Course Duration: 4 Years | Semesters: 8 |

This department is one of the conventional and major branches in any engineering institution. Electrical energy is an essential gradient for the industrial and all round development of any nation.

  • The department is having dedicated and qualified staff members and is available for the students at all the time.
  • The department conducts regular seminars and workshops in order to put the recent developing technology under the department forum.
  • The resource persons are drawn from various industries and institution of repute.
  • The department laboratories are specious and equipped with hi-tech and modern sufficient equipments to carryout all the experiments mentioned in the syllabus by the university and to meet the state-of-the-art facility.

Prof. B.S.Khened

Prof. & HOD

Greetings from the EEE department,

Electrical Engineering is one of the core branches of engineering which has driven the world of technology to excellence. It has its applications in almost all branches of engineering. With rapid Industrial growth in the country, the requirement of electrical engineers has tremendously increased in power sector, industries, private and Government companies. This has resulted in opening of enormous opportunities for graduate electrical engineers.

With the objectives of transforming our students into efficient and capable technical professionals, having sound knowledge with analytical ability, creativity and professional competence, we impart necessary training to our students to excel in their respective fields. The department’s excellent infrastructure, talented faculty of the best kind ensuring quality education , along with a training and placement cell ensures a bright future to its students. Combining the advantages of sound theoretical knowledge with practical application of the same, and aided by exposure to the latest technologies moulds the students into excellent engineers The department believes in the multidimensional growth of all students. Keeping the above idea in mind the department encourages students to participate in extra and co-curricular activities, sports, cultural fest and paper presentation on technical subject’s seminars etc… Industrial visits, regular internships which assist the student in smooth transition from academic life to work life is regular feature of our department. Thus we are confident that our students will emerge as assets not only to this institution and to the organization they belong, but also to the country at large.
The department is presently running B. E. Course in Electrical Engineering and  M.Tech. course in Power Electronics . These courses are approved, by AICTE and Affiliated to V.T.U,


To create a centre for innovation and excellence in teaching, research and service in a learning environment in the high academic ambiance for imparting technical education of high standards to meet the current and future challenges of the technological developments.


 To provide highest quality teaching and learning environment with emphasis to produce competent and compassionate graduates in electrical engineering.
 To discover, disseminate and apply knowledge related to the broad aspects of electrical engineering through education and research in close interaction with industry thus produce graduates who are fully equipped to achieve highest personal and professional standards for overall development.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs):
PEO 1: To prepare graduates to excel in professional career by acquiring the broad knowledge of electrical engineering.
PEO 2: To prepare graduates capable of pursuing higher education and research.
PEO 3: To prepare graduates to engage in lifelong learning, professional development activities, and/or other career enhancing activities.
PEO 4: : To prepare graduates to develop leadership qualities, professional ethics and soft skills to be successful in their professional careers in industry or academia.

Programme outcomes (POs):

  1. Graduates will be in a position to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and allied engineering subjects as applicable to Electrical & Electronics Engineering.
  2. Graduates will have the ability to identify, formulate and design solutions in the areas of Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  3. Graduates will demonstrate the abilities to design and conduct experiments, analyze interpret data
  4. Graduates are able to address the challenges of complex Problems of Electrical & Electronics Engineering
  5. Graduates will have the ability to visualize and work independently or in teams
  6. Graduates will are able to adopt any modern engineering tool or software for analyzing and solving various problems of Electrical & Electronics Engineering.
  7. Graduates will have knowledge of professional and ethical responsibilities
  8. Graduates are able to communicate effectively
  9. Graduates will be able to incorporate the understanding of impact of social, cultural and global aspects in their professional practice
  10. In the fast changing scenario of technical and business eco system, the graduates will understand the need for quality, timeliness, life-long learning and adopting themselves accordingly
  11. Graduates will have the knowledge of contemporary issues and able to apply effectively for project manageme
  12. Graduates will understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in environmental contexts and the need for sustainable development.

Unique Features of the Department

  • Department is strengthened by well experienced and highly qualified teaching faculty – in diverse fields such as  power electronics,power systems, digital electronics, energy systems,VLSI design etc.
  • The department is having good infrastructure such as state of art laboratories, well furnished class rooms, seminar hall with projector.
  • Students of EEE have performed well in their academics by securing good pass percentage.
  • The students are placed in top MNCs like TCS, Infosys, Wipro, Microsoft, HCL, etc. The recruitment process is still continuing for the current academic year

Top Five Projects of 2014-15

  1. Simulation and experimental analysis of bearing voltage in electrostatic shielded induction motor fed by PWM inverter
  2. Energy audit of BITM college campus
  3. Design of an automobile using electromagnetism
  4. Experimental analysis of mechanical parameters on shaft voltage in a PWM inverter fed induction motor drive
  5. Steel making process control using PLC

Top Five Projects of 2013-14

  1. Detection of power grid failure on the basis of voltage and frequency
  2. Simulation and experimental measurement of common mode voltage and bearing voltage in a PWM voltage source inverter fed induction motor drive
  3. Voice based home appliance control
  4. Microcontroller based automatic mains failure solution
  5. Smart biometric voting machine.

Top Five Projects of 2012-13

  1. Modelling, simulation and analysis of THD for two level and multilevel inverter using MATLAB simulink
  2. Automated guided vehicles
  3. Contactless power transfer for electric vehicle charging
  4. Smart power control system
  5. Four stage sequential timer unit for DC motor control
SN Name of the Laboratory Carpet area (Sq.Mt) Lab / Major Equipments
1 AC Machines Lab and DC Machines Lab 89.18 Transformers, DC Generators, DC Motors, Induction Motors, Synchronous Motors
2 Analog Electronics Lab 126 1) Function Generator 2) Digital Storage Oscilloscope 3) Dual power supply 4) Signal Generators 5) Digi
3 Power Electronics Lab 1)Static characteristic of SCR kit, 2)Static characteristic of MOSFET kit, 3)SCR Trigger Using UJT R
4 Circuit Simulation Lab 76.54 1)Insulation Tester 2)Earth Resistance Tester 3)De-sauty's Bridge with Accessories 4)Current transformer
5 Computer Aided Electrical Drawing Lab 125.12 AOC make 25 systems
6 Power System Simulation Lab 1)zenith branded computer systems (30no: 25 Acer make,5 Zenith make) 2)UPS online 20kVa/240V 3) Battery
7 Control System Lab 189 1)Lead-Lag Network study unit, 2)PID Controller trainer, 3)Second order systems, 4)Two Phase AC Serv
8 High Voltage Lab 200 "Medium size H.V lab Equipments consists of a) Sphere gap cum rod gap apparatus with LVDT arrangement
9 Logic Design Lab 76.52 1) ALS-SDA 8085 MP kits (20No.) 2)Interfacing Kits (10).3) Digital IC trainer kits (15No.) 4) Power
10 Microcontroller Lab 76.52 1) Interfacing kits (16 No.) 2) Computer systems (30No:25 make Acer, 5 Zenith make) 3) Flash Prog
1 Power Electronics-Lab1-PG 126 1) 3-phase converter firing unit 2) 3-phase converter power circuit 3) DC chopper firing circuit 4)DC
2 Power Electroncis-Lab2-PG 1) DC shunt motor with mechanical loading 2) 1-phase IGBT based diode clamped multilevel inverter 3) ZV
Details of Workshop attended:Dept. of Electrical & Electronics Engg.
Faculty Name Workshops with details Sponsored by Date Place
Electrical & Electronics Engg
Prof. B S Khened & Prof Sharan Reddy National workshop on Technological Advances in Power systems & Power electronics BITM, Ballari 14 & 15 February 2014 BITM, Ballari
Details of Publications:Dept. of Electronics & Communication Engg.
Name of the faculty Details of Publication of papers National / international Year
Sharana Reddy “Experimental analysis of effects of mechanical parameters on bearing voltage in a PWM inverter fed induction motor” IJIERT, ISSNNo.2394-3696, 2016, pp-40-46. International 2016
“Reduction of THD using soft switching AC to AC Buck-Boost converter”, IJEECS,ISSN-2347-2820,Vol-4,issue-8,2016
Harish Kumar. G Voltage Gain Enhancement of Step-up Dc/Dc converter by Switched Capacitor & coupled inductor Techniques for Distributed Generation
IJMETMR- VOL.3,issue 8, 2016
International 2016
Load Flow Studies by CB Model Approach Using UPFC - IJST, Vol.7, issue 2 , 2014 2014
Sujatha D Simulation Based Resonance Analysis & Soft Switching Design of Isolated Boost Converter with Coupled Inductor For Vehicle Inverter Applications" - IJESC, Vol 6, Issue 8,2016 International 2016
Farzana Begum Simulation based transformerless HPF for improved harmonic compensation performance based on SSTL inverter - IJESC, Vol 6, Issue 7,2016 International 2016
Md. Anwar Simulation based resonance analysis & soft switching design of isolated boost converterwith coupled inductor for vehicle inverter applications" - ijesc, vol 6, issue 8,2016 International 2016
Simulation based transformerless HPF for improved harmonic compensation performance based on SSTL inverter - IJESC, Vol 6, Issue 7,2016
Vijaya Krishna. Photo Voltaic System Power Optimization under cascaded inverter Environment
IJMETMR, Vol.3, Issue 10, 2016
International 2016
B S Khened Synthesis, Characterization & Liquid Petroleum Gas Sensing of ZnFe2O4 Nanoribbons Doped Polyaniline Nano composites. - Sensor letters, vol. 14, no.8, 2016 International 2016
High Sensitivity & Selectivity of LPG Gas by Three Dimensional Molecular Ordered Polyaniline/CeO2 Nano composites, Sensor letters, vol. 14, no.8, 2016
Y Kamal Kishore “Flashover Voltage Modeling of an Outdoor Porcelain Insulators”Australian Journal of Basic & Applied Sciences, 9(36) December 2015,pages 459-464 International 2015
"Matlab/Simulink based mathematical modeling of solar photo voltaic cell”,International Journal of Innovative Science Engineering & Technology(IJISET 2015) - ISSN 2348 – 7968/ Vol. 2 Issue 6, pp-463-467
Shridhar. S. M “Flashover Voltage Modeling of an Outdoor Porcelain Insulators”, Australian Journal of Basic & Applied Sciences, 9(36) December 2015,pages 459-464 International 2015
“A System Bus extension & FPGA implementation of RS232 to USB converter integrate on SOC” in IJAREEIE, VOL-6, ISSUE-4, PP-2248-2259, 20-APR 2017 2017
Santhosha B.M “Flashover Voltage Modeling of an Outdoor Porcelain Insulators” , Australian Journal of Basic & Applied Sciences, 9(36) December 2015,pages 459-464 International 2015
“A System Bus extension & FPGA implementation of RS232 to USB converter integrate on SOC” in IJAREEIE, VOL-6, ISSUE-4, PP-2248-2259, 20-APR 2017 2017
Abdul Khadar A Enhanced statcom & adaptive neuro fuzzy logic control at grid integrated FSIG - ISSN No. 2319-8885 ,Vol 05 , Issue No -10 , PAGES:1975-1980 , IJMETR, MAY-2016 International 2016
P-Q theory based modified control algorithm for load compensation.ISSN No. 2319-8885, Vol 05, Issue No -14, PAGES:2796-2801, IJMETR , June-2016
Enhanced statcom & adaptive neuro fuzzy logic control at grid integrated FSIG.ISSN No. 2348-4845, Vol 4, Issue No -3, ISSN No.-2348-4845 IJMETMR. May-2017 2017

S.NO Name of

the Staff

Designation Qualification
1 Dr. Khened B.S Prof. & HOD M.Tech (Ph.D)
2 Dr.Raghavendra P Asso-Professor M.Tech (Ph.D)
3 Mr.Sharanareddy Asso-Professor M.Tech (Ph.D)
4 Mr.Abdul Khadar.A Asso-Professor M.Tech (Ph.D)
5 Mr.Narasimhulu.K Asst-Prof M.Tech
6 Mrs.Arathi P B Asst-Prof M.Tech (Ph.D)
7 Mr.Kamal Kishore Y Asst-Prof M.Tech
8 Mr.Shridhar S M Asst-Prof M.Tech
9 Mrs.Parvathi Asst-Prof M.Tech
10 Mr.Md Anwar Asst-Prof M.Tech
11 Mrs. Sujatha H Asst-Prof M.Tech
12 Mrs.Farzana Begam Asst-Prof M.Tech
13 Mr.Vijay Krishna M Asst-Prof M.Tech
14 Mr.Harish Kumar G Asst-Prof M.Tech
15 Mr.Santhosha B M Asst-Prof M.Tech
16 Miss.Sarala p Asst-Prof M.Tech
17 Mr.Vijay Kumar M.K Asst-Prof M.Tech
18 Mrs. Pushpa Latha Kumari Asst-Prof M.Tech
19 Mr.Chandan K.R Asst-Prof M.Tech
20 Miss.Shantala H Asst-Prof M.Tech
21 Mr.Sandeep YM Asst-Prof M.Tech
22 Mrs.Rajya Lakshmi Asst-Prof M.Tech
Instructional and non teaching staff
23 Miss.Priyanka H T Supervisor B.E.EEE
24 Mr.Shashidhar B Instructor DIPLOMA EEE
25 Mr.Manjunath D Instructor I.T.I ELECTRITION
26 Mr.Maheboobsab J Instructor I.T.I ELECTRITION
27 Mr.Ananda K Instructor DIPLOMA EEE
28 Mr.Basavaraj GH Instructor DIPLOMA EEE
29 Mr.Vishwanath V Store Keeper I.T.I AUTOMOBILE
30 Mr.Sreekanth A Store Keeper I.T.I ELECTRITION
31 Mr.Veeresh A Electrician I.T.I ELECTRITION
32 Mr.Devendra N Electrician I.T.I ELECTRITION
33 Mr.Venkatesh Electrician I.T.I ELECTRITION
34 Mr.Venugopal V Electrician I.T.I ELECTRITION
35 Mr.Venu V Attendar I.T.I FITTER

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