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ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Welcome to the Department of Electrical Engineering of BNCET, Lucknow.I have the honor of directing the EE department, together with our top-notch faculty and staff. It is a pleasure to help inspire the new generation of eager, enthusiastic students.

To meet the emergent plea of Electrical Engineers in the Government and private sectors, the Department is making best efforts to produce highly skilled and proficient engineers who can take up the challenges of the real world.

The two key objectives of the department are to sustain high academic standards and to give due weightage to practical work. The department has a fine blend of distinguished as well as young and dynamic personalities as faculty, who are involved in teaching quality education. The faculty endeavors to foster and encourage a teaching methodology that is both practical and theoretical in approach.

Departmental society has been established by the students for the extra-curricular activities. This society conducts various technical events regularly. Educational tours and industrial visits are regularly organized to enhance the practical knowledge of the students with the recent technologies used in the industries.

                                                                                                                          Dr. Abhishek Mishra               

Department of Electrical Engineering was established in the year 2009. Department caters to the needs of the U.G. students both in terms of Academics and Soft skills. The knowledge acquired during the courses helps them to be placed both in core and software companies. Department has centrally air-conditioned classrooms, with Wi-Fi enabled projectors, tutorial rooms, library, a state-of-the-art seminar rooms and fully equipped laboratories and workshops.

To produce skilled Electrical Engineer with excellent technical knowledge, innovative ideas and inherent morality to make them capable of contributing to the requirements of industry, society and nation.neurial spirit.

  • To prepare engineering graduate with deep understanding of fundamentals of electrical engineering with good technical skills, positive approach and sincerity.
  • To provide and enhance the state of the art equipped lab’s up to date and inspiring environment of continuous learning and innovation by having collaboration with industry experts and academia.
  • Graduates will be able to design, invent and develop the innovative technology in the field of electrical engineering for the benefit of society and environment.
  • Graduates will be able to efficiently communicate, work in team and manage projects in multidisciplinary environments.
  • Graduates will be able to ethically engage themselves independently for the life-long learning.
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  • 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 analyze 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 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 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.

  • Apply the knowledge of electrical machines and power systems for problem analysis and developing solutions using modern tools and technologies.
  • Testing and maintenance of various electrical equipments.
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Department of Electrical Engineering Course Outcomes:
Session: 2019-20
Odd Semester (3, 5, 7)
S. No Course Code University Code Name of Subject CO
1 C201 KOE 038 Electronics Engineering C202.1 Students will be enabled to understand the nature and objective of Technical Communication relevant for the work place as Engineers.
C202.2 Students will utilize the technical writing for the purposes of Technical Communication and its exposure in various dimensions.
C202.3 Students would imbibe inputs by presentation skills to enhance confidence in face of diverse audience.
C202.4 Technical communication skills will create a vast know-how of the application of the learning to promote their technical competence.
C202.5 It would enable them to evaluate their efficacy as fluent & efficient communicators by learning the voice-dynamics.
2 C203 KEE 301 Electromagnetic Field Theory C203.1 Apply different coordinate systems and their application in electromagnetic field theory, establish a relation between any two systems and also understand the vector calculus.
C203.2 Understand the concept of static electric field. Understand the concept of current and properties of conductors. Establish boundary conditions and to calculate capacitances of different types of capacitors.
C203.3 Understand the concept of static magnetic field, magnetic scalar and vector potential.
C203.4 Understand the forces due to magnetic field, magnetization, magnetic boundary conditions and inductors.
C203.5 Understand displacement current, time varying fields, propagation and reflection of EM waves and transmission lines.
3 C204 KEE 302 Electrical Measurements & Instrumentation C204.1 Evaluate errors in measurement as well as identify and use different types of instruments for the measurement of voltage, current, power and energy.
C204.2 Display the knowledge of measurement of electrical quantities resistance, inductance and capacitance with the help of bridges.
C204.3 Demonstrate the working of instrument transformers as well as calculate the errors in current and potential transformers.
C204.4 Manifest the working of electronic instruments like voltmeter, multi-meter, frequency meter and CRO.
C204.5 Display the knowledge of transducers, their classifications and their applications for the measurement of physical quantities like motion, force, pressure, temperature, flow and liquid level.
4 C205 KEE 303 Basic Signals & Systems C205.1 Represent the various types of signals & systems and can perform mathematical operations on them.
C205.2 Analyze the response of LTI system to Fourier series and Fourier transform and to evaluate their applications to network analysis.
C205.3 Analyze the properties of continuous time signals and system using Laplace transform and determine the response of linear system to known inputs.
C205.4 Implement the concepts of Z transform to solve complex engineering problems using difference equations.
C205.5 Develop and analyze the concept of state-space models for SISO & MIMO system.
5 C206 KNC 301 Computer System Security C206.1 To discover software bugs that pose cyber security threats and to explain how to fix the bugs to mitigate such threats.
C206.2 To discover cyber attack scenarios to web browsers and web servers and to explain how to mitigate such threats
C206.3 To discover and explain mobile software bugs posing cyber security threats, explain and recreate exploits, and to explain mitigation techniques.
C206.4 To articulate the urgent need for cyber security in critical computer systems, networks, and world wide web, and to explain various threat scenarios
C206.5 To articulate the well-known cyber attack incidents, explain the attack scenarios, and explain mitigation techniques.
6 C207 KEE 351 Analog Electronics Lab C207.1 Understand the characteristics and applications of the Semiconductor devices.
C207.2 Draw the characteristics of BJT, FET and MOSFET.
C207.3 Understand the parameters of Operational Amplifier and instrumentation Amplifier with their applications.
C207.4 Understand the V-I characteristics of Power devices like SCR, TRIAC.
7 C208 KEE 352 Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation Lab C208.1 Understand the importance of calibration of measuring instruments.
C208.2 Demonstrate the construction and working of different measuring instruments.
C208.3 Demonstrate the construction and working of different AC and DC bridges, along with their applications.
C208.4 Ability to measure electrical engineering parameters like voltage, current, power & phase difference in industry as well as in power generation, transmission and distribution sectors.
C208.5 Capability to analyze and solving the variety of problems in the field of electrical measurements.
8 C209 KEE 353 Electrical Workshop C209.1 Perform various types of Electrical connections.
C209.2 Develop small circuits on PCB.
C209.3 Differentiate between various electrical wires, cables and accessories.
C209.4 Demonstrate the layout of electrical substation & various safety measures.
9 C210 KEE 354 Mini Project or Internship Assessment C210.1 Apply various types of hardware and software for minor project works.
C210.2 Develop small circuits on PCB.
C210.3 Select the minor projects for society needs with sustainability.
C210.4 Categorize the various component used for fabrications.
10        C301 REE 501 Electrical Machines-II C301.1 Acquire knowledge about the constructional details and principle of operation of alternators and acquire knowledge about the working of synchronous machines as generators and motors.
C301.2 Testing and applications of synchronous machines.
C301.3 Acquire knowledge about the constructional details and principle of operation of three phase induction motors and their testing.
C301.4 Acquire knowledge about the starting and speed control of induction motors.
C301.5 Acquire knowledge of principle of operation and working of single phase induction motors and knowledge of Repulsion motor, Universal motor, Brushless DC motor.
11 C302 REE 502 Power Transmission & Distribution C302.1 Awareness of power system component and supply system.
C302.2 Ability to design the overhead transmission line.
C302.3 Develop the ability to understand the corona formation and line insulator.
C302.4 Explain and design of transmission line and insulated cable.
C302.5 Understand different type of grounding and distribution system layout.
12 C303 REE 503 Control System C303.1 To understand concept of transfer function and motor, applying various technique (BRT, SFG and Mason’s Gain Formula) to determine transfer function.
C303.2 Apply test signal as input for order of system, error and constant determination, analyze the P,I and D in design consideration for performance indices.
C303.3 Understand the concept of stability and conditions using Routh Hurwitz Criteria, Root Locus technique, remember the effect of transportation lag and pole-zero Cancelation.
C303.4 Understand the concept of frequency response analysis, Create polar and inverse polar plot, nyquist and Bode Plot, Nichol Chart. Remember the relationship between time and frequency response.
C303.5 Understand the lead-lag compensation network in time and frequency domain, state-space technique and its conversion, transformation, controllability and  observability.
13 C304 REE 052 Principles of Communication C304.1 Understand, analyze and compare different analog modulation schemes for their efficiency and bandwidth.
C304.2 Understand, analyze and compare different angle modulation schemes.
C304.3 Investigate various pulse modulation systems and multiplexing techniques, and analyze their system performance.
C304.4 Analyze the behavior of different communication systems in presence of noise.
14 C305 RUC 501 Cyber Security C305.1 Elaborate concept of Information system security with categorized attacks over it.
C305.2 Justify the need of Application security with classification of security threats.
C305.3 Build understanding in student to develop secure information system with respect to risk analysis management.
C305.4 Student can easily determine list of security policies on online as well as offline media.
15 C306 RAS 501 Managerial Economics C306.1 At the end of this course student will be able to use [the concept of awakening of scientific techniques with reference to     managerial economics.
C306.2 At the end of this course student will be able to define the causes, consequences & obstacles of Industrial society.
C306.3 At the end of this course student will be able to evaluate the changes in marketing structure with technology advancement in society.
C306.4 At the end of this course student will be able to differentiate industrial laws.
C306.5 At the end of this course student will be able to define the society, management functions and industrial organizations, business worldwide.
16 C307  REE 551 Electrical Machines-II Lab C307.1 Analyze the various principles & concepts involved in Electromechanical Energy conversion.
C307.2 Demonstrate the constructional details of single, three-phase induction and synchronous machines.
C307.3 Evaluate the performance and characteristics of single, 3-phase induction motor and synchronous machines.
C307.4 Testing and speed control methods of induction motor.
17 C308 REE 553 Control System Lab C308.1 To spell about order of the system.
C308.2 To analyze the characteristics of Servomotor, Position control and Synchro Transmitter & Receiver.
C308.3 To apply various techniques for determination of stability of the system like Routh Hurwitz’s, Bode Plot, Root Locus, Polar Plot, Nyquist Plot.
C308.4 To understand about controller performances.
18 C309 REE 554 Software Based Power System Lab C309.1 Understand the parameter of 1-Phase and 3-Phase system.
C309.2  Evaluation of constant with simulation.
C309.3 Evaluation of corona, sag, tension and string efficiency in transmission line.
C309.4 Remember about transmission line effect skin, Ferranti and clearance etc.
19 C310 REE 555 Seminar-I C310.1 Prepare comprehensive report based on literature survey/Topics related to different subjects in the semester.
C310.2 Identify the applicability of modern software tools and technology.
C310.3 Deliver presentation based on the preparation.
C310.4 Answer queries posed by the listeners.
C310.5 Correct him to improve presentation skills.
20 C401  ROE 074   Understanding the Human Being Comprehensively–Human Aspiration and its Fulfillment C401.1 Define, identify and remember the facts and process, to assess basic human aspirations /goals and to see the shifts.
C401.2 Facilitate the competence to understand the harmony in nature/existence and apply it in attaining human goals.
C401.3 Analyze various factors and sources influencing decision makings, and significance of knowledge in RESOLUTION.
C401.4 Evaluate transformation in thoughts through knowledge and in expressions as humane conduct (behavior, work/participation).
C401.5 Create and develop the understanding of humane tradition and its various components.
21 C402  REE 071   Utilization of Electrical Energy and Electric Traction C402.1 Understand and apply the power electronics technology in efficient utilization of electrical power.
C402.2 Design lighting system using LED Technologies.
C402.3 Analyze effective utilization of Power Electronic Technologies in Electrical Traction.
C402.4 Evaluate the use of Power Electronic Technologies in various process control.
22 C403 REE 076   Energy Efficiency and Conservation C403.1 To apply the knowledge of energy conservation.
C403.2 To analyze the energy audit of electrical system.
C403.3 To understand the demands and management.
C403.4 Analyze the voltage and reactive power distribution system.
C403.5 To analyze the efficiency  in motor lighting system.
23 C404  REE 701   Electrical Drives C404.1 To learn the general characteristics and applications of electric drive.
C404.2 To understand the Dynamics of Electric drive and selection of motor rating.
C404.3 To understand the Different type braking.
C404.4 Design and control of DC drive.
C404.5 To learn the operation and control of AC Drive Application.
24 C405 REE 702 Power System Protection C405.1 Acquire knowledge of various abnormal conditions or faults that could occur in power system.
C405.2 Estimate various protective devices in power system and their applications for protecting equipment and personnel.
C405.3 Acquire knowledge about protection of Transmission Line.
C405.4 Acquire knowledge of various types of existing circuit breakers, their design and constructional details.
C405.5 Estimate various protective devices for Apparatus protection in power system.
25 C406 REE 751 Industrial Automation and PLC lab C406.1 Understand the hardware and software platforms for DCS and PLC.
C406.2 Evaluate analog and digital function blocks and Logic gates.
C406.3 Application of On-Delay Timer.
C406.4 Application of PID controller for heat exchanger.
C406.5 Study, understand and perform experiments on timers and counters.
26 C407 REE 752 Power System Lab C407.1 Analyze the performance of transmission lines and relays.
C407.2 Calculate the steady-state power flow in a power system.
C407.3 Analyze different types of short-circuit faults which occur in power systems.
27 C408 REE 753   Industrial Training C408.1 Generate a report based on the experiences and projects carried out with the ability to apply knowledge of Engineering Fundamentals.
C408.2 Demonstrate competency in relevant engineering fields through problem identification, formulation and solution.
C408.3 Effectively implement skills in communication, in writing and using multimedia tools.
C408.4 Develop the ability to work as an individual and in group with the capacity to be a leader or manager as well as an effective team member.
C408.5 Develop the professional and ethical responsibilities of an engineer.
28 C409 REE 754   Proje1 C409.1 Provides an opportunity to pursue their interest in Electrical Engineering through design, research, theoretical and experimental approach.
C409.2 To enable the students to identify a topic of interest and complete the preliminary work of undertaking case studies, data collection and feasibility studies.
C409.3 Students get guidance to formulate and develop a design proposal and to effectively communicate the same.
Even Semester (4, 6, 8)
S. No Course Code University Code Name of Subject CO
1 C211 KAS 402 Maths-IV C211.1 The idea of Fourier Transforms, Z- Transform and application to solve numerical problems.
C211.2 The concept of probability distribution and their application.
C211.3 The concepts of numerical techniques.
C211.4 The concept of hypothesis and ANOVA, t – test, and χ2 – test.
C211.5 The idea of design, statistical quality control and control charts.
2 C212 KVE 401 Universal Human Values C212.1 After completion of this unit, students will be able to understand and Define [I] the basic concept of value based education. They will also able to understand about basic human aspiration and get know the method to fulfill basic human aspirations.
C212.2 After completion of these topics, students will be able to understand and Explain [II] the harmony in the Human being for the betterment of Human life as well as get the knowledge of Sanyam and Swasthya and Discover [IV] its Importance [V] in human life.
C212.3 After completion of these topics students will be able to understandand Summarize [II] process of achieving harmony in the family and society helpful to Construct [III] Undivided Society and Universal Human Order.
C212.4 After completion of this unit, student will be able to Discover [IV] the method of achieving Harmony in the Nature through Justify [V] harmony at all levels of existence.
C212.5 After completion of this unit, student will get knowledge related to implications of the Holistic understanding helpful to Change [VI] and Built [VI] professional life by following Professional Ethics.
3 C213 KEE 401 Digital Electronics C213.1 Apply concepts of Digital Binary System and implementation of Gates.
C213.2 Analyze and design of Combinational logic circuits.
C213.3 Analyze and design of Sequential logic circuits with their applications.
C213.4 Implement the Design procedure of Synchronous & Asynchronous Sequential Circuits.
C213.5 Apply the concept of Digital Logic Families with circuit implementation.
4 C214 KEE 402 Electrical Machines-I C214.1 Analyze the various principles & concepts involved in Electromechanical Energy conversion.
C214.2 Demonstrate the constructional details of DC machines as well as transformers, and principle of operation of brushless DC motor, stepper and DC servo motors.
C214.3 Evaluate the performance and characteristics of DC machines.
C214.4 Evaluate the performance of transformers, individually and in parallel operation.
C214.5 Demonstrate and perform various connections of three phase transformers.
5 C215 KEE 403 Networks Analysis & Synthesis C215.1 Apply the knowledge of basic circuital law, nodal and mesh methods of circuit analysis and simplify the network using Graph Theory approach.
C215.2 Analyze the AC and DC circuits using Kirchhoff’s law and Network simplification theorems.
C215.3 Analyze steady-state responses and transient response of DC and AC circuits using classical and Laplace transform methods.
C215.4 Demonstrate the concept of complex frequency and analyze the structure and function of one and two port network. Also evaluate and analysis two-port network parameters.
C215.5 Synthesize one port network and analyze different filters.
6 C216 KNC 402 Python Programming C216.1 To read and write simple Python programs.
C216.2 To develop Python programs with conditionals and loops.
C216.3 To define Python functions and to use Python data structures –- lists, tuples, dictionaries.
C216.4 To do input/output with files in Python.
C216.5 To do searching, sorting and merging in Python.
7 C217 KEE 451 Circuit Simulation Lab C217.1 Apply the knowledge of basic circuital law, nodal and mesh analysis for given circuit.
C217.2 Analysis of the AC and DC circuits using simulation techniques.
C217.3 Analysis of transient response of AC circuits.
C217.4 Evaluation and analysis of two-port network parameters.
C217.5 Estimation of parameters of different filters.
8 C218 KEE 452 Electrical Machines – I Lab C218.1 Analyse and conduct basic tests on DC Machines and single-phase Transformer
C218.2 Obtain the performance indices using standard analytical aswell as Graphical methods.
C218.3 Determine the magnetization, Load and speed-torque characteristics of DC Machines.
C218.4 Demonstrate procedures and analysis techniques to perform Electromagnetic and electromechanical tests on electrical machines.
9 C219 KEE 453 Digital Electronics Lab C219.1 Understanding of Digital Binary System and implementation of Gates.
C219.2 Design the Sequential circuits with the help of combinational circuits and feedback element.
C219.3 Design data selector circuits with the help of universal Gates.
C219.4 Design the counters with the help of sequential circuit and basic Gates.
C219.5 Implement the projects using the digital ICs and electronics components.
10 C311 REE 601 Power Electronics C311.1 Understand about Power semiconductor devices and analyse their characteristics.
C311.2 Apply the commutation method to SCR and understand about DC-DC Converter.
C311.3 Analyse the 1- Phase and 3-Phase controlled converter at various load.
C311.4 Understand the principle AC Voltage regulator and Cycloconverter at R and L load.
C311.5 Understand about single and three phase inverter CSI and VSI.
11 C312 REE 602 Microprocessor C312.1 Will acquire knowledge about Microprocessor & its architecture, evolution.
C312.2 Will acquire knowledge about 8085 Microprocessor Develop assembly language programming skills.
C312.3 Will acquire knowledge about 8086 Microprocessor Develop assembly language programming skills.
C312.4 Perform experiments on assembly language programming.
C312.5 Interfaces including DMA controller, timer in real time applications, memory, PPI, PIC with its need.
12 C313 REE 603 Power System Analysis C313.1 Apply the concept of per unit system and symmetrical components.
C313.2 Analysis of different kinds of faults in an interconnected  power systems.
C313.3 Understand methods available for analysis of load flow problem.
C313.4 Analyze different kinds of stability problems in multi machine power system.
C313.5 Understand the principles of Travelling Wave with properties and protection of equipment and line against travelling wave.
13 C314 REE 064 Special Electrical Machines C314.1 Understand the concept of poly phase induction motor with various control schemes.
C314.2 Understand the concept of induction generator and analysing feature of servomotor.
C314.3 Understand the principle of stepper motor and reluctance motor with effective applications.
C314.4 Understand about types of permanent magnet motor and its applications.
C314.5 Understand the concept of single phase commutator motor with operations.
14 C315 RAS 601 Industrial Management C315.1 Understand the theories and principles of modern management and apply the concepts to the management of organizations in private and public sector.
C315.2 Understand how managers can effectively plan in today’s dynamic environment, be familiar with the design of organization structure and describe how environmental uncertainty affects organization design.
C315.3 Identify what strategies organizations might use to become more customer oriented and be more innovative. Identify the characteristics of effective teams and understand why teams have become so popular in organizations.
C315.4 Describe contemporary theories of motivation and discuss the challenges managers face in motivating unique group of workers.
C315.5 At the end of this course student will be able to define the society, management functions and industrial organizations.
15 C316 RAS 602 Sociology C316.1 At the end of this course student will be able to use [I] the concept of awakening of scientific techniques and rise of industrial era.
C316.2 At the end of this course student will be able to define [II] the causes ,consequences & obstacles of Industrial society.
C316.3 At the end of this course student will be able to evaluate [VI] the changes in society due to industrialization.
C316.4 At the end of this course student will be able to differentiate [IV] industrial laws.
C316.5 At the end of this course student will be able to define [I] the society, management functions and industrial organizations.
16 C317 REE 661 Power Electronics Lab C317.1 Analyze the input/output characteristics for MOSFET, IGBT and SCR.
C317.2 Analyze natural and forced commutation techniques using SCRs.
C317.3 Able to apply power electronic circuits for different loads.
C317.4 To understand and analyze the operation of controlled rectifiers, choppers, inverters.
C317.5 Prepare professional quality textual and graphical presentations of laboratory data and computational results, incorporating accepted data analysis and synthesis methods, mathematical software, and word‐processing tools.
17 C318 REE 662 Microprocessor Lab C318.1 Will acquire knowledge about 8085 & 8086 Microprocessor Develop   assembly language programming skills.
C318.2 Perform experiments on assembly language programming.
C318.3 Interfaces including DMA controller, timer in real time applications, memory, PPI, PIC with its need.
18 C319 REE 664 Electrical Design & Fabrication Lab C319.1 Design and Fabrication of PCB, Transformer, Filter, HPFR etc.
C319.2 Develop small Controller and Inductor circuits on PCB.
C319.3 Evaluate various electrical parameters.
C319.4 Understand about Power electronics switches and their applications.
19 C320 REE 665 Seminar-II C320.1 Prepare comprehensive report based on literature survey/Topics related to different subjects in the semester.
C320.2 Identify the applicability of modern software tools and technology.
C320.3 Deliver presentation based on the preparation.
C320.4 Answer queries posed by the listeners.
C320.5 Correct himself to improve presentation skills.
20 C410  ROE 086 Renewable Energy Resources   C410.1 Understand [II] the concepts and types of non-conventional energy resources and solar cells.
C410.2 Analyze [IV] the concepts and explain [II]the characteristic of solar thermal energy.
C410.3 Analyze [IV] and understand [II] and the geothermal energy and magneto-hydrodynamics.
C410.4 Analyze [IV] the concepts and characteristic of wind energy.
C410.5 Explain [II] and classify [II] the biomass, ocean thermal energy and tidal-wave energy.
21 C411 REE 081 Introduction To Power Quality and FACT C411.1 To understand the Power quality and sources of Power quality problem.
C411.2 To Understand the sources of voltage sag and protecting devices for voltage sag .
C411.3 To understand the Different types of Electrical Transient.
C411.4 To understand the Different types of FACT Controller.
C411.5 An ability to apply knowledge of power quality and harmonics in power systems.
22 C412 REE 086 Power Theft and Energy Management C412.1 To understand the generation of energy, utilization and theft.
C412.2 To understand the power theft in energy meters like electro-mechanical and electronic.
C412.3 To understand the efficiency of energy system, management and audit
C412.4 To understand the principle of electrical load, lighting system and demand.
23 C413 REE 851 GD &Seminar C413.1 Objective of GD and seminar is to improve the mass communication
C413.2 It is to give student an opportunity to exercise their rights to Express them
C413.3 To enhance understanding skills of students.
C413.4 To improve convincing power of students.
24 C414 REE 852 Project-2 C414.1 To enable the students to develop comprehensive solution to issues identified in previous semester work and to meet the requirements as stated in project brief.
C414.2 To inculcate the ability to synthesize the results of the detailed analytical studies conducted, lay down validity and design criteria, interpret the result for application to the problem, develop the concept and detailed design solution and to effectively communicate the thesis rationale.
Session : 2018-19
Odd Semester: (3, 5, 7)
S. No Course Code University Code Name of Subject CO
1 C201 ROE 033 Laser Systems & Applications C201.1 Understand the basic concept modern/quantum physics. They will learn about atomic structure, concept of black body, free electron and also Schrodinger wave equations and their various applications.
C201.2 Understand the elements, techniques and principle of laser.
C201.3 Understand the general laser, and students will also learn the construction and working of solid, liquid, gas and semiconductor lasers.
C201.4 Implement laser in material processing, medical science and in optical communication etc.
2 C202 REC 309 Analog & Digital Electronics C202.1 Understand the principles of Special purpose and power Diodes.
C202.2 Design and analyze the basic operations of MOSFET and to know about the multistage amplifier using BJT and FET in various configuration to determine frequency response and concept of voltage gain.
C202.3 Know the concept of feedback amplifier and design the different oscillator circuits for various frequencies.
C202.4 Analyze and design combinational logic circuits and sequential logic circuits.
C202.5 Implement combinational and sequential circuits and classify different semiconductor memories.
3 C203 REE 301 Electrical & Electronics Engineering Materials C203.1 Understand about dielectric materials and apply as liquid, solid & gas.
C203.2 Analyzing magnetic material in terms of soft and hard with hysteresis loop.
C203.3 Understand the feature of semiconductor and create silicon wafer.
C203.4 Understand about electrical conducting and non conducting material used for various purposes.
C203.5 Apply special purpose material for Structure, temperature, cooling and apply in various fields with testing.
4 C204 REE 302 Electrical Measurements & Instrumentation C204.1 Evaluate errors in measurement as well as identify and use different types of instruments for the measurement of voltage, current, power and energy meter.
C204.2 Display the knowledge of measurement of electrical quantities resistance, inductance and capacitance with the help of bridges.
C204.3 Demonstrate the working of instrument transformers as well as calculate the errors in current and potential transformers.
C204.4 Manifest the working of electronic instruments like voltmeter, multi-meter, frequency meter and CRO.
C204.5 Display the knowledge of transducers, their classifications and their applications for the measurement of physical quantities like motion, force, pressure, temperature, flow and liquid level.
5 C205 REE 303 Basic Signals & Systems C205.1 Represent the various types of signals & systems and can perform mathematical operations on them.
C205.2 Analyze the response of LTI system to Fourier series and Fourier transform and to evaluate their applications to network analysis.
C205.3 Analyze the properties of continuous time signals and system using Laplace transform and determine the response of linear system to known inputs.
C205.4 Develop and analyze the concept of state-space models for SISO & MIMO system.
C205.5 Implement the concepts of Z transform to solve complex engineering problems using difference equations.
6 C206 RAS 302 Environment & Ecology C206.1 After completion of this unit, students will be able to understand and Define [I] the basic concept Environment & Ecosystem. They will learn and able to Tell [I] about structure of environment, details of ecosystem structure and functions, human activities and able to Explain [II] its effect on environment along with understanding the sustainable development principles and Select [III] methods to achieve it.
C206.2 After completion of these topics, students will be able to understand and Classify [II] the natural resources and energy resources as well as able to Decide [V] and Choose [III] the proper resources and practices for the betterment of Human life and environment.
C206.3 After completion of these topics students will be able to understand and Classify [II] the various types and sources of pollutions, Judge [V] their effects and Choose [III] remedies. The students will also able to Develop [III] the basic understanding about the current environmental issues and their Solution [VI].
C206.4 After completion of this unit, student will be able to understand the role of government in environment protection as well as environmental Rule on [V] environment protection. The student get Identify [III] the role of NGOs in environment protection along with the Importance [V] of Environmental Education and women education in environment protection.
7 C207 REE 351 Electrical Workshop Lab C207.1 Analyse various types of Electrical connections.
C207.2 Develop small circuits on PCB.
C207.3 Differentiate between various electrical wires, cables and accessories.
C207.4 Demonstrate the layout of electrical substation & various safety measures.
8 C208 REE 352 Electrical Measurements Lab C208.1 Understand the importance of calibration of measuring instruments.
C208.2 Demonstrate the construction and working of different measuring instruments.
C208.3 Demonstrate the construction and working of different AC and DC bridges, along with their applications.
C208.4 Ability to understand different parameter (voltage, current, pattern) of signal displayed on CRO screen.
C208.5 Capability to analyze and solving the variety of problems in the field of electrical measurements.
9 C209 REE 353 Simulation Lab – I C209.1  Remember the MATLAB commands and various mathematical rules application.
C209.2  Evaluating polynomial root, polynomial and differential equation using various methods.
C209.3  Analyzing modeling of DC motor with input signals.
C209.4  Creating simulation of single and three phase circuit with R and RL load at half wave and full wave rectifier.
10 C210 REC 359 Electronics Lab C210.1 Understand the characteristics and applications of the Semiconductor devices.
C210.2 Draw the input and output characteristics of BJT and FET.
C210.3 Explain the principles of oscillation and design various oscillator circuits.
C210.4 Design and experiment with various signal and power amplifier circuits using BJTs and FETs.
C210.5 Demonstrate the working of 555 timer as a monostable and astable multivibrator.
11 C301 REE 501 Electrical Machines-II C301.1 Acquire knowledge about the constructional details and principle of operation of alternators and acquire knowledge about the working of synchronous machines as generators and motors.
C301.2 Acquire knowledge about testing and applications of synchronous machines.
C301.3 Acquire knowledge about the constructional details and principle of operation of three phase induction motors and their testing.
C301.4 Acquire knowledge about the starting and speed control of induction motors.
C301.5 Acquire knowledge of principle of operation and working of single phase induction motors and knowledge of Repulsion motor, Universal motor, Brushless DC motor.
12 C302 REE 502 Power Transmission & Distribution C302.1 Awareness of power system component and supply system.
C302.2 Ability to design the overhead transmission line.
C302.3 Develop the ability to understand the corona formation and line insulator.
C302.4 Explain and design of transmission line and insulated cable.
C302.5 Understand different type of grounding and distribution system layout.
13 C303 REE 503 Control System C303.1 Categorize different types of system and identify a set of algebraic equations to represent and model a complicated system into a more simplified form.
C303.2 Characterize any system in Laplace domain to illustrate different specification of the system using transfer function concept.
C303.3 Interpret different physical and mechanical systems in terms of electrical system to construct equivalent electrical models for analysis.
C303.4 Employ time domain analysis to predict and diagnose transient performance parameters of the system for standard input functions.
C303.5  Formulate different types of analysis in frequency domain to explain the nature of stability of the system and identify the needs of different types of controllers and compensator to ascertain the required dynamic response from the system.
14 C304 REE 052 Principles of Communication C304.1 Understand, analyze and compare different analog modulation schemes for their efficiency and bandwidth.
C304.2 Understand, analyze and compare different angle modulation schemes.
C304.3 Investigate various pulse modulation systems and multiplexing techniques, and analyze their system performance.
C304.4 Analyze the behavior of different communication systems in presence of noise.
15 C305 RUC 501 Cyber Security C305.1 Elaborate concept of Information system security with categorized attacks over it.
C305.2 Justify the need of Application security with classification of security threats.
C305.3 Build understanding in student to develop secure information system with respect to risk analysis management.
C305.4 Student can easily determine list of security policies on online as well as offline media.
16 C306 RAS 501 Managerial Economics C306.1  At the end of this course student will be able to use [I] the concept of awakening of scientific techniques with reference to     managerial economics.
C306.2  At the end of this course student will be able to define [II] the causes, consequences & obstacles of Industrial society.
C306.3 At the end of this course student will be able to evaluate [VI] the changes in marketing structure with technology advancement in society.
C306.4  At the end of this course student will be able to differentiate [IV] industrial laws.
C306.5  At the end of this course student will be able to define [I] the society, management functions and industrial organizations, business worldwide.
17 C307  REE 551 Electrical Machines-II Lab C307.1 Analyze the various principles & concepts involved in Electromechanical Energy conversion.
C307.2 Demonstrate the constructional details of single, three-phase induction and synchronous machines.
C307.3 Evaluate the performance and characteristics of single, 3-phase induction motor and synchronous machines.
C307.4 Testing and speed control methods of induction motor.
18 C308 REE 553 Control System Lab C308.1 Graduates will be able to design and analyze control systems using mathematical models.
C308.2 Analyze the effect of P, PI, PD and PID controllers on a control system.
C308.3 Students will understand about different tools in MATLAB along with the basic matrix operations used in MATLAB.
C308.4 Students will be able to determine the time domain response of a given system and its various specifications.
C308.5 Students will be able to determine stability in frequency domain using Nyquist Plot method and also determine gain margin and phase margin of the given system.
19 C309 REE 554 Software Based Power System Lab C309.1  Understand the parameter of 1-Phase and 3-Phase system.
C309.2  Evaluation of constant with simulation.
C309.3  Evaluation of corona, sag, tension and string efficiency in transmission line.
C309.4  Remember about transmission line effect skin, Ferranti and clearance etc.
20 C310 REE 555 Seminar-I C310.1  Prepare comprehensive report based on literature survey/Topics related to different subjects in the semester.
C310.2  Identify the applicability of modern software tools and technology.
C310.3  Deliver presentation based on the preparation.
C310.4  Answer queries posed by the listeners.
C310.5  Correct him to improve presentation skills.
21 C401 NEE 701 Electric Drives C401.1 To learn the general characteristics and applications of electric drive.
C401.2 To understand the Dynamics of Electric drive and selection of motor rating.
C401.3 To understand the Different type braking.
C401.4 Design and control of DC drive.
C401.5 To learn the operation and control of AC Drive Application.
22 C402 NEE 702 Power Station Practice C402.1 Acquire knowledge about different components and working of thermal power plants and hydroelectric electric plants.
C402.2 Acquire knowledge about different components and working operation of nuclear power plants, Gas turbine plants and diesel plants.
C402.3 Acquire knowledge and calculation of substation and power plant economics and tariffs.
C402.4 Acquire knowledge about the Economic operation of power system and different factors for economic operation.
C402.5 Acquire knowledge about different types of Non-conventional energy sources
23 C403 NEC 702A Analog & Digital Communication C403.1 Understand, analyze and compare different analog modulation schemes and identify different radio receiver circuits.
C403.2 Investigate different angle modulation schemes and analyze the behavior of different communication systems in presence of noise.
C403.3 Investigate pulse modulation systems and analyze their system performance.
C403.4 Analyze and compare different digital modulation schemes.
C403.5 Investigate various multiplexing techniques and analyze the basics of information theory.
24 C404 NOE 072 Quality Management C404.1 Evaluate the principles of quality management and to explain how these principles can be applied within quality management systems.
C404.2 Identify the key aspects of the quality improvement cycle and to select and use appropriate tools and techniques for controlling, improving and measuring quality.
C404.3 Critically appraise the organisational, communication and teamwork requirements for effective quality management.
C404.4 Critically analyse the strategic issues in quality management, including current issues and developments, and to devise and evaluate quality implementation plans.
25 C405 NEE 031 Power System Operation and Control C405.1 Understand about SLD of power system and apply power security at various stages.
C405.2 Analysing the concept of unit commitment with thermal hydro scheduling and evaluating penalty factor, incremental loss.
C405.3 Understand the concept of load frequency and create modelling of single and double area network.
C405.4 Understand the concept of voltage control with schematic diagram and apply various controlling method with compensation.
C405.5 Evaluate the state estimation, linear and non linear model with understanding of Fact controllers.
26 C406 NEE 751 Electric Drive Lab C406.1 Identify relevant information to supplement to the Electric Drives course.
C406.2 Understand control strategies to synthesize the voltages in dc and ac motor drives.
C406.3 Understand the speed control of three phase slip ring induction motor and speed control of three phase slip ring induction motor.
C406.4 Understand the study the speed control and starting transient response of separately excited dc motor using MATLAB.
C406.5 Understand the speed control of separately excited dc motor using chopper control in motoring and braking modes and speed control of three phase induction motor.
27 C407 NEC 752B ADC Lab C407.1 Analyze and compare different analog modulation schemes for their modulation factor, power and noise performance.
C407.2 Study various analog and digital pulse modulation techniques.
C407.3 Analyze different digital modulation schemes.
C407.4 Design and test PRBS generator.
C407.5 Construct digital data for various line coding formats.
28 C408 NEE 753 Industrial Training C408.1 Generate a report based on the experiences and projects carried out with the ability to apply knowledge of Engineering Fundamentals.
C408.2 Demonstrate competency in relevant engineering fields through problem identification, formulation and solution.
C408.3 Effectively implement skills in communication, in writing and using multimedia tools.
C408.4 Develop the ability to work as an individual and in group with the capacity to be a leader or manager as well as an effective team member.
C408.5 Develop the professional and ethical responsibilities of an engineer.
29 C409 NEE 754 Project C409.1 Provides an opportunity to pursue their interest in Electrical Engg., through design, research, theoretical and experimental approach.
C409.2 To enable the students to identify a topic of interest and complete the preliminary work of undertaking case studies, data collection and feasibility studies.
C409.3 Students get guidance to formulate and develop a design proposal and to effectively communicate the same
Even Semester (4, 6, 8)
S. No Course Code University Code Name of Subject CO
1 C211 RAS 401 Mathematics-III C211.1 At the end of this course Students will be able to Describe [I] complex analysis and derivatives of analytic functions, reside theorem Solve [III] the problems related to complex analytic function.
C211.2 At the end of this course Student will be able to Explain [II] Statistical techniques tool & correlation and regression analysis distribution, hypothesis testing Solve [III] problems related to it.
C211.3 At the end of this course Student will be able to Explain [II] Statistical technique method to solve hypothetical testing & theoretical distributions Solve [III] problem solving on it.
C211.4 At the end of this course student will able to Describe [II] numerical technique method to find the roots of transcendental and polynomial function & interpolation. Solve [III] the problem related to polynomial equations.
C211.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Identify [II] numerical techniques method to solve the system of linear equations & solve the integration and differential equation. Illustrate [III] the problem related to system of linear equation and integration transformation.
2 C212 RVE 401 Universal Human Values & Professional Ethics C212.1 After completion of this unit, students will be able to understand and Define [I] the basic concept of value based education. They will also able to understand about basic human aspiration and get know the method to fulfill basic human aspirations.
C212.2 After completion of these topics, students will be able to understand and Explain [II] the harmony in the Human being for the betterment of Human life as well as get the knowledge of Sanyam and Swasthya and Discover [IV] its Importance [V] in human life.
C212.3 After completion of these topics students will be able to understand and Summarize [II] process of achieving harmony in the family and society helpful to Construct [III] Undivided Society and Universal Human Order.
C212.4 After completion of this unit, student will be able to Discover [IV] the method of achieving Harmony in the Nature through Justify [V] harmony at all levels of existence.
C212.5 After completion of this unit, student will get knowledge related to implications of the Holistic understanding helpful to Change [VI] and Built [VI] professional life by following Professional Ethics.
3 C213 REC 402 Electromagnetic Field Theory C213.1 Apply different coordinate systems and their application in electromagnetic field theory, establish a relation between any two systems and also understand the vector calculus.
C213.2 Understand the concept of static electric field. Understand the concept of current and properties of conductors. Establish boundary conditions and to calculate capacitances of different types of capacitors.
C213.3 Understand the concept of static magnetic field, magnetic scalar and vector potential.
C213.4 Understand the forces due to magnetic field, magnetization, magnetic boundary conditions and inductors.
C213.5 Understand displacement current, time varying fields, propagation and reflection of EM waves and transmission lines.
4 C214 REE 401 Power Plant Engineering C214.1 Acquire knowledge about different components and working of hydroelectric electric plants.
C214.2 Acquire knowledge about different components and working operation of thermal power plants.
C214.3 Acquire knowledge about different components and working operation of nuclear power plants.
C214.4 Acquire knowledge about different types of Non-conventional energy sources.
C214.5 Acquire knowledge about the Economic operation of power system and different factors for economic operation.
5 C215 REE 402 Electrical Machines-I C215.1 Understand the principle of electromechanical energy conversion and evaluate force and torque equations.
C215.2 Understand the classifications of DC Machines and analysing numerical problems.
C215.3 Apply the starting and control mechanism for determining efficiency.
C215.4 Understand the 1-φ transformer and applying test procedure for determination of efficiency and regulation.
C215.5 Understanding the construction of 3-φ transformer with phasor groups and analysing excitation, harmonics phenomenon.
6 C216 REE 405 Network Analysis and Synthesis C216.1 To Introduce students with the fundamental concept of graph theory.
C216.2 To Explain the concept of Network theorems and application to dependent and independent sources.
C216.3 To Introduce the Transient circuit analysis.
C216.4 To Introduce Network function and open circuit, short circuit, transmission, hybrid parameter and their interrelation.
C216.5 Understand the Active Network filter and Properties.
7 C217 REE 451 Simulation–II Lab C217.1  Analyze three phase inverter using R and RL Load and DC to DC converter using R and RL Load.
C217.2  Create response of DC machine using three phase rectifier, PID controller.
C217.3  Create response of Induction machine using three phase inverter, synchronous machine using three phase inverter.
C217.4  Understand the fuzzy system toolbox, neural network toolbox and Genetic Algorithm.
C217.5  Apply the Load forecasting of power system using neural network and Least square curve fitting using Genetic Algorithm.
8 C218 REE 452 Electrical Machines-I Lab C218.1  Analysing magnetization and load characteristics of DC Shunt Generator.
C218.2  Evaluation efficiency of DC machine using Swinburne’s and Hopkinson’s method.
C218.3  Applying speed control method’s on DC shunt motor.
C218.4  Evaluating efficiency and regulation of 1-Phase transformer.
C218.5  Understanding about Phase conversion Parallel operation and excitation phenomenon of transformer.
9 C219 REE 453 Networks Lab C219.1 Analyze principle of superposition, Thevenin, Norton, Tellegen’s theorem and Maximum power transfer theorems in AC circuits.
C219.2 Evaluate transient response of current in RL, RC and RLC circuits.
C219.3 Evaluate the frequency response of current in RLC circuit with sinusoidal AC input and Z and h Parameter.
C219.4 Evaluate the parameter properties in inter-connected two port networks and image impedance and characteristic impedance of T and Π networks.
C219.5 Evaluate the parameter properties in inter-connected two port networks and image impedance and characteristic impedance of T and Π networks.
10 C220 REE 454 Electrical Instrumentation Lab C220.1  Demonstrate the construction and working of different measuring instruments.
C220.2  Study and Verify the characteristics of RTD, thermocouple, thermistor and thermometer.
C220.3  Test the principle of water level and flow measurement, operation of flow meter.
C220.4  Familiarize with the various passive and active transducers.
C220.5  Capability to analyze and solving the variety of problems in the field of electrical measurements.
11 C311 REE 601 Power Electronics C311.1  To understand the basics of Power Electronics and to learn the details of power semiconductor switches (Construction, Characteristics and operation).
C311.2 Identify and describe various auxiliary circuits and requirements in power electronics applications. Study principle and operation of DC choppers.
C311.3 Design different types of phase-controlled single phase and three phase converters.
C311.4 Understand the operation of AC voltage controllers and Cyclo Converters.
C311.5  The analysis of Inverters in various configurations.
12 C312 REE 602 Microprocessor C312.1 Will acquire knowledge about Microprocessor & its architecture, evolution.
C312.2 Will acquire knowledge about 8085 Microprocessor Develop assembly language programming skills.
C312.3 Will acquire knowledge about 8086 Microprocessor Develop assembly language programming skills.
C312.4 Perform experiments on assembly language programming.
C312.5 Interfaces including DMA controller, timer in real time applications, memory, PPI, PIC with its need.
13 C313 REE 603 Power System Analysis C313.1 Apply the concept of per unit system and symmetrical components.
C313.2 Analysis of different kinds of faults in an interconnected power systems.
C313.3 Understand methods available for analysis of load flow problem.
C313.4 Analyze different kinds of stability problems in multi machine power system.
C313.5 Understand the principles of Travelling Wave with properties and protection of equipment and line against travelling wave.
14 C314 REE 064 Special Electrical Machines C314.1 Understand the concept of poly phase induction motor with various control schemes.
C314.2 Understand the concept of induction generator and analysing feature of servomotor.
C314.3 Understand the principle of stepper motor and reluctance motor with effective applications.
C314.4 Understand about types of permanent magnet motor and its applications.
C314.5 Understand the concept of single phase commutator motor with operations.
15 C315 RAS 601 Industrial Management C315.1 Understand the theories and principles of modern management and apply the concepts to the management of organizations in private and public sector.
C315.2 Understand how managers can effectively plan in today’s dynamic environment, be familiar with the design of organization structure and describe how environmental uncertainty affects organization design.
C315.3 Identify what strategies organizations might use to become more customer oriented and be more innovative. Identify the characteristics of effective teams and understand why teams have become so popular in organizations.
C315.4 Describe contemporary theories of motivation and discuss the challenges managers face in motivating unique group of workers.
C315.5 At the end of this course student will be able to define the society, management functions and industrial organizations.
16 C316 RAS 602 Sociology C316.1 At the end of this course student will be able to use [I] the concept of awakening of scientific techniques and rise of industrial era.
C316.2 At the end of this course student will be able to define [II] the causes ,consequences & obstacles of Industrial society.
C316.3 At the end of this course student will be able to evaluate [VI] the changes in society due to industrialization.
C316.4 At the end of this course student will be able to differentiate [IV] industrial laws.
C316.5 At the end of this course student will be able to define [I] the society, management functions and industrial organizations.
17 C317 REE 661 Power Electronics Lab C317.1 Analyze the input/output characteristics for MOSFET, IGBT and SCR.
C317.2 Analyze natural and forced commutation techniques using SCRs.
C317.3 Able to apply power electronic circuits for different loads.
C317.4 To understand and analyze the operation of controlled rectifiers, choppers, inverters.
C317.5 Prepare professional quality textual and graphical presentations of laboratory data and computational results, incorporating accepted data analysis and synthesis methods, mathematical software, and word‐processing tools.
18 C318 REE 662 Microprocessor Lab C318.1 Will acquire knowledge about 8085 & 8086 Microprocessor Develop   assembly language programming skills.
C318.2 Perform experiments on assembly language programming.
C318.3 Interfaces including DMA controller, timer in real time applications, memory, PPI, PIC with its need.
19 C319 REE 664 Electrical Design & Fabrication Lab C319.1 Design and Fabrication of PCB, Transformer, Filter, HPFR etc.
C319.2 Develop small Controller and Inductor circuits on PCB.
C319.3 Evaluate various electrical parameters.
C319.4 Understand about Power electronics switches and their applications.
20 C320 REE 665 Seminar-II C320.1 Prepare comprehensive report based on literature survey/Topics related to different subjects in the semester.
C320.2 Identify the applicability of modern software tools and technology.
C320.3 Deliver presentation based on the preparation.
C320.4 Answer queries posed by the listeners.
C320.5 Correct himself to improve presentation skills.
21 C411 NOE 081 Non-Conventional Energy Resources C411.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Identify [III] energy demand and relate with available energy resources.
C411.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Understand [II] The concept of solar energy and their applications in different fields.
C411.3 At the end of this course Student will able to Understand [II] The ways to harness energy from nonconventional energy sources like geothermal, wind and ocean.
C411.4 At the end of this course Student will able to Analyze [IV] Magneto hydrodynamics and Fuel cell technology.
C411.5 At the end of this course Student will able to Analyze [IV] harnessing of biomass, Geothermal and Ocean energies.
22 C412 NEE 801 Electrical & Electronics Engineering Materials C412.1 Understand about Crystal structure of materials and apply Bragg’s law.
C412.2 Understand about conductivity and performance of metals and insulating materials.
C412.3 Understand the mechanism of semiconductor and its types.
C412.4 Understand about magnetic properties soft and hard magnetic of materials.
23 C413 NEE 802 Utilization of Electrical Energy & Traction C413.1 Understand and apply the power electronics technology in efficient utilization of electrical power.
C413.2 Design lighting system using LED Technologies.
C413.3 Analyze effective utilization of Power Electronic Technologies in Electrical Traction.
C413.4 Evaluate the use of Power Electronic Technologies in various process control.
24 C414 NEE 042 Power Quality C414.1 To understand the Dynamics of Electric drive and selection of motor rating.
C414.2 To understand the sources of voltage sag and protecting devices from voltage sag .
C414.3 To understand the Different type of Electrical Transient.
C414.4 To apply knowledge of power quality and harmonics in power systems.
C414.5 To Introduce the measurement of power quality problem and custom power devices.
25 C415 NEE 851 Project C415.1 To enable the students to develop comprehensive solution to issues identified in previous semester work and to meet the requirements as stated in project brief.
C415.2 To inculcate the ability to synthesize the results of the detailed analytical studies conducted, lay down validity and design criteria, interpret the result for application to the problem, develop the concept and detailed design solution and to effectively communicate the thesis rationale.
Session: 2017-18
Odd Semester (3, 5, 7)
S. No Course Code University Code Name of Subject CO
1 C201 ROE 033 Laser Systems & Applications C201.1 Understand the basic concept modern/quantum physics. They will learn about atomic structure, concept of black body, free electron and also Schrodinger wave equations and their various applications.
C201.2 Understand the elements, techniques and principle of laser.
C201.3 Understand the general laser, and students will also learn the construction and working of solid, liquid, gas and semiconductor lasers.
C201.4 Implement laser in material processing, medical science and in optical communication etc.
2 C202 REC 309 Analog & Digital Electronics C202.1 Understand the principles of Special purpose and power Diodes.
C202.2 Design and analyze the basic operations of MOSFET and to know about the multistage amplifier using BJT and FET in various configuration to determine frequency response and concept of voltage gain.
C202.3 Know the concept of feedback amplifier and design the different oscillator circuits for various frequencies.
C202.4 Analyze and design combinational logic circuits and sequential logic circuits.
C202.5 Implement combinational and sequential circuits and classify different semiconductor memories.
3 C203 REE 301 Electrical & Electronics Engineering Materials C203.1 Understand about dielectric materials and apply as liquid, solid & gas.
C203.2 Analyzing magnetic material in terms of soft and hard with hysteresis loop.
C203.3 Understand the feature of semiconductor and create silicon wafer.
C203.4 Understand about electrical conducting and non conducting material used for various purposes.
C203.5 Apply special purpose material for Structure, temperature, cooling and apply in various fields with testing.
4 C204 REE 302 Electrical Measurements & Instrumentation C204.1 Evaluate errors in measurement as well as identify and use different types of instruments for the measurement of voltage, current, power and energy meter.
C204.2 Display the knowledge of measurement of electrical quantities resistance, inductance and capacitance with the help of bridges.
C204.3 Demonstrate the working of instrument transformers as well as calculate the errors in current and potential transformers.
C204.4 Manifest the working of electronic instruments like voltmeter, multi-meter, frequency meter and CRO.
C204.5 Display the knowledge of transducers, their classifications and their applications for the measurement of physical quantities like motion, force, pressure, temperature, flow and liquid level.
5 C206 RVE 301 Universal Human Values & Professional Ethics C205.1 Represent the various types of signals & systems and can perform mathematical operations on them.
C205.2 Analyze the response of LTI system to Fourier series and Fourier transform and to evaluate their applications to network analysis.
C205.3 Analyze the properties of continuous time signals and system using Laplace transform and determine the response of linear system to known inputs.
C205.4 Develop and analyze the concept of state-space models for SISO & MIMO system.
C205.5 Implement the concepts of Z transform to solve complex engineering problems using difference equations.
6 C207 REE 351 Electrical Workshop C207.1  Analyse various types of Electrical connections.
C207.2  Develop small circuits on PCB.
C207.3  Differentiate between various electrical wires, cables and accessories.
C207.4  Demonstrate the layout of electrical substation & various safety measures.
7 C208 REE 352 Electrical Measurements Lab C208.1 Understand the importance of calibration of measuring instruments.
C208.2 Demonstrate the construction and working of different measuring instruments.
C208.3 Demonstrate the construction and working of different AC and DC bridges, along with their applications.
C208.4 Ability to understand different parameter (voltage, current, pattern) of signal displayed on CRO screen.
C208.5 Capability to analyze and solving the variety of problems in the field of electrical measurements.
8 C209 REE 353 Simulation Lab – I C209.1  Remember the MATLAB commands and various mathematical rules application.
C209.2  Evaluating polynomial root, polynomial and differential equation using various methods.
C209.3  Analyzing modeling of DC motor with input signals.
C209.4  Creating simulation of single and three phase circuit with R and RL load at half wave and full wave rectifier.
9 C210 REC 359 Electronics Lab C210.1 Understand the characteristics and applications of the Semiconductor devices.
C210.2 Draw the input and output characteristics of BJT and FET.
C210.3 Explain the principles of oscillation and design various oscillator circuits.
C210.4 Design and experiment with various signal and power amplifier circuits using BJTs and FETs.
C210.5 Demonstrate the working of 555 timer as a monostable and astable multivibrator.
10 C301 NEE 501 Elements Of Power System C301.1 Awareness of power system component and supply system.
C301.2 Ability to design the overhead transmission line.
C301.3 Develop the ability to understand the corona formation and line insulator.
C301.4 Explain and design of transmission line and insulated cable.
C301.5 Understand different type of grounding and distribution system layout.
11 C302 NEE 502 Power Electronics C302.1 To understand the basics of Power Electronics and to learn the details of power semiconductor switches (Construction, Characteristics and operation).
C302.2 Identify and describe various auxiliary circuits and requirements in power electronics applications. Study principle and operation of DC choppers.
C302.3 Design different types of phase-controlled single phase and three phase converters.
C302.4 Understand the operation of AC voltage controllers and Cyclo Converters.
C302.5 The analysis of Inverters in various configurations.
12 C303 NEE 503 Control System C303.1 Categorize different types of system and identify a set of algebraic equations to represent and model a complicated system into a more simplified form.
C303.2 Characterize any system in Laplace domain to illustrate different specification of the system using transfer function concept.
C303.3 Interpret different physical and mechanical systems in terms of electrical system to construct equivalent electrical models for analysis.
C303.4 Employ time domain analysis to predict and diagnose transient performance parameters of the system for standard input functions.
C303.5  Formulate different types of analysis in frequency domain to explain the nature of stability of the system and identify the needs of different types of controllers and compensator to ascertain the required dynamic response from the system.
13 C304 NEE 504 Microprocessor & its Application C304.1 Will acquire knowledge about Microprocessor & its architecture, evolution.
C304.2 Will acquire knowledge about 8085 Microprocessor Develop assembly language programming skills.
C304.3 Will acquire knowledge about 8086Microprocessor Develop assembly language programming skills.
C304.4 Perform experiments on assembly language programming.
C304.5 Interfaces including DMA controller, timer in real time applications, memory, PPI, PIC with its need.
14 C305 NEC 508 Fundamentals of EM Theory C305.1 Apply different coordinate systems and their application in electromagnetic field theory, establish a relation between any two systems and also understand the vector calculus.
C305.2 Understand the concept of static electric field. Understand the concept of current and properties of conductors. Establish boundary conditions and to calculate capacitances of different types of capacitors.
C305.3 Understand the concept of static magnetic field, magnetic scalar and vector potential.
C305.4 Understand the forces due to magnetic field, magnetization, magnetic boundary conditions and inductors.
C305.5 Understand displacement current, time varying fields, propagation and reflection of EM waves and transmission lines.
15 C306 NHU 501 Engineering Economics C306.1  At the end of this course student will be able to use [I] the concept of awakening of scientific techniques with reference to     managerial economics.
C306.2  At the end of this course student will be able to define [II] the causes, consequences & obstacles of Industrial society.
C306.3 At the end of this course student will be able to evaluate [VI] the changes in marketing structure with technology advancement in society.
C306.4 At the end of this course student will be able to differentiate [IV] industrial laws.
C306.5 At the end of this course student will be able to define [I] the society, management functions and industrial organizations, business worldwide.
16 C307 NEE 551 Power Electronics Lab C307.1 Analyze the input/output characteristics for MOSFET, IGBT and SCR.
C307.2 Analyze natural and forced commutation techniques using SCRs.
C307.3 Able to apply power electronic circuits for different loads.
C307.4 To understand and analyze the operation of controlled rectifiers, choppers, inverters.
C307.5 Prepare professional quality textual and graphical presentations of laboratory data and computational results, incorporating accepted data analysis and synthesis methods, mathematical software, and word‐processing tools.
17 C308 NEE 552 Control System Lab C308.1 Graduates will be able to design and analyze control systems using mathematical models.
C308.2 Analyze the effect of P, PI, PD and PID controllers on a control system.
C308.3 Students will understand about different tools in MATLAB along with the basic matrix operations used in MATLAB.
C308.4 Students will be able to determine the time domain response of a given system and its various specifications.
C308.5 Students will be able to determine stability in frequency domain using Nyquist Plot method and also determine gain margin and phase margin of the given system.
18 C309 NEE 553 Microprocessor Lab C309.1 Will acquire knowledge about 8085 & 8086 Microprocessor Develop   assembly language programming skills.
C309.2 Perform experiments on assembly language programming.
C309.3 Interfaces including DMA controller, timer in real time applications, memory, PPI, PIC with its need.
19 C310 NEE 554 Simulation Based Minor Project Lab C310.1 Understand the implementation of modern tool and commands.
C310.2 Apply the modern tool like Matlab-Simulink for developing circuit.
C310.3 Evaluate the result of developed circuit like rectifier, chopper, regulator etc.
C310.4 Analyze the developed circuit and its performance.
20 C401 NEE 701 Electric Drives C401.1 To learn the general characteristics and applications of electric drive.
C401.2 To understand the Dynamics of Electric drive and selection of motor rating.
C401.3 To understand the Different type braking.
C401.4 Design and control of DC drive.
C401.5 To learn the operation and control of AC Drive Application.
21 C402 NEE 702 Power Station Practice C402.1 Acquire knowledge about different components and working of thermal power plants and hydroelectric electric plants.
C402.2 Acquire knowledge about different components and working operation of nuclear power plants, Gas turbine plants and diesel plants.
C402.3 Acquire knowledge and calculation of substation and power plant economics and tariffs.
C402.4 Acquire knowledge about the Economic operation of power system and different factors for economic operation.
C402.5 Acquire knowledge about different types of Non-conventional energy sources
22 C403 NEC 702A Analog & Digital Communication C403.1 Understand, analyze and compare different analog modulation schemes and identify different radio receiver circuits.
C403.2 Investigate different angle modulation schemes and analyze the behavior of different communication systems in presence of noise.
C403.3 Investigate pulse modulation systems and analyze their system performance.
C403.4 Analyze and compare different digital modulation schemes.
C403.5 Investigate various multiplexing techniques and analyze the basics of information theory.
23 C404 NOE 072 Quality Management C404.1 Evaluate the principles of quality management and to explain how these principles can be applied within quality management systems.
C404.2 Identify the key aspects of the quality improvement cycle and to select and use appropriate tools and techniques for controlling, improving and measuring quality.
C404.3 Critically appraise the organizational, communication and teamwork requirements for effective quality management.
C404.4 Critically analyse the strategic issues in quality management, including current issues and developments, and to devise and evaluate quality implementation plans.
24 C405 NEE 031 Power System Operation and Control C405.1 Understand about SLD of power system and apply power security at various stages.
C405.2 Analysing the concept of unit commitment with thermal hydro scheduling and evaluating penalty factor, incremental loss.
C405.3 Understand the concept of load frequency and create modelling of single and double area network.
C405.4 Understand the concept of voltage control with schematic diagram and apply various controlling method with compensation.
C405.5 Evaluate the state estimation, linear and non linear model with understanding of Fact controllers.
25 C406 NEE 751 Electric Drive Lab C406.1 Identify relevant information to supplement to the Electric Drives course.
C406.2 Understand control strategies to synthesize the voltages in dc and ac motor drives.
C406.3 Understand the speed control of three phase slip ring induction motor and speed control of three phase slip ring induction motor.
C406.4 Understand the study the speed control and starting transient response of separately excited dc motor using MATLAB.
C406.5 Understand the speed control of separately excited dc motor using chopper control in motoring and braking modes and speed control of three phase induction motor.
26 C407 NEC 752B ADC Lab C407.1 Analyze and compare different analog modulation schemes for their modulation factor, power and noise performance.
C407.2 Study various analog and digital pulse modulation techniques.
C407.3 Analyze different digital modulation schemes.
C407.4 Design and test PRBS generator.
C407.5 Construct digital data for various line coding formats.
27 C408 NEE 753 Industrial Training C408.1 Generate a report based on the experiences and projects carried out with the ability to apply knowledge of Engineering Fundamentals.
C408.2 Demonstrate competency in relevant engineering fields through problem identification, formulation and solution.
C408.3 Effectively implement skills in communication, in writing and using multimedia tools.
C408.4 Develop the ability to work as an individual and in group with the capacity to be a leader or manager as well as an effective team member.
C408.5 Develop the professional and ethical responsibilities of an engineer.
28 C409 NEE 754 Project C409.1 Provides an opportunity to pursue their interest in Electrical Engg., through design, research, theoretical and experimental approach.
C409.2 To enable the students to identify a topic of interest and complete the preliminary work of undertaking case studies, data collection and feasibility studies.
C409.3 Students get guidance to formulate and develop a design proposal and to effectively communicate the same
Even Semester (4, 6, 8)
S. No Course Code University Code Name of Subject CO
1 C211 RAS 401 Mathematics-III C211.1 At the end of this course Students will be able to Describe [I] complex analysis and derivatives of analytic functions, reside theorem Solve [III] the problems related to complex analytic function.
C211.2 At the end of this course Student will be able to Explain [II] Statistical techniques tool & correlation and regression analysis distribution, hypothesis testing Solve [III] problems related to it.
C211.3 At the end of this course Student will be able to Explain [II] Statistical technique method to solve hypothetical testing & theoretical distributions Solve [III] problem solving on it.
C211.4 At the end of this course student will able to Describe [II] numerical technique method to find the roots of transcendental and polynomial function & interpolation. Solve [III] the problem related to polynomial equations.
C211.5 At the end of this course student will be able to Identify [II] numerical techniques method to solve the system of linear equations & solve the integration and differential equation. Illustrate [III] the problem related to system of linear equation and integration transformation.
2 C212 RAS 402 Environment & Ecology C212.1 After completion of this unit, students will be able to understand and Define [I] the basic concept Environment & Ecosystem. They will learn and able to Tell [I] about structure of environment, details of ecosystem structure and functions, human activities and able to Explain [II] its effect on environment along with understanding the sustainable development principles and Select [III] methods to achieve it.
C212.2 After completion of these topics, students will be able to understand and Classify [II] the natural resources and energy resources as well as able to Decide [V] and Choose [III] the proper resources and practices for the betterment of Human life and environment.
C212.3 After completion of these topics students will be able to understand and Classify [II] the various types and sources of pollutions, Judge [V] their effects and Choose [III] remedies. The students will also able to Develop [III] the basic understanding about the current environmental issues and their Solution [VI].
C212.4 After completion of this unit, student will be able to understand the role of government in environment protection as well as environmental Rule on [V] environment protection. The student get Identify [III] the role of NGOs in environment protection along with the Importance [V] of Environmental Education and women education in environment protection.
3 C213 REC 402 Electromagnetic Field Theory C213.1 Apply different coordinate systems and their application in electromagnetic field theory, establish a relation between any two systems and also understand the vector calculus.
C213.2 Understand the concept of static electric field. Understand the concept of current and properties of conductors. Establish boundary conditions and to calculate capacitances of different types of capacitors.
C213.3 Understand the concept of static magnetic field, magnetic scalar and vector potential.
C213.4 Understand the forces due to magnetic field, magnetization, magnetic boundary conditions and inductors.
C213.5 Understand displacement current, time varying fields, propagation and reflection of EM waves and transmission lines.
4 C214 REE 401 Power Plant Engineering C214.1 Acquire knowledge about different components and working of hydroelectric electric plants.
C214.2 Acquire knowledge about different components and working operation of thermal power plants.
C214.3 Acquire knowledge about different components and working operation of nuclear power plants.
C214.4 Acquire knowledge about different types of Non-conventional energy sources.
C214.5  Acquire knowledge about the Economic operation of power system and different factors for economic operation.
5 C215 REE 402 Electrical Machines -I C215.1 Understand the principle of electromechanical energy conversion and evaluate force and torque equations.
C215.2 Understand the classifications of DC Machines and analysing numerical problems.
C215.3 Apply the starting and control mechanism for determining efficiency.
C215.4 Understand the 1-φ transformer and applying test procedure for determination of efficiency and regulation.
C215.5 Understanding the construction of 3-φ transformer with phasor groups and analysing excitation, harmonics phenomenon.
6 C216 REE 405 Network Analysis and Synthesis C216.1 To Introduce students with the fundamental concept of graph theory.
C216.2 To Explain the concept of Network theorems and application to dependent and independent sources.
C216.3 To Introduce the Transient circuit analysis.
C216.4 To Introduce Network function and open circuit, short circuit, transmission, hybrid parameter and their interrelation.
C216.5 Understand the Active Network filter and Properties.
7 C217 REE 451 Simulation– II Lab C217.1 Analyze three phase inverter using R and RL Load and DC to DC converter using R and RL Load.
C217.2 Create response of DC machine using three phase rectifier, PID controller.
C217.3 Create response of Induction machine using three phase inverter, synchronous machine using three phase inverter.
C217.4  Understand the fuzzy system toolbox, neural network toolbox and Genetic Algorithm.
C217.5  Apply the Load forecasting of power system using neural network and Least square curve fitting using Genetic Algorithm.
8 C218 REE 452 Electrical Machines-I Lab C218.1  Analysing magnetization and load characteristics of DC Shunt Generator.
C218.2  Evaluation efficiency of DC machine using Swinburne’s and Hopkinson’s method.
C218.3  Applying speed control method’s on DC shunt motor.
C218.4  Evaluating efficiency and regulation of 1-Phase transformer.
C218.5  Understanding about Phase conversion Parallel operation and excitation phenomenon of transformer.
9 C219 REE 453 Networks Lab C219.1 Analyze principle of superposition, Thevenin, Norton, Tellegen’s theorem and Maximum power transfer theorems in AC circuits.
C219.2 Evaluate transient response of current in RL, RC and RLC circuits.
C219.3 Evaluate the frequency response of current in RLC circuit with sinusoidal AC input and Z and h Parameter.
C219.4 Evaluate the parameter properties in inter-connected two port networks and image impedance and characteristic impedance of T and Π networks.
C219.5 Evaluate the parameter properties in inter-connected two port networks and image impedance and characteristic impedance of T and Π networks.
10 C220 REE 454 Electrical Instrumentation Lab C220.1 Demonstrate the construction and working of different measuring instruments.
C220.2 Study and Verify the characteristics of RTD, thermocouple, thermistor and thermometer.
C220.3 Test the principle of water level and flow measurement, operation of flow meter.
C220.4 Familiarize with the various passive and active transducers.
C220.5 Capability to analyze and solving the variety of problems in the field of electrical measurements.
11 C312 NEE 601 Power System Analysis C312.1 Apply the concept of per unit system and symmetrical components.
C312.2 Analysis of different kinds of faults in interconnected power systems.
C312.3 Understand methods available for analysis of load flow problem.
C312.4 Analyze different kinds of stability problems in multi machine power system.
C312.5 Understand the principles of Travelling Wave with properties and protection of equipment and line against travelling wave.
12 C313 NEE 602 Switchgear & Protection C313.1 Acquire knowledge of various abnormal conditions or faults that could occur in power system.
C313.2 Estimate various protective devices in power system and their applications for protecting equipment and personnel.
C313.3 Acquire knowledge about protection of Transmission Line.
C313.4 Acquire knowledge of various types of existing circuit breakers, their design and constructional details.
C313.5 Estimate various protective devices for Apparatus protection in power system.
13 C314 NEE 603 Special Electric Machine C314.1 Understand the concept of poly phase induction motor with various control schemes.
C314.2 Understand the concept of induction generator and analysing feature of servomotor.
C314.3 Understand the principle of stepper motor and reluctance motor with effective applications.
C314.4 Understand about types of permanent magnet motor and its applications.
C314.5 Understand the concept of single phase commutator motor with operations.
           14 C315 NEE 014 Power Theft and Energy Management C315.1 To understand the generation of energy, utilization and theft.
C315.2 To understand the power theft in energy meters like electro-mechanical and electronic.
C315.3 To understand the efficiency of energy system, management and audit
C315.4 To understand the principle of electrical load, lighting system and demand.
15 C316 NEE 024 Smart Energy Delivery System C316.1 To understand concept of smart grid and its barriers, opportunities.
C316.2 Apply the smart grid technologies for enhancement in system performance.
C316.3 Analyze the implementation of various automation technique for smart grid  and energy storage system.
C316.4 To understand the concept of microgrid and distributed energy resource with effective applications.
16 C317 NHU 601 Industrial Management C317.1 Understand the theories and principles of modern management and apply the concepts to the management of organizations in private and public sector.
C317.2 Understand how managers can effectively plan in today’s dynamic environment, be familiar with the design of organization structure and describe how environmental uncertainty affects organization design.
C317.3 Identify what strategies organizations might use to become more customer oriented and be more innovative. Identify the characteristics of effective teams and understand why teams have become so popular in organizations.
C317.4 Describe contemporary theories of motivation and discuss the challenges managers face in motivating unique group of workers.
C317.5 At the end of this course student will be able to define the society, management functions and industrial organizations.
17 C318 NEE 651 Power System Lab C318.1 Analyze the performance of transmission lines and relays.
C318.2 Calculate the steady-state power flow in a power system.
C318.3 Analyze different types of short-circuit faults which occur in power systems.
18 C319 NEE 652 Electrical CAD Lab C319.1 Design of 1-Phase and 3-Phase Transformer using CAD software.
C319.2 Design of 1-Phase and 3-Phase Induction motor using CAD software.
C319.3 Design of 1-Phase and 3-Phase alternator and Synchronous motor using CAD software.
C319.4 Design of compensator using CAD software.
19 C320 NEE 653 Minor Project C320.1 Apply various types of hardware and software for minor project works.
C320.2 Develop small circuits on PCB.
C320.3 Select the minor projects for society needs with sustainability.
C320.4 Categorize the various component used for fabrications.
20 C321 NEE 654 Seminar C321.1 Prepare comprehensive report based on literature survey/Topics related to different subjects in the semester.
C321.2 Identify the applicability of modern software tools and technology.
C321.3 Deliver presentation based on the preparation.
C321.4 Answer queries posed by the listeners.
C321.5 Correct himself to improve presentation skills.
21 C411 NOE 081 Non -Conventional Energy Resources C411.1 At the end of this course Student will able to Identify [III] energy demand and relate with available energy resources.
C411.2 At the end of this course Student will able to Understand [II] The concept of solar energy and their applications in different fields.
C411.3 At the end of this course Student will able to Understand [II] The ways to harness energy from nonconventional energy sources like geothermal, wind and ocean.
C411.4 At the end of this course Student will able to Analyze [IV] Magneto hydrodynamics and Fuel cell technology.
C411.5 At the end of this course Student will able to Analyze [IV] harnessing of biomass, Geothermal and Ocean energies.
22 C412 NEE 801 Electrical & Electronics Engineering Materials C412.1 Understand about Crystal structure of materials and apply Bragg’s law.
C412.2 Understand about conductivity and performance of metals and insulating materials.
C412.3 Understand the mechanism of semiconductor and its types.
C412.4 Understand about magnetic properties soft and hard magnetic of materials.
23 C413 NEE 802 Utilization of Electrical Energy & Traction C413.1 Understand and apply the power electronics technology in efficient utilization of electrical power.
C413.2 Design lighting system using LED Technologies.
C413.3 Analyze effective utilization of Power Electronic Technologies in Electrical Traction.
C413.4 Evaluate the use of Power Electronic Technologies in various process control.
24 C414 NEE 042 Power Quality C414.1 To understand the Dynamics of Electric drive and selection of motor rating.
C414.2 To understand the sources of voltage sag and protecting devices from voltage sag .
C414.3 To understand the Different type of Electrical Transient.
C414.4 To apply knowledge of power quality and harmonics in power systems.
C414.5 To Introduce the measurement of power quality problem and custom power devices.
25 C415 NEE 851 Project C415.1 To enable the students to develop comprehensive solution to issues identified in previous semester work and to meet the requirements as stated in project brief.
C415.2 To inculcate the ability to synthesize the results of the detailed analytical studies conducted, lay down validity and design criteria, interpret the result for application to the problem, develop the concept and detailed design solution and to effectively communicate the thesis rationale.
 

B.N. College of engineering & technology believes in providing the best college experience to the students. With state of the art facilities and upgraded infrastructure BNCET is one of the best colleges in the country matching international standards. Each and every department of our college has technologically upgraded classrooms facilitate teaching through advanced tools and techniques.

 

Keeping in mind the versatility and popularity of the Electrical Engineering, extra focus has been given to EE department. Department has centrally air-conditioned classrooms, with Wi-Fi enabled projectors, tutorial rooms, library, a state-of-the-art seminar rooms and fully equipped laboratories and workshops.

                                                                                                   

The departmental library is enriched with the latest addition of the text books and references which serve the students to further exploring their knowledge and carrying out researches. The department is fully CCTV-enabled to cater to the safety requirements of the students and staff.

 

The E-learning Rooms (Swayam/MOOCs classrooms) have been developed to support students in their studies. We aim to promote and expand the use of E-learning across the college to enhance the student experience. We strive to ensure that our facilities can reflect the excellence of teaching, learning and research which is expected of a world class institution. 

 

The Electrical Engineering Department provides state of the art laboratory facilities to its students, faculty and staff for carrying out teaching, research and practical activities. The department has dedicated labs for various subjects of electrical and electronics engineering. These laboratories provide practical exposure to multiple subjects and give an opportunity to the students to experiment with what they have learnt in classrooms.

 

Training students in a practical environment is a vital part of the academic plans of the university. Our department offers modern workshop facilities as an integral part of various programs curriculum. The workshops enable students to experiment with different techniques and machines and provide the opportunity to learn to use professional equipment.

 

S. No Name of the Lab Name of Officer In charge Major Equipment’s List of Experiment
1 Basic Electrical Engineering (KEE-101/201) Mr. Kshitij Srivastava Theorem’s kit, Transformer and cut section of electrical machines 1.        Verification of Kirchhoff‟s laws 2.        Verification of Superposition and Thevenin Theorem. 3.        Measurement of power and power factor in a single phase ac series inductive circuit and study improvement of power factor using capacitor 4.        Study of phenomenon of resonance in RLC series circuit and obtain resonant frequency. 5.        Connection and measurement of power consumption of a fluorescent lamp (tube light). 6.        Measurement of power in 3- phase circuit by two wattmeter method and determination of its power factor for star as well as delta connected load. 7.        Determination of parameters of ac single phase series RLC circuit 8.        To observe the B-H loop of a ferromagnetic material in CRO. 9.        Determination of (i) Voltage ratio (ii) polarity and (iii) efficiency by load test of a single phase transformer 10.     Determination of efficiency of a dc shunt motor by load test 11.     To study running and speed reversal of a three phase induction motor and record speed in both directions. 12.     Demonstration of cut-out sections of machines: dc machine, three phase induction machine, singlephase induction machine and synchronous machine.
2 Analog Electronic Lab (KEE-351)   Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Gupta Op-amp Kit, Flip-Flop Kit 1.        To Plot V-I characteristics of junction diode and zener diode. 1.        To draw wave shape of the electrical signal at input and output points of the half wave, full wave and bridge rectifiers. 2.        To Plot input / output characteristics for common base transistor. 3.        To Plot input /output characteristics of FET and determine FET parameters at a given operating point 4.        To determine voltage gain, current gain, input impedance and output impedance of common emitter amplifier. 5.        To determine voltage gain, current gain, input impedance and output impedance and frequency response of R-C coupled common emitter amplifier. 6.        To design R-C Phase shift / Wein Bridge oscillator and verify experimentally the frequency of oscillation. 7.        To study transistor as a switch and determine load voltage and load current when the transistor is ON.
3 Electrical Measurement & Instrumentation Lab (KEE-352)   Mr. Sunil Kumar Singh   Bridges Kit, Calibration Kit 1.        Calibration of AC voltmeter and AC ammeter. 2.        Measurement of inductance by Maxwell’s Bridge. 3.        Measurement of inductance by Hay’s Bridge. 4.        Measurement of inductance by Anderson’s Bridge. 5.        Measurement of capacitance by Owen’s Bridge. 6.        Measurement of capacitance by De Sauty Bridge. 7.        Measurement of capacitance by Schering Bridge. 8.        Measurement of low resistance by using Kevin’s Double bridge. 9.        Measurement of phase difference and frequency of AC signal using CRO. 10.     Measurement of Power using CT & PT. 11.     Measurement of iron loss in a ring by using Maxwell’s Bridge. 12.     To measure high resistance by using loss of charge method.
4 Electrical Workshop Lab (KEE-353)   Mr. Jitendra Kumar Srivastava   Multimeter, Eathtester, Vice and Electrical tools 1.      To study the working and Control of two lamps in series and in parallel 2.      To perform the stair case working and it’s testing. 3.      To study the working principle and wiring of fluorescent lamp 4.      To study and wiring of distribution board including power plug using isolator, MCB, ELCB. 5.      To study and estimate a typical, BHK house wiring. 6.      Familiarization, soldering, testing and observing the wave forms on CRO of a HW and FW uncontrolled rectifier (using diodes) with capacitor filter. 7.      Visit your college substation and familiarize the supply system, Transformer, HT Panel and Distribution etc. 8.      To study construction, working and application of workshop tools. Also study the Electrical and Electronics Symbols. 9.      To study the wires, cables and their gauges, Domestic Electrical Accessories. 10.  To study fault, Remedies in Domestic Installation and Indian Electricity Rules 11.  To study the different types of earthing system and measure the earth resistance.
8 Minor Project Lab (KEE-354) Mr. Priyank Srivastava   1-φ and 3-φ Induction Motor and Synchronous Machines, Rectifier Prepared By Group of student on innovative concern
6 Control System Lab(REE-553)   Dr. Bheem Sonkar   PID Controller, DC Position Control, Synchro Transmeter and Receiver, MATLAB Software 1To determine response of first order and second order systems for step input for various values of constant ’K’ using linear simulator unit and compare theoretical and practical results. 2To study P, PI and PID temperature controller for an oven and compare their performance. 3To study and calibrate temperature using resistance temperature detector (RTD) 4To design Lag, Lead and Lag-Lead compensators using Bode plot. 5To study DC position control system 6To study synchro-transmitter and receiver and obtain output vs input characteristics 7To determine speed-torque characteristics of an ac servomotor 8To study performance of servo voltage stabilizer at various loads using load bank.   _ 9To study behavior of separately excited dc motor in open loop and closed loop conditions atvarious loads. 10To study characteristics of positional error detector by angular displacement of two servo potentio-meters.
7 Software Based Power System Lab (REE-554)   Dr. Akhilesh Kumar Gupta MATLAB Software. MATLAB  BASED 1Calculate the parameters of single phase transmission line 2Calculate the parameters of three phase single circuit transmission line 3Calculate the parameters of three phase double circuit transmission line 4Determine the ABCD constant for transmission line 5Simulate the Ferranti effect in transmission line 6Calculate the corona loss of transmission line 7Calculation of sag & tension of transmission line 8Calculation of string efficiency of insulator of transmission line 9Calculation for grading of underground cables 10Simulate the skin effect in the transmission line 11Calculation of ground clearance of transmission line 12Calculate the parameters for underground cable
8 Industrial Automation & PLC Lab (REE-751)   Dr. Bheem Sonkar   Virtual Lab A             For Industrial Automation (minimum 5 experiments):http://ialcoep.vlabs.ac.in/List%20of%20experiments.html?domain=Electrical%20Engineering B             For PLC (minimum 5 experiments): http://plccoep.vlabs.ac.in/List%20of%20experiments.html?domain=Electrical%20Engineering
9 Power System Lab (REE-752) Mr. Sushil Kumar   Ferranti Effect Kit, Oil Testing Kit, Xd and Xq of alternator, Relay Kit 1To determine direct axis reactance (xd) and quadrature axis reactance (xq) of a salient pole alternator. 2To determine negative and zero sequence reactances of an alternator. 3To determine sub transient direct axis reactance (xd) and sub transient quadrature axis reactance (xq) of an alternator 4To determine fault current for L-G, L-L, L-L-G and L-L-L faults at the terminals of an alternator at very low excitation 5To study the IDMT over current relay and determine the time current characteristics 6To study percentage differential relay 7To study Impedance, MHO and Reactance type distance relay 8To determine location of fault in a cable using cable fault locator 9To study ferranti effect and voltage distribution in H.V. long transmission line using transmission line model. 10To study operation of oil testing set. (B) Simulation Based Experiments (using MATLAB or any other software) 11To determine transmission line performance. 12To obtain steady state, transient and sub-transient short circuit currents in an alternator 13To obtain formation of Y-bus and perform load flow analysis 14To perform symmetrical fault analysis in a power system 15To perform unsymmetrical fault analysis in a power system
10 Circuit Simulation Lab (KEE-451)   Mr. Saurabh Kumar Bajpai Theorems Kit and PSPICE Software 1Verification of principle of Superposition with AC sources using Multisim/ PSPICE. 2Verification of Thevenin and Maximum Power Transfer theorems in AC Circuits using Multisim/ PSPICE. 3Verification of Norton theorems in AC Circuits using Multisim/ PSPICE. 4. Verification of Tellegen’s theorem for two networks of the same topology using Multisim/ PSPICE. 5Determination of Z and h-parameters (DC only) for a network and computation of Y and ABCD Parameters using Multisim/ PSPICE. 6Determination of driving point and transfer functions of a two port ladder network and verify with theoretical values using Multisim/ PSPICE. 7Determination of transient response of current in RL and RC circuits with step voltage input. 8Determination of transient response of current in RLC circuit with step voltage input for under damped, critically damped and over damped cases. 9Determination of image impedance and characteristic impedance of T and Π networks,using O.C. and S.C. tests. 10Verification of parameter properties in inter-connected two port networks: series,parallel and cascade using Multisim/ PSPICE. 11Determination of frequency response of a Twin – T-notch filter. 12To determine attenuation characteristics of a low pass / high pass active filters.
11 Electrical Machine-I Lab (KEE-452) Ms. Zeba Bakhtiyar Anjum DC machines,Scott Connection, Ward Leonard Drive, 1-φ and 3-φ Transformers and Rectifier 1              To obtain magnetization characteristics of a DC shunt generator. 2              To obtain load characteristics of a DC shunt generator andcompound generator (a)Cumulatively compounded (b) Differentially compounded.Only Shunt Generator 3              To obtain efficiency of a DC shunt machine using Swinburne’s test. 4              To perform Hopkinson’s test and determine losses and efficiency of DC machine.                   In DC Supply Source Maintenance required 5              To obtain speed- torque characteristics of a DC shunt motor. 6              To obtain speed control of DC shunt motor using (a) armature resistance control (b) field control 7              To obtain speed control of DC separately excited motor using Ward-Leonard. 8              To obtain equivalent circuit, efficiency and voltage regulation of a single-phase transformer using O.C. and S.C. tests. 9              To obtain efficiency and voltage regulation of a single-phase transformer by Sumpner’s test.              10            To obtain 3-phase to2-phase conversion by Scott connection. 11            To demonstrate the parallel operation of three phase transformer and to obtain the sharing at a load.
12 Digital Electronics Lab (KEE-453) Mr. Akhilesh Kr. Gupta   Logic Gates Kits, Flip-Flop Kits, Encoder-Decoder Kits and Mux-Demux Kits. 1. Introduction to digital electronics lab- nomenclature of digital ICs, specifications, study of the data sheet, Concept of Vcc and ground, verification of the truth tables of logic gates using TTL ICs. 2. Implementation of the given Boolean function using logic gates in both SOP and POS forms. 3. Verification of state tables of RS, JK, T and D flip-flops using NAND & NOR gates. 4. Implementation and verification of Decoder using logic gates. 5. Implementation and verification of Encoder using logic gates. 6. Implementation of 4:1 multiplexer using logic gates. 7. Implementation of 1:4 demultiplexer using logic gates. 8. Implementation of 4-bit parallel adder using 7483 IC. 9. Design, and verify the 4-bit synchronous counter. 10. Design, and verify the 4-bit asynchronous counter. 11. Implementation of Mini Project using digital integrated circuit’s and other components.
13 Power Electronics Lab (REE-661)   Dr. Akhilesh Kr. Gupta Power Transistor Kit, Voltage regulator Kit, Controlled rectifier Kit, Cycloconvereter Kit, Inverter Kit 1              To study triggering of (i) IGBT (ii) MOSFET (iii) power transistor 2              To study V-I characteristics of SCR and measure latching and holding currents. 3              To compare the R, RC &UJT trigger circuit for SCR. 4              To study the commutation circuit for SCR. 5              To study single phase fully controlled bridge rectifiers with resistive and inductive loads. 6              To study single phase fully controlled bridge rectifiers with DC motor load.                     Maintenance Required 7              To study three-phase fully controlled bridge rectifier with resistive and inductive loads. 8              To study single-phase ac voltage regulator with resistive and inductive loads. 9              To study single phase cyclo-converter 10            To study the four quadrant operation of chopper circuit 11            To study MOSFET/IGBT based single-phase bridge inverter.
14 Microprocessor Lab (REE-662) Dr. Bheem Sonkar   8085 and 8086 Processor Kit, Interfacing Kit
  1. To study 8085 based microprocessor system
  2. To study 8086 and 8086A based microprocessor system
  3. To study Pentium Processor
  4. To develop and run a program for finding out the largest/smallest number from a given set of numbers.
  5. To develop and run a program for arranging in ascending/descending order of a set of numbers.
  6. To perform multiplication/division of given numbers
  7. To perform conversion of temperature from 0F to 0C and vice-versa
  8. To perform computation of square root of a given number
  9. To perform floating point mathematical operations (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division)
  10. To obtain interfacing of RAM chip to 8085/8086 based system
  11. To obtain interfacing of keyboard controller
  12. To obtain interfacing of DMA controller
  13. To obtain interfacing of PPI
  14. To obtain interfacing of UART/USART
15 Electrical Design & Fabrication Lab (REE-664) Mr. Jitendra Kumar Srivastava   PCB Plates, Electronics Devices, Multimeter, Fabrication tools, Assembly components, connecting wires
  1. PCB Design & Fabrication.
  2. Transformer design & Fabrication.
  3. Small Power Supply design & Fabrication.
  4. Filter design & Fabrication.
  5. Controller design & Fabrication.
  6. Inductor design and Fabrication.
  7. Measurement of electrical parameters of AC & DC machine.
  8. Design & Fabrication of High Power factor controlled rectifier.
  9. Design & Fabrication of Microcontroller based digital energy meters / sensors.
  10. Design & Fabrication of Power amplifier.
  11. Design Fabrication of AC phase converter and its firing circuit.
  12. IGBT based single phase inverter design and Fabrication.
  13. Design & Fabrication of chopper.
   
Publication in national / international journal
Year-wise Title of Paper Total publications
2019-20 1.       Akhilesh K. Gupta, Paulson Samuel and Deepak Kumar, “Speed Control of PMSM Drive using Jaya Optimization”, in Intelligent Computing Techniques for Smart Energy Systems, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, Vol. 607, pp. 247-256, Springer, Singapore, 2020. 2.       Akhilesh K. Gupta, Paulson Samuel and Deepak Kumar, “Jaya Optimization based PID Controller for Z-Source Inverter”, in Intelligent Computing Techniques for Smart Energy Systems, Lecture Notes in Electrical Engineering, Vol. 607, pp. 257-267, Springer, Singapore, 2020. 3.       Bheem Sonker, Deepak Kumar and Paulson Samuel, “Genetic Algorithm Based IMC Design for Load Frequency Control of Two Area Power Systems Using Model Reduction”, in Electric Power Components and Systems, (Under revision). (SCI) 4.       Bheem Sonker, Deepak Kumar and Paulson Samuel, “A New Control Scheme of IMC-PID Load Frequency Controller for Two-Area Power System via Model Approximation and Differential Evolution”, in International Journal of Sustainable Energy, (Under Review). (Scopus) 5.       Bheem Sonker, Deepak Kumar and Paulson Samuel, “Dual Loop IMC Structure for Load Frequency Control Issue of Multi-Area Multi-Sources Power Systems”, in International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems, Vol. 112, pp. 476-494, 2019. (SCI) 6.       Akhilesh Kr. Gupta, Deepak Kumar and Paulson Samuel, “Order Reduction of Linear Time Invariant System using Eigen Permutation and Jaya Optimization,” in Engineering Optimization, Vol. 51, Issue 9, pp. 1626-1643, 2019. (SCI) 7.       Akhilesh K. Gupta, Deepak Kumar and Paulson Samuel, “A Mixed Method for Order Reduction of Linear Time Invariant Systems using Big Bang-Big Crunch And Eigen Spectrum Algorithms”, in International Journal of Automation and Control, Vol. 13, Issue 2, pp. 158-175, 2019. (ESCI) 8.       Book Chapter: Kumar S., Bharati K.K., Shukla A. (2020) Upcoming Power Crisis in India—Increasing Electricity Demand. In: Giri V., Verma N., Patel R., Singh V. (eds) Computing Algorithms with Applications in Engineering. Algorithms for Intelligent Systems, Springer, Singapore. 8
2018-19 1.       Sushil Kumar, Aman Shukla, “Phase Synchronisation of Distributed Energy Sources using Smart Grid”, in IJARSE, Volume 14, Number 2, February, 2019 (ISSN 0973-4562). (Scopus) 2.       Sushil Kumar, Vaibhav Shukla, “Study of Performing Standalone PV Generation System” in International Journal of Applied Engineering Research, Volume 14, Number 2, February, 2019 (ISSN 0973-4562). (Scopus) 3.       Akhilesh K. Gupta, Deepak Kumar and Paulson Samuel, “A Meta-Heuristic Cuckoo Search and Eigen Permutation Approach for Model Order Reduction”, in Sadhana, Vol. 43, Issue 65, pp. 1-11, May 2018. (SCI) 4.       Bheem Sonker, Deepak Kumar and Paulson Samuel, “Design of Two Degree of Freedom-Internal Model Control Configuration for Load Frequency Control Using Model Approximation”, in International Journal of Modelling and Simulation, Vol.39, pp-27-37, 2018. (Scopus) 4
2017-18 1.       Akhilesh Kumar Gupta, Deepak Kumar and Paulson Samuel, “Order Reduction of Continuous LTI Systems using Harmony Search Optimization with Retention of Dominant Poles”, in International Journal of Control Theory and Application, Vol. 10, Issue 6, pp. 269-277, 2017. (Scopus) 2.       Akhilesh Kumar Gupta, Mallikarjuna Reddy Bandi, Deepak Kumar and Paulson Samuel, “BBBC based Optimization of PI Controller Parameters for Buck Converter,” in Innovations in Power and Advanced Computing Technologies (i-PACT), Vellore, pp. 1-6, 2017. 3.       Bheem Sonker, Deepak Kumar and Paulson Samuel, “A Modified Two-Degree of Freedom-Internal Model Control Configuration for Load Frequency Control of a Single Area Power System”, in Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science, Vol. 25, pp. 4624-4635, 2017. (SCI) 3
    Publication in national / international Conference
Year-wise Title of Paper Total publications
2019-20 1.       Chhabindra Singh, Akhilesh Gupta, Deepak Kumar and Paulson Samuel, “A Mixed Approach for Model Reduction Using Differential Evolution and Eigen Permutation”, in International Conference on Advances in Systems, Control and Computing, AISCC-2020, MNIT Jaipur. (presented) 2.       Akhilesh Gupta, Chhabindra Singh, Deepak Kumar and Paulson Samuel, “Modified Eigen Permutation Based Model Simplification of LTI Systems using Evolutionary Algorithm”, in International Conference on Advances in Systems, Control and Computing, AISCC-2020, MNIT Jaipur. (presented). 3.       Abhishek Mishra, Shubham Kumar, “Design and Implementation of IoT Based Smart Agriculture and Health-Care”, in National Conference on Emerging Innovations in Agriculture, Biotechnology and Health Sciences, November, 2019. 4.       Abhishek Mishra, Vikash Kumar, Poonam Gupta, Sonam Gupta, Rahul Pandey, “Solid Waste Management”, in National Conference on Emerging Innovations in Agriculture, Biotechnology and Health Sciences, November, 2019. 5.       Neha Mishra, Arman Khan, Jitendra Kumar Srivastava, “A Review Paper on IOT Based Solar Induction Cooker”, in National Conference on Emerging Innovations in Agriculture, Biotechnology and Health Sciences, November, 2019 (ISBN: 978-93-5391-723-4). 6.       Bheem Sonker, Deepak Kumar and Paulson Samuel, “Differential Evolution based IMC Scheme for Load Frequency Control of Single-Area Power Systems”, TENCON-2019, 17 – 20 October, 2019 at Hotel Grand Hyatt, Bolgatty, Kochi, Kerala, India. (Accepted & Presented). 7.       Chhabindra Nath Singh, Akhilesh Kumar Gupta, Deepak Kumar and Paulson Samuel, “Improved Pole Clustering based Simplification of Complex Systems using Big Bang-Big Crunch Optimization,” presented in 5th IEEE Students’ conference on Engineering and Systems, SCES 2019, MNNIT Allahabad. 8.       Lalit Kumar, Rajendra Prasad, Akhilesh Kumar Gupta, Deepak Kumar, Manoj Kumar and Bhola Jha, “Modified Least-Square based Model Reduction using Time Moments and Markov Parameters”, in IEEE Region 10 Symposium (TENSYMP), Kolkata, India, 2019, pp. 441-446. 9.       Shivam Kumar Prajapati, Jitendra Kumar Srivastava, Abhishek Mishra, “Sustainable Solar Powered Bicycle”, in International Seminar on Sources of Planet Energy, Environmental & Disaster Science, SPEEDS-2019. 09
2018-19 1.       Bheem Sonker, Deepak Kumar and Paulson Samuel, “Genetic Algorithm Based TDF-IMC Scheme for Load Frequency Control of Single-Area Power Systems”, in 2nd IEEE International Conference on Power Electronics, Intelligent Control and Energy Systems (ICPEICES-2018), 22-24 October, 2018, DTU Delhi, (Accepted & Presented). 2.       Chhabindra Nath Singh, Akhilesh Kumar Gupta, Deepak Kumar and Paulson Samuel, “Fuzzy C-means based model simplification using Jaya optimization algorithm”, in 2nd IEEE International Conference on Power Electronics, Intelligent Control and Energy Systems (ICPEICES), Delhi, India, 2018, pp. 881-885. 2
2017-18 1.       Akhilesh Kumar Gupta, Deepak Kumar and Paulson Samuel, “Order Reduction of Continuous LTI Systems using Harmony Search Optimization with retention of dominant poles,” in Proc. of 2nd International Conference on Sustainable Computing Techniques in Engineering, Science and Management (SCESM), Goa, 2017. 1
                Best Projects
Session: 2019-20
Sr. No Name of the Student Name of Guide Project Title Brief Description
    1 Ponam Gupta Dr. Abhishek Mishra Solid Waste Sorting System As increase in the population the waste material management has become the major problem to the society and country. People just throw waste material here and there which leads to the increase in the pollution and makes our surrounding dirty. The automatic waste segregation is the one solution to reduce the solid waste pollution control and waste management. This also help in the saving the resources which help in preserve the environment and provide healthy and safe society. In the system there are energy saving feature and measurement feature are installed so the it will not only help in the maintain the solid waste but also help in these field. In the system there are three main smart proximity sensor, servomotor and microcontroller are used. These proximity sensor are inductive sensor to detect metal waste and segregate the metal in the particular bin. Glass sensor is for sense the glass waste and segregates the glass waste in the particular bin with the help of the servomotor in their respective bin. The last one is the capacitive sensor which is used to detect the insulating material such as the plastic, paper and other. If none of the sensor able to identify any of these three solid waste then the object to fall in the last bin. There is the IR sensor setup which will installed the system whenever the object is identify in the initial container and trigger the system with the single relay module and switch off the system whenever there is no object found in the initial container. There is another IR sensor and microcontroller setup is installed for count the number of the object segregated.
Sonam Gupta
Vikas
Rahul Pandey
Sonam Gupta
Vikas
Rahul Pandey