Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering



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


  • 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.



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.



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.



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.


  • 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.


Elements of Electrical Engineering Lab

The course provides laboratory practice and experimental studies on topics covered in basic electrical engineering. The course will give laboratory practice and experimental studies on topics mainly covered in (Basic Electrical Engineering). Topics include basic circuit theory, dc and ac measurements, RLC circuits, nonlinear components, and Studied about the various equipment Variac, Wattmeter, Voltmeter, Ammeter, Multi meter, Rheostat, Choke & demo of dc & AC machine

Basic Electrical Machine I Lab
The Electrical Machines Laboratory supports teaching, research and consultancy work on Electrical machines and drives. Through hands-on experiments with real machines, students gain practical experience on transformers and various types of machine drives. The laboratory can also be used for project work related to electrical machines and energy conversion.
The four main purpose of an electrical machines laboratory are

  • To provide the student with practical knowledge of handling the electrical machines.
  • To correlate the theoretical classroom treatment with actual machine characteristics.
  • To demonstrate the most suitable testing techniques.
  • To educate engineer researchers and to conduct research in all aspects of electrical and electromechanical energy conversion. 

 The laboratory has

  1. D.C. Motors and Generators
  2. 3 Phase Induction Motors, (Squirrel cage and slipring type)
  3. 3 Phase Synchronous machines
  4. Single phase & 3 Phase Transformers
  5. 1 Phase Induction Motors (Various types)
  6. Cut sections of actual machines like
  • D.C. motors
  • Generators
  • A.C. motors

Electric Circuit Lab
In the Electrical Circuit Lab students can create their own electrical circuits and do measurements on it. In the circuits the students can use resistors, light bulbs, switches, capacitors and coils. The circuits can be powered by a AC/DC power supply or batteries. There is an ammeter, voltmeter, wattmeter and an ohmmeter. There is also a version of the Electrical Circuit Lab in which data can be collected. Students can analyze the collected data by creating graphs of the data and use the graphs in the conclusion tool.

Electrical Measurement & Measuring Instruments Lab
The lab is involved in all the areas of study, related to measurement and calibration. It is equipped with all measuring instruments, phase shifting transformers, bridge circuits and induction coil. Here, in this lab, students learn to calibrate the meters, verify theorems, and understand hysteresis characteristics & other important concepts related to metering.

Rotating Electrical Machine Lab
Generators, associated with well-designed panels and informative displays. The Machines laboratory is supported with large capacity three phase A.C. to D.C. rectifier unit to supply D.C. power. The machines laboratory is well equipped with all kinds of measuring instruments also. The laboratory is utilized for conducting various practical courses like DC Machines Lab, AC Machines Lab, Transformers Lab and Controls Lab. The experiments like Load test, Swinburne’s test and speed control are done on DC Motors. DC generator setup is used to conduct Open circuit and Load characteristics, Hopkinson’s test and transfer function. Open Circuit & Short Circuit Test Sumpner’s Test, Polarity test and Load test were conducted on single phase and three phase transformers. Single phase & three phase Induction Motors were used to conduct Load test, Speed Control, No load & Blocked Rotor test. The experiments like Voltage regulation, Slip test, Load test and V-Curve & Inverted V-Curve Characteristics can be conducted on Synchronous machines.

Power System Simulation Lab
Power and Energy Systems research activities are centered around power system stability and condition assessment of critical power system infrastructure. PSS-L system configuration is CPU cabinet is I ball , processor Pentium dual core , RAM 4GB , HDD 250GB. Power Systems are generally large, non-linear, interconnected and complex. There is a significant need for an improvement in the planning and operation of such power systems to avoid catastrophic blackouts. The research is specifically directed at the analysis and prediction of the dynamic behavior of power systems for reliable and secure operations. Among several analytical studies in power system research, voltage and transient stability analysis, fault analysis tools and power systems control methodologies are the most important focus. Power system analytical studies focusing on stability, reliability, renewable energy integration issues, transmission planning and condition monitoring can be done at PSS-L.

Power Electronics & Devices Lab
Power Electronics Lab is a universal learning platform which is very useful for Students to understand the concept of power electronics. Students can perform experiments like VI characteristics of the power electronic devices, single phase controlled rectifiers, DCDC choppers etc. This Lab is provided with a bread board for testing their own circuits. Power Electronics Lab is provided with built-in AC & DC power supplies and exhaustive learning material.
Scope of Learning

  • V-I characteristics of power devices
  • Study of firing Schemes
  • Controlled rectifiers
  • DC-DC chopper
  • Inverter Own circuit Development

Switchgear & Protection Lab
Switch gear & protection lab provide the knowledge of different kind of protection we needed in power system Micro Processor based Over Current Relay, MCB, MCCB & Relay Testing Kit, Panel for Differential Protection of Transformer, Panel for Distance Protection of Transmission Line, Panel for Differentia (Merze Price) Protection of Alternator .

Electric Drives Lab
Single phase half and full controlled D.C. motor trainer,  Speed control of Single phase Induction motor using voltage regulator, Stepper motor control trainer, Speed control of Universal motor, Microcontroller based D.C. Drive with ½ HP D.C. Shunt motor, Three phase Induction motor speed control using variable frequency drive,  One quadrant and Two quadrant chopper control D.C. motor

High Voltage Engineering

High Voltage Laboratory is one of the main laboratories of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department of maximum rating 150kV. Major Activities are Research & Development and Classes for Undergraduates. It has facilities for power frequency high voltage generation up to 150 kV; Impulse Voltage Generation 150 kV, Transformer Oil Test Kit 40 kV; High Voltage AC Test Source 30 kVA, 0.4/150 kV, 50 Hz 50kV AC and 50kV DC Voltage Test Assembly, Spear gap Assembly for measurement of 50kV AC and 50kV DC Voltage, and study of Corona effect.

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.



  •  “CPL-7” - Cricket Competition was organized from 19th to 23rd Jan 2018.
  • RIWAAZ - a traditional fashion show competition was organized on 9th March 2018.


  • “ PRAYAS “ – a visit to deaf and dumb school on 26th  Jan 2017
  • “ RIWAAZ ” - a traditional fashion show competition was organized from 10th Feb -11th Feb 2017.
  • "Samanvay'17" a welcome party to juniors in the department on 5th August 2017.
  • "Lov-All-season 8" A Badminton Competition [Boys / Girls] was organized from 7st Sept to 9th Sept. 2017.


  • "Managing life in a positive way"- a guest lecture by Dr. T. Unnikrishnan from indira kala sangeet university khairagarh on 21st Jan. 2016.
  • “SLAM DUNK” - Basketball  Competition  was organized from 29th Jan-30th Jan 2016.
  • "Valediction"- Farewell Party to seniors on 7th April 2016.
  • "Samanvay'16"- An Eve for Fresher’s, Welcome party to juniors in the department on 6th    August 2016.
  • "Lov-All-season 7" A Badminton Competition [Boys / Girls] was organized from 1st Aug to 3rd Aug. 2016.

Departmental Student Projects:
The thought of outlining a new framework for the street lights that don't devour immense
measure of power and light up vast zone with high intensity. Smart Street lights framework is an essential piece of the smart city which represents 10-40% of aggregate power utilizations which is a discriminating attentiveness toward general society powers. So a vital and productive vitality advancements are to be executed for monetary and social security.

This transmission line fault detection is a newly developing concept in the power system fault detection. This is a part of small grid. The system is designed to detect the transmission line fault for the user to easily recognize the current condition of the distribution line.
This is the project in power grid substation and problem based project is that several producers line is being distributed in the distribution section and they have their own separate loads connected to
Theft Protection System For Two Wheeler
In this system owner get alert immediately when system is activated through SMS and also get instant alert when vehicle is being stolen. This makes the system very fast and reliable. We use mobile as a medium of communication between user and the system based on the technology The system design is based on Microcontroller which can be easily and efficiently interface between input and output devices of the system.
Arduino Based Voice Control DC Motor
A module was developed based on ardino to control dc motor using gsm technique.
Speed incremented in steps through voice command.


PLC based chemical mixing Tank
programable logic circuit (PLC) provide fast and reliable operation in control system. Here, we use this technology for mixing a different component in chemical tank in proper ratio.

Bluetooth Controlled Home Automation System Using 8051
the object of this project is to apply bluetooth technology for controlling the home appliances using 8051 miroc controller.

Automatic door opening system
Automation based technology is the requiement of current senerio in step of this we are designing a model of automatic door opening system using programable logic circuit(PLC).

IOT based control of dc motor
DC machione is a variable speed motor, different technique is used for controlling speed of motor. Here IOT technique is used for controlling of DC machine.

Digital Code Lock Using 8051
Security is major object for designing of this project in hecking enviornment. 8051 mirco controller is used for providing digital code lock in system.

Here is the method introduces which consume less space and one can park so many cars in within the space, is joined wheel car parking system. The total operation is based on lift control operation, in a giant wheel car parking there are so many hanger with cabin which panelize. So many cars for parking and it can be operated step by step sensing vacant cabin field cabin method.
Vehicle movement based street light controller
This control over signals helps speed emergency vehicles along will reducing the chances of collisions with other traffic in intersection. In urban road networks, the traffic light at intersection regulates and guide transportation for the purpose of improving the safety and efficiency of vehicles.
The transformer oil is provided in the transformer for the cooling and batter insulation purpose. The heat then transferred to the transformer oil.  The heat sinks are provided for the transformer walls cooling. The heat is transferred to the heat sinks and there, there are fans provided out side transformer to cool the transformer walls.
Pass ward based door lock using microcontroller

Traditional lock system using mechanical lock and key mechanism are being replaced by new advanced techniques of locking system

 Micro controller based sound detector system
This is a project on CLAP SWITCH which can switch on off any electrical circuit by the sound of a clap. The operation of the circuit is  simple if we clap the lamp turns on an to switch if of  clap again

Project presented our research in embedding a control system into an automatic water pump controller through the use of different technologies in its design, development, and implementation. The system used microcontroller to automate the process of water pumping in an over-head tank storage system and has the ability to detect the level of water in a tank, switch on/off the pump accordingly and display the status on an LCD screen.
A Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) is a specialized computer used for the control and operation of manufacturing process and machinery.  PLC has evolved as an important controller in industries these days because of its simplicity and robustness.
The basic idea behind these programmable controllers was to provide means to eliminate high cost associated with inflexible, conventional relay controlled systems.

The most serious challenge of development conventional energy resources .in light of this challenge has an ambition target of the share of renewable energies in the national energy mix. Solar energy is one the renewable resource that has high potentials in all the country. One of the proven solar technology is the parabolic trough which can be utilization from electricity generation and solar cooling as well as for water distillations.

Automatic Railway Gate Controller with High Speed Alerting System
 The objective of this project is to manage the control system of railway gate using the microcontroller.  The system reduces the time for which the gate remains closed. This type of gates can be employed in an unmanned level crossing where the chances of accidents are higher and reliable operation is required .Since, the operation is automatic, error due to manual operation is prevented. The system works on a microcontroller based control.
Study and Simulation of  Dynamic Voltage Restorer
Power quality problem is an occurrence manifested as a nonstandard voltage, cureent or frequency that result in a failure of end use equipments. one of the major problems dealt here is the power sag.  To solve this problem, custom power devices are used . on of those devices is the Dynamic Voltage Restorer(DVR), which is the most efficient and effective modern custom power device used in power distribution network


Date Activity Participants Resourse Person Relevent PO, PSO
1 9 February,2016 Educational/Industrial visit to 400/220/33KVA KHEDAMARA Substation 48 Mr. Pradeep Rathore, Asst. Manager CSPTCL raipur PO1,6,7, PSO2
2 18/10/2016 Industrial Visit in Khedamara Sub Station  bhilai 54 Mr. Pradeep Rathore, Asst. Manager CSPTCL raipur PO1,2,6,7,PSO2
3 19/10/2016 Visit at solar plant & substation at CSIT CAMPUS for 3rd sem 58 Mr. Rajnish Prasad Pandey & Mr. A. V. bakshi Asst Prof. CSIT durg PO1,2,3,7,9,PSO2
4 20/10/2016 Mr. Rajnish Prasad Pandey & Mr. A. V. bakshi Asst Prof. CSIT durg 61 Mr. Rajnish Prasad Pandey & Mr. A. V. bakshi Asst Prof. CSIT durg PO1,2,3,6,9,PSO2
5 21/10/2016 Visit at solar plant & substation at CSIT CAMPUS for 7th sem. 60 Mr. Rajnish Prasad Pandey & Mr. A. V. bakshi Asst Prof. CSIT durg PO1,6,7, PSO2


S. No. Date Activity Participants Resourse Person Relevent PO, PSO
1 09/01/2015 Industrial Visit in NSPCL bhilai 50 Mr. P. k. BAISWAS, Sr. Manager(HR) from NSPCL bhiali PO1,2,3,6,9,PSO2


Date Activity Participants Resourse Person Relevent PO, PSO
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]  
4 21/2/2014 Industrial Visit in Khedamar Sub Station  bhilai 54 Mrs. Sudha Nair, Asst. Eng. Khedamara substation bhilai PO1,2,6,7,PSO2
5 22/02/2014 Industrial Visit in  I.B. Solvent Extraction Plant 1200 TPD, Rajnandgaon 50 Mr. Rizwan ,Manager (HR) Rajnandgaon PO1,2,3,7,9,PSO2
6 26/08/2014 Visit at bhilai Steel Plant Expansion Project where SIMENCE LTD,Mumbai, has displayed it Automation Product 55 Mr. Rajat Agrawal, Associate Prof. CSIT durg PO1,2,6,7,PSO2
7 14/11/2014 Industrial Visit in NSPCL bhilai 59 Mr. P. k. BAISWAS, Sr. Manager(HR) from NSPCL bhiali PO1,2,3,7,9,PSO2

Date Duration Topic of the Guest Lecture Name of the Speaker Number of the Students attended Branch
16/03/2018 Computer Syndrome

Dr. Meenakshi Masih  Anterior Segment Surgeon and Glaucoma Specialist at Shri Aurobindo Medical Research Centre, Raipur

All Branch
23/01/2016 2 hrs Managing life in a very positive way Dr. T.Unnikrishnan 53 EEE
04/08/2016 Plastics Processing &Technology Ms N Mallick&Ms S Barik from CIPET- Raipur 65
20/10/2016 Guest lecture on prepration for UPSC, IES, GATE & VYAPAM examination Mrs. Smita panigrahi, Asst. Engg. Udisha water commison from durg 145
21/10/2016 Guest lecture on prepration for UPSC, PSC & VYAPAM examination Mr. Ravindra Nath Panigrahi from durg 155
25/7/2015 Guest lecture on energy scenario in india Mr. Laxmi Lal Chouhan, PCRA Raipur 45
23/02/2015 SIEMENS Industry Orientation Program for Engg Colleges Ms Sayali Wagh of SIEMENS India &Mr G Prabhakar of Artech Solutions 70



Workshop Duration/ Date Participants of EEE Branch Resourse Person
skill development program 23,24,25/04/15 90 Mr. Ankit Perganiya by impherial education bhilai


Workshop Duration/ Date Participants of EEE Branch Resourse Person
Workshop on Automation  by B & R Automation PUNE 14/7/2014 160 Mrs. Pragay yadav from B&R Automation pune
Entrepreneurship  Awareness Camp by CITCON Raipur 14 & 15/08/2014 10 Mr. Rajesh Mishra, from CITCON, Raipur

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], hodeee [at]
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]
Contact No.: 0788-320884 (Off.), Ext (177)
Name : Dr. Deepak Singh
Designation :  Professor
Area of Interest : Video Processing, Image/Video Compression, Computer Vision
E- Mail :  deepaksingh [at]

Contact No.: 0788-2625302 (Off.) Ext. (192)

Name Er. Padmini Sharma
Designation: Associate Professor
Areas of interest: Basic Electrical Machine, Electrical Cricuit,
Network Analysis and Synthesis
Email : padminisharma [at]
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]
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]
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]
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]
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]
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]
Contact No.: 0788-320884 (Off.), Ext. (157)
  Name: Er. Rahila Parveen
Designation: Assistant Professor
Areas of interest: Power Electronics, Electrical Machines
Email : rahilaparveen [at]
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]
Contact No.: 0788-320884 (Off.), Ext. (221)
Name : Er. Shashikant Agrawal
Designation  : Sr. Assistant Professor
Areas of interest  : Biomedical Image Processing, Embedded Systems
E-mail : shashikantagrawal [at]

Contact No. : 0788-2625302 (off) ,

Name  : Er. Abhishek Misal
Designation : Sr. Assistant Professor
Areas of interest : Microprocessor & Interfacing, Embedded
E-mail : abhishekmisal [at]

Contact No. : 0788-2625302 (off) ,

Name : Mr.Prabhash Kumar Gupta.
Designation: Sr. Assistant Professor  
Areas of interest: Programmable Logic Control, Sensor Technology
Email : prabhashgupta [at]
Contact No. : 0788-2229902, 2229903(Off.), Ext.(170)
Name : Mr. Nirmal Kumar Pandey  
Designation: Assistant Professor
Area of Int. – PLC, Instrumentation
Email – nirmalpandey [at]
Contact No.: 0788-2229902, 2229903(Off.), Ext.(209)
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