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.

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.

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Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  • Technically competent and successful Electrical and Electronics Engineers with their strong educational foundation, meet the demands of industry.
  • Engineers with their creative mindset, provide innovative solutions for the problems of the real world.
  • Empowered with leadership qualities and ethical values have concern for society and sustainable environment.
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Programme Outcomes (POs)

The Board of Studies in Electrical and Electronics Engineering at Coimbatore Institute of Technology, Coimbatore comprising of Faculty, Experts from Academia and Industry has framed curriculum with specific objectives:

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  • Knowledge – Basics An ability to understand the fundamental concepts and reinterpret to achieve fresh insights and creativity.
  • Critical – Thinking An ability to effectively treat complex electrical and electronic systems through modelling, simulation, experimentation, interpretation and analysis of data.
  • Problem – Solving An ability to identify engineering problems, evaluate and synthesize solution.
  • Research – Skill To develop learning skills through design and implementation of a system, component, or process that meets the needs of electrical and allied fields.
  • Usage of ICT – An ability to construct and test hypotheses about system behaviour by analyzing and interpreting data and information using modern engineering tools.
  • Multidisciplinary work – An ability to produce desired outputs with a blend of skills in allied engineering fields.
  • Project management – An ability to present a technical feasibility report on the importance of a project and the latest global developments in that project.
  • Continuous Learning – To impart knowledge of contemporary issues and recognition of the need for life-long learning.
  • Ethical Practices and social responsibility – An ability to understand the responsibility of taking professional decisions based on the impact of socio-techno- economical issues.
  • Independent reflective learning To inculcate self confidence with a high degree of personal integrity to create a sustainable career.
  • Collaborative Work – An ability to express their creativity to deal with the unstructured situation.
  • Leadership and Team management – An ability to develop skills and confidence to assume positions as competent professional leader

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

  • Improvise Leadership Skills – To gain the skills, confidence and experience to enable them to assume positions in their career path.
  • Enhance Research Skills – To keep abreast of the technology through global networks

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

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An ability to integrate knowledge from the fields of study and arrive solutions for complex engineering tasks

PG – EMBEDDDED & 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