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Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Electrical Engineering Department, established in the year 2010 is one of the oldest departments of HIET,Shahpur. The department has been imparting quality education at Mechanical B.Tech aspirants. The faculty members  has been active in teaching and research activities. The course curriculum is being revised from time to time so as to keep abreast with the latest developments and emerging technologies. Various departmental laboratories have been strengthened and modernized by procuring state of art equipments. The department is equipped with the latest experimental and computational facilities for taking up R&D and consultancy activities in different areas of electrical engineering. Electrical engineers design, develop, test electrical equipment such as electric motors, Radar and navigation systems and power generation equipment.

 

Electrical & Electronics Engineering is a growing and one of the most sought discipline in the field of engineering study. Electrical Engineers also design the electrical systems of automobiles and aircraft. The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering has been playing a vital role in producing technologists of highest caliber ever since it was established in the year 2010. The department runs undergraduate to cater the ever-challenging needs of technical excellence in all areas of electrical engineering. In addition to the strong undergraduate programs such as integrated electronics and circuits, Tele-communications, Computer technology, Control & Automation, Power systems & Power electronics. Power System has been a thrust area in Electrical Engineering. But with the advent of Power Electronics devices, the contemporary Power System has changed and it took a new phase. The Power Electronics has significant role in various phases of power system. The generation of electric power using alternative/ renewable energy sources has become very popular nowadays. The department has distinguished faculty, all holding degrees from renowned institutes in India like NITTTR, NIT and Thapar University and they are constantly carrying out research on many innovative technologies.

About Department

The main areas of learning in this program pertain to principles and analysis of equipment and systems use in the generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electrical energy. Other areas of learning pertain to electronic devices and circuits used in the measurement, instrumentation, control and protection of electrical equipments and conversion systems. Students also learn concepts related to computers and applications for computer based systems used in the design, analysis and operation of power system. Students execute mini-projects in their laboratory courses. They are also encouraged to publish papers in national and international conferences. They are actively engaged in multidisciplinary work on satellites (Studsat), Robotics and MEMS.

Employment Opportunities

Industrial visits and talks by experts are regularly arranged. Students are given rigorous training by Expert Trainers, to enhance their chances of being placed in a reputed/renowned company. Reputed and Eminent companies like IBM, KPIT, Microsoft, Infosys, Cognizant, Wipro, CapGemini, L&T Infotech, Sasken, etc. have successfully placed /hired our Students.

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Program Overview

Vision

To produce quality Electrical & Electronics Engineers capable of resolving scientific and industrial challenges thus making them more employable.

Mission

* To provide the students with strong fundamentals in basic sciences and engineering. * To make students technically strong to pursue higher studies and meet innovative challenges. * To instill leadership qualities and ethical values.

Course Outcome

* The Electrical and Electronics engineering graduates will have successful careers in core engineering and allied fields. * The Electrical and Electronics engineering graduates will pursue higher education and research. * Will possess leadership qualities imbibed with ethical values.

Electrical & Electronics Engineering Subject plans

1st Semester
Courses Type Marks CODE
English Communication Skills
Theory 100 HS-101
Engineering Math-I
Theory 100 MA-101
Engineering Physics/ Chemistry
Theory 100 PH-101/ CH-101
Engineering Mechanics/ Principles of Electrical Engineering
Theory 100 ME-101/ EE-101
Computer Fundamentals and Programming in C++/ Fundamentals of Electronics Engineering
Theory 100 CS-101/ EC-101
Engineering Drawing & Graphics/ Workshop Technology
Theory 100 ME-102/ ME-103
Environmental Science/ Disaster Management
Theory 100 HS-102/ HS-103
Computer Lab/ Electrical Engineering
Labs 50 HS-111/ EE-111
Engineering Physics/ Chemistry
Labs 50 PH-111/ CH-111
Computer Programming/ Electronics Engineering
Labs 50 CS-111/ EC-111
2nd Semester
Courses Type Marks CODE
Business Communications
Theory 100 HS-204
Engineering Math-II
Theory 100 MA-202
Engineering Chemistry/ Physics
Theory 100 CH-101/ PH-101
Principles of Electrical Engineering/ Engineering Mechanics
Theory 100 EE-101/ ME-101
Fundamentals of Electronics Engineering/ Introduction to Fundamental and Programming C++
Theory 100 EC-101/ CS-101
Workshop Technology/ Engineering Design & Graphics
Theory 100 ME-103/ ME-102
Disaster Management/ Environmental Science
Theory 100 HS-103/ HS-102
Electrical Engineering/ Communication
Labs 50 EE-111/ HS-111
Engineering Chemistry/ Physics
Labs 50 CH-111/ PH-111
Electronics Engineering/ Computer Programming
Labs 50 EC-111/ CS-111
3rd Semester
Courses Type Marks CODE
Probability and Statistics
Theory 100 MA-301
Industrial Economics & Management
Theory 100 HS-305
Analog Electronics
Theory 100 EC-301
Digital Electronics
Theory 100 EC-302
Network Analysis and Synthesis
Theory 100 EC-303
Electrical & Electronic Measurements
Theory 100 EEE-301
Analog Electronics
Lab 50 EC-305
Digital Electronics
Lab 50 EC-306
Electrical & Electronic AMnagement
Lab 50 EEE-311
Sociology & Elements of Indian History for Engineers
Open Elective 100 HS-306
German Language - I
Open Elective 100 HS-307
French Language –I
Open Elective 100 HS-308
4th Semester
Courses Type Marks CODE
Optimization & Calculus of Variations
Theory 100 MA-401
Human Values & Professional Ethics
Theory 100 HS-409
Electrical Machine
Theory 100 EEE-401
Power System
Theory 100 EEE-402
Power Electronics
Theory 100 EEE-403
Electromagnetic Field Theory
Theory 100 EEE-404
Electrical Machine
Lab 50 EEE-411
Power Electronics
Lab 50 EEE-412
Electrical Simulation Lab- I
Lab 50 EE-413
Law of Engineers
Open Elective 100 HS-410
German Language - II
Open Elective 100 HS-411
French Language – II
Open Elective 100 HS-412
5th Semester
Courses Type Marks CODE
Microprocessor Architecture and Interfacing
Theory 100 EEE-501
Switchgearand Protection
Theory 100 EEE-502
Electrical Machines -II
Theory 100 EEE-503
Signals & Systems
Theory 100 EEE-504
Transducers and Signal Conditioning
Theory 100 EEE-505
Communication Systems
Theory 100 EEE-506
Electrical Machines -II
Lab 50 EEE-511
Switchgear and Protection & Microprocessor
Lab 50 EEE-512
Signals & Systems
Lab 50 EEE-513
Non-Conventional Electrical Power Generation
Open Elective 100 EEE-508
Electrical & Electronics Engineering Materials and their applications
Open Elective 100 EEE-509
Design of Hydro Power Station
Open Elective 100 EEE-510
6th Semester
Courses Type Marks CODE
Control Engineering
Theory 100 EEE-601
Energy Auditing and Management
Theory 100 EEE-602
Digital Signal Processing
Theory 100 EC-604
Electric Drives
Theory 100 EEE-603
Estimation and costing Practice
Theory 100 EEE-604
Embedded Systems
Theory 100 EEE-605
Control Engineering
Lab 50 EEE-611
Digital Signal Processing & Embedded Systems Lab
Lab 50 EEE-612
Seminar
- 100 EEE-613
Power System Operation & Control
Programme Elective 100 EEE-608
Soft Computing
Programme Elective 100 EEE-609
Digital Communication
Programme Elective 100 EEE-610
7th Semester
Courses Type Marks CODE
Power System Analysis
Theory 100 EEE-701
Modern Control Systems
Theory 100 EEE-702
High Voltage Engineering
Theory 100 EEE-703
Microelectronics and Integrated Circuits
Theory 100 EEE-704
Project Work –I
- 100 EEE-711
Industrial /Practical Training
- 100 EEE-712
Power System Analysis
Lab 50 EEE-713
Wireless Communication
Proramme Elective 100 EEE-708
Deregulation of Power System
Programme Elective 100 EEE-709
Power Plant Engineering
Programme Elective 100 EEE-710
8th Semester
Courses Type Marks CODE
Project Work - II
- 100 EEE-807
Industrial Project
- 100 EEE-808
Power System Planning
Programme Elective III 100 EEE-803
Electric Power Utilization
Programme Elective III 100 EEE-802
Digital Image Processing
Programme Elective III 100 EC-804
Advanced Power Electronics
Programme Elective - IV 100 EEE-804
Flexible AC Transmission System
Programme Elective - IV 100 EEE-805
Biomedical Engineering
Programme Elective - IV 100 EEE-806

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