ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Department Profile

Electrical Engineering is a field of engineering that generally deals with the study and application of Electricity, Electronics and Electromagnetism. Electrical engineering is focused on developing the technology surrounding electricity, electronics, circuits, and embedded design systems. They work on a wide variety of electronic components, devices, and systems found in computers, robotics, telecommunications, power systems, and more.

The department of E.E.E. has fully equipped state of the art labs with modern technology. It has rich experienced and dedicated faculty with background of industry and teaching experience which moulds enthusiastic students into excellent engineers. The exposure to the latest technologies fosters creativity and independent thinking of students. The curriculum is designed in such a way that it can fulfill the following objectives:

Graduate should be cognizant in basic Sciences, fundamental Engineering stream along with contemporary problem solving, critical analytical skills in Electronics and Electrical Engineering and allied fields.

Graduate should understand the issues related to design and development and should update the knowledge skills and behaviour through continuous learning in the field of Electronics and Electrical Engineering.

Graduate should demonstrate their technical, communication and research aptitudes along with leadership skills in a professional environment to empower employability, higher education and entrepreneur successfully.

Graduate should be motivated with high ethical, human values and team work towards development of the society.

The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering is endowed with state-of-the-art laboratories, seminar halls and smart classrooms towards fulfilling these objectives

Career Opportunities

Electrical Engineering is a core branch of Engineering. It is an evergreen branch. Qualified Electrical Engineers are always in demand, since most Industries use electricity and electric machines. Engineers are required by Industries for operational, maintenance and manufacturing purposes. Electrical Engineers in India can secure jobs in power distribution companies, power plants, railways, metro rails, the aviation sector and manufacturing sector. SVEC offers ample of job opportunities through on-campus and off-campus drives where students can exhibit their knowledge and skills and secure jobs with high salary packages.

The graduates can opt for immediate employment through placements or pursue research through advanced courses such as M.Tech or MBA.

Department Labs

NETWORK ANALYSIS LAB

ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS AND SIMULATION LAB

ELECTRICAL MACHINES LAB –I

ELECTRICAL MACHINES LAB –II

CONTROL SYSTEMS AND SIMULATION LAB

POWER ELECTRONICS AND SIMULATION LAB

ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS LAB

POWER SYSTEMS & SIMULATION LAB

Vision

To produce graduates in Electrical and Electronics Engineering with quality education by creating Centre of Excellence in various domains, equip them in technical aspects to meet the industrial standards and provide an environment for quality research and continual learning in a professional way to serve the society with ethical mean for the development of the nation.

Mission

Enriching the students in technical concepts by introducing innovative methods of teaching with qualified teachers.

Introduction of Industrial based education in correlation with the academic curriculum.

Incorporating Centre for Excellence in various domains for equipping the students in practical exposures and inculcating the thoughts of innovation to meet the industrial standards.

Facilitating the students by creating awareness on professional ethics and human values in delivering their responsibilities to the society for the development of country

PEO 1. Provide a suitable platform to learn the conceptual content of Electrical and Electronics Engineering through various innovative methods to satisfy the industrial needs.

PEO 2. Inculcate the thought of continual learning and research abilities among the graduates through innovative ideas, become an entrepreneur, employee of reputed organization by solving complex problems in recent trends and technologies.

PEO 3. Create high standard of moral and ethical values among the graduates, which support in uplifting them to be responsible professional to serve the nation.

PSO 1. Provide solutions for the various technical problems through modern software tools and equipments such as PSPICE, MATLAB and Lab VIEW etc.

PSO 2. To develop and provide support to systems based on non-conventional energy sources.

ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

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.

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.

CONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS OF COMPLEX PROBLEMS: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.

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.

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.

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.

ETHICS: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

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.

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.

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.

S.NO NAME OF THE FACULTY QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION Joining Date Nature of Association(Regular/Adjunct)
1 Dr. Shaik.Rafi Kiran PhD Professor & HOD 01-06-2018 Regular
2 Dr.T.A.Raghavendiran PhD Professor 01-06-2017 Regular
3 Dr. P. Selvaraj PhD Professor 08-05-2019 Regular
4 Dr.G.S.Mahesh PhD Professor 31-08-2020 Regular
5 Dr.S.B.Mohan PhD Professor 05-06-2018 Regular
6 Mr.J.T.Ramlingeswar M.Tech Associate Professor 25-05-2018 Regular
7 Mr.N. Thirupathaiah M.Tech Associate Professor 25-05-2018 Regular
8 Mr.DMV Prasad M.Tech Associate Professor 22-06-2015 Regular
9 Mrs.K. Prathibha M.Tech Associate Professor 09-06-2016 Regular
10 Mr.M V Bramhananda Reddy M.Tech Assistant Professor 19-12-2016 Regular
11 Mr.G.Dilli Babu M.Tech Assistant Professor 08-02-2016 Regular
12 Mr.V.G.T Rakesh M.Tech Assistant Professor 08-02-2016 Regular
13 Mr.G.Hanumantha Reddy M.Tech Assistant Professor 03-12-2012 Regular
14 Mrs.M.Jyothsnadevi M.Tech Assistant Professor 01-12-2014 Regular
15 Mrs.N.Pushpa M.Tech Assistant Professor 23-06-2014 Regular
16 Mr.Gowtham Chendra M.Tech Assistant Professor 25-06-2016 Regular
17 Mr.S.Naresh M.Tech Assistant Professor 22-06-2015 Regular
18 Mr.A.Kamalakar M.Tech Assistant Professor 22-06-2017 Regular
19 Mr.G.Naga Mahesh M.Tech Assistant Professor 11-05-2017 Regular
20 Mr.M Naresh M.Tech Assistant Professor 03-10-2017 Regular
21 Mr.N Girish M.Tech Assistant Professor 03-10-2017 Regular
22 Mr.SK. Gayaz basha M.Tech Assistant Professor 03-10-2017 Regular
23 Mrs M.Sarada M.Tech Assistant Professor 30-12-2016 Regular
24 Ms. P Yatheesha M.Tech Assistant Professor 01-06-2017 Regular
25 Mr.B Balaji M.Tech Assistant Professor 01-06-2015 Regular
26 Mr. M Poorna Chandra Reddy M.Tech Assistant Professor 01-06-2017 Regular
27 Mrs. K Mounika M.Tech Assistant Professor 06-07-2015 Regular
28 Mr.V.Kishore Kumar M.E Assistant Professor 15-06-2016 Regular
29 Ms.T.Latha M.E Assistant Professor 15-06-2016 Regular
30 Mr.G.Trivedh Yadav M.Tech Assistant Professor 17-01-2020 Regular
31 Mr.A.Sai kumar M.Tech Assistant Professor 10-08-2020 Regular
32 Mr.D.Veerananarappa M.Tech Assistant Professor 10-08-2020 Regular
33 Mr.M.Kiran M.Tech Assistant Professor 17-08-2020 Regular
34 Mr.I.Siva kumar M.Tech Assistant Professor 17-08-2020 Regular
35 Mr.M.Prameela M.Tech Assistant Professor 23-12-2017 Regular
36 Mr.P.Venkatachalam M.Tech Assistant Professor 23-12-2017 Regular
37 Mrs.K.Hemavani M.Tech Assistant Professor 23-12-2017 Regular
38 Mrs.H.M.Gayathri M.Tech Assistant Professor 22-06-2017 Regular
39 Mrs.C.Geethanjali M.Tech Assistant Professor 03-08-2020 Regular
YEAR I SEM II SEM
IAlgebra & CalculusData Structers
IApplied PhysicsDifferential Equations and Vector Calculus
IProblem Solving & ProgrammingChemistry
I****Basic Civil & Mechanical Engineering
IIComplex Variables & TransformsPython Programming
IIBasic Electrical CircuitsElectrical Circuit Analysis
IIPower System ArchitectureEngineering Electromagnetics
IIDC Machines & TransformersPower Electronics
IISemiconductor Devices and CircuitsNumerical Methods & Probability Theory
IIDigital Electronics and Logic DesignMicroprocessors and Microcontrollers
IIBiology For Engineers(Audit Course)Analog Electronic Circuits
II****Universal Human Values(Audit Course)
II****Environmental Science
IIIElectrical MeasurementsPower Semiconductor Drives
IIIElectrical Power Transmission SystemsPower System Protection
IIIPower ElectronicsPower System Analysis
IIIElectrical Machines - IIIManagement Science
IIILinear & Digital IC ApplicationsNeural Networks & Fuzzy Logic
IIIDigital Circuits and Systems****
IIISocial Values & Ethics (Audit Course)****
IVElectrical Distribution SystemsInstrumentation
IVDigital Signal ProcessingHVDC Transmission
IVPower System Operation and Control****
IVEnergy Auditing & Demand Side Management****
IVFlexible AC Transmission Systems****
IVUtilization of Electrical Energy****

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Our students B. LAVANYA & AG.PADMAJA form III EEE won THIRD PLACE IN PAPER PRESENTATION IN MOHAN MANTRA CONDUCTED BY SREE VIDYA NIKETHAN ENGINEERING COLLEGE TIRUPATI ON 30-09-2018 to 02-10-2020.

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EEE Department

SEMESTER I

I YEAR II YEAR III YEAR IV YEAR
Algebra & Calculus Mathematics-III Electrical Measurements Electrical Distribution Systems
Applied Physics Electrical Circuits – II Linear & Digital IC Applications Digital Signal Processing
Problem Solving & Programming Analog Electronic Circuits Electrical Power Transmission Systems Power System Operation and Control
Communicative English 1 Control Systems Engineering Power Electronics Utilization of Electrical Energy
Electronic Devices & Circuits Electrical Machines – III

CBCC-II

a. Modern Control Theory

b. Switched Mode Power Converters

c. Energy Auditing & Demand Side Management

Data Structures

MOOCS-I

a. Digital Circuits and Systems

b. Networks Signals and Systems

CBCC-III

a. Smart Grid

b. Flexible AC Transmission Systems

c.Power Quality

Electrical & Electronics Engineering Workshop Electrical Circuits Simulation Laboratory Electrical Machines Laboratory – II Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
Applied Physics Lab Electronic Devices & Circuits Laboratory Electrical Measurements Laboratory Power Systems & Simulation Laboratory
Problem Solving & Programming Lab
Communicative English 1 Lab
Audit course – Social Values & Ethics

SEMESTER II

I YEAR II YEAR III YEAR IV YEAR
Basic Civil & Mechanical Engineering Mathematics-IV Management Science

MOOCS-II*

a. Instrumentation

b.Power System Dynamics and Control

c. Industrial Automation & Control

Differential Equations and Vector Calculus Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis Power Semiconductor Drives

MOOCS-III *

a. HVDC Transmission

b. Embedded Systems

c. Energy Resources & Technology

Chemistry Electrical Machines – II Power System Protection
Data Structures Electrical Power Generating Systems Microprocessors & Microcontrollers
Electromagnetic Fields Power System Analysis
Analog Electronic Circuits

CBCC-I

a. Neural Networks & Fuzzy Logic

b. Programmable Logic Controller & Its Applications

c.Optimization Techniques

d.Intellectual Property Rights

Engineering Workshop Electrical Machines Laboratory – I Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Laboratory Technical Seminar
Engineering Graphics Lab Control Systems & Simulation Laboratory Power Electronics & Simulation Laboratory Project Work
Basic Civil & Mechanical Engineering Lab
Chemistry Lab
Data Structures Lab
Advanced English Language Communication (AELCS) Laboratory (Audit Course)
Comprehensive Online Examination-I Comprehensive Online Examination-II Comprehensive Viva Voce
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EEE Department

SEMESTER I

I YEAR II YEAR III YEAR IV YEAR
Algebra & Calculus Mathematics-III Electrical Measurements Electrical Distribution Systems
Applied Physics Electrical Circuits – II Linear & Digital IC Applications Digital Signal Processing
Problem Solving & Programming Analog Electronic Circuits Electrical Power Transmission Systems Power System Operation and Control
Communicative English 1 Control Systems Engineering Power Electronics Utilization of Electrical Energy
Electronic Devices & Circuits Electrical Machines – III

CBCC-II

a. Modern Control Theory

b. Switched Mode Power Converters

c. Energy Auditing & Demand Side Management

Data Structures

MOOCS-I

a. Digital Circuits and Systems

b. Networks Signals and Systems

CBCC-III

a. Smart Grid

b. Flexible AC Transmission Systems

c.Power Quality

Electrical & Electronics Engineering Workshop Electrical Circuits Simulation Laboratory Electrical Machines Laboratory – II Digital Signal Processing Laboratory
Applied Physics Lab Electronic Devices & Circuits Laboratory Electrical Measurements Laboratory Power Systems & Simulation Laboratory
Problem Solving & Programming Lab
Communicative English 1 Lab
Audit course – Social Values & Ethics

SEMESTER II

I YEAR II YEAR III YEAR IV YEAR
Basic Civil & Mechanical Engineering Mathematics-IV Management Science

MOOCS-II*

a. Instrumentation

b.Power System Dynamics and Control

c. Industrial Automation & Control

Differential Equations and Vector Calculus Managerial Economics and Financial Analysis Power Semiconductor Drives

MOOCS-III *

a. HVDC Transmission

b. Embedded Systems

c. Energy Resources & Technology

Chemistry Electrical Machines – II Power System Protection
Data Structures Electrical Power Generating Systems Microprocessors & Microcontrollers
Electromagnetic Fields Power System Analysis
Analog Electronic Circuits

CBCC-I

a. Neural Networks & Fuzzy Logic

b. Programmable Logic Controller & Its Applications

c.Optimization Techniques

d.Intellectual Property Rights

Engineering Workshop Electrical Machines Laboratory – I Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Laboratory Technical Seminar
Engineering Graphics Lab Control Systems & Simulation Laboratory Power Electronics & Simulation Laboratory Project Work
Basic Civil & Mechanical Engineering Lab
Chemistry Lab
Data Structures Lab
Advanced English Language Communication (AELCS) Laboratory (Audit Course)
Comprehensive Online Examination-I Comprehensive Online Examination-II Comprehensive Viva Voce