Electrical engineering is a field of engineering that generally deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics, and electromagnetism. This stream has a wide range of subfields that includes electronics, digital computers, power engineering, telecommunications, control systems, radio-frequency engineering, signal processing, instrumentation, and microelectronics. Many of these sub disciplines overlap and also overlap with other engineering branches, spanning a huge number of specializations such as hardware engineering, power electronics, electromagnetic & waves, microwave engineering, nanotechnology, electrochemistry, renewable energies, mechatronics, electrical materials science, and many more. Electrical engineers typically hold a degree in electrical engineering or electronic engineering. Practicing engineers may have professional certification and be members of a professional body. Such bodies include the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the Institution of Engineering, ISTE and Technology (professional society) (IET) (formerly the IEE).

Electrical engineers work in a very wide range of industries and the skills required are likewise variable. These range from basic circuit theory to the management skills required of a project manager. The tools and equipment that an individual engineer may need are similarly variable, ranging from a simple voltmeter to a top end analyzer to sophisticated design and manufacturing software.

The department boasts 12 well qualified faculty. All the faculty continuously undergo various skill development programs to enhance their skills so that the students can be benefitted. Department faculties have produced 5 impact factored journals and also a patent submission has been made. Faculty has submitted for research funding in CERD and also KSCTE funding. Moreover students regularly apply for CERD and KSCTE funds and more than 10 number students have been benefitted. During 2015-16, a bio-medical project named “smart blind assist system” was widely appreciated by a competition held by YUVA mastermind. The department contains a student’s association named AEES. Every semester, they used to organize skill development programs.

This Department currently runs a Bachelors programme with a total intake of sixty students per academic year to cater to the ever challenging needs of technical excellence in specialised avenues of Electrical Engineering.

The under graduate programme provides the students with a strong background in the broad areas of Electrical Engineering, namely, communication technology, control technology, electronics, and power & energy. A strong exposure to state-of-the-art technologies is further provided through elective courses that are carefully designed for the interested students.

This department consist of well established labs and well qualified faculty. The ambience of the department contains friendliness in air and quality in class. Ultimately this department is dedicated to serve the future young aspirants

Dr.Mohanalin Rajarathnam

ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR(HOD)
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Abjhasree S S

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
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Fathima Salim

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
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Beenu Mary Panicker

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
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Abhilash B L

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
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Anas S R

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
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Nisha Kuriakose

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
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Ajisha S

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

Shamsad Beegum P

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR(ADHOC)
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Arya Y

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR(ADHOC)
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Leena K Y

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR(ADHOC)
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Prasanth P J

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR(ADHOC)
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Sunila s

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Sreeji T G

INSTRUCTOR
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Various technical facilities in the workshop including machine shop, fitting shop, smith shop, carpentry shop, welding shop and foundry shop, concepts in electrical safety, safety regulations, earthing concepts, electrical shocks and treatment. Use of tools used by electricians, wiring regulations, types of cables and electric accessories including switches, plug, circuit breakers, fuses etc., symbols for electrical wiring schematics e.g. switches, lamps, sockets etc., drawing and practice in simple house wiring and testing methods, wiring schemed of two way and three way circuits and ringing circuits, voltage and current measurement, transformer windings (low voltage: 6,9 and 12 volts), motor and generator windings (concept only).

List of Experiments

    One lamp controlled by one switch.

    Series and parallel connections of lamps.

    Stair case wiring.

    Hospital Wiring.

    Godown wiring.

    Fluroscent lamp.

    Connection of plug socket.

    Different kinds of joints.

    Transformer winding.

    Soldering practice.

    Familiarisation of CRO.

Electrical and measurements lab prepares the students technically to handle bridge circuits and measuring meters. This lab is highly important for the students to understand the practical aesthetics of the measuring devices.

List of Experiments

    Measurement of resistance using Wheatstone’s bridge.

    Measurement of resistance using Kelvin’s double bridge.

    Measurement of self and mutual inductance of coupled coils.

    Measurement of KVAR in 3-phase circuits by single and two wattmeter method.

    Calibration of ammeter using slide wire potentiometer.

    Calibration of Voltmeter using slide wire potentiometer.

    Measurement of internal resistance of battery using vernier potentiometer.

    Measurement of resistance of earth electrode using earth megger.

    Calibration of wattmeter using vernier potentiometer.

    Determination of B-H curve.

    Determination of Hysterisis loop-tracing the loop using CRO.

    Calibration of single phase energy meter by direct and phantom loading.

    Calibration of single-phase energy meter at 0.5 & 0.866 p.f. without using phase

    Shifting transformer.

    Calibration of 3-phase energy meter.

    Adjustments in energy meter using rotating sub- standard.

Electronics circuits’ lab contains experiment that has a design part, simulation and an actual experimental verification in the laboratory (bread-boarding/soldering). The basic objective is to give hands-on experience in the design and implementation of analog and mixed-signal circuits.

List of Experiments

    Study of Multimeter,Signal generators,CRO etc. and measurement of electrical quantities.

    Testing of Passive and Active components.

    Characteristics of Active devices.

    Rectifying circuits.

    Differentiating circuit and integrating circuit.

    Clipping & Clamping circuits..

    Amplifying circuits Simple common emitter amplifier configuration-gain and bandwidth.

    Oscillators.

    Multivibrators – Astable only.

    Circuits using OP- Amps.

This lab enables the students to design, setup and analyze various digital circuits and design an embedded system for a particular application.

This lab enables the students to design setup and analyze various power electronic converters and apply these converters for the implementation of various motor control applications.

This lab deals with advanced electrical engineering concepts like design and testing of electrical set-ups using matlab and simulinks. Here the lab mainly concentrates on equipping the software and hardware and analysis skills of the students that is related to electrical designing.

List of Experiments

    MATLABI–experiments using MTLAB toolbox.

    Determination of transfer functions of DC motor (a) armature control (b) field control.

    Study and experiments on(a)DC servo motor(b)AC servomotor.

    Experiments on synchros (a) characteristics (b) data transmission (c) error detection (d) differentialsynchro.

    Determination of transfer functions of the amplidyne and load characteristics.

    Design and experimental determination of frequency response determination of lag,lead and lag-lead networks.

    Magnetic amplifier – characteristics and control circuits.

    Static and dynamic performance evaluation of transducer (a) resistance thermometer (b) vibration pick up (c) pH meter.

    Study and performance evaluation of transducers (a) strain gauge (b) inductive pick up (c) capacitive pick up (d)LVDT.

    Study and experiments on pneumatic control system.

    Microprocessor based generation of non-linear functions using proper interfacing and display devices.

    PSPICE simulation of single-phase and three-phase diode bridge rectifiers.

    PSPICE simulation of three-phase thyristor bridge rectifier.

    Power flow analysis of the system with the given single line diagram, using the given power flow analysis package.

    Fault analysis of the system with given single line diagram, using the given fault analysis package.Obtain the sub-transient fault currents for DLFG, DLFG, LLF faults at leach bus..

    Determination of relay characteristics.

This lab provides students to learn the working and testing methods of DC machines and transformers so that they will be able to test and validate DC generators, DC motors and transformers. This lab enables the students to think innovatively on the development of components, products, processes or technologies in the engineering field, analyses the problem requirements and arrive workable design solutions

This lab provides students hands on experience in testing Alternators, Three phase and Single phase Induction Motors and Induction Generators so that students will be able to test and validate Alternators, Three phase and Single phase Induction Motors and Induction Generators.

This lab enables the students to think innovatively on the development of components, products, processes or technologies in the engineering field, analyses the problem requirements and arrive workable design solutions