MEGHA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY FOR WOMEN

( Approved by AICTE, New Delhi and Affiliated to JNTUH ) Medchal (Dist), Telangana, 501301

EAMCET/ICET/POLYCET/ECET CODE: MGHA

 

VISION OF THE DEPARTMENT

 

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering strives to provide an excellent education for Electrical and Electronics Engineering students while contributing to the state and national economy through research and technology development and transfer to industry.

 

Strategy for Vision Achievement

 

  • Continually monitor and improve the curriculum

  • Increase departmental research without negatively impacting undergraduate or graduate education

  • Recruit, mentor, and retain excellent faculty, staff, and students

  • Build a collegial environment that encourages collaboration and rewards faculty for both teaching and research

                               

MISSION OF THE DEPARTMENT

 

To provide quality educational opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students through teaching, research and professional service, and to provide specialized support to the greater community.  

 

Electrical Engineering Program Educational Objectives

 

Graduates of the Electrical Engineering Program are expected within a few years of graduation to have:

  1. Successfully practiced electrical engineering for state, regional, national and international industries and governmental agencies.

  2. Made worthwhile contributions to the engineering profession in the field of their choice.

  3. Committed themselves to uphold high ethical and professional conduct in the practice of engineering.

  4. Successfully worked as a member of a professional team and functioned effectively as responsible individuals.

  5. Succeeded in advanced degree programs in engineering, science, or business, if they chose to pursue advanced degree programs.

 

Intended Outcomes for our Students

 

  1. An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.

  2. An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyse and interpret data.

  3. An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic   constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.

  4. An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams.

  5. An ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.

  6. An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.

  7. An ability to communicate effectively.

  8. The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.  

 

Teaching-Learning Process

 

Teaching and learning techniques, if applied in an effective way gets the best out of the resources. At our institution, we believe in concept based teaching and learning through which our students not only grow in terms of technical ground but also in terms of behavior and ethics.

Electrical Engineering Students will be biased to design in an innovative way, using optimized modes for thinking, relating and creating. The notion of students having particular learning styles has implications for teaching strategies because preferred modes of input and output vary from one individual to another

 

 Electrical and Electronics Engineering Program:

 

  • Uses a range of teaching strategies to effectively meet the needs of individual learners

  • Incorporates a variety of teaching methods intended to complement the learning styles of students

  • Train our students to become better decision makers by using the knowledge and skills they have gained

  • Provides best infrastructure and environment to the students so that they can learn and apply their knowledge effectively.

  • Encourages students toward becoming both intrinsically and extrinsically motivated.

  • Impart the characteristics like to inquire, infer, and interpret; to think reflectively, critically and creatively in our students.

  • Provides development programmes for both faculties and students to promote innovative teaching methods

 

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HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENT

 

 

Name: Gone Santhosh Kumar

Qualification: M.tech (Electrical Power System)
Experience: 6 years

Email Id: gonesantosh@gmail.com
Contact:9866607329

 Faculty of EEE Department

NAME

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

NO. OF PUBLICATIONS

EXPERIENCE(YEARS)

D. PRASANTH SAI

M.TECH(CONTROL SYSTEMS), (Ph.D)

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

5

6

CH.RAJINI

M.TECH(POWER ELECTRONICS)

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

2

7

M.SUDHEER BABU

M.TECH(ELECTRICAL POWER ENINEERING)

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

5

4

M.LATHA

M.TECH(POWER ELECTRONICS & DRIVES)

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

1

2

G SRIKAR

M.TECH(ELECTRICALPOWER SYSTEMS)

ASSISTANT PROFFESSOR

2

2

K.SANTHOSHI

M.TECH(ELECTRICAL POWER SYSTEMS )

ASSISTANT PROFFESSOR

1

3

YR.PRADYUMNA

M.E(INDUSTRIAL DRIVES AND  CONTROL)

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

1

TEACHING-8 INDUSTRIAL-1

B.VEERANNA

M.TECH(POWER ELECTRONICS)

ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

2

6

 

 

 

 

 

 

LABORATORIES:

 

  • Electrical Circuits Lab

  • Network Theory Lab

  • BEE Lab

  • Electrical Machines Lab-I

  • AC Machines Lab-II

  • Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation Lab

  • Power Electronics and SimulationLab

  • Control Systems and Simulation  Lab

  • Power Systems  and Simulation Lab

 

 

Power Electronics Laboratory

 

About

 

MIETW leads for advanced smart-grid or micro-grid and energy-efficient power electronic technologies for alternative green energy conversion and industrial automation industries. Our experiences are in designing, simulating and implementing power converters, power supplies, motor drives, and power electronics systems. We are responsible for key technical solutions on a wide range of design and development projects in power electronics systems. We also utilize design feasibility and tradeoff analyses for proof of concept and prototype systems and develop funded contract programs with detailed designs through life-cycle engineering.

 

 

Research Areas:

• Modeling, analysis, design, implementation and test of alternate energy power conversion systems for smart-grid/Micro-Grid using Real-Time Digital Simulator(RTDS)

• Intelligent universal transformers for micro-grids

• Design and control of wind power/ water turbine Permanent magnet generators

• High energy efficient power converters and switched-mode power supplies

• LED lighting driver and power factor correction

• Advanced electric vehicle propulsion drive systems and their digital controllers

• Compact pulsed power system and energy storage system solutions for medical

devices and defense applications

 

 

Electrical & Electronics Lab

 

This course represents a laboratory course in introductory electrical and electronics. In this lab, you will learn basic circuit connections, use the basic electrical and electronics instruments, every electrical engineer needs to know: the oscilloscope, function generator and multi-meter. You will use these instruments running to measure voltages from circuits you will build from actual electrical components with measurement systems. Once you learn the basics found in the laboratory course, you will know how to interface electrical circuits to measurement systems, be they analog or digital. You will have the knowledge to build basic live circuits and get them to work.

 

 Electrical Machines Lab :

 

The electrical machine laboratory is intended specifically to meet the needs of modern courses in Electrical Machines. This Lab Concerns with an electrical machines types (DC and AC machines), power, efficiency, characteristics of electrical machines as a motor, generator, determining the parameter and performance characteristics of transformer, methods of control the speed of motor, and control the voltage of generator. Through hands-on experiments with real machines, students gain practical experience on transformers and various types of machine drives. The laboratory can also be used for project work related to electrical machines and energy conversion

 

 

Electrical Measurement& Instrumentation Lab (EMI Lab)

 

The significance of the Electrical Measurements Lab is renowned in the various fields of engineering applications. For an Electrical Engineer, it is obligatory to have the practical ideas about the Electrical Measurements. The main objectives of this lab are to expose the students to different types of electrical measuring instruments and make the students understand how to use these instruments for measuring an unknown quantity. In this lab we also calibrate & test different types of electrical measuring instruments.

 

 

Power System & Simulation Lab (PS Lab)

 

Power system Laboratory comprises of protection, simulation, high voltage and machine related experiments. Facilities are available for overcurrent, undervoltage, directional, differential and distance relays including different numerical relays.

PS&S Lab based on MATLAB utility software. This Lab provides the knowledge regarding modelling and simulation of power system in MATLAB platform. In this course, Electrical engineering students analyse the different faults in power system and learn how to remove these faults. Load flow analyses, design of different buses are carried out in this lab course.

 

 

 

 

Control System & Simulation Lab

 

This Lab deals with practical aspects of control engineering. This laboratory provides the introductory experiments on response of control system components. In this lab, undergraduate students analyse the open loop and closed loop (feedback) response of servo systems. In addition, Electrical Graduates are also design the various compensator systems in this course.

 

 

Electrical Circuits Lab

 

The purpose of this laboratory is to introduce undergraduate students to PSpice and to illustrate some of its circuit analysis applications. In this lab with the availability of tools for computer aided circuit analysis, circuits of great complexity can be designed and analysed within a shorter time and less effort compared to the traditional methods. Under this lab students will use PSpice to solve some circuits.