Overview

The department of Electrical and Electronic Engineering was established during the inception of the institute in 2007. Since its commencement, the primary objective of the department has been to impart quality education, training and research at the undergraduate and postgraduate levels in various areas of Electrical and Electronics Engineering with broad emphasis on design aspects of Electrical & Electronic systems.

The institution has good infrastructure and high quality laboratory equipments and the campus provides opportunities for developing extracurricular skills which include NCC, NSS, Students Chapters of IEEE and ISTE, EEE club, social clubs, sports & games. The department conducts several industrial visits, workshops, seminars and guest lecturs from IIT’s, JNTU’s, government and private sectors.

The department has well-qualified faculty members. The entire faculty holds postgraduate degree in different specializations. The faculty of the department has been involved in several research projects and publications in many national and international journals and conferences.

Department of EEE has recently received grants amounting to Rs. 20Lakhs from AICTE, to strengthen the research facility for the development in design and development of power system etc. Besides teaching the students of our discipline, we also offer the basic courses in Electrical Engineering to all the Departments. We also teach advanced-level courses to the students of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The Alumni of this institution have excelled in various spheres and are positioned very well globally in a number of leading Government, Public Sector & Private Organizations.

The department offers the following degrees:

  • Diploma in Electronics & Electrical Engineering with an intake of 60 students.
  • B. Tech. in Electronics & Electrical Engineering with an intake of 60 students.
  • M. Tech in the following specialization:
    1. Electrical Power Systems.

Vision And Mission

Vision

Evolve the department as a centre of excellence in Electrical and Electronics Engineering Education in the country, to train students incontemporary technologies to meet the needs of global industry and to develop them into skillful Engineers infused with knowledge of coreas well as inter-disciplinary domains, human values and professional ethics.

Mission

DM1Impart quality education to the students to enter a dynamic and rapidly changing field with career opportunities in Electrical PowerSystem, Electronics and Software Professional.
DM2Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department was found with a threefold mission in teaching, research, and public service. Basedon that foundation, the mission of the Department, in all major fields of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, is to instill in students theattitudes, values, vision, and training that will prepare them to learn and to lead continuously for life-time.
DM3Develop the ability and passion to work creatively, effectively and wisely for the benefit of society.
DM4Generate new knowledge for the betterment of humankind and to utilize it universally.
DM5Generate realistic and innovative solutions for the current needs and future technological needs and to play a leading role to form thevan of social and scientific progress and to provide special services where there are needs that the department is uniquely qualified to meet.
DM6Other than the Academic curriculum, the department also engages in regular Industrial Visits and In-plant training for students to gain industrial exposure and practical knowledge.

PEO`s, PO`s and PSO's

 

Program Educational Objectives
PEO1:

To provide a solid foundation in Mathematics, Science, Electrical, Electronics and allied engineering, capable of analyzing, design and development of systems for Energy Generation, Transmission, Distribution, Operation and Control.

PEO2:

To prepare the student for a successful career in industry/Technical profession and undertake post-graduation studies, research and lifelong learning.

PEO3:

To prepare the student to fulfill the needs of society in solving technical problems using engineering principles, tools and practices.

PEO4:

To equip student with the knowledge of modern simulation tools to solve complex Engineering problems.

PEO5:

To inculcate professional and ethical attitudes, team work skills, leadership qualities and good oral and written communication skills.

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 modelling 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.

Programme specific outcomes (PsOS)

PSO 1. An ability to endeavor the public and private sector, national level examination and interviews successfully.

PSO2. An ability to design solutions for Electrical transmission and distribution systems.

PSO3. An ability to undertake research in power electronics and power systems.

Dept., Academic Calender

Courses

I B.Tech I Semester

Theory

Practical

Mathematics-I

Question Bank

English Language Communication Skills Lab

Engineering Chemistry

Question Bank

Engineering Workshop

Engineering Physics-I

Question Bank

 

Professional Communication in English

Question Bank

 

Engineering Mechanics   

Question Bank

 

Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Question Bank

 

 

I B.Tech II Semester

Theory

Practical

Engineering Physics-II

Question Bank

Engineering Chemistry Lab    

Mathematics-II

Question Bank 

Engineering Physics Lab

Mathematics-III

Question Bank

Computer Programming in C Lab

Computer Programming in C

Question Bank

 

Engineering Graphics

Question Bank

 

 

II B.Tech I Semester

Theory

Practical

Mathematics – III

Question Bank

Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery Lab

Electronic Devices & Circuits

Question Bank

Electronic devices & Circuit Labs

Electrical Circuits

Question Bank

 

Electromagnetic fields

Question Bank

 

Electrical Machines-I

Question Bank

 

Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery

Question Bank

 

 

II B.Tech II Semester

Theory

Practical

Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis

Question Bank

Electrical Machines Lab-I                                    


Power Systems - I

Question Bank

Electrical Circuits and Simulation Lab

Electronic Circuits

Question Bank

 

Switching Theory and Logic Design

Question Bank

 

Network Theory 

Question Bank

 

Electrical Machines-II

Question Bank

 

 

III B.Tech I Semester

Theory

Practical

IC Applications

Question Bank

Electrical Machines Lab-II                                 

Management Science

Question Bank

Advanced Communication Skills Lab

Power Systems-II

Question Bank

 

Control Systems

Question Bank

 

Power Electronics

Question Bank

 

Electrical Machines-III                                        

Question Bank

 

 

III B.Tech II Semester

Theory

Practical

Electrical Measurements

Question Bank

Control Systems and Simulation Lab

Environmental Studies

Question Bank

Power Electronics and Simulation Lab

Power Semiconductor Drives

Question Bank

 

Computer Methods in Power Systems

Question Bank

 

Microprocessors and Interfacing Devices

Question Bank

 

Open Elective

Question Bank

 

 

IV B.Tech I Semester

Theory

Practical

Switch Gear and Protection                           

Question Bank

Microprocessors and Interfacing Devices Lab

Utilization of Electrical Energy

Question Bank

Electrical Measurements Lab

Digital Signal Processing

Question Bank

 

Power System Operation and Control

Question Bank

 

Elective - I

XXXXXXX

Question Bank

 

Elective - II                

XXXXXX

Question Bank

 

 

 

IV B.Tech II Semester

Theory

Practical

Fundamentals of HVDC and FACTS Devices

Question Bank

Industry Oriented Mini Project                            

Elective - III

XXXXXXX

Question Bank

Seminar

Elective - IV

XXXXXXXX

Question Bank

Project Work

 

Comprehensive Viva

 

Electives

Open Elective     

Renewable Energy Sources
Intellectual Property Rights    
Nanotechnology


Elective - I

High Voltage Engineering
VLSI Design
Digital Control Systems                           

Elective - II     

Optimization Techniques
Electrical Distribution Systems
Electrical Estimation and Costing

Elective - III
    
Renewable Energy Resources
Neural Networks and FuzzyLogic    
Principles of Reliability Engineering

Elective - IV

Advanced Control Systems
EHV AC Transmission
Nanotechnology

 

Faculty Details

S.No

Name

Designation

Qualification

Specialization

1

Dr.M.Narendra Kumar

Principal &Professor

PHD

 

2

Mrs.K.Sreelatha

 Head of the Department

M.Tech

Power Systems

3

Dr.K.Jayanna

Professor

PHD

 

4

Mr.Vidya Sagar

Assistant Professors

M.Tech

Embedded systems

5

Mr.Shaik Ansar

Assistant Professors

M. Tech 

Control Systems

6

Mr.Ch.V.Ganesh

Assistant Professors

M.Tech

Control Systems

7

Mr.Gautham barma

Assistant Professors

M.Tech

Power Electronics and Drives

8

Mr.M.Krishna

Assistant Professors

M.Tech

Power Electronics

9

Mr.M.Bhojaraju

Assistant Professors

M.Tech

Powerplant engineering and energy management

10

Mr.G.Mohan Krishna

Assistant Professors

M.Tech

Power Electronics

11

Mrs.Dhanorkar Sujatha 

Assistant Professors

M.Tech

Electrical Power Engineering

12

Mrs.P.V.Shirisha

Assistant Professors

M.E

Power Systems and Automation

13

Mr.Kowlu David Kiran

Assistant Professors

M.Tech

 

14

Mr.K.V.V.Nagababu

Assistant Professors

M.Tech

 

15

Mr.P.Mallikarjun

Assistant Professors

M.Tech

 

Academic Excellence

H.T.No

     Name

Academic Year

Percentage

07BK1A0232

N.Pankal Singh

  2007-2011

    79.00%

08BK1A0254

S.Praneethi

  2008-2012

    80.00%

09BK1A0229

N.Rama Krishna

  2009-2013

    84.33%

09BK1A0243

Sabi Kumari

  2009-2013

    84.32%

10BK1A0222

G.Vani

  2010-2014

    81.60%

11BK1A0261

T.H.D.N. Sindhu

  2011-2015

    83.60%

 

EEE LABS

II-I SEMISTER

S.NO

LAB NAME

LAB CODE

1

EM-I LAB

EE306ES

2

NT LAB

EE307ES

3

EDC LAB

EC306ES

II-II SEMISTER

S.NO

LAB NAME

LAB CODE

1

EM-II LAB

EE407ES

2

CONTROL SYSTEMS LAB

EE406ES

3

ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS LAB

EE408ES

III-I SEMISTER           

S.NO

LAB NAME

LAB CODE

1

EMI  LAB

EE505PC

2

BES LAB

EE506PC

3

MPMC LAB

EI507PC

III-II SEMISTER          

S.NO

LAB NAME

LAB CODE

1

POWER SYSTEMS LAB

EE604PC

2

POWER ELECTRONICS LAB

EE605PC

3

AECS LAB

EN606HS

IV-I SEMISTER

S.NO

LAB NAME

LAB CODE

1

MPID LAB

A70498

2

EM LAB

A70293

 

Projects

St. Peter's Engineering College, Dhoolapally Post, Medchal (Dist), Hyderabad - 500 014
DEPARTMENT OF EEE
Mini Project Work Batches
BATCH NO. Roll Nos. Name of the Student Name of the Guide
1 16BK5A0232 POLOJU SHIVA KRISHNA CHARY K SREELATHA
16BK5A0216 K SUDHEER KUMAR
15BK1A0223 TIRUMURU SANJAY KIRAN REDDY
2 16BK5A0231 PITLA NAGARAJU K JAYANNA
16BK5A0234 PUPPALA MAHESH
16BK5A0233 POONEM SRINIVAS
3 16BK5A0220 M NARENDER BABU CH VIDYA SAGAR
16BK5A0218 KARUPHOTHULA SAI KIRAN GOUD
15BK1A0203 CHIMMULA VENKAT RAMANA REDDY
4 16BK5A0201 A ACHYUTH KUMAR G VENU
16BK5A0228 N SRIKANTH
16BK5A0204 BOINI RAJASHEKAR
5 16BK1A0209 K SOWMYA REDDY CH GANESH
16BK5A0203 BALLA GEETA
16BK5A0215 ITLA SUNIL BABU
6 16BK5A0209 ERRABOINA SRIDHAR M KRISHNA
16BK5A0221 MADARABOINA NIKHIL
16BK5A0237 SYED VASEEM
7 15BK1A0210 M HARISH REDDY SHAIK ANSAR
16BK5A0211 G DINESH
15BK1A0216 RAJASEKHER REDDY.S 
8 16BK5A0207 DAWATH SANDHYA SUNANDA
16BK5A0211 G DINESH
15BK1A0214 P.SRIKAR
9 16BK5A0210 ESURI RAJITHA MOHANKRISHNA G
16BK5A0226 M VISHNUVIKAS
   
15BK1A0219 AKANKSHY KUMAR
10 16BK5A0219 KATLA SAI KRISHNA K JAYANNA
16BK1A0224 MANIKANTA
16BK5A0208 D VAMSHI KRISHNA
11 16BK5A0241 VURA VEDARSH P.V.Sirisha
16BK5A0225 MOORTHI SHIVA SATHISH REDDY
15BK1A0225 YELLALA RAJITHA
12 16BK5A0239 VELPULA SNEHASRI D.Sujatha
16BK5A0238 VADLA ARUN KUMAR
   
16BK5A0227 N BALARAM DEEPAK
13 16BK5A0213 GONELA KAVYA BHOJARAJU
15BK1A0213 NAVYA.K
15BK1A0202 BOEEN ESHWAR
14 16BK5A0212 G SRIDHAR P SUNIL KUMAR
16BK5A0223 MANIKANTA RANGOJI
16BK5A0214 GORRI SUDHAKAR REDDY
15 16BK5A0229 PALAKURTHI AKHILESH G BHARMA
15BK1A0220 SHASHANK REDDY
16BK5A0222 M RAMESH
16 16BK5A0204 BOINI RAJASHEKAR CH VIDYA SAGAR
16BK1A0208 SUSHMA SWARAJ
16BK5A0205 B SRAVAN

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