Electrical & Electronics College In Bhopal

Department of Electrical and Electronics

Electrical and Electronics Engineering has a very valuable heritage of teaching and research. In EX, there is growing awareness that the future training and education of electrical engineers in the industry needs to be in the area of highly efficient, industry-relevant skills formation, to enable frequent and rapid deployment of professional skills in new areas.

Electrical and Electronics Engineering has a very valuable heritage of teaching and research. In EX, there is growing awareness that the future training and education of electrical engineers in the industry needs to be in the area of highly efficient, industry-relevant skills formation, to enable frequent and rapid deployment of professional skills in new areas.

The department of Electronics and Electrical Engineering was established during the inception of the institute in 2003. Since its commencement, the primary objective of the department has been to impart quality education, training and research at the undergraduate level in various areas of Electrical and Electronics Engineering with broad emphasis such as Integrated Electronics and Circuits, Machines, Control & Automation, Power Systems & Power Electronics.

For the employability enhancement of engineering students, additional certification courses on relevant industry-related topics are organized. EX Department has organized a course on ‘Industrial Automation and Control’ in association with NPTEL.  Video lectures of the courses are available through NPTEL and workshop & lab for PLC is provided in the department. In addition to that faculty members dedicated for the course are supporting the students in understanding the subject details and assignments solutions.

An expert Lecture was conducted for students of EX department on “Energy Saving using Variable speed drives and their application in the industry”.

This expert lecture was conducted by Sri Nikhil Kaushik associated with PCRA-Petroleum Conservation & Research Association on 21-FEB-2018. The contents delivered were very interesting and has sensitized our students with respect to saving that can be achieved by proper management.

Lab Details

  • Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering Lab (BEEE)
  • Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation Lab
  • Network Analysis & Control System Lab
  • Analog Electronics Lab
  • Project Lab
  • Electrical Machine Lab
  • Digital Electronics and Logic Design Lab
  • Power Switchgear Protection Lab
  • CAD& MATLAB Lab
  • Power Electronics Lab
  • Electrical Simulation Lab
  • Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab
  • Electronics Instrumentation Lab
  • Aeromodelling Lab
  • PLC Lab

ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS COURSE OUTCOMES

  • BT-104 Basic Electrical and Electronic Engineering

    CO 1  : Able to understand and analyse the DC Circuit with theorems for independent sources.


    CO 2 : Students will be able to understand the 1 phase and 3 phase AC circuits


    CO 3 : Students will understand the basic defination, magnetizing characteristic magnetic circuit, construction, working principle, voltage regulation, losses and efficiency, open circuit and short circuit test of Single phase transformer


    CO 4 : Students will understand the basic defination, magnetizing characteristic magnetic circuit, construction, working principle, voltage regulation, losses and efficiency, open circuit and short circuit test of Single phase transformer


    CO 5 : Students will learn about number system, logics gates, adder, flip flops, semiconductors, diodes, V-I characteristics,working, configurations, modes of operation of Bipolar junction transistors (BJT).

  • ES-301 Energy & Environmental Engineering

    CO 1: Student will gain the knowledge To demonstrate renewable energy and their relationship with ecology & environment.


    CO 2: Students will understand To describe conventional and non-conventional energy scenario with respect to the environment.


    CO 3: Students will understand To analyze Synergy between energy and environment, global environment issues.


    CO 4: Students will be able To explain Environmental Pollution and their effects on the environment


    CO 5: Students will understand To apply awareness regarding environmental protection and application of renewable energy.

  • EX -302 Signals & Systems

    CO 1: Student will be able to understand mathematical description and Representation of continuous and discrete time signals and systems.


    CO 2: Student will be able to Develop input output relationship for linear shift invariant system and understand the convolution operator


    CO 3: Student will be able to Understand and analysis the LTI continous time systems


    CO 4: Student will be able to Understand and analysis the Discrete time signals and Z transforms.


    CO 5: Student will be able to Understand and analysis the LTI Discrete time systems

  • EX-303 Electrical Measurement & Measuring Instruments

    CO 1: Students will be able to evaluate the various measurement parameters (error, accuracy, precision and its analysis, etc.).


    CO 2: Students will understand the basic idea of operation of Galvanometers, Ammeters, Voltmeters and flux meters viz. sensitivity, spot deflection,etc


    CO 3: Students will be able to understand Instrument Transformers (potential and current) are studied, their differences and their ratios and testing is studied.


    CO 4: Students will be able to study Measurement of energy and testing by R.S.S meter and phantom loading.


    CO 5: Students will be able to study Miscellaneous Instruments & Measurements like Power factor meter. Frequency meter (Vibrating reed, Resonance type & Weston type, Synchronoscope).

  • EX-304 Network Analysis

    CO 1: Students will be able to apply the nodal and mesh methods of circuit analysis.


    CO 2: Students will be able to analyze simple DC circuits & able to construct a circuit to suit the need.


    CO 3: Students will be able to solve Thevenin and Norton equivalents of circuits.


    CO 4: Students will be able to analyze AC steady-state responses and transient response of resistance, inductance and capacitance in terms of impedance.


    CO 5: Students will be able to analyze two port networks.

  • EX-305 Analog Electronics

    CO 1: Student will be able tounderstand the theory of PN junction, temperature dependency and breakdown characteristic for different Diodes


    CO 2: Student will be able to understand the construction, working principle and characteristic of BJT and FET with small signal modelling.


    CO 3: Student will be able to understand the concept of negative and positive feedback with their application in amplifier and oscillators.


    CO 4: Student will be able to understand the application of Diode and transistor in wave shaping circuits


    CO 5: Student will be able to understand the construction, different electrical characteristic with their applications in different circuit designs

  • BT-401 Mathematics-III

    CO 1: Student will be able to understand the concepts of root finding methods.


    CO 2: Student will be able To learn the approximation and error calculation techniques for transcendental and algebraic equations.


    CO 3: Student will be able To solve integral equations and interpolation by using numerical methods.


    CO 4: Student will be able To solve differential equations and understand BY Laplace transforms.


    CO 5: Student will be able To apply concepts of probability & distribution function and do testing of hypothesis.

  • EX-402 Electrical Machine-I

    CO 1: Students will know the EMF equation, construction, working principle, losses, regulation and efficiency and testing of single phase transformers.


    CO 2: Students will know the construction, parallel operation, connections and groups of three phase transformers.


    CO 3: Student will be able to learn construction, working, emf generated, Torque equation, losses, regulation and efficiency and testing of three phase induction motor.


    CO 4: Student will be able to learn cogging & crawling, starting methods, speed control and braking of three phase induction motor.


    CO 5: Students will learn about working, torque generation, double revolving field theory of single phase induction motor.

  • EX-403 Digital Electronic and Design logics -1

    CO 1: Students will be able to evaluate the problems based on number systems. They will get to know about the types of number systems.


    CO 2: Students will learn about various types of adders. They will also be able to know the difference between combinational circuit and sequential circuit.


    CO 3: Student will be able to learn Sequential circuits, Various flip flops the design procedure.


    CO 4: Student will be able to analyze Various types of registers and counters are dealt in this unit


    CO 5: Student will be able to analyze Semiconductor memories i.e. RAM, ROM are studied. They will learn about their construction, uses etc.

  • EX-404 Power System-I

    CO 1: Students will be able to analyze the Performance of Transmission Lines, Efficiency in Transmission Lines.


    CO 2: Students will be able to understand the basics of Corona, Sag and other problems arise in Transmission Lines.


    CO 3: Students will be able to understand Power Factor improvement, Capacitor bank installation in distribution system, metering system in Industries and Residential area.


    CO 4: Students will be able to produce concepts regarding basics of Electrical Engineering such as Active power, Reactive Power, KW, KVAR, KVA, Power Factor will be enhanced.


    CO 5: Student will learn about Distribution system & substation layout.

  • EX-405 Control System

    CO 1: Students will learn about modeling of dynamic systems, concept of transfer function, Open and closed loop systems,.


    CO 2: Students will learn about time domain analysis of closed loop systems, first and second order systems,.


    CO 3: Students will learn about Characteristics equation of closed loop system root loci, effect of adding, poles and Zeros on the loci, Stability by root loci.


    CO 4: Students will learn frequency domain analysis, Bode plots, Effect of adding, poles and Zeros, Polar plot, Nyquist stability analysis, and relative stability: Gain and phase margins.


    CO 5: Students will learn about frequency domain compensation: lead lag, Lag-lead compensation, and design of compensating networks.


  • EX-501 Electrical Machine-II

    CO 1: Students will learn about construction of DC machines & types of DC machines, Emf equation armature reaction & Commutation process.


    CO 2: Students will learn about the operation of DC motors; Torque equation, Starting, speed control, losses and efficiency, testing, and application of DC machines.


    CO 3: Students will learn about construction and types of prime movers, types of distributive windings, synchronous reactance and synchronous impedance, excitation of alternator.


    CO 4: Students will learn about Salient pole machines; two reaction theory, equivalent circuit model and phasor diagram; SCR and its significance, regulation and torque equation.


    CO 5: Students will learn about Synchronous motor and its operation, effect of excitation, effect of armature reaction, V curves, inverted V curves and single phase synchronous motors.

  • EX-502 Power Electronics

    CO 1: Students will learn about how to Describe the role of Power Electronics as an enabling technology in various Applications such as flexible production systems.


    CO 2: Students will be able An ability to understand the basic operation of various power semiconductor devices and passive components.


    CO 3: Learn the basic concepts of operation of dc-dc, ac-dc, dc-ac converters in steady state in continuous and discontinuous modes and be able to analyze basic converter topologies.


    CO 4: Learn the role of Power Electronics in utility-related applications which are becoming extremely important.


    CO 5: The purpose of this course is for the student to learn about power electronic devices, circuits and applications. The concepts gained in this course through lecture, laboratory, and additional assignments will enable students to build an essential foundation for a rewarding engineering career related to power electronics.

  • EX-503 Renewable Power Generation

    CO 1: Understand the various forms of conventional energy resources.


    CO 2: Learn the present energy scenario and the need for energy conservation


    CO 3: Explain the concept of various forms of renewable energy


    CO 4: Outline division aspects and utilization of renewable energy sources for both domestic and industrial applications.


    CO 5: Analyse the environmental aspects of renewable energy resources.

  • EX-504 Electromagnetic Theory

    CO 1: Students will be able to learn the concepts of orthogonal coordinate system & vector calculas to solve problems of electric & magnetic field.


    CO 2: Apply the principles of electrostatics & magnetostatic to the solutions of problems relating to potential, boundary conditions and energy density in electric & magnetic field, solution of laplace & poissions equations


    CO 3: Study about scalar & vector magnetic potential & formulation of maxwell's equation based on gauss law ,faraday's law & displacement current


    CO 4: To study uniform plane wave propagation in different media , soultion of wave equation and wave polarization,pointing vector theorem


    CO 5: To study & calculate field component of em wave at normal & oblique incidence at two media & transmission line analogy.

  • EX-601 Power System-II

    CO 1: Students will be able to evaluate the problems associated with modern interconnected power Systems, its deregulation and restructuring, congestion in power system.


    CO 2: Students will be able to study power flow studies using formulation of static power flow equations and solutions through various methods (Gauss- Seidel, Newton Raphson, and FDLF).


    CO 3: Students will learn to give Description of modeling of speed control mechanism, load damping, block diagrammatic representation of single and two area interconnected system.


    CO 4: Students will be able to differentiate between control strategy over MW – frequency control, characteristics of an excitation system, DC AC and static excitation system with its operation.


    CO 5: Students will learn Power System Stability the Steady state, dynamic and transients stability, Swing equation, equal area criterion, solution of swing equation using step by step method modified

  • EX-602 Microprocessor and Micro controller

    CO 1: Students will be able to learn about Microprocessor 8086, microprocessor its architecture, Pin Configuration, interrupts, modes, timing diagrams, Memory interfacing etc.


    CO 2: Students will understand the Microprocessor 8086 programming. They will get the complete knowledge about Instruction set of 8086, Addressing modes, Assembler directives & operations.


    CO 3: Students will learn about the Input-Output interfacing. Other topics covered are PPI 8255 Architecture and modes of operation, DMA controller (8257) Architecture etc.


    CO 4: students will be introduced to Microcontrollers 8051,its Architecture, Pin description, I/O configuration, interrupts; Interrupt structure and interrupt priorities, Port structure and operation.


    CO 5: The students will get the knowledge about 8051 Interfacing, Applications and serial communication.

  • EX-603 Utilization of Electrical Energy

    CO 1: Students get an overview about energy luminous efficiency, types of lamps & Lighting calculations.


    CO 2: Students will be able to learn about the types of Heating, Welding & Electroplating.


    CO 3: Students will be able to learn about Electric traction system, adhesive weight and Coefficient of adhesion.


    CO 4: Students will be able to learn about Electric Drives, braking, plugging, rheostat & Regenerative braking.


    CO 5: Students will be able learn about Electric and Hybrid Vehicles & its requirement & Performance.

  • EX-604 Analog and Digital Communication

    CO 1: understand and analyse basic elements of a communication system


    CO 2: Conduct analysis of baseband signals in time domain and in frequency domain


    CO 3: understand and analyse of various analog and digital modulation and demodulation techniques


    CO 4: Analyse the performance of modulation and demodulation techniques in various transmission environments


    CO 5: understand and analyse the information theory and coding


  • EX-7001 Computer Network

    CO 1: Recognize and analysied the technological trends of Computer Networking.


    CO 2: Discuss and analyse the key technological components of the Network


    CO 3: Evaluate the challenges in building networks and solutions to those


    CO 4: Describe, analyse and evaluate a number of datalink, network, and transport layer protocols.


    CO 5: Design, analyse, and evaluate networks and services for homes, data centres, IoT/IoE, LANs and WANs.

  • EX-7002 Electric Drives


    CO 1: Students will be able to evaluate the problems based on converter fed DC motor drives..


    CO 2: Students will understand the basic idea of four quadrant operation of electrical drives, motoring and types of braking.


    CO 3: Students will be able to Control the Induction Motors on stator side is studied. Control of Induction Motor by AC Voltage controllers their Waveforms, Speed torque characteristics is studied.


    CO 4: Students will be able to Control Induction Motors from rotor side is studied. The students get the knowledge of various types of induction motor drives their performance and evaluation.


    CO 5: Students will be able to Control Synchronous Motors i.e. Separate control & self control of synchronous motors, operation, Waveform, Speed-torque characteristics & Application,

  • EX-7003 Computer Application of Power System

    CO 1: The students will learn about the models of power system components. They will also get the knowledge of graph theory, formation of Z bus, transmission line models, regulating transformers.


    CO 2: The students will get the knowledge of various methods of voltage control. They will learn about SVC & SVS, Regulated shunt compensation, series and shunt.


    CO 3: The students will study about the Sensitivity analysis. They will be able to analyze general sensitivity relations, generation shift distribution factors, line outage distribution factors,


    CO 4: The students will be able to learn about the power system security. Security levels.


    CO 5: The students will learn about the Voltage stability. Difference between voltage and angle stability, PV Curve for voltage stability assessment, proximity and mechanism.

  • EX-7004 High Voltage Engineering

    CO 1: The students will get the knoweledge of HV Technology


    CO 2: The student will be able to understand Breakdown phenomena in High Voltage Transmission.


    CO 3: The student will able to understand the generation of HV AC DC and Impulse Voltage and current.


    CO 4: Able to undetstand the Measurement of high voltages.


    CO 5: Student will able to understand the High voltage tests on electrical apparatus.

  • EX-7005 Extra High Voltage AC/DC Transmission

    CO 1: Qualitative comparasion of AC and DC Transmission system with all aspect.


    CO 2: Understanding of various FACTs Devices used in of EHV AC transmission


    CO 3: Indepth converter analysis , Faults, Protection, Harmonic considerations, grounding system


    CO 4: To understand different control characteristic of EHV DC System.


    CO 5: To understand the concept of Travelling waves on transmission systems

  • EX-8001 Computer-Aided Design of Electrical Machines

    CO 1: Students will learn about design & design problem of electrical machines.


    CO 2: Students will learn about Optimal design of DC machine


    CO 3: Students will learn about Optimal design of power transformer.


    CO 4: Students will learn about Optimal design for 3-phase alternator.


    CO 5: Students will learn about Optimal design of 3-phase induction motor

  • EX-8002 Power quality Problems and mitigation Techniques

    CO 1: Students gains knowledge on power quality


    CO 2: Students will be able to Know about various issues that arises in power system regarding power quality


    CO 3: Students will be able To gain knowledge about different methods and techniques which are being used to Solve power quality issues.


    CO 4: Students will be able to To gain knowledge about harmonics and impact on power quality.


    CO 5: Student will gain knowledge about mitigation techniques used for reducing harmonics in Power system.

  • EX-8003 Special Machine

    CO 1: Students will be able To gain knowledge about the basic principles and classification of servo motors.


    CO 2: Students will be able To understand and apply the fundamentals of systematic components for the analysis of AC servo motor leading the design of its equivalent circuit and evaluation of its performance


    CO 3: Students will be able To learn about construction features and method of operation stepper motor and acquire the knowledge of design procedure of drive amplifier and transistor logic for stepper motor.


    CO 4: Students will be able To learn about characteristics and application of stepper motor.


    CO 5: Students will Acquire the knowledge of fundamentals, construction details and classification of universal motors and synchronous motor like reluctance motors, hysteresis motors.

  • EX-8004 Environmental Issues, Policy, Standards & Regulations

    CO 1: Students will be able Understand the environmental, social and economic framework in which environmental management decisions are made to understand the life cycle perspective, systems


    CO 2: Students will be able to Prepare, review, and update environmental monitoring and assessment Reports and Monitor the progress of environmental improvement programs


    CO 3: Students will be able to Anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and control environmental issues in a variety of sectors and industries and liaison with federal, state, and local agencies and officials on issues pertaining to environmental protection


    CO 4: Students will be able Recognize, evaluate, and control factors in the workplace and the environment that cause health and environmental hazards and utilize quantitative knowledge and skills and modern tools and technologies.


    CO 5: Students will be able to Obtain, update, and maintain plans, permits, and standard operating procedures


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