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Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

An electrical engineer is someone who designs and develops new electrical equipment, solves problems and tests equipment. They work with all kinds of electronic devices, from the smallest pocket devices to large supercomputers.

Electrical engineering deals with electricity, electro-magnetism and electronics. It also covers power, control systems, telecommunications and computer-engineeringsignal processing. These engineers are usually concerned with large-scale electrical systems such as motor control and power transmission, as well as utilizing electricity to transmit energy. Electrical engineers may work on a diverse range of technologies, from the design of household appliances, lighting and wiring of buildings, telecommunication systems, electrical power stations and satellite communications. They may plan their designs using computer-aided software or they may also sketch ideas by hand

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Electrical and electronics engineers conduct research, and design, develop, test, and oversee the development of electronic systems and the manufacture of electrical and electronic equipment and devices. From the global positioning system that can continuously provide the location of a vehicle to giant electric power generators, electrical and electronics engineers are responsible for a wide range of technologies.

Electrical engineers design, develop, test, and supervise the manufacture of electrical equipment. Some of this equipment includes electric motors; machinery controls, lighting, and wiring in buildings; radar and navigation systems; communications systems; and power generation, control, and transmission devices used by electric utilities. Electrical engineers also design the electrical systems of automobiles and aircraft. Although the terms electrical and electronics engineering often are used interchangeably in academia and industry, electrical engineers traditionally have focused on the generation and supply of power, whereas electronics engineers have worked on applications of electricity to control systems or signal processing. Electrical engineers specialize in areas such as power systems engineering or electrical equipment manufacturing.

Electronics engineers are responsible for a wide range of technologies, from portable music players to global positioning systems (GPS), which can continuously provide the location of, for example, a vehicle. Electronics engineers design, develop, test, and supervise the manufacture of electronic equipment such as broadcast and communications systems. Many electronics engineers also work in areas closely related to computers. However, engineers whose work is related exclusively to computer hardware are considered computer hardware engineers. Electronics engineers specialize in areas such as communications, signal processing, and control systems or have a specialty within one of these areas—control systems or aviation electronics, for example.

SARATH K S

SARATH K S

Head Of the Department
E:saratharackal@gmail.com

M:9745005199

Area of specialization: Power Electronics and Drives

Educational Qualification: B.Tech, ME, PhD (Pursuing), MIE

 

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ANET JOSE

ANET JOSE

Asst. Professor
E:anetjose16@gmail.com

M:9495547110

Area of specialization: Industrial Drives and Control. (I Rank in M Tech., in Industrial Drives

and Control: MG University 2014)

Educational Qualification: B.Tech, M.Tech

Employment History: 2 Year

SHANI.S.J

SHANI.S.J

Asst. Professor
E:shani8491@gmail.com

M:9496408959

Area of specialization: Communication Engineering

Educational Qualification: B.Tech, M.Tech

Employment History: 1 Year

NISHA PRAKASH

NISHA PRAKASH

Asst. Professor
E:nnishaprakashh@gmail.com

M:8547595925

Area of specialization: Power Electronics and Power Systems (I Rank in M Tech., in Power

Electronics and Power Systems : MG University 2014)

Educational Qualification: B.Tech, M.Tech

Employment History:

GEETHU KRISHNAN

GEETHU KRISHNAN

Asst. Professor
E:geethuccet@gmail.com

M:9495119598

Area of specialization:Power Electronics & Drives

Educational Qualification: B.Tech, M.Tech

Employment History : 4 years

SHALU V THAMPY

SHALU V THAMPY

Asst. Professor
E:2shaalu@gmail.com

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Area of specialization:Control Systems Engineering

Educational Qualification: B.Tech, M.Tech

ANNA THOMAS

ANNA THOMAS

Asst. Professor
E:

M:

Area of specialization: Signal Processing

Educational Qualification: B.Tech, M.Tech

Employment History :

VISHNU N NAIR

VISHNU N NAIR

Asst. Professor

E:vishnunnair@hotmail.com

M: +91 7736320932

Area of specialization:Power Systems

Educational Qualification: B.Tech, M.Tech

DINSHA VINOD

DINSHA VINOD

Asst. Professor

E: dvgalaxies@gmail.com

M: +91 9744748317

Area of specialization:Control Systems

Educational Qualification: B.Tech, M.Tech

SIJO V CHACKO

SIJO V CHACKO

Lab Assistant

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Educational Qualification: B.Tech

Employment History: 1 Year

ELECTRICAL MACHINES LABORATORY

13092077_10201859363641645_5673122287722936423_nThe significance of the Electrical Machines Lab is renowned in the various fields of engineering. Rapid changes have occurred in power technology over the past few decades and the need of basic understanding of motors and generators now is very important. The objective of the lab is to supplement suitable practical proof for some theories, examine the accuracy of the widely used approximate analytical methods and demonstrate basic practical testing techniques.

 In this lab experiments like load test, open circuit test, short circuit test etc. are carried out with the combination of different rotating machines and transformers. The machines lab is equipped with a 100A, 220 V rectifier unit, DC shunt and series motor, shunt motor coupled salient pole alternator, DC compound motor coupled with compound generator, single phase and three phase transformers, auto transformers and loading rheostats.

DIGITAL ELECTRONICS LABORATORY

Digital IC technology advances year by year at a rate which is unimaginable for other areas of technology. For years, applications of digital electronics were confined to computer systems. Today digital electronics are applied in many diverse areas such as telephony, data processing, radar, navigation, military systems, medical instruments, process controls etc. The digital electronics lab enables the students to perform various experiments to supplement their theoretical understanding of digital electronics. It makes the students familiar with different types of sequential and combinational logic circuits.

This lab is equipped with IC trainer kits, IC testers, logic gates, Universal gates and counters.

ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS LABORATORY/ ELECTRONICS WORKSHOP

This Lab familiarizes the students with the fundamentals of analog electronics. This is the basic and the core laboratory, which introduces a student to the world of electronic circuits and equipments. This lab entrusts the student to study the characteristics and applications of electronic components such as p-n junction diode, bipolar junction transistor, field effect transistor, oscillators and op-amps. The lab is well equipped with Cathode Ray Oscilloscopes, Digital Storage Oscilloscopes, function generators, digital multimeters, general purpose ICs, etc. used in design and implementation of basic electronic circuits.

 

ELECTRICAL WORKSHOP

The electrical workshop helps the students to familiarize with the basics of electrical engineering. It gives a basic understanding about household wiring system, hospital and godown wiring and tools and apparatus used for wiring. It also imparts the knowledge about ELCB, MCB, different types of cables and fuses and different domestic electric appliances.