Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

The Department has highly qualified and experienced faculty members; many of them are with Ph.D. degree. The faculty members actively engage in research and constantly publish papers in International and National Journals. The department regularly organizes technical workshops and Conferences for the faculty members to expose them to emerging areas. The department has the state of the art facilities for various laboratories, classrooms to support e-learning and department library. Guest lectures and industrial visits are periodically arranged for the students and faculty members to supplement their curriculum. The department strives for all round excellence in students.

REGULATION 2019

Our Mission

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(I) Facilitate the development of students through a broad-based technology oriented education in the field of EEE.
(II) 
Emphasize the application of emerging technologies to solve problems in the fields of EEE.
(III) 
Design and develop products with creativity.

Our Vision

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To empower graduates with capabilities of Academic, Technical and Professional competence and to nurture them in the emerging fields of research, and innovative product development.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  • To offer thematic oriented teaching through practical engineering operation and make the students to learn from practice to be successful in their career.
  • To promote creative thinking to inspire the real world engineering design based on demand through research and development.
  • To make the students to realize the importance of becoming entrepreneurs by promoting project design considering the product R&D, production, marketing, service aspects and product life cycle.
  • To foster teamwork, communication, leadership and cultivate techno-commercial-socio-economic problem solving capabilities.
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Programme Outcomes (POs) and

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

  • At the end of the programme, Electrical and Electronics Engineering Graduates will be able to :

PO1 : Engineering knowledge : Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialisation for the solution of complex engineering problems.

Competency Indicators
1.1       Demonstrate competence in mathematical modelling 1.1.1       Apply mathematical techniques such as calculus, linear algebra, and statistics to solve problems

1.1.2       Apply advanced mathematical techniques to model and solve electrical engineering problems

1.2       Demonstrate competence in basic sciences 1.2.1 Apply laws of natural science to an engineering problem
1.3                  Demonstrate competence in engineering fundamentals 1.3.1 Apply fundamental engineering concepts to solve engineering problems
1.4       Demonstrate competence in specialized engineering knowledge to the program 1.4.1 Apply electrical engineering concepts to solve engineering problems.

PO 2 : Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

Competency Indicators
2.1       Demonstrate an ability to identify and formulate complex engineering problem 2.1.1       Articulate problem statements and identify objectives

2.1.2       Identify engineering systems, variables, and parameters to solve the problems

2.1.3       Identify the mathematical, engineering and other relevant knowledge that applies to a given problem

2.2 Demonstrate an ability to formulate a solution plan and methodology for an engineering problem 2.2.1 Reframe complex problems into interconnected sub-problems
2.2.2       Identify, assemble and evaluate information and resources.

2.2.3       Identify existing processes/solution methods for solving the problem, including forming justified approximations and assumptions

2.2.4       Compare and contrast alternative solution processes to select the best process.

2.3       Demonstrate an ability to formulate and interpret a model 2.3.1       Combine scientific principles and engineering concepts to formulate model/s (mathematical or otherwise) of a system or process that is appropriate in terms of applicability and required accuracy.

2.3.2       Identify assumptions (mathematical and physical) necessary to allow modeling of a system at the level of accuracy required

2.4       Demonstrate an ability to execute a solution process and analyze results 2.4.1       Apply engineering mathematics and computations to solve mathematical models

2.4.2       Produce and validate results through skilful use of contemporary engineering tools and models

2.4.3       Identify sources of error in the solution process, and limitations of the solution.

2.4.4       Extract desired understanding and conclusions consistent with objectives and limitations of the analysis

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 public health and safety, and cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

Competency Indicators
3.1       Demonstrate an ability to define a complex/ open-ended problem in engineering terms 3.1.1       Recognize that need analysis is key to good problem definition

3.1.2       Elicit and document, engineering requirements from stakeholders

3.1.3       Synthesize engineering requirements from a review of the state-of-the-art

3.1.4       Extract engineering requirements from relevant engineering Codes and Standards such as ASME, ASTM, BIS, ISO and ASHRAE.

3.1.5       Explore and synthesize engineering requirements considering health, safety risks, environmental, cultural and societal issues

3.1.6       Determine design objectives, functional requirements and arrive at specifications

3.2       Demonstrate an ability to generate a diverse set of alternative design solutions 3.2.1       Apply formal idea generation tools to develop multiple engineering design solutions

3.2.2       Build models/prototypes to develop a diverse set of design solutions

3.2.3       Identify suitable criteria for the evaluation of alternate design solutions

3.3       Demonstrate an ability to select an optimal design scheme for further development 3.3.1       Apply formal decision-making tools to select optimal engineering design solutions for further development

3.3.2       Consult with domain experts and stakeholders to select candidate engineering design solution for further development

3.4       Demonstrate an ability to advance an engineering design to defined end state 3.4.1       Refine a conceptual design into a detailed design within the existing constraints (of the resources)

3.4.2       Generate information through appropriate tests to improve or revise the design

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.

Competency Indicators
4.1       Demonstrate an ability to conduct investigations of technical issues consistent with their level of knowledge and understanding 4.1.1       Define a problem, its scope and importance for purposes of investigation

 

 

4.1.2       Examine the relevant methods, tools and techniques of experiment design, system calibration, data acquisition, analysis and presentation

4.1.3       Apply appropriate instrumentation and/or software tools to make measurements of physical quantities

4.1.4       Establish a relationship between measured data and underlying physical principles.

4.2       Demonstrate an ability to design experiments to solve open-ended problems 4.2.1       Design and develop an experimental approach, specify appropriate equipment and procedures

4.2.2       Understand the importance of the statistical design of experiments and choose an appropriate experimental design plan based on the study objectives

4.3       Demonstrate an ability to analyze data and reach a valid conclusion 4.3.1       Use appropriate procedures, tools and techniques to conduct experiments and collect data

4.3.2       Analyze data for trends and correlations, stating possible errors and limitations

4.3.3       Represent data (in tabular and/or graphical forms) so as to facilitate analysis and explanation of the data, and drawing of conclusions

4.3.4       Synthesize information and knowledge about the problem from the raw data to reach appropriate conclusions

PO 5 : Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.

Competency Indicators
5.1       Demonstrate an ability to identify / create modern engineering tools, techniques and resources 5.1.1       Identify modern engineering tools such as computer-aided drafting, modeling and analysis; techniques and resources for engineering activities

5.1.2       Create/adapt/modify/extend tools and techniques to solve engineering problems

5.2       Demonstrate an ability to select and apply discipline-specific tools, techniques and resources 5.2.1       Identify the strengths and limitations of tools for (i) acquiring information, (ii) modeling and simulating, (iii) monitoring system performance, and (iv) creating engineering designs.

5.2.2       Demonstrate proficiency in using discipline- specific tools

5.3       Demonstrate an ability to evaluate the suitability and limitations of tools used to solve an engineering problem 5.3.1       Discuss limitations and validate tools, techniques and resources

 

5.3.2       Verify the credibility of results from tool use with reference to the accuracy and limitations, and the assumptions inherent in their use.

PO 6 : 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.

Competency Indicators
6.1      Demonstrate an ability to describe engineering roles in a broader context,

e.g. pertaining to the environment, health,

safety, legal and public welfare

6.1.1 Identify and describe various engineering roles; particularly as pertains to protection of the public and public interest at the global, regional and local level
6.2                  Demonstrate an understanding of professional engineering regulations, legislation and standards 6.2.1 Interpret legislation, regulations, codes, and standards relevant to your discipline and explain its contribution to the protection of the public

PO 7 : Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and the need for sustainable development.

Competency Indicators
7.1       Demonstrate an understanding of the impact of engineering and industrial practices on social, environmental and in economic contexts 7.1.1       Identify risks/impacts in the life-cycle of an engineering product or activity

 

 

7.1.2       Understand the relationship between the technical, socio-economic and environmental dimensions of sustainability

7.2       Demonstrate an ability to apply principles of sustainable design and development 7.2.1       Describe management techniques for sustainable development

7.2.2       Apply principles of preventive engineering and sustainable development to an engineering activity or product relevant to the discipline

PO 8 : Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

Competency Indicators
8.1                  Demonstrate an ability to recognize ethical dilemmas 8.1.1 Identify situations of unethical professional conduct and propose ethical alternatives
8.2       Demonstrate an ability to apply the Code of Ethics 8.2.1       Identify tenets of the ASME professional code of ethics

8.2.2       Examine and apply moral & ethical principles to known case studies

PO 9 : Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

Competency Indicators
9.1       Demonstrate an ability to form a team and define a role for each member 9.1.1       Recognize a variety of working and learning preferences; appreciate the value of diversity on a team

9.1.2       Implement the norms of practice (e.g. rules, roles, charters, agendas, etc.) of effective team work, to accomplish a goal.

9.2       Demonstrate effective individual and team operations– communication, problem solving, conflict resolution and leadership skills 9.2.1       Demonstrate effective communication, problem-solving, conflict resolution and leadership skills

 

9.2.2       Treat other team members respectfully

9.2.3       Listen to other members

9.2.4       Maintain composure in difficult situations

9.3       Demonstrate success in a team-based project 9.3.1 Present results as a team, with smooth integration of contributions from all individual efforts

PO 10 : Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with the 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

Competency Indicators
10.1         Demonstrate an ability to comprehend technical literature and document project work

 

 

 

 

 

 

10.2         Demonstrate competence in listening, speaking, and presentation

 

 

10.3         Demonstrate the ability to integrate different modes of communication

10.1.1   Read, understand and interpret technical and non-technical information

 

10.1.2   Produce clear, well-constructed, and well- supported written engineering documents

10.1.3   Create flow in a document or presentation

– a logical progression of ideas so that the main point is clear

10.2.1   Listen to and comprehend information, instructions, and viewpoints of others

10.2.2   Deliver effective oral presentations to technical and non-technical audiences

10.3.1   Create engineering-standard figures, reports and drawings to complement writing and presentations

10.3.2   Use a variety of media effectively to convey a message in a document or a presentation

PO 11 : Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.

Competency Indicators
11.1     Demonstrate an ability to evaluate the economic and financial performance of an engineering activity 11.1.1           Describe various economic and financial costs/benefits of an engineering activity

 

11.1.2           Analyze different forms of financial statements to evaluate the financial status of an engineering project

11.2 Demonstrate an ability to compare and contrast the costs/benefits of alternate proposals for an engineering activity 11.2.1 Analyze and select the most appropriate proposal based on economic and financial considerations.
11.3                Demonstrate an ability to plan/manage an engineering activity within time and budget constraints 11.3.1           Identify the tasks required to complete an engineering activity, and the resources required to complete the tasks.

11.3.2           Use project management tools to schedule an engineering project, so it is completed on time and on budget.

PO 12 : Life-long learning: Recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Competency Indicators
12.1         Demonstrate an ability to identify gaps in knowledge and a strategy to close these gaps

 

 

 

 

12.2         Demonstrate an ability to identify changing trends in engineering knowledge and practice

 

 

 

 

 

 

12.3         Demonstrate an ability to identify and access sources for new information

12.1.1   Describe the rationale for the requirement for   continuing   professional   development

 

12.1.2   Identify deficiencies or gaps in knowledge and demonstrate an ability to source information to close this gap

12.2.1   Identify historic points of technological advance in engineering that required practitioners to seek education in order to stay current

12.2.2   Recognize the need and be able to clearly explain why it is vitally important to keep current regarding new developments in your field

12.3.1   Source and comprehend technical literature and other credible sources of information

12.3.2   Analyze sourced technical and popular information for feasibility, viability, sustainability, etc.

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  • PSO1 : MODELING AND ANALYSIS : An ability to mathematically model and analyze the performance of Electrical machines, Control systems, Instrumentation systems, Power systems and Power electronic systems.
  • PSO2 : DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT : An ability to design the hardware and software requirements for the development of Electric drives, Automation systems and Embedded systems.

REGULATION 2015

VISION 

I.To empower graduates with “capabilities of Academic, Technical and Professional competence and to nurture them in the emerging fields of research, and innovative product development”.

MISSION 

The mission of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering program is to:

  I.Facilitate the development of students through a broad – based technology oriented education in the field of

II.Emphasize the application of emerging technologies to solve problems in the fields of

III.Design and develop products with

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  • Technically competent and successful Electrical and Electronics Engineers with their strong educational foundation, meet the demands of
  • Engineers with their creative mind – set, provide innovative solutions for the problems of the real
  • Empowered with leadership qualities and ethical values, the engineers have concern for society and sustainable.
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Programme Outcomes And Programme Specific Outcomes (Pos & Psos)

At the end of the programme, Electrical and Electronics Engineering Graduates will be able to:

POs GRADUATE ATTRIBUTES PROGRAMME OUTCOME
PO 1 ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE An ability to understand the fundamental concepts and reinterpret to achieve fresh insights and creativity.
PO 2 PROBLEM – ANALYSIS An ability to identify engineering problems, evaluate and synthesize solution.
PO 3 DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT OF SOLUTIONS An ability to effectively model, simulate, experiment, interpret and analyze data for complex electrical and electronic systems
PO 4 CONDUCT INVESTIGATIONS OF COMPLEX PROBLEMS To develop learning skills through design and implementation of a system, component, or process that meets the needs of electrical and allied fields.
PO 5 MODERN TOOL USAGE An ability to construct and test the system behavior by analyzing and interpreting data and information using modern

engineering tools.

PO 6 THE ENGINEER AND SOCIETY An ability to produce desired output with a blend of skills in allied engineering fields for the benefit of the society.
PO 7 ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY To inculcate self-confidence with a high degree of personal integrity to create a sustainable career.
PO 8 ETHICS An ability to understand the responsibility of taking professional decisions based on the impact of socio-techno-

economical issues.

PO 9 INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK An ability to develop skills and confidence to assume positions as competent professional leader.
PO 10 COMMUNICATION An ability to express their creativity to deal with the

unstructured situation.

PO 11 PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE An ability to present a techno-commercial feasibility report on the project.
PO 12 LIFE-LONG LEARNING To impart knowledge in contemporary issues and recognition of the need for life-long learning.
PSO 1 MODELING AND ANALYSIS An ability to mathematically model and analyze the performance of Electrical machines, Control systems, Instrumentation systems, Power systems and Power

Electronic systems.

PSO 2 DESIGN AND DEVELOPMENT An ability to design the hardware and software requirements for the development of Electric drives, Automation systems and Embedded systems.

 

PG – APPLIED ELECTRONICS

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

Graduates of the AE programme will be able to fulfil all of the following programme educational objectives for the curriculum:

  • The engineers of Applied Electronics, design circuits and develop systems in contemporary and frontier areas of electronics.
  • The enhanced skills of the engineers meet the demands and expectations of automation in various industries.
  • The graduates with professional competency promote and support creative research towards innovative product development.

Programme Outcomes (POs) and Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

POs PO Statements
PO1 An ability to independently carry out research / investigation and development work to solve practical problems
PO2 An ability to write and present a substantial technical report/document
PO3 An ability to design system components meeting the techno commercial and socio-economic needs
PSOs PSO Statements
PSO1 An ability to select appropriate techniques to modernize the existing infrastructure in line with the industry standards
PSO2 An ability to integrate knowledge from the fields of study and arrive solutions for complex engineering tasks

PG – EMBEDDED & REAL TIME SYSTEMS

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

Graduates of the ERTS programme will be able to fulfil all of the following PEO’s for the curriculum:

  • The engineers of Embedded and Real Time Systems possess technical and professional knowledge to design and develop systems.
  • The engineers acquire skills to provide optimal solutions for the challenges in the industry.
  • The graduates practice high ethical and technical standards and contribute for the advancement of society through scientific research.

Programme Outcomes (POs) and Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

POs PO Statements
PO1 An ability to independently carry out research / investigation and development work to solve practical problems
PO2 An ability to write and present a substantial technical report/document
PO3 An ability to design system solutions meeting the techno commercial and socio-economic needs
PSOs PSO Statements
PSO1 An ability to select appropriate techniques to modernize the existing infrastructure in line with the industry standards
PSO2 An ability to apply concepts in Engineering analysis and design

List of Former HOD

S.NO NAME PERIODS
1 Prof.R.G.JANAKIRAMAN –                JULY1979
2 Prof.P.SWAMINATHAN AUG1979   – SEP1988
3 Dr.P.MARIMUTHU OCT1988   –  SEP1996
4 Prof.P.SUNDARAMOORTHY OCT1996   –  JUNE1999
5 Dr.A.Y.SIVARAMAKRISHNAN JUNE1999   – JUNE2000
6 Dr.V.JAGANNATHAN JULY2000   –  MAY2001
7 Prof.P.ANBALAGAN JUNE200 1  – MAY2008
8 Dr.S.VASANTHARATHNA JUNE2008  – DEC2008
9 Dr. V.JAGANNATHAN DEC2008   –  MAY2011
10 Dr.S.VASANTHARATHNA June2011-

List of First Rank Holders

S.NO PERIODS NAME
1 1987-1991 M.AIYAPPAN
2 1988-1992 K.ARAVINDAN
3 1989-1993 G.JEYAMARIAPPAN
4 1990-1994 R.SURYANARAYANAN
5 1991-1995 D.RAGUNATH
6 1992-1996 P.THIAGARAJAN
7 1993-1997 P.SELVAKUMAR
8 1994-1998 V.RUDHRAKUMAR
9 1995-1999 SWAMINATHAN MADHURAM
10 1996-2000 S.S.THAMEEM
11 1997-2001 J.PRAKASH
12 1998-2002 S.ANAND
13 1999-2003 P.BALAJI
14 2000-2004 G.SATHYABAMA
15 2001-2005 S.SHYAMALA
16 2002-2006 SUJI JOSE
17 2003-2007 S.KANCHANA
18 2004-2008 M.HARI
19 2005-2009 N.ARCHANA
20 2006-2010 M.MALINI
21 2007-2011 S.MADHU BALAJI
22 2008-2012 S.NANDITHA
23 2009-2013 ANJANA VALSAN
24 2010-2014 M.CHOCKALINGAM
25 2011-2015 K.RAMYA
26 2012-2016 M.POORVAJA