B.Tech. EEE
Year Started – 2002

Sanctioned intake : 60

Vision

To transform the Electrical and Electronics Engineering department into knowledge hub by Inculcating Innovative Culture.

Mission

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering is committed to:

  1. To impart innovative, competitive skills for promoting quality engineers to contribute for technical advancements.
  2. To provide multi-pronged facilities for continuous improvement in teaching-learning process and research activities.
  3. To enrich the students with Industry-Institute capabilities and motivate them to become entrepreneurs.

Highlights

  • The Department of ELECTRICAL and ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING was established in the year 2002. The department offers a four year degree (B.Tech.) with an annual intake of 60. All the laboratories are fully equipped with latest equipments and software’s. The Department tied-up with leading industries though MoUs around Hyderabad city to promote research and placements.
  • The department has highly qualified and very experienced faculty with a minimum qualification of M.Tech.
  • A dedicated Placement and training Cell will train the students from the Second year onwards in soft skills. Our students are well placed in various companies like PREMIER ENERGIES LIMITED., Neo Silica,, CLEANTECH SOLAR,etc.

Apart from this we will give free GATE coaching for all 2nd, 3rd, 4th year students simultaneously in weekends.

WHY SELECTING EEE BRANCH IN ENGINEERING

  • We just look into our daily life electrical play an vital role.
  • The people certified with EEE course can even get diversified to software side finding their careers as software program developers and software engineers.
  • The EEE finds its application in defense, Power Generation and Power Transmission ,etc.

FUTURE SCOPE FOR ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS

  • Electrical and Electronics Engineering jobs represent over 50% of all available jobs in engineering
  • In India 60 % of the government jobs are from Electrical and Electronics Engineering sector

Achievements

In 2020, Four Students got Placed in Premier Energies Limited.

Programme Educational Objective (PEO)

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Graduates should be able to

PEO1: To produce graduates with strong foundation in Electrical sciences, and prepare them with technical competency with emphasis on team work in both private and public sectors.

PEO2: 
To be able to apply managerial qualities and technical competence to solve challenging assignments.

PEO3: 
To create capability to plan, estimate and execute live engineering projects and also new product development.

PEO 4: To enable individuals ,acquire skills for life-long learning in the field of Electronics and Communication, related research & innovation to become successful Entrepreneurs.

PEO 5: To inculcate professional and ethical attitude, team spirit, leadership qualities skills in Graduates and to make them aware of their social responsibilities.

Programme Outcomes (PO)

Engineering Graduates will be able to

PO1: Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

PO2: Problem Analysis:
 Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences.

PO3: 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.

PO4: 
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 for complex problems.

PO5: 
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.

PO6: 
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.

PO7:
 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.

PO8: Ethics: 
Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

PO9: Individual and Team Work:
 Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

PO10: 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.

PO11:
 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.

PO12: Life-long Learning: 
Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and lifelong learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSO)

After the fruitful completion of B.Tech program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering , the graduates will be able to

PSO1: To prepare students to apply modern techniques and tools to solve the problems related to electrical and electronic applications.

PSO2:
 To enable students to analyse and conduct investigations on complex engineering activities to arrive at valid conclusions.

PSO3: 
To ensure students,to have expertise on communication, research projects, design documentation , conduct seminars to the knowledgeable engineering community. .

R13 Course Outcomes (CO)

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering(R13)

B.Tech– EEE 2nd , 3rd and 4th Year (Course Outcomes)

Year 2 – SEMESTER 1

Subject code

Course Name

COs

Outcomes

A30007

Mathematics – III

CO1

Student’s will be able to  apply the Frobenius method to obtain a series solution for the given linear 2nd ODE.

CO2

Student’s will be able to Identify Bessel equation and Legendre equation and solve them under special conditions with the help of series solutions method. Also recurrence relations and orthogonality properties of Bessel and Legendre polynomials.

CO3

Student’s will be able to  analyze the complex functions with reference to their analyticity, Integration using Cauchy’s integral theorem.

CO4

Students will be able to  Find the Taylor’s and Laurent series expansion of complex functions.

CO5

Students will be able tothe conformal transformations of complex functions can be dealt with ease.

       

A30102

Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery

CO1

Able to explain the effect of fluid properties on a flow system.

CO2

Able to identify type of fluid flow patterns and describe continuity equation.

CO3

To analyze a variety of practical fluid flow and measuring devices and utilize Fluid Mechanics principles in design.

CO4

To select and analyze an appropriate turbine with reference to given situation in power plants.

CO5

To estimate performance parameters of a given Centrifugal and Reciprocating pump.

       

A30404

Electronic Devices & Circuits

CO1

To Understand and analyze the different types of diodes, operation and its characteristics.

CO2

To understand diode as rectifier andto study basic principle of filters circuits and various types.

CO3

Design and analyze the DC bias circuitry of BJT and FET.

CO4

Design biasing circuits using diodes and transistors.

CO5

To analyze and design diode application circuits, amplifier circuits

       

A30204

Electrical Circuits

CO1

The student’s gets a thorough knowledge on basics of circuit concepts.

CO2

The student’s gets a thorough knowledge on electrical parameters.

CO3

The student’s gets a thorough knowledge on single phase AC circuits.

CO4

The student’s gets a thorough knowledge on electrical parameters.

CO5

The student’s gets a thorough knowledge on network theorems with which she can able to apply the above conceptual things to real-world problems and applications.

       

A30403

Electro-magnetic Fields

CO1

The student gets a thorough knowledge on vector algebra, 3-dimensional co-ordinate systems, electrostatics

CO2

The student gets a thorough knowledge on behavior of conductors insulators semiconductors dielectrics and capacitance

CO3

The student gets a thorough knowledge on magneto statics

CO4

The student gets a thorough knowledge on interaction between electricity and magnetism, different laws.

CO5

The student gets a thorough knowledge on time-varying fields and Maxwell’s equations, with which he/she can able to apply the above conceptual things to real-world electrical and electronics problems and applications.

       

A30206

Electrical Machines-I

CO1

Identify different parts of a DC machine & understand its operation

CO2

Carry out different testing methods to predetermine the efficiency of DC machines

CO3

Understand different excitation and starting methods of DC machines.

CO4

Control the voltage and speed of a DC machines

CO5

Analyze single phase and three phase transformers circuits

       

A30181

Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulic Machinery Lab

CO1

Explain the effect of fluid properties on a flow system.

CO2

Identify type of fluid flow patterns and describe continuity equation.

CO3

Analyze a variety of practical fluid flow, measuring devices and utilize fluid mechanics principles in design.

CO4

Select and analyze an appropriate turbine with reference to given situation in power plants.

CO5

Estimate performance parameters of a given centrifugal and reciprocating pump. Able to demonstrate boundary layer concepts

       

A30482

Electronic Devices & Circuit labs

CO1

Start and control the Different DC Machines.

CO2

Assess the performance of different machines using different testing methods

CO3

Identify different conditions required to be satisfied for self – excitation of DC Generators

CO4

Separate iron losses of DC machines into different components

CO5

Acquire knowledge about the working of

DC machines as generators and motors.

       

Year 2 – Semester 2

A40010

Managerial Economics & Financial Analysis

CO1

Understand the market dynamics namely, demand and supply, demand forecasting , elasticity of demand and supply, pricing methods and pricing in different market structures.

CO2

Gain an insight into how production function is carried out to achieve least cost combination of inputs and cost analysis.

CO3

Analyze how capital budgeting decisions are carried out.

CO4

Understand the framework for both manual and computerized accounting process

CO5

Know how to analyze and interpret the financial statements through ratio analysis.

       

A40214

Power System – I

CO1

The student gets a thorough knowledge on thermal gas and nuclear power plants operation,

CO2

The student gets a thorough knowledge on AC and DC distribution systems operation

CO3

The student gets a thorough knowledge on AIR insulated and GAS insulated indoor/outdoor substations operation.

CO4

The student gets a thorough knowledge on voltage control and power factor improvement techniques

CO5

The student gets a thorough knowledge on economic aspects of power generation and different types of TARIFF methods with which he/she can able to apply the above conceptual things to real-world electrical and electronics problems and applications.

       

A40134

Electronics Circuits

CO1

Design and Analyse the DC bias circuitry of BJT and FET.

CO2

Analysis the different types of amplifiers, operation and its characteristics

CO3

Design circuits like amplifiers, oscillators using the transistor diodes and oscillators.

CO4

knowledge on concept of wave-shaping.

CO5

knowledge on switching characteristics of semiconductor devices.

       

A40407

Switching Theory and Logic Design

CO1

 Students will be able to manipulate numeric information in different forms, e.g. different bases, signed integers, various codes such as ASCII, gray, and BCD.

CO2

Students will be to manipulate simple Boolean expressions using the theorems and postulates of Boolean algebra and to minimize combinational functions.

CO3

Students will be able to design and analyze small combinational circuits and to use standard combinational functions/building blocks to build larger more complex circuits.

CO4

Students will be to design and analyse small sequential circuits and devices and to use standard sequential functions/building blocks to build larger more complex circuits.

CO5

Student the concepts of sequential circuits, enabling them to analyze sequential systems in terms of state machines.

       

A40213

Network Theory

CO1

The student gets a thorough knowledge onthree-phase systems of electrical circuits.

CO2

 Students will be familiar withtransient analysisAC and DC circuits.

CO3

The student gets a thorough knowledge on Laplace transforms, different types of network functions.

CO4

The student gets a thorough knowledge on basic parameters of two port network.

CO5

Student’s will be familiar withFourier transforms and analysis of AC circuits through Fourier transforms.

       

A40212

Electrical Machines-II

CO1

Understand the concepts of rotating magnetic fields.

CO2

Understand the operation of ac machines.

CO3

Analyze performance characteristics of ac machines.

CO4

To understand operation, construction and types of single phase motors and their applications in house hold appliances and control systems.

CO5

Analyze the concept of regulation and its calculations and special machines.

       

A40287

Electrical Machines Lab – I

CO1

Start and control the Different DC Machines.

CO2

Assess the performance of different machines using different testing methods

CO3

Identify different conditions required to be satisfied for self – excitation of DC Generators

CO4

Separate iron losses of DC machines into different components

CO5

Acquire knowledge about the working of DC machines as generators and motors.

       

A40286

Electrical Circuits and Simulation Lab

CO1

The student will analyze the characteristics of Electrical circuits & PSpice Simulation.

CO2

To Perform Laboratory Experiments practically

CO3

To carry out laboratory experiments on simulation & Networks.

CO4

To understand the fundamentals of electrical circuits & PSpice simulation

CO5

To understand the locus diagram and verification of various theorem.

 

Year 3 – Semester 1

A50423

IC Applications

CO1

Identify various elements, processes, and parameters in telecommunications systems, and describe their functions, effects, and interrelationship.

CO2

Design procedure of AM Transmission & Reception, analyze, measure, and evaluate the performance of a telecommunication system against given criteria.

CO3

Understand basic knowledge of FM Transmission & Reception.

CO4

Understand various types of SSB Transmission & reception

CO5

Design typical telecommunication system that consists of basic and essential building blocks.

                 
       

A50014

Management Science

CO1

The student will be in a position to Plan an organizational structure for a given context in the organization and carry out production operations through Work study.

CO2

The student will be in a position to understand the markets, customers and competition better and price the given products appropriately.

CO3

The student will be in a position to ensure quality for a given product or service and plan and control the HR function better.

CO4

The student will be in a position to plan, schedule and control projects through PERT and CPM.

CO5

The student will be in a position to evolve a strategy for a business or service organization.

       

A50221

Power Systems-II

CO1

The student gets a thorough knowledge on calculation of transmission line parameters.

CO2

The student gets a thorough knowledge on performance analysis of short medium long length transmission lines.

CO3

The student gets a thorough knowledge on transients in power systems and factors affecting the performance analysis of transmission lines.

CO4

The student gets a thorough knowledge on different types of overhead line insulators, sag and tension calculation of transmission lines .

CO5

The student gets a thorough knowledge on detailed analysis of underground cables for power transmission and distribution.

       

A50211

Control Systems

CO1

The student gets a thorough knowledge on open loop and closed loop control systems , concept of feedback in control systems.

CO2

The student gets a thorough knowledge on mathematical modeling and transfer function derivations of translational and rotational systems, Transfer functions of Synchros, AC and DC servo motors, Transfer function representation through block diagram algebra.

CO3

The student gets a thorough knowledge on time response analysis of different ordered systems through their characteristic equation and time-domain specifications.

CO4

The student gets a thorough knowledge on signal flow graphs and stability analysis of control systems in S-domain through R-H criteria and root-locus techniques.

CO5

The student gets a thorough knowledge on frequency response analysis through bode diagrams.

       

A50220

Power Electronics

CO1

The student gets a thorough knowledge on construction operation V-I characteristics commutation firing and protection of various power semiconductor devices, focused analysis of thyristor device.

CO2

The student gets a thorough knowledge on  nature of the R, RL and RLE loads for different power inputs, AC-to-DC power conversion through 1-phase & 3-phase controlled  rectifiers.

CO3

The student gets a thorough knowledge on DC-to- DC power conversion through step-up and step-down choppers.

CO4

The student gets a thorough knowledge on  AC-to-AC power conversion through AC voltage controllers, Frequency conversion  through cyclo-converters.

CO5

The student gets a thorough knowledge on DC-to-AC power conversion through 1-phase & 3-phase inverters, different types of PWM (pulse-width modulation) techniques, steady-state and transient state analysis of all the power converters.

       

A50218

Electrical Machines-III

CO1

The student gets a thorough knowledge on, construction operation characteristics regulation.

CO2

The student gets a thorough knowledge on regulation of synchronous generator.

CO3

The student gets a thorough knowledge on parallel-operation power circles.

CO4

The student gets a thorough knowledge on starting & speed control methods of synchronous machines.

CO5

The student gets a thorough knowledge on construction operation characteristics of single-phase motors and special machines.

       

A50289

Electrical Machines Lab-II

CO1

Understand the concepts of rotating magnetic fields.

CO2

Understand the operation of ac machines.

CO3

Analyze performance characteristics of ac machines.

CO4

To understand operation, construction and types of single phase motors and their applications in house hold appliances and control systems.

CO5

Analyze the concept of regulation and its calculations and special machines.

       

A50086

Advanced Communication Skills

CO1

The students will be able to acquire vocabulary and use it different social context. At the same time listen and speak spoken English effectively.

CO2

The students will be able to read and comprehend texts proficiently.

CO3

The students will be able to communicate their ideas in writing coherently.

CO4

The students will be able to communicate confidently in formal and in informal context.

CO5

The students will acquire behavioral skills for their possible job prospects.

       

Year 3 – Semester2

A60223

Electrical and Electronics Instrumen-tation

CO1

The student gets a knowledge on different types of measuring instruments their construction operation and characteristics.

CO2

The student gets a knowledge on resistance voltage current measurements through potentiometers, voltage current measurements through instrument transformers.

CO3

The student gets a knowledge on , power and energy measurements through watt and energy meters.

CO4

The student gets a knowledge on , resistance measurements through DC bridges, capacitance and inductance measurements through AC bridges.

CO5

The student gets a knowledge on operation of different types of transducers, measurement of phase and frequency through CRO, range extension of measuring instruments and different types of errors & their reduction methods in measuring instruments.

       

A60222

Computer Methods In Power Systems

CO1

The student gets a thorough knowledge on power system network matrices through graph theory.

CO2

The student gets a thorough knowledge on power flow studies (load-flow) through various computer methods.

CO3

The student gets a thorough knowledge on short-circuit analysis, per unit system of representation, concept of sequence impedances, symmetrical and unsymmetrical fault analysis.

CO4

The student gets a thorough knowledge on steady-state dynamic-state analysis.

CO5

The student gets a thorough knowledge on transient state

stability analysis.

             

A60225

Static Drives

CO1

The student gets a thorough knowledge on, steady-state analysis control speed-torque characteristics and closed-loop operation of DC motors through phase controlled rectifiers single-quadrant two quadrant.

CO2

The student gets a thorough knowledge on four-quadrant operations forward-motoring forward-braking reverse-motoring reverse-regenerative braking operations of DC motors through four-quadrant choppers and dual converters.

CO3

The student gets a thorough knowledge on the student gets a thorough knowledge on, steady-state analysis control speed-torque characteristics and closed-loop operation of DC motors through phase controlled choppers.

CO4

The student gets a thorough knowledge on steady-state analysis control speed-torque characteristics and closed-loop operation of induction motors i.e. variable voltage characteristics through AC voltage controllers, variable frequency characteristics through cyclo-converters and Voltage Source and Current source Inverters (VSI & CSI), static rotor resistance control slip-power recovery through static scherbius and Kramer drives steady-state analysis control speed-torque characteristics.

CO5

The student gets a thorough knowledge on closed-loop operation of synchronous motors through VSI, CSI and Cyclo-converters, with which he/she can able to apply the above conceptual things to real world electrical and electronics problems and applications.

       

A60430

Micro-processors and Interfacing Devices

CO1

The student gets a thorough knowledge on, architecture, pin diagram, register and memory organizations.

CO2

The student gets a thorough knowledge on concept of memory segmentation, minimum and maximum mode of operations, timing diagrams, addressing modes, instruction set, assembler directives, macros, procedures, vector interrupts.

CO3

The student gets a thorough knowledge on peripheral interfacing of 8086.

CO4

The student gets a thorough knowledge on communication interfacing of 8086 microprocessor.

CO5

The student gets a thorough knowledge on 8051 microcontroller.

       

A60009

Environmental Science

CO1

Based on this course, the Engineering graduate will understand/evaluate / develop technologies on the

basis of ecological principles and environmental regulations which in turn helps in sustainable development.

CO2

Appreciate the ethical, cross-cultural, and historical context of environmental issues and the links between human and natural systems.

CO3

Reflect critically about their roles and identities as citizens, consumers and environmental actors in a complex, interconnected world.

CO4

Appreciate that one can apply systems concepts and methodologies to analyze and understand interactions between social and environmental processes.

CO5

Appreciate key concepts from economic, political, and social analysis as they pertain to the design and evaluation of environmental policies and institutions.

       

A60117

Disaster Management

CO1

Understanding Disasters, man-made Hazards and Vulnerabilities.

CO2

Understanding disaster management mechanism.

CO3

 Understanding capacity building concepts and planning of disaster managements.

CO4

Humanitarian Assistance before and after disaster.

CO5

Technological innovations in Disaster Risk Reduction: Advantages and problems.

       

A60290

Control Systems and Simulation Lab

CO1

How to improve the system performance by selecting a suitable controller and/or a compensator for a specific application.

CO2

Apply various time domain and frequency domain techniques to assess the system performance.

CO3

Apply various control strategies to different applications (example: Power systems, electrical drives etc).

CO4

Test system controllability and observability using state space representation and applications of state space representation to various systems.

CO5

How to improve the system performance by selecting a suitable controller and/or a compensator for a specific application.

       

A60291

Power Electronics and Simulation Lab

CO1

Understand the operating principles of various power electronic converters.

CO2

Use power electronic simulation packages& hardware to develop the power converters

CO3

Analyze and choose the appropriate converters for various applications.

CO4

The student is able to apply the concepts of power electronic converters for efficient conversion/control of power from source to load.

CO5

The student is able to Design the power converter with suitable switches meeting a specific load requirement.

Year 4 – Semester 1

A70231

Switch Gear and Protection

CO1

The student gets a thorough knowledge on various types of protective devices circuit breakers and their co-ordination.

CO2

The student gets a thorough knowledge on relays and their co-ordination.

CO3

The student gets a thorough knowledge on protection of generators, transformers through different types of protective devices.

CO4

The student gets a thorough knowledge on feeders, bus-bars, concept of earthing and grounding.

CO5

The student gets a thorough knowledge on overvoltage protection.

       

A70232

Utilization of Electrical Energy

CO1

The student gets a thorough knowledge on electric drives characteristics and their applicability in industry, nature of different types of loads and their characteristics.

CO2

The student gets a thorough knowledge on concept of electric heating welding.

CO3

The student gets a thorough knowledge on illumination.

CO4

The student gets a thorough knowledge on electric traction-I and utilization of electric energy.

CO5

The student gets a thorough knowledge on electric traction-II and utilization of electric energy.

         
       

A70421

Digital Signal Processing

CO1

The student should be able to Perform time, frequency and Z -transform analysis on signals and the inter-relationship between DFT and various transforms. Understand the significance of various filter structures and effects of Round off errors.

CO2

Understand the fast computation of DFT and appreciate the FFT processing.

CO3

Understand the significance of IIR  digital filter.

CO4

The student should be able to FIR digital filter.

CO5

Understand the tradeoffs between normal and multi rate DSP techniques and finite length word effects.

       

A70230

 Power Systems Operation and Control

CO1

The student gets a thorough knowledge on economic operation of power systems.

CO2

The student gets a thorough knowledge on scheduling of hydro-thermal power plants.

CO3

The student gets a thorough knowledge on modeling of the power system components like turbine, governor and excitation systems.

CO4

The student gets a thorough knowledge on necessity of keeping the frequency of the power system constant , load frequency control in single and two area systems and operation of load frequency controllers.

CO5

The student gets a thorough knowledge on reactive power control, uncompensated transmission line and compensation in transmission systems through shunt and series compensations, with which she can able to apply the above conceptual things to real-world electrical and electronic.

       

A70228

High Voltage Engineering

CO1

The student gets a thorough knowledge on basics of high voltage engineering.

CO2

The student gets a thorough knowledge on break-down phenomenon in different types of dielectrics.

CO3

The student gets a thorough knowledge on generation and measurement of high voltages and currents.

CO4

The student gets a thorough knowledge on the phenomenon of over-voltages and concept of insulation coordination.

CO5

The student gets a thorough knowledge on testing of various materials and electrical apparatus used in high voltage engineering.

       

A70226

Electrical Distribution Systems

CO1

The student gets a thorough knowledge on general aspects of electrical distribution systems.

CO2

The student gets a thorough knowledge on design and analysis of distribution feeders and substations.

CO3

The student gets a thorough knowledge on distribution systems analysis through voltage-drop and power loss calculations.

CO4

The student gets a thorough knowledge on operation of protective devices.

used in distribution systems and their co-ordination.

CO5

the student gets a thorough knowledge on voltage control and power factor improvement through capacitor compensation and distribution system faults.

       

A70498

Micro-processors and Interfacing Devices Lab

CO1

Identify relevant information to supplement to the Microprocessor and Microcontroller course.Arithmetic, Logical, String Operations on 16 Bit and 32-Bit Data. Bit level Logical Operations, Rotate, Shift, Swap and Branch Operations

CO2

Set up programming strategies and select proper mnemonics and run their program on the training boards.

CO3

Practice different types of programmingAssembly Language Programs to Perform Arithmetic (Both Signed and Unsigned) 16 Bit Data Operations, Logical Operations (Byte and Bit Level Operations), Rotate, Shift, Swap and Branch Instructions Time delay Generation Using Timers of 8051. Serial Communication from / to 8051 to / from I/O devices

CO4

Develop testing and experimental procedures onProgram Using Interrupts to Generate Square Wave 10 KHZ Frequency on P2.1 Using Timer 0 8051 in 8 bit Auto reload Mode and Connect a 1 HZ Pulse to INT1 pin and Display on Port 0. Assume Crystal Frequency as 11.0592 MHZ

CO5

PrepareInterfacing I/O Devices to 8051,7 Segment Display to 8051. Matrix Keypad to 8051, Sequence Generator Using Serial Interface in 8051.8 bit ADC Interface to 8051.Triangular Wave Generator through DAC interfaces to 8051.

A70293

Electrical Measurements Lab

CO1

The student is able to  choose instruments.

CO2

The student is able to test any instrument.

CO3

The student is able to find the accuracy of any instrument by performing experiment.

CO4

The student is able to calibrate PMMC instrument using D.C potentiometer.

CO5

The student is able to unknown inductance, resistance, capacitance by performing experiments on D.C Bridges & A. C Bridges.

Year 4 – Semester 2

A80237

Fundamentals of HVDC and FACTS Devices

CO1

The student gets a thorough knowledge on introduction and  basics of HVDC system.

CO2

The student gets a knowledge on analysis of HVDC converters and its control.

 

CO3

The student gets a knowledge on converters control schemes harmonics filters reactive power control and power flow analysis in HVDC systems.

 

CO4

The student gets a thorough knowledge on basic concepts of FACTS, necessity of FACTS controllers and their operation, static shunt compensation .

 

CO5

The student gets a knowledge on series compensation through various static series compensators.

 
         

A80324

Renewable Energy Sources

CO1

The student gets a thorough knowledge on solar energy its radiation.

 

CO2

The student gets a thorough knowledge on solar energy collection, storage and its applications.

 

CO3

The student gets a knowledge on various types of renewable energy sources i.e. wind energy, biomass.

 

CO4

The student gets a knowledge on various types of renewable energy sources i.e. geothermal, ocean, hybrid energy systems.

 

CO5

The student gets a thorough knowledge on principles of direct energy conversion, with which  she can able to apply the above conceptual things to real-world electrical and electronics problems and applications.

 
             
       

A80235

EHVAC Transmission

CO1

The student gets a thorough knowledge on, general aspects and necessity of extra high voltage (EHVAC) transmission, advantages and disadvantages of EHVAC.

CO2

The student gets a thorough knowledge on concepts of voltage gradient conductors.

CO3

The student gets a thorough knowledge on effects of corona.

CO4

The student gets a thorough knowledge on electro static field calculations and theory of travelling waves.

CO5

The student gets a thorough knowledge on voltage control of EHVAC transmission, with which she can able to apply the above conceptual things to real-world electrical and electronics problems and applications.

       

A80087

Industry Oriented Mini Project

CO1

Students will be able to practice acquired knowledge within the chosen area of technology for project development.

CO2

Identify, discuss and justify the technical aspects of the chosen project with a comprehensive and systematic approach.

CO3

Reproduce, improve and refine technical aspects for engineering projects.

CO4

Work as an individual or in a team in development of technical projects.

CO5

Communicate and report effectively project related activities and findings

A80089

Seminar

CO1

Establish motivation for any topic of interest and develop a thought process for technical presentation.

CO2

Organize a detailed literature survey and build a document with respect to technical publications.

CO3

Analysis and comprehension of proof-of-concept and related data.

CO4

Effective presentation and improve soft skills.

CO5

Make use of new and recent technology (e.g. Latex) for creating technical reports.

A80088

Project Work

CO1

Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic.

CO2

Undertake problem identification, formulation and solution.

CO3

Design engineering solutions to complex problems utilising a systems approach.

CO4

Communicate with engineers and the community at large in written an oral forms.

CO5

Conduct an engineering project and Demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attitudes of a Professional engineer.

A80090

Comprehensive Viva-Voce

CO1

Demonstrate knowledge in the program domain.

CO2

Present his views cogently and precisely.

CO3

Exhibit professional etiquette suitable for career progression.

CO4

Demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attitudes of a Professional engineer.

CO5

Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge on all electrical components and its usages.

Course Outcomes (CO) R18 2,3,4 YEAR

EE301ES Engineering Mechanics
CO1 Determine resultant of forces acting on a body and analyse equilibrium of a body subjected to a system of forces.
CO2 Solve problem of bodies subjected to friction.
CO3 Find the location of centroid and calculate moment of inertia of a given section.
CO4 Understand the kinetics and kinematics of a body undergoing rectilinear, curvilinear, rotatory motion and rigid body motion.
CO5 Solve problems using work energy equations for translation, fixed axis rotation and plane motion and solve problems of vibration.

EE302PC Electrical Circuit Analysis
CO1 Apply network theorems for the analysis of electrical circuits.
CO2 Obtain the transient and steady-state response of electrical circuits
CO3 Analyze circuits in the sinusoidal steady-state (single-phase and three-phase).
CO4 Analyze the Laplace transform to circuits
CO5 Analyze two port circuit behaviour.

EE303PC Analog Electronics
CO1 Know the characteristics, utilization of various components.
CO2 Understand the biasing techniques
CO3 Design and analyze various rectifiers, small signal amplifier circuits.
CO4 Design sinusoidal and non-sinusoidal oscillators.
CO5 A thorough understanding, functioning of OP-AMP, design OP-AMP based circuits with linear

EE304PC Electrical Machines – I
CO1 Identify different parts of a DC machine & understand its operation
CO2 Carry out different testing methods to predetermine the efficiency of DC machines
CO3 Understand different excitation and starting methods of DC machines.
CO4 Control the voltage and speed of a DC machines
CO5 Analyze single phase and three phase transformers circuits

EE305PC Electromagnetic Fields
CO1 Understand the basic mathematical concepts related to electromagnetic vector fields. .
CO2 Apply the principles of electrostatics to the solutions of problems relating to electric field and electric potential, boundary conditions and electric energy density
CO3 Apply the principles of magneto statics to the solutions of problems relating to magnetic field and magnetic potential, boundary conditions and magnetic energy density.
CO4 Understand the concepts related to Faraday‘s law, induced emf and Maxwell‘s equations.
CO5 Apply Maxwell‘s equations to solutions of problems relating to transmission lines and uniform plane wave propagation.

EE306PC Electrical Machines Lab – I
CO1 Acquire knowledge about the working of DC machines as generators and motors and start and control the Different DC Machines.
CO2 Assess the performance of different machines using different testing methods
CO3 Identify different conditions required to be satisfied for self – excitation of DC Generators
CO4 Separate iron losses of DC machines into different components
CO5 Analyze single phase and three phase transformer circuits

EE307PC Analog Electronics Lab
CO1 Know the characteristics, utilization of various components.
CO2 Understand the biasing techniques
CO3 Design and analyze various rectifiers, small signal amplifier circuits.
CO4 Design sinusoidal and non-sinusoidal oscillators.
CO5 A thorough understanding, functioning of OP-AMP, design OP-AMP based circuits with linear

EE308PC Electrical Circuits Lab
CO1 Student should be able to Analyze complex DC and AC linear circuits
CO2 Student should be able to Evaluate response in a given network by using theorems
CO3 Apply concepts of electrical circuits across engineering
CO4 Student should be able to measure active and reactive powers for star and delta connected balanced loads
CO5 Student should be able to express given Electrical Circuit in terms of A, B, C, D and Z, Y Parameter Model and Solve the circuits.

MC309 Gender Sensitization Lab
CO1 Students will have developed a better understanding of important issues related to gender in contemporary India.
CO2 Students will be sensitized to basic dimensions of the biological, sociological, psychological and legal aspects of gender. This will be achieved through discussion of materials derived from research, facts, everyday life, literature and film.
CO3 Students will attain a finer grasp of how gender discrimination works in our society and how to counter it.
CO4 Students will acquire insight into the gendered division of labour and its relation to politics and economics.
CO5 Men and women students and professionals will be better equipped to work and live together asYear 2 equals.

Year 2 – SEMESTER 2
MA401BS Laplace Transforms, Numerical Methods & Complex variables

CO1 Analyze the Laplace transforms techniques for solving ODE’s
CO2 Evaluate the root of a given equation. Estimate the value for the given data using interpolation.
CO3 Find the numerical solutions for a given ODE’
CO4 Analyze the complex function with reference to their analyticity, integration using Cauchy’s Integral and residue theorems
CO5 Taylor’s and Laurent’s series expansions of complex Function

EE402 PC Electrical Machines – II
CO1 Understand the concepts of rotating magnetic fields.
CO2 Understand the operation of ac machines.
CO3 Analyze performance characteristics of AC machines.
CO4 To understand operation, construction and types of single phase motors and their applications in house hold appliances and control systems.
CO5 Analyze the concept of regulation and its calculations and special machines.

EE403 PC Digital Electronics
CO1 Understand working of logic families and logic gates.
CO2 Design and implement Combinational and Sequential logic circuits.
CO3 Understand the process of Analog to Digital conversion and Digital to Analog conversion.
CO4 Be able to use PLDs to implement the given logical problem.
CO5 To implement synchronous state machines using flip-flops

EE405 PC Control Systems
CO1 Categorize different types of system and identify a set of algebraic equations to represent and model a complicated system into a more simplified form.
CO2 Characterize any system in Laplace domain to illustrate different specification of the system using transfer function concept.
CO3 Interpret different physical and mechanical systems in terms of electrical system to construct equivalent electrical models for analysis.
CO4 Employ time domain analysis to predict and diagnose transient performance parameters of the system for standard input functions.
CO5 Formulate different types of analysis in frequency domain to explain the nature of stability of the system.

EE404 PC Power System – I
CO1 Understand the concepts of power systems.
CO2 Understand the operation of conventional generating stations and renewable sources of
CO3 electrical power.
CO4 Evaluate the power tariff methods.
CO5 Determine the electrical circuit parameters of transmission lines

EE406 PC Digital Electronics Lab
CO1 Understand working of logic families and logic gates.
CO2 Design and implement Combinational and Sequential logic circuits.
CO3 Understand the process of Analog to Digital conversion and Digital to Analog conversion.
CO4 Be able to use PLDs to implement the given logical problem.
CO5 To implement synchronous state machines using flip flops.

EE407 PC Electrical Machines Lab – II
CO1 Assess the performance of different machines using different testing methods
CO2 To convert the Phase from three phase to two phase and vice versa
CO3 Compensate the changes in terminal voltages of synchronous generator after estimating the change by different methods
CO4 Control the active and reactive power flows in synchronous machines
CO5 Start different machines and control the speed and power factor.

EE408 PC Control Systems Lab
CO1 How to improve the system performance by selecting a suitable controller and/or a compensator for a specific application
CO2 Apply various time domain and frequency domain techniques to assess the system performance
CO3 Apply various control strategies to different applications(example: Power systems, electrical drives etc)
CO4 Test system controllability and observability using state space representation and applications of state space representation to various systems
CO5 To design various controllers and compensators to improve system performance.

MC409 Constitution of India
CO1 To realize the significance of constitution of India to students from all walks of life and help them to understand the basic concepts of Indian constitution.
CO2 To identify the importance of fundamental rights as well as fundamental duties
CO3 To understand the functioning of Union, State and Local Governments in Indian federal system.
CO4 To learn procedure and effects of emergency, composition and activities of election commission and amendment procedure.
CO5 To learn procedure and effects of emergency, composition and activities of election commission and amendment procedure.

Year 3 – SEMESTER 1
EE501 PE Power Electronics

CO1 Students ability to Understand the differences between signal level and power level devices and types of components & its characteristics.
CO2 Analyze the controlled rectifier circuits of single phase and three phase for different loads.
CO3 Analyze the operation of DC-DC choppers and its types
CO4 Analyze the operation of voltage source inverters of single phase and three phase for different loads
CO5 Analyze the AC-AC controlled circuits of single phase and three phase for different loads and principle of cyclo converter.

EE502 PE Power System – II
CO1 Analyze transmission line performance.
CO2 Apply load compensation techniques to control reactive power
CO3 Understand the application of per unit quantities.
CO4 Design over voltage protection and insulation coordination
CO5 Determine the fault currents for symmetrical and unbalanced faults

EE503 PE Measurement & instrumentation
CO1 Identify various types of electronic instrument suitable for specific measurement and Classify various errors present in measuring instruments.
CO2 Understand construction, working principle and types of oscilloscopes.
CO3 Comprehend different types of signal generators and analyzers, their construction and operation.
CO4 Describe the working principle, selection criteria and applications of various transducers used in measurement systems.
CO5 Identify various types of electronic instrument suitable for specific measurement. And Classify various errors present in measuring instruments.

EE512 PE High Voltage Engineering
CO1 Understand the basic physics related to various breakdown processes in solid, liquid and gaseous insulating materials.
CO2 Knowledge of generation and measurement of DC.
CO3 Knowledge of tests on HV equipment and on insulating materials
CO4 Knowledge of how over-voltages arise in a power system
CO5 High voltage testing methods

SM504MS Business Economics and Financial Analysis
CO1 The students will understand the various Forms of Business and the impact of economic variables on the Business.
CO2 The Demand, Supply, Production, Cost, Market Structure, Pricing aspects are learnt.
CO3 To Acquire knowledge on pricing strategies for the products.
CO4 The Students can study the firm’s financial position by analysing the Financial Statements of a Company.
CO5 Familiarize with Finical Analysis through ratios.

EE505 PC Power System Simulation lab
CO1 Perform various transmission line calculations
CO2 Understand Different circuits time constants
CO3 Analyze the experimental data and draw the conclusions.
CO4 To analyze the data using software tools
CO5 To understand the high frequency transitions.

EE506 PC Power Electronics lab
CO1 Students must be able to correlate theoretical and practical analysis of AC-AC, DC-AC converters, AC and DC drives
CO2 Analyze the characteristics of MOSFET, IGBT, SCR and SCR firing CKTs,
CO3 Able to understand these commutation techniques.
CO4 Able to understand about series and parallel inverters.
CO5 Able to understand about converter fed to AC and DC drives.

EE507 PC Measurement & Instrumentation Lab
CO1 The student is able to choose instruments
CO2 The student is able to test any instrument
CO3 Find the accuracy of any instrument by performing experiment
CO4 Calibrate PMMC instrument using D.C potentiometer
CO5 Students will be determined ratio and phase angle errors of current and potential transformer.

EN508 HS Advanced communication Skills Lab
CO1 Acquire vocabulary and use it contextually
CO2 Listen and speak effectively, confidently in formal and informal contexts
CO3 Develop proficiency in academic reading and writing
CO4 Increase possibilities of job prospects
CO5 Communicate confidently in formal and informal contexts.

MC510 Intellectual Property Rights
CO1 Distinguish and Explain various forms of IPRs
CO2 Identify criteria’s to fit one’s own intellectual work in particular form of IPRs
CO3 Apply statutory provisions to protect particular form of IPRs.
CO4 Identify procedure to protect different forms of IPRs national and international level
CO5 Develop skill of making search using modern tools and techniques.

Year 3 – SEMESTER 2
EE612 PE Power Semiconductor Drives

CO1 Identify the drawbacks of speed control of motor by conventional methods and Differentiate Phase controlled and chopper-controlled DC drives speed-torque characteristics merits and demerits.
CO2 Four Quadrant Operation and Control of DC motor by Chopper.
CO3 Understand Ac Induction motor drive speed–torque characteristics using different control strategies its merits and demerits
CO4 Slip power recovery schemes and its control.
CO5 Understand Ac synchronous motor drive speed–torque characteristics using different control strategies its merits and demerits

CE600OE Disaster Preparedness & Planning Management
CO1 To Understand basic concepts in Disaster Management
CO2 To Understand Definitions and Terminologies used in Disaster Management
CO3 To Understand Types and Categories of Disasters
CO4 To Understand the Challenges posed by Disasters
CO5 To understand Impacts of Disasters Key Skills

EE601 PC Signals and Systems
CO1 Differentiate various signal functions.
CO2 Represent any arbitrary signal in time and frequency domain.
CO3 Understand the characteristics of linear time invariant systems.
CO4 Analyze the signals with different transform technique
CO5 Analyze discrete time signals and systems by using appropriate mathematical tools

EE602 PC Microprocessors and Microcontrollers
CO1 Understands the internal architecture, organization and assembly language programming of 8086 processors
CO2 Understands the internal architecture, organization and assembly language programming of 8051 microcontrollers
CO3 Understands the interfacing techniques to 8086 and 8051 based systems
CO4 Understands the internal architecture of ARM processors and basic concepts of advanced ARM Processors.
CO5 Design electrical circuitry to the Microprocessor I/O ports in order to interface the processor to external devices.

EE603 PC Power System Protection
CO1 Compare and contrast electromagnetic, static and microprocessor-based relays
CO2 Apply technology to protect power system components.
CO3 Select relay settings of over current and distance relays.
CO4 Analyze quenching mechanisms used in air, oil and vacuum circuit breakers.
CO5 To understand the phenomenon of over voltages and its characteristics and neutral grounding for overall protection.

EE604 PC Power System Operation and Control
CO1 To know the importance of frequency control
CO2 Understand operation and control of power systems.
CO3 Analyze various functions of Energy Management System (EMS) functions.
CO4 Analyze whether the machine is in stable or unstable position.
CO5 Understand power system deregulation and restructuring

EE605 PC Power System lab
CO1 Perform various load flow techniques
CO2 Understand Different protection methods
CO3 Analyze the experimental data and draw the conclusions.
CO4 Perform various load flow techniques
CO5 Students will be able to find sequence impedance of three phase synchronous machine and transformer.

EE606 PC Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Lab
CO1 Identify relevant information to supplement to the Microprocessor and Microcontroller course. Arithmetic, Logical, String Operations on 16 Bit and 32-Bit Data Bit level Logical Operations, Rotate, Shift, Swap and Branch Operations
CO2 Set up programming strategies and select proper mnemonics and run their program on the training boards.
CO3 Practice different types of programming Assembly Language Programs to Perform Arithmetic (Both Signed and Unsigned) 16 Bit Data Operations, Logical Operations (Byte and Bit Level Operations), Rotate, Shift, Swap and Branch Instructions Time delay Generation using Timers of 8051. Serial Communication from/to 8051 to/from I/O devices
CO4 Develop testing and experimental procedures on Program Using Interrupts to Generate Square Wave 10 KHZ Frequency on P2.1 Using Timer 0 8051 in 8 bit Auto reload Mode and Connect a 1 HZ Pulse to INT1 pin and Display on Port 0. Assume Crystal Frequency as 11.0592 MHZ
CO5 Prepare Interfacing I/O Devices to 8051, 7 Segment Display to 8051. Matrix Keypad to 8051, Sequence Generator Using Serial Interface in 8051.8 bit ADC Interface to 8051.Triangular Wave Generator through DAC interfaces to 8051.

EE607 PC Signals and Systems Lab
CO1 Understand the concepts of continuous time and discrete time systems.
CO2 Analyze systems in complex frequency domain.
CO3 Understand sampling theorem and its implications
CO4 Understand the concepts of continuous time and discrete time systems.
CO5 To analyze sampling principles and various transform techniques.

MC609 Environmental Science
CO1 Based on this course, the Engineering graduate will understand /evaluate / develop technologies on the basis of ecological principles and environmental regulations which in turn helps in sustainable development
CO2 Appreciate the ethical, cross-cultural, and historical context of environmental issues and the links between human and natural systems.
CO3 Reflect critically about their roles and identities as citizens, consumers and environmental actors in a complex, interconnected world.
CO4 Appreciate that one can apply systems concepts and methodologies to analyze and understand interactions between social and environmental processes.
CO5 Appreciate key concepts from economic, political, and social analysis as they pertain to the design and evaluation of environmental policies and institutions.

Year 4 – SEMESTER 1
SM701MS Fundamentals of Management for Engineers

CO1 The students understand the significance of Management in their Profession. The various Management Functions like Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Leading, Motivation and Control aspects are learnt in this course. The students can explore the Management Practices in their domain area.
CO2 Understand the management concepts
CO3 Analyze the concepts of management
CO4 Development of managerial skills for engineers
CO5 Applications of concepts in practical aspects

EE711 PE Electrical and Hybrid Vehicles
CO1 Understand the models to describe hybrid vehicles and their performance.
CO2 Understand the different possible ways of energy storage.
CO3 Understand the different strategies related to energy storage systems.
CO4 To understand the fundamentals concepts, principles, analysis and design of hybrid and electric vehicles.
CO5 Students will be able to know the various aspects of hybrid and electric drive train.

EE721 PE HVDC Transmission
CO1 Compare EHV AC and HVDC system and to describe various types of DC links
CO2 Analyze Graetz circuit for rectifier and inverter mode of operation
CO3 Describe various methods for the control of HVDC systems and to perform power flow analysis
CO4 To study AC/DC systems
CO5 Describe various protection methods for HVDC systems and classify Harmonics and design

CS702 OE Python programming
CO1 Examine Python syntax and semantics and be fluent in the use of Python flow control and functions.
CO2 Demonstrate proficiency in handling Strings and File Systems.
CO3 Create, run and manipulate Python Programs using core data structures like Lists, Dictionaries and use Regular Expressions
CO4 Implement exemplary applications related to Network Programming, Web Services Databases in Python
CO5 Interpret the concepts of Object-Oriented Programming as used in Python

EE701 PC Electrical & electronics Design Lab
CO1 Get practical knowledge related to electrical
CO2 Fabricate basic electrical circuit elements/networks
CO3 Trouble shoot the electrical circuits
CO4 Design filter circuit for application
CO5 Get hardware skills such as soldering, winding etc.

EE702 PC Industrial Oriented Mini Project/ Summer Internship
CO1 Students will be able to practice acquired knowledge within the chosen area of technology for project development.
CO2 Identify, discuss and justify the technical aspects of the chosen project with a comprehensive and systematic approach.
CO3 Reproduce, improve and refine technical aspects for engineering projects.
CO4 Work as an individual or in a team in development of technical projects.
CO5 Communicate and report effectively project related activities and findings

EE703 PC Seminar
CO1 Establish motivation for any topic of interest and develop a thought process for technical presentation.
CO2 Organize a detailed literature survey and build a document with respect to technical publications.
CO3 Analysis and comprehension of proof-of-concept and related data
CO4 Effective presentation and improve soft skills.
CO5 Make use of new and recent technology (e.g. Latex) for creating technical reports

EE704 PC Project stage -I
CO1 Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic.
CO2 Undertake problem identification, formulation and solution.
CO3 Design engineering solutions to complex problems utilising a systems approach.
CO4 Conduct an engineering project
CO5 Communicate with engineers and the community at large in written an oral forms

Year 4 – SEMESTER 2
EE811 PE Power Quality & FACTS

CO1 the student will be able to Know the severity of power quality problems in distribution system and Understand the concept of voltage sag transformation from up-stream (higher voltages) to down-stream (lower voltage).
CO2 knowledge of FACTS Concept and general system considerations and Series/shunt reactive compensation at mid point & its comparison.
CO3 Understand the control circuits of Shunt Controllers SVC & STATCOM for various functions viz. Transient stability Enhancement, voltage instability prevention and power oscillation damping
CO4 Understand the Power and control circuits of Series Controllers GCSC, TSSC and TCSC
CO5 Knowledge of the Unified Power Flow Controller including its circuit arrangement, Operation and control.

EE822 PE Electrical Distribution Systems
CO1 To distinguish between transmission and distribution systems and feeder analysis.
CO2 To understand Substation installation and to analyze the power loss in Substation and Voltage drop.
CO3 Design protection of distribution systems. Coordination of Protective devices.
CO4 To understand the importance of compensation and pf improvement.
CO5 To understand the importance of protection of voltage control and pf improvement.

ME800OE Non Conventional Sources of Energy
CO1 Identify renewable energy sources and their utilization.
CO2 Understand the basic concepts of solar radiation and analyze the working of solar and thermal systems
CO3 Understand principles of energy conversion from alternate sources including wind, geothermal, ocean, biomass, biogas and hydrogen
CO4 Understand the concepts and applications of fuel cells, thermoelectric convertor and MHD generator
CO5 Identify methods of energy storage for specific applications

EE704 PC Project Stage – II
CO1 Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic.
CO2 Undertake problem identification, formulation and solution.
CO3 Design engineering solutions to complex problems utilizing a systems approach.
CO4 Communicate with engineers and the community at large in written an oral forms
CO5 Conduct an engineering project

Course Outcomes (CO) R16 2,3,4 YEAR

MA301BS Mathematics – IV
CO1 Analyze the complex functions with reference to their analyticity, integration using Cauchy’s integral theorem
CO2 Find the taylor’s and laurent’s series expansion of complex functions The bilinear transformation
CO3 Evaluate a non-periodic function as integral representation
CO4 Evaluate any periodic function in term of sines and cosines
CO5 Analyze one dimensional wave and heat equation

EE302ES Electro-magnetic Fields
CO1 Apply vector calculus to static electric – magnetic fields.
CO2 Compute the force, fields & Energy for different charge & current configurations & evaluate capacitance and inductance
CO3 Analyze the MFI, Ampere circuit laws and its various applications.
CO4 Analyze the Force in Magnetic fields and Magnetic Potential & its equations and different inductance and its applications.
CO5 Analyze Maxwell’s equation in different forms (Differential and integral) in Electrostatic, Magnetic time varying fields

EE303ES Electrical Machines-I
CO1 Identify different parts of a DC machine & understand its operation
CO2 Carry out different testing methods to predetermine the efficiency of DC machines
CO3 Understand different excitation and starting methods of DC machines.
CO4 Control the voltage and speed of a DC machines
CO5 Analyze single phase and three phase transformers circuits

EE304ES Network Theory
CO1 Analyze the Electrical Circuits with the concept of Network topology, Apply the concepts of Magnetic circuit & Analyze Magnetic circuits and Determine self and mutually induced EMF’s for Magnetically coupled coils.
CO2 Understand the importance of three phase circuits and Analyze the three phase circuits with Star & Delta connected balanced and unbalanced loads
CO3 Analyze the transient behavior of electrical networks for various excitations.
CO4 Obtain the various network parameters for the given two port networks and Represent the transfer function for the given network.
CO5 Determine the parameters for the design of various filters.

EE305ES Electronic circuits
CO1 Apply the knowledge of BJT to design practical amplifier circuits.
CO2 Design electronic sub systems such as feedback amplifiers, oscillators and power amplifiers to meet the required specifications.
CO3 Design and analyze the large signal amplifiers
CO4 Design linear and non linear wave shaping circuits with different inputs.
CO5 Analyze multi vibrators using transistors.

EE306ES Electrical Machines Lab – I
CO1 Start and control the Different DC Machines.
CO2 Assess the performance of different machines using different testing methods.
CO3 Identify different conditions required to be satisfied for self – excitation of DC Generators.
CO4 Separate iron losses of DC machines into different components.
CO5 Acquire knowledge about the working of dc machines as generators and motors.
EC306ES Electronic Devices & Circuits Lab
CO1 After Completion of the course the student is able to Apply various devices to real time problems.
CO2 Compute frequency response of various amplifiers.
CO3 To understand the operation of millimeters, function generators, CRO’S, RPS.
CO4 Analysis the testing of active devices.
CO5 Students will be able to know the characteristics of various active devices.

EE307ES Network Lab
CO1 Student should be able to Analyze complex DC and AC linear circuits
CO2 Student should be able to Evaluate response in a given network by using theorems
CO3 Apply concepts of electrical circuits across engineering
CO4 Student should be able to measure active and reactive powers for star and delta connected balanced loads
CO5 Student should be able to express given Electrical Circuit in terms of A, B, C, D and Z, Y Parameter Model and Solve the circuits.

MC300ES Environmental Science And Technology
CO1 Based on this course, the Engineering graduate will understand /evaluate / develop technologies on the basis of ecological principles and environmental regulations which in turn helps in sustainable development
CO2 o Appreciate the ethical, cross-cultural, and historical context of environmental issues and the links between human and natural systems.
CO3 o Reflect critically about their roles and identities as citizens, consumers and environmental actors in a complex, interconnected world.
CO4 o Appreciate that one can apply systems concepts and methodologies to analyze and understand interactions between social and environmental processes.
CO5 o Appreciate key concepts from economic, political, and social analysis as they pertain to the design and evaluation of environmental policies and institutions.

Year 2 – Semester 2
EC401ES Switching Theory & Logic Design

CO1 Be able to manipulate numeric information in different forms, e.g. different bases, signed integers, various codes such as ASCII, Gray and BCD.
CO2 Be able to manipulate simple Boolean expressions using the theorems and postulates of Boolean algebra and to minimize combinational functions.
CO3 Be able to design and analyze small combinational circuits and to use standard combinational functions/building blocks to build larger more complex circuits.
CO4 Be able to design and analyze small sequential circuits and devices and to use standard sequential functions/building blocks to build larger more complex circuits.
CO5 To perform resonance circuit simulation

EE402ES Power System – I
CO1 Draw the layout of hydro power plant, thermal power station, Nuclear power plant and gas power plant and explain its operation
CO2 Describe A.C. and D.C. distribution systems and its voltage drop calculations
CO3 Illustrate various economic aspects of the power plant erection, operation and different tariff methods
CO4 To understand and compare air insulated and gas insulated substations.
CO5 Understand power factor improvement methods and determine economical power factor.

EE403ES Electrical Machines-II
CO1 Understand the concepts of rotating magnetic fields.
CO2 Understand the operation of ac machines.
CO3 Analyze performance characteristics of ac machines.
CO4 To understand operation, construction and types of single phase motors and their applications in house hold appliances and control systems.
CO5 Analyze the concept of regulation and its calculations and special machines.

EE404PC Control Systems
CO1 Improve the system performance by selecting a suitable controller and/or a compensator for a specific application.
CO2 Apply various time domain and frequency domain techniques to assess the system performance.
CO3 Apply various control strategies to different applications (example: Power systems, electrical drives etc…)
CO4 Test system Controllability and Observability using state space representation and applications of state space representation to various systems.
CO5 To design various controllers and compensators to improve system performance.

SM405MS Business Economics and Financial Analysis
CO1 The students will understand the various Forms of Business and the impact of economic variables on the Business.
CO2 The Demand, Supply, Production, Cost, Market Structure, Pricing aspects are learnt.
CO3 To Acquire knowledge on pricing strategies for the products.
CO4 The Students can study the firm’s financial position by analysing the Financial Statements of a Company.
CO5 Familiarize with Finical Analysis through ratios.

EE406ES Control Systems Lab
CO1 How to improve the system performance by selecting a suitable controller and/or a compensator for a specific application
CO2 Apply various time domain and frequency domain techniques to assess the system performance
CO3 Apply various control strategies to different applications(example: Power systems, electrical drives etc)
CO4 Test system controllability and observability using state space representation and applications of state space representation to various systems
CO5 How to improve the system performance by selecting a suitable controller and/or a compensator for a specific application

EE407ES Electrical Machines Lab – II
CO1 Assess the performance of different machines using different testing methods
CO2 To convert the Phase from three phase to two phase and vice versa.
CO3 Compensate the changes in terminal voltages of synchronous generator after estimating the change by different methods.
CO4 Control the active and reactive power flows in synchronous machines.
CO5 Start different machines and control the speed and power factor.

EE408ES Electronic Circuits Lab
CO1 Apply the concepts of amplifiers in the design of Public Addressing System.
CO2 Generate Sinusoidal wave forms.
CO3 Design stable system using feedback concepts.
CO4 Design multi vibrator using transistor.
CO5 The student is able to design and simulate linear and non linear wave shaping circuits.

MC400HS Gender Sensitization Lab
CO1 Students will have developed a better understanding of important issues related to gender in contemporary India.
CO2 Students will be sensitized to basic dimensions of the biological, sociological, psychological and legal aspects of gender. This will be achieved through discussion of materials derived from research, facts, everyday life, literature, and film.
CO3 Students will attain a finer grasp of how gender discrimination works in our society and how to counter it. Students will acquire insight into the gendered division of labour and its relation to politics and economics.
CO4 Men and women students and professionals will be better equipped to work and live together as equals.
CO5 Students will develop a sense of appreciation of women in all walks of life. Through providing accounts of studies and movements as well as the new laws that provide protection and relief to women, the textbook will empower students to understand and respond to gender violence.

Year 3 – SEMESTER 1
EE501PC Measurement & Instrumentation

CO1 Understand different types of measuring instruments, their construction, operation and characteristics
CO2 Identify the instruments suitable for typical measurements.
CO3 Apply the knowledge about transducers and instrument transformers to use them effectively.
CO4 Apply the knowledge of smart and digital metering for industrial applications
CO5 Identify various types of electronic instrument suitable for specific measurement. And Classify various errors present in measuring instruments

EE502PC Power system-II
CO1 Able to compute inductance and capacitance for different configurations of transmission lines.
CO2 Able to analyze the performance of transmission lines
CO3 Can understand transient’s phenomenon of transmission lines.
CO4 Able to calculate sag and tension calculations.
CO5 Will be able to understand overhead line insulators and underground cables.

EI503PE Microprocessors and Microcontrollers
CO1 Understands the internal architecture, organization and assembly language programming of 8086 processors
CO2 Understands the internal architecture, organization and assembly language programming of 8051/controllers
CO3 Understands the interfacing techniques to 8086 and 8051 based systems
CO4 Understands the internal architecture of ARM processors and basic concepts of advanced ARM Processors.
CO5 Design electrical circuitry to the Microprocessor I/O ports in order to interface the processor to external devices.

SM504MS Fundamental of Management
CO1 The students understand the significance of Management in their Profession.
CO2 The various Management Functions like Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Leading, Motivation and Control aspects are learnt in this course.
CO3 The students can explore the Management Practices in their domain area.
CO4 To understand the Management Concepts.
CO5 applications of Concepts in Practical aspects of business and development of Managerial Skills.

EC511OE Principles of Electronic Communications
CO1 Work on various types of modulations.
CO2 Should be able to use these communication modules in implementation.
CO3 Will have a basic understanding of various wireless and cellular, mobile and telephone communication systems.
CO4 Understanding of satellite, optical, cellular, mobile, wireless and telecom concepts.
CO5 To modulation and various analog and digital modulation schemes.

EE505PC Electrical Measurement & instrumentation lab
CO1 The student is able to choose instruments.
CO2 The student is able to test any instrument.
CO3 The student is able to find the accuracy of any instrument by performing experiment.
CO4 The student is able to calibrate PMMC instrument using D.C potentiometer.
CO5 The student is able to unknown inductance, resistance, capacitance by performing experiments on D.C Bridges & A. C Bridges.

EE506PC Basic Electrical simulation lab
CO1 Apply signal generation in different systems.
CO2 Analyze networks by various techniques.
CO3 Analyze circuit responses.
CO4 Analyze bridge rectifiers.
CO5 To analyze electrical circuit in simulation environment and To analyze harmonics in the systems.

EI507PC Microprocessors and Microcontrollers Lab
CO1 Identify relevant information to supplement to the Microprocessor and Microcontroller course. Arithmetic, Logical, String Operations on 16 Bit and 32-Bit Data.Bit level Logical Operations, Rotate, Shift, Swap and Branch Operations
CO2 Set up programming strategies and select proper mnemonics and run their program on the training boards.
CO3 Practice different types of programming Assembly Language Programs to Perform Arithmetic (Both Signed and Unsigned) 16 Bit Data Operations, Logical Operations (Byte and Bit Level Operations), Rotate, Shift, Swap and Branch Instructions Time delay Generation Using Timers of 8051. Serial Communication from / to 8051 to / from I/O devices
CO4 Develop testing and experimental procedures on Program Using Interrupts to Generate Square Wave 10 KHZ Frequency on P2.1 Using Timer 0 8051 in 8 bit Auto reload Mode and Connect a 1 HZ Pulse to INT1 pin and Display on Port 0. Assume Crystal Frequency as 11.0592 MHZ
CO5 Prepare Interfacing I/O Devices to 8051, 7 Segment Display to 8051. Matrix Keypad to 8051, Sequence Generator Using Serial Interface in 8051.8 bit ADC Interface to 8051.Triangular Wave Generator through DAC interfaces to 8051.

MC500HS Professional Ethics
CO1 The students will understand the importance of Values and Ethics in their personal lives and professional careers.
CO2 The students will learn the rights and responsibilities as an employee, team member and a global citizen.
CO3 The students will understand Professional Practices in Engineering and Central Responsibilities of Engineers
CO4 The students will learn the rights and responsibilities as an employee, team member and a global citizen.
CO5 The students will learn Global issues in Professional Ethics

Year 3 – SEMESTER 2
EE601PC Power Systems Analysis

CO1 Develop the Ybus and Zbus matrices
CO2 Analyze load flow for various requirements of the power system-I.
CO3 Analyze load flow for various requirements of the power system-II.
CO4 Analyze short circuit studies for the protection of power system.
CO5 Estimate stability and instability in power systems.

EE602PC Power Electronics
CO1 Choose the appropriate converter for various applications
CO2 Analyze the controlled rectifier circuits of single phase and three phase for different loads.
CO3 Analyze the AC-AC controlled circuits of single phase and three phase for different loads and principle of cycloconverter.
CO4 Analyze the operation of DC-DC choppers and its types.
CO5 Analyze the operation of voltage source inverters of single phase and three phase for different loads.

EE603PC Switch Gear and Protection
CO1 Understand the types of Circuit breakers and protection of power system equipment.
CO2 Understand the choice of Relays for appropriate protection of power system equipment.
CO3 Understand various types of Protective devices in Electrical Power Systems.
CO4 Interpret the existing transmission voltage levels and various means to protect the system against over voltages.
CO5 Understand the importance of Neutral Grounding, Effects of Ungrounded Neutral grounding on system performance, Methods and Practices.

CS622OE Software Testing Methodologies
CO1 Ability to apply the process of testing and various methodologies in testing for developed software.
CO2 Ability to write test cases for given software to test it before delivery to the customer.
CO3 To understand the software testing methodologies as flow graphs.
CO4 To understand the software testing methodologies as path testing.
CO5 To understand the software testing methodologies such as transaction flows testing, data flow testing, domain testing and logic base testing.

EE613PC Linear and Digital IC Applications
CO1 A thorough understanding of operational amplifiers with linear integrated circuits.
CO2 To introduce the theory and applications of analog multipliers and PLL.
CO3 To teach the theory of ADC and DAC.
CO4 Understanding of the different families of digital integrated circuits and their characteristics.
CO5 Also students will be able to design circuits using operational amplifiers for various applications.

EE604PC Power system Lab
CO1 Perform various load flow techniques.
CO2 Understand Different protection methods.
CO3 Analyze the experimental data and draw the conclusions.
CO4 the student will be able to perform testing of CT, PT’s and Insulator strings.
CO5 the student will be able to perform fault analysis on Transmission line models and Generators.

EE605PC Power Electronics Lab
CO1 Understand the operating principles of various power electronic converters.
CO2 Use power electronic simulation packages& hardware to develop the power converters.
CO3 Analyze and choose the appropriate converters for various applications.
CO4 the student is able to apply the concepts of power electronic converters for efficient conversion/control of power from source to load.
CO5 the student is able to Design the power converter with suitable switches meeting a specific load requirement.

EN606HS Advanced English communication Skills Lab
CO1 The students will be able to acquire vocabulary and use it different social context. At the same time listen and speak spoken English effectively.
CO2 The students will be able to read and comprehend texts proficiently.
CO3 The students will be able to communicate their ideas in writing coherently.
CO4 The students will be able to communicate confidently in formal and in informal context.
CO5 The students will acquire behavioral skills for their possible job prospects.

Year 4 – Semester 1
EE701PC Power Semiconductor Drives

CO1 Identify the drawbacks of speed control of motor by conventional methods and Differentiate Phase controlled and chopper-controlled DC drives speed-torque characteristics merits and demerits.
CO2 Four Quadrant Operation and Control of DC motor by Chopper.
CO3 Understand Ac Induction motor drive speed–torque characteristics using different control strategies its merits and demerits
CO4 Slip power recovery schemes and its control.
CO5 Understand Ac synchronous motor drive speed–torque characteristics using different control strategies its merits and demerits.

EE702PC Power System Operation and Control
CO1 Analyze the optimal scheduling of power plants, Analyze the steady state behavior of the power system for voltage and frequency fluctuations.
CO2 Describe reactive power control of a power system.
CO3 To understand unit commitment problem.
CO4 To understand the importance of economic load dispatch
CO5 Design suitable controller to dampen the frequency and voltage steady state oscillations.

EE722PE HVDC Transmission
CO1 Compare EHV AC and HVDC system and to describe various types of DC links.
CO2 Analyze Graetz circuit for rectifier and inverter mode of operation
CO3 Describe various methods for the control of HVDC systems and to perform power flow analysis in AC/DC systems
CO4 Describe various protection methods for HVDC systems
CO5 classify Harmonics and design different types of filters

EE732PE Power Quality
CO1 Know the severity of power quality problems in distribution system
CO2 Study of voltage power quality issue – short and long interruption.
CO3 Understand the concept of voltage sag transformation from up-stream (higher voltages) to down-stream (lower voltage).
CO4 Know the behavior of power electronics loads; induction motors, synchronous motor etc by the power quality issues.
CO5 Concept of improving the power quality to sensitive load by various mitigating custom power devices.

EE742PE EHV AC Transmission Systems
CO1 Understand the basic concepts of EHV AC transmission.
CO2 Get the Knowledge on EHV transmission line inductance and capacitance and Understand the voltage gradients of conducto.r
CO3 Identify corona effects on transmission lines.
CO4 Calculate electrostatic fields of EHVAC lines and its effects and Analyze travelling waves.
CO5 Distinguish various compensators for voltage control.

EE743PE Flexible A.C. Transmission Systems
CO1 Choose proper controller for the specific application based on system requirements.
CO2 Understand various systems thoroughly and their requirements.
CO3 Understand the control circuits of static Shunt Controllers various functions viz. Transient stability Enhancement, voltage instability prevention and power oscillation damping.
CO4 To Control STATCOM and SVC and their comparison and the regulation of STATCOM.
CO5 Understand the Power and control circuits of Series Controllers GCSC, TSSC and TCSC.

EE703PC Electrical Systems Simulation Lab
CO1 Design and Analyze electrical systems in time domain.
CO2 Analyze various transmission lines and perform fault analysis.
CO3 Model Load frequency control of Power Systems.
CO4 Design various Power Electronic Converters and Drives.
CO5 Design and Analyze electrical systems in frequency domain.

EE704PC Electrical & electronics Design Lab
CO1 Get practical knowledge related to electrical
CO2 Fabricate basic electrical circuit elements/networks
CO3 Trouble shoot the electrical circuits
CO4 Design filter circuit for application
CO5 Get hardware skills such as soldering, winding etc.

EE705PC Industrial Oriented Mini Project
CO1 Students will be able to practice acquired knowledge within the chosen area of technology for project development.
CO2 Identify, discuss and justify the technical aspects of the chosen project with a comprehensive and systematic approach.
CO3 Reproduce, improve and refine technical aspects for engineering projects.
CO4 Work as an individual or in a team in development of technical projects.
CO5 Communicate and report effectively project related activities and findings.

EE706PC Seminar
CO1 Establish motivation for any topic of interest and develop a thought process for technical presentation.
CO2 Organize a detailed literature survey and build a document with respect to technical publications.
CO3 Analysis and comprehension of proof-of-concept and related data
CO4 Effective presentation and improve soft skills.
CO5 Make use of new and recent technology (e.g. Latex) for creating technical reports

Year 4 – Semester 2
PE831OE Disaster Management

CO1 Understanding Disasters, man-made Hazards and Vulnerabilities.
CO2 Understanding disaster management mechanism.
CO3 Understanding capacity building concepts and planning of disaster managements.
CO4 Humanitarian Assistance before and after disaster.
CO5 Technological innovations in Disaster Risk Reduction: Advantages and problems.

EE822PE Electrical Distribution Systems
CO1 To distinguish between transmission and distribution systems and feeder analysis.
CO2 To understand Substation installation and to analyze the power loss in Substation and Voltage drop.
CO3 Design protection of distribution systems. Coordination of Protective devices.
CO4 To understand the importance of compensation and pf improvement.
CO5 To understand the importance of protection of voltage control and pf improvement.

EE863PE Utilization of Electric Power
CO1 Acquire knowledge on, electric drives characteristics and their applicability in industry based on the nature of different types of loads and their characteristics
CO2 To understand the methods of electric heating and welding.
CO3 Understands the concepts and methods of illumination.
CO4 To understand the concepts of electric drives and their application to electrical traction systems.
CO5 Apply the above concepts to real-world electrical and electronics problems and applications.

EE801PC Major Project
CO1 Demonstrate a sound technical knowledge of their selected project topic.
CO2 Undertake problem identification, formulation and solution.
CO3 Design engineering solutions to complex problems utilising a systems approach.
CO4 Communicate with engineers and the community at large in written an oral forms.
CO5 Conduct an engineering project and Demonstrate the knowledge, skills and attitudes of a Professional engineer