The Department offers B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering with intake of 110 students. The curriculum covers both breadth and depth of electrical and electronics domain. The students will undergo set of core courses to strengthen the fundamentals. The wide variety of electives enable students to specialise in their desired areas.

Programme Educational Objective:

PEO-1: To train students into professional who can hold appropriate positions in the area of 
(i) Electrical Power (ii) Generation of electrical power in conventional method for bulk use (iii) Generation Non conventional for tiding over the crisis (iv) Utilization of power: Efficiency, Reliability, Conservation, Availability, Quality.(v) Transmission Distribution and control (vi) Protection and safety (vii) Costing and audit (viii) Systems approach
(ix) Electronics (x) Data processing and computing.
PEO-2: To train students for Engineering professions of the kind (i) Operational (ii) Maintenance (iii) Research and innovation (iv) Design (v) Manufacturing (vi) Services
(vii) Testing (viii) Installation (ix) Planning (x) Academics (xi) Inter-disciplinary (xii) Defence (xiii) Management (xiv) Entrepreneurship (xv) Further studies; Core-Technical
(xvi) Further studies: Management (xv) Further studies: Software.
PEO-3: Objective is to develop students into good human beings, useful to the society through their core expertise (PEO-1 and PEO-2), with good human values and professional ethics.
PEO-4: Objective is to develop them for lifelong learning process in the core area (PEO-1, PEO-2), by giving them the state of the art technology and the learning process.
 
Programme Outcome:

PO-1. Fundamental knowledge and exposure to basic sciences to support the core (Electrical) engineering stream.
PO-2. Skill development and knowledge to use the mathematics and other basic sciences as a tool for the core (Electrical) engineering program.
PO-3. Knowledge and exposure to other engineering sciences and social sciences, aiding the programme core (Electrical) with due consideration to interdisciplinary intricacies.
PO-4. Based on the above PO (1 to 3) to develop skills to analyse the core (Electrical)  engineering problems, through experimentation and analysis.
PO-5. To develop the “understanding and the skills” needed to analyze core (Electrical) engineering problems which are complex and need to be learnt through scaled down lab-models, or simulations (Computer based). Development of soft skills to aid the core engineering discipline.
PO-6. To give basic understanding of economical, social, legal and safety issues associated with core (Electrical)  engineering discipline. 
PO-7. To impart knowledge related to renewable energy sources and energy conservation issues, point towards sustainable development, though the core (Electrical) engineering discipline.
PO-8. To impart knowledge related to professional practices applicable to engineering practices.
PO-9. Personality development to work in groups required for the system science related complex problems with multidisciplinary knowledge requirement through the program specific electives.
PO.10. To impart knowledge required for effective professional communications through technical writing, reports and presentations. 
PO-11. Skill development and knowledge in the area of core engineering activates (Electrical, Electronics, Power and Control) specific to the program.
PO-12. To impart education to learn over and above the planned curriculum leading self and lifelong learning habits.

The Department offers M. Tech in Power and Energy Systems with intake of 27 students. The curriculum is designed to cater to the needs of industries and utilities in power and energy systems. The equipments and softwares housed in the department will help the student to acquire necessary engineering skills.

Programme Educational Objectives

The program educational objectives (PEOs) can be broadly grouped in to four main heads with students being trained as the main stake holders of the program.

PEO­1: To train students into professionals who can hold appropriate positions in the area of Power and Energy Systems with specific advanced topics in

(i) Electrical Power (ii) Generation of electrical power in conventional method for bulk use (iii) Generation Non-conventional for tiding over the crisis (iv) Utilization of power: Efficiency, Reliability, Conservation, Availability, Quality. (v) Transmission Distribution and control (vi) Power equipment testing (vii) Protection and safety (viii) Costing and audit (ix) Systems approach (x) Electronics (xi) Computing.

PEO­2: To train students in the area of Power and Energy Systems for Engineering professions of the kind (i) Operations (ii) Maintenance (iii) Research and innovation (iv) Design (v) Fabrication (vi) Testing (vii) Planning (viii) Analysis (ix) Academics (x) Inter­disciplinary (xi) Further studies in Core Technical.

PEO­3: Objective is to develop students into good human beings, useful to the society through their core expertise (PEO­1 and PEO­2), with good human values and professional ethics.

PEO­4: Objective is to develop them for lifelong learning process in the core area (PEO­1, PEO­2), by giving them the state of the art technology and the learning process.

Expected Program Outcomes

PO­1.  Ability to apply the knowledge of basic sciences, mathematics and engineering in the broad area Power and Energy Systems.

PO­2.  Ability to design, conduct experiments, analyze & interpret data based on the ability of basic science and engineering to inculcate research abilities.

PO­3. Ability to understand the component, system or process to meet desired needs with in realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, and sustainability issues to function in multidisciplinary teams.

PO­4. Based on the above PO (1 to 3) to develop skills to analyse the core (Power and Energy System) related engineering problems, through experimentation and analysis.

PO­5. To develop the “understanding and the skills” needed to analyze power and energy system related problems which are complex and need to be learnt through scaled down lab models, or simulations (Computer based). (This is to development of soft skills to aid the core engineering discipline).

PO­6. To give basic understanding of economical, social, legal and safety issues associated with power and energy systems.

PO­7. To impart knowledge related to renewable energy sources and energy conservation issues, pointing towards sustainable development, in the power and energy discipline.

PO­8. To impart knowledge related to professional practices applicable to engineering practices by ingraining in the courses.

PO­9. Personality development to work in groups required for the system science related complex problems with multidisciplinary knowledge requirement through interconnected project/study activities.

PO10. To impart knowledge required for effective professional communications through technical writing, reports and presentations.

PO­11. Skill development and knowledge in the area of core engineering activates (Power and Energy Systems) specific to the program.

PO­12. To impart education to learn over and above the planned curriculum leading self and lifelong learning habits.

The Department offers Doctoral Programme to carry out research activities in various specialisations of electrical engineering. It has produced over 15 Ph.Ds and around 20 research scholars are currently carrying out research work.

 

Contact us

 Vinatha U
Associate Professor and Head of the Department
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering
National Institute of Technology Karnataka, Surathkal
Srinivasnagar, Surathkal, Mangalore-575025. Karnataka, India.
Ph : +91-824-2473045
Fax: +91-824-2474039
E-mail: hodee[AT]nitk[DOT]ac[DOT]in

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