About the Department

The department started functioning in the year 2011 with the sanctioned intake of 60 students and well qualified faculty members specialized in Power Systems, Power Electronics and Drives, Electrical Machines etc., who strive for establishing a Centre of excellence in technical education which in turn will bring out technocrats with superior skill and social commitment. The students are motivated by their guidance not only for their academics but also for industrial & research work.

The department was certified with ISO 9001:2015. The Department has the state –of-the-art facilities for various laboratories, a well-equipped seminar hall, wi-fi enabled class rooms to support e-learning with Projectors and a department Library. The Department is currently in the process of NBA and NAAC.

Though the focus is on academic excellence of students, faculty members motivate the students to participate in technical activities for enhancing their fundamental technical knowledge. Students are also encouraged to participate in various inter-disciplinary and industry sponsored contests as well as cultural events in and outside the college. Our students make best use of these opportunities and bring laurels to the Department.

Regular training programs are conducted to enhance the employability of our students. The training programs focus on enhancing their soft skills and programming ability. In addition to the co-curriculum activities, a wide range of value-added courses are also available in order to improve and refine the overall potential of the students.

Programmes offered by the Department are:

• B.E (Electrical and Electronics) – Intake of 60 Students.

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Teaching and Learning Enhancement:

• As a part of our regular e-Learning Initiative that aims at effective use of current technology to enhance the teaching-learning process and to make it learner driven the department maintains individual course pages which hosts the Syllabus, Lesson Plan, Lecture Notes and other reading materials to conduct Value added courses like Embedded and Arduino, Java Programming, Robotics Process Automation (RPA), Periodic guest lectures, workshops are organized for the benefit of students to supplement their curriculum. This facilitates our students to enrich their knowledge and to update the current industry trends.

Research Activities:

• At Present one Faculty are pursuing their Ph.D in Sathyabama Institute of Science and Technology.

• Focussing on Research, Faculties are doing research work to publish papers in Web of science and Scopus.

Seminar Hall

• To conduct special seminars covering latest developments and trends in the field of Computer Science, a fully equipped Seminar Hall with seating capacity of 90 is attached with the department.

• The equipment cover one Overhead Projector, one LCD projector and Black board.

Class Rooms

• Each class room is furnished with an Overhead Projector, one LCD projector, and a dedicated Laptop to support the e-Learning process. The class rooms are Wi-Fi enabled class rooms to support the e-Learning Initiative.

DEPARTMENT VISION

To foster contemporary Skills in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering with innovatory Skills, Global Understanding and Nation building for the progress of Humankind.

DEPARTMENT MISSION

M1:  To Encompass Quality Engineers with skills as persevere to enrich the global technically.
M2:  To engage in research activities leading to innovative application of technology with Industrial approach for the benefit of mankind.
M3:  To provide quality structure and beneficial learning system.
M4:  To enable them as responsible human who value Ethics and environment.

PEO’s OF THE DEPARTMENT

PEO1.  To provide students with the fundamental Knowledge, methodologies and use of cutting-edge Technologies.
PEO2.  To provide students with an awareness and skills in lifelong learning and self-education.
PEO3.  To Cultivate Teamwork, Technical writing and Oral communication skills.
PEO4.  To provide students with an appreciation of engineering impact on society and the Professional responsibilities of an engineers.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO’s)

PSO 1: Apply the fundamentals of mathematics, Science and Engineering knowledge to identify, formulate, design and investigate complex engineering problems of electric circuits, analog and digital electronics, electrical machines and systems.

PSO 2: Apply appropriate technique and modern Engineering hardware and software tools in power systems to engage in life-long learning and to successfully adapt in multi-disciplinary environments.

PSO 3: Understand the impact of Professional Engineering solutions in societal and environment context, commit to professional ethical and communicate effectively.

Programme Outcomes

The graduates will have the ability to

1. Apply the Mathematical knowledge and the basics of Science and Engineering to solve the problems pertaining to Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering.

2. Identify and formulate Electrical and Electronics Engineering problems from research literature and be ability to analyse the problem using first principles of Mathematics and Engineering Sciences.

3. Come out with solutions for the complex problems and to design system components or process that fullfil the particular needs taking into account public health and safety and the social, cultural and environmental issues.

4. Draw well-founded conclusions applying the knowledge acquired from research and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of information and to arrive at significant conclusion.

5. Form, select and apply relevant techniques, resources and Engineering and IT tools for Engineering activities like electronic prototyping, modelling and control of systems and being conscious of the limitations.

6. Understand the role and responsibility of the Professional Electrical and Electronics Engineer and to assess societal, health, safety issues based on the reasoning received from the contextual knowledge.

7. Be aware of the impact of professional Engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and exhibit the knowledge and the need for Sustainable Development.

8. Apply the principles of Professional Ethics to adhere to the norms of the engineering practice and to discharge ethical responsibilities.

9. Function actively and efficiently as an individual or a member/leader of different teams and multidisciplinary projects.

10. Communicate efficiently the engineering facts with a wide range of engineering community and others, to understand and prepare reports and design documents; to make effective presentations and to frame and follow instructions.

11. Demonstrate the acquisition of the body of engineering knowledge and insight and Management Principles and to apply them as member / leader in teams and multidisciplinary environments.

12. Recognize the need for self and life-long learning, keeping pace with technological challenges in the broadest sense.

Laboratory Facilities

The laboratory for the Undergraduate-Graduate students installed with a variety of software catering to the needs of the students and covering the curriculum specified by the affiliated University.

The laboratories include:

• Engineering Practices lab
• Electronics lab
• Electrical machines Lab – I
• Electrical Machines Lab – II
• Control and Instrumentation lab
• Power Electronics and Drives Lab
• Power System Simulation lab
• Electric Circuits lab

S.No Subject Code Lab Name Equipment/Configuration Software
1 EE8311 & EE8411 Electrical Machines I & II Dc Shunt Motor-Dc Shunt Generator Set
2 Dc Shunt Motor -Dc Series Generator Set
3 Dc Shunt Motor-Dc Compound Generator Set
4 Dc Shunt Motor-Salient Pole Alternator Set
5 Dc Shunt Motor-Non-Salient Pole Alternator Set
6 Dc Shunt Motor With SBA
7 Dc Series Motor With SBA
8 Dc Compound Motor With SBA
9 Three Phase Squirrel Cage Induction Motor With SBA
10 Single Phase Induction Motor With SBA
11 Three Phase Slip Ring Induction Motor With SBA
12 Three Phase Synchronous Motor With SBA
13 Single Phase Auto Transformers - 10a
14 Single Phase Auto Transformers - 20a
15 Three Phase Auto Transformers - 12a
16 Three Phase Auto Transformers - 28a
17 Single Phase Transformer S 2kva
18 Three Phase Transformers
19 Dc Rectifier And Distribution Panel 200a
20 Ac Distribution Panel 200a
21 BLDC Motor 24v, 300w With Loading Setup And Controller
22 Rotameter Trainer Setup
23 EE8261 Electrical Circuits Lab RPS Single Channel Matlab
24 RPS Dual Channel
25 Dual Trace CRO 20mhz
26 Function Generator 1mhz
27 Digital Storage Oscilloscope 25mhz
28 EE8511 Control & Instrumentation Lab Dc Servomotor Matlab
29 Ac Servomotor
30 Dc Motor Load Setup
31 Dc Motor Generator Load Setup
32 Dc Motor Generator Transfer Function Kit
33 Dc Motor Position Control
34 Ac Motor Position Control
35 Stepper Motor Control
36 Process Control Simulator(Rigged Up Models Type-0 And Type-1)
37 8085 Microprocessor Trainer
38 Design Of Lag-Lead Kit
39 Dual Trace CRO
40 Function Generator 3mhz
41 Single Phase Auto Transformer 8a
42 Ac Synchro Transmitter And Receiver Kit
43 Flow Measurement Trainer Kit
44 EE8661 Power Electronics And Drives Lab Characteristics Of SCR Matlab
45 Characteristics Of Triac
46 Characteristics Of Mosfet & IGBT
47 Ac To Dc Fully Controlled Converter
48 Ac To Dc Half Controlled Converter
49 Step Down And Step Up Mosfet Based Choppers
50 IGBT Based Single Phase Pwm Inverter
51 IGBT Based Three Phase Pwm Inverter
52 Resonant Dc To Dc Converter
53 Dual Trace CRO Adt
54 Single Phase Auto Transformers
55 Switched Mode Power Conveter
56 SCR & Triac Based Single Phase Ac Voltage Controller
57 Cyclo Conveter
58 Gate Pulse Generator Kit Using R, RC And UJT Triggering
59 EE8711 Power System Simulation Lab 18 Inch Tft Monitor E-Tab Simulation Software
60 C10 Thin Client (Cpu)
61 GE8261 Engineering Practice Lab Iron Box Nil
62 Mixer Kestar
63 Tube Light Set
64 Single Phase Autotransformer
65 EC8311 Electronics Lab RPS Dual Channel Nil
66 Dual Trace CRO 20mhz
67 Function Generator 1mhz
68 Digital Storage Oscilloscope 25mhz

Institution and Department Level Excellence

  To obtain the accreditation for the department.
  To obtain high ranking in the surveys.

Academic Excellence

  To improve pass percentage of the students by a targeted percentage points from the previous year.
  To improve the percentage of first class and distinction by a targeted percentage from the previous year.
  To mentor students to obtain a targeted number of university ranks within the first 30 ranks in each year.
  To ensure higher participation of students in the class room by enhancing the quality of teaching learning process, targeting the attendance level at 85%.

Students Professional Activities

  To encourage and support a targeted percentage of students to present/publish papers in reputed conferences and Journals.
  To facilitate a practical orientation to students through industrial visit and Guest Lectures targeting at 2 each year.
  To enter into MOU with one leading organization to jointly conduct activities for the benefit of both students and faculty.

Students Career Planning

  To provide necessary Training and skill development to students to improve their placement opportunities.
  To mentor high ranked students to get placed in higher salary paying companies or gain admission in reputed institutions for their higher studies.

Faculty Development

  To plan the development of faculty members through Faculty Development Programs (FDP) in the academic, new technology and teaching skills related areas.
  To mentor and support the targeted number of faculty members to register and a targeted number of faculty members to complete Ph.D in the given academic year.

FACULTY – DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

S.No. Photo Name of the Faculty Designation with Years of Experience Mail id , Intercom and Profile
1 Mr. K. Jayavelu B.E.,M.E. Associate Professor/ 15Years kjayavelu@jeppiaarinstitute.org / 4043
2 Mrs. L. PattathuraniB.E.,M.E.,(Ph.D) Assistant Professor /10Years pattathuranil@jeppiaarinstitute.org /4043
3 Ms. S. PriyaB.E.,M.E. Assistant Professor/11 Years priyas@jeppiaarinstitute.org /4043
4 Mr. A. Antony CharlesB.E.,M.E. Assistant Professor/6 Years antonycharlesa@jepiiarinstitute.org/4043
5 Ms. Muthukumari Associate professor
6 Ms. E. Priya Assistant Professor
7 Ms. Thaniga Assistant Professor
8 Ms. Gaja Assistant Professor

Anna University Ranks

S.No Batch Academic year No. of Ranks Name of the Student/Rank/CGPA Photo
1 2011-2015 2015 1 Steff M S /38th /8.78
2 2012-2016 2016 1 Brinda Manuel /35th /8.79
3 2013-2017 2017 Nil

Student’s Placement Details

Academic Year No. of Students Placed Placement Details
2018-19 VIEW
2017-2018 VIEW
2016-2017 VIEW
2015-2016 VIEW
2014-2015 VIEW

Student’s Placement Details

Academic Year No. of Students Placed Placement Details
2018-19 10 VIEW
2016-17 12 VIEW
2015-2016 16 VIEW
2014-2015 16 VIEW

Industrial Visits

Academic Year No. of Industrial Visit Industrial Visit Details
2018-19 VIEW
2017-18 VIEW
2016-17 VIEW
2015-16 View
2014-15 View

Guest Lectures

Academic Year No. of Guest Lectures Guest Lectures List
2018-19 VIEW
2017-18 VIEW
2016-17 VIEW
2015-16 View
2014-15 View

Guest Lectures

Academic Year No. of Guest Lectures Guest Lectures List
2018-19 1 Power Plant Engineering
2017-18 2 Control System, Electromagnetic Theory
2016-17 3 Microcontroller based System Design, Electrical machines – I & Transmission and Distribution

Internships

Academic Year No. of Students Details
2018-19 VIEW
2017-18 VIEW
2016-17 VIEW

Value Added Courses

Academic Year No. of Students Details
2018-19 View
2017-18 View
2016-17 VIEW
2015-16 VIEW
2014-15 VIEW
2013-14 VIEW

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMMES

Academic Year No: of FDPs Details
2018-19 VIEW
2017-18 VIEW
2016-17 VIEW
2015-16 VIEW
2014-15 VIEW

FDP

Academic Year No. of. FDPs FDP Details
2018-19 8 Staff attended FDP on Pedagogical technic
2017-18 4 staff attended FDP on Pedagogical technic
2016-2017 4 staff attended FDP on Data Science and Big Data Analytics & FDP on Advanced Microprocessor and Microcontroller

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS - CONFERENCES

Academic Year No: of Conferences Details
2018-19
2017-18 VIEW
2016-17
2015-16 VIEW
2014-15 VIEW

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS - CONFERENCES

Academic Year No: of Journals Details
2018-19 VIEW
2017-18 VIEW
2016-17 VIEW
2015-16 VIEW
2014-15 VIEW

LECTURE NOTES

Semester Subject Name Link
3 Electromagnetic Theory
3 Digital logic circuits
3 Electronic Devices & Circuits
3 Power Plant Engineering
3 Electrical Machines - I
4 Electrical Machines - II Notes
4 Control System
4 Transmission & Distribution
4 Measurement & Instrumentation
5 Power Electronics
5 Microprocessor & Microcontroller
5 Power System Analysis
6 Embedded System
6 Design of Electrical Machines Notes
6 Solid State Drives
6 Power System Operation and Control
6 Power System Transient
7 High Voltage Engineering
7 Protection & Switch Gear
7 Special Electrical Machines
7 Microcontroller Based System Design
7 Power Quality
8 High Voltage DC Transmission
8 Electrical Energy Generation, Utilization and Conservation

Question Bank

Semester SubName Link
3 Electromagnetic Theory
3 Digital logic circuits
3 Electronic Devices & Circuits
3 Power Plant Engineering
3 Electrical Machines - I Link
4 Electrical Machines - II
4 Control System Link
4 Transmission & Distribution Link
4 Measurement & Instrumentation Link
5 Power Electronics
5 Microprocessor & Microcontroller
5 Power System Analysis
6 Embedded System Link
6 Design of Electrical Machines Link
6 Solid State Drives
6 Power System Operation and Control Link
6 Power System Transient Link
7 High Voltage Engineering
7 Protection & Switch Gear
7 Special Electrical Machines
7 Microcontroller Based System Design
7 Power Quality
8 High Voltage DC Transmission Link
8 Electrical Energy Generation, Utilization and Conservation Link
II II Year QBE
III III Year QBE
IV IV Year QBE
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