ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

About Department

The department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was inaugurated in the year 2008,with in-take of 60 seats and in the year 2010 the no of seats extended to 120. Electrical and Electronics Engineering is a continuously evolving subject. As technology has advanced, so have the challenges facing the modern engineer. A silicon chip containing over 100 million transistors in an area no larger than a postage stamp is yesterday’s news.

EEE is a subject that naturally partners with other disciplines to open whole new engineering avenues. Examples include Mechatronics – with Mechanical Engineering, Bio-medical Sciences-with Medicine and Avionics-with Aeronautics. The EEE Department at Rajamahendri Institute of Technology & Engineering prepares students in this field using new-age information and computer-intensive technologies.

On employability, graduates of the college consistently appear as the first choice of employers. Studying EEE will lead to potential careers in the areas of Research & Development (R&D), design, systems analysis, installation and commissioning, process engineering, control and maintenance, manufacturing, quality assurance and testing, information technology, programming, consultancy, management and software engineering.

Many distinguished alumni of our graduate students occupy leadership positions in industry, academia, business, finance, and government.


Mission

  • To impart high quality technical education and training in Electrical and Electronics Engineering with an overall back-ground suitable for making a successful career in industry/research or higher education in India and abroad.
  • Provide good academic environment for pursuing high quality undergraduate, Post graduate and doctoral programs in Electrical and Electronics Engineering that will prepare our graduates for successful career.
  • Ensure that our students are well trained in interpersonal skills, team work, professional ethics, practical training and participate in professional society activities.

Vision

To work with commitment for the improvement of quality teaching, to conduct the creative research by addressing the needs of the industry and society and to develop the professional practice among the learners to encourage lifelong learning, teamwork and leadership.


OBJECTIVES

  • To impart excellent knowledge and skills in emerging technology to the students.
  • To guide students in personality development, sports and communication skills.
  • To promote research activities in the fields of Power systems & Power Electronics Engineering.
  • To upgrade the labs with the current technology.
  • To conduct/encourage participation in national level paper contests for the students.
  • To prepare students for campus placements in core areas of Electrical and Electronics Engineering as well as in the prevailing IT domain.


GOALS

  • The goals of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering are to:
    (a) Prepare the students for entry into the profession;
    (b) Instill in students the capabilities required by the discipline, the recognition of the need to enhance the discipline, and the desire for life-ling learning; and
    (c) Equip students with a general knowledge of technical and non-technical discipline so that they are prepared for further study in other fields including professional and graduate education.
  • To use modern techniques in teaching and learning process.
Short Term Goals :
  • To produce 100% result in the University examination.
  • To increase the number of Faculty and students.
  • To conduct faculty development programmes regularly for continuous up gradation.
  • To encourage the students to participate in social responsibility programmes .
Long Term Goals :
  • To produce Maximum placement in core companies.
  • To make all the faculties to register for Ph.D.
  • To make all the faculties to publish papers in good indexed.

PUBLICATIONS

  • D.B.Chowdary, HOD EEE department, has published a paper on “High efficiency voltage regulator for rural networks with hysteresis controller for controlling circuit” in “International institute of Engineering and technology research centre”.
  • D.B.Chowdary, HOD EEE department, has published a paper on “Harmonic voltage resonance suppression in distribution system using fuzzy controller” in “International institute of Engineering and technology research centre”.
  • D.B.Chowdary, HOD EEE department, has published a paper on “Design of a novel three-phase to six-phase transformation using a special transformer connection” in “International institute of Engineering and technology research centre”.
  • D.B.Chowdary, HOD EEE department, has published a paper on “A new multilevel inverter topology based on switched capacitor for power quality improvement” in “International journal of science Engineering and advance technology”.
  • D.B.Chowdary, HOD EEE department, has published a paper on “FRT enhancement of grid integrated PV system with Fuzzy based controller” in “IJEECM journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering”.
  • D.B.Chowdary, HOD EEE department, has published a paper on “Grid connected photovoltaic system with SVPWM inverter base on voltage-oriented control at the distribution system” in “International research journal of Engineering and technology”.
  • D.B.Chowdary, HOD EEE department, has published a paper on “Three phase modular multilevel PV inverter with distributed MPPT for grid connected applications” in “International journal of science Engineering and advance technology”.
  • P.Durga Srinivas, Assistant Professor, EEE Department, has participated in national “conference on Green Energy Solutions” on 8th day of November 2014 held at “Swarnandhra College of Engineering & Technology”.
  • P.Durga Srinivas, Assistant Professor, EEE Department has participated in Two Day work-shop on “Advances in Power Components & Systems” on December 10,2009 held at Vignan University.
  • K.Pavan Kumar, Assistant Professor, EEE Department, has published a paper on “Grid Connected Photovoltaic System with SVPWM Inverter Base on Voltage-Oriented Control at the Distribution System”.
  • P.Veneswara Rao, Assistant Professor, EEE Department has participated in “faculty improvement program on Solar Energy For Science & Engineering Institutions” on 25th of May 2008 held at “Godavari Institute Of Engineering & Technology”.
  • P.Veneswarao Rao, Assistant Professor, EEE Department has participated in a Two Week ISTE workshop on “Solar Photovoltaics Fundamentals, Technologies and Applications” From 12th Dec-27th Dec organized by KIET group of Institutions.
  • P.Veneswara Rao, Assistant Professor, EEE Department has participated in a Two-Week ISTE workshop on “Solar Photovoltaics Fundamentals, Technologies and Applications” conducted by “Indian Institute of Technology Bombay”.
  • P.Veneswara Rao, Assistant Professsor, EEE Department has participated in“Mission 10X workshop” from 29th May-3rd June 2012 held at “Kakinada Institute of Engineering and Technology”.
  • P.Veneswara Rao, Assistant Professor, EEE Department has successfully completed a workshop on “High Impact Teaching Skills” from 29th May-30th May Attested by “Dale Carnegie & Associates, Inc Trainer and Wipro”.
  • P.Veneswara Rao, Assistant Professor, EEE Department has participated in “National Conference on current trends in Engineering & Technology” on 11th October 2014 held at “Srinivasa Institute of Engineering & Technology”.
  • P.Veneswara Rao, Assistant Professor, EEE Department has participated in Two-week ISTE workshop on “Signals & Systems” From 2nd jan-12th jan 2014 conducted by “Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur”.
  • P.Veneswara Rao, Assistant professot, EEE Department has participated in Two-week ISTE workshop on “Control Systems” From 2nd dec-12th Dec 2014 Conducted by “Indian Institute of Technology Kharagpur”.
  • P.Veneswara Rao, Assistant Professor, EEE Department has completed the training course on “Internal Auditing of Quality Management System” from 27th jan-28th jan 2015 at “BMQR Certifications Pvt Ltd”.
  • P.Veneswara Rao, Assistant Professor, EEE Department has successfully organized the Skill set Training program covering “Programmable Logic Controller, Scada, Drive” From 7th sep-9th sep 2016 held a “Srinivasa Institute of Engineering & Technology”.
  • P.Veneswara Rao, Assistant Professor, EEE Department has published a paper on Simulation of Photo Voltaic Cell Based DSTATCOM for Power Quality Improvement” in “International Journal of Research”.
  • P.Kondala Rao, Assistant Professor, EEE Department, has published a paper on “Custom power improvement in distribution system by open UPQC” in “International journal of science & research”.
  • P.Kondala Rao, Assistant Professor, EEE Department, has published a paper on “Power quality and custom power improvement by open UPQC” in “International journal of science & research”.