Department at a Glance
Intake
120
Faculty : Student
1 : 15
Laboratories
14


Message from the Head of the Department


Mathematics HOD

Electrical engineers use basics of physics, mathematics, electronics and electromagnetism to design devices that are powered by or produce electricity.

Electrical engineers work on anything form small pocket devices such as mobile phones to large aircraft electrical systems. Engineers test prototypes to evaluate and improve the performance of systems. To satisfy the above requirements, in depth knowledge on Physics, Mathematics is necessary. Therefore students who are interested and enthusiastic in learning the subjects like Physics, Mathematics, and Electronics can opt for electrical engineering.

The future prospects of the EEE graduate are very wide and bright. The demand for environmentally friendly power generation, more sophisticate electrical and electronic devices, and cheaper and smarter products requires the smart work of electrical engineers.

Sample of Career opportunities are Industrial research and development labs like CPRI, DRDO, DRDL etc.,Power Distributing sector like APEPDCL, Software sector like TCS, Engineering Services Exams, Power Generation Industry like NTPC, PGCL, Rail industry, Telecoms, Utilities industry, Pharmaceuticals industry, Oil and Gas industry like ONGC, Aerospace industry like HAL, Automotive industry, Chemical industry, Electronics industry etc.

The current industrial practices involve a lot of automation in every sector. The industry is looking at graduates who are well equipped with the industrial practices and can perform a good job once they are absorbed into the industry. Due to the gap between theory and practice the graduates joining the industry require up to about two years gestation period for them to show their input in the company, in many situations they end up leaving the company without giving any input in the organization or company. A considerable number of employers in the engineering sector experience challenges while employing engineers due to lack of personnel possessing relevant skills and experience. This gap is mostly evident in areas of practical and technical skills, the demand is also there for the generic and personal skills. This is according to the article "An assessment of Skills Needs in Engineering" by Connor H, Dench S and Bates P.

Regular class work, classes for competitive exams such as GATE are also conducted to pre-final year and final year students. Students are encouraged to give seminars on latest technologies by researching latest magazines & journals. Students are encouraged to participate in co-curricular activities conducted at institutions of national repute.


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Courses Offered

Course Offered Specialization Intake
B.Tech EEE 60

Professional Memberships:

Education should not be limited to the formal education but should accustom with the changing conditions to build personnel for tomorrow's world. This requires study of the current scenario and continuous effort in the fields of science and technology. With this motto, we came forward with the idea of forming the ISTE student chapter i.e., 'Indian Society for Technical Education' student chapter.

Advantages of having professional body memberships
  • Professional Development: it is never to early too plan student's career
  • Knowledge resources: stay abreast of what is happening in the field of electrical engineering.
  • Team spirit and organizing skills
  • Contact with experts: through guest lectures and online interactions with eminent personalities


Student Success Stories:
Infosys:

I am extremely happy to announce that I started my marathon journey with Infosys MNC Company. Thanks to SVIET for helping me in my journey..


M Mani Prasad
Amara Raja Batteries :

SVIET provided a right, wonderful opportunity to every student. Like me, everyone can excel in every mode of life. Thanks to Management for providing great platform to become myself as a complete individual.


V.N.V.INDRAPRASAD
Almadar Technical services, Bahrain :

I have found incredible treasure of knowledge from determined faculty, discipline from respective departments and pleasantness from college environment. I am very much honored to be student of SVIET.


KAGITA DURGA KISHORE
SOMA Enterprises, Bangalore :

During my four years of B.Tech course, my faculty gave me wings to fly in the ocean of knowledge. They instilled a strong driving force to get success in upcoming challenges.


T Anil Kumar
DNR Electrical, Hyderabad:

My keen observations proved that Like students, my teaching faculty members are updating their skills with institutional vision and mission to make us ready to create wonders in our life.


D Nagaraju
TCS :

I remembered a great quote on this occasion 'Good, better, best. Never let it rest ' Till your good is better and your better is best. SVIET provided good resources like TPCG cell, better opportunities may become best in our career guidance.


Naveena Swapnika

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
Welcome

The Department of Electrical AND Electronics Engineering at the SVIET was established in 2008. offers Undergraduate program (B.Tech) in EEE with an intake of 60 students.

VISION

To be a recognized knowledge hub of Electrical & Electronics Engineering contributing to overall development of stakeholder.


MISSION

DM1. To provide quality resources, infrastructure that enables student learning.

DM2. To conduct training, activities for professional & personality development.

DM3. To promote ethical values & communication skills.

DM4. To motivate students for continuous pursuit of solutions to meet social & industrial needs.


PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOS)

PEO1:Possesscritical thinking, design skills, ability to utilize latest engineering tools, and capacity to purchase research.

PEO2: Show specialized fitness to tackle design issues for economic feasibility and social adequacy

PEO3: Utilize their abilities in moral and expert way to raise the fulfillment level of stakeholders

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Electrical engineering mainly deals with the generation and distribution of power and maintenance of large power systems. It has been known in the past to encompass electronic engineering, which has obtained an identity of its own only in the recent years. In most cases, both of these disciplines are offered through a combined course of study.

History of Electrical Engineering

Electrical engineers are responsible mainly for power generation and power transmission. The importance of electrical engineering was recognized only in the 19th century. Some of the main contributors to the field of electrical engineering were George Ohm, Micheal Faraday, James Clark Maxwell, Thomas Elva Edison and Nikola Tesla. However, there were many people who played their own part in bringing electrical engineering to the level it is at today.

Applications of Electrical Engineering

The main aim is to ensure the safe usage of electricity. For this purpose they are given the responsibility of designing electrical appliances as well as the wiring system of electricity to ensure supply of electricity to these appliances. Many times electrical engineers have to work on projects that involve a certain degree of electronics engineering. Electrical engineers are concerned with designing the flight systems of aircrafts and rocket propulsion systems. Industrial automation and automobile control system design are also a part of electrical engineering.

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Graduates of Electrical and Electronics Engineering shall
PEO1:Possess critical thinking,design skills,ability to utilize latest engineering tools,and capability to pursue research
PEO2:Show specialized fitness to tackle design issues for economic feasibility and Social adequacy.
PEO3:Utilize their abilities in moral and expert way to raise the fulfillment level of stakeholders.

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
LONG TERM & SHORT TERM GOALS

=> Up gradation of faculty skills of at least 03 members by sending them to participate in more number of National level short-term programs / work shops/ seminars.
=> To achieve 90-95% results in final examination every academic year.
=> To organize 02 educational tours ever academic year.
=> To organize students presented papers at least a minimum of 15 every academic year.
=> To reduce subjects with High failure rate from present level 30% to 15% every academic year.
=> To cover syllabus 100% as per schedules.
=> To send at least 10 students to participate external paper presentation contests every year.

Industry Institute Interaction:

=> To conduct at least 02 workshops for industries every academic year.
=> At least 02 Guest lectures by eminent persons in different areas for every semester.

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Electrical AND Electronics Engineering

About Library

Electrical and Electronics departmentis equipped with a library apart from the Central Library of the Institution.Department Library comprise of a substantial No. of Volumes, Magazines, Dailies and Reference Books for ready reference to its Staff and Students.At present the department library has about different volumes with different titles. It also subscribes for e-Journals, Journals & Magazines.

Apart from curriculum books the library also has titles in the reference section that helps student in preparing for competitive exams and placement tests. Rich collection of books on software technologies makes the student improve his technical and programming skills. CD's and DVD's of lectures are also available in the department library facilitating quick learning.Though the library, at present caters to the needs of the undergraduate and post graduate students , it is as well in future being developed to meet the needs of staff doing their Doctoral Program.

The library functions on all working days from Monday to Saturday.

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Contact Us

Address:

Sri Vasavi Institute of Engineering & Technology

Nandamuru

Pedana Mandal

Krishna District

Andhra Pradesh

India,Pin code:521369

  • Department Head Phone No:+919493506010
  • Email:hod.eee@sviet.edu.in
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FACULTY LIST:

NAME OF THE FACULTY DESIGNATION
1. Mr. D Adithya Kumar Associate Professor
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2. Mr. Sri Kanth Pola Assistant Professor,I/c HoD
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3. Mr. Putaboina Hemanth Kumar Assistant Professor
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4. Mr. V V N Bhaskar Kandula Assistant Professor
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5. Mr.R Jithin Kumar Assistant Professor
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6. Mr.B N V Satish Kumar Kolla Assistant Professor
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7. Ms. Badam Srivani Assistant Professor
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Non Teaching Staff

NAME OF THE FACULTY DESIGNATION
1. Mr.B.Arjun Rao Lab Technician
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Program Outcomes:
1. ENGINEERING KNOWLEDGE: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
2. PROBLEM ANALYSIS: Identify, formulate, research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics,natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
3. 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 the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
4. 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.
5. MODERN TOOL USAGE: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
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.
7. ENVIRONMENT AND SUSTAINABILITY: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
8. ETHICS: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
9. INDIVIDUAL AND TEAM WORK: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
10. COMMUNICATION: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, give and receive clear instructions.
11. PROJECT MANAGEMENT AND FINANCE: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
12. LIFE-LONG LEARNING: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.



Program Specific Outcomes(PSOs)

PSO1:Ability to plan and build the Green Electrical frameworks.
PSO2:Ability to create,Test,Operate and Maintain Electrical and Electronics networks.

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EEE Curriculum

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R19 Regulations

EEE 1st Year ( I - Semester )EEE 1st Year ( II - Semester)
  • English-I
  • Mathematics ? II
  • Mathematics-I
  • Mathematics ? III
  • Applied Chemistry
  • Applied Physics
  • Programming for Problem Solving Using C
  • Fundamentals of Computers
  • Engineering Drawing
  • Electrical Circuit Analysis - I
  • English Lab
  • Electrical Engineering Workshop
  • Applied Chemistry Lab
  • Applied Physics Lab
  • Programming for Problem Solving Using C Lab
  • Communication Skills Lab
  • Environmental Science
  • Engineering Exploration Project

  • R16 Regulations

    EEE 2nd Year ( I - Semester )EEE 2nd Year ( II - Semester)
  • Electrical Circuit Analysis - II
  • Electrical Measurements
  • Electrical Machines-I
  • Electrical Machines-II
  • Basic Electronics and Devices
  • Switching Theory and Logic Design
  • Electro Magnetic Fields
  • Control Systems
  • Thermal and Hydro Prime movers
  • Power Systems-I
  • Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis
  • Management Science
  • Thermal and Hydro Laboratory
  • Electrical Machines-I Laboratory
  • Electrical Circuits Laboratory
  • Electronic Devices & Circuits Laboratory

  • EEE 3rd Year ( I - Semester )EEE 3rd Year ( II - Semester)
  • Power Systems-II
  • Power Electronic Controllers & Drives
  • Renewable Energy Sources
  • Power System Analysis
  • Signals and Systems
  • Micro Processors and Micro controllers
  • Pulse & Digital Circuits
  • Data Structures
  • Power Electronics
  • Open Elective
  • Electrical Machines-II Laboratory
  • Unix and Shell Programming
  • Control Systems Laboratory
  • OOPS Through JAVA
  • Electrical Measurements Laboratory
  • VLSI Design
  • IPR & Patents
  • Robotics
    Neural Networks &Fuzzy Logic
    Energy Audit and Conservation&Management
    Power Electronics Laboratory
    Microprocessors & Microcontrollers Laboratory
    Data Structures Laboratory
    Professional Ethics & Human Values

    EEE 4th Year ( I - Semester )EEE 4th Year ( II - Semester)
  • Utilization of Electrical Energy
  • Digital Control Systems
  • Linear IC Applications
  • HVDC Transmission
  • Power System Operation & Control
  • Electrical Distribution Systems
  • Switchgear and Protection
  • Elective ? III
  • Elective ? I
  • High Voltage Engineering
    Electrical Machine Modeling and AnalysisFlexible Alternating Current Transmission Systems
    Advanced Control SystemsPower System Reforms
    Programmable Logic Controllers & Applications
  • Seminar
  • Instrumentation
  • Project
  • Elective ? II
  • Optimization Techniques
    Electric Power Quality
    Special Electrical Machines
  • Electrical Simulation Laboratory
  • Power Systems & Simulation Laboratory
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    S.NOBatchRegd.NoName of the studentMarks %College Rank
    1.
    2008-2012
    08MQ1A0525
    T.R.PRADHYUMNA
    80.86
    I
    2.
    2009-2013
    09MQ1A0525
    N.MOUNA SREE
    79.74
    I
    3.
    2010-2014
    10MQ1A0592
    SHAIK SHAHEEN
    77.48
    I
    4.
    2010-2014
    10MQ1A0548
    M.MANINDRA NARESH KUMAR
    76.93
    II
    5.
    2011-2015
    11MQ1A0519
    M.LAKSHMI MADHURI
    78.90
    I
    6.
    2011-2015
    11MQ1A0514
    G.J SIRISHA
    78.06
    II
    7.
    2012-2016
    12MQ1A0537
    CH. RAMKISHORE
    77.32
    I
    8.
    2012-2016
    12MQ1A0580
    T. LIKHITDA
    76.77
    II
    9.
    2013-2017
    14MQ5A0501
    A.POOJITDA
    78.05
    I
    10.
    2013-2017
    14MQ5A0506
    K.T.N.PRAVALLIKA
    77.84
    II
    11.
    2014-2018
    14MQ1A0518
    M.S.SARVANI
    86.93
    I
    12.
    2014-2018
    14MQ1A0556
    N.TABASSUM
    83.30
    II
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    ACADEMIC CALENDARS

    2019-20 Academic Calendars

    2018-19 Academic Calendars

    2017-18 Academic Calendars

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    SEMINARS:

    Students of IInd, Third and Final Year Students are required to select one of the Topics from the List or they can come up with their own topic on Latest or Future Technology and present a Seminar for Minimum of 15 Minutes.

    Hybrid Electric Vehicles-Vehicle to Grid Technology. Analysis of Harmonics in Three phases Voltage Source inverter. Rail Guns
    Fuzzy control of Alternator Micro electro mechanical systems (MEMS) Power generating Shoes.
    The next generation of Wireless Performance. Mobile monitoring of underground cable systems. Recent Advances in Power system Protection.
    Poly Fuses. Applications of SCADA in Power systems. The Electromagnetic Bomb?-a Weapon of Electrical mass destruction.
    Energy ervesting from Trees. Flowting wind generator Ultrasonic Motors.
    Solar Power Satellites Ocean Thermal Energy conversion. Pongamai oil- the future fuel
    Hydrogen Energy and Fuel cells Solar Electricity. Self Powered Rotating Building.
    A Hybrid Wind Solar Energy System Finger Print ACES Robot. Power Quality improvement.
    Power generation using fuel cells Wireless Power Transmission Via Solar Power Satellites. Lunar energy Harnessing Tidal Power.
    Safety precautions and Assessments for Crashes involving Electric vehicles. Flying without wings driving without wheels. Future Power generation by Bloom energy, speed breakers, Kite wind Generator.
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    EEE Project 20-21
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    ABOUT EDISON
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    ABOUT EDISON

    DEPARTMENT OF EEE formed student association named ?EDISON? (Electrically Dignifying Intellectual Student Organization Network) on 07/02/2014 with a motto to create an environment that shall foster the growth of intellectually capable, innovative professionals who can contribute to the growth of technology in partnership with industry and develop and harness it for the welfare of the nation and mankind. We strive to establish a system of quality assurance to continuously address, monitor and evaluate the quality of education offered to students thus promoting effective teaching- learning processes to enhance students? skills and talents for their exemplary contribution to the society, the nation and the world.

    The Graduation course, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (EEE), affiliated to Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Kakinada has initiated its task of emerging Graduates from Sri Vasavi Institute of Engineering & Technology from the year 2008.

    As a part of it we encourage students toward activities other than in their curriculum like

    => Technical Presentations
    => Workshops
    => Seminars
    => Conferences
    => Industrial Tours

    AS A PART OF IT WE ORGANISED ONE DAY SEMINAR ON ?POWER SYSTEM PLANNING? BY Dr.P.SANGAMESWARA RAO GARU, HOD of EEE DEPARTMENT SV UNIVERSITY TIRUPATI ON 07/02/2014.

    ACTIVITIES

  • Conducted ?Poster presentation competition?, 13-12-2019
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    Publications 2021-2022

    International Journal Publications:

    S.No. Name of the Faculty Name of the Journal/Conference Title of the paper Volume ,issue no& page no
    1 Jyothilal Nayak .B, M.Sridhar, R.Srinivasa Rao International Journal of electrical power & energy systems Modified adaptive differential evolution based optimal operation and security of AC-DC microgrid systems? Volume 103 No. 1, 2018
    2 Jyothilal Nayak .B, M.Sridhar, R.Srinivasa Rao Global Journal Of Engineering Science And Researches Voltage Stability Of AC/DC Micro Grids Systems Vol 03, Issue 04, pages 448-457.
    3 B.D.S.PRASAD "International Journal of Research in Engineering, Science and Management " RAILWAY TRACK CRACK DETECTION SYSTEM Volume-2, Issue-3,
    4 P.HEMANTH KUMAR International Journal of Research in Engineering, Science and Management ELCTRO MAGNETIC PROJECTILE LAUNCHER Volume-2, Issue-3, March-2019
    5 P.HEMANTH KUMAR "International Journal of Research in Engineering, Science and Management " MULTI RANGE SOLAR INVERTER Volume-2, Issue-3
    6 K.V.V.N.BHASKAR "International Journal of Research in Engineering, Science and Management " DUAL AXIS SOLAR TRACKER USING ARDUINO Volume-2, Issue-3,
    7 P.SRIKANTH "International Journal of Research in Engineering, Science and Management " HAND GESTURE ROBOT Volume-2, Issue-3,
    8 A.SRINIVASA RAO "International Journal of Research in Engineering, Science and Management " POWER GENERATION THROUGH SPEED BRAKERS Volume-2, Issue-3,
    9 B.J.L.NAYAK JETIR1903944 Journal of Emerging Technologies and Innovative DESIGN,FABRICATION AND PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF SOLAR E-TRI CYCLE Volume 6, Issue 3
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    ELECTRICAL CIRCUITS & SIMULATION LAB

    Equipment Name Range
    CRO 30 MHZ
    Function Generators 20 MHZ
    Multi Meters 3 ˝ Digit
    RPS 0-40 V
    Decked Resistance Boxes 0-1 mohm
    Decked Induction Boxes 10 Micro Henry to 900 MH
    Decked Capacitance Boxes 100 Pico Farad to 9 MF
    Ammeters(MC) Digital 0-200 mA
    Voltmeters(MC) Digital 0-200 mV
    Carbon Resistors ------
    Bread Boards ------
    DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipments as per the JNTU syllabus.

    ELECTRICAL MACHINES LABORATORY:

    Equipment Name Range
    Control Panel 16 way 440 V
    Rectifier Unit 100 A, 440 V
    DC Shunt Motor & Gen set Motor: 5 hp; Gen:3KW
    DC Shunt Motor 5 HP
    DC Motor Coupled Alternator Set Motor: 5 hp; Alt: 3KVA
    3 Phase Squirrel Case Induction Motor 5 HP
    1 Phase Transformers 230 V, 10 A
    3 Phase Auto Transformers 415 V/15 A
    1 Phase Auto Transformer 280 V/ 15 A
    Carbon Resistors ------
    Bread Boards ------
    Control Panel 16 way 440 V
    Rectifier Unit 100 A,440 V
    DC Shunt Motor & Gen set Motor : 5 hp< br />Gen : 3 KW
    DC Shunt Motor 5 HP
    DC Motor Coupled Alternator Set Motor : 5 HP
    Alt : 3 KVA
    3 Phase Squirrel Case Induction Motor 5 HP
    1 Phase Transformers 230 V,10 A
    3 Phase Auto Transformer 415 V/ 15 A
    Series Identical Machines 3 KW, 5 HP
    Shunt Motor Coupled to Series Generator 3 KW, 5 HP
    Shunt Motor Coupled to Compound Generator 3 KW, 5 HP
    DC Shunt Identical Machines 3 KW,5 HP
    DC Compound Motor With Break Drum 3 HP
    3 Phase Synchronous Motor With Break Drum 5 HP,6.2 A
    1 Phase 2 HP Induction Motor With Break drum Arrangement 1.5 KW / 2 HP
    3 Phase Alternator Coupled to DC Shunt Motor 3 KVA,5 HP
    DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipments as per the JNTU syllabus.

    CONTROL SYSTEMS LABORATORY :

    S.No. Equipment Name
    1 Synchro Transmitter and Reciever Kit
    2 PLC Trainer Kit
    3 Effect of Feedback on DC Motor(Position Control)
    4 Transfer Function of Armature Controlled DC Motor
    5 Effect of P,PI,PID Controller
    6 Study of LEAD LAG Compensation Network
    7 Magnetic Amplifier Kit
    8 AC Servo Motor Kit
    9 Temperature Control Using PID Controller Kit
    10 Determination of Second Order System Specifications
    DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipments as per the JNTU syllabus.

    POWER ELECTRONICS LABORATORY:

    S.No. Equipment Name
    1 Study of Characteristics of SCR,MOSFET & IGBT Module
    2 Gate Firing Circuits for SCR's Module
    3 Single Phase AC Voltage Controller Module
    4 Single Phase Half Controlled Bridge Converter Module
    5 Single Phase Fully Controlled Bridge Converter Module
    6 Forced Commutation Circuits(Class A,B,C,D & E) Module
    7 DC Jones Chopper Module
    8 Single Phase Parallel Inverter Module
    9 Single Phase Cycloconverter Module
    10 Single Phase Series Inverter Module
    11 Single Phase Dual Converter Module
    12 Three Phase Half Controlled Converter Module
    13 Single Phase Transformers(0-220v)
    14 Rheostats (360 / 1.2 A)
    15 Inductance(0-150)mH
    16 CRO (30 MHz)
    17 RPS (0-30 V)
    DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

    The Department has well equipped laboratories. The labs are provided with necessary equipments as per the JNTU syllabus.

    ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS LABORATORY:

    S.No. Equipment Name
    1 Single Phase energy Meter (230V,5A)
    2 Portable KELVIN's Double Bridge Module
    3 Anderson's Bridge Module
    4 Linear Variable Differential Transformer
    5 Strain Gauge Module
    6 D.C Crompton Potentio Meter Module
    7 Load Choke Coils(4MH,5A)
    8 Single Phase Energy Meter
    9 Single Phase Power Factor Meter
    10 Phase Shifting Transformer
    11 Three Phase Reactive Load
    12 Schering Bridge Module
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    2017-2018 Placements

    S.No NAME OF THE STUDENT Regd.No. Employer name Intial Designation Initial salary p.a
    1 KARE SRAVANI 14MQ1A0201 TECHONA Trainee engineer 0.96 LPA
    2 MARRE HARIKA 14MQ1A0202 TECHONA Trainee engineer 0.96 LPA
    3 PERISETTI RAJESWARI 14MQ1A0203 TECHONA Trainee engineer 0.96 LPA
    4 GOKAVARAPU NAGA YASASWINI 14MQ1A0414 TECHONA Trainee engineer 0.96 LPA
    5 MURALA KRISHNA KUMARI 14MQ1A0428 TECHONA Trainee engineer 0.96 LPA
    6 AREPALLI MADHAVI TEJA 15MQ5A0202 TECHONA Trainee engineer 0.96 LPA
    7 METTAPALLI BHAVANI LAKSHMI NARAYANA 15MQ5A0217 SURYA TECH SOLUTIONS Trainee engineer 1.8 LPA
    8 NAIDU NARESH BABU 15MQ5A0219 SURYA TECH SOLUTIONS Trainee engineer 1.8 LPA
    9 POSINA MAHESH 15MQ5A0223 CRANES VARSITY Trainee 2.4 LPA
    10 VEDURUPARTHI CHARAN SAI 15MQ5A0228 HYOSEONG ELECTRIC CO., LTD Graduated Engineer Trainee 1.32 LPA
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    2016-2017 Placements

    S.No NAME OF THE STUDENT Regd.No. COMPANY Designation Initial salary p.a
    1 K LAVANYA 13MQ1A0202 S V Tech Solutions Operator 1.3 LPA
    2 MANDALI HEMA SOUNDHARYA 13MQ1A0203 SPRING ROOTS Marketing Executive 3 LPA
    3 PUTTI PODHWINI 13MQ1A0209 SPRING ROOTS Marketing Executive 3 LPA
    4 D NAGA RAJU 13MQ1A0213 JUST CONNECT GET 1.08 LPA
    5 GADDAM NAGESWARA RAO 13MQ1A0215 JUST CONNECT GET 1.08 LPA
    6 G KOTESWARA RAO 13MQ1A0216 JUST CONNECT GET 1.08 LPA
    7 K N V S M SAI AKHIL 13MQ1A0217 JUST CONNECT GET 1.08 LPA
    8 K N V HEMANTH RAJU 13MQ1A0218 SPRING ROOTS Marketing Executive 3 LPA
    9 P BABY MANINDRA 13MQ1A0222 NEWTECH Graduate Engineer Trainee 1.44 LPA
    10 PUPPALA SAI 13MQ1A0223 JUST CONNECT GET 1.08 LPA
    11 SUNNAPU SURYA NARAYANA 13MQ1A0224 JUST CONNECT GET 1.08 LPA
    12 VARUDU ARUNA KUMARI 14MQ5A0207 S V Tech Solutions Operator 1.3 LPA
    13 GUDIVADA AMARNATH 14MQ5A0213 IKS Health - 2.46 LPA
    14 KAGITA DURGA KISHQRE 14MQ5A0215 JUST CONNECT GET 1.08 LPA
    15 M NAGA VENKATA MANI KISHORE 14MQ5A0216 JUST CONNECT GET 1.08 LPA
    16 NAMBURI SURESH 14MQ5A0217 JUST CONNECT GET 1.08 LPA
    17 PARASA V V PRASAD 14MQ5A0218 JUST CONNECT GET 1.08 LPA
    18 TADIBOINA ANIL KUMAR 14MQ5A0221 JUST CONNECT GET 1.08 LPA
    19 TATA ADISESHU 14MQ5A0223 NEWTECH Graduate Engineer Trainee 1.44 LPA
    20 UMMIDISETTI KONDA BABU 14MQ5A0225 NEWTECH Graduate Engineer Trainee 1.44 LPA
    DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

    2015-2016 Placements

    S.No NAME OF THE STUDENT Regd.No. COMPANY Designation Initial salary p.a
    1 CHITTAJALLU SARIKA KRISHNA 12MQ1A0202 "TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES (TCS)" Assistant System Engineer-Trainee 3.3 LPA
    2 VENTRAPATI NAVEENA 12MQ1A0212 "TATA CONSULTANCY SERVICES (TCS)" Assistant System Engineer-Trainee 3.3 LPA
    3 JOGI NAGA BABU 12MQ1A0216 GEMINI COMMUNICATION LTD. Engineer-Service Delivery 1.416 LPA
    4 JULURI PHANESWARA RAO 12MQ1A0218 VOLTECH GT 1.44 LPA
    5 "M NAGENDRA KUMAR" 12MQ1A0222 GEMINI COMMUNICATION LTD. Engineer-Service Delivery 1.416 LPA
    6 MD.AFROZ 12MQ1A0225 VOLTECH GT 1.44 LPA
    7 PAMARTHI SRIKANTH 12MQ1A0230 VOLTECH GT 1.44 LPA
    8 PAMARTHI SRIKANTH 12MQ1A0231 GEMINI COMMUNICATION LTD. Engineer-Service Delivery 1.416 LPA
    9 RAYAPUREDDY MOHAN KISHORE 12MQ1A0232 GEMINI COMMUNICATION LTD. Engineer-Service Delivery 1.416 LPA
    10 UPADHYAYULA SAI AVINASH 12MQ1A0235 VOLTECH GT 1.44 LPA
    11 K.V.N.L. Santhoshi 13MQ5A0203 RELGO Engineer trainee 1.68 LPA
    12 KAITEPALLI AKHIL BABU 13MQ5A0210 VOLTECH GT 1.44 LPA
    13 POLAKI RAMAKRISHNA 13MQ5A0216 GEMINI COMMUNICATION LTD. Engineer-Service Delivery 1.416 LPA
    14 PULI NAGA MALLESWARA RAO 13MQ5A0217 VOLTECH GT 1.44 LPA
    15 RAJULAPATI ROHITH KUMAR 13MQ5A0218 GEMINI COMMUNICATION LTD. Engineer-Service Delivery 1.416 LPA
    DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

    ACADEMIC CALENDARS

    2019-20 Department Calendar

    DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
    DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

    EEE -TEACHING METHODOLOGIES (AY-21-22)

    DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

    2021-2022


    I SEM

    II SEM

    2020-2021


    I SEM

    II SEM