Faculty Profile

  • About Department

    Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering is having an intake capacity of 60 students in BE course. 18 seats in M.Tech (Power Electronics) and 24 seats in M.Tech (Power Systems). The Department has qualified and experienced faculties. They use projectors and visual display units for delivering their lectures. The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering ensures that curriculum effectively contribute towards achieving the program outcomes. At the first year level, students are exposed to basic sciences and particularly to language laboratory. This helps the students to study the subjects like Engineering Physics, Engineering Chemistry and Engineering Mathematics which have further relevance in conceptualization of engineering designs and implementations. Through Communication Skills laboratory students are trained in English langauge which strengthens their communication skills. At the second year of the program, students study interdisciplinary subjects and get introduced the fundamental electrical subjects and programming languages. The third year exposes the students to the core subjects. Students have to do their minor project work also. They complete their Industrial Training during this session. In the final year, emphasis is laid on imparting Industrial based knowledgeand project work. The projects are made by the students using the latest technology.To make the students more competent the department organizes expert lectures, workshops, technical events, seminars, & Industrial trips.The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering always ensures that the students are motivated for taking entrepreneurship initiatives by organizing various technical events. The MATLAB designing & Circuit Designing contests are organized to bring out the hidden talent of the students. Apart from these contests students are involved in designing quality projects as part of their curriculum. Students go for six weeks training program in the industries and are motivated to understand the work culture of the industry as well as get the practical exposure. They are also motivated to establish their own enterprises.

  • Vision of the department:

    To impart quality education in various fields of engineering, technology & management and to develop the institute into a centre of academic excellence.

  • Mission of the department:

    To mould the students into competent technocrats to become professionally skilled, intellectually adept and socially responsible, to contribute to the society through quality teaching and providing the conducive learning environment

  • PEO1. Graduates will become established professional in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and related fields with sound ethical values.

    PEO2. Graduates will demonstrate all necessary engineering and scientific competence to become an entrepreneur in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and allied field considering social and environmental issues.

    PEO3. Graduates will posses solid foundation in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering to be applied in their higher studies and research.

  • PSO 1: Graduates will show ability to analyze, design, and implement electrical machines, power electronics, instrumentation, control systems for power system.
    PSO 2: Graduates will show ability to apply appropriate techniques and modern engineering hardware and software tools in power systems and power electronics in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

    PSO 3: Graduates will show ability to comprehend technological advancements and the impact of electrical engineering solutions in societal and environmental context.

  • Since the evolution of mankind, the need of energy is increasing till date and will keep on escalating till its extinction. And the drama of renaissance on this blue planet which has been occurring is all because of this cosmic energy. This necessitates the subsistence of the ‘power packed persons’ accredited as “Electrical Engineers”. And this technical militia is being provided by Electrical and Electronics Engineering stream. Every year, the department conducts a TECHFEST: Passion for creation…” which became a trend setter in several ways. The technical symposium is held in the month of April in which students from all over the nation present their technical skills on different emerging topics and participated in Robotics, Poster competition, Quiz, Extempore etc. Students in different National and Multi National Companies were selected and students have also been selected for higher studies.

    I wish them a very bright and prosperous future.

  • The institution of Engineers (India): The department has recently opened active student chapter of the Institution of Engineers (India), Membership No. 462021/TIT/EE/487376 in November 2017. This chapter is going to organize various technical/non-technical activities like model making, poster making, quiz, robotics problem solving, paper presentation etc.

    Engineer’s Day Celebration (15 September) Dr. D. K. Agrawal, System Analyst, DTE, Bhopal 15.09.2018 III and V Semester Students
    Inauguration of student’s chapter of The Institution of Engineers and conduction of Technical quiz

  • Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. is well-equipped with state of the art modern laboratories to provide a superior level of practical education to its students. The laboratories are specifically designed with excellent facilities to meet the requirements of A.I.C.T.E. and RG Technical University. Advanced equipments and hardware/softwares are added to the laboratories each year thus keeping them updated.
    Major labs

    • Power Electronics Lab
    • Electric drives Lab.
    • Power System and Protection Lab.
    • Machine Lab -II
    • Control System Lab
    • Electrical and Electronics measuring Inst Lab
    • Computer aided Machine Design and simulation Lab
    • Residential Simulation Lab
    • Project Labs
    • Electrical Machine Lab -I
    • Network Analysis Lab
    • Switchgear & Protection Lab

     

    Laboratories of the Department

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    Power Electronics Lab

    This Laboratory incorporates the basic knowledge of Power electronic devices. It basically imparts stress on the deveices and their characteristics which are being used in controlling various electrical devices.

     

    Electrical Machine Lab -I & II

    This Laboratory incorporates the basic knowledge of Elctrical Machines which are being used in daily routine for residential and Industrial Purposes. This laboratory basically imparts stress on the machines and their characteristics.

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    Electrical and Electronics measuring Inst Laboratory

    This Laboratory incorporates the basic knowledge of Electrical and Electronics Measuring Instruments . which helps the student to understand different behavioural charaterstics of these dinstruments.

  • Future Prospectus of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

    The development of a country is determined by the amount of per capita energy consumption. As far as Electrical Engineering is concerned, we encounter its presence after every step. The birth of maglav trains, miniaturization of devices, higher efficiency achieved and above all green power generation are all related in one way or other to Electrical Engineering and Technology. Electrical Energy is making life simpler, better, faster, sophisticated, eco-friendly and is widening new horizon of its applications. With the infrastructural development in the country on its peak the future of electrical engineers is looking very promising and job opportunities are growing.

  • Toppers 2018

    Zeenat Khan
    CGPA : 8.63
    Palak Gorde
    CGPA : 8.60
    Namita Chaini
    CGPA :8.58

    Toppers 2017

    ZEENAT KHAN
    CGPA : 8.5
    KRATIKA VIJAYWARGIYA
    CGPA : 8.37
    SHASHANK SHRIVASTAVA
    CGPA :8.33

    Toppers 2016

    Surbhi Chandrayan
    CGPA : 8.8
    Ayushi Gurjar
    CGPA : 8.7
    Samiksha Pathak
    CGPA :8.63


  • Workshopon Self defence: Nirbhaya

    "Nirbhaya" A one day workshop on Self defence for girls has organized by EX Dept, Technocrats Institute & Technology. It was organized in collaboration with IIT Bombay. 5 Trainers were their and about 400 girls participated across the group.
    The chief guest for inaugural function was Smt. Aruna Mohan Rao, Add. DGP, Crime againstWomen.
    The Nirbhaya Initiative is launched by IIT-Bombay in association with MHRD with a vision to enable women/girls in self being dependent. The initiative aims to address the low self confidence of women in society, in general, due to safety concern in going/participating in various field/places at various point of time during day/night. The social Initiative aims at training them physically and mentally, equipping them with some basic techniques by self defence masters.
    A self dependent women/girl, we believe, can contribute immensely to our progress as a society

    Our institute organises no of workshops in collaboration with different IITs. Out of which Electrical and Electronics Department of Technocrats Institute of Technology, organized workshop on PLC and SCADA on 25th and 26th September.

    Programmable Logic Controllers (PLC) based automation is the outcome of that. PLCs are evolving and continue to be the best option for a variety of industrial automation applications. Greater programming flexibility and ease, scalability, more memory, smaller sizes, very high-speed (Gigabit) Ethernet, and built-in wireless are among evolving programmable logic controller features.

    On the other hand SCADA (supervisory control and data acquisition systems) automate power systems and used in many industries such as oil and gas, water, power, and many more. It has a centralized system that monitors and controls entire sites, ranging from an industrial plant to a complex of plants across the country. A SCADA system works by operating with signals that communicate via channels to provide the user with remote controls of any equipment in a given system.

    While these systems simplify a given infrastructure, their components are quite complex. One of these components one of them is PLC. Communication is the absolute most essential link for a SCADA system to operate properly asnd PLCs fundamentally determines how successful a SCADA system can be.

    Students of EX 5thsem of TIT  visited Omkareshwar power plant on 15th April 2017. Around 38 students visited the dam.

    Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, Technocrats Group of Institutions has organized a National Level Competition “Project Mania”, on 12th and 13th, April 2018. Chief Guest Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Pandey, Chairman of Private University Regulatory Commission, inaugurated the program by lighting the lamp. Guest of Honour, Dr. N.K. Choubey Principal Scientist, MPCST, Bhopal, appreciated the efforts of students.

    The primary goal of organizing national level competition was to bring out the hidden technological talent of students which includes innovative thoughts, skills and their systematic presentation  .
    The technology innovators participating from across the country in this Project Mania created a platform to harvest the creativity and energy of our budding engineers. It will be useful to engage our youth directly and indirectly with nation building.

    Expert lecture by Mr. Jadhav on E plan software organised by EX TIT on 26 april 2017. 

    The EPLAN  enable holistic design of machines and plants in electric, fluid power, I&C and control cabinet engineering – the ideal preparation for starting a career. The web-based data platform EPLAN Data Portal provides current device data of market leading component manufacturers. 

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    Dr. Narayan Gehlot, Former Sr. Scientist (AT&T Bell Lab, USA) on delivered Expert Talk on The Importance of Innovation and Research Leading to Generation of Intellectual Property Rights i.e. “Project ideas having
    Dr. Deepak Gadiya, Founder of Gadhiya Solar and trustee of Muni Ashram delivered Expert talk on “Evolution of Solar Concentrators in India Challenges and Potential” Energy Day Celebration (21 Oct)
    Dr. S. C. Choubey, Dean RGPV, Bhopal gave Expert Lecture on How to Avail Funding Under TEQIP-III
    Dr. S. N. Singh, Vice Chancellor, Madan Mohan Malviya Technical University, Lucknow and Professor at IIT, Kanpur delivered Technical Talk on Restructuring of Power System and its Issues
    Dr.VikasShinde, Project Head MPCST, Bhopal delivered Expert Talk on to avail different funding from MPCST, DST for faculty and students i.e“How to write research project for different Schemes of MPCST”
    A team of Australian delegation including one representative of Government Mr. Ian Atkinson ,industrialists Mr George nicola and Prof. from Australian national university has visited Technocrats Group campus along with renowned solar scientist Dr Deepak gadhia. We have a depth discussion on rural development as Technocrats group is planning to adopt a village for its complete sustainable development as per suggestions of hon'ble governor madam SmtAnandibenpatel. Group is planning to make that village as Smartvillage . The delegation has promised us to help in every regards to do so.