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Department of Electrical Electronics Engineering

Department of Electrical Electronics Engineering started in the Year 1995 and has been functioning effectively making commendable contribution towards teaching and learning. The department has highly qualified, dedicated members in all major areas of discipline and is termed to be the (best college for EEE). Harnessing electrical energy is the challenge for electrical engineers. The power packed EEE department inspires budding Electrical Engineers with the potent idea of constructing generating stations, transmission lines distribution systems. Our field also finds its expertise in designing, testing and supervising the manufacture of electrical-electronic equipment used in real time applications.

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HOD's Desk

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was established in the year 1995. The post graduate programme M.E-Power Electronics and Drives was established in the year of 2003. The department is recognized as a collaborative research centre with Anna University in the year of 2004. The department was accredited by NBA(in 2003 & 2009) & NAAC(in 2005 & 2015). Several Research Projects have been funded by AICTE through MODROB and RPS Schemes. The department, in all areas, is being supported by several experienced and skilled faculty members and staff. The department is well equipped with laboratories and has computing facilities with latest software like MATLAB, PSPICE, ETAP and PSCAD etc.

HOD'S PROFILE:

Dr.V.Jamuna is Professor and Head of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department. She has been working in the teaching field for about 21 years, including 15 years of research experience in the field of Drives, Power Converters, Multilevel inverters and Green energy systems. She has published over 150 technical papers in National and International conference proceedings / journals. She is a life member of Indian Society for Technical Education, Institution of Engineers, Institutionof Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers and International Association of Engineers.

She is the recipient of Best Teacher Award during the year 2013 and Best Women Achiever Award during the year 2017. She is a review member for various referred international journals of engineering research. She has delivered invited lectures, Keynote addresses and chaired technical sessions in national and international conferences. Under her guidance seven scholars have successfully completed the doctoral programme and she is currently guiding 4 research scholars at Anna University. She is one of the members of the Syllabus Sub Committee for framing the Curricula and Syllabi at Anna University.

She received a fund of Rs.Five Lakhs and Sixty Thousand from AICTE and successfully organized the Two week Staff Development Programme titled “Power Electronics for Green Energy” during 15th to 27th April 2013. She along with her guide, received the fund of Rs. Six Lakhs from AICTE under the scheme of MODROB for the Modernization of Power Electronics Laboratory and completed the project in the month ofJune 2014. She received a fund of Rs. Seven Lakhs from AICTE for the Project titled “Matrix Converters Applied to Wind Energy Systems” under Research Promotion Scheme. She received a fund of Rs. Forty Five Thousand from Institution of Engineers, Kolkata for the project titled “An integrated sensor network to enhance the performance of gully pot monitoring system” in the month of October 2016. She received funds from Institution of Engineers, Kolkata for the projects titled “A Monotonous Cyborg for an assessment of Solid Waste Management in Multi Storied Buildings and “An Enhanced Wearable Pre Impact Fall Warning and Protection System for Elderly People” on 15th September 2017 and 18th February 2019. She also received fund fromTNSCST for the projects titled “A voice controlled wheelchair using Arduino” in the year 2019. She received funds from Institution of Engineers, India and organized one day seminar titled “Intelligent Control Systems for Industrial Automation and Artificial Intelligence based Embedded System Design” in January 2018 and November 2019 .

Vision of the Department

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering is committed to produce high profile,competent and disciplined Engineers with technical knowledge, ethical leadership and entrepreneurship quality to contribute towards social transformation and nation building.

Mission of the Department

  • To make our graduates highly competent and expert in practical problem solving with abstract thinking skills.
  • To endow students with high quality technical knowledge of electrical sciences through innovative teaching and research practices.
  • To empower students with leadership and entrepreneurship quality, capable of providing their professional mettle with excellent communication skills.
  • To encourage cross border research with innovative ideas and to impart the quality of life-long learning based on ethical values.

Why EEE?

Electrical engineering is one of the core branches of engineering and is also considered to be the oldest yet the most advanced discipline of engineering. There is nothing in the world which could work without electricity. Learning how to generate, transmit & distribute the electricity is definitely fascinating. Electrical engineering is a field of engineering that generally deals with the study and applications of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism. It has now diverged into a variety of domains including power engineering, control systems, RF engineering, instrumentation, MEMS. Choose to become an electrical engineer because of the appeal and challenge that you find in the technology, and you believe that the technology can be used to do useful things that will better the human condition.

Course Highlights

Highlights of this program are:

  • Provides extensive knowledge in all the areas of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. Those areas include Circuits, Machines, Power systems, Power Electronics, Micro controllers, Embedded Systems, Renewable Energy Systems etc..
  • Focus on Renewable energy and e-vehicles which have tremendous scope of employment in coming years (new courses are introduced as part of JCE R2019 curriculum)
  • A well balanced curriculum blending courses of core Electrical and Electronics subjects, latest technologies and programming courses
  • Value added courses give additional hands-on training to students to make them market ready to grab job opportunities
  • Makes perfect base of knowledge to work on projects that benefit society such as developing clean and efficient transportation systems, finding new sources of renewable energy, and increasing the standard of living in underdeveloped countries.
  • Facilitates students to do research in areas using Artificial Intelligence, Machine learning, E-Vehicles, IOT, Renewable energy systems, Automation etc.
  • Provides profound practical and theoretical knowledge. Alongside being ultimate problem solver an electrical engineer also has remarkable creativity and practical skills.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEO)

  • PEO 1: Graduates use their broad knowledge of electrical engineering as a foundation for on-going learning, and to have realized some success early in their professional careers.
  • PEO 2: Graduates use their creative and critical reasoning skillsto solve technical problems, ethically and responsibly, in service to society.
  • PEO 3: Graduates learn and adapt themselves to the constantly evolving technology by pursuing higher studies.
  • PEO 4: Graduates, within few years of graduation, should demonstrate leadership and initiative to organizational goals, facilitate the achievements of others, and obtain substantive results.
  • PEO 5: Graduates, within few years of graduation, shoulddemonstrate a commitment to teamwork while working with others of diverse cultural and interdisciplinary research.

PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

  • PSO 1: Able to utilize the knowledge of Power Electronics and Drives in collaboration with power systems in innovative, dynamic and challenging environment, for the research based teamwork.
  • PSO 2: Can explore the scientific theories, ideas, methodologies in renewable energy engineering, and use this erudition in their professional envelopment and gain sufficient competence to solve the current and future energy problems universally.
  • PSO 3: The understanding of technologies like PLC, PMC, process controllers, transducers and HMI one can analyze, design electrical and electronics principles to install, test, maintain power system and applications.
Job Opportunities
Public Sector
Private Sector
Software Sector

Job Opportunities for Electrical Engineers

The future belongs to Electrical Engineers. As for scope of electrical engineering, it is quite vast, and with new developments coming up in recent years, its field of coverage is also expanding. Renewables like Solar and Wind power generation, green lighting, electric vehicles, energy storage systems, smart grids, new types of motors, control systems, new battery technologies ….. The list is endless.

Electrical Engineers have higher demand and vast opportunities in government as well as private sector. The areas of employment are core manufacturing firms of electrical equipment, steel plants, oil & gas, electrictiy generation and distribution firms, power electronics manufacturing, embedded systems, Renewble energy sectors like Solar and Wind energy, EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction), hardware and software companies.

JOB OPPORTUNITIES - Public Sector Units (PSU)

JOB OPPORTUNITIES - Private Sector

JOB OPPORTUNITIES - Software

Apart from core Electrical companies, Electrical Engineers are also offerred jobs in top software companies as well

Higher studies opportunities

Here is a small list of coruses offered by some of the premium institutes

  • M.Tech. (Power Systems) – IIT, Madras
  • M.Tech. (Power & Energy Systems) – IIT, Kharagpur
  • M.Tech. (Power and Control Systems) – IIT, Guwahati
  • M.Tech. (Energy Systems Engineering) – IIT, Bombay
  • M.Tech. (Electric Drives and Power Electronics) – IIT, Delhi
  • M.Tech. (Power Systems) – IIT, Delhi
  • M.Tech. (Machine Drives) – IIT, Kharagpur
  • M.Tech. (Power Electronics and Power Systems) – IIT, Bombay
  • M.Tech. (High Voltage Engineering) – IISc, Bangalore
  • M.Tech. (Power Systems) – NIT, Trichy
  • M.Tech. (Power Electronics) – NIT, Trichy
  • M.Tech. (Control Systems) – NIT, Calicut
  • M.E. (Power Electronics and Drives) – Anna University & Affiliated Colleges*
  • M.E. (Embedded System Technologies) – Anna University & Affiliated Colleges
  • M.E. (Power Engineering and Management) – Anna University & Affiliated Colleges

* This course is offered in Jerusalem College of Engineering

Apart from these many institutes across the country offer Masters programs in Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Department Contact Info

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Velachery main road,
Narayanapuram, Pallikaranai,
Chennai- 600 100

044-2246 1404/ 0131
jerusalemengg@gmail.com

Mon – Fri 9:00A.M. – 4:00P.M.

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