List of Subjects

Semester - II
S.No Subject Name Subject Code Credit
1 EE2151 Circuit Theory 4
Semester - III
2 EE2201 Measurements and instrumentation 3
3 EE2202 Electromagnetic Theory 4
Semester - IV
4 EE2253 Control Systems 4
5 EE2251 Electrical Machines - I 4
6 EE2252 Power plant engineering 4
Semester - V
7 EE2301 Power Electronics 3
8 EE2302 Electrical Machines - II 4
9 EE2303 Transmission and Distribution 4
Semester - VI
10 EE2351 Power System Analysis and Stability 4
11 EE2353 High Voltage Engineering 3
12 - Elective - I 3
13 EE2401 Power Sytem Operation and Control 3
14 EE2402 Protection and Switchgear 3
15 EE2403 Special electrical Machines 3
16 - Elective - II 3
17 EE2451 Electric Energy Generation,Utilisation& conservation 3
18 - Elective - II 3
19 - Elective - III 3

Student Outcome

  • To Understand - to understand the mathematical and physical foundations of electrical engineering and how these are used in electronic devices and systems. An understanding that engineering knowledge should be applied in an ethically responsible manner for the good of society.
  • To Question - to critically evaluate alternate assumptions, approaches, procedures, tradeoffs, and results related to engineering problems.
  • To Design - to design a variety of electronic and/or computer-based components and systems for applications including signal processing, communications, computer networks, and control systems.
  • To Lead - to lead a small team of student engineers performing a laboratory exercise or design project; to participate in the various roles in a team and understand how they contribute to accomplishing the task at hand.
  • To Communicate - to use written and oral communications to document work and present project results.