Best Engineering College Bangalore with placements - MVJCE

THE DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING AT MVJCE IS RELEVANT IN THE FOLLOWING AREAS:

•POWER SYSTEMS, •CONTROL ENGINEERING, •POWER ELECTRONICS, •DRIVES, •COMPUTER ARCHITECTURE



The course is an in depth study of Electric circuits and fields, Analog, Digital and Power electronics, Signals, Microcontrollers, Electric power generation, Electrical machines and design. Students start with analog and digital electronics in the second year and gradually work their way up for the fundamentals of this discipline. Microcontrollers, Network analysis and field theory are some of the areas covered in this year. Power electronics will enable the students to apply electronic principles in electrical systems. In the third year, students take up power system related courses like transmission and distribution, Design of electrical equipment, signals and systems in communication. In the final year, Computer techniques in power systems, High voltage engineering, Power system operation and Control and Energy Distribution system train them in core Electrical engineering. With an aim to create technical awareness among the engineering students, Electrical and Electronics Department, inaugurated “SPARK”, the Department club for students, on 5th April 2014. The students participate in events like Technical Skill Test, Tech Talk and Seminar and attended various workshops and guest lecturers. Involving in these activities help the students to improve their Technical, communication skills and learning for better career opportunities. The club is driven by faculty coordinators & student coordinators who plan & conduct different types of intra-department & inter-department innovative events. Department is associated with professional body, Institution of Engineers. Guest lecture on lighting was organized on 4th October 2017 with eminent speakers from Indian Society of Lighting Engineers (ISLE), Karnataka Sate Centre (KSC). Speakers were Mr. K. Chandrashekhar, Member, ISLE, KSC, Mr.Sathyendra, Secretary of ISLE-KSC , Mr. Ravi K Rao, Member, ISLE,KSC and Mr. MSN Swamy, Chairman, ISLE

VISION

“To produce adequately trained socially responsible and innovative engineers in the area of electrical & electronics engineering, competent enough to enhance the image of the country in international arena”.

MISSION

To achieve the vision goals the following specific tasks are undertaken:
  1. M1:Quality Education: Commitment to world-class teaching, mentoring and intellectual stimulation.
  2. M2Industry ready: Exposure to latest technologies and industrial practices through industrial interaction and collaboration.
  3. M3: Social responsibility: Inculcating value based education leading to social awareness.
  4. M4:Entrepreneur:Encouraging Entrepreneurship activities.
  • If you are interested in electrical systems and electrical engineering
  • If generation, transmission, and distribution of electrical power, as well as electronic applications in electrical equipment and systems grab your interest
  • If your goal is to be the best in your chosen field
  • If you are looking for experienced and dedicated faculty to hand hold you through the entire period of study.

Then, you are at the right place!

MVJCE is one of the top electrical and electronics engineering colleges in Bangalore which provides unmatched learning experience to students. To know more about what MVJCE offers to its students please click here. PDF
  • Accredited by NBA
  • Approved by AICTE
  • Affiliated to VTU
  • Approved Research Centre
Our graduates have been placed with several prestigious national and international corporations. Here is a partial list: •PR&DC, •ABB, •GE, •KPTCL, •Jindal Steels, •IFB, •TCS, •Infosys, •IBM, •CTS, •Wipro, •L&T, •HCL, •Tech Mahindra, •Caritor, •Tata Elxsi, •HP, •Sasken, •National, •Instruments, •Texas Instruments, •Huawei

IETE Professional Body

In association with the Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE), Bengaluru Centre, IETE Student Chapter was established in October 2017. The Top 23 students from 2nd year and 25 students from 3rd year have been enrolled as members of this Student Chapter. Membership cards were issued to these 48 students.

Objective of IETE Student Chapter

  1. To plan and organize Technical Programs, Special Lectures, Workshops, Seminars, Symposia and Exhibitions, for the benefit of students.
  2. To provide a common platform for students to exchange their ideas in technical topics of interest, e.g. curriculum, employment, higher educational opportunities, emerging trends etc.
  3. To facilitate industrial visits, project work, employment, contact with industries and other academic institutions.

Activities executed, in association with IETE Student Chapter

  1. Department Advisory Committee meeting: The Department Advisory Committee meeting was held on 23.02.2019, at Seminar Hall 4, from 9.45 am to 11.45 am. HOD/EEE welcomed the Committee members and made a presentation on the progress made by the Department and on the explicit observations made by the NBA Committee members.
  2. SCRENNIN: A program on ‘Energy from Scrap’ was organised by the EEE Department, in association with IETE Student Chapter, on 2nd March 2019, during the National level technical event Vertechx 9.0. 9 teams consisting of 20 members participated in the event.
  3. WIFICIRCUITCITY: The Department of EEE organised the technical event WiFicircuitcity, in the academic year 2017-18, in association with IETE Student Chapter, during the National level tech fest, VertechX 8.0. Students from various departments participated in the event.
  1. PEO1: Professional career:  Graduates will have a flourishing career in electrical and electronics engineering or associated industries.
  2. PEO2:Perspective towards lifelong learning: Graduates will have ability to adapt with emerging trends and carries research.
  3. PEO3Environment sustainability: Graduates will acquire managerial skill to solve technical issues at the least economic and ecological cost.
  1. PSO1:Clean energy for rural development: Generate electric energy using sustainable sources and design a smart distributed generation system for rural upliftment.
  2. PSO2: Exposure to emerging problems: Identify and analyze the harmonics created in electrical systems in synergy with power electronics and controllers.

Prof. P.Premalatha

Prof. Premalatha holds a Master’s degree with specialization in Power Electronics and Renewable Energy sources. With her teaching experience of 8 years she has guided a number of Student Projects in the areas of Power Electronics.

Achievements 

She has carried out the simulation of Half Impulse Radiating Antenna using Computer Simulation Technology and presented papers in several International Conferences.

Control Systems Lab

Study and analysis of various control system components and control system modules are done in this lab.

Electronics Lab

Deals with both Analog and digital Electronics circuits.

Conduct experiments on rectifier circuits and implementation of analog circuits

Conduct experiments on digital logic and implementation of digital circuits

Electrical Machines Lab

Various tests and performance evaluation of DC machines, induction machines, transformers and synchronous machines are done in this lab.

Microcontroller Lab

Programming and applications of microcontrollers for various applications. Both hardware and simulation programs are available in the lab.

Power Electronics Lab

Experiments related to power electronics circuits like rectifiers, inverters, choppers, drives and control of various machines using the power electronics modules are done here.

Power System Simulation Lab

Computer simulation of various power system problems and its solutions are observed here.

Relay & High Voltage Lab

Experiments related to high voltage engineering are done in this laboratory. Testing of various relays for its performance and application.

Industry Supported Lab

Electrical Machines Lab is supported by IFB Industries. Motor Division, IFB industries sponsored One Universal motor and its main assemblies for the academic purpose.

Student Paper Publication [2019-20]
  1. Dharati Kulkarni, Kishore Kumar Gaded, B. S. Ajay Nagendra, Karthik S. Koushik and Kavya Prabhu , Economic Load Dispatch of Three Bus Thermal Generator Using Fuzzy Logic Technique, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 42-44.
  2. M. Jaanaki, R. Ashika, Dheeraj Patil, R. Ganapriya and P. Sinchana, Maximum Power Point Tracking of PV System under Partial Shading Condition, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, I SSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 10-14.
  3. Praveena, H. S. Shubhanka, V. Neha, P. Prasath and G. S. Veda, Load Frequency Control of Single Area System Using Ziegler-Nichols and Genetic Algorithm, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 62-64.
  4. Praveena, H. S. Shubhanka, V. Neha, P. Prasath and G. S. Veda5, Optimal Design of Load Frequency Control of Single Area System, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 71-77.
  5. Premalatha, P. R. Maneesha, Laxmi and M. Mansi Angeleena, PV Fed Zeta Converter for Street Lighting Application, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 45-50.
  6. Premalatha and Sharath Singh, Design and Development of Automatic Seed Sowing Machine, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 51-54.
  7. Revathi Shree, J. Yamuna, K. Sahana, M. Chandrika and M. V. Sarin, Inductive Power Transfer to Charge Electric Bicycles, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 25-28.
  8. Tithi Anish Antani1, Ujjwal Kumar2, Sindhu K. Bhat3 and Soumya Mishra, Design and Simulation of Photovoltaic Array, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 65-70.
Student Paper Publication [2018-19]
  1. Chiragdeep S Malhotra , Devanshu Jha , Puvada Praveena, “Memristor: The fourth Electrical Component”, International Journal of Current Engineering and Scientific Research, Volume 5, Issue 5, May 2018
  2. Ajay Mahato, Ajay Kumar Pal, Bhagwan Shree Ram , Basavareddy , “Nuclear Battery”, International Journal of Latest Engineering and Management Research, Volume 03 - Issue 04, April  2018.

Sl. No.

FULL NAME

EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATION(BACHELORS, MASTERS, Ph.D)

DESIGNATION

TOTAL EXPERIENCE

RESEARCH AREA

1

Mrs. P.PREMALATHA

B.E, M.Tech

HOD& Asst. Professor

10 Years

Power Electronics

2

Dr.ABRAHAM GEORGE

B.Sc(Engg.), M.Sc(Engg.), Ph.D

Professor

35 Years

Power Systems

3

Dr. SOUMYA MISHRA

B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D

Assoc. Professor

10 Years

Power Electronics applications to Power systems

4

Dr.GALIVEETI HEMAKUMAR REDDY

B.Tech, M.Tech, Ph.D

Assoc. Professor

2 Years

Power Systems

5

Mr. SARIN M.V

B.Tech, M.Tech, (Ph.D)

Asst. Professor

5 Years

Power Electronics

6

Mr. H SATHISH KUMAR

B.E., M.E., (Ph.D)

Asst. Professor

9 Years

Control Systems

7

Mrs.SRUTHI DAMODARAN

B.Tech, M.Tech

Asst. Professor

4 Years

Power Electronics

8

Mr. P SUNIL KUMAR

B.Tech, M.Tech

Asst. Professor

5 Years

Power Systems

9

Mrs. GAYATHRI R

B.E., M.Tech

Asst. Professor

4 Years

VLSI and Embedded system

10

Mrs. RENJINI E NAMBIAR

B.Tech, M.Tech

Asst.Professor

3 Years

Power Electronics

11

Mrs. MOHANALATHA P

B.Tech, M.Tech

Asst.Professor

2 Years

Power Systems

12

Mrs. HEMALATHA .G

B.Tech, M.Tech

Asst.Professor

4 Years

Renewable Energy

13

Mrs. PRANISHA K.P

B.Tech, M.Tech

Asst.Professor

2 Years

Power Electronics

14

Mrs. SHRUTI .R GUNAGA

B.E., M.Tech

Asst.Professor

1 Year

Renewable Energy

15

Mrs. PUVADA PRAVEENA

B.Tech, M.Tech

Asst.Professor

10 Years

Renewable Energy

16

Mrs. S M JAANAKI

B.E, M.Tech

Asst.Professor

7 Years

Power Electronics

Academic Year: 2014-2015

  1. P Praveena, ‘Implementation of LOCO-I Lossless Image Compression Algorithm for Deep Space Applications’, International Journal of Reconfigurable and Embedded Systems, Vol. 3, No. 3 , PP 25-30, November2014.

Academic Year: 2016-2017

  1. H. Sathishkumar  , Dr.S.S. Parthasarathy,  Analysis of Speed controller for three phase induction motor in 125/60 TPH Aggregate crushing Sand Plant,  International Journal Of Engineering And Computer Science, Volume 5 Issue 12, 19326-19329, December. 2016.
  2. Basava Reddy, P Praveena, D Poornima,  Analysing Electric Field Distribution of HV Standard Capacitor Using Finite Element Method, International Journal of Advanced Research in  Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, , Volume 6, Issue 3, 1092-1098, March 2017.

Academic Year: 2017-2018

  1. Mr.  M.V.  Sarin , Comparative Analysis of Induction Motor Drive with Vector Control, International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science, Engineering and Information Technology, Volume 4 Issue 2, 23-34,  April2018.
  2. Dr. Bhagwan Shree Ram, Dr. Abraham George, Investigations on Power Electronic Controller Regulating Brushless Induction Generator for Variable-Speed,  Constant- Voltage Output, TIJ’s Research Journal of Science & IT Management, Volume 7, No. 3, January 2018.

Academic Year: 2018-2019

  1. Dr. Abraham George, Dr. Bhagwan Shree Ram, Mrs. P. Premalatha, “Multi-objective, short-term hydrothermal scheduling based on weighting method using particle swarm optimization”, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, Volume 7No. 2, 51-56, July-Dec. 2018.
  2. Ms. Dharati Kulkarni, “Temperature Sensitive Short Term Load Forecasting: Fuzzy Logic Approach”, International Journal of Scientific Research in Computer Science, Engineering and Information Technology , Volume 3, Issue 6, 242-246,  August2018.
  3. Shweta Patil, “A New Approach To  Fuel/PV Cell Standalone System By  Phase Modulated Current-Fed Converter”, Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative Research, Volume 5Issue 8, 818-824, August 2018.
  4. P Praveena, D Poornima, Basava Reddy, “Analysis of Multi Objective Load Frequency Control using Cuckoo Search Algorithm fora Controlled Case”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Basic Engineering Sciences and Technology, Vol.4, Issue.8, 233-238, August 2018.
  5. Krishna moorthy, Uma Praveen,  Jaanaki S. M, N.M.Hariharan, S. Kasthurirengan, “Simulation of Standing wave Thermo-acoustic prime mover with different working fluids”,  International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews, Volume 5Issue 3, 851-853, September   2018.
  6. M Soni, Dr. Abaham George,  “Optimal Grounding Grid Design for sub-station and its Analysis”,  Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences,  Vol 7, Issue 2, 84-89, July-December 2018.
  7. C. Behera, G. H. Reddy, P. Chakrapani, A. K. Goswami, C. P. Gupta ,G. K. Singh , “Assessment of Equipment Trip Probability due to Voltage Sags based on Fuzzy Possibility Distribution Function”, IEEE Access, 6(1), 76889-76899, December, 2018.
  8. Gayathri R, “FPGA based diagnosis and classification of breast diseases using  thermographic images”, IJRAR, Volume 6, Issue 1, 262-265, January 2019.
  9. Renjini E Nambiar, Sruthi Damodaran, Jeanmary Jose, “Speed estimation of Induction motor using Labview”, Journal of Applied  Science and  Computation, Vol 6, Issue 2, 221-227, Feb 2019.
  10. Sunny Abraham , Dr. Abraham George, “Search space reduction in optimal thermal dispatch and hydrothermal scheduling using heuristic search methods”, International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research, Volume 1, Issue 3, 140-144, March 2019.
  11. 1.C. Behera, G. Hemakumar Reddy, P. Chakrapani, A. K. Goswami, C. P. Gupta and G. K. Singh, “Assessment of Equipment Trip Probability due to Voltage Sags based on Fuzzy Possibility Distribution Function.” IEEE Access, 6(1), pp. 76889-76899, December, 2018.
  12. 2.G. Hemakumar Reddy., Anusha Badepalli, Nalla Sivaprasad., C. Behera., A. K. Goswami and Nalin B Dev Choudhury., “Impact of Electric Vehicles on Distribution System Performance in the presence of Solar PV integration.” International Journal of Computational Intelligence & IoT, Vol. 2, No. 1, 2019. 
  13. 3. C. Behera., G. Hemakumar Reddy., Abhishek Banik., Jaydeep Nandi., Shiladitya Dey., A. K. Goswami., “Assessment of Financial Loss due to Voltage Sag in an Industrial Distribution System” IEEE 1st International Conference on Energy, Systems and Information Processing (IIITDM Kancheepuram), July, 2019.10.11

Conference Publications

  1. Soumya Mishra, Parvat Kumar Ray, Asini Kumar Baliarsingh, A Modified Indirect Current Control Algorithm for Power Quality Improvement Using a New Hybrid PV-DSTATCOM, International Conference on Recent Innovation in Electrical, Electronics and Communication Engineering,KIIT, Bhuvaneshwar, July 2018.
  2. P Praveena, Basava Reddy, Soumya Mishra, Optimization of Multi Objective Load Frequency Control Using Cuckoo Search Algorithm, International Conference on Recent Innovation in Electrical, Electronics and Communication Engineering,KIIT, Bhuvaneshwar, July 2018.
  3. G. H. Reddy., Anusha Badepalli, Nalla Sivaprasad., C. Behera., A. K. Goswami and Nali B Dev Choudhury, Impact of Electric Vehicles on Distribution System Performance in the presence of Solar PV integration, International Conference on Computational Intelligence & IoT , December 2018.
  4. Nandhini Priya , SM Jaanaki, P Premalatha, Comparison between solar-powered SEPIC and buck-boost converter for DC Drives, ICCET , Chennai, March 2019

Journal Publications (2019-20)

  1. Bhagwan Shree Ram, Abraham Georgeand S. Ananthi, “Real Time Simulation of Doubly-Fed Induction Machine IGBT Drive on a PC-Cluster”, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 39-41.
  2. Dharati Kulkarni, Kishore Kumar Gaded, B. S. Ajay Nagendra, Karthik S. Koushikand KavyaPrabhu, “Economic Load Dispatch of Three Bus Thermal GeneratorUsing Fuzzy Logic Technique”, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 42-44.
  3. M. Jaanaki, R. Ashika, DheerajPatil, R. Ganapriyaand P. Sinchana, “Maximum Power Point Tracking of PV System underPartial Shading Condition”, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, I SSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 10-14.
  4. M. Jaanaki, V. Krishna Moorthyand Uma Praveen, “Numerical Studies of Thermo Acoustic Prime Mover on the Application of Renewable Energy”, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 60-61.
  5. NandhiniPriya, B. V. Nagaraj, Ramakrishna Kammar and Sanketha, “Replenishing Water Source for Wildlife Using Hybrid Energy Sources, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences”, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 15-18.
  6. Praveena1, H. S. Shubhanka, V. Neha, P. Prasath and G. S. Veda,” Load Frequency Control of Single Area System Using Ziegler-Nichols and Genetic Algorithm”, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 62-64.
  7. Praveena, H. S. Shubhanka, V. Neha, P. Prasath and G. S. Veda, “Optimal Design of Load Frequency Control of Single Area System”, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 71-77.
  8. Premalatha, P. R. Maneesha, Laxmi and M. MansiAngeleena,”PV Fed Zeta Converter for Street Lighting Application”, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 45-50.
  9. Premalatha and Sharath Singh, “Design and Development of Automatic Seed Sowing Machine”, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 51-54.
  10. Renjini E. Nambiar, SruthiDamodaranand Jeanmary Jose,”Motor Current Signature Analysis for Speed Estimation”, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 29-32.
  11. Revathi Shree, J. Yamuna, K. Sahana, M. Chandrika and M. V. Sarin, “InductivePower Transfer to Charge Electric Bicycles”, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 25-28.
  12. Sathishkumar and S. S. Parthasarathy, “Identification of Robust Controller for 150hp, 3-Phase Induction Motor”, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 33-38.
  13. Tithi Anish Antani, Ujjwal Kumar, Sindhu K. Bhat and Soumya Mishra, ”Design and Simulation of Photovoltaic Array”, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 65-70.
  14. Soumya Mishra, P. Praveena and M. V. Sarin, “A MICC Algorithm for Power Quality Improvement Using PV-DSTATCOM”, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 55-59.
  15. SruthiDamodaran, Renjini E Nambiar andJeanmary Jose, “Double Integrated-Buck Boost Converter versus Double Integrated-Buck Topology for LED Lamps”, Asian Journal of Electrical Sciences, ISSN: 2249-6297, Vol. 8, No. S1, 2019, pp. 19-24.

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