Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

About EEE Department

Electrical and Electronics Engineering is a field of engineering that generally deals with the study and application of electricity, electrical machines, electronics, and electromagnetism. The EEE department is one among the four departments which was established in the year 2007, and has produced many successful engineers and entrepreneurs. The department with a blend of experienced, dynamic and qualified faculty members with wide range of specializations is able to give quality and outcome based education to the students. The department is fully equipped with state-of-art-laboratories and adopts innovative methods of teaching practices.

The EEE department holds several national level conferences, seminars, value added courses, and workshops. These activities provide a platform for the staff and students to share their views and experience among industrialists, fellow researchers and academicians in the emerging areas of electrical engineering.

Vision

To produce committed and successful Electrical and Electronics Engineers to meet the global challenges with a sense of social responsibility.

Mission

To provide the learning resources of state-of-the-art technology to acquire and enhance the technical knowledge of students.
To equip students with effective communication skills and leadership qualities to render their duties with high ethical values.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO I: Graduates will acquire good scientific and engineering knowledge with which they can comprehend, analyze, and design and develop electrical and electronics products which will enhance the quality and comfortness of the society.

PEO II: Graduates will possess effective communication and technical skills with multidisciplinary knowledge to solve complex electrical and electronics engineering problems.

PEO III: Graduates will possess professional attitude as an individual or a team member with proper considerations for ethical and environmental factors and exhibit motivation for lifelong learning.

Programme Outcomes (POs)

PO1: Apply knowledge of mathematics, basic science and engineering fundamentals to solve complex electrical and electronics engineering problems.

PO2: Identify, formulate, and analyze complex electrical and electronics engineering problems.

PO3: Design solutions for electrical engineering problems and components of electronic systems that will meet the specified needs with appropriate considerations for public health, safety, culture, society, and environment.

PO4: Collect research information and conduct engineering experiments to analyze, interpret data and synthesis the results for arriving at valid conclusions

PO5: Select and apply the appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering tools necessary for complex electrical and electronics design and allied activities realizing the limitations.

PO6: Access the desired needs within the context of electrical and electronics engineering areas, considering realistic constraints such as economic, social, ethical, health , safety and cultural issues.

PO7: Comprehend the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of and need for sustainable development

PO8: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics, responsibilities and norms of the electrical and electronics engineering practice.

PO9: Perform effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in multidisciplinary teams.

PO10: Communicate effectively with the engineering professional and society by means of presentation and technical reports.

PO11: Manage multidisciplinary projects using the engineering knowledge principles of management and finance.

PO12: Engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Laboratory Facilities

  • Electrical Machines Laboratory
  • Electrical Drives Laboratory
  • Power Electronics Laboratory
  • Control System Laboratory
  • Power System Simulation Laboratory
  • Measurement and Instrumentation Laboratory
  • Electric Circuits Laboratory
  • Engineering Practice Laboratory
  • Labview Academy

Electrical Machines Laboratory

The Electrical Machines Laboratory supports teaching; research and consultancy work on Electrical machines and drives. Through hands-on experiments with real machines, students gain practical experience on transformers and various types of machine drives. The laboratory can also be used for project work related to electrical machines and energy conversion.

 

Electrical Drives Laboratory

The main focus of the laboratory is the control of electric drives. The laboratory is also equipped for the simulation and control of conventional drives and special machine drives using Digital Signal Processors (DSP) and Field Programmable Gate Array (FPGA) boards.

 

Power Electronics Laboratory

Circuits and devices used for switching power converters, solid-state motor drives, and power controllers; dc-dc, ac-dc, and dc-ac converters and applications; high-power transistors and magnetic components; design considerations including heat transfer.

 

Control System Laboratory

The Control Systems Laboratory introduces students to the implementation of PID-controllers, and two-step controllers, to first order delay, as well as third order delay, systems using educational PID boards and DC servo boards. Experimentations and analysis use industrial standard oscilloscopes, and data-acquisition boards interfaced via SIMULINK/MATLAB.

 

Power System Simulation Laboratory

Power System Simulation Laboratory is a computer model that mimics the operation of a real or proposed Power Engineering system. Simulation tool helps in validating the ideas and new concepts which born’s in an engineer’s mind which seeks for solution to a problem. Sophisticated Computer programs are used in Power Engineering Simulation Laboratory for the purpose of analysis and design in the following domains.

 

Measurement and Instrumentation Laboratory

The Measurement and Instrumentation laboratory in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) Department has the objective to familiarize the student with the operation of basic laboratory instrumentation such as Energy meter, multimeter, frequency counter, voltmeter, Ammeter and also with personal computers and circuit simulators such as Pspice and Workbench etc. To understand the experiments student must understand the theory of the circuits under test, and the instruments used to test them.

Electric Circuits Laboratory

In the Electrical Circuit Lab students can create their own electrical circuits and do measurements on it. The electrical circuits are limited to DC (direct current). There is also a version of the Electrical Circuit Lab in which data can be collected. Students can analyze the collected data by creating graphs of the data and use the graphs in the conclusion tool.

Engineering Practice Laboratory

Engineering Practices Lab covers all the basic engineering lab practices in the Civil, Mechanical, Electrical and Electronics areas. The lab deals with the various tools to be used and exercises to be practiced in the application of engineering. .


   

Faculty Details

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering has a team of highly qualified faculty members who have a proven record of meritorious accomplishments to their credit. The Department has doctorates and post graduates specialized in several areas and who have extensive teaching experience. The strength of the staff is according to the norms prescribed by AICTE, New Delhi.Brief profile of few of our faculty members are given below.

Dr.B.Gopinath,
Head of the Department.

Name: Dr.B.Gopinath
Designation: Professor and Head
Qualification: M.E.,Ph.D.
Experience: 15 Years 6 Months
Specialization: Applied Electronics
Name: Dr.T.Rajesh
Designation: Professor
Qualification: M.E.,Ph.D
Experience: 15 Years
Specialization: Power Systems Engineering
Name: Ms.R.Vidhya
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.Tech.,MBA.,(Ph.D)
Experience: 15 Years
Specialization: Information Technology
Name: Ms.R.Kalaivani
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E.
Experience: 14 years
Specialization: Power Systems Engineering
Name: Ms.S.Dhanalakshmi
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E.,MBA
Experience: 11 Years 6 Months
Specialization: Power Electronics and Drives
Name: Mrs.G.J.Pauline Jothi Kiruba
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E.
Experience: 10 Years 6 Months
Specialization: Power Electronics and Drives
Name: Ms.P.Mercy
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E.
Experience: 9 Years
Specialization: Energy Conservation & Management
Name: Mr.M.Narayanan
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E.
Experience: 7 Years
Specialization: Power Electronics and Drives
Name: Mr.D.Velmurugan
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E.
Experience: 4 Years 6 Months
Specialization: Power Electronics and Drives
Name: Ms.G.Hemaprabha
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E.
Experience: 3 Years 6 Months
Specialization: Power Electronics and Drives
Name: Ms.R.Kiruthika
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E.
Experience: 3 Years 6 Months
Specialization: Energy Engineering
Name: Mr S.Dhamodharan
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E.,(Ph.D).
Experience: 3 years
Specialization: Power Electronics and Drives
Name: Mr R.C.Manojchakkaravarthi
Designation: Assistant Professor
Qualification: M.E.
Experience: Teaching: 0.8 Year Industry : 0.8 Year
Specialization: Power Electronics and Drives

Value Added Courses

YearCourse NameDescription
II Year PCB Design and Fabrication
  • This training course offers students the opportunity to explore different aspects of circuit board design
  • Main topics of instruction include drawing and drafting guidelines, along with single- and double-sided printing and design techniques
  • Students examine methods for circuit board layout
III Year Graphical System Design using LabVIEW
  • The graphical nature of LabVIEW makes it easier to develop working code faster
  • With LabVIEW, quickly drag and drop built-in functions to simplify acquisition, analysis, control, and data sharing so you can spend less time on syntax errors and more time on creating your application
LabView for Engineering Solutions
  • The graphical nature of LabVIEW makes it easier to develop working code faster.
  • With LabVIEW, quickly drag and drop built-in functions to simplify acquisition, analysis, control, and data sharing so you can spend less time on syntax errors and more time on creating your application.

University Rank Holders

ACADEMIC RANK HOLDERS DETAILS 2010 – 2014 (UG)

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1 Ms. C.Finnis
2 Ms. Ridu Ravindran

ACADEMIC RANK HOLDERS DETAILS 2008 - 2012 (UG)

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1 Ms. Sneha Durga

ACADEMIC RANK HOLDERS DETAILS 2007 - 2011 (UG)

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1 Ms. Arthi Sahaya Rhones
2 Mr. V.Karthikeyan

Industrial Visits

S.No.ClassDateCompany NamePlaceAccompanied Staff
1 IV YEAR – (40 Students) 16-08-2016
to
18-08-2016
KELTRON Corp Trivandrum Ms R.Vidhya
AP/EEE,
Mr D.Velmurugan
AP/EEE,
Mr S.Dhamodharan
AP/EEE
2 III YEAR – (18 Students) 22-08-2016
to
24-08-2016
Wonderla Substation. Mysore Ms P.Mercy
AP/EEE,
Mr John Britto
AP/English,
3 III YEAR – (40 Students) 09-07-2016
to
11-07-2016
Wonderla Substation. Kochi Ms R.Vidhya
AP/EEE,
Mr S.Dhamodharan
AP/EEE
4 II YEAR – (17 Students) 09-07-2015
to
10-07-2015
Wonderla Substation. Kochi Ms S.Rajeswari
ASP/EEE,
Mr M.Danielpradeep
AP/EEE
5 IV YEAR – (56 Students) 15-07-2015
to
18-07-2015
Wonderla Substation. Kochi Mr T.Rajesh
AP/EEE,
Mr D.Velmurugan
AP/EEE,
Ms R.Kiruthika
AP/EEE
6 II YEAR – (40 Students) 01-09-2014 Jaya Horn. Coimbatore Ms S.Dhanalakshmi
AP/EEE,
Ms G.J.Pauline jothikiruba
AP/EEE,
Mr S.Dhamodharan
AP/EEE,
Mr M.Danielpradeep
AP/EEE
7 III YEAR – (50 Students) 03-09-2014
to
05-09-2014
Wonderla Substation Mysore Mr T.Rajesh
AP/EEE,
Mr D.Velmurugan
AP/EEE,
Ms R.Kiruthika
AP/EEE
8 IV YEAR – (45 Students) 15-09-2015
to
18-09-2015
Karnataka Electricity Board Bengaluru Ms R.Vidhya
AP/EEE,
Mr S.Siva
AP/EEE,
Mr S.Dhamodharan
AP/EEE

Students Achievements

S.NoStudent NameClassDateParticipation/PrizeName of the Organization
1 V. Jeejesh Kumar III Year B.E-EEE 21-02-2016 I Rank Indian Engineering Olympiad Association.
2 Arun K R
Karthika R M
Naveen T
Parthasarathy S
SriLakshmi S
Vikashini K M
IV Year B.E-EEE 03-03-2015
to
05-03-2015
II Prize RoboSpecies Technologies Pvt. Ltd., Noida.
S.NoStudent NameClassDateParticipation/PrizeName of the Organization
1 Ashok S
Amit Krishna S
IV YEAR 16.02.2016 I Prize- Gaming PSG College of Arts and Science
2 Ashok S
Praveen S
Rajeshwaran G
Vignesh M
Rajkumar S
Amit Krishna S
IV YEAR 16.02.2016 II Prize- Techno Mime PSG College of Arts and Science
3 Karthika K
Karthika R M
IV YEAR 11-03-2016 I Prize- Paper Presentation Karpagam Academy of Higher Education
4 Hariprakash.P III YEAR 17/02/2014 II Place - Project Presentation Coimbatore Institiute Of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore.
5 Abinath.T.R
Devprasanth.M
III YEAR 14/02/2014 I Prize- Poster Presentation Maharaja Institute of Technlogy,Coimbatore
6 Naveen kumar.A
Sathish.P
III YEAR 04/02/2014 II Price - Chess Tournament Kalaivani College of Technology,Coimbatore

Event List

S.NoEvent DateProgrammee NameGuest NameDescriptionPhotosPhotos
Academic Year: 2015-2016
1 07-07-2015 “Opening the GATE” – An introduction session about GATE Exams for III Year Students Mr.A.Saravanakumaran,
Managing Director,
GATE Forum-Coimbatore Branch,
Coimbatore.
Students got aware about GATE exam which is vital for all the engineering students to continue their higher studies and to get placed in government sectors.  
2 20-07-2015 “Substation Design and Protection” for II, III and IV Year Students Mr.S.Vinothkumar,
Substation Design Engineer,
Altran Technologies India Pvt. Ltd.,
Bangalore.

This session introduces aspects of the fundamentals and considerations of substation design, configuration and design of busbar and safety requirement.

This session describes the functions of various substation main equipments, substation auxliary included protection design against internal and external fault.

 
3 27-07-2015 “Embedded Systems for Electrical Engineers” for IV Year Students Mr.Ramesh,
Beta Technologies India Pvt Ltd,
Coimbatore.

To introduce students to the modern embedded systems and to show how to understand and program such systems using a concrete platform built around

A modern embedded processor like the Intel ATOM.

 
4 31-07-2015 “Electrical CAD for Electrical Engineers” for IV Year Students Mr.R.Santhosh Kumar,
General Manager,
CADD Centre,
Coimbatore.
This CAD course allows delegates to develop a comprehensive understanding of the many cutting edge electrical drawing creation tools in AutoCAD Electrical.  
5 08-08-2015 “Current Scenario in Switchgear Industry – Student Perspective” for III and IV Year Students Mr.P.Sridhar,
Assistant Manager-Design,
Switchgear Design and Development Centre,
Larsen and Toubro Limited,
Mumbai.

This session develops a basic understanding of protective and switchgear measures for the utilization end of the electrical power system.

It includes special areas of study pertinent to the design, selection and erection of switchgear assemblies.

 

6 03-09-2015 Nation Level Symposium ARYAAN ’15 /ELEC3FIERZ - 2015 Prof. D. Jayaseelan,
External Faculty, Petroleum Conservation Research Association,
Ministry of Petroleum and Natural Gas,
Coimbatore.
For the benefit of students to Exchange Technical information among them
7 01-03-2016 One day Workshop on “PLC based Industrial Automation” Mr. Ajith Surendran & Team,
Branch Manager IPCS Automation,
Coimbatore
The main objective of this session is to equip students with knowledge and skills that enable then to work effectively in the modern industrial environments as a technicians, technologists, or engineers.
8 05-03-2016 One day Workshop on “Hands-on Training on Microstation for Electrical Engineers” Mr. S. Vinothkumar,
Substation Design Engineer,
Altran Technologies India Pvt. Ltd.,
Bangalore.
Students gained knowledge about the best design, construction, and operational features of Microstation software for substation design    
Academic Year: 2014-2015
1 05.07.2014 Guest Lecture on Industrial Automation Mr. A. Rajesh Kumar,
Automation Trainer,
Oxide Technologies,
Coimbatore
The main objective of this session is to equip students with knowledge and skills that enable then to work effectively in the modern industrial environments as a technicians, technologists, or engineers.    
2 09.07.2014 Guest Lecture on Automation Exposure for students Mr. Sangram Deshmuk,
Director,
Educate To Automate (ETA),
Pune.
The main objective of this session is to equip students with knowledge and skills that enable then to work effectively in the modern industrial environments as a technicians, technologists, or engineers.    
3 17.07.2014 Guest Lecture on Cyber Physical Systems Mr. M.Rakesh Kumar,
Senior Application Engineer,
VI Solutions,
Bangalore

Cyber-Physical Systems (CPS) are integrations of computation, networking, and physical processes.

Embedded computers and networks monitor and control the physical processes, with feedback loops where physical processes affect computations and vice versa.

 

   
4 19.02.2015 Technical Interaction with Expert Member in association with IIPC of IIE. Technical Interaction with Expert Member in association with IIPC of IIE. Students interacted with the industry person regarding how they should get prepared for facing interview.    

Department Library

The library of Electrical and Electronics Engineering department contains approximately 600 books and nearly 15 journals and magazines. The available books are strong on all aspects of Electronic Devices and Circuits, Analog and digital Integrated Circuits, Electrical Machines, Measurements and Instrumentation, Microprocessors and Microcontrollers, Electrical Machine Design, Power Systems, Transmission and Distribution and so on. A sufficient range of videos, DVDs, CD-ROMs and electronic resources is also available.

Meet Our Alumni

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1 ARAVINDHAN K INFOSYS Programmer Analyst  
2 ARAVINDHAN M Cognizant Technology Solutions Pvt Limited Programmer Analyst  
3 GOWTHAM R Robert Bosch Engineering and business solutions Hardware Integrator  
4 SATHISH KUMAR S Canon India private limited Sales Engineer  
5 DIVYAPRABHA T Spalash Script Software Engineer  
6 SARAVANAN G Power System Design and Commissioning system Relay and protection Engineer  
7 RIDU RAVINDRAN Cognizant Technology Solutions Pvt Limited Programmer Analyst  
8 SAKTHI VIGNESH R TCS Developer  
9 R.V.VISHNU Schneider Electric Purchase Engineer  
10 R.AARTHI Cygnus software. Associate Software engineer  
11 D.BALADHANDABANY Tech mahindra Associate Software engineer  
12 N.NANDHA Digital nirvana, CSS Corp Software Engineer  
13 NAVANEETHAN Deccan pumps Graduate Engineer Trainee  
14 C.R.SANDHYA DEVASENA Tech mahindra Associate Software engineer  
15 P.SHANMUGAPRIYA Infosys Associate Software engineer  
16 J.SRISAIKAVIYA Cognizant Associate Software engineer  
17 C.TAMILSELVI Digital nirvana Associate Software engineer  
18 P.GOMATHI Cognizant Associate Software engineer  
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1 C.K.SHANKAR VSB engineering college Assistant Professor  

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