Electrical Engineering

FROM THE HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT 

Electrical Engineering department was established in the year of 2006. Presently the department offers B. Tech in Electrical Engineering, with intake capacity of 60 students, In the year of 2014, AICTE approved Post Graduate (M.Tech) course in the specialization of Power System with intake of 18 students. The department has qualified and highly motivated faculty and SACT members with various specializations. The department is equipped with around 10 different laboratories.  The department has established a good track record in teaching and research among the regional institutes, through consistent effort of faculty & SACT members. Since inception, department is continuously contributing novel and innovative ideas in Electrical Engineering to keep pace with the latest technological developments. Electrical Engineering department of the Institute has produced so many technocrats who have been placed in various reputed R&D organizations, different eminent companies, in India and abroad. Faculty members and a total 12 number of research scholars are deeply engaged with research activities in diverse emerging areas. Moreover, departments own number of patents, sponsored projects, books, Conference  and journal publication with reputed publishers. The department also has strong collaboration with various Institutions like NIT, IIT, IIEST and Jadavpur University for joint Ph.D Program. One faculty member of the department has been declared among the world’s top 2% scientists for five consecutive years by Stanford University. Moreover, two faculty members of the department have been declared among the world’s top 2% scientists for 2023 by Stanford University. One faculty member has been awarded the Siksha Ratna Award in 2023.


VISION:

 

To become a renowned centre of Electrical Engineering Education and produce globally competitive engineers, researchers and technologists with sound knowledge of theory and industrial practices.


MISSION: 

 

1. To impart quality education in Electrical Engineering and allied subjects with a focus on excellence and innovation.

2. To produce globally competitive and motivated engineers, researchers and technologists for sustainable growth of the country.

3. To create congenial atmosphere for collaborative research and consultancy in close association with other technological institutes and industries.

 


ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING TOPICS:


Basic Electrical Engineering 

  • Electric Circuit Theory
  • Analog Electronics
  • Electromagnetic Field Theory
  • Electrical Machines
  • Electrical Machine Design
  • Digital Electronics
  • Electrical and Electronics Measurement
  • Power Systems
  • HVDC Transmission
  • Control Systems
  • Power Electronics
  • Micro processor & micro controller
  • Electric Drives
  • Industrial Electrical Systems
  • Power Generation Economics
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Embedded System
  • Utilization of Electric Power

Program Outcomes (POs) :

 

Our graduates are expected

1. To have a strong concept in fundamental engineering, mathematics, and science, which will lead to a strong foundation in electrical engineering.

2. To gain enough electrical engineering knowledge to analyze an issue in a lab or in real life. 

3. To acquire sufficient knowledge in electrical engineering to investigate a complex problem of electrical engineering which are related to other engineering fields.

4. To make a global impact of electrical systems on individuals, organizations, and society.

5. To have deep knowledge in electrical engineering to design a device and develop a solution that are faced in the field of electrical engineering in real life.

6. To aware of current techniques in the field of electrical engineering, acquire enough skills to use modern tools for implementation of projects in electrical engineering.

7. To develop leadership quality and enough tolerance to work as a member of multi- disciplinary team.

8. To aware of code of professional ethics and able to implement it in professional life.

9. To develop communication skills to interact with a multi-disciplinary team as well as general audience.

10. To aware of elements in engineering economics and finance so that they are able to analyze cost impact of a system, cost minimization etc.

11. To develop aptitude and skills for continuous up-gradation in its own and related fields.


Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) :

 

PSO 1: Our graduates are expected to excel in professional career and/or higher education by acquiring sound knowledge in basic sciences, mathematics and core subjects of electrical engineering.

PSO 2: Our graduates are expected to abide by the professional code of conduct, principles of financial management and ready to take leadership or have enough tolerance to act as humble member of a multicultural team working on a complex project in industry.

PSO 3: Our graduates are expected to exhibit professionalism, ethical attitude, and communication skills in their profession and adapt to current trends in technology by engaging in lifelong learning.
 

Program Outcomes (POs) are: Our graduates are expected 1. To have a strong concept in fundamental engineering, mathematics, and science, which will lead to a strong foundation in electrical engineering. 2. To gain enough electrical engineering knowledge to analyze an issue in a lab or in real life. 3. To acquire sufficient knowledge in electrical engineering to investigate a complex problem of electrical engineering which are related to other engineering fields. 4. To make a global impact of electrical systems on individuals, organizations, and society. 5. To have deep knowledge in electrical engineering to design a device and develop a solution that are faced in the field of electrical engineering in real life. 6. To aware of current techniques in the field of electrical engineering, acquire enough skills to use modern tools for implementation of projects in electrical engineering. 7. To develop leadership quality and enough tolerance to work as a member of multi- disciplinary team. 8. To aware of code of professional ethics and able to implement it in professional life. 9. To develop communication skills to interact with a multi-disciplinary team as well as general audience. 10. To aware of elements in engineering economics and finance so that they are able to analyze cost impact of a system, cost minimization etc. 11. To develop aptitude and skills for continuous up-gradation in its own and related fields.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs) are: PSO 1: Our graduates are expected to excel in professional career and/or higher education by acquiring sound knowledge in basic sciences, mathematics and core subjects of electrical engineering. PSO 2: Our graduates are expected to abide by the professional code of conduct, principles of financial management and ready to take leadership or have enough tolerance to act as humble member of a multicultural team working on a complex project in industry. PSO 3: Our graduates are expected to exhibit professionalism, ethical attitude, and communication skills in their profession and adapt to current trends in technology by engaging in lifelong learning.

Notice List


# Title Details Remarks
1 UG and PG Class Representatives of Electrical Engg Dept. (Session 2021-22) View Notice UG and PG Class Representatives of Electrical Engg Dept. (Session 2021-22)
2 View Notice Notice for AMIE Students
3 View Notice Mentors and Co-ordinators of UG and PG Courses of EE Dept. (Academic session: 2022-23)

Faculties


Prof. (Dr.) Shib Sankar Saha

Faculty, Electrical Engineering

Dr. Barun Mandal

Faculty, Electrical Engineering

Mr. Bikash Patel

Faculty, Electrical Engineering

Prof. (Dr.) Provas Kumar Roy

HOD, Electrical Engineering

Dr. Parthasarathi Bera

Faculty, Electrical Engineering

Prof. (Dr.) Pradip Kumar Das

Faculty, Electrical Engineering

Dr. Pritam Kumar Gayen

Faculty, Electrical Engineering

Dr. Sawan Sen

Faculty, Electrical Engineering

Dr. Tapan Santra

Faculty, Electrical Engineering

Dr. Tapas Haldar

Faculty, Electrical Engineering

SACT Faculties


Technical Staffs