Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

MISSION & VISION

THE VISION

To create academically strong and ethically sound engineers who shall have potentials to cater to the emerging needs of industries and technical advancements.”

THE MISSION

  • Provide excellent quality education to the students through effective teaching-learning, Co-curricular and Extracurricular activities.
  • Enhance strong relationship with industries to help learners to remain in touch with latest technologies.
  • Become a center of excellence with technical facilities for academics and research.

PEOs

PROGRAM   EDUCATIONAL  OBJECTIVE(PEOs)

PEO1: Graduates will be employable and achieve success in their chosen areas of Electrical and Electronics and allied engineering.
PEO 2: Graduates learn and adapt themselves to the constantly evolving technology by pursuing  higher studies or research.
PEO3: Graduates shall be good leaders and managers and effectively communicate at both technical and interpersonal levels.
PEO4: Graduates will use their understanding of professional, ethical and social responsibilities, the nature and background of diverse cultures, and the importance of life-long learning in the conduct of their professional careers.

POs

PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)

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, review 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, and 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.

PSO


PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOME (PSO)

PSO1: Students interpret data and understand testing, commissioning and maintenance of major electrical equipments related to power system and electrical machines.
PSO2: Students analyse the performance of electrical and electronic circuits and system, can evaluate the behavior and apply different control techniques for optimization.
PSO3: Capable of successfully qualifying in national level competitive examinations for higher studies and employment.

STRENGTHS

  • Well-equipped laboratories
  • Well stocked Departmental Library.
  • Highly Qualified and Experienced Faculty.
  • Motivated students with confidence of being a qualified engineer and a good citizen.
  • Many subjects are offered to students covering latest technology. 
  • Expert Guest Lectures, Visits and Training are arranged.
  • Extra emphasis is given to Computer based Techniques.

LABORATORIES

The department has fully equipped Labs like Rotating Electrical Machines, Basic Electrical Machines, Elements of Electrical Engineering,Power system Protection and Switchgear Measurement, Power Electronics, Electrical circuit, Utilization of Electrical Energy, High Voltage Engineering, Power System Simulation, Matlab labs.

Students Association of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (SAEEE)

The Department has provided a platform to students named SAEEE (Students Association of Electrical and Electronics Engineering) to enhance their personality through technical, cultural, social and sports activities. Emphasis is given to develop organizational and Ethical qualities   and discover the latent qualities. SAEEE has organized various activities.

 

ACTIVITIES

  • "Samanvay'14" a welcome party to juniors in the department on 30th Sept 2014.
  • “Campus Crackers" an assessment test for campus placements conducted from 6th to 8th Nov 2014.
  • "Lov-All-season 5" A Badminton Competition [Boys / Girls] was organized from 22nd Sept to 24th Sept. 2014
  • "Valediction"- Farewell Party to seniors on 19th April 2015.

Departmental Student Projects:

PC based automation of Utility Crane
A computer based automatic crane was developed which can be controlled through a PC.
Accurate, safe and remote control of a crane can be attained through this scheme.
Automatic maximum power capturing system
This system senses the solar power and changes its direction towards sun to capture the
maximum power. An automatic tracking system can be used in efficient utilization of power.
Automatic conveyor belt system
A system was designed in which the operation of conveyor belt was controlled by load to be carried. This approach saves the electrical energy.

2016

S.No.
Date Activity Participants
1 9 February,2016 Educational/Industrial visit to 400/220/33KVA KHEDAMARA Substation

2015

S. No. Date Activity Participants
1. 20th-22nd August 2015 LOV ALL-6
2.  19th April 2015  "Valediction"- Farewell Party  

2014

S.No.
Date Activity Participants
1. 6th to 8th Nov 2014 “Campus Crackers" an assessment test for campus placements  
2. 30th Sept 2014 "Samanvay'14" a welcome party  
3. 22nd Sept to 24th Sept. 2014 "Lov-All-season 5" A Badminton Competition [Boys / Girls]  

 2013

S.No.
Date Activity Participants
1. 22nd and– 24th February, 2013 Workshop on Energy Audit more >>>>
2. 23rd Feb, 2013

Jeevan Aadhar(blood donation Camp)

more >>>>
3. 24th Mar 2013

“Valediction”- Farewell Party to seniors

 
4. 29th Apr- 11 May

Faculty Development program on

"Advancement in Power System & Power Electronics"

more >>>>
5 10th August 2013

SAMANVAY-13

more  >>>>
6. 21st  September 2013

LOV ALL-4

more >>>>

2012

S.No.
Date Activity Participants
1. 1st Oct 2012 Industrial visit to “PGCIL, Kumhari  
2. 16 Sep 2012 Samnvay-a fresher’s eve for 3rd & 7th semester students     more >>>
3. 28th Sept.2012 - 1st Oct. 2012 CAMPUS CRACKERS more >>>
4 12th Sept. 2012 Industrial visit to “NSPCL, Bhilai”  

 2011

S. No. Date Activity Participants
1. 10 September Samnvay-a fresher’s eve for 3rd semester students 200
2. 05 September Teacher’s Day  Celebration 250
3. 15 August Visit to Sneh-Sampada (a school handicap children) 48
4 09 March Valediction- farewell party to Seniors 110

 2010

S. No. Date Activity Participants
1. 20 March PRASTUTI-10  National Level  Project Competition 88
2. 15 August Visit to Sneh-Sampada (a school handicap children). 25
3. 05 September Teacher’s Day Celebration 200
4. 10 Spetember Samnvay-a fresher’s eve for 3rd semester students. 110
5. 08 October LOV-ALL (Badminton Competition) 42

 2009

S.No Date Activity Participants
1. 21 August Visit to old age home on occasion of “Senior citizen day” 25
2. 24 August Utkarsh-a fresher’s eve for 3rd semester students. 110
3 05 September Teacher’s Day Celebration 200
4. 11 October Aptitude Test 96
5. 15 October Table Tennis Competition 32

 2008

S.No Date Activity Participants
1. 15 September PRASTUTI – 08  National Level  Paper Presentation competition 282
2. 21 August Visit to old age home on occasion of “Senior citizen day” 25
3. 30 August Extempore Competition 36
4. 05 September Teacher’s Day Celebration 200
5. 18 August Anubhuti- a fresher’s eve for 3rd semester students 110
6. 08 March Table Tennis Competition 26
Date Duration Topic of the Guest Lecture Name of the Speaker Number of the Students attended Branch
2016          
23/01/2016 2 hrs Managing life in a very positive way Dr. T.Unnikrishnan 53 EEE
2013          
27th Sep 2013 2hrs Stress Management Md. Sayed Gafoor 120 EEE
2012          
4th Oct.2012 2 hrs Supply Arrangement and its constraints Organized by CREDA 120 EEE
2011          
11/02/2011 3 hrs Mediation Mr. Subhash Patri 130 EEE
           
2010          
6/01/2010 02 hrs Introduction to Navy Lt. Cmd Mr. D.S Hinge 100 EEE

Industrial Visits

Date Name of the organization Number of the Students attended
1st Nov2015 NSPCL Industrial Visit for 7th Sem 55
14th Nov 2014 NSPCL Industrial Visit for 7th sem 45
21st  Nov2014 Khedamara Substation Visit for 5th sem 53
22nd Feb.2014 “I.B. GROUP (OIL SEED PROCESSING PLANT)” 48
9th Oct. 2013 CSEB KHEDMARA SUBSTATION, NANDANI ROAD BHILAI 60
18th Oct 2013 CREDA, SOLAR ENERGY PARK, AIRPORT
ROAD, RAIPUR
58
7th Oct.2013 NTPC-SAIL POWER COMPANY PRIVATE LIMITED (NSPCL), BHILAI-3 51
22 FEB, 2012 VARDHAMAN TECHNOLOGY, KARALA NALAH DAM, KAWARDHA ROAD 62
28TH FEB, 2012 CREDA, SOLAR ENERGY PARK, AIRPORT
ROAD, RAIPUR
54
29TH FEB, 2012 CREDA, SOLAR ENERGY PARK, AIRPORT ROAD, RAIPUR 54
10TH AUG, 2011 POWERGRID COOPERATION OF INDIA LIMITED RAIPUR ROAD, KUMHARI 46
28/07/2010 Power Grid Cooperation of India Limited, Raipur Road Kumhari. 50
18/08/2010 400kV Substation at Khedamara Bhilai 55
  Name: Dr. N.T. Khobragade
Designation: Prof. Emeritus& Dean Academics
Areas of interest: Power System Dynamics, Network and System Theory
Email : deanacademic [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788-320884 (Off.), Ext. (126)
Name: Dr. Vivek Kumar Chandra   
Designation: Professor  & Head
Areas of interest: Opto Electronics Devices, Organic Light Emitting Diodes, Solar Cells, Analog and Digital Communications, Optical Fiber Communication
Email : vivekchandra [at] csitdurg.in, hodeee [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788-320884 (Off.), Ext. (160)
Name:  Er.Ashraf Jafri
Designation: Associate Professor
Areas of interest: Electrical Machines, Utilization of Electrical Energy, Energy Auditing and Management, Power System Engineering
Email : ashrafjafri [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788-320884 (Off.), Ext (177)
Name Er. Padmini Sharma
Designation: Associate Professor
Areas of interest: Basic Electrical Machine, Electrical Cricuit, Network Analysis and Synthesis
Email : padminisharma [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788-320884(Off.), Ext. (177)
  Name: Er. Manjusha Silas
Designation: Associate Professor
Areas of interest: Power System, Control System, Electrical Measurement
Email : manjushasilas [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788-320884 (Off.), Ext. (177)
Name: Er. Nageshwar Prasad Chandra
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: Image Processing, Artificial Intelligence, Neural Network and Fuzzy logic, Microcontroller and Embedded Systems.
Email : nageshwarchandra [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788-320884(Off.), Ext. (129)
Name: Er. Somesh Kr. Yadav
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest:  Image Processing, Neural Network and Fuzzy logic, Microcontroller and Embedded Systems
Email : someshyadav [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788-320884 (Off.), Ext. (129)
Name: Er. Rajnish Prasad Pandey
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest:  Basic Electrical Machine, Electrical Power System and Electrical Power Generation.
Email : rajnishpandey [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788-320884 (Off.), Ext. (156)
Name: Er. Kushal Tiwari
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: Basic Electrical Engineering, Automatic Control System, Electrical Circuit, Network analysis and Synthesis.
Email : kushaltiwari [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788-320884 (Off.), Ext. (156)
Name: Er. Vivek Bargate
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: Matlab, Control System Design, Power System, Signal and System.
Email : vivekbargate [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788-320884 (Off.), Ext. (156)
Name: Er. Richa Tiwari
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: Power System, Measurement,Power Generation, FACTS
Email : richaagrawal [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788-320884 (Off.), Ext. (221)
Name: Er. Homendra Kr. Sahu
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: Electrical Mechanics, Control Systems, Power Electronics
Email : homendrasahu [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788-320884 (Off.), Ext. (157)
  Name: Er. Rahila Parveen
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: Power Electronics, Electrical Machines
Email : rahilaparveen [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788-320884 (Off.), Ext. (221)
  Name: Er. Chaman Yadav
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: Power System, Electric circuit, Power Generation
Email : chamanyadav [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788-320884 (Off.), Ext. (221)
  Name: Er. Anand V. Bakshi
Designation: Lecturer
Areas of interest: Electrical Power Generation, Energy Audit
Email : anandvbakshi [at] csitdurg.in
Contact No.: 0788-320884 (Off.), Ext. (221)
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