Electrical and Electronics Engineering

CLT OVERVIEW

CENTER FOR LEARNING AND TEACHING

Curriculum is framed according to AICTE and Anna University norms. The IIT’s, NIT’s, leading Indian Universities and reputed autonomous college model syllabi are referred for curriculum and syllabi development.

Department follows a systematic process and plan for development of Design Thinking curriculum. For framing the curriculum, Two branches are mingled consist of Electrical & Electronics Engineering and Electronics & Instrumentation branch. It is named as the Board of Studies of Electrical Sciences.

The Board members are University Nominee, Industrial Experts, subject experts from reputed Institutions, faculty members and alumnus. The current needs of the industry / society are assessed by taking into account and the feedback reports given by the various stakeholders are incorporated in designing the curriculum.

Balanced curricular components are considered while framing syllabus as per university norms. Components are such as Design Thinking, Human Sciences, Basic Sciences, Engineering Sciences, Life Skills, Professional Core, Professional Electives on Five Technologies, Professional Tools, Open Electives and Career Courses are considered. Appropriate credits to each component, allotment of theory / practical sessions are decided by the Principal and the Head of the Department.

TEACHING AND LEARNING

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

STUDENT DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES

Various number of student development activities are constantly being practiced in each classrooms, enforced by our Center of Learning and Teaching.

TEACHING PEDAGOGIES

BEST PRACTICES

Integration of technology into education has enhanced the teaching/learning process to a higher level. The effective use of ICT in pedagogy has helped in grabbing the attention of the student throughout the session. Teaching-learning through various best practices such as Flipped Classroom, Role Play, Case Study, Group Discussion, Small Group Learning, Problem Based Learning, Project Based Learning etc., has elevated the level of it.

  • Outbound Training given to students to keep them mentally fit

  • Implementing Design Thinking mode of Learning

  • Kahoot Assessment

  • Debate on Current Topics

  • ICT enabled Classrooms and Teaching

  • Well developed curriculum and advanced learning materials through an online platform Courseware

  • Technical game play in current topics

  • Demo models for practical exposure

  • Adopting Bloom’s Taxonomy for deep learning and understanding

  • Providing students with all materials needed to complete an assignment

  • Defining clear classroom and assignment expectations and procedures

  • Presenting the goal and objective for each assignment

  • Encouragement and positive feedback to students

  • Allowing students to keep track of their learning progress

  • Accessibility of students via electronic communication

  • Monitoring student work

  • Allowing students to progress through assignments at their own pace

  • Providing help to understand and practice new knowledge

  • Allowing students to ask questions during online courses/assignments

  • Solutions-based teaching to solve problems

  • Supported by a collection of strategies and methods.

  • Develop empathy and understand the needs of the people we are designing solutions for.

  • Define problems and opportunities for designing solutions.

  • Generate and visualize creative ideas.

  • Develop prototypes.

  • Evaluate and test their designed solutions.

  • Learning Through Argumentation

  • Incidental Learning

  • Computational Thinking

  • Class Room Delivery Structure Description with photos & Links for sample

  • SNS Courseware

  • Teachers Manual and Workbook

  • Bloom’s Taxonomy

  • CO Assessment

  • Project-Based Learning, Problem Based Learning, Activity Based Learning, Google Class
    Room and Onsite Teaching

  • Gallery Walk, Game-Based Learning, Mind mapping chart, Industry based case study

  • For the Power Sytem Analysis Subject Mr.Bharath AP/ EEE used “Refelctors” methodology to enhance Effective Communication, to Assess the students understanding, to develop Interpersonal skills in III EEE class. Students actively participated in this activity
  • For the Special Electrical machines Subject Mr.Bharath AP/ EEE used “Role play” methodology to gain Knowledge on principle of Synchronous reluctance Motor, Witnesses the operation of Synchronous reluctance Motor, Develop Interpretational skills & Eliminate stage fear for IV EEE. Students actively involved in this activity.
  • For Electrical machines and drives Subject Dr.R.Senthil Kumar ASP /EEE used demo model based teaching methodology for Mechanical students. Students gained real time informations about the Construction of 3 phase induction motor.
  • For Electrical machines and drives Subject Dr.R.Senthil Kumar ASP /EEE used demo model based teaching methodology for Mechanical students. Students gained Principle of operation of 3 phase induction motor – role play RED YELLOW BLUE—-RMF principle.

CURRICULUM FRAMEWORK

DESIGN THINKING BASED EDUCATIONAL FRAMEWORK

    INSTITUTIONAL DT COURSES

  • DESIGN THINKING

  • LIFE SKILL DEVELOPMENT

  • COMMUNICATIVE ENGLISH

  • PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION

  • PERSONALITY DEVELOPMENT

  • FOREIGN LANGUAGES

  • GLOBAL BUSINESS ETHICS AND LAW

  • VERBAL/QUANTITATIVE APTITUDE/REASONING

  • ESSENCE OF GLOBAL CULTURE

    PROGRAM DT COURSES

  • EMERGING MOOC COURSES

  • 2 CODING LANGUAGES

  • 2 DEPARTMENT SPECIFIC TOOLS

  • BASIC S&H COURSES

  • PROGRAM SPECIFIC ENGINEERING/ ARTS/ SCIENCE/ CORE/ ELECTIVE COURSES

  • 5 INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES

    CAREER DT COURSES

  • MINI PROJECTS

  • INTERNSHIPS

  • INDUSTRIAL TRAINING

  • INDUSTRIAL PROJECTS

  • STUDENTS EXCHANGE PROGRAMME

  • CAPSTONE PROJECT

  • 4 CAREER TRACKS

    NON-ACADEMIC DT COURSES

  • WEEKEND ONLINE PRACTICE

  • CODING

  • SUBJECT DOMAIN SPECIFIC

  • VQAR

  • INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES/TOOLS

  • EXTRA CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES

  • YOGA/ MEDITATION/ READING/ CLUB ACTIVITIES/ SPORTS/ TOP CONTEST PARTICIPATION

4 CAREER TRACKS

DESIGN THINKING

Design thinking is a novel approach of solving engineering and social problem from the customer perspective. All most all global corporate gaints are pioneering in design thinking and internationally recognized universities and institutions are also deploying design thinking in their curriculum. We are 1st  institutions in India who has successfully implemented design thinking at our curriculum level and have also trained faculties and students in the process. Design thinking makes the students more inclined to the customer perspective to identify their need and employ technology to provide it.

7+5 THRUST AREAS

The world as we know is is moving to greater heights with seven fields comprising Agriculture and Food Technology, Healthcare and Biomedical, Power & Energy, Aerospace and Defence, Automobile, Smart city and Fintech, being the fore runners in the world economy. There are five revolutionary technologies of Augmented Reality & Virtual Realty, Internet of Things, Data Analytics, Robotics and Automation and 3D Printing. The combination of the fields and the influencing technologies are framed as the 7+5 thrust areas. The institution focuses and works in these seven fields through the five technologies. Students and faculty as one are given opportunity to learn, practice and master over these areas.

Industry Verticals

  • Agriculture & Food Technology
  • Healthcare & Biomedical
  • Power & Energy
  • Aerospace & Defence
  • Automobiles
  • Smart city
  • Fintech

Technology

  • Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality
  • Internet of Things
  • Data Analytics
  • Robotics & Automation
  • 3D Printing

BUSINESS MODEL CANVAS (BMC)

As a part of start-up culture, Aspiring Entrepreneurs should aware about Business Model Canvas (BMC) while pitching the startup idea to investors.  Business Model Canvas (BMC) should be short, simple and compelling.

For that our curriculum is implemented with Design thinking. So every student exposure to different canvas model for business.

SNS Courseware

Every course teacher uploads his/her lesson plan, lecture notes, assignments, Puzzles, Question banks with answer keys, multiple-choice questions (MCQs), etc in the college web portal www.snscourseware.org which are accessible by the students anywhere at any time. All the contents shared in the classroom are also uploaded on the website for students’ reference. Online learning holds the promise of broadening access to higher education to more individuals, while also lowering costs for students

SNS Courseware

CURRICULUM AND SYLLABUS

OUR SYLLABUS

Curriculum consists of Theory Courses, Theory Integrated Practical Courses, Practical courses and Industry/Internship exchange courses. Each syllabus is framed with appropriate credits, consisting of five units. First unit probably the introduction part of the course, second and third unit contains the in depth knowledge sharing part. Fourth unit is application oriented and fifth unit is design thinking part, where the students can able to utilize the concept in developing a project / prototype / product.

SUBJECT AREA AICTE TOTAL CREDITS  

SNS TOTAL CREDITS

 

CREDITS PER SEMESTER
I II III IV V VI VII VIII
Basic Science(BSC) 25 24 8 8 3 3 0 0 2 0
Human Science(HSMC) 12 14 3 2 4 2 0 0 3 0
Engineering Science(ESC) 24 22 8 14 0 0 0 0 0 0
Program Core(PCC) 48 48 0 0 15 13 12 8 0 0
Program Elective(PEC) 18 13 0 0 0 0 5 5 3 0
Open Elective(OEC) 18 6 0 0 0 0 0 3 3 0
Project/Seminar/Internship (EEC) 15 42 3 1 3 6 7 4 4 14
Mandatory Course (MC) Y Y Y Y
TOTAL 160 169 22 25 25 24 24 20 15 14
SEMESTER I
S No. Course Code Course Name L T P J Contact hrs/week Credit Int/Ext Category
Theory Courses
1. 19MAT101 Linear Algebra and Calculus 3 1 0 0 4 4 50/50 BSC
2. 19CST101 Programming for Problem Solving 3 0 0 0 3 3 50/50 ESC
3. 19GET102 Basic Civil and Mechanical Engineering 3 0 0 0 3 3 50/50 ESC
Theory Integrated Practical Courses
4. 19PYB101 Engineering Physics 3 0 2 0 5 4 60/40 BSC
5. 19ENB101 Communicative English 2 0 2 0 4 3 60/40 HSMC
6. 19GEB101 Design Thinking and  Innovation 1 0 0 4 5 3 0/100 EEC
Practical courses
7. 19CSP101 Programming for Problem Solving lab 0 0 4 0 4 2 60/40 ESC
Mandatory Course
19HST101 Environmental Science 2 0 0 0 2 0 100/0 MC
Induction Program 3 Weeks 0 100/0 MC
Total 15 1 8 4 28 22 700
SEMESTER III
S No. Course Code Course L T P J Contact hrs/week Credit Int/Ext Category
Theory Courses
1. 19MAT201 Transforms and Partial Differential Equations 3 0 0 0 3 3 50/50 BSC
2. 19EET

201

Field Theory 2 1 0 0 3 3 50/50 PCC
3. 19EET

202

Analog Electronic Circuits 3 0 0 0 3 3 50/50 PCC
4. Object Oriented Programming 3 0 0 0 3 3 50/50 PCC
5. Personal Development 2 0 0 0 2 2 50/50 HSMC
6. VQAR – 1 2 0 0 0 2 2 50/50 HSMC
Theory Integrated Practical Courses
7. 19EEB203 DC Machines and Transformer 3 0 2 0 5 4 60/40 PCC
8. Python Programming 1 0 1 0 2 2 60/40 EEC
Practical courses
9. Object Oriented Programming Lab 0 0 4 0 4 2 60/40 PCC
10. 19EEP

205

Mini Project-2 0 0 0 2 2 1 100/0 EEC
Mandatory Course
Essence of Global Culture 2 0 0 0 2 0 100/0 MC
Total 19 1 7 2 28 25 1000
S.NO. COURSE CODE COURSE TITLE CAT CONTACT PERIODS L T P C PRE-REQUISITES
THEORY
1. 16MA201 Transforms and Partial Differential Equations BS 4 3 1 0 4 16MA102
2. 16IT206 Data Structures and Algorithms ES 3 3 0 0 3 16CS101
3. 16EE202 Electronic Devices and Circuits ES 3 3 0 0 3 16PY102

16EE102

4. 16EE201 Field Theory PC 4 3 1 0 4 16PY101
5. 16EE203 Linear and Digital Circuits PC 3 3 0 0 3 16EE102
6. 16EE204 DC Machines and Transformers PC 3 3 0 0 3 16PY101
7. 16GE211 Career Development Programme

(Soft skill)- III*

EEC 3 1 0 2 2*
PRACTICAL
8. 16EE209 Analog and Digital Electronics Laboratory ES 4 0 0 4 2 16EE103
9. 16IT207 Data Structures and Algorithms Laboratory ES 2 0 0 2 1 16CS102
10. 16EE210 DC Machines and Transformers Laboratory PC 4 0 0 4 2 16GE102
TOTAL 33 20 2 11 25+2*  
SEMESTER IV
S No. Course Code Course L T P J Contact hrs/week Credit Int/Ext Category
Theory Courses
1. Numerical methods 3 0 0 0 3 3 50/50 BSC
2. 19EET207 Synchronous and Induction Machines 3 0 0 0 3 3 50/50 PCC
3. 19EET208 Digital Electronics and Integrated Circuits 3 0 0 0 3 3 50/50 PCC
4. 17EET209 Measurements and Instrumentation 3 0 0 0 3 3 50/50 PCC
5. Augmented Reality / Virtual Reality (MOOC) 2 0 0 0 2 2 50/50 EEC
6. VQAR – 2 2 0 0 0 2 2 50/50 HSMC
Practical Courses
7. 19EEP211 Synchronous and Induction Machines Laboratory 0 0 4 0 4 2 60/40 PCC
8. 19EEP212 Electronics Circuits Laboratory 0 0 4 0 4 2 60/40 PCC
9. 19EEP213 Tool 1 – Proteus software 0 0 4 0 4 2 60/40 EEC
10. 19EEP214 Internship / Industrial Training /Exchange 1 Week – DURING VACATION 2 100/0 EEC
Total 16 0 12 0 28 24 1000
SEMESTER V
S No. Course Code Course L T P J Contact hrs/week Credit Int/Ext Category
Theory Courses
1. 19EET301 Control Systems 2 1 2 0 5 4 50/50 PCC
2. 19EET302 Power Electronics and Drives 3 0 0 0 3 3 50/50 PCC
3. 19EET303 Power System-I 3 1 0 0 4 4 50/50 PCC
4. Professional Elective-I 3 0 0 0 3 3 50/50 PEC
5. Robotics & Industrial Automation (PE) 2 0 0 0 2 2 50/50 PEC
6. Career Course- I 2 0 0 0 2 2 50/50 EEC
7. Career Course- II 2 0 0 0 2 2 50/50 EEC
Practical Courses
8.. 19EEP305 Power Electronics and Drives Laboratory 0 0 2 0 2 1 60/40 PCC
9. 19EEP306 Tool 2    – MATLAB / Simulink 0 0 4 0 4 2 60/40 EEC
10. 19EEP307 Mini Project -3 0 0 0 2 2 1 100/0 EEC
Total 17 2 8 2 28 24 1000
SEMESTER VI
S No. Course Code Course L T P J Contact hrs/week Credit Int/Ext Category
Theory Courses
1. Professional Elective-II 3 0 0 0 3 3 50/50 PEC
2. Open Elective-I 3 0 0 0 3 3 50/50 OEC
3. Career Course- III 2 0 0 0 2 2 50/50 EEC
4. IoT  for Electrical Sciences (PE) 2 0 0 0 2 2 50/50 PEC
Theory  Integrated  Practical Courses
5. 19EEB310 Microprocessor and Microcontrollers 3 0 2 0 5 4 60/40 PCC
6. 19EEB311 Power System-II 3 0 2 0 5 4 60/40 PCC
Practical Courses
7. 19EEP312 Internship / Industrial Training /Exchange 1 Week – DURING VACATION 2 100/0 EEC
Total 16 0 4 0 20 20 700
SEMESTER VII
S No. Course Code Course L T P J Contact hrs/week Credit Int/Ext Category
Theory Courses
1. Open Elective-II 3 0 0 0 3 3 50/50 OEC
2. Professional Elective-III 3 0 0 0 3 3 50/50 PEC
3. Language (German / Hindi / Japanese) 2 0 0 0 2 2 50/50 HSMC
4. Global business ethics & law

(Value education, Work Culture)

1 0 0 0 1 1 50/50 HSMC
5. Data Analytics (MOOC) 2 0 0 0 2 2 50/50 EEC
6 Biology for Engineers 2 0 0 0 2 2 50/50 BSC
Practical Courses
7. 19EEP403 Project  – I 0 0 0 4 4 2 60/40 EEC
Total 13 0 0 4 17 15 700
SEMESTER VIII
S No. Course Code Course L T P J Contact hrs/week Credit Int/Ext Category
Practical Courses
1. 3D printing (MOOC) / Tool 3 2 0 0 0 2 2 50/50 EEC
2. 19EEP405 Project  – II 0 0 0 24 24 12 60/40 EEC
Total 2 0 0 24 26 14 200  

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT

Faculty Development

All the faculties are having culture to constantly enrich their knowledge by attending faculty development courses and Short term courses organised under ATAL , TEQUIP, QIP, Guest Lectures, seminars, conference and much more programs in various International universities, IITs, NITs, IIITs and other government institutions during their summer and winter vacation. The Emerging domains like IoT, Data Analytics, AR /VR, 3D printing, Robotics and Automation are the major topics that chosen by the faculties that can be matched with our institute thrust area. All the faculties are mandated to get NPTEL certificates for every academic year.

DOCTORATES

Dr.C.Ramakrishnan
Dr.C.Ramakrishnan
Associate Professor
Dr. R. Senthil Kumar
Dr. R. Senthil Kumar
Associate Professor
Dr.R.Karthik
Dr.R.Karthik
Associate Professor

FACULTY DEVELOPMENT ACTIVITIES

  • Mrs.C.Aishwarya, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “”Power Electronic System Design and Applications”” organised by Coimbatore Institute of Technology, Coimbatore.  From 04.06.2018 To 10.06.2018
  • Mr.S.Bharath, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “”Recent Technologies Adopted in Industries for Health Care, Defence and Space Applications”” organised by Sri Ramakrishna Engineering College, Coimbatore. From 11.6.2018 To 16.6.2018
  • Dr.C.Ramakrishnan, Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on”” I – mentor”” organised by Forge factory, coimbatore From 14.11.2018 To 6.11.2018
  • R.Rajasekaran, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Development of Laboratory Instruction and Manual” organised by  NITTTR, Kolkata and SNS College of Technology From 04.02.2019 To 08.02.2019
  • M.Poornima, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Development of Laboratory Instruction and Manual” organised by NITTTR, Kolkata and SNS College of Technology From 04.02.2019 To 08.02.2019
  • R.Vijayakumar, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Development of Laboratory Instruction and Manual” organised by  NITTTR, Kolkata and SNS College of Technology From 04.02.2019 To 08.02.2019
  • C.Aishwarya, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Development of Laboratory Instruction and Manual” organised by  NITTTR, Kolkata and SNS College of Technology From 04.02.2019 To 08.02.2019
  • R.Vijayakumar, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “CC3200 development Board” organised by SNS College of Engineering From 19.6.17 to 21.6.17
  • S.Bharath, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Smart Power Grid Technologies” organised by Government college of Technology, Coimbatore from 17.11.2017-30.11.2017
  • R.Vijayakumar, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Smart Power Grid Technologies” organised by Government college of Technology, Coimbatore from 17.11.2017-30.11.2017
  • R.Vijayakumar, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Design of Electrical Machines” organised by Karpagam Institute of Technology 6.12.2017-12.12.2017
  • M.Poornima, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Design of Electrical Machines” organised by Karpagam Institute of Technology 6.12.2017-12.12.2017
  • S.Jayashree, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Electrical and Electronic Systems in Wind and Solar Energy Applications” organised by NITTTR, Chennai From 08.01.2018-12.01.2018
  • R.Vijayakumar, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Design of Embedded Systems and Robotics” organised by Karpagam University, Coimbatore From 01.06.2016 to 11.06.2016
  • R.Pradeep, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Advances in Power Electronics and Drives” organised by JCT College of  Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore From 29.6.2016 & 30.6.2016
  • M.Poornima, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Advances in Power Electronics and Drives” organised by JCT College of Engineering and Technology, Coimbatore From 29.6.2016 & 30.6.2016
  • R.Rajasekaran, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Solar Wind Hybrid Systems” organised by National Institute of wind Energy, Pune 01.07.2016
  • R.Rajasekaran, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Power gear, Control gear & Type 2 Coordination” organised by STARS Training Industry, Coimbatore during 09.07.2016, 23.07.2016 & 13.08.2016
  • R.Senthil Kumar, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Power gear, Control gear & Type 2 Coordination” organised by STARS Training Industry, Coimbatore during 09.07.2016, 23.07.2016 & 13.08.2016
  • R.Karthick, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Power gear, Control gear & Type 2 Coordination” organised by STARS Training Industry, Coimbatore during 09.07.2016, 23.07.2016 & 13.08.2016
  • S.Jayashree, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Power gear, Control gear & Type 2 Coordination” organised by STARS Training Industry, Coimbatore during 09.07.2016, 23.07.2016 & 13.08.2016
  • S.Bharath, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Power gear, Control gear & Type 2 Coordination” organised by STARS Training Industry, Coimbatore during 09.07.2016, 23.07.2016 & 13.08.2016
  • R.Vijaya Kumar, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Power gear, Control gear & Type 2 Coordination” organised by STARS Training Industry, Coimbatore during 09.07.2016, 23.07.2016 & 13.08.2016
  • M.Poornima, Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Power gear, Control gear & Type 2 Coordination” organised by STARS Training Industry, Coimbatore during 09.07.2016, 23.07.2016 & 13.08.2016
  • C.Aishwarya Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Power gear, Control gear & Type 2 Coordination” organised by STARS Training Industry, Coimbatore during 09.07.2016, 23.07.2016 & 13.08.2016
  • J.R.Beny Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Power gear, Control gear & Type 2 Coordination” organised by STARS Training Industry, Coimbatore during 09.07.2016, 23.07.2016 & 13.08.2016
  • T.Santhiya Assistant Professor of EEE Department attended a Faculty Development Programme on “Power gear, Control gear & Type 2 Coordination” organised by STARS Training Industry, Coimbatore during 09.07.2016, 23.07.2016 & 13.08.2016
  • Anna University Approved Faculty Development and Training Programme on the topic “ELECTRICAL MACHINES-II” by Mr.Murugesan, General Manager, Perfect Engineers, Coimbatore & Dr.M.Sundaram, Professor, Department of Robotics and Automation Engineering, PSG college of Technology, Coimbatore was condunt on 23.05.2018 – 29.05.2018 Around 20 members from the faculty community benifited from the session

WEBINARS

  • A Webinar on “What to learn and unlearn to meet industry’s skill set expectations” by Mr.Ramprasad, Field Application Engineer, TE CONNECTIVITY, Banglore was conducted on 30.04.2020. Around 42 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A Webinar on “How to become an Industry Ready Engineer” by Mrs.G.Mogana Lakshmi, Assistant manager, EXL SERVICES, Ghaziabad conducted on 07.05.2020 Around 40 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A Webinar on “Attitude is Altitude” by Mrs.Anu Ravichandran, Senior Executive Engineer, CONTINENTAL AUTOMOTIVES, Banglore conducted on 08.05.2020. Around 35 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • Alumini webinar on “Engineering Graduate To Engineer” Mr.Robert Browlin Antony, Hardware Design Engineer, E1 DATA PATTERNS PVT INDIA LIMITED, Chennai on 14.05.2020 Around 42 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A Webinar on “How to succeed in off campus placements” by Mr.Niranjan, Application Engineer,MEKAR AIR HANDLING UNITS, BUR DUBAI, UAE on 22.05.2020 Around 45 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A Webinar on “How to Bring best in you” by Mrs. Jolana Jacob, Founder ‘Space Within’ , Coimbatore conducted on 30.05.2020. Around 45 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A Webinar on “How to sell yourself in an Interview” by Mr.N.Avinash /Design Engineer ,Renault Nissan ( Research and Development), Chennai. on 7.5.2020 Around 44 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A webinar on “Deep learning using anaconda” Mr.T.Dinesh, Managing Director, Sai Incubation center, Chinniyampalayam, Coimbatore, on 1.5.2020 Around 50 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A webinar on “Job Opening for Electrical Engineers in abroad” by Premkumar Gurunathan, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineer,  Ecash, 13-15 Lyonpark Rd, Macquarie Park NSW 2113, Australia on 8.5.2020  Around 40 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A webinar on “High voltage equipment testing and Commisioning” by Ramkumar, Testing and Commisioning Engineer, Mahendra TEQO, HSR Layout, Bengaluru, Karnataka on 8.5.2020. Around 42 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A webinar on “Scope for Organic electronics and Perovskite Solar Cells” by Mr.Gopinath Paramashivam, Docotoral Researcher, Helmholtz Zentrum Berlin, Germany on 14.5.2020. Around 50 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A international webinar on “Startup Design” by Patrick Amalraj, Startup Mentor, Smart Venture Design,  Chigaco, US conducted on 15.5.2020 Around 45 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A webinar on “Switchgear design basics” Krishnaprasad Vallath, Electrical design engineer, ABB india Ltd , Nashik, Maharashtra. conducted on 23.5.2020 Around 42 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A webinar on “Career opportunities in the semiconductor Industries” Prof. Sivanantham S Assistant Dean, Academic Research, Associate Professor, School of Electronics Engineering Vellore Institute of Technology, Vellore conducted on 23.5.2020  Around 45 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A webinar on “Android Application Development for Embedded and IoT based Real-time Projects” by Mr A. Maswoodhur Rahman, Assistant Professor,Department of Engineering (Electrical Section), IBRI College of Technology, Ibri, Sultanate of Oman conducted on 29.5.2020 Around 90 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A webinar on “Developement of high power audio systems for home theaters” by Mr.Mr.S.V.Sreeraj, Director, Emcog solutions, chennai conducted on 11.05.2020 Around 45 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A webinar on ” Beat the Lockdown Blues” Mr.S.Abilash Java Developer, Tata Consultancy Services, Bengaluru conducted on 16.05.2020 Around 48 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A webinar on “What’s Next-Career Opportunities” by Mr.S.Gokul Prasath Engineer, Vestas Technology pvt Ltd, Chennai conducted on 23.05.2020 Around 45 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A webinar on “Success at your doorstep” Dr. D.Visagamoorthi, Founder & CEO, Insighters India, Coimbatore conducted on 28.05.2020 Around 50 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A webinar on “Career for future Engineers” Mr.S.Saravanan & Technology reserve executive Silicon Media Technologies, Bengaluru conducted on 16-05-2020. Around 40 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A webinar on “Career opportunities” Ms.M.Anju, Mr.B.Sanjay, Ms.M.Mirunalini, Mr.Vinothkumar conducted on 4.5.2020 Around 48 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.
  • A webinar on “Solar Energy and its Application” Mr.Samuel Rajendiran, Design Engineer, Kondaas Automation Pvt.Ltd, Coimbatore conducted on 01.05.2020 Around 45 members from the faculty and students community benefited from the session.

NPTEL / MOOC COURSE 

  • R.Satheesh Kumar, Assistant Professor of EEE Department has completed NPTEL course  with 47 Grade on  “Introduction to Smart Grid” conducted by Prof. Narayana Prasad Padhy & Mrs. Premalata Jena Assistant Professor Department of Electrical Engineering and Dean of Academic Affairs, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorkee
  • R.Satheesh Kumar, Assistant Professor of EEE Department has completed NPTEL course  with ELITE Grade on  “Teaching and Learning in Engineering (TALE)” conducted by Prof. N.J. Rao Chairman of CEDT (Centre for Electronics Design and Technology)
  • R.Karthick, Associate Professor of EEE Department has completed NPTEL course with 73 Grade on  “Introduction to Smart Grid” conducted by Prof. Narayana Prasad Padhy & Mrs. Premalata Jena Assistant Professor Department of Electrical Engineering and Dean of Academic Affairs, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorke.
  • R.Satheesh Kumar, Assistant Professor of EEE Department has completed NPTEL course  with 55 Grade on  “Electrical Vehicles – Part -1 ” conducted by  Amit Kumar Jain, Associate Professor in Department of ElectricalEngineering, IIT Delhi
  • R.Karthick, Associate Professor of EEE Department has completed NPTEL course  with Silver Grade on  “Teaching and Learning in Engineering (TALE)” conducted by Prof. N.J. Rao Chairman of CEDT (Centre for Electronics Design and Technology.
  • R.Karthick, Associate Professor of EEE Department has completed NPTEL course  with 54 Grade on  “Electrical Vehicles – Part -1 ” conducted by  Amit Kumar Jain, Associate Professor in Department of ElectricalEngineering, IIT Delhi.
  • R.Karthick, Associate Professor of EEE Department has completed NPTEL course  with 72 Elite Grade on  “DC Microgrid” conducted by  Dr. Avik Bhattacharya, Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee.
  • R.Karthick, Associate Professor of EEE Department has completed NPTEL course  with 96 Grade on  “Introduction to Internet of Things” conducted by  Dr. Sudip Misra, Associate Professor, Department of Computer Science and Engineering from IIT KHARAGPUR.
  • R.Senthil Kumar, Associate Professor  of EEE has completed with 54 Grade on “Robotics” conducted by Prof. Andrew Thangaraj, IIT, Madras
  • S.Bharath, Assistant Professor of EEE Department has completed NPTEL course with 56 Grade on  “Introduction to Smart Grid” conducted by Prof. Narayana Prasad Padhy & Mrs. Premalata Jena Assistant Professor Department of Electrical Engineering and Dean of Academic Affairs, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorke.
  • Jayashree, Assistant Professor of EEE Department has completed NPTEL course  with 70 percent,  Elite grade  on  “Introduction to Smart Grid” conducted by Prof. Narayana Prasad Padhy & Mrs. Premalata Jena Assistant Professor Department of Electrical Engineering and Dean of Academic Affairs, Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Roorke.
  • Jayashree, Assistant Professor of EEE Department has completed NPTEL  course  with 89 percent, silver Elite Grade on  “DC Microgrid” conducted by  Dr. Avik Bhattacharya, Assistant Professor, Department of Electrical Engineering from Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee.

STUDENT PROGRESSION

Every student right from the first year are given personal care through tailored activities with a specially assigned mentor. Talent search and personality identification of each student is done at large and they are taught, trained, challenged and guided in a systematic progression. From the first year onwards, students are encouraged and guided to be globally competent through various competition and challenging forums. The capable students are also given the opportunity to customise the courses that they learn by hand picking electives. There are also means by which the student can even choose who would teach a specific course to increase the faculty-student interaction and understanding. Through personal mentorship programme, each student is given special and individual care to help them grow and mature in academic, social and personal skills and talents. At the end of the four years, it is made sure that every student progress in systematic, customized and challenging manner in all need knowledge and skills to sets.

The student progression is monitored by keeping a record of all the activities like attendance & assessment for each course by the respective faculty. Apart from the mentoring system, the students’ progress is monitored through class tests, online quizzes, assignments, development of teaching material for specific topics, submission of journal abstracts of current status of the technology, by making them attend conferences/seminar/webinars on relevant topics. This exercise makes them involve themselves and makes them proceed beyond communication barriers, rural/ urban background and get a sense of team work. Slow and fast learners are identified and special work or coaching are given.

DEMO MODELS

  • A working demo model on “”Sequential logic circuit – counter design”” for Linear and Digital Circuits made by Mullai Rajan, Anuj Kumar Keria of II EEE under guidance of  R. Senthil Kumar Associate Professor / EEE
  • A working demo model on “Multi motor drive” for the subject Electric Drives and Control made by Aruneshwar, Aliver Deegan of III EEE  under guidance of  R. Senthil Kumar Associate Professor / EEE
  • A working demo model on “Hoist Load operation” for the subject for  the subject Electric Drives and Control made by Surya, Dhivya, Vinoth of III EEE under guidance of  R. Senthil Kumar Associate Professor / EEE
  • A working demo model on “”EHAVC Transmission System”” for the subject Flexible AC Transmission System made by KrithikaPriyadharshini E, Harini S, Srinithi K of IV EEE under guidance of  R. Karthick  Associate Professor / EEE
  • A working demo model on “”Concept of Power Factor”” for the subject Flexible AC Transmission System made by Prawin S, Naveen K, Prakash R, Tinesh Kumar S of IV EEE under guidance of  R. Karthick  Associate Professor / EEE
  • A working demo model on “”Rain water harvesting”” for the subject Professional Ethics made by Divya M, Kavya S of III EEE under guidance of R. Karthick  Associate Professor / EEE

MINI PROJECTS

  • Mini Project on “SMART KITCHEN CHIMNEY CONTROLLER WITH GAS LEAKAGE ALARM” done by ALIVER DEGAN P (17EE001), ARUNESHWAR AR (17EE004), DIVYA M (17EE007), SURYA R (17EE040), VINOTH M(17EE043) guided by Dr.R.SENTHIL KUMAR
  • Mini Project on “AUTOMATED STREET LIGHT SYSTEM” done by ANIESH S(17EE002), BALAJI T(17EE005), HARIHARAN R(17EE008), IDAINAVEEN P(17EE010) guided by Dr.R.KARTHICK
  • Mini Project on “”SMART WARNING SYSTEM AND TRAFFIC CHALLAN GENERATOR FOR VEHICLE”” done by HARISH CS(17EE009), JOTHICK RISHI M(17EE013), KAVINKUMAR B(17EE017), KOWSALYA P(17EE020), MANIKANDAN C(17EE022) guided by Mrs.S.JAYSHREE
  • Mini Project on “HYBRID RES SMART ELECTRIC VEHICLE” done by KAMAL I(17EE014), KAMESH VR(17EE015), MANOJ P(17EE023), MOHAMED EBRAHIM FAIZAL S(17EE025), RAMKUMAR VS(17EE034) guided by Mr.S.BHARATH
  • Mini Project on “REMOTE ACCESS AIR CIRCULATION SYSTEM” done by R.K(17EE037), SANKARI.P(17EE036), MANIVELAN.D(17EE023), SAI SANTHOSH.A(17EE035) guided by Mr.R.VIJAYAKUMAR
  • Mini Project on “AUTOMATIC HUMAN FOLLOWING TROLLEY” done by S.MANIKANDAN (17E021), S.KAVYA (17EE018), S.PREETHIJA (17EE030), K.PRIYA DHARSHINI(17EE032) guided by Ms.M.POORNIMA
  • Mini Project on “SMART ENERGY METER” done by VASANT.S(17EE041), VISHAAL.S(17EE044),  PRADEEP KUMAR.S.A(17EE029), SAINATH.V(17EE502) guided by Mr.SHENBAHARAJAN
  • Mini Project on””24/7 IV FLUID MONITORING SYSTEM”” done by KAVIN.D(17EE016), KEERTHIVASAN.K(17EE019), MUGUNTHAN.A(17EE026), PREM KUMAR.R(17EE031) guided by Mrs.CHRISTINA DALLY
  • Mini Project on””BIDIRECTIONALSINGLE-PHASE AC-DC FULL BRIDGE INVERTER”” done by ARUN VENKAT(17EE003), DHIVYA M(17EE006), JAGANATHAN V(17EE011), JOEL TONY(17EE012), BHAVITHRA M (17EE501)  guided by  G.ABIRAMI
  • Mini Project on “SUB-BORE WELL WATER LIMITING SYSTEM” done by P.SRINIVAS(17EE039), SIVANESAN.S(17EE038), PAVIDRA.K(17EE028), , VEERESH.P.C(17EE042) guided by Mr.R.SATHEESH KUMAR

INDUSTRY CASE STUDY

  • Dr. R. Senthil Kumar Associate Professor/EEE discussed Kone Electric case study “Reason of Fire Accidents in Kone EV” for III EEE
  • Dr. R. Senthil Kumar Associate Professor/EEE discussed Hyundai Electric case study on “First EV in India ” for III EEE
  • Dr.R.Karthick Associate Professor/EEE discussed ABB’s case study on  “Reactive Power Conditioner” for IV EEE
  • Dr.R.Karthick Associate Professor/EEE discussed Siemens’s casse study on  “Effect of Harmonics ” for IV EEE
  • Dr.R.Karthick Associate Professor/EEE discussed NASA’s “Challenger Case study” for III EEE
  • Dr.R.Karthick Associate Professor/EEE discussed Samsung’s case study on “Apple Vs Samsung Patent War” for III EEE
  • G.Abirami Assistant Professor/EEE discussed BSNL  case study on “Interference of electromagnetic waves” for II EEE
  • G.Abirami Assistant Professor/EEE discussed Rotomag industries’s case study on “Failure of EMF induction due to weakening of magnet” for II EEE
  • S.Jayashree Assistant Professor/EEE discussed  Public Sectors case study on “California Outage” for III EEE
  • S.Jayashree Assistant Professor/EEE discussed TNEB, Public Sectors case study on “2012-India Blackouts” for III EEE
  • S.Bharath Assistant Professor/EEE discussed Beefys burger Case Study on: Principles of Deming, juran and crosby for IV EEE
  • S.Bharath Assistant Professor/EEE discussed Southwest Airline’s case study on “How leaders emerge during challenging times” fot IV EEE
  • E.Christina Dally  Assistant Professor/EEE discussed Ramdev Motors’s case study on “DC motor” for I year (Agri & Mech)
  • E.Christina Dally Assistant Professor/EEE discussed L& T’s case study on “Safety from Electricity Overhead and Powerlines” for  “DC motor” for I year (Agri & Mech)
  • M.Poornima Assistant Professor/EEE discussed Bhopal Nuclear Power Plant’s case study on  “Bhopal Gas Leak” for IV EEE
  • M.Poornima Assistant Professor/EEE discussed Chernobly nuclear power plant case study for IV EEE
  • M.Poornima Assistant Professor/EEE discussed Qairokkum hydro power plant “Sustainable energy initiative”  for IV EEE
  • R.Satheesh Kumar Assistant Professor/EEE discussed Tata power solar Case study on: 10.8 MW Rooftop Solar Power System – ANERT, Kerala for IV year open elective students
  • R.Satheesh Kumar Assistant Professor/EEE discussed Heco systems Case study on:  9000HP Boiler Feed Pump Motor Rotor Case Study for II Mech
  • R.Satheesh Kumar Assistant Professor/EEE discussed Houghton International Electro Mechanical innovation Case Study on:  Traction & Mining Motor Repairs  for II Mech
  • R.Vijayakumar Assistant Professor/EEE discussed Salzer Electronics’s case study on “Current Transformer design” for open elective students
  • R.Vijayakumar Assistant Professor/EEE discussed Ampere Vehicles’s case study on “First Lead acid battery based Tricycle” for open elective students
  • R.Vijayakumar Assistant Professor/EEE discussed Excide Battery’s case study on “Waste Management in Lead-Acid Battery Industry” for open elective students
  • P.Shenbagaraj Assistant Professor/EEE discussed India Motors’s cast study on “Vertical motors” for I year students