The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering established in the year 1958 with Bachelor’s degree in “Electrical & Electronics Engineering”, is one of the first few departments at The National Institute of Engineering, Mysuru. The department made a humble beginning in 1958 with only four staff members and two laboratories housed in an area of about 900 sq. mts. In the silver jubilee year of the institute in 1971, a postgraduate programme leading to master’s degree in “Power Systems” was started. In the year 1987, the department was recognized as research centre to carry out Ph.D programme. Further in the golden jubilee year of the institute in 1996, another postgraduate programme titled Computer Applications in Industrial Drives” was started. 

In the year 2002, the department established a Centre of excellence – CEMATEA

, authorized by electrical inspectorate, Government of Karnataka to carryout periodical testing of various electrical installations in industries and other organizations in and around Mysuru. 

In the year 2007, the institute was awarded autonomous status for all the undergraduate and postgraduate programmes by Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belagavi, Karnataka. The department has been a continuous beneficiary of financial assistance over the years by NIE management, state and central governments. In the year 2005, under Technical Education Quality Improvement Programme-I (TEQIP-I), the department received a funding of about 0.8 Crores to upgrade the facilities of under graduate programme. Further under TEQIP-II and TEQIP-III in the years, 2012 and 2017 respectively, the department received financial assistance of 1.0 Crore and 0.6 Crores. The department over the years has established fourteen laboratories with state-of-the-art facility worth over 5 Crores. Under TEQIP-III the department has also been identified as a mentor for the department of Electrical Engineering of Rajakiya Engineering College, Banda, Uttar Pradesh.

Till now more than 3000 graduates, 700 post graduates, and 25 Ph.D.’s have acquired degrees from the department. The department has produced world renowned academicians, technocrats, entrepreneurs and sportsmen. Padma Vibhushana Sri. N.R. Narayana Murthy, an iconic figure is a proud alumnus of the department. Other legendary alumni include Padmashree Sri. EAS Prasanna, Ace off spinner, Sri. Kumara Malavalli, Founder & CEO of Brocade communications, USA, Dr. Y.V. Venkatesh, former Professor, IISc Bengaluru. The bright stars include Dr. P.S. Nagendra Rao, Professor IISc Bengaluru, Dr. R. Nagaraja, MD, PRDC Bengaluru, Sri. Jay Puller, Founder and CEO, Pramathi Technologies, Sri. J.P. Nagaraj, Former Head, L&T Mysuru, Sri Siva Gopal Valluri, Former Scientist, ISRO, Dr.K. Balaraman, Director General, National Institute of Wind Energy Chennai.

The department is honoured to have Sri. N.R. Narayana Murthy and Sri. Siva Gopal Valluri, proud alumni as Directors on the Board of Management of the Institute. With the blessings of the founders and financial assistance from NIE management, the departments of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Electronics and Communications Engineering are now housed in NRN School of Electrical Sciences, which was inaugurated in the month of March 2016. 

The department has a vision to become internationally recognized center of excellence imparting quality education in electrical engineering for the benefit of academia, industry and society at large.

VISION    

“The department will be an internationally recognized centre of excellence imparting quality education in electrical engineering for the benefit of academia, industry and society at large.”

   

MISSION    

* •DM1: Impart quality education in electrical and electronics engineering through theory and its applications by dedicated and competent faculty

* •DM2: Nurture creative thinking and competence leading to innovation and technological growth in the overall ambit of electrical engineering

* •DM3: Strengthen industry-institute interaction to inculcate best engineering practices for sustainable development of the society

 

Program Educational Objectives

PEO1:

  • Graduates will be competitive and excel in electrical industry and other organizations

    PEO2:

  • Graduates will pursue higher education and will be competent in their chosen domain

    PEO3:

  • Graduates will demonstrate leadership qualities with professional standards for sustainable development of society
  • Program Outcomes

    Engineering Graduates will be able to:

    PO1:

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

    PO2:

    Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions 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 health and safety and the cultural, societal and environmental considerations.

    PO4:

    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..

    PO5:

    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.

    PO6:

    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.

    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 teamwork: 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 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.

    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, to manage projects and 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

    Our Electrical and Electronics Engineering graduates will have the ability to:

    PSO1:

    Apply the knowledge of Basic Sciences, Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Computer Engineering to analyse, design and solve real world problems in the domain of Electrical Engineering

    PSO2:

    Use and apply state-of-the-art tools to solve problems in the field of Electrical Engineering.

    PSO3:

    Be a team member and leader with awareness to professional engineering practice and capable of lifelong learning to serve society

    Programmes

    The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering offers Under-graduate, Post-graduate and Doctoral programmes.

     Undergraduate

    B.E - Electrical and Electronics Engineering

     Post-graduate

    M.Tech.- Power Systems M.Tech. - Computer Applications in Industrial Drives (CAID) M.Sc. Engineering (By Research)

     Doctoral

    Ph.D

    curriculum

    The syllabus and the timetable for the courses taught under the Undergraduate and Post-graduate programmes in the Department are designed to provide students a solid foundation and structured training in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

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    Faculty

    The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering faculty has some of the most accomplished and erudite professors in the institution. They not only guide the students through their academic challenges but also help them in their personal development

    Dr. H V Saikumar Professor
    A Shifa Sultana Assistant Professor (FTC)
    AISHWARYA J Assistant Professor (FTC)
    Arshia Tabassum Assistant Professor
    Ashwini G Assistant Professor (FTC)
    CHAITHRA M R Assistant Professor (FTC)
    Dr. B R Ananthapadmanabha Associate Professor
    Dr. Gowrishankar S Assistant Professor
    Dr. Gurumurthy S R Professor
    Dr. Jayasankar V N Assistant Professor
    Dr. Kaveri K B Assistant Professor (FTC)
    Dr. Likith Kumar M V Associate Professor & Head IQAC
    Dr. Pradeepa H Associate Professor & HoD
    Dr. R Chidanandappa Associate Professor
    Dr. Rohit K Mathew Assistant Professor
    Dr. Shankar Nalinakshan Associate Professor & Deputy Dean(AA)
    Harini M Dev Assistant Professor (FTC)
    Hema J Assistant Professor
    Kavyashree S Assistant Professor (FTC)
    Neeli Mallikarjuna Assistant Professor
    Pooja A R Assistant Professor (FTC)
    Preethi S Assistant Professor (FTC)
    R Radha Associate Professor
    Reshma P Assistant Professor
    SHWETHA M Assistant Professor
    Sandhya Rani D N Assistant Professor
    Shilpashree M.S Assistant Professor
    Shree harshitha H M Assistant Professor
    Shruthi B Assistant Professor
    Sonaxi Bhagawan Raikar Assistant Professor

    Faculty list

    For a list of Faculty Members of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department Click Here

    Non-Teaching Staff

    For a list of Non-Teaching Staff Members of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department Click Here

    Placement Statistics

         

    Study Material

    All the study material for Electrical and Electronics Engineering Students is accessible from this link

    RESOURCES AND INFRASTRUCTURE

    The department has well-equipped laboratories with the latest equipment and facilities to help students hone their practical skills and gain theoretical prowess.

    Departmental Activities

    Get a glimpse of all the latest lectures, seminars, and other programmes conducted by the Department.

    Title of Seminars/Conferences Resource Person Date
    E&E-Seminars & Workshops 2021-22
    Seminars conducted- till 2021
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    The Annual technical fest “Ankura ’22” of IEEE Student Chapter of NIE-NISB from 20th to 25th June 2022. 20-06-2022 and
    25-06-2022
    E&E-Industry Visit 2021-22
    NTPC Super Critical Thermal Power Plant, Bijapur. Dr.R.Chidanandappa
    Dr.Ananthapadmanabha B.R
    Ms. Amrutha K.N
    Ms. Arshia Tabassum
    27-12-2019
    Subhash Kabini Power Corporation Ltd., Kabini & Sargur Electric Substation, H. D. Kote Mysuru Mr. S Nagendraprasad 21-11-2017
    VISL Steel Plant & Main Receiving Station, Shimoga Mr. S Nagendraprasad
    Mr. M. R Manjunath
    Ms. Nandini S Kodihalli
    19-11-2016
    Infosys Ltd Mysuru Mr. R.Chidanandappa 02-06-2016
    Elecrama-2016- Biennial industrial exhibition organized by IEEMA, Bengaluru. Mr. H.Pradeepa 16-02-2016
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    ACHIEVEMENTS

    The Department has always worked towards providing the best of facilities, academics and learning opportunities to students. Some of the milestones the Department has achieved on it's exciting journey include:

    • NBA Accreditation for Undergraduate courses in 2005, 2011 and 2018
    • NBA  Accreditation for Post-graduate courses - Power Systems in 2008 and CAID in 2009
    • Autonomy for all programmes since 2007
    • DST-FIST(Centre of Excellence in Renewable Energy sources, Battery Management system and Internet of things)-Proposal accepted for 2021-2025.
    • Implemented initiatives under TEQIP- I, II and III for Rs 1.6 Cr (till date)
    • Ongoing VGST KFIST L1 Project titled ‘Digital Protection Algorithm for Integrated Renewable’ with grants of Rs 20 Lakhs
    • Ongoing VGST KFIST L1 Project titled 'Establishment of Real-time Monitoring system R&D Facility for Efficient Operation of Campus Power Distribution Network' with grants of Rs. 20 lakhs
    • Currently executing funded projects in collaboration with:
      • DST-FIST (Centre for Automation Technology) - INR 97 lakhs
      • CREST (University of Wisconsin, Madison) - 8000 USD
      • KCSTU Projects (Centre for Robotics and Control) - INR 50 lakhs
    • PATENTS

      GRANTED

      • Indian Patent - Prof. Ramya M V, K R Prakash and Mohana Lakshmi J, – “Method and System for Performing Experiments in a Remote Laboratory” –, 201941041529

      PUBLISHED

      • Indian Patent– Dr. Gowtham N, Dr. Shobha Shankar, Prof. Veena Divya Krishnappa, Mohana Lakshmi J., Dr. Anand Jatti, Prof. Ramya M V - “System and Method of a Hybrid Control Model for Power Quality Improvement of Wind Energy Conversion system with Unified Power Quality Controller” –Indian Patent Journal No. 202041030781,July2020.
    • Patents applied for:
      • Stay Fresh Portable Container
      • Wind Energy Conversion System for Low Wind Speed Operation

    CONTACT


    Dr. Pradeepa H Associate Professor and HoD Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering The National Institute of Engineering Mysuru – 570 008 +91 9986377719