About Us


The Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) department was established in 2007, offers Undergraduate program (B. Tech.) in EEE,Post-graduate program (M. Tech) in EEE and Diploma program in EEE. The B.Tech (Electrical and Electronics Engineering) program was started in the year 2007. The M.Tech (EEE-Power Electronics) was started in the year 2011 and Diploma program in EEE was started in the year 2013. The department is having well qualified and experienced faculty members. The faculty is a perfect blend of different specializations in Electrical and Electronics Engineering to impart their expertise in handling diversified courses of the UG and PG programs. The teaching methodology in the department goes beyond fulfilling the syllabus requirements of the University, to meet the today's industry needs. Faculty motivates and guides the students to do mini projects in core subjects. Special focus will be given to develop Communication and Soft Skills. The department is having strong association with industries to uplift the student's practical knowledge.
A good number of faculties are attending the conferences/workshops to enhance their quality in academics. To get themselves acquaint with latest technological trends, the faculty also will be deputed to Industrial training during slack period of the academic year. Faculties are being invited to deliver extension lectures by the industries as per their requirements.
The student's success rate is above 75% during the previous 6 years. All the laboratory of the department is established spaciously with additional equipment. The equipment student ratio is maintained as 1:1. Additional experiments are being conducted in each lab to facilitate the students towards more practical exposure.
Students are actively participating in the Co curricular and extracurricular activities organized on a regular basis by the departmental students association. They are encouraged to deliver seminar in regular classes and also to present papers. They involve in the National level students paper contest being conducted by the department every year. During last few academic years good placement was achieved for the students. Students are being trained by conducting extra classes to refresh their knowledge and also required computer software as per the requirements of the company visiting the campus for selections. Developmental Plans are set to accomplish defined long range and short range goals of the department, to develop the laboratories by adding latest servers and client equipment and further to develop center of excellence in the focus areas.
The Department has experienced and highly qualified faculty with strong research and professional expertise. Apart from teaching the undergraduate,post-graduate course and diploma courses , the faculty members are active in research and development. They are engaged in a broad range of research and development works with renowned overseas universities, research institutes and multinational companies.


VISION


To impart quality education in Electrical and Electronics Engineering for making rural students better employable with ethics.



Mission


The vision can be accomplished by

  1. Imparting fundamental knowledge in Electrical and Electronics Engineering through well-qualified faculty.
  2. Providing exposure to current technologies through various activities.
  3. Providing hands-on experience to meet the expectations of the industry.
  4. Facilitating individual and team activities to enhance personality and soft skills.

Programs Assessment & Quality Improvement Committee


The Programs Assessment & Quality Improvement Committee has been formed for monitoring of Computer Engineering Departmental activities.

The PAC consists of faculty members and technical staff of the department who periodically monitors the departmental activities and evaluates different parameters.

Composition: The present composition of the PAC is as follows.

Chairman: Dr. P.Sankar Babu (H.O.D), Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering.

Convener: Mr. S.Maddilety, NBA Member
  1. All the faculty members of the EEE Department.
  2. All the technical staff of the EEE Department.

Roles and responsibilities: The roles and responsibilities of PAC are as follows.


  • Monitoring the achievements of Program Outcomes (POs), Program Specific Outcomes (PSO), Program Educational Objectives (PEOs).
  • Evaluating program effectiveness and proposing necessary changes.
  • Preparing periodic reports on program activities, progress, status or other special reports for Management.
  • Motivating the faculty and students towards attending workshops, developing projects, working models, paper publications and engaging in research activities.
  • Interacting with students facilitating the achievement of POs, PSOs and PEOs.
  • Interacting with stakeholders regarding the improvement of POs, PSOs and PEOs.

Program Outcomes(PO's)


SNO Graduate Attributes PO Statements
1 Engineering Knowledge Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex Engineering problems.
2 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 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 Conduct Investigations of Complex Problems Ability to review research literature, use research methods to execute project and synthesize the problem to provide valid conclusions.
5 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.
6 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.
7 Environment and Sustainability Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and Demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
8 Ethics Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
9 Individual and team work Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
10 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.
11 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 multidisciplinary environments.
12 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.

Program Educational Objectives(PEOs):


SNO PEO Number Program Educational Objectives
1 PEO1 To Excel in chosen career
2 PEO2 Make them fit to work both at individual and team level, keeping in mind the high importance of sustainable Green Energy Technologies in the current scenario.
3 PEO3 To contribute to the community/society development through acquired knowledge and skills.
4 PEO4 Disported to learn lifelong and keeping abreast of latest technologies.

Program Specific Outcomes(PSOs):


SNO PSO Number Program Specific outcomes
1 PSO1 Graduates will be able to analyze, develop and demonstrate Projects, both Software and Hardware in relevant topics of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
2 PSO2 Graduates will be able to identify and solve problems in different core areas of Electrical and Electronics Engineering to meet the industry requirements along with overall personality and skills development.

Programs Offered


PROGRAM: B.Tech (EEE)


Intake : 60 seats

ACADEMIC REGULATIONS FOR UG (B.Tech):

  1. Regulation scheme R19  click here
  2. Regulation scheme R15  click here

PROGRAM: M.Tech (POWER ELECTRONICS)


Intake : 18 seats

ACADEMIC REGULATIONS FOR PG (B.Tech):

  1. Regulation scheme R19  click here
  2. Regulation scheme R15  click here

PROGRAM: Diploma (EEE)


Intake : 60 seats

Our Faculty

SNO FACULTY UNIQUE ID NAME OF THE FACULTY DESIGNATION QUALIFICATION
1 1-3629406583 Dr P SANKAR BABU Professor Ph.D
2 1-3629738122 Mr S MADDILETY Assistant Professor M.Tech
3 1-7426089805 Mrs S.SNEHAMADHURI Assistant Professor M.Tech
4 1-7426332289 Mrs K.RAJITHA Assistant Professor M.Tech
5 1-7416996138 Mr D.UMENDRA Assistant Professor M.Tech
6 1-7427138095 Mr G.SEKHAR Assistant Professor M.Tech
7 1-7470856681 Mr G.RAMA Assistant Professor M.Tech
8 1-7472296638 Mr P.MAHESWARA Assistant Professor M.Tech
9 1-794380190 Mr K.ANIL KUMAR Assistant Professor M.Tech
10 1-9461577838 Mr G.BALA SUBBARAYUDU Assistant Professor M.Tech
11 1-7426553782 Mrs S.RESHMA Assistant Professor M.Tech
12 1-7470856687 Mrs B.ANNAPURNA Assistant Professor M.Tech
13 1-3638626552 Mr N.RAKESH Assistant Professor M.Tech
14 1-7470856475 Mr S.VENKATESH Assistant Professor M.Tech
15 1-7471071823 Mr U.VEERESH Assistant Professor M.Tech
16 1-7471071829 Ms B.SNEHA REDDY Assistant Professor M.Tech
17 1-9523850486 Mr K.SAI NIRANJAN Assistant Professor M.Tech
18 1-9518050958 Ms S.SOWDAGAR ZABEEN Assistant Professor M.Tech
19 1-10576155841 Ms Shaik B Shaheena Assistant Professor M.Tech
20 1-2899283791 Mr K.Sudarshan Reddy Assistant Professor M.Tech
21 1-7484950994 Mr K.Meenendranath Reddy Assistant Professor M.Tech
 

Our Labs


The following are the laboratories which were established.
  1. Basic Electric Circuits Laboratory
  2. Electrical Circuit Analysis Laboratory
  3. Electrical Machines Laboratory – I
  4. Electrical Machines Laboratory – II
  5. Electrical Measurements Laboratory
  6. Power Electronics & Simulation Laboratory
  7. Power Systems & Simulation Laboratory
  8. Control Systems Lab
  9. Electrical drives & Simulation Laboratory
  10. MATLAB

Lab Equipment Details

Technical laboratories Equipment Details click here

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS - AY (2019-2020)


Journals

  1. Mr.G.Bala Subbarayudu published a paper “CASCADED H-BRIDGE MULTI LEVEL INVERTER BASED IMPROVED PHASE SHIFTED CARRIER BASED SYNCHRONIZED SINUSOIDAL PWM TECHNIQUES” in Vol 10, Issue 12, DEC/ 2019: March/April 2020 of Test Engineering and Management journal.
  2. Dr. P.Sankar Babu, professor published in the international journal engineering sciences research on “A NEW CONTROL FOR TWO PV ARRAYS IN MISMATECHED ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS IN GRIDCONNECTED PV INVERTER TO MAXIMIZINGPOWER.” on Vol-10, Issue-11 NOV. 2019.
  3. Dr. P.Sankar Babu, professor published in the international journal engineering sciences research on “A NEW CONTROL PV PEM FUEL CELL BASED STANDALONE AC/DC MICROGRID USING HYBRID ENERGY STORAGE.” on Vol-10, Issue-12 DEC. 2019.
  4. Dr. P.Sankar Babu & Mrs. K. Rajitha published in the international journal engineering sciences research on “DESIGN OF MULTIFUNCTIONAL INTEGRATED CONVERTER TO SIGNAL-STATE ZETA-SEPIC FOR PLUG IN ELECTRICAL VEHICLES.” on Vol-10, Issue-12 DEC. 2019.
  5. Mr. S.Maddilety, Assistant professor published in the international journal engineering sciences research on “A NEW SWITCHED CAPACITOR MULTILEVEL INVERTER FOR HIGH FREQUENCY AC POWER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMS” on Vol-10, Issue-12 DEC-2019.
  6. Mr. S.Maddilety, Assistant professor published in the international journal engineering sciences research on “A NEW CONTROL SYSTEM FOR 3-PHASE SOLAR PV INTEGERATED UPQC” on Vol-10, Issue-11 NOV-2019.
  7. Mr. G BALA SUBBARAYUDU Assistant professor published in the journal of engineering sciences research on “CASCADED H- BRIDGE MULTI LEVEL INVERTER BASED IMPROVED PHASE SHIFTED CARRIER BASED SYNCHRONISED SINUSOIDAL PWMTECHNIQUES” on volume-10, Issue-12 Dec-2019.
  8. Mr. G.Balasubbarayudu Assistant professor Published in the Advances in engineering management and sciences on ”NOVEL SCALAR PWM TECHNIQUES FOR VECTOR CONTROL BASED INDUCTION MOTOR DRIVES TO REDUCE COMMON MODE VOLTAGE” On special Issue,No-3,sept-2019.
  9. Dr. P.Sankar Babu, professor published in the international journal of research on “MODES OF OPERATION AND SYSTEM-LEVEL CONTROL OF SINGLE PHASE BIDIRECTIONAL PWM CONVETER FOR MICROGRID SYSTEM.” on Vol-19, Issue-24 JAN. 2019.
  10. Mr. G. Chandra Sekhar published a paper” PLL TECHNIQUES FOR DISTRIBUTED GENERATION SYSTEMS UNDER GRID ABNORMAL CONDITIONS” in Volume 5, Issue 07, July-2019 of International Journal of Technical Innovation in Modern Engineering & Science (IJTIMES).
  11. Mrs. K.Rajitha published in the international journal engineering sciences research on “DESIGN OF MULTIFUNCTIONAL INTEGRATED CONVERTER TO SIGNAL-STATE ZETA-SEPIC FOR PLUG IN ELECTRICAL VEHICLES.” on Vol-10, Issue-12 DEC. 2019.

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS - AY (2018-19)


Journals


  1. Mr.G.Bala Subbarayudu published a paper “Novel Scalar PWM Techniques for Vector Control based Induction Motor Drives to Reduce Common Mode Voltage “ in Advances in Engineering, Management and Sciences J. Mech. Cont.& Math. Sci., Special Issue, No.-3 : September (2019) pp 52-67

RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS - AY (2017-18)


Journals


  1. Mr.G.Bala Subbarayudu published a paper “SENSOR LESS SPEED CONTROL OF THREE PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR BY USING MRAC” in International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology ,ISSN: 2278-0181,Vol. 4 Issue 09 : September-2015

NPTEL


NPTEL FACULTY PARTICULARS


SNO NAME OF THE FACULTY NAME OF THE COURSE DATE SCORE (%) GRADE
1 MADDILETY SUDDULA INTRODUCTION TO SMART GRID JULY –SEP 2019 62%
2 G CHANDRA SEKHAR CONTROL ENGINEERING JAN-APRIL-2020 50%
3 SYED RESHMA POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS SEP-DEC-2020 85% ELITE
4 G CHADRA SEKHAR POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS SEP-DEC-2020 60 ELITE
5 MADDILETY SUDDULA ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM ANALYSIS AUG-SEP-2018 51% SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED
6 MADDILETY SUDDULA ADVANCE POWER ELECTRONICS AND CONTROL JAN-MARCH-2019 45% SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED
7 BALA MADDILETY PIDUGU ADVANCE POWER ELECTRONICS AND CONTROL JAN-MARCH-2019 43% SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETED

NPTEL STUDENT PARTICULARS


SNO NAME OF THE STUDENT NAME OF THE COURSE DATE SCORE (%) GRADE
1 P SAI SUDHESHNA FUNDAMENTALS OF SEMI CONDUCTOR DEVICES JULY-SEP-2019 64%
2 S MOHAMMED SHABIR HUSSAIN INTRODUCTION OF SMART GRID JULY-SEP-2019 75% ELITE
3 S MOHAMMED SHABIR HUSSAIN CONTROL ENGINEERING JULY-OCT-2019 51%
4 MALLELLA JYOTHI DIGITAL CIRCUITS JULY-OCT-2019 55%
5 SHAIK SIRAJUNE POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS JULY-OCT-2019 54%
6 E RAVINDRA BABU FUNDAMENTALS OF SEMI CONDUCTOR DEVICES JAN-APRIL-2019 45%
7 SUNKARA THIRUMALESH FUNDAMENTALS OF SEMI CONDUCTOR DEVICES JAN-APRIL-2019 41%
8 GANUMALA SANDEEP KUMAR FUNDAMENTALS OF SEMI CONDUCTOR DEVICES JAN-APRIL-2019 40%
9 GOGULA RAMYA SRI FUNDAMENTALS OF SEMI CONDUCTOR DEVICES JAN-APRIL-2019 40%
10 N MADAN MOHAN FUNDAMENTALS OF SEMI CONDUCTOR DEVICES JAN-APRIL-2019 41%
11 B SUPRAJA FUNDAMENTALS OF SEMI CONDUCTOR DEVICES JAN-APRIL-2019 41%
12 P VASANTHA LAKSHMI FUNDAMENTALS OF SEMI CONDUCTOR DEVICES JAN-APRIL-2019 43%
13 B TARUN ABHINAY RAJ FUNDAMENTALS OF SEMI CONDUCTOR DEVICES JAN-APRIL-2019 40%
14 S MOHAMMED SHABIR HUSSAIN ELECTRICAL MACHINES-II JAN-APRIL-2019 67% ELITE
15 MALLELA JYOTHI POWER SYSTEM ENGINEERING JAN-APRIL-2019 41%

MENTORS LIST


Each mentor is assigned with 20 students. Student details are collected by the mentors. Students are mentored at regular intervals by the mentors.

1 Number of mentors 05
2 Number of students per mentor 15
3 Frequency of meeting Twice in a semester and as and when required.

Students having less attendance are counseled by mentors at regular intervals. Mentors will call the parents of the students having very low attendance. After mid exams the marks will be sent to the parents through SMS. Their parents are also informed for taking connective measures.
Class Counselors List A.Y.2020-2021
S.NO. YEAR NAME OF THE FACULTY ROLL NO. OF STUDENTS
1 II MR.G.CHANDRA SEKHAR 19AM1A0201 to 19AM1A0210
2 III MR.G.BALASUBBARAYUDU 18AM1A0201 to 18AM1A0213
3 III MR D.UMENDRA 19AM5A0201 to 19AM5A0221
4 IV MRS. S.RESHMA 17AM1A0201 to 18AM5A0207
5 IV MISS. G. PRIYANKA 18AM5A0208 to 18AM5A0222

WORKSHOPS / FDPS / SEMINARS / GUEST LECTURES & INDUSTRIAL VISITS ORGANIZED BY EEE DEPT:


2017:
  1. Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) organized a three days workshop on “EMBEDDED SYSTEMS” in association with APSSDC (Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation) on13th , 14th and 15th October 2017 by Mr. Murali Krishna, APSSDC.

  2. The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering organized an Industrial visit to Rayalaseema Thermal Power Plant at Muddanur, Kadapa on 16th September 2017
2018:
  1. Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) organized a three days workshop on “PROGRAMABLE LOGIC CONTROL” in association with APSSDC (Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation) on15th , 16th and 17th February 2018.

  2. The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering organized a technical field visit to Vijay Milk Diary, on 21.04.2018.

  3. EEE department organized a guest lecture on “PSOC using SCADA” by Mr. K .Rama Krishna Reddy, A.E. APTRANSCO on the eve of Engineers day 15/09/2018.

  4. As a part of improving skills and exposure to the competitive real world, our institution launched IEEE student branch (STB-10168) Dr. V. Sankar, EEE department, JNTU College of engineering, Ananthapuram

  5. The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering organized an Industrial visit to Power Grid (765/400kV substation) at Orvakal, Kurnool on 08th September 2018.

  6. The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) organized a three days workshop on “ADVANCED PROGRAMABLE LOGIC CONTROL” in association with APSSDC (Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation) from 27th to 29th September 2018.

2019:
  1. Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE) organized a three day workshop on “IOT Workshop (phase-1)” in association with APSSDC (Andhra Pradesh State Skill Development Corporation) on 19th, 20th and 21st August 2019.
2020:
  1. The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering organized an Industrial visit to SUBSTATION (220/132/33kV) at Kranthinagar, Nandyal on 23rd January 2020.

  2. The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering organized an Industrial visit to Power Grid (765/400kV substation) at Orvakal, Kurnool on 02-2-2020

  3. EEE dept organized a guest lecture on “industrial auto machines (PLC & SCADA)” by Mr. K. Chalapathi Rao trainer in PROLIFIC SYSTEMS AND TECHONOLOGIES PVT Ltd. Hyderabad On 29/01/2020.

  4. The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering organized a technical field visit to Vijay Milk Diary for the II B.Tech & II-diploma students on 15-2-2020.

  5. One day webinar on “NAAC AWARENESS” organized by department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering on 14th MAY 2020 with the resource person of by Dr. V.Bhagya Raju, GNITC HYDERABAD

  6. A Three days Faculty Development Programme On “RECENT TRENDS IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING” organized by department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering on 27th May to 29th May 2020 with the resource persons of Dr. G. Srinivasa Rao, Professor CMR Engineering College, Dr. Sudheer.H, Professor FST,ICFAI HYDERABAD & Dr. N. Lavanya, Professor Nalla Mallareddy Engineering College.

  7. One day webinar on “HOW TO PRESENT AN EFFECTIVE RESEARCH PUBLICATIONS” organized by department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering on 5th June 2020 with the resource person of by Prof. B.K.MADHAVI, LMISTE, FIETE, DIRECTOR R&D, SIET HYDERABAD.

  8. One day guest lecture on CAREER OPPORTUNITIES AFTER B.TECH on 27th May 2021 with the resource person by Sri S.MANIMOHAN TRINATH, GATE/ESE Trainer, Hyderabad.

  9. One day guest lecture on Advanced Power Elections on 7th june 2021 with the resource person by Dr.V.Santhi, Assoc.Professor,CMREC, Hyderabad.

  10. One day guest lecture on POWER SYSTEMS AND OPERATION CONTROL on 22nd june 2021 with the resource person by Dr.V.Santhi, Assoc.Professor,CMREC, Hyderabad.

  11. One day guest lecture on POWER SYSTEMS AND OPERATION CONTROL on 07th july 2021 with the resource person by Dr. M Dilip Kumar , Assoc.Professor and HoD,St.peter engineering college, Hyderabad

lecture Notes


FIRST YEAR (R20 Regulation)


SNO Semester - I Semester - II
1 Linear Algebra and Calculus Differential Equations and Vector Calculus
2 Applied Physics Chemistry
3 Communicative English C-Programming & Data Structures
4 Fundamentals of Electrical Circuits Electronic Devices & Circuits
5 Engineering Drawing Environmental Science

SECOND YEAR (R19 Regulation)


SNO Semester - I Semester - II
1 Complex Variables & Transforms Numerical Methods & Probability
2 Basic Electrical Circuits Electrical Circuit Analysis
3 Power System Architecture Engineering Electromagnetics
4 Semiconductor Devices and Circuits Power Electronics
5 Digital Electronics and Logic Design Analog Electronic Circuits
6 Biology For Engineers Python Programming

THIRD YEAR (R19 Regulation)


SNO Semester - I Semester - II
1 AC Machines Signals & Systems
2 Control Systems Digital Computer Platforms
3 Electrical Machine Design Design Patterns
4 HVDC and FACTS Electrical Distribution system Automation
5 Analog Electronics Advanced Control systems
6 English Language Skills Industrial Automation

FOURTH YEAR (R15 Regulation)


SNO Semester - I Semester - II
1 Electrical Distribution Systems Instrumentation
2 Digital Signal Processing HVDC Transmission
3 Flexible AC Transmission Systems
4 Power system operation & control
5 Utilization of Electrical Energy
6 Energy Auditing & Demand Side Management

HOD'S MESSAGE


Dr.P.Sankar Babu On behalf of our students and faculty, it is my privilege to welcome all of you to the Department of Electrical Engineering at SVR ENGINEERING COLLEGE.Hod We take pride in our faculty, a team of highly capable and dedicated professionals, most of whom have academic and industrial experience. We provide ample opportunities to our faculty and students, through in -house trainings, workshops and trainings outside the college campus for further growth and development in their areas of expertise.



We at EEE Department are committed with the following objectives:

  • The Department has taken up the task of developing competent Electrical engineers of high quality, capable of facing various challenges of the power demand in the country.

  • To produce graduates who are able to apply the technical skills to serve the State and National Industries and PSU’s.

  • To produce graduates with the necessary background and scientific skills to work professionally in several fields in particular with IT Industries and Power sectors.

  • To train and encourage the graduates for personal and professional success with awareness and commitment to their ethical and social responsibilities, both as individuals and as team mats. This is done with the help of guest lectures, seminars and workshops.

  • Motivate the students pursue higher education and possibly some quality research.

  • We are actively involved in research and published over 50 research papers in national, International Journals and Conferences by our staff and students. We incorporate stronger ethical and enterprising values in our academics to face new challenges in the area of Electrical and Electronic Engineering.

On the whole, we are committed towards creating a strong professional graduate community which is vivacious and provides continuous learning. We Encourage students, parents, prospective faculty member to go through the information provided on the website and join us.


LEARN LEARN LEARN UNTILL WE LEARN…………….

   …………….LEARNING NEVER ENDS!