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About Department

Vision

Department of Electrical Engineering endeavors to be one of the best departments in India having expertise to mould the students to cater the needs of society in the field of technology, leadership, administration, ethical and social.

Mission

To provide dynamic and scholarly environment for students to achieve excellence in core electrical and multidisciplinary fields by synergetic efforts of all stake holders of the Electrical Engineering Department and inculcate the ethical and social values.

Salient features of Department

  • The Department of Electrical Engineering was established in year 1984 with a sanctioned intake of 60 students. The National Board of Accreditation has accredited the department four times in succession in the year 2001, 2006, 2012 & 2017. Presently, the Electrical Engineering Department has post graduate program (M. Tech. in Power Electronics and Power Systems) with sanctioned intake of 18, started from 2011. Department is a Recognized Research Centre, approved by RTM Nagpur University for Master of Engineering (M.E. - By Research) and Doctoral program. Department has twelve well-equipped laboratories.
  • Department has two Professors, eight Associate Professors and eleven Assistant Professors on the roll. Department has well qualified and experienced faculty with industrial background. They have undertaken many consultancy projects and have been granted patent by government of India.
  • The department has conducive environment for the academic and overall development of the students. The Electrical Engineering Students Association (EESA) is a platform for promoting the curricular, co-curricular and extracurricular students activities. Department students actively participate in sports and represent the college at various levels. Students are keenly interested in contributing for social cause and join the National Service Scheme (NSS) activities. Department organizes Seminars, Guest lectures, Training programs and Product exhibitions for the students. Students get opportunity to enhance their technical skill by participating in the training program like PLC and SCADA.
  • To introduce the graduating students to the latest developments in the industry, the department organizes Technical Workshop cum Exhibition named “EMPOWER”. This mega event is organized in the department for five times in year 2012, 2013, 2014, 2017 and 2018. Reputed companies namely ABB, Artic Infra Tech, Grandstream, Grundfos, Hager, Hioki, KEI Cables, L&T, Powerica, Wipro, Bergen, Biosys, HP, Rockwell Automation, Schneider, Siemens, Texas Instruments, Finolex, Highrise Transformers, TDK, Waree, Gentech, Synergy, VSP aqua mist etc. participated in the exhibition with the wide range of products to display. Around 300 students from more than 23 Engineering colleges attended these workshops every year.
  • On academic front, the department results are consistently good with students seeking merit positions on the University level. The department has active Entrepreneur Development Cell to develop the entrepreneurial skills among the students. The department highly encourages the industry interaction. Students go for industry training during the vacation.

Career Prospects

  • Electrical energy is required extensively for domestic and industrial use. Thus, opportunities for electrical engineers are wide open in various fields. Students gain adequate knowledge through the programme to pursue career in engineering, software field and R&D sector. They also have the option of pursuing higher studies and Entrepreneurship ventures. They can be employed in Electrical, Telecommunication, Computer hardware or software, Network, and Automobile industries. Consumer goods sector, power stations, designing and Manufacturing of electrical equipments, electrical machines, and many others employment avenues are also open for the graduates of electrical engineering.

Course Course Details
Bachelor of Engineering Degree Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering
Duration 4 Year(8 Semesters) (Full time)
Intake 60 Student per year
Establishment Year: 1984
NBA Status National Board of Accreditation has accredited the department four times in succession in the year 2001, 2006, 2012 & 2017.
Master of Engineering Degree M. Tech. (Power Electronics & Power System )
Duration 2 Year(4 Semesters) (Full time)
Intake 18 Student per year
Establishment Year: 2011

B.E. Electrical Engineering is a full-time, eight-semester, under-graduate program offered by the department of Electrical Engineering. The program curriculum is designed as per model curriculum proposed by the AICTE and is adopted from 2018-19. By virtue of Academic Autonomy granted by Rashtrasant Tukadoji Maharaj Nagpur University to this institute, the curriculum is updated with emphasis on recent developments in Electrical Machines, Power electronics, Power system and allied areas related to electrical engineering. The department has 15 well equipped laboratories to inculcate the practical knowledge to the students.


Course

Course Details

Bachelor of Engineering

Degree

Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical Engineering

Duration

4 Year (8 Semesters) (Full time)

Intake

60 Student per year

Establishment

Year: 1984

NBA Status

National Board of Accreditation has accredited the department four times in succession in the year 2001, 2006,   2012 & 2017.


The Programme Educational Objectives (PEO), Programme Outcome (PO) and Programme Specific Outcome (PSO) of programme BE in Electrical Engineering are:

Program Educational Objectives (UG)

  • PEO1. Our graduates will work on design, operation and practice in electrical field by addressing intricacies of engineering and technology applications.
  • PEO2. Our graduates will work in multidisciplinary fields and adapt to new technologies, new work environments, pursue additional skills and knowledge leading to professional development.
  • PEO3. Our graduates will progress in their career by demonstrating in practice the technical and communication skills with an understanding of ethical and social responsibilities.
Current Year UG Syllabus Click Here   Previous Years UG Syllabus Click Here

Program Outcomes (UG)

  • PO1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals to the solution of engineering problems.
  • PO2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review literature, and analyze complex engineering problems using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • PO3. 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 safety, societal and environmental considerations.
  • PO4. Conduct problem investigations: Use research-based knowledge including experimentation, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO5. Modern tool usage: Select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools for analyzing the engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO6. The engineer, industry and society: Apply contextual knowledge to assess industrial, societal and safety related issues and understand consequent relevance to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO7. 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.
  • PO8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities such as, being able to understand and write effective reports, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO11. 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 in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO12. 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.

Programme Specific Outcomes

  • PSO1. Analyze and design electrical networks, machines, control systems, power systems, power converters and evaluate the performance.
  • PSO2. Understand and develop electrical systems considering energy efficiency, power scenario, environmental issues and industry applications.

M.Tech in Power Electronics & Power System:

This is a full-time, four-semester post-graduate program offered by the department of Electrical Engineering. The program curriculum is designed as per Choice Based Credit System (CBCS). By virtue of academic autonomy granted by University Grant Commission, New Delhi and Rashtrasant Tukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University to this institute, the curriculum is updated regularly considering the need of industry and with emphasis on recent developments in power electronics and power system. It includes many initiatives which help in nurturing the knowledge in core engineering as well as in allied areas related to electrical engineering. Provision for industry based project as well as a one-year long internship in industry is also available to enhance the employability of students. The teaching learning process is based on student centric approach. The laboratory and project activities are designed to develop the skill set of students which includes simulation skills, communication/presentation skills (both in verbal and written forms), hardware design, fabrication, testing, ability to analyze the given engineering task/problem, research methods etc. In addition, the students get enough academic flexibility to select the electives of their choice (core elective, group elective, open elective) and internship as well as projects. After successful completion of the program at RCOEM, the Degree is awarded by R.T.M. Nagpur University to the students.


Course

Course Details

Master of Engineering

Degree

M. Tech. (Power Electronics & Power System )

Duration

2 Year (4 Semesters) (Full time)

Intake

18 Student per year

Establishment

Year: 2011

Duration

Two years, Full time program

Program Educational Objectives

  • PEO1. To mould the students to improve their technical and intellectual capability in Power Electronics & Power System and to develop interest for life-long learning.
  • PEO2. To prepare the students to acquire the knowledge, skills, qualities and values necessary for employment in areas related with Power Electronics & Power System.
  • PEO3. To prepare and inspire the students to become future researcher/good teacher/technocrat/ with innovative idea for sustainable development.

Program Outcomes (effective from A.Y. 2019-20)

After completion of the program, the students shall have,

  • PO 1. An ability to carry out independent research/investigation and development work to solve practical problems.
  • PO 2. An ability to write and present a substantial technical report/document.
  • PO 3. An ability to demonstrate a degree of mastery over the area in Power Electronics and Power system.

Program Specific Outcomes (effective from A.Y. 2019-20)

After completion of the program, the students shall have,

  • PSO 1. An ability to understand, analyze and design the electrical devices, power converters and control circuit for specific applications.
  • PSO 2. An ability to develop and utilize modern tools for modeling, analyzing and solving various engineering problems related to power system.

Current Year PG Syllabus Click Here   Previous Years PG Syllabus Click Here

Admission Criteria

All admissions to M.Tech. (PEPS) program are carried out as per the guidelines of State Common Entrance Test Cell, Maharashtra State, Mumbai, Government of Maharashtra.


Future Scope for Graduates

After the successful completion of this program, the graduates get absorbed in industry, research organizations and in teaching profession. Many of our graduates are pursuing their doctoral studies at IITs, NITs and some have become entrepreneurs.


Research Publications of PG Students

Sr.

No.

Title of Paper

Name of PG Student

Journal/ Conference Details

Dates

1.        

High Input Power Factor High frequency Push-pull DC/DC Converter

Asifa Sheikh

Medha Giri

 

IOSR Journal of Electrical and Electronics Vol. 11, Issue 4, ver.IV. pp. 42-47,

July- Aug. 2016

2.        

Battery Operated Sine Wave Inverter

Manshi Khandelwal

 

International Journal for Research Trends and Innovation, Vol. 2, Issue. 4, ISSN: 2456-3315

 

April- 2017

3.        

Closed Loop Control of Axial Flux Permanent Magnet BLDC Motor for Electric Vehicles

Anurag Khergade

IEEE 6th International Conference on Power System 2016, IIT Delhi

4th -6 th March 2016

4.        

Speed Control and Electrical Braking of Axial Flux BLDC Motor

Pooja Awari

IEEE 6th International Conference on Computer Applications in Electrical Engineering (CERA 2017), IIT Roorkee

5th – 7th Oct 2017

5.        

Energy Management of Supercapacitor with DC-DC Converter

Rahul V. Chakole

 

IEEE First International Conference on Power Electronics, Intelligent Control and Energy Systems (ICPEICES 2016),DTU,  New Delhi.

4th-6th July 2016

6.        

Analytical and Comparative Study of FHI-SPWM with SPWM Control Technique

Bhavika Shah

 

IEEE First International Conference on Power Electronics, Intelligent Control and Energy Systems (ICPEICES 2016),DTU,  New Delhi.

4th-6th July 2016

7.        

Solar Based Series Z-Source Inverter for Induction Motor Drive With Soft Starting

Rahul Adle

 

IEEE First International Conference on Power Electronics, Intelligent Control and Energy Systems (ICPEICES 2016),DTU,  New Delhi.

4th-6th July 2016

8.        

Adaptable Differential Relay using Fuzzy Logic Code in Digital Signal Controller for Transformer Protection

Madhura Deshmukh

IEEE International Scientific Conference on Power and Electrical Engineering of Riga Technical University (RTUCON) at Riga & Cesis, Latvia, Europe.

13-14 October 2016.

9.        

Nine Switch Controlled Induction Motor Drive with Unity and Leading Power factor

Chaitanya Jibhkate

 

IEEE International Conference on Electrical, Computer and Communication Technology, organized by SVS College of Engineering, Coimbatore, Tamilnadu

Feb. 22nd - 24th, 2017

10.     

Photovoltaic Based Series Z-Source Inverter fed Induction Motor Drive with Improved Shoot Through Technique

Rahul Adle

 

First international conference on Power Engineering Computer and Control ‘PECCON 2017’, organized by VIT University, Chennai campus

March  2nd  – 4th, 2017

11.     

DSSC: A Distributed Power Flow Controller

Sandeep Gaigowal

 

First international conference on Power Engineering Computer and Control ‘PECCON 2017’, organized by VIT University, Chennai campus

March  2nd  – 4th, 2017

12.     

Closed Loop Control of BLDC Motor Electric Vehicle 

 

Yogesh Mundhada

 

International Conference on Telecommunication, Power Analysis and Computing Techniques (ICTPAT-2017), organized by Bharat Institute of Higher education and Research, Chennai.

06th to 08th April 2017

13.     

Voltage Sag Compensation using Dynamic Voltage Restorer” in 

 

Ajay Kale

 

International Conference on Mechanical & Production Engineering (ICMPE) in association with Industrial Electronics & Electrical Engineering Forum, held at Pune.

16th April 2017

14.     

An Extinction Angle Control of Three Phase Induction Motor Drive for High Power Motors

Sakshi Shrivastava

 

International Conference on Telecommunication, Power Analysis and Computing Techniques (ICTPAT-2017), organized by Bharat Institute of Higher education and Research, Chennai.

06th to 08th April 2017

15.     

SOGI Based PLL for Single Phase Grid Synchronization

Dharmendra Yadeo

 

International Conference on Telecommunication, Power Analysis and Computing Techniques (ICTPAT-2017), organized by Bharat Institute of Higher education and Research, Chennai.

06th to 08th April 2017

16.     

Analysis of Inverters for Multidrive system

Utkarsha Sing

 

International Conference on Telecommunication, Power Analysis and Computing Techniques (ICTPAT-2017), organized by Bharat Institute of Higher education and Research, Chennai.

06th to 08th April 2017.

17.     

Simulation and Study of Three Phase Voltage Source Multilevel Inverter with Reduced switch Count” in  

 

Himanshu Pillewan

 

International Conference on Power & Embedded Drive control (ICPEDC-2017), organized by Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, SSN College of Engineering, Chennai.

16th to 18th March 2017

18.     

Simulation and Fabrication of Axial Flux Brushless DC Motor Drive

Pooja V Awari

 

International Conference on Telecommunication, Power Analysis and Computing Techniques (ICTPAT-2017), organized by Bharat Institute of Higher education and Research, Chennai.

06th to 08th April 2017

19.     

Comparison of Multilevel Inverter

Saikumar Suryavanshi

 

International Conference on Mechanical & Production Engineering (ICMPE) in association with Industrial Electronics & Electrical Engineering Forum, held at Pune.

16th April 2017

20.     

Comparison of Two Level & Three Level Five Phase Inverter

Aniket Bhivgade

 

International Conference on Mechanical & Production Engineering (ICMPE) in association with Industrial Electronics & Electrical Engineering Forum, held at Pune.

16th April 2017

21.     

Numerical Relay Based Transformer Protection

Vrushali Borikar

 

International Conference on Mechanical & Production Engineering (ICMPE) in association with Industrial Electronics & Electrical Engineering Forum, held at Pune.

16th April 2017

22.     

Energy Management System using Supercapacitor

Tarini Parmar

 

International Conference on Mechanical & Production Engineering (ICMPE) in association with Industrial Electronics & Electrical Engineering Forum, held at Pune.

16th April 2017

23.     

Solar powered Water Pumping Two Phase Induction Motor

Abhishek Junghare

 

International Conference on Telecommunication, Power Analysis and Computing Techniques (ICTPAT-2017), organized by Bharat Institute of Higher education and Research, Chennai.

06th to 08th April 2017

24.     

Inrush Current Analysis Using FFT For Transformer Protection

Priyanka Patil

 

International Conference on Mechanical & Production Engineering (ICMPE) in association with Industrial Electronics & Electrical Engineering Forum, held at Pune.

16th April 2017

25.     

HPWM Based Control Pulses Generation for Single Phase qZSI using DSC

Priyanka Kimmatkar

 

International Conference on Intelligent Computing and Control Systems (ICICCS), organized by Vaigai College of Engineering, Madurai, India

June 15-16, 2017

26.     

Implementation of Large and Medium Vectors SVPWM Technique in Five Phase Voltage Source Inverter

Bhavika Shah

Proc. IEEE International Conference on Intelligent Computing and Control Systems (ICICCS),Madurai.

 

15-16 June 2017

27.     

Generation of SPWM Control Pulses for ZSI Using dsPIC33EP256MU810

Punam C Moundekar

 

Helix Journal

Vol. 8(6): 4453- 4459

DOI 10.29042/2018-4453-4459

October 2018

 

28.     

Generation of SPWM Control Pulses for ZSI Using dsPIC33EP256MU810

Punam C Moundekar

 

2nd International Conference onElectronic Systems Signal Processing and Comuting technologies (ICESC-2018)

7th & 8th December 2018

29.     

ANN Based Technique for Discrimination Between Magnetising Inrush and Internal Fault Currents in Transformer

Ms. Mudita Mathur

International Journal of Science and Research with ISSN 2319-7069.

2013

30.     

A Novel Analog Technique Of Generation Of Three Phase SPWM Pulses For Three Phase Inverter.

Ms Smita B Ramtekkar

Engineering Science and Technology: An International Journal 5(ESTIJ) ,vol.3, no.2, pp.383-387, April 2013.

April 2013

31.     

Simulation of Induction Motor Modelling in MATLAB Software

Naintara Wasnik

International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), Vol. 2 Issue. 4, ISSN: 2278-0181.

April 2013.

32.     

Elimination of Flywheel of A Process Machine using Induction Motor Modelling Fed by Inverter

Naintara Wasnik,

International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), Vol. 2 Issue. 5, ISSN: 2278-0181.

May 2013.

33.     

Analysis & Hardware Implementation of Three-Phase Voltage Source Inverter

Prachi S. Dharmadhikari

International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), Volume 2,Issue 5

on May 2013

34.     

Simulation of Inverter Fed Five Phase Induction Motor

 

Palak G. Sharma

International Journal of Science & Research (IJSR), Volume 2,Issue 2, with ISSN: 2319-7064

February 2013

35.     

Fault Identification of HVDC Converter Using Artificial Neural Network

 

Madhuri S Shastrakar

International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology (IJERT), Volume 2 Issue 3,

May 2013.

36.     

Application of Artificial Neural Network in Fault Detection of HVDC Converter

Madhuri S Shastrakar

International Journal of Engineering Research and Technology (IJERT),Volume 2 Issue 3

May 2013.)

37.     

Comparison of simulation Results of Three Level and Five Level H-Bridge Inverter and hardware implementation of Single Leg H-Bridge Three Level Inverter

 

Mamta Kokate

 

 

 

 

 

International Journal of Innovative Research and Studies, vol. 2, issue 4, pp. 387-401

April 2013.

38.     

Numerical Quadrilateral Distance Relay

Tushar Yessansure

International Journal of Innovative Research in Science, Engineering and Technology. Vol. 2, no. 7, pp. 2920-2927,

ISSN: 2319-8753

July-2013

39.     

Microcontroller  based MPPT Buck-Boost Converter Using 555 Timer’

Angha Mudki

International Journal of Engineering Research and  Technology

ISSN 2278-0181,vol-2, issue-7.

July 2013

40.     

 Simulation of Multilevel Inverter using Sinusoidal Pulse Width Modulation Technique,” pp. 29-32.

 

Mamta Kokate

National Conference on Innovative Paradigms in Engineering & Technology, NCIPET-2013

Feb 17-2013.

41.     

Development of Solar Photovoltaic Model Using Matlab/simulink, pp. 28, ,

 

Jyoti M. Kumbhare

National Conference on Advanced Research Trendsin Sciences (NCARTS 2013)

18-19 January 2013

42.     

Simulation of Three Phase Line Commutated Inverter for Grid Connected Solar Photovoltaic System

Jyoti M. Kumbhare

National Conference on Recent Advances in Electrical Engineering (RAEE-2013),

9th March, 2013

43.     

Three Phase Cycloconverter Simulation

Naintara Washnik

National Conference on Advanced Research Trendsin Sciences (NCARTS 2013)

18-19 January 2013

44.     

Z- Source High Frequency AC/DC Push- Pull Converter with High Input Power Factor

Medha Giri

 

International Conference on Energy, Communication, Data Analysis and Soft Computing (ICECDS 2017) at SKR Engineering College, Poonamallee Chennai.

1-2 August 2017

45.     

Implementation of Large and Medium Vectors for SVPWM technique in five phase Voltage Source Inverter

Bhavika Shah

International Conference on Energy, Communication, Data Analysis and Soft Computing (ICECDS 2017) at SKR Engineering College, Poonamallee Chennai.

1-2 August 2017

46.     

Study of Single Phase Multilevel Inverter Topologies Suitable for Photovoltaic Applications

Manoj Waghmare

IEEE International Conference on Energy, Communication, Data Analysis and Soft Computing (ICECDS 2017) at SKR Engineering College, Poonamallee Chennai.

-2 August 2017

47.     

Proportional Resonant Control Technique for Grid Interfacing of Multilevel Inverter

Manoj Waghmare

 

International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering, Science and Technology (ICETEST 2018),Organised by Government College of Engineering, Trissur, Kerala

18-20 Jan. 2018

48.     

Proportional Resonant Control Technique for Grid Interfacing of Multilevel Inverter

Manoj Waghmare

 

Proc. International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering, Science and Technology (ICETEST 2018), organized by Government College of Engineering, Trissur, Kerala.

18-20 January 2018.

49.     

Design of Isolated Bi-Directional Converter for PV System

Anshadha Chandekar

 

International Conference on Inventive Communication and Computational Technology (ICICCT),

organized by IEEE, Coimbatore

20-21 April 2018

50.     

 Unity Power Factor Three Phase Induction Motor Drive Using Combined Extinction Angle and PWM Controlled Technique

Medha Giri

 

An IEEE PES  Co-sponsored International Conference on Smart Electric Drives and Power System ICSEDPS) 

 

12th-13th June 2018

51.     

DC-DC Converter for Electric Vehicular Application

Diksha S. Ramteke

4th International Conference on Recent Challenges in Engineering and Technology (ICRCET-18) Organised by Institute of Engineering Research and Publication (IFERP) , Pune

2nd -3rd April 2018.

52.     

Isolated DC-DC Converter Fed DC            Motor for Bidirectional Electric Vehicular Application

Diksha S. Ramteke

An IEEE PES Co-sponsored International Conference on Smart Electric Drives and Power System (ICSEDPS)

12th-13th June 2018

53.     

Control of single phase dynamic voltage restorer (DVR) to mitigate voltage sag

Priyanka Narnaware

 

An IEEE PES  Co-sponsored International Conference on Smart Electric Drives and Power System ICSEDPS) 

 

12th-13th June 2018.

54.     

Comparative Study of IPD and POD for Three level Five Phase Inverter

Sharvary Lihitkar

An IEEE PES  Co-sponsored International Conference on Smart Electric Drives and Power System ICSEDPS) 

 

12th-13th June 2018.

55.     

Comparative Analysis of Modulating Technique in Three Level Cascaded H-bridge Inverter

Minakshi Bopche

An IEEE PES  Co-sponsored International Conference on Smart Electric Drives and Power System ICSEDPS) 

 

12th-13th June 2018.

56.     

On the Interfacing of Photovoltaic System Inverter with Utility Grid

Ayushi Dubey

 

An IEEE PES  Co-sponsored International Conference on Smart Electric Drives and Power System ICSEDPS) 

12th-13th June 2018.

57.     

Over-Flux Protection of the Transformer

Pushpak Nimkar

 

An IEEE PES  Co-sponsored International Conference on Smart Electric Drives and Power System ICSEDPS) 

 

12th-13th June 2018.

58.     

A Preliminary Study on Harmonics Generated by the Grid-Connected PV System on Distribution Transformer

Ayushi Dubey 

Anshada Chandekar

Minakshi Bopche

An IEEE PES  Co-sponsored International Conference on Smart Electric Drives and Power System ICSEDPS) 

 

12th-13th June 2018.

59.     

Modelling and Simulation of Solar Photovoltaic Fed DC Motor for Sewing Machine using MPPT

Piyali Saha

 

An IEEE PES  Co-sponsored International Conference on Smart Electric Drives and Power System ICSEDPS)

 

12th-13th June 2018.

60.     

Power Sharing in Electric Vehicle using Hybrid Energy Storage System

Prachi Hatwar

Rohan Bhende

Juhi Ingole

 

An IEEE PES  Co-sponsored International Conference on Smart Electric Drives and Power System ICSEDPS)

          

 

12th-13th June 2018.

61.     

Generation of SPWM control pulses for Voltage Source Inverter using DSPIC33EP256MU810

Punam Mondekar

An IEEE PES  Co-sponsored International Conference on Smart Electric Drives and Power System ICSEDPS)

12th-13th June 2018.

62.     

Ultra Low Frequency Low power Oscillator using Ultra-Capacitor and Advanced Flywheel

Rohan Berde

 

An IEEE PES  Co-sponsored International Conference on Smart Electric Drives and Power System ICSEDPS)

 

12th-13th June 2018.

63.     

A Sine Pulse Width Modulation based Four Leg Voltage Source Inverter Drive for Asymmetrical Two Phase Induction Motor

Prachi Hatwar

Minakshi Bopche Kunal Sen

An IEEE PES  Co-sponsored International Conference on Smart Electric Drives and Power System ICSEDPS)

12th-13th June 2018.

Industry Internships/Training by PG Students

The students have undergone internships/trainings in following industries.

Sr. No.

Name of Industry

1.       

Paramount Conductors Ltd., MIDC, Hingna, Nagpur

2.       

SEE-Tech Solutions Pvt. Ltd., Nagpur

3.       

Chandrapur Super Thermal power Station, Chandrapur

4.       

Maharashtra Elektrosmelt Ltd., Chandrapur

5.       

MAHAGENCO Koradi Training Centre, Nagpur

6.       

Maharashtra State Electricity Transmission Co. Ltd.

PG Students Pursuing Doctoral Studies

Glimpses of Student Activities

M.Tech (PEPS) Graduates during the Graduation Ceremony

Students of M.Tech (PEPS) exhibiting their project in ELECRAMA 2016 at Bangalore

Students of M.Tech(PEPS) exhibiting project in All India Seminar & Exhibition ‘Clean Energy 2016’

Workshops on Microcontroller Applications conducted by PG Students

Industry Visit by PG Students

Faculty Members teaching to M.Tech. (PEPS)

Sr. No.

Name

Qualification

Area of interest

1.       

Prof. V. T. Barhate

PhD, M.Tech.

Power System, Applications of Artificial Intelligence

2.       

Prof. M. M. Renge

PhD, M.Tech.

Control System, Power Electronics,  Power System

3.       

Prof. S. B. Bodkhe

PhD, M.Tech.

Electrical Machines, Drives, Power Electronics, Solar PV systems Electricity tariff

4.       

Prof. T. G. Arora

PhD, M.Tech.

Power System, High Voltage Systems

5.       

Prof. S. D. Naik

PhD, M.Tech.

Power System

6.       

Prof. R. G. Deshbratar

M.Tech.

Renewable Energy

7.       

Prof. U. B. Mujumdar

PhD, M.Tech.

Power Electronics, Power System

8.       

Prof. Mrs. S. H. Deshmukh

PhD, M.Tech.

Power System

9.       

Prof. Mrs. V. A. Huchche

PhD, M.Tech.

Power System

10.   

Prof. Mrs. P. V. Kapoor

M.Tech., PhD (Thesis Submitted)

Power Electronics

11.   

Prof. Mrs. S. C. Rangari

PhD, M.Tech.

Electrical Machines, Power System

12.   

Prof. Mrs. P. A. Salodkar

PhD, M.Tech.

Solar PV systems, Power System

13.   

Prof. M. B. Gaikwad

M.Tech

Power System

14.   

Prof. G. N. Goyal

Ph.D, M.Tech

Electric Drives, Power System

15.   

Prof. Mrs. M. V. Palandurkar

PhD, M.Tech.

Electric Drives, Power System

16.   

Prof. Mrs. S. V. Umredkar

M.Tech., PhD (Pursuing)

Industrial Drives

17.   

Prof. Piyush Khadke

PhD, M.Tech.

Power System

18.   

Prof. Pankaj Sawarkar

M.Tech., PhD (Pursuing)

Solar PV systems, Power Electronics, Power System


Coordinator

Dr. Sanjay Bodkhe
Professor of Electrical Engineering

Email: bodkhesb@rknec.edu

Cell: 91-9822718740

Research Center

The department of Electrical Engineering is approved as Research Centre by RashtrasantTukdoji Maharaj Nagpur University.

List of RTMNU Approved Supervisors for Doctoral Studies:

Sr. No Name of Faculty Qualification Designation Area of Interest

1

Dr. M. M. Renge PhD (EE), M.Tech (ECS),
B.E. (EE)
Professor Induction Motor Drive (Power Electronics, Machines and DSP)

2

Dr. S. B. Bodkhe PhD (EE), M.Tech (IPS),
B.E. (EE)
Professor Electrical Machines & Drives

List of Faculty Members with PhD:

Sr. No Name of Faculty Qualification Designation Area of Interest
1 Dr. V. T. Barhate PhD, M.Tech(IPS) HOD Microprocessors, Computer Methods in Power System Analysis, Processor Application in power Systems, Fuzzy Logic, Neural Networks.
2 Dr. M. M. Renge PhD (EE), M.E. (Control System),
B.E. (EE)
Professor Induction Motor Drive (Power Electronics, Machines and DSP)
3 Dr. S. B. Bodkhe PhD (EE), M.Tech (IPS),
B.E. (EE)
Professor Electrical Machines & Drives
4 Dr. T. G. Arora PhD (EE), M.Tech(IPS),
B.E. (E&P)
Associate Professor High Voltage Engineering, Power System Protection
5 Dr. S. D. Naik PhD (EE), M.Tech (IPS),
B.E. (E&P)
Associate Professor Power System Analysis, Voltage Stability, Control Systems
6 Dr.U.B.Mujumdar PhD (EE), M.E. By Research
B.E. (E&P)
Associate Professor Renewable Energy Source, Digital Electronic & Microprocessors
7 Dr.(Mrs.).S.H.Deshmukh PhD (EE), M.Tech (IPS),
B.E. (E&P)
Assistant Professor Power Quality & Drives, Electrical Machines Electrical Machine Design.
8 Dr.(Mrs.).V.A.Huchche PhD (EE), M.Tech (IPS),
B.E. (E&P)
Assistant Professor Power Electronics & Drives Power System Engineering, Control System
9 Dr. (Mrs) M. V. Palandurkar PhD (EE), M.Tech (Power System),
B.E. (E&P)
Assistant Professor Power Electronics & Drives, Power System Engineering, Energy Storage
10 Dr.(Mrs.).S.C.Rangari PhD (EE), M.Tech (IPS),
B.E. (E&P)
Assistant Professor Power Electronics & Drives, Electrical Machines.
11 Dr.(Mrs.).P.A.Salodkar PhD (EE), M.Tech (IPS),
B.E. (E&P)
Assistant Professor Renewable Energy Source in Power Electronic Application, Power System Engineering
12 Dr.P.M.Khadke PhD (EE), M.Tech (IPS),
B.E. (E&P)
Assistant Professor Power System Engineering
13 Dr. G.N.Goyal Ph.D, M.Tech (PEPS), BE ( Electrical & Electronics) Assistant Professor Power Electronics & Drives

Number of PhD awarded: 13
Number of PhD thesis submitted:01


List of Patent


S N Name of Coordinator Name of the Patent published/awarded Year of Published/ Award Application/Patent Number Published/Awarded
1 Dr.D.R.Tutakne Dr.M.M.Renge Remote Condition Monitoring System for Distribution Transformer 2014 3749/MUM/2014 Dt. 26/11/2014 Filed
2 Dr.D.R.Tutakne
Komal Ambhorkar
Soft Start High Power factor PWM controlled Variable voltage 3 phase Induction Motor Drive 2015 418/MUM/2015, Dt. 9/2/2015 Filed
3 Dr.D.R.Tutakne Combined excitation angle & PWM controlled three phase induction motor drive 2015 3495/MUM/2015 Filed
4 Prof. P. R. Sawarkar
Dr. S. G. Tarnekar,
Prof. J. G. Chaudhari
Mr. P. P. Kose
Ultra-Low-Frequency Low-Power Oscillator using a Charged Ultra-Capacitor 2016 Application No: 201621008471 Filed
5 Prof. P. R. Sawarkar
Dr. S. G. Tarnekar,
Prof. J. G. Chaudhari
Mr. P. P. Kose
Ultra-low-frequency low-power oscillator using an ultra-capacitor and an advanced flywheel 2016 Application No: 201621008469 Filed
6 Prof. P. R. Sawarkar
Dr. V. T. Barhate
Construction of variable voltage & amp, variable frequency alternating voltage from DC series 2018 201821022341 Filed


Faculty Publications

S.No Year National / International Journal National / International Conference Total
1 2019-20 -- -- --
2 2018-19 16 06 22
3 2017-18 14 30 44
4 2016-17 05 31 36
5 2015-16 05 23 28


List of Publications Yearwise See list

Events/Activities

The Electrical Engineering Students’ Association (EESA) organizes various activities like Guest Lecture, Workshops, Industrial Visits, Cultural Activities, Sports etc. These activities have become an important part for students. They expose students to real-world life experiences and students get to see the insight and perspective particular field.

Guest Lecture

Workshops

Industrial Visit



Industrial Visit to “AllainDuhangan Hydro Power Plant”, Manali on 17th December 2013.
A trip to Chandrapur HVDC Students for Final Year Students
A trip to Khaperkheda Thermal Power Plant for Third Year Students

Faculty

  

Dr. Vinay Barhate

Associate Professor & Head of Department

Total Teaching Experience : 33.0yrs
Subject Specialization : Microprocessors,Computer Methods in Power System Analysis,Processor Application in power Systems, Fuzzy Logic, Neural Networks.

Achievements : Implemented successfully On Line Admission process for the first time in Institution while working as Dean Admissions. Applied for FN/PIO/NRI admission Quota and received approval for the same from AICTE. Visited many foreign Countries for promotion of FN/PIO/NRI Quota while working as Dean Admiswsions as well as Dean International Cell and improved the number of admissions under this quota.

Awards : Best paper award in International Conference Also received 6 awards in the field of Education and Social works ( Instituted by NGOs and not by Government or University )

Qualification : M.Tech.(IPS) and Ph.D.
Email : hodelectrical@rknec.edu


Dr. Mohan M Renge

Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 28.0yrs


Achievements : Approved Guide by RTM Nagpur University for Ph.D. and also for M.E. by Research programs, 40 publications to his credits in National and International Journals and conferences, Reviewer of many journals and conferences, Received grants from AICTE under MODROB and from FIST under infrastructure development.

Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D.
Email : rengemm@rknec.edu


Dr. Sanjay Bhaurao Bodkhe

Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 27.0yrs


Awards : Best Teacher Award Best Paper Award

Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D.
Email : bodkhesb@rknec.edu


Dr. Triloksingh Gurubaxsingh Arora

Associate Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 32.0yrs
Subject Specialization : High Voltage Engineering

Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D.
Email : aroratg@rknec.edu


Prof. Jayant Sudhakar Joshi

Associate Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 25.0yrs


Awards : Annual best technical lecture award by Institution of Engineers, Nagpur in yr 1990.

Qualification : M.Tech
Email : joshijs@rknec.edu


Prof. Niranjan Manohar Deshkar

Associate Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 32.0yrs
Subject Specialization : Basic Electrical Engg.Power Electronics,Drives

Achievements : Elected on SENATE and Management Council of RTMNU.

Qualification : M.Tech
Email : deshkarnm@rknec.edu


Prof. Rajan Govindrao Harkare

Associate Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 33.0yrs


Qualification : M.Tech
Email : harkarerg@rknec.edu


Dr. SHRIKANT DURGADASPANT NAIK

Associate Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 27.0yrs


Achievements : -

Awards : Best paper award at International conference HKICEAS-2014 Hongkong

Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D.
Email : naiksd@rknec.edu


Prof. Ravi Ganpatrao Deshbhratar

Associate Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 28.0yrs
Subject Specialization : Electrical Machines, Network Analysis, Power electronics, Electrical Power Distribution Systems

Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D. Registered
Email : deshbhratarrg@rknec.edu


Dr. Uday Bhalchandra Mujumdar

Associate Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 22.0yrs
Subject Specialization : Industrial Automation, Power Electronics applications in PV system.

Qualification : ME and Ph.D.
Email : mujumdarub@rknec.edu


Dr. Sangita Hemant Deshmukh

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 14.0yrs
Subject Specialization : Electrical Engeering

Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D.
Email : deshmukhsh@rknec.edu


Dr. VIJAYA A HUCHCHE

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 18.4yrs


Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D.
Email : huchchev@rknec.edu


Prof. PREETI VINIT KAPOOR

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 15.0yrs


Qualification : M.E. and Ph.D. Registered
Email : kapoorpv@rknec.edu


Prof. Manisha Bhagwantrao Gaikwad

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 19.2yrs


Qualification : M.Tech
Email : gaikwadmb@rknec.edu


Dr. Sonali Chetan Rangari

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 15.0yrs
Subject Specialization : Power Electronics,Machine

Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D.
Email : rangaris@rknec.edu


Dr. Prachi Abhijit Salodkar

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 13.5yrs


Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D.
Email : salodkarpa@rknec.edu


Dr. GAURAV GOYAL

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 10.0yrs
Subject Specialization : Electrical Power Systems, Drives

Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D.
Email : goyalg@rknec.edu


Dr. Manjusha V Palandurkar

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 20.0yrs
Subject Specialization : Energy Storage Device, Power Electronics

Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D.
Email : palandurkarmv@rknec.edu


Prof. Sheetal Vishal Umredkar

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 9.0yrs
Subject Specialization : Industrial System and Drives

Qualification : M.E.
Email : umredkars@rknec.edu


Dr. Piyush M. Khadke

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 2.5yrs


Achievements : "BEST PAPER AWARD" @ SPRINGER SIGMA-2018 INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

Awards : "ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD" IN M.TECH (IPS) 2014 (VNIT Nagpur)

Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D.
Email : khadkepm@rknec.edu


Prof. Pankaj R. Sawarkar

Assistant Professor

Total Teaching Experience : 10.0yrs


Qualification : M.Tech and Ph.D. Registered
Email : sawarkarp@rknec.edu


Student

Students Society, Students Achievements, Students Chapter.

Students Society
Students Achievements

Achievements

    FACULTY ACHIEVEMENTS:

  • 13 Faculty members are Ph.D holders and 2 faculty members are pursuing Ph.D
  • Two faculty members are “Certified Energy Auditor” by Bureau of Energy Efficiency (BEE)
  • Four patents are applied by faculty.
  • Faculty members are conferred with Distinguished Awards for the contribution in Education and Social fields.
  • One Faculty member is Evaluator of National Board of Accreditation(NBA)
  • Faculty members are reviewers of IEEE /IET transaction papers
  • Average experience of Faculty in Education and Industry is around 21
  • Faculty members contributed/contributing at various Institute level posts like Member Secretary-IQAC, Dean - Admissions, Dean International Cell, Dean R& D, Head Equivalence Committee, Prof. In-charge of Training & Placement, MIS, Campus centre, Hostel warden, SRC and NSS.

EMPOWER SeePhoto Gallery

ELECTRICAL MAINTAINANCE

Prof.N.M.Deshkar from Electrical Department is Prof. In-charge of overall electrical maintenance of Institute. Electrical power distribution system is designed in department right from preparation of drawing, estimates, BOQ etc. For new proposed electrical work. This also includes the T/F substations and protection.

Energy bill of every month is checked by Prof.N.M.Deshkar and measures are taken to reduce the bill by implementation of some gadgets like capacitors, APFC panel, LED lights etc.

As per Bombay public trust act electricity duty is exempted to educational institute. Till year 2014 energy duty was reflected in energy bill. This fact was pointed out by Prof.Deshkar & submitted repeated applications for exemption & refund of paid duty. After a long struggle with SEB / DISCOM, State Government refunded Rs. 85.00 lakhs to institute by way of adjustment in energy bill. Institute received credit bills for about one year till the refund amount is adjusted


INNOVATIVE PRACTICES

  1. The departmental faculty has been organizing Annual Mega Event “EMPOWER” for the third, final and M. Tech students of all the engineering colleges in Central India. A large contingent of practicing engineers from several multinational and national manufacturing and service industries visit the department for two days. Every company explains their latest technologies and showcases their latest products to the small group of 18-20 students every hour in round robin manner. Several industries and institutions now wait for participating in this Unique Mega Event “EMPOWER” which is conducted in February-March every year.
  2. The departmental faculty organizes annual Workshop on Robotics for participants from a large number of institutions in the region. This workshop gives first hand practice to students in developing applications in robotic field.
  3. The departmental faculty has developed a unique application SGPA Planner”, which enables the students to calculate his target SGPA in the current semester in order to achieve the desired CGPA at the end of the semester. The student thus knows the extent of the efforts required in different subjects, as per his strength and weaknesses, to achieve the target CGPA at given level.
  4. The first year students are required to submit the Energy Sheet in which the student has to observe the rating and specifications of all the domestic electric appliances, note the operating time of each, calculate monthly energy consumption, study the details of tariff, calculate the monthly energy bill and compare the same with the actual electricity bill.
  5. Every student of third year undertakes “Industrial Visit” and develops the electrical single line diagram while noting down all the relevant technical details of various electrical components used in industrial electrical installation. This practice gives them excellent opportunity to correlate the technical knowledge earned in the classroom with that of its actual use in practice.

Faculty invited as Resource Person in other organization

S.No. Year Number of Faculties
1 2018-19 08
2 2017-18 19
3 2016-17 06
4 2015-16 18
5 2014-15 08
6 2013-14 06
  2017-19    2016-2017    2015-2016    2014-2015    2013-2014 
List of Faculty Participated in Two Week / One Week FDP/ conference/ workshop/ STTP
See here

Infrastructure


Electrical Engineering Lab (I Year)
High Voltage Engineering Lab
High Voltage Engineering Lab
Electrical Machines Lab
Electrical Machines Lab
Switch Gear Protection Lab
Switch Gear Protection Lab
Power Electronics Lab
Microprocessor Lab
Microprocessor Lab
Network Analysis Lab
Control System Lab
Computer Lab
Electrical Measurement Lab

List of Laboratories

S.No.

Name of Laboratory

Amount (Rs.)

1

Electrical Machines lab.

1124060.85

2

First Year (E.T.) lab.

1132354.12

3

Electrical Measurements lab.

775230.50

4

Switch Gear and Protection lab.

1140082.47

5

Power Electronics lab.

564597.56

6

High Voltage lab.

2374420.70

7

Electrical Workshop

341790.00

8

Control System lab

394931.00

9

Network Analysis lab

444338.00

10

Microprocessor & Interfacing

322593.60

11

Project lab.

2006847.31

12

Computer Facilities lab.

2521756.97

13

Research Lab

5185135.00

14

Advance Power Electronics

176740.20

TOTAL

18504878.28


Electrical Engineering Lab (I Year)

This is the basic lab of the electrical engineering at the first year level. This laboratory has state of art equipments. The digital meters are used for measurement of basic parameters of electrical engineering i.e. voltage, current and power.

Major experiments in this lab is on verification of KVL & KCL, power factor improvement, series & parallel resonance, star & delta connections, polar curve etc.


High Voltage Engineering Lab

High Voltage (HV) Engineering is a compulsory subject (Theory & Practical) for BE Electrical VII Sem Students. High Voltage Engineering laboratory is well equipped to familiarize the students with the conceptual aspects of this subject and give them practical basis of high voltage testing. Under graduates projects in the area of High Voltage Engineering are carried out in the lab. Adequate safety measures are provided in the lab. Lab has good facility for testing as well as research.


Microprocessor Lab

The laboratory work for the course Microprocessor& Interfacing (V sem) and Processor Applications in Power system (M.Tech-I Sem) is conducted in this laboratory.

The laboratory is well equipped with following Trainer/ Interfacing kits for the conduction of experiments:

  • 8085 based Microprocessor Trainers
  • 8051 based Microcontroller Trainers
  • 8255,8253,8279 peripherals based Interfacing boards,
  • ADC/DAC kits
  • Relay/SCR control cards

Network Analysis Lab

In this lab the experiments based on the subject, Network Analysis taught in BE III Sem are conducted. In this, the experiments on verification of various network theorems e.g. Thevenin’s Theorem, Norton’s Theorem, Superposition Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Theorem etc. are done. Various network parameters like z parameter, network functions for a given circuit are experimentally found as well as the principle of series/parallel resonance for RLC circuits are studied.

            Students get a good exposure of different methods of solving the complicated circuit practically and they come close to the various practical problems and their respective/prospective solutions here. There are all necessary ranges of voltmeters, ammeters & rheostats with the kits of above mentioned theorems.

Placements

  • Students are placed in reputed organizations like General Motors, HP, Jindal Steel and Power, L&T, Reliance Energy, Tata Motors and many other multinational companies such as Accenture, Capgemini, L&T InfoTech, Mahindra & Mahindra LTD., Mahindra Satyam & Tech Mahindra, Swapoorji Pallonji and co. Ltd, Wipro Technologies, Persistent Systems Ltd, KPIT Cummins, MU Sigma Business Solutions Ltd, Infocepts, Cybage,Varroc, Visa Steel, AFCONS, Emerson etc., through the campus placement process.

STUDENT PLACEMENT RECORD

S.No. Year Number of Placements Number of Students Placed
1 2019-20(Till Date) 34 26
2 2018-19 35 31
3 2017-18 47 41
4 2016-17 40 37
5 2015-16 55 53
6 2014-15 59 52
7 2013-14 45 42




  For yearwise segregated list See details 

Major Recruiters