and Control System” laboratory was established in the year 2013 to support the existing electrical machines lab and control system laboratory
  • Software tools viz., Electromagnetic Transient Analyzer Program (ETAP) and MATLAB (version: 2013a) for simulation studies were purchased
  • Advanced Solar Radiation Assessment centre has been established in association with Centre for Wind Energy and Technology, MNRE, India.
  • Standalone Uninterrupted power supply was provided to the power system simulation Laboratory.
  • SMART class room is established
  • A NEW “Renewable energy systems” laboratory was established in the year 2019 on the basis of updated Anna university curriculum regulation 2017.

Lab Description

Number of Students Area(sq.ft)
Electrical circuits lab

35

2100

Electrical machines lab

35

3000

Electrical Engineering and Control systems Lab

35

3000

Control and Instrumentation lab

35

1600

Power electronics lab

35

2400

Engineering practice lab

35

3000

Power system simulation lab

35

1200

Linear integrated circuits lab

35

1600

Renewable Energy Systems lab

35

1600

INDUSTRY ATTACHED LABORATORIES

Lab Name Industry Attached Equipments / Specifications QUANTITY
NIWETAM NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF WIND ENERGY , PALLIKARANAI PC

HP 500-220IN / CORE i5-4570 (3.2 G)/8 GB DDR3 RAM/1 TB HDD/R/W DVD/NVIDIA 1 GB GRAPHICS / WINDOWS 8 / WIRELESS KEYBOARD & MOUSE/ 18.5”LED TFT MONITOR / 3 YEARS WARRANTY

 

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DEPARTMENT LIBRARY

No. of  Volumes:  317

No. of  Titles: 154

IEEE All Society Periodical Package :   179

Online Access  Journals:

DELNET DEVELOPING LIBRARY NETWORK

http://www.delnet.nic.in

Department Highlights
New Star Signed a MoU with Ensave consultancy Private Limited on 6.8.2019
New Star Final year EEE students A. Ibrahim Basha, S.Lokesh & T.Karthikeyan got fund of RS.7500 for their project title” SMART ELEPHANT MONITORING SYSTEM” from Tamil nadu State Council for Science & Technology. The project is guided by Ms.Shobana Associate Prof/EEE.

  • Outstanding Research Supervisor of the year award was presented to Dr K. SATHYASEKAR (PROFESSOR/ EEE) from UPACRI-2020 organised by DHS foundation in collaboration with Campbell University, USA
  • Advanced Solar Radiation Assessment centre has been established in association with Centre for Wind Energy and Technology, MNRE, India.
  • MNRE sponsored  one day seminar  on “Renewable Energy Production And Its Challenges”  on 25.03.2015 Funds received Rs.50,000/-
  • Forge factory organized a 56 hour hardware hackathon, a startup- innovation hub contest on February 7 -9, 2018. In this competition 35 teams participated from all over the India & among them our final year EEE students Balu Ashok, S.Balachandar & B.Goutham participated& designed their “AVANT GRADE E-BIKE “ . They received the grant for Rs.5 lakhs
  • Our Innovative Project "Avant Grade E-bike" executed by our student BALU ASHOK and team (2014-18) won Bronze medal in “48 th All India Student Design Competition” organized by National Design & Research Forum. He received his Bronze medal on 29.10.2017 at KALA Academy,GOA.
  • Selected in Texas Instruments challenge India Contest 2015 for the participation in quarter finals. Texas Instruments, rewarded with components worth Rs.50,000/- forfabrication of the gadget
  • “Remote sensing of patients using power line and visible light communication“ by E. Kavitha ,J. Aparna  and  Dhanalakshmi  IV Year EEE students(2016) guided by  Dr .S. Krishnakumar HOD-EEE
    • Selected by Tamil Nadu State Council for Science and Technology
    • Sanctioned funds of – Rs.10,000/-
  • “Design and Implementation of POTHOLE detection system “by Selvamani ,Rudhran ,R.Ramkumar IV YEAR EEE  guided by  Dr. A. Kalaimurugan Assoc. Prof/EEE
    • Selected by Tamil Nadu State Council for Science and Technology
    • Sanctioned funds of – Rs.10,000/-
  • Novel design and Characterization of Pyranometer for Precision Solar Radiation Measurements” Rajesh Prasanth, A. Sreedhar reddy, and V.Rajesh guided by Dr. K.C. Jayasankar
    • Selected in Engineer infinite Elecrama’s -2016 project exhibition
    • Sanctioned funds by Elecrama – Rs.14,000/-
    • Management sanctioned a fund of Rs.15,000/
  • D.Parveez Hussain (2014) won silver medal in “All India design competition for engineering students-2013” organized by National design and Research forum of the Institution of Engineers(I) for the design of “Electronic Accelerator and Steering Mechanism of a electric vehicle for the psychically challenged “.

UNIVERSITY RESULTS

Academic Year Percentage No. of University Ranks
2019-2020 72.22
2018-2019 54.27
2017-2018 78.6
2016-2017 85.07
2015-2016 56.87 4

PLACEMENTS – HIGHER STUDIES – ENTREPRENEUR

Academic Year Percentage Higher Studies Entrepreneur Details
2019-20 96.2% 3.8 view
2018-19 79% view
2017-18 77% 3% 1% view
2016-17 70% 1% view
2015-16 54% 3% view

PROJECTS

Academic Year No. of Projects Details Achievements Details
2019-20 12 View 2 View
2018-19 12 View 2 View
2017-18 26 View 2 View
2016-17 36 View 2 View
2015-16 43 View 1 View

PUBLICATIONS & PATENTS

 

Academic Year

No. of Publications

Details

National Conference International Conference International Journal
2019-20 1 View
2018-19 8 View
2017-18 6 2 26 View
2016-17 3 1 View
2015-16 24 View

Total No. of Patents – 07 (View)


NPTEL ACHIEVEMENT

Academic year No. of Staff Certification Details
JUNE – DEC 2019 4 ELITE View
JUNE – DEC 2018 7 ELITE View
JAN – APR 2018 3 ELITE View
Academic year No. of Students Certification Details
JUNE – DEC 2019 11 ELITE View
JUNE – DEC 2018 34 ELITE View
JAN – APR 2018 21 ELITE View

PROFESSIONAL BODY

Academic year Members No. of Activities Details
2019-20 IEEE Student Chapter-5 View
2019-20 IEEE Staff Chapter-2 View
2018-19 IE(I)-28 3 View
2017-18 IE(I)-38 3 View
2016-17 IE(I)-33 2 View
2015-16 IE(I)-35 1 View

Name Designation Qualification Experience

Mail Id

Dr.S.Vimala Professor M.E, Ph.D 17.11 vimala.eee@prathyusha.edu.in
Ms.M.Preetha Associate Professor M.E 13.10 preetha.eee@prathyusha.edu.in
Ms.S.Shobana Associate Professor M.E(PhD) 16.1 shobanas@prathyusha.edu.in
Mr.K.Somasekhar Assistant Professor M.Tech. 9.6 sekharkesani@gmail.com
Mr.K.Anand Assistant Professor M.E 8.5 anand.eee@prathyusha.edu.in
Ms.T.Madumathi Assistant Professor M.E 7.10 mathumathi.eee@prathyusha.edu.in
Mr.C.Ramesh Assistant Professor M.Tech. 5.1 ramesh.eee@prathyusha.edu.in
Mr.G.Rajesh Assistant Professor M.E 2.6 grajesh.eee@prathyusha.edu.in
Dr.N.Sujitha Assistant Professor M.E, PhD 1.0 sujitha.eee@prathyusha.edu.in
Ms.S. Karthiga Assistant Professor M.E 4.6 karthiga.eee@prathyusha.edu.in

 

RESOURCES

COURSE CODE

COURSE NAME

STUDY MATERIALS

VIDEO LINKS

EE 8301 ELECTRICAL MACHINES I  DOWNLOAD  VIEW
EE 8351 DIGITAL LOGIC CIRCUITS   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EE 8391 ELECTRO MAGNETIC THEORY   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EC 8353 ELECTRON DEVICES & CIRCUITS   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
MA 6351 TRANSFORMS & PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
ME 8792 POWER PLANT ENGINEERING   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
MA 8491 NUMERICAL METHODS   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EE 8401 ELECTRICAL MACHINES II   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EE 8402 TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EE 8451 LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EE 8403 MEASUREMENT & INSTRUMENTATION   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
IC 8451 CONTROL SYSTEMS   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EE 8501 POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EE 8551 MICROPROCESSORS & MICROCINTROLLERS   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EE 8552 POWER ELECTRONICS   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EE 8591 DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
CS 8392 OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EE 8601 SOLID STATE DRIVES   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EE 8602 PROTECTION & SWITCH GEAR   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EE 8691 EMBEDDED SYSTEMS   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EE 8005 SPECIAL ELECTRICAL MACHINES   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EE 8002 DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EE 8701 HIGH VOLATGE ENGINEERING   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EE 8702 POWER SYSTEM OPERATION & CONTROL   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
OCS 752 INTRODUCTION TO C PROGRAMMING   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EE 8006 POWER QUALITY   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
EE 8015 ELECTRICAL ENERGY GENERATION,UTILIZATION & CONSERVATION   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
GE 8076 PROFESSIONAL ETHICS   DOWNLOAD   VIEW
MG 8591 PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT   DOWNLOAD   VIEW

   Academic          Year

               Co-Curricular Activities

Extra – Curricular Activities  

Achievement

Organized Participated Details Total no. of participation Details
2019-2020 6 56 View  –
2018-2019 7 12 View 19 View  View
2017-2018 18 12 View 18 View  View
2016-2017 8 30 View 30 View  View
2015 – 16 8 8 View 35 View View

VISION

To  promote  and sustain the department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering as a leading beacon in the areas of engineering education, scientific research and development and to cater the  requirements of modern global engineering industries.

MISSION

  • To impart in depth knowledge in the various areas of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
  • To develop practical skills & hands on experience in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
  • To make competent engineers suitable for modern global engineering industries.
  • To interact with various industries by signing MOU and thus create a centre of excellence

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVIES (PEOs)

PEO-1:

To Enable the Graduates to excel in engineering positions in any organization that emphasize on design, development and implementation of complex electrical systems

PEO-2:

To inculcate professional and multidisciplinary approach, entrepreneurial thinking and obtain skills necessary for interacting effectively with society.

PEO-3:

To exhibit commitment to their profession by following the ethical and creative practices to serve the nation.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

    1. An ability to apply knowledge of computing, mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals appropriate to the discipline.
    2. An ability to analyze a problem, and identify and formulate the computing requirements appropriate to its solution.
    3. An ability to design, implement, and evaluate a computer-based system, process, component, or program to meet desired needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.
    4. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
    5. An ability to use current techniques, skills, and modern tools necessary for computing practice.
    6. An ability to analyze the local and global impact of computing on individuals, organizations, and society.
    7. Knowledge of contemporary issues.
    8. An understanding of professional, ethical, legal, security and social issues and responsibilities.
    9. An ability to function effectively individually and on teams, including diverse and multidisciplinary, to accomplish a common goal.
    10. An ability to communicate effectively with a range of audiences.
    11. Recognition of the need for and an ability to engage in continuing professional development.
    12. An understanding of engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects.

     

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME:

  1. Exploit consistent theoretical and practical methodologies to design and implementation in electrical system.
  2. Gain knowledge of basic Electrical and Electronics to Power Systems and Power Electronics for governing the system.
  3. Educate the computing platform and learn software for power systems and hybrid renewable energy system to meet out the demands.

 

Course Features

  • Lectures 0
  • Quizzes 0
  • Duration 50 hours
  • Language English
  • Students 0
  • Assessments Yes