Electrical Engineering




ABOUT ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

The Department of Electrical Engineering is a blend of teaching and research activities pertaining to both Electronics and Electrical Engineering. At present the Department offers B.E., Diploma and PhD degrees. The diversity is reflected in the breadth of theoretical and laboratory courses that are on offer and the research activities of the faculty members. The Department firmly believes in imparting a strong hands-on flavour to the courses that a student takes, and therefore places emphasis on the laboratory component, internships and projects.


The Department has a healthy mixture of young and experienced faculty members, all of whom display high levels of enthusiasm and dedication. Apart from teaching and research, the faculties are actively involved in organizing technical workshops, camps and visits at the Institute to create an environment conducive to experiential learning.


The Department with its strong pool of faculty, well-developed laboratories, latest software and hardware facilities, contributes to develop life-long learning skills to its Diploma graduate and PhD students, while producing worthy researchers by offering doctoral research programme.


Mission
  •  To ensure that every student is aware of their responsibilities of an engineer in society through exposure to ethics, equity, public and worker safety with also health consideration, together with the concept of sustainable development.
  •  To provide knowledge base and consultancy services to the rural & tribal community around us of their uplift and well being.

Vision
  •  To evolve as a centre of excellence, to train and develop student knowledge in contemporary technologies.
  •  To make the electrical engineers to meet the technological challenges for the well being of this nation.
  •  To develop them as a skilful engineers with human values and professional ethics.

Program Educational Objectives(PEO's)

The five broad EE Program Educational Goals (Objectives) are: -

  1.  Have the laboratory skills and the ability to use modern analysis and design techniques and state-of-the-art equipment to solve practical engineering problems.
  2.  Have the professional skills to function effectively in the work environment as well as in the community.
  3.  Have a solid understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
  4.  Have a broad education in order to understand contemporary issues and the impacts of technology on society and the environment.
  5.  Have the ability to engage in life-long learning and recognize its importance.


FACULTIES WITH THEIR EXPERIENCE & SPECIALIZATION
S.No Name Specialization Year of Experience Designation Photos
1 Mrs. Durga Sharma
9302439223
drgshrm@gmail.com
B.E.(EE), M.TECH (Instrumentation & control) 11 Years Assistant Professor
2 Mr. Raghvendra Singh
7804034524
raghvendra2023@gmail.com
B.E.(EE), M.TECH (Power System Engg) 10 Years Assistant Professor
3 Mr. Amit Agrawal
7000342701
amitagrawal_bit@rediffmail.com
B.E.(EE), M.TECH (Power System Engg) 10 Years Assistant Professor
4 Mrs Anjali Karsh B.E.(EEE), M.TECH (Power System Engg) 8 Years Assistant Professor
5 Mr. Vishwanath Prasad Kurmi
9669123344
v.pkurmi@rediffmail.com
B.E.(EEE), M.TECH (Power System Engg) 8 Years Assistant Professor
6 Mrs. Pragya Patel
9584897155
pragya.patel.1000@gmail.com
B.E.(EE), M.TECH (Power System Engg.) 6 Years Assistant Professor
7 Mr. Ritwik Tripathi
8959405225
ritwik.er@gmail.com
B.E.(ECE), M.TECH () 5 Years Assistant Professor
8 Mr. Rahul Yadav
9131245472
mintudav9555@gmail.com
B.E.(EE), M.TECH (Power System Engg.) 5 Years Assistant Professor
9 Miss Anjali Sharma
9340306252
anjalisharma240196@gmail.com
B.E.(EEE) 2 Years Assistant Professor

PROGRAMMES OFFERED BY ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
Diploma Programme(Electrical Engineering)
Year Of Establishment : 2014
Duration : 3 Years
Eligibility Criteria : 50% marks in 10+2 or equivalent in science (maths) stream from recognized board
Total Intake : 60
Program Outcome
  1. PO1.The ability to apply science, engineering science, and mathematics to solve engineering problems.
  2. PO2.The ability to put their engineering and design skills into practice.
  3. PO3.The ability to use industrial-quality laboratory equipment and engineering software for analysis, testing, design, and communication.
  4. PO4.The ability to design systems, components, and processes that satisfy predetermined constraints.
  5. PO5.The ability to put engineering problems, put them in solvable form, and develops and evaluates alternative solutions.
  6. PO6.The ability to communicate their ideas and designs clearly orally, in written form, and graphically.
  7. PO7.The ability to work as members of a team.
  8. PO8.Had the opportunity to develop leadership skills
  9. PO9.Understand ethical principles and their role in the engineering profession.
  10. PO10.Have sufficient knowledge of the humanities and social sciences to understand contemporary issues concerning the interaction between technology and society.
  11. PO11.Understand that the products they develop and the methods used to manufacture them can affect the environment.
  12. PO12.Realize that the practice of electrical engineering is constantly evolving and that engineers must have the ability to acquire new knowledge and skills on their own.
  13. PO13.Have the ability to earn graduate degrees or pursue other continuing education opportunities.

Program Specific Outcome
  1. PSO1.Engineering Knowledge:Apply the knowledge of Mathematics, Science, Engineering fundamentals, and Mechanical Engineering to the solution of complex engineering problems.

  2. PSO2.Problem analysis:Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex Engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and Engineering sciences.

  3. PSO3.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.

  4. PSO4.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 multi-disciplinary environments.

  5. PSO5.Individual and team work:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

  6. PSO6.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.

  7. PSO7.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.

  8. PSO8.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.

  9. PSO9.Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional Engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and the need for sustainable developments.

  10. PSO10.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.

Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical Engineering)
Year Of Establishment : 2013
Duration : 4 Years
Eligibility Criteria : 50% marks in 10+2 or equivalent in science (maths) stream from recognized board
Total Intake : 60
Program Outcome
  1. PO1.The ability to apply science, engineering science, and mathematics to solve engineering problems.
  2. PO2.The ability to put their engineering and design skills into practice.
  3. PO3.The ability to use industrial-quality laboratory equipment and engineering software for analysis, testing, design, and communication.
  4. PO4.The ability to design systems, components, and processes that satisfy predetermined constraints.
  5. PO5.The ability to put engineering problems, put them in solvable form, and develops and evaluates alternative solutions.
  6. PO6.The ability to communicate their ideas and designs clearly orally, in written form, and graphically.
  7. PO7.The ability to work as members of a team.
  8. PO8.Had the opportunity to develop leadership skills
  9. PO9.Understand ethical principles and their role in the engineering profession.
  10. PO10.Have sufficient knowledge of the humanities and social sciences to understand contemporary issues concerning the interaction between technology and society.
  11. PO11.Understand that the products they develop and the methods used to manufacture them can affect the environment.
  12. PO12.Realize that the practice of electrical engineering is constantly evolving and that engineers must have the ability to acquire new knowledge and skills on their own.
  13. PO13.Have the ability to earn graduate degrees or pursue other continuing education opportunities.

Program Specific Outcome
  1. PSO1.Engineering Knowledge:Apply the knowledge of Mathematics, Science, Engineering fundamentals, and Mechanical Engineering to the solution of complex engineering problems.

  2. PSO2.Problem analysis:Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex Engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and Engineering sciences.

  3. PSO3.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.

  4. PSO4.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 multi-disciplinary environments.

  5. PSO5.Individual and team work:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

  6. PSO6.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.

  7. PSO7.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.

  8. PSO8.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.

  9. PSO9.Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional Engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and the need for sustainable developments.

  10. PSO10.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.

Bachelor of Engineering (Electrical & Electronics Engineering)
Year Of Establishment : 2007
Duration : 4 Years
Eligibility Criteria : 50% marks in 10+2 or equivalent in science (maths) stream from recognized board
Total Intake : 60
Program Outcome
  1. PO1.The ability to apply science, engineering science, and mathematics to solve engineering problems.
  2. PO2.The ability to put their engineering and design skills into practice.
  3. PO3.The ability to use industrial-quality laboratory equipment and engineering software for analysis, testing, design, and communication.
  4. PO4.The ability to design systems, components, and processes that satisfy predetermined constraints.
  5. PO5.The ability to put engineering problems, put them in solvable form, and develops and evaluates alternative solutions.
  6. PO6.The ability to communicate their ideas and designs clearly orally, in written form, and graphically.
  7. PO7.The ability to work as members of a team.
  8. PO8.Had the opportunity to develop leadership skills
  9. PO9.Understand ethical principles and their role in the engineering profession.
  10. PO10.Have sufficient knowledge of the humanities and social sciences to understand contemporary issues concerning the interaction between technology and society.
  11. PO11.Understand that the products they develop and the methods used to manufacture them can affect the environment.
  12. PO12.Realize that the practice of electrical engineering is constantly evolving and that engineers must have the ability to acquire new knowledge and skills on their own.
  13. PO13.Have the ability to earn graduate degrees or pursue other continuing education opportunities.

Program Specific Outcome
  1. PSO1.Engineering Knowledge:Apply the knowledge of Mathematics, Science, Engineering fundamentals, and Mechanical Engineering to the solution of complex engineering problems.

  2. PSO2.Problem analysis:Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex Engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and Engineering sciences.

  3. PSO3.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.

  4. PSO4.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 multi-disciplinary environments.

  5. PSO5.Individual and team work:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

  6. PSO6.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.

  7. PSO7.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.

  8. PSO8.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.

  9. PSO9.Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional Engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and the need for sustainable developments.

  10. PSO10.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.

Master of Technology (Power System)
Year Of Establishment : 2011
Duration : 2 Years
Eligibility Criteria : BE/ B.TECH in respective discipline with 50% marks and GATE appeared.
Total Intake : 24
Program Outcome
  1. PO1.The ability to apply science, engineering science, and mathematics to solve engineering problems.
  2. PO2.The ability to put their engineering and design skills into practice.
  3. PO3.The ability to use industrial-quality laboratory equipment and engineering software for analysis, testing, design, and communication.
  4. PO4.The ability to design systems, components, and processes that satisfy predetermined constraints.
  5. PO5.The ability to put engineering problems, put them in solvable form, and develops and evaluates alternative solutions.
  6. PO6.The ability to communicate their ideas and designs clearly orally, in written form, and graphically.
  7. PO7.The ability to work as members of a team.
  8. PO8.Had the opportunity to develop leadership skills
  9. PO9.Understand ethical principles and their role in the engineering profession.
  10. PO10.Have sufficient knowledge of the humanities and social sciences to understand contemporary issues concerning the interaction between technology and society.
  11. PO11.Understand that the products they develop and the methods used to manufacture them can affect the environment.
  12. PO12.Realize that the practice of electrical engineering is constantly evolving and that engineers must have the ability to acquire new knowledge and skills on their own.
  13. PO13.Have the ability to earn graduate degrees or pursue other continuing education opportunities.

Program Specific Outcome
  1. PSO1.Engineering Knowledge:Apply the knowledge of Mathematics, Science, Engineering fundamentals, and Mechanical Engineering to the solution of complex engineering problems.

  2. PSO2.Problem analysis:Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex Engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and Engineering sciences.

  3. PSO3.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.

  4. PSO4.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 multi-disciplinary environments.

  5. PSO5.Individual and team work:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

  6. PSO6.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.

  7. PSO7.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.

  8. PSO8.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.

  9. PSO9.Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional Engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and the need for sustainable developments.

  10. PSO10.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.


LIBRARY & LABORATORIES (FACILITIES & DESCRIPTIONS)

Laboratories

Basic Electrical Lab

Basic Electrical Laboratory is used with the institute core course “Introduction to Electrical Engineering”. This lab equipped setup benches to carry out numerous fundamental experiments in Electrical Engineering. The experiments are designed to expose students to the practical executions of the fundamental theories of Electrical Engineering.
Various practical’s related to Theorem, V-I Characteristics, B-H Curve, Power Measurement, efficiency, regulation, Open Circuit and short circuit test, DC motor, Induction motor are performed by the students for better understanding about the Subjects.

High Voltage Lab

High voltage Laboratory is used for the purpose of insulation testing of different equipment used for electrical power system. High voltage test facility up to 110kV is available in the Laboratory.
Various practical’s like testing of Transformer Oil, Cable Testing, Fog Chamber facility, Rod Gap arrangement, Sphere gap arrangement; Control panel facilities are available in this laboratory.

Electrical Measurement & Measuring Instrument Lab

The Electrical Measurement has the objective to familiarize the student with the operation of basic laboratory instrumentation such as Energy meter, multi meter, frequency counter, voltmeter, Ammeter etc. Another goal is to re-enforce theoretical knowledge with practice and analytical, and also to learn correct laboratory procedures and techniques. This is accomplished by building, testing, and taking measurements on simple circuits. In the execution of the experiment, highest benefit is gained by students if they can distinguish between performing the experiment by following step-by-step instructions, and actually understanding the reasons and the methodology behind the various parts.

Power System Simulation Lab

(Software Used – Mi-Power): power system simulation driven by a robust power system analysis toolbox (Mi-power) covering various aspects of power system studies from steady state analysis to stability and security assessment, including reliability and protection
The toolbox caters to the needs of power system planners and operations engineers. Windows based platform makes it highly interactive and user-friendly. Professionally designed GUI and centralized databases add to the efficacy of the software tool.
POWERSCS module is designed to perform the short circuit study for the given system. The short circuit information is used to select fuses, breakers and switchgear ratings in addition to setting protective relays. The short circuit program computes the steady state fault current for the impedance considered.

Electrical Machine & Drives Lab

Electrical Machine Laboratory is used with the institute core course “Introduction to Electrical Engineering”. This lab equipped setup benches to carry out numerous fundamental experiments in Electrical Engineering. The experiments are designed to expose students to the practical executions of the fundamental theories of Electrical Engineering. Electrical Drives and its controlling device are available in the laboratorty Various practical’s related to Open Circuit and short circuit test, DC motor, Induction motor, synchronous motor,3 point starter, 4 point starter, parallel operation of transformer, microcontroller based relay test are performed by the students for better understanding about the Subjects.

Power Electronics Lab

Power Electronics Laboratory is designed to expose students to the practical executions of the fundamental theories of Power Electronics Engineering. Various practical’s related to UJT firing circuit , single-phase half-wave controller rectifier using UJT , single-phase full-wave controller rectifier- using UJT ,Study of single-phase half-wave bridge controlled rectifier , single-phase full-wave bridge controlled rectifier ,three-phase half-wave controlled rectifier ,three-phase full-wave controlled rectifier ,DC Chopper power circuit ,Series inverter circuit ,parallel inverter circuit ,single phase, Speed control of three-phase induction motor etc. Various practical are performed by the students for better understanding about the concepts.

Automatic Control System Lab

Automatic Control System Laboratory is designed to expose students to the practical executions of the fundamental theories of Automatic Control System Engineering. Various practical’s related to Gain of an Open Loop and Closed Loop System ,Transfer function of a DC Servomotor ,time response of a second order system ,Transfer Function of an AC Servomotor , ,Displacement Measurement using LVDT ,P, PI controller on second order system ,PID controller on second order system ,Operation and Characteristic of a Stepper Motor ,Lag Compensator and Lead Compensator etc.

Power System Protection Lab

Power system protection & switch gear Laboratory comprises of protection and machine related experiments. Facilities are available for overcurrent, undervoltege, directional, differential and distance relays including different numerical relays.


RESEARCH
S.No. NAME TITLE NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE/JOURNAL YEAR
1 Mrs. Durga Sharma A Simulation of a STATCOM Control for Grid Connected Wind Energy System for Power Quality Improvement INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2014
2 Automatic Power Factor Correction Using Capacitive Bank INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2014
3 Summarization of Loss Minimization Using FACTS in Deregulated Power System INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2014
4 21st Century Modern Technology of Reliable Billing System by Using Smart Card Based Energy Meter INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2014
5 Wireless Power Transfer Due to Strongly Coupled Magnetic Resonance INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2014
6 Power System Harmonics Analysis Due to Single Phase Welding Machine using Radial Basisfunction of neiral network INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2014
7 Load DistributionLogic using fuzzy INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2014
8 Review and utility of FACTS Controller for Traction System INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2014
9 The study of design amd development of load blancing using fuzzy logic tool of MATLAB :A review INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2014
10 A Typical PLC Application in Automation INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2014
11 Reactive Compensation Capability of Fixed Capacitor Thyristor Controlled Reactor For Load Power Factor Improvement :A review INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
12 Rotor Side Fault Diagnosis For Induction Motor Using Fuzzy Based Controlled Identifier INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
13 Impact Of Voltage Variation on Electrical and Electronic Loads and their Power Consumption INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
14 Design of a multi-pulse converter for field oriented control of induction motor for harmonic reduction
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
15 Current Control Technique for Three Phase Shunt Active Power Filter by Using Adaptive Hysteresis Current Controller INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
16 Design and simulation of an efficient Neural network based speed controller for vector controlled induction motor drive INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
17 Multi level inverter Topologies or Photovoltaic Grid Connections: A Review INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
18 Modling and simulation of rotor side fault diagnisis if induction motor by using fuzzy based controller identifier INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
19 Simulation of a cascaded h bridge multi level inverter for photovoltaic application INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
20 Power System Harmonics Identification using Harmonic analyzer based on FFT Methods INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
21 A Novel current control technique for three phase shunt active power filter INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
22 Simulation of transformer for fault discrimination using wavelet transform & neural network INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
23 A study on Simulink model of Sensorless speed control of induction motor INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
24 Analysis The Behaviour of Various Electrical Loads with Variable Voltage and Variable Frequency INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2016
25 Transformer-less UPFC wind Turbine applications INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
26 Analysis of HVDC Power Transmission Line with Unique Power Control Room INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
27 Design of Large Scale Decentralized Low-Order Robust Control System Stabilizer to Mitigate the Damping of the System INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
28 Minimization of Total Harmonic Distortion for Long Transmission Lines using PI Controller INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2016
29 Designing of Solar Power Supply System for Different HP Motors in Irrigation System for Rural Area of Chhattisgarh INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
30 Minimization of Total Harmonic Distortion for Long Transmission Lines using Artificial Neural Network INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
31 A Swift & Novel Method for Sensorless Speed Control of Induction Motor Application of Wind Energy INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
32 An Improved technique for harmonic reduction with PI controller
using shunt active power filer
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
33 A Survey of Monitoring and Controlling Power Theft Problem in Local Area INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
34 Electricity Theft in India: Its Measure and Solution INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
35 Performance Analysis of PV solar Power System INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
36 Harmonic Analysis of Power Electronic Transformer INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
37 Performance Analysis of Self Excited Induction Generator Using MATLAB INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
38 Algorithms for Synchrophasor-Enabld Digital Relay in Differential Protection Schemes INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE 2018
39 Performance Analysis of PV solar Power System INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
40 Enhancement of Speed of the Electrical Vehicle using Power Electronic Transformer INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
41 A Review on Hybrid Distributed Generation System To Improve Power Quality INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2019
42 A Hybrid Distributed Generation System to improve Power Quality Using Artificial Neural Network INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2019
43 Mr. Raghavendra Singh Three Phase Load balancing and Harmonic Reduction using Distribution Static Compensator INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
44 Study of Load Compensation with DSTATCOM INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
45 A review paper to study performance analysis of IUPFC using MATLAB simulatiom INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
46 To study performance Analysis of IUPFC using Matlab simulink model INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
47 Mrs. Pragya Patel OBJECTIVE BASED INTEGRATED RESOURCE PLANNING: A CASE STUDY OF INDIA INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2013
48 Analysis Of Generated Harmonics Due To Cfl Load On Power System Using Artificial Neural Network INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2014
49 A Review on Power Quality Improvement Issues, problems & their Effects with suitable corrective methods INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2014
50 Evaluating power factor and Thd of power supply using various correction circuits and filters. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2014
51 Implementation of 13-Level Inverter For Isolated Source using Neural Network INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2016
52 DVR Implementation for Compensation of Sag/Swell using Fuzzy Logic Controller INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2016
53 Generation of 13-level inverter INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2016
54 Prediction of Distribution Transformer Premature failures INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
55 Prevention of distribution transformer permature failures INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
56 A review paper to study performance analysis of IUPFC using MATLAB simulatiom INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
57 To study performance Analysis of IUPFC using Matlab simulink model INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
58 Mr. Rahul Yadav Analysis and study of Harmonics Reduction by using Passive Harmonic filter INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
59 A Review paper on solor Powered Battery Charger using Buck-Boost Converter INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2019
60 A Performance of solor Powered Battery Charger using Buck-Boost Converter INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2019
61 Mrs. Anjali Karsh Objective Based Integrated Resource Planning: A Case Study Of India INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2013
62 Analysis of Generated Harmonics Due to CFL Load on Power System Using Artificial neural Network, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2014
63 An Innovative Technique for Harmonic Mitigation in Power System: A Technological Review, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2014
64 Determination of True Harmonic Current Contribution of Customer using Artificial Neural Network in Power System, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2014
65 Performance Evaluation of DFIG Equipped Wind Turbine System Power Stabilization for Air Speed Fluctuations Using PI Controller, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
66 Detection of Power Quality Disturbances using Wavelet Transform, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
67 Design of PV Cell power system for Rural Areas (5 village) of C. G. India. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2016
68 Minimization of Harmonics Using FLC, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2016
69 Solar power supply for tribal Zone at zero billing INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
70 Analysis of High Mast Street Light in Rural Area INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
71 Protection, Utilization and Analysis of High Mast Street Light in Rural Area INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
72 Review of Neuro Fuzzy Controller for speed control of a separately excited D.C. motor INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
73 Performance Analysis of Self Excited Induction Generator Using MATLAB INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
74 MR. VISHWANATH PRASAD KURMI Objective Based Integrated Resource Planning: A Case Study Of India INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2013
75 Impact Of Voltage Variation On Elwctrical & Electronics Load And Their Power Consumption INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
76 Reliability Study Of Small Generation – Micro Hydro Power INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
77 Analysis The Behaviour Of Various Electrical Loads With Variable Voltage And Variable Frequency INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2016
78 Stability enhancement of power system using fuzzy logic based power system stabilizer INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
79 A review : Stability enhancement of power system using fuzzy controller PSS INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
80 Harmonic Analysis of Power Electronic Transformer INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
81 A review : Performance of PV system to get maximum energy under different enviroment conditions INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
82 enhancement of speed of the electrical vechile using power electronic transformer INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
83 Performance of PV system to get maximum energy under different enviroment conditions INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
84 A review paper on phptovoltaic array connected micro grid system INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
85 A Review on Hybrid Distributed Generation System To Improve Power Quality INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2019
86 A Hybrid Distributed Generation System to improve Power Quality Using Artificial Neural Network INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2019
87 A Review paper on solor Powered Battery Charger using Buck-Boost Converter INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2019
88 A Performance of solor Powered Battery Charger using Buck-Boost Converter INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2019
89 MR. RITWIK TRIPATHI A STUDY ON NOISE ESTIMATION IN WIMAX SYSTEM BY SIMULINK MODEL: A LITERATURE REVIEW INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
90 A Comparative Analysis of Channel Estimation in Different Environment on Wi-Max System INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
91 A Review Paper on "Performance of PV system to get maximum energy under different enviroment conditions" INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
92 Performance of PV system to get maximum energy under different enviroment conditions INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
93 Mr. Amit Agrawal Reliability Study Of Small Generation – Micro Hydro Power INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
94 Power Supply Optimization Using Series–Shunt Flexible AC Transmission System (UPFC): A Review INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
95 Power Conditioning and Quality Using Superconducting Magnetic Energy System INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
96 GPS & GSM based human health care monitoring system using Microcontroller INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
97 Study of DC Motor Position Control using Root Locus and PID Controller in MATLAB INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
98 Study Of Wind Energy Conversion System Connected To Grid Using Doubly Fed Induction Generator INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
99 Voltage Profile Improvement with Thyristor Controlled Series Capacitor INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
100 Power Flow Problem Reduced Using Unified Power Flow Controller INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
101 Design and Simulation of Wind Energy Conversion System Synchronized with Electrical Grid Using DFIG INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2015
102 Designing Parameters and Study of 8 KW Solar PV Grid Connected System
(A Case Study)
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2016
103 An Improved UPQC Controller to Provide Grid Voltage Regulation INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2016
104 STUDY OF MAXIMUM POWER POINT TRACKING(MPPT) IN SOLAR PV ARRAY
SYSTEM
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2016
105 Modeling of Breakdown Voltage of Solid Insulating Materials by ANN INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2016
106 Breakdown Voltage of Solid Insulating Materials with Atmospheric Correction factor INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2016
107 Graphical and Mathematical Designing Analysis of 8 Kilo-Watt
Solar Photo-Voltaic System
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2016
108 Intelligent Transmission Line Fault Diagnoiser:A Technological Review INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
109 Intelligent Transmission Line Fault Diagnoiser INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
110 A Review ON PV Wind Based Hybrid Power System with MPPT Controllers INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
111 Simulink of Hybrid Low-Power Wind Generation and PV Grid connected system using MATLAB INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
112 An Improved technique for harmonic reduction with PI controller
using shunt active power filer
INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2017
113 Performance Analysis of PV solar Power System INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
114 A Review paper to Study Performance Improvement of Solar Water Pumping System INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
115 Performance Analysis of PV solar Power System INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
116 To study performance Improvement of Solar Water Pumping System INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2018
117 Effect of capacitor Bank on Harmonics in Grid Connected PV system INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2019
118 Impact of single Tuned on grid connected PV system INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL 2019

ACHIEVEMENTS (FACULTIES/DEPARTMENTS)

EVENTS

CONFERENCE

S.No. Name Topic Date Place
1 MRS. DURGA SHARMA Summarization of Loss Minimization Using FACTS in Deregulated Power System 7-8 March 2014 Parthivi college of Engineering & management Bhilai (C.G.).
2 21st Century Modern Technology of Reliable Billing System by Using Smart Card Based Energy Meter 7-8 March 2014 Parthivi college of Engineering & management Bhilai (C.G.).
3 Wireless Power Transfer Due to Strongly Coupled Magnetic Resonance 7-8 March 2014 Parthivi college of Engineering & management Bhilai (C.G.).
4 Algorithms for Synchrophasor-Enabld Digital Relay in Differential Protection Schemes 26-27th may 2017 IMPLab Research and Innovation Foundation, Bhopal, India
5 Water.energy and environmet for sustainable development goals 25th -26th September 2018 Institute of science & Technology,Dr. C.V. Raman University
6 Nation confererence on"Enriching Quality in Higher Education Paradigm" 5-7 Aug 2019 Auropath,Rishikesh
7 Mr. Amit Agrawal ADVANCES IN STEEL,POWER AND CONSTRUCTION TECHNOLOGY 17-19 th mARCH 2016 OP JINDAL UNIVERSITY
8 Water.energy and environmet for sustainable development goals 25th -26th September 2018 Institute of science & Technology,Dr. C.V. Raman University
9 ELECTRONIC ,COMMUNICATIONS AND COMPUTERS 13th -14th Feb 2009 IETE Navi Mumbai
10 MODERN TRENDS IN ELECTRICAL AND ELCTRONICS ENGINEERING 6 -8 Feb 2009 CSIT DURG
11 In 3rd IEEE International Conference for Convergence in Technology 2018 6-8 April 2018 Pune
12 6th International Conference on Electrical Electronics Communication Robotics and Instrumentation Engineering 31st May 2015 Raipur

SEMINAR

S.No. NAME TOPIC DATE PLACE
1 MRS. DURGA SHARMA Modern Trend in Electrical and Electronics System 27-Mar-15 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
2 Indian Association of physics Teachers (National Seminar) 22nd July 2017 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
3 Classroom Teaching 22nd July 2017 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
4 Mr. Raghavendra Singh Modern Trend in Electrical and Electronics System 27-Mar-15 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
5 Classroom Teaching 22nd July 2017 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
6 MR. VISHWANATH PRASAD KURMI Modern Trend in Electrical and Electronics System 27-Mar-15 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
7 Indian Association of physics Teachers (National Seminar) 22nd July 2017 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
8 Mr.Ritwik Tripathi Modern Trend in Electrical and Electronics System 27-Mar-15 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
9 Indian Association of physics Teachers (National Seminar) 22nd July 2017 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
10 MR. AMIT AGRAWAL Modern Trend in Electrical and Electronics System 27-Mar-15 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
11 Classroom Teaching 22nd July 2017 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
12 Mrs. Pragya Patel Modern Trend in Electrical and Electronics System 27-Mar-15 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)

WORKSHOP

S.No. Name Topic Date Place
1 MRS. DURGA SHARMA Trends of instrumentation & control sysetm towards enyronmental challenges 5th-6th october 2007 Bhilai institute of Technology Bhilai (C.G.)
2 Control Systems 2nd -12th December 2014 Bhilai institute of Technology Bhilai (C.G.)
3 National Program on Technology Enhanced Learning 1st August 2014 NPTEL, IIT Bombay at DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
4 MATLAB 5-6th May 2014 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
5 Inculcation Of Scientific Temperament through Teaching Learning Process 28-Nov-15 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
6 SAKHAM-TEACHING TECHNOGOLY TRAINING 29th -30th Dec. 2017 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
7 Applications of MATLAB tools and coding for Mechanical Engineering 01-02 February 2019 Bhilai institute of Technology Bhilai (C.G.)
8 Mr. Raghavendra Singh Entrepreneurship Development Program 7-8 May 2015 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
9 MATLAB 5-6th May 2014 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
10 Mrs.pragya patel National Program on Technology Enhanced Learning 1st August 2014 NPTEL, IIT Bombay at DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
11 ROBOTRYST 21- 22 September 2013 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
12 MiPower (Power System Analysis & Simulation Software) 28-29 April 2014 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
13 Industrial automation 22-29 Sep 2014 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
14 MATLAB 5-6th May 2014 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
15 Entrepreneurship Development Program 7-8 May 2015 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
16 MRS. ANJALI KARSH National Program on Technology Enhanced Learning 1st August 2014 NPTEL, IIT Bombay at DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
17 MATLAB 5-6th May 2014 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
18 MR. VISHWANATH PRASAD KURMI National Program on Technology Enhanced Learning 1st August 2014 NPTEL, IIT Bombay at DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
19 MATLAB 5-6th May 2014 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
20 Mr.Ritwik Tripathi MATLAB 5th - 6th may 2014 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
21 Mr. Amit Agrawal Control Systems 2nd -12th December 2014 Bhilai institute of Technology Bhilai (C.G.)
22 MATLAB 5-6th May 2014 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
23 SAKHAM-TEACHING TECHNOGOLY TRAINING 29th -30th Dec. 2017 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
24 Applications of MATLAB tools and coding for Mechanical Engineering 01-02 February 2019 Bhilai institute of Technology Bhilai (C.G.)
25 SAKHAM-TEACHING TECHNOGOLY TRAINING 29th -30th Dec. 2017 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
26 INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION 22nd -29 th Sep 2014 DR. C V Raman University, Kota (C.G.)
27 RECENT DEVELOPMENT IN RENEWABLE ENERGY TECHNOLOGY 30th NOV TO 05th DEC 2015 OPJU Raigarh
28 High Impact Performance Leadership for Achieving Excellence" 18th to 2oth Feb 2018 Kuala Lumpur,Malaysia

INDUSTRIAL VISIT

1. Industrial Visit at Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd Bharari


Session : 2018-19 |  12th April,2019 | For Semester BE(EEE,EE & ECE) 6th & 4th and Poly 4th & 6th Students

Department of Electrical Engineering with Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering & Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering organized an Industrial Visit at Power Grid Corporation of India Ltd Bharari on 12th april , 2019 especially for 6th & 4th semester students from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm.
The visit was organized with the prior permission and guidance of Honorable Pro Vice Chancellor Dr. R. P. Dubey ,Principal Dr. Manish Upadhyay and Head of Electrical Engineering Department Mrs. Durga Dubey. We Along with 40 students left for visit.


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2. Industrial Visit at Electrical Power Transmission Station, Kargi Road Kota


Session : 2018-19 |  9th April,2018| For Semester BE (EEE & EE) 6th & 4th and Poly 4th & 6th Students

Department of Electrical Engineering with Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering organized an Industrial Visit at Transmission Substation, kota on 9th april , 2018 especially for 6th semester students from 11:00 am to 3:00 pm. It is a 132 KV/33KV Substation.
The visit was organized with the prior permission and guidance of Honorable Pro Vice Chancellor Dr. R. P. Dubey ,Principal Dr. Manish Upadhyay and Head of Electrical Engineering Department Mrs. Durga Dubey.
The purpose of the Department is not only the theoretical learning inside the classrooms or just complete the syllabus but its sole objective to have practical edge. As far as the practical knowledge is concerned Industrial Interaction is very important.
We along with 39 students left for visit at 11:00 am and took about half hours. Industrial visit was carried out at CSPTCL transmission substation kargi road kota on 9th april 2018 especially for semester our 6th semester students.


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3. Industrial Visit 2015 at “Traction Substation, Belghna


 4th November,2015| 42 Students UG-VII Semester EEE Branch | No of Faculties : 05

Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Dharmendra Kumar Singh, Mr. Vishwanath Prasad Kurmi, Miss Durga Sharma, Mr. NeerajGalpandey, Mr. Rajeev Petter (TPO)


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4. Industrial Visit 2015 at "Hydro Power Plant, Bango, Korba”


 10th March,2016 | 62 Students (UG-IV & VIII Semester EEE & EE Branch) | No of Faculties : 05

Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Dharmendra Kumar Singh, Mr. Vishwanath Prasad Kurmi, Miss Pragya Patel, Mr. NeerajGalpandey, Mr. Rajeev Petter

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5. Industrial Visit 2014 at “Traction Substation”, SECR Bilaspur”


 29th November,2014 | 60 Students (UG-VII Semester EEE Branch) | No of Faculties : 05

Faculty Coordinator: Dr. Dharmendra Kumar Singh, Mr. Vishwanath Prasad Kurmi, Mr. Amit Agrawal, Mr. NeerajGalpandey, Miss Swati Bala (TPO)

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6. Industrial Visit 2014 at “Distribution Substation, Kota”


 10th May,2014 | 58 Students (UG-VI Semester EEE Branch) | No of Faculties : 05

Faculty Coordinator: Mr. VishwanathPrasad Kurmi, Miss Durga Sharma, Miss Pritha Agrawal


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ARCHIEVES (PHOTOGRAPHS)