Department of Electrical Engineering


An increasingly complex world requires an increasingly expansive education. We at the Department of Electrical Engineering, attain this through sustained and enhanced technical curriculum and rich learning environment. Learning can never cease – especially for engineers, because the world around us is changing at a rapid pace. Engineering and technological development becomes more and more globalized. To address these challenging issues, and produce competent professionals, the department of Electrical Engineering aims to build SMART (Specific Measurable Attainable Realistic Time bound) engineers through various modes of learning for overall holistic development of students: The learning is provided in the form of following innovative teaching practices. Some examples under each category are listed below.

1.      Flip class

  Subject - High Voltage DC transmission.

  Faculty - Dr.Bindu S.

  Method Used-Students are asked to refer technical paper on HVDC light. An objective test is     conducted based on the topic given to measure their knowledge.

2.      Application oriented problems

    Subject -Drives and Control

    Faculty -Dr.Bindu S.

    Method Used-Application oriented problems on AC and DC drives.

 3.      Simulations

   Subject -Power System operation and Control

   Faculty- Mrs.Divya M.

   Method used- Simulation on Enhancing power system learning using MATLAB.





Innovative Method


Expected Outcome


Load Flow / Transient Stability Studies

Hands on: Power System software

  1. Download and install ETAP-trial version / Powerworld-free version software
  2. Construct 3 bus power system model
  3. Do Load Flow / Transient Stability study

Students will be able to familiarize power system software and develop mathematical model using software and analyze various characters of the system.


Power System Stability

Demonstration: Animations using MATLAB

  1. Using MATLAB m-file following programs are developed and demonstrated during lectures:
  2. Variation of rotor acceleration and hence that of rotor velocity and displacement prior, during and post disturbances
  3. Animation of the above with respect to linear motion
  4. Animation of the above with respect to rotational motion

Students will be able to visualize dynamics of synchronous machine prior-during-post disturbances


Load Frequency Control

Simulations: MATLAB

  1. Isolated Area System:
  2. Modelling of Primary LFC – Comparison of exact 3rd order and approximated 1st order systems
  3. Effect of variation of governor control parameter- R
  4. Modelling of ALFC
  5. Comparison of primary LFC and ALFC for a power system
  6. Effect of compensator gain- KI
  7. Two Area System:
  8. Modelling of primary LFC
  9. Effect of ΔPL1, & ΔPL2 on frequency and tie-line power flow of both systems
  10. Modelling of Tie-line bias control
  11. Effect of ΔPL1, & ΔPL2 on frequency and tie-line power flow on controlled system

Students will be able to develop mathematical model using software and analyze effects of variation of different power system control parameters


Compensator Design for Power System Control

Hands on: MATLAB SISO tool box

  1. Construct transfer function model of load frequency control for a power system
  2. Identify the need of compensator by observing step response of the system
  3. Choose proper control architecture
  4. Place pole and zero of the compensator
  5. Observing Bode plot of the system adjust zero/pole (PI/PD) so as to obtain satisfactory performance of the system
  6. Identify the compensator transfer function

Students will be able to visualize:

  1. Need of a compensator
  2. Type of compensator
  3. Location of compensator
  4. Design of compensator
  5. Effect of varying location of a zero / pole of a compensator

 4.      Course projects

  Subject- Project Management                                                                                  

  Faculty-Mrs. Poornima Rao.

  Method used- Mini Project is given to understand concepts like SWOT analysis, M&D Analysis, Cost Analysis and SCBA.


 Group consisting of eight students are formed and they selected any one topic mentioned below.

  1. AC voltage measurement simulation / hardware using ARDUINO. (2 Groups)
  2. Digital timer using microcontroller.
  3. AC current measurement using ARDUNIO
  4. Power bank generator for mobile charging.
  5. Controlling light and fan using TV remote control (2 groups)
  6. Portable air cooler –Table top type.

After completion of each project, students were made to write an Executive summary for their project wherein they have mentioned about the summary of SWOT Analysis, M&D Analysis, Cost Analysis and SCBA.

5.      Expert lectures. - Every semester subject teacher arranges one expert lecture by an industry person for their subjects.