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DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT

Department of Electrical and Electrical Engineering was started in the year of 2010 with an intake of 60. The Department has been playing a vital role in producing scientist and technologist.All the faculty of our department are highly qualified and their remarkable teaching experienced are committed to achieve excellence in academic programmes and has good record of journal publications in National and International level.

The department is fully equipped with latest systems and apparatus in the Electrical machines, Power Electronics, Control Systems, Power System Simulation, Embedded Systems, Measurements and Instrumentation laboratories. Renewable Energy System Laboratory The mission of the department is to produce highly competent Electrical and Electronics Engineers with a sound knowledge in all the areas concerning the discipline.

The students of Electrical and Electronics Engineering association organize a National level Technical symposium to motivate the students in co-curricular and extra-curricular activities. The Department periodically conducts several workshops with industry people, Guest lecturers with industry experts, Value added courses and Training programs for students to improve their technical skills.

The department was signed 11 MoUs with Industries like General Electrical and Electronics Solutions , Mas Solar Systems Private Limited, Sri Maruthi Electronics , Skray Power System, CADD Centre, Megawin Switch Gear Private Limited , Prolific Systems & Technology Private Limited, Microsun Technology, Live wire, Kronos Infotech, IPCS Global Solutions PVT Ltd.

VISSION

To be a Centre of Excellence for quality education and research in Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

MISSION

• Have state-of-art infrastructure and advanced equipment in a collegial environment for quality education, innovation, and research.

• Empower students with advanced knowledge to excel as eminent electrical engineers with multi-disciplinary skills.

• Emphasize social values, ethics and leadership qualities to face the industrial needs, societal problems and global challenges.

HOD MESSAGE

Welcome to the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering of this prestigious institution.

 I am extremely happy to share with you through this website about the progress made by the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

The significant infrastructural design, well-equipped laboratories, hi-tech computers with high-speed internet facility, highly qualified, dedicated faculty and staff of EEE ensure world-class standard of education delivered from our department.

The department faculties are committed to teach our students the fundamental concepts and the latest trends via smart teaching and learning process. In addition to ICT enabled smart classroom with Wifi facility , the students are guided and motivated to practically through experiments in the laboratories and through innovative projects.

The department conducts various workshops, Skill Development programs and Invited talks by Industry Experts & Alumni in collaboration with industries for the benefit of faculty and students. The student projects are conducted guidance of department faculty and industrial trainers. Industrial visits are regularly organized by the department. Students are also encouraged to participate in various co-curricular and extra-curricular activities.

The department has shown outstanding performance consistently by obtaining excellent results . Our department students are placed in various software industries, core electrical companies and few of them are entrepreneurs. With the support of Management we prepare the students to work in global multicultural environment.

Dr. R.Venkatesh,

Professor/HOD,

Department of EEE.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES

Our graduates in Electrical and Electronics Engineering shall

PEO1: Have good knowledge in Electrical, Electronics and inter-disciplinary engineering.

PEO2: Have successful technical and professional careers in their chosen fields or pursue higher studies or emerge as successful entrepreneurs.

PEO3: Engross in life long process of learning to keep themselves abreast of latest developments in their field.

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES

Students of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

• Can understand and apply the technologies like PLC, PMC, process controllers, traducers and HMI in the analysis, design, development and installation of power system and applications.

• Can explore the scientific theories, ideas, methodologies and the new cutting-edge technologies in renewable energy engineering to solve the current and future energy problems in the globe.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES

After completion of the course, B. E Electrical and Electronics Engineering Graduates will have ability 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 analyze 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.

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 life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change

COURSE OUTCOMES

SEMESTER-III

Subject Code & Name:MA8353 &Transforms and Partial Differential Equations

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Solve First, Second order homogeneous and non homogeneous partial differential equations
CO2 Find the Fourier series of a given function satisfying Dirchlet’s condition.
CO3 Apply Fourier series to solve one dimensional wave, one and two dimensional heat equations.
CO4 Determine Fourier transform for a given function and use them to evaluate certain definite Integrals
CO5 Determine z transforms of standard functions and use them to solve difference equations

Subject Code & Name :EE8351 -Digital Logic Circuits

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze the various types of number system and compare the digital logic families.
CO2 Apply K –Map for simplification and implementation of combinational logic circuit.
CO3 Design the synchronous Sequential logic circuits, draw the block diagram of Shift Registers.
CO4 Design of asynchronous sequential circuits and describe the operation of Programmable Logic Devices.
CO5 Design the VHDL coding for combinational logic and Sequential circuits.

 

Subject Code & Name :EE8391 -Electromagnetic Theory

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply the vector calculus to static electric-magnetic fields.
CO2 Apply the principles of electrostatics related to electric field and electric potential, boundary conditions, energy density and capacitance of different configurations.
CO3 Apply the principles of magnetostatics related to magnetic field and magnetic potential,boundary conditions, energy density and inductance of different configurations.
CO4 Apply Maxwell‘s equations in differential and integral forms.
CO5 Apply Maxwell‘s equations to solutions of problems relating to uniform plane wave propagation in different media and its interfaces.

Subject Code & Name :EE8301 -Electrical Machines – I

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply KCL, KVL and Faradays law to magnetic circuits to calculate B, H, S, Self and mutually induced emf
CO2 Analyze the electrical power transfer in transformer for different loading condition and formulate equivalent circuit of transformer
CO3 Analyze field energy, co-energy, force and torque in single and multiple excited systems
CO4 Analyze the DC shunt, series, compound generators’ terminal voltages for different load conditions and to analyze the emf equation and armature reaction.
CO5 Apply KCL, KVL and faradays law to calculate Back emf and Torque in D.C motor and Analyze its speed-torque characters for different connections

 

Subject Code & Name :EC8353 -Electron Devices and Circuits

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze how the AC supply is converted in to DC supply in the power supply circuit.
CO2 Analyze how an SCR can be triggered ON by a pulse applied to the gate terminal using UJT.
CO3 Analyze the small signal performances of single stage BJT and FET amplifier.
CO4 Analyze how the differential amplifier, single tuned amplifier and power amplifiers amplify the frequency signals and Select a suitable amplifier for the application of TV stations transmitter at a desired radio frequency.
CO5 Design RC, LC and Crystal oscillator using BJT and Generate a radio frequency signal between 1MHz and 500MHz using BJT

 

Subject Code & Name :ME8792 -Power Plant Engineering

COs COURSE OUCOMES
CO1 Identify the various components of modern coal power plant and analyse the safety measures of environmental factors in thermal power plant.
CO2 Apply the knowledge of various gas power cycles to analyse the construction and working of various liquid and gas Power Plants.
CO3 Review the layout and working of the components of nuclear power plants and analyze the safety measures of the environment for the healthy society.
CO4 Identify the various renewable energy resources of power generation and gain the knowledge for sustainable development.
CO5 Formulate the cost of electrical energy based on Power tariff, analyze the Economics and discuss the safety aspects of power plant operation

Subject Code & Name :EC8311 -Electronics Laboratory

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Column 2 Value Analyze the PN junction diode acts as a perfect switch and Zenor diode act as a voltage regulator. Design an experimental setup of a voltage buffer, current buffer and amplifier circuit using NPN transistor.
CO2 Analyze the characteristics of a voltage controlled device. Design an experimental setup of the relaxation oscillator using UJT
CO3 Analyze the characteristics of photo sensitive semiconductor device and Light activated relay circuit.
CO4 Design and implement a circuit that converts AC voltage to DC voltage for the given input and calculate its ripple factor and percentage of regulation with and without capacitive and inductive filter.
CO5 Analyze the sine, square and triangular waveforms Using Cathode ray oscilloscope and then measure its corresponding amplitude, frequency and phase respectively.

Subject Code & Name :Electrical Machines Laboratory – I

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Investigate the voltage drop due to armature reaction effect in DC shunt and DC compound generators and Design Ampere turns for Inter poles and compensating winding.
CO2 Analyze load characteristics DC shunt, series and compound motor. Examine its maximum output and maximum efficiency
CO3 Investigate the constant losses of the DC shunt motor predict the efficiency in different methods at different load condition
CO4 Analyze load characteristics of single and three phase transformer. Examine the different losses and efficiency
CO5 Investigate the the equivalent circuit parameters of single phase transformer to predetermine its voltage regulation and efficiency.

 

SEMESTER-IV

Subject Code & Name :MA8491-NUMERICAL METHODS

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Determine the solution of algebraic and transcendental system of linear equations
CO2 To interpolate the values of unknown functions using Newton’s Formula
CO3 Estimate the numerical values of the derivatives and integrals of unknown function.
CO4 Solve first and second order initial value problem
CO5 Solve Numerically boundary value problem

Subject Code & Name :EE8401-ELECTRICAL MACHINES – II

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply the Knowledge of Engineering fundamentals to the solutions of induced emf, voltage regulation, performance characteristics and analyzing the operation of synchronous generator
CO2 Apply the Knowledge of Engineering fundamentals to the solutions of induced emf, torquedeveloped, performance characteristics and analyzing the operation of synchronous motor
CO3 Apply the Knowledge of Engineering fundamentals to the solutions of torque developed, performance characteristics and analyzing the operation of three phase
induction motor
CO4 Analyze the operations of starter used for AC motor, speed control of three phase induction motor
CO5 Apply the Knowledge of Engineering fundamentals to the solutions of torque developed, performance characteristics and analyzing the operation of single phase induction motor and Special Electrical Machines

 

Subject Code & Name :TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Explain the structure of Electrical power system and to analyze Transmission Line Parameters
CO2 Analyze the equivalent circuits for the transmission lines based on distance and to analyze voltage regulation and efficiency.
CO3 Analyze the mechanical design of transmission lines and the voltage distribution in insulator strings to improve the efficiency.
CO4 Analyze the types and construction of cables and to review the methods of grading of cables for the calculation of cable parameters
CO5 Review about distribution systems, types of substations, methods of grounding, EHVAC, HVDC and FACTS.

Subject Code & Name :EE8403 -MEASUREMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze the basic functional block elements in Different measuring Instruments and the errors in the measurement system
CO2 Analyze construction and working of electrical and electronics instruments.
CO3 Design AC and DC bridge circuits to determine the values of resister, inductor and capacitors.
CO4 Analyze the functional blocks and applications of special IC’s like 555 Timer, 565-PLL, IC 566- VCO and AD633-Analog multiplier ICs.
CO5 Analyze the functional blocks and applications of AD623, LM78XX, LM79XX, LM317, 723, SMPS and ICL8038.

Subject Code & Name: EE8451-LINEAR INTEGRATED CIRCUITS AND APPLICATIONS

COs COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze the basic planar processes to fabricate the monolithic IC and Summarize the fabrication of active and passive components of ICs.
CO2 Design the signal analysis using op-amp based circuits like filters, comparators, multivibrators, waveform generators, converters and instrumentation amplifier
CO3 Design the signal analysis using op-amp based circuits like filters, comparators, multivibrators, waveform generators, converters and instrumentation amplifier
CO4 Analyze the functional blocks and applications of special IC’s like 555 Timer, 565-PLL, IC 566- VCO and AD633-Analog multiplier ICs.
CO5 Analyze the functional blocks and applications of AD623, LM78XX, LM79XX, LM317, 723, SMPS and ICL8038.

Subject Code & Name :IC8451-CONTROL SYSTEMS

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Develop mathematical models for physical system and simplify it using reduction techniques.
CO2 Determine the time domain responses of first and second-order systems to test inputs.
CO3 Analyze system’s stability using different frequency domain methods.
CO4 Design compensators and their selection to meet desired response.
CO5 Develop and analyze state space models

Subject Code & Name :EE8411-ELECTRICAL MACHINES LABORATORY – II

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze the voltage regulation of three phase alternator for different loading condition in different methods and compare the results.
CO2 Analyze the voltage regulation of three phase alternator for different loading condition in different methods and compare the results.
CO3 Analyze the characteristic of three phase synchronous machine at different load condition for different excitation
CO4 Analyze performance characteristics of three phase induction motor at different load condition and estimate its equivalent circuit parameters
CO5 Analyze performance characteristics of single phase induction motor at different load condition and estimate its equivalent circuit parameters.

Subject Code & Name :EE8461-LINEAR AND DIGITAL INTEGRATED CIRCUITS LABORATORY

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Design and implement the experimental setup of combinational circuits like Boolean functions, code converters, parity generator, parity checker, encoders, decoders,
CO2 Design and implement the experimental setup of Counters and Shift registers using specific IC’s.
CO3 Design a experimental setup of Timer IC applications.
CO4 Design an experimental setup of a Op-Amp applications like inverting and Non inverting amplifier, adder, comparator, integrator and differentiator.
CO5 Analyze the voltage to frequency characteristics of voltage controlled oscillator using NE/SE 566IC and Design the variability voltage regulator using LM317 IC.

 

Subject Code & Name :EE8412-TECHNICAL SEMINAR

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Function effectively as an individual and Make effective presentation on Engineering/ technology
CO2 Function effectively as an individual and Make effective presentation on Engineering/ technology
CO3 Design documentation and write effective reports on seminar topics

 

SEMESTER-V

Subject Code & Name :EE8501-POWER SYSTEM ANALYSIS

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply engineering knowledge to evaluate the per unit values and to formulate bus impedance, admittance matrices for the given power system network.
CO2 Analyze the power system network under symmetrical fault condition using Thevenin’s theorem and bus impedance matrix
CO3 Analyze the power system network under symmetrical fault condition using Thevenin’s theorem and bus impedance matrix
CO4 Analyze the power system network under unsymmetrical fault condition using symmetrical components
CO5 Analyze the transient stability of power system using equal area criterion and to apply Runge Kutta and Euler’s methods to solve the swing equation

 

Subject Code & Name :EE8551-MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze the functional building blocks of 8085 microprocessor
CO2 Identify the instructions with the help of addressing modes of 8085 microprocessor and developthe assembly language program on addition
CO3 Analyze the functional building blocks of 8051 microcontroller
CO4 Analyze the architecture and functional modes of 8255
CO5 Apply the instructions of 8051 microcontroller to develop the program for Closed loop control ofservo motor

Subject Code & Name :EE8552-POWER ELECTRONICS

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply the knowledge on Different types of power semiconductor devices and their switching characteristics
CO2 Analyze and compare the Operation, characteristics and performance parameters of various types controlled rectifiers and to design controlled rectifiers and interpret with their applications.
CO3 Analyze the Operation, switching techniques and basics topologies of different types DC-DCswitching Regulators and design regulators that meet the appropriate applications.
CO4 Apply the modulation techniques for pulse width modulated inverters and analyze harmonic reduction methods. Infer the applications of inverter.
CO5 Apply the Operation of AC voltage controller and various configurations to design for their applications.

Subject Code & Name :EE8591-DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply the Mathematical knowledge to evaluate the different types of signals and systems and analyze the sampling process of continuous time signal.
CO2 Analyze the discrete time systems using z-transform and inverse Z transform
CO3 Apply the Radix-2 Decimation in Time (DIT) and Decimation in Frequency (DIF) FFT Algorithm to Compute the Discrete Fourier Transform.
CO4 Design of different types of Infinite Impulse Response (IIR) filters and Finite Impulse Response (FIR) filters.
CO5 Analyze the various architectures of Digital Signal Processors and addressing formats.

Subject Code & Name :CS8392-OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING

COS COURSE OUTCOMES 
CO1 Outline OOP principles such as objects, classes, encapsulation, inheritance and polymorphism and associate those principles in java language
CO2 Design algorithms and develop programs using the concept of Inheritance and Interfaces.
CO3 Examine the exception handling concepts and develop I/O streams for reading and writing files.
CO4 Develop programs that run in the same instant using multithreading and multitasking concepts
CO5 Design and develop applications in java using forms, AWT, and swing.

Subject Code & Name :OAN551-SENSORS & TRANSDUCERS

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 To understand the concepts of measurement technology
CO2 Expertise in various calibration techniques and signal types for sensors.
CO3 To learn the various sensors used to measure various physical parameters.
CO4 To learn the fundamentals of signal conditioning, data acquisition and communication systems used in mechatronics system development. 
CO5 Study the basic principles of various smart sensors and Implement the DAQ systems with different sensors for real time applications

Subject Code & Name :EE8511-CONTROL AND INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze the characteristics of P, PI and PID controllers experimentally and analyze the stability of the control system using MATLAB
CO2 Compute the transfer function of a Field controlled DC motor experimentally and analyze the response of Lag, Lead and Lag-Lead Compensators
CO3 Analyze the transient response of Position Control system experimentally and analyze the Characteristics of Synchro-Transmitter- Receiver and
to Use MATLAB for the Simulation of Control Systems
CO4 Ability to analyze the basic concepts of bridge networks and to analyze the Dynamics of Sensors/Transducers
CO5 Measure the Power and Energy experimentally and analyze signal conditioning circuits and to Use MATLAB for Process Simulation

Subject Code & Name :HS8581-PROFESSIONAL COMMUNICATION

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Summarize various skills such as Soft Skills, Hard skills, employability and career Skills and demonstrate values such as Time Management and general
CO2 Demonstrate oneself before the audience by making effective presentations on introducing oneself, answering questions and visual presenting.
CO3 Demonstrate oneself by participating in group discussions, brainstorming sessions and question sessions. Develop activities to improve GD Skills
CO4 Develop interview skills so as to be successful in them.
CO5 Develop adequate Soft Skills required for the workplace and long-term career.

 

Subject Code & Name :CS8383-OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING LABORATORY

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Design C++ programs using functions, classes with objects, member functions and constructors.
CO2 Develop operator and function overloading and run time polymorphism using C++.
CO3 Develop file handling techniques in C++ for sequential and random access also use Java code for strings
CO4 Construct packages and interfaces in Java.

 

SEMESTER-VI

Subject Code & Name :EE8601-SOLID STATE DRIVES

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze the Classification of the various types of drives and load torque characteristics and Apply the multi quadrant dynamics in hoist load system.
CO2 Analyze the operation of steady state analysis of single phase and three phase fully controlled converter and Chopper fed separately excited dc motor drives and discuss the various control strategies of converter
CO3 Analyze the operation and characteristics of various methods of solid state speed control of induction motor.
CO4 Analyze the operation of various modes of V/f control of synchronous motor drives and different types of permanent magnet synchronous motor drives.
CO5 Analyze and design a current and speed controller and develop the transfer function for DC motor, load and converter, closed loop control 

Subject Code & Name :EE8602-PROTECTION AND SWITCHGEAR

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Identify the causes and effects of faults and ungrounded system
CO2 Analyze the characteristics and functions of Electromagnetic type protective relays
CO3 Analyze the various abnormal conditions in power system apparatus and to select a suitable protection scheme
CO4 Synthesize the static relays using comparators and numerical relays.
CO5 Analyze arc interruption and to select a suitable circuit breaker

Subject Code & Name :EE8691-EMBEDDED SYSTEMS

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze the basic build process of embedded systems, structural units in embedded processor and selection of processor and memory devices depending upon the applications
CO2 Analyze the different types of I/O device ports, buses and different interfaces for data transfer in embedded networking
CO3 Apply the different techniques like state machine model, sequential program model and concurrent model in Embedded Product Development Life Cycle (EDLC).
CO4 Analyze the basic concept of Real Time Operating Systems and scheduling of different task and compare the features of different types of Real Time Operating Systems
CO5 Apply the knowledge of programming concepts of Embedded Systems for various applications like Washing Machine automotive and Smart Card System applications.

Subject Code & Name :EE8002-DESIGN OF ELECTRICAL APPARATUS

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply the Knowledge of Engineering fundamentals to the solutions of magnetic circuits
CO2 Apply the Knowledge of Engineering fundamentals to the design solutions of transformers
CO3 Apply the Knowledge of Engineering fundamentals to the design solutions of Dc machines
CO4 Apply the Knowledge of Engineering fundamentals to the design solutions of induction motors
CO5 Apply the Knowledge of Engineering fundamentals to the design solutions of synchronous machines

 

Subject Code & Name :EE8005-SPECIAL ELECTRICAL MACHINES

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply the magnetic circuit concept to increase the saliency ratio of synchronous reluctance motor and compare improvement of the saliency ratio for the different rotor
CO2 Apply the magnetic circuit concept in stepper motor for various methods of excitation and compare its static and dynamic performance
CO3 Apply basic engineering knowledge to compare the performance of switched reluctance motor with and without sensors
CO4 Apply the concept of D.C motor for brushless operation with electronic commutation in brushless D.C. motor and to develop the torque
CO5 Apply basic engineering knowledge in permanent magnet synchronous motor to design power controller for permanent magnet synchronous motors.

 

Subject Code & Name :EE8661-POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES LABORATORY

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze the VI characteristics of SCR,TRIAC and Generation of Gate Pulse using R, RC and UJT.
CO2 Analyze the characteristics of MOSFET,IGBT,GTO and IGCT
CO3 Design a single phase AC to DC half controlled converter, AC to DC fully controlled converter, step down chopper and step up MOSFET, Switched Mode Power Converter and analyze the output response
CO4 Analyze the output waveforms of single phase and three phase IGBT based PWM inverter, AC Voltage controller and the characteristic of PMBLDC motor.
CO5 Analyze the Simulation of output waveform PE circuits (1Φ & 3Φ semi converters, 1Φ & 3Φ full converters, DC-DC converters, AC voltage controllers).

Subject Code & Name :EE8681-MICROPROCESSORS AND MICROCONTROLLERS LABORATORY

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Design a program for arithmetic operation, Ascending/ Descending order, finding Maximum/Minimum numbers, rotate instruction and code conversions and execute using 8085processor
CO2 Identify and convert Analog to Digital , Digital to Analog numbers and implement the traffic light controller with 8085
CO3 Design a code to display the given words using keyboard display controller for serial communication and programming practices with simulator/Emulator /open source
CO4 Analyze a program using read key to interface with display units and demonstrate conditional jumps ,loops and calling subroutines with 8051 Microcontroller .
CO5 Create program using I/O port ,8051 timer , A/D & D/A interface with DC & AC motors and develop a program for hardware application using embedded processor

Subject Code & Name :EE8611-MINI PROJECT

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply practical knowledge within the chosen area of expertise for project development
CO2 Identify, analyze, design and handle prototype projects with a complete and organized approach
CO3 Contribute as an individual or in a team in development of technical projects
CO4 Create program using I/O port ,8051 timer , A/D & D/A interface with DC & AC motors and develop a program for hardware application using embedded processor

 

SEMESTER-VII

Subject Code & Name :EE8701-HIGH VOLTAGE ENGINEERING

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply the knowledge of Engineering fundamentals to identify the causes of different over voltages in Electrical Power System and select the protection system according to the types of over voltages.
CO2 Identify the factors that leads the breakdown mechanism of different dielectric materials and Compare dielectric strength of the different dielectric materials (Gas, Oil, Vacuum and solid)
CO3 Apply the knowledge of Engineering fundamentals to identify the generating circuits to produce different high voltages and High currents.
CO4 Apply the knowledge of Engineering fundamentals to identify the measuring instrument to measure the different over voltages and currents in Electrical Power System.
CO5 Analyze the testing of different Electrical power apparatus and the insulation coordination

Subject Code & Name :EE8702-POWER SYSTEM OPERATION AND CONTROL

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Outline the voltage, frequency regulation and load forecasting methods
CO2 Analyze the real – power frequency control for single area and two area power system
CO3 Analyze reactive power – voltage control and select a suitable controller to improve the voltageprofile
CO4 Predict the unit to be committed and evaluate the generation scheduling by analyzing cost equation of the units.
CO5 Analyze the Energy Management System and Design a SCADA system

Subject Code & Name :EE8703-RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze the challenges and problems associated with the use of various energy sources, including fossil fuels, with regard to future supply and the environment.
CO2 Formulate the power in wind energy, classify the types of WPPs, select the site for WPPs and analyze the grid integration issues of WPPs.
CO3 Apply the knowledge of engineering for harnessing thermal and electrical energy from solar energy.
CO4 Apply the knowledge of engineering for harnessing electrical energy from biomass, geothermal and hydro power energy.
CO5 Apply the knowledge of engineering for harnessing electrical energy from ocean energy, fuel cell, hybrid energy systems and production with storage of the hydrogen.

Subject Code & Name :GE8071-DISASTER MANAGEMENT

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Differentiate the types of disasters, causes and their impact on environment and society
CO2 Assess vulnerability and various methods of risk reduction measures as well as mitigation.
CO3 Draw the hazard and vulnerability profile of India, Scenarios in the Indian context, Disaster damage assessment and management.
CO4 Capacity to integrate knowledge and to analyze, evaluate and manage the different public health aspects of disaster events at a local and global levels,
CO5 Capacity to describe, analyst and evaluate the environmental, social, cultural, economic, legal and organizational aspects influencing vulnerabilities and capacities to face disasters and Capacity to manage the Public Health aspects of the disasters.

Subject Code & Name :OEC753 – SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Ability to understand various control strategies and controllers for AC and DC Motor Drive systems.
CO2 Implement speed control schemes for Brushless D.C. motors and Permanent Magnet Synchronous motors
CO3 Implement synchronous motor drives with fixed frequency and variable frequency sources
CO4 Select a drive based on mechanical characteristics for a particular drive application.
CO5 To apply their knowledge to prepare control schemes as per different types of motors used in industries and To estimate & solve harmonic and power factor related problems in controlling AC and DC drives

Subject Code & Name :EE8009 -CONTROL OF ELECTRICAL DRIVES

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 To be able to determine if a given system is linear/causal/stable
CO2 Capable of characterizing LTI systems in the time domain and frequency domain
CO3 To be able to compute the output of an LTI system in the time and frequency domains
CO4 Apply the knowledge of linear algebra topics like vector space, basis, dimension, inner product, norm and orthogonal basis to signals.
CO5 Analyze the spectral characteristics of continuous-time periodic and a periodic signals using Fourier analysis and Apply the Laplace transform and Z- transform for analyze of continuous-time and discrete-time signals and systems.

Subject Code & Name :EE8711-POWER SYSTEM SIMULATION LABORATORY

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Develop the coding to analyze the performance of transmission line in electrical power system and to formulate bus impedance, admittance matrix for the given power network
CO2 Develop the coding to Analyze the load flow problems using Newton Raphson and Gauss seidalmethods for the power system and interpret the results.
CO3 Design the simulation model to Analyse the power system under symmetrical and unsymmetrical fault conditions and analyze the transient stability of the power system
CO4 Develop the coding to Analyze the economic dispatch and load frequency dynamic problems for the given power system and interpret the results
CO5 Design the simulation model to Analyze the occurrence of electromagnetic transients in power system and interpret the results

Subject Code & Name :EE8712-RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS LABORATORY

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze the V-I characteristics and efficiency of 1 KW solar PV system with stand alone and grid connected by conducting experiment and
simulation using MATLAB Simulink.
CO2 Analyze the performance and assessment of micro wind energy generator by conducting experiment and simulation using MATLAB Simulink
CO3 Analyze the performance and assessment of solar-wind hybrid system by conducting experiment and simulation using MATLAB Simulink.
CO4 Analyze the Hydel power using MATLAB Simulink and analyze the performance and assessment of Fuel cell by conducting experiment and simulation using MATLAB Simulink.
CO5 Analyze the various types of intelligent controller for hybrid system using MATLAB Simulink.

Subject Code & Name :GE8071-DISASTER MANAGEMENT

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Differentiate the types of disasters, causes and their impact on environment and society
CO2 Assess vulnerability and various methods of risk reduction measures as well as mitigation.
CO3 Draw the hazard and vulnerability profile of India, Scenarious in the Indian context, Disaster damage assessment and management.
CO4 Capacity to integrate knowledge and to analyse, evaluate and manage the different public health aspects of disaster events at a local and global levels,
even when limited information is available.
CO5 Capacity to describe, analyse and evaluate the environmental, social, cultural, economic, legal and organisational aspects influencing vulnerabilities and capacities to face disasters and Capacity to manage the Public Health aspects of the disasters.

 

Subject Code & Name :OEC753 – SIGNALS AND SYSTEMS

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 To be able to determine if a given system is linear/causal/stable
CO2 Capable of characterizing LTI systems in the time domain and frequency domain
CO3 To be able to compute the output of an LTI system in the time and frequency domains
CO4 Apply the knowledge of linear algebra topics like vector space, basis, dimension, inner product, norm and orthogonal basis to signals.
CO5 Analyze the spectral characteristics of continuous-time periodic and a periodic signals using Fourier analysis and Apply the Laplace transform and Z- transform for analyze of continuous-time and discrete-time signals and systems.

 

Subject Code & Name :EE8009 -CONTROL OF ELECTRICAL DRIVES

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Ability to understand various control strategies and controllers for AC and DC Motor Drive systems.
CO2 Implement speed control schemes for Brushless D.C. motors and Permanent Magnet Synchronous motors
CO3 Implement synchronous motor drives with fixed frequency and variable frequency sources
CO4 Select a drive based on mechanical characteristics for a particular drive application.
CO5 To apply their knowledge to prepare control schemes as per different types of motors used in industries and To estimate & solve harmonic and power factor related problems in controlling AC and DC drives

Subject Code & Name :EE8711-POWER SYSTEM SIMULATION LABORATORY

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Develop the coding to analyze the performance of transmission line in electrical power system and to formulate bus impedance, admittance matrix for the given power network
CO2 Develop the coding to Analyses the load flow problems using Newton Raphson and Gauss seidal methods for the power system and interpret the results.
CO3 Design the simulation model to Analyze the power system under symmetrical and unsymmetrical fault conditions and analyze the transient stability of the power system
CO4 Develop the coding to Analyze the economic dispatch and load frequency dynamic problems for the given power system and interpret the results
CO5 Design the simulation model to Analyze the occurrence of electromagnetic transients in power system and interpret the results

Subject Code & Name :EE8712-RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS LABORATORY

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Analyze the V-I characteristics and efficiency of 1 KW solar PV system with stand alone and grid connected by conducting experiment and
simulation using MATLAB Simulink.
CO2 Analyze the performance and assessment of micro wind energy generator by conducting experiment and simulation using MATLAB Simulink
CO3 Analyze the performance and assessment of solar-wind hybrid system by conducting experiment and simulation using MATLAB Simulink.
CO4 Analyze the Hydel power using MATLAB Simulink and analyze the performance and assessment of Fuel cell by conducting experiment and simulation using
MATLAB Simulink
CO5 Analyze the various types of intelligent controller for hybrid system using MATLAB Simulink.

SEMESTER-VIII

Subject Code & Name :EE8015 & Electric Energy Generation, Utilization and Conservation

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Apply the knowledge of mathematics to evaluate the illumination level and wattage consumption by applying laws of illumination.
CO2 Analyze the various types of air conditioning system and the energy efficient motors used in the air conditioning and Refrigeration unit.
CO3 Analyse the different Heating methods and Welding methods used in the industry and Evaluate the energy consumption of electric furnaces.
CO4 Apply the knowledge of mathematics to evaluate the specific energy consumption of different traction services and analyse the different traction motor control.
CO5 Analyse the different Domestic utilization of electric energy and the power quality aspects.

Subject Code & Name :EE8017& High Voltage Direct Current Transmission

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Able To understand the concept, planning of DC power transmission and comparison with AC Power transmission
CO2 Able To analyze HVDC converters
CO3 Able To study about the HVDC system control
CO4 Able To analyze harmonics and design of filters.
CO5 Able To model and analysis the DC system under study state

Subject Code & Name :EE8811&PROJECT WORK

COS COURSE OUTCOMES
CO1 Identify and apply the real world and societal importance problems in the Electrical and its allied area.
CO2 Identify, analyze, design, implement and handle prototype projects with a complete and organized solution methodologies
CO3 Apply modern engineering tools for solution
CO4 Contribute as an individual or in a team in development of technical projects
CO5 Develop effective communication skills for presentation of project related activities and prepare reports and examination following professional ethics

FACULTY LIST

S.NO NAME OF THE FACULTY QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION PHOTO
1 Dr.R.VENKATESH M.E.,Ph.D., PROFESSOR & HOD
2 Dr.I.ALAGARASAN  M.E.,Ph.D., PROFESSOR
3 Mrs.T.MUTHAMIL  M.E., ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
4 Mr.S.SENTHILKUMAR  M.E.,  ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
5 Mr.L.GNANAPRAKASH  M.E.,  ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
6 Mrs.M.PRABHA   M.E.,  ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
7 Mr.G.VINOTHBABU   M.E.,  ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
8 Mrs.P.GANGA   M.E.,  ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
9 Mr.N.NAVINKUMAR   M.E.,  ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
10 Mrs.M.SARANYA   M.E.,  ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
11 Ms.M.SUJITHA   M.E.,  ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
12 Mrs.M.ELAMATHI   M.E.,  ASSISTANT PROFESSOR
13 Mr.S.GOBALAKRISHNAN   M.E.,  ASSISTANT PROFESSOR

FACULTY ACHIVEMENTS

FACULTY PARTICIPATION IN WORKSHOP/WEBINAR/FDP
ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016

S.NO NAME OF THE FACULTY NAME OF THE EVENT ORGANIZED BY
1 SENTHILKUMAR.S TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON PROFESSIONAL ETHICS ANNAPOORNA ENGINEERING COLLEGE ON 27&28-MAY-2016
 2 NITHIYADEVI.V TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON PROFESSIONAL ETHICS ANNAPOORNA ENGINEERING COLLEGE ON 27&28-MAY-2016
 3 JEEVANANDH.R TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON PROFESSIONAL ETHICS ANNAPOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE ON 27&28-MAY-2016
 4 DEVANAND.E TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME ON PROFESSIONAL
ETHICS
ANNAPOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE ON 27&28-MAY-2016
 5 SARANYA.M TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME ON PROFESSIONAL
ETHICS
ANNAPOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE ON 27&28-MAY-2016
 6 GNANAPRAKASH.L TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON PROFESSIONAL
ETHICS
ANNAPOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE ON 27&28-MAY-2016
7 PRABHA.M TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME ON PROFESSIONAL
ETHIC
ANNAPOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE ON 27&28-MAY-2016
    8 LOGANATHAN.P TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME ON PROFESSIONAL
ETHICS
ANNAPOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE ON 27&28-MAY-2016
  9 SATHISH.R TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME ON PROFESSIONAL
ETHICS
ANNAPOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE ON 27&28-MAY-2016
 10 MARIMUTHU.P TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME ON PROFESSIONAL
ETHICS
ANNAPOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE ON 27&28-MAY-2016
 11 DEVARAJAN.R TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME ON PROFESSIONAL
ETHICS
ANNAPOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE ON 27&28-MAY-2016
 12 VENKATESH.R TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME ON PROFESSIONAL
ETHICS
ANNAPOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE ON 27&28-MAY-201
 13 SIVAKUMAR.P.C TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME ON PROFESSIONAL
ETHICS
ANNAPOORNA ENGINEERING COLLEGE ON 27&28-MAY-2016
 14 ELAYABARATHI.T TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME ON PROFESSIONAL
ETHICS
ANNAPOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE ON 27&28-MAY-2016
 15 SANKARGANESH.R TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME ON PROFESSIONAL
ETHICS   
ANNAPOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE ON 27&28-MAY-2016
 16 DHARMALINGAM.M TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT
PROGRAMME ON PROFESSIONAL
ETHICS
ANNAPOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE ON 27&28-MAY-2016
 17 GNANAPRAKASH.L INSA SPONSORED NATIONAL SEMINAR NANDHA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE 9-MAY 2016
FACULTY PARTICIPATION
ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017
S.NO NAME OF THE FACULTY NAME OF THE EVENT ORGANIZED BY
1 SHOBANA.S SKILL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
LECTURE ON RESEARCH
METHODOLOGY AND QUALITY
PUBLICATIONS
SONA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
4 MARCH 2017
2 MEKALA.K SKILL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
LECTURE ON RESEARCH
METHODOLOGY AND QUALITY
PUBLICATIONS
SONA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
4 MARCH 2017
3 NITHIYADEVI.V SKILL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME
LECTURE ON RESEARCH
METHODOLOGY AND QUALITY
PUBLICATIONS
SONA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
4 MARCH 2017
4 SENTHILKUMAR.S TWO DAYS FDP ON USAGE OF ICT
TOOLS IN TEACHING
ANNAPOOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE 4-5 NOV 2016
5 SHOBANA.S TWO DAYS FDP ON USAGE OF ICT
TOOLS IN TEACHING
ANNAPOOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE 4-5 NOV 2016
6 DHARMALINGAM.M TWO DAYS FDP ON USAGE OF ICT TOOLS IN TEACHING ANNAPOOORNA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 4-5 NOV 2016
7 MUTHAMIL.T TWO DAYS FDP ON USAGE OF ICT TOOLS IN TEACHING ANNAPOOORNA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 4-5 NOV 2016
8 SATHISHKUMAR.SM TWO DAYS FDP ON USAGE OF ICT TOOLS IN TEACHING ANNAPOOORNA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 4-5 NOV 2016

9 NITHYA DEVI.V TWO DAYS FDP ON USAGE OF ICT
TOOLS IN TEACHING
ANNAPOOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE 4-5 NOV 2016
10 JEEVANADH.R TWO DAYS FDP ON USAGE OF ICT
TOOLS IN TEACHING
ANNAPOOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE 4-5 NOV 2016
11 DEVANAND.E TWO DAYS FDP ON USAGE OF ICT
TOOLS IN TEACHING
ANNAPOOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE 4-5 NOV 2016
12 MEKALA.K TWO DAYS FDP ON USAGE OF ICT
TOOLS IN TEACHING
ANNAPOOORNA ENGINEERING
COLLEGE 4-5 NOV 2016

FACULTY PARTICIPATION
ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-2018
S.NO NAME OF THE FACULTY NAME OF THE EVENT ORGANIZED BY
1 GNANAPRAKASH.L BEST EDC CO-ORDINATOR AWARD SALEM PRODUCTIVITY COUNCIL 13-APRIL 2018
2 GNANAPRAKASH.L FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP AMRITA CENTRE FOR ENTREPRENEURSHIP,CORPORAT E &INDUSTRY RELATIONS
3  GANGA.P TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP ON INNOVATIVE PRACTICES FOR EFFECTIVE PROFESSIONAL TEACHING ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE
4 MUTHAMIL.T TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP ON INNOVATIVE PRACTICES FOR EFFECTIVE PROFESSIONAL TEACHING ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE
5 SHOBANA.S TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP ON INNOVATIVE PRACTICES FOR EFFECTIVE PROFESSIONAL TEACHING ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE
6 NAVINKUMAR.N TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP ON INNOVATIVE PRACTICES FOR EFFECTIVE PROFESSIONAL TEACHING ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE
7 MEKALA.K TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP ON INNOVATIVE PRACTICES FOR EFFECTIVE PROFESSIONAL TEACHIN ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE
8 VENKATESH.R TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP ON INNOVATIVE PRACTICES FOR EFFECTIVE PROFESSIONAL TEACHING ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE
9 GUNASEKARAN.M TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP ON INNOVATIVE PRACTICES FOR EFFECTIVE PROFESSIONAL TEACHING ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE
10 GNANAPRAKASH.L TWO DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT WORKSHOP ON INNOVATIVE PRACTICES FOR EFFECTIVE PROFESSIONAL TEACHING ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE
FACULTY PARTICIPATION

ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-2019

S.NO NAME OF THE FACULTY NAME OF THE EVENT ORGANIZED BY
1 GNANAPRAKASH.L EDC COORDINATOR IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP AWARENESS ONE DAY WORKSHOP SALEM PRODUCTIVITY COUNCIL 10 APRIL 2019
2  MUTHAMIL.T ADVANCE POWER ELECTRONICS AND CONTROL  IIT ROORKEE JAN-MARCH 20
3 GNANAPRAKASH.L EDC COORDINATOR IN ENTREPRENEURSHIP AWARENESS- ONE DAY WORKSHOP SALEM PRODUCTIVITY COUNCIL18-12-2018
4 VENKAKATESH.R INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ON ONE DAY WORKSHOP SONA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY 23-08-2018
5 SENTHILKUMAR.S INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ON ONE DAY WORKSHOP SONA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY 23-08-2018
6 T.MUTHAMIL INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ON ONE DAY WORKSHOP SONA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY 23-08-2018
7 PRABHA.M INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ON ONE DAY WORKSHOP SONA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY 23-08-2018
8 GANGA.P INDUSTRIAL AUTOMATION ON ONE DAY WORKSHOP SONA COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY 23-08-2018
9 VENKAKATESH.R FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON PATENT DRAFTING FOR BEGINNERS ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 03-04 AUGUST 2018
10 MEKALA.K FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON PATENT DRAFTING FOR BEGINNER ANNAPOORNA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 03-04 AUGUST 2018
11 SENTHILKUMAR.S FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON PATENT DRAFTING FOR BEGINNERS ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 03-04 AUGUST 2018
12 MUTHAMIL.T FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON PATENT DRAFTING FOR BEGINNERS ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 03-04 AUGUST 2018
13 GNANAPRAKASH.L FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON PATENT DRAFTING FOR BEGINNERS ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 03-04 AUGUST 201
14 PRABHA.M FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON PATENT DRAFTING FOR BEGINNERS ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 03-04 AUGUST 2018
15 SARANYA.M FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON PATENT DRAFTING FOR BEGINNER ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 03-04 AUGUST 2018
16 GUNASEKARAN.M FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON PATENT DRAFTING FOR BEGINNER ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 03-04 AUGUST 2018
17 VIJAYAKUMAR.G FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON PATENT DRAFTING FOR BEGINNERS ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 03-04 AUGUST 2018
18 RAMYA. G FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON PATENT DRAFTING FOR BEGINNERS ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 03-04 AUGUST 2018
19 GANGA.P FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON PATENT DRAFTING FOR BEGINNERS ANNAPOORNA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 03-04 AUGUST 2018
20 NAVINKUMAR.N FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON PATENT DRAFTING FOR BEGINNERS ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 03-04 AUGUST 2018
21 NITHYA DEVI.V FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON PATENT DRAFTING FOR BEGINNERS ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 03-04 AUGUST 2018
22 GNANAPRAKASH.L TWO DAY WORKSHOP ON INTRODUCTION TO ROBOTICS BANNARI AMMAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ERODE 27-28 JULY 2018
23 MUTHAMIL.T “ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND IMAGE PROCESSING USING MATLAB&SIMULINK” VINAYAKA MISSIONS KIRUPANANDA VARIYAR ENGINEERING COLLEGE 23-24 JULY 2019
24 GANGA.P SMART GRID COMMUNICATION MEASUREMENT AND CONTRO NARASUS SARATHY INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY SALEM 13 JULY 2018
FACULTY PARTICIPATION
ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-2020
S.NO NAME OF THE FACULTY NAME OF THE EVENT ORGANIZED BY
1 GNANAPRAKASH.L NATIONAL FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME IN “ENTREPRENEURSHIP ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE OF INDIA HELD AT VIVEKANANDHA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING FOR WOMEN TIRUCHENGODE
2 PRABHA.M THREE DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON “APPLICATIONS OF POWER ELECTRONICS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY AND POWER SYSTEMS” RAJALAKSHMI ENGINEERING COLLEGE CHENNAI 23,24,25 JUNE 2020
3 MUTHAMIL.T THREE DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON “APPLICATIONS OF POWER ELECTRONICS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY AND POWER SYSTEMS” RAJALAKSHMI ENGINEERING COLLEGE CHENNAI 23,24,25 JUNE 2020
4 VENKATESH.R THREE DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON “APPLICATIONS OF POWER ELECTRONICS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY AND POWER SYSTEMS” RAJALAKSHMI ENGINEERING COLLEGE CHENNAI 23,24,25 JUNE 2020
5 SENTHILKUMAR.S THREE DAYS FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON “APPLICATIONS OF POWER ELECTRONICS FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY AND POWER SYSTEMS” RAJALAKSHMI ENGINEERING COLLEGE CHENNAI 23,24,25 JUNE 202
6 VENKATESH.R ONLINE WEBINAR ON “STRESS MANAGEMENT” AVINASHILINGAM INSTITUTE FOR HOME SCIENCE AND HIGHER EDUCATION FOR WOMEN
7 MUTHAMIL.T “PROGRAMMING USING MATLAB” ONLINE AICTE FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME” NITTTR,CHANDIGARH 08-12 JUNE 2020
8 MUTHAMIL.T “OUTCOME BASED CURRICULUM DESIGN””ONLINE AICTE FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME” CURICULUM DEVELOPMENT CENTRE DEPARTMENT NITTTR, CHANDIGARH
9 VENKATESH.R YOUR PASSION AND PROFESSION PARTICIPATE IN WEBINAR ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 28-05-2020
10 MUTHAMIL.T UNNUDAN USHAR” PARTICIPATE IN WEBINAR ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 22-05-2020
11 MUTHAMIL.T “OUTCOME BASED EDUCATIONQUALITY IMPACT” PARTICIPATE IN WEBINAR ANNAPOORANA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 21-05-2020

12 MUTHAMIL.T “ONLINE AICTE FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME” 8051 AND ITS APPLICATIONS” NITTTR,CHANDIGARH 18-22 MAY 2020
13 MUTHAMIL.T “AN ONLINE FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON RF SYSTEM DESIGN RESEARCH PERSPECTIVE” CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION TAGORE INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 16-05-2020
14 VENKATESH.R “AN ONLINE FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON RF SYSTEM DESIGN RESEARCH PERSPECTIVE” CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION TAGORE INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 16-05-2020
15 PRABHA.M “AN ONLINE FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON RF SYSTEM DESIGN RESEARCH PERSPECTIVE” CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION TAGORE INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 16-05-2020
16 SENTHILKUMAR.S “AN ONLINE FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON RF SYSTEM DESIGN RESEARCH PERSPECTIVE” CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION TAGORE INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 16-05-2020
17 GANGA.P “AN ONLINE FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ON RF SYSTEM DESIGN RESEARCH PERSPECTIVE” CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION TAGORE INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY 16-05-2020
18 VENKATESH.R CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION “TECHNICAL QUIZ ON ARTIFICIAL INTILLIGENCE AND MACHINE LEARNING” MAHENDRA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 13-05-2020
19 MUTHAMIL.T “HOW TO DEVELOP EMBEDDED SYSTEM APPLICATIONS” CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION SATHYABAMA INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE 13-05-2020
20 VENKATESH.R NAAC REVISED ACCREDITATION FRAMEWORK 2020″ PARTICIPATION IN
AWARENESS PROGRAMME
JSPM NARHE TECHNICAL CAMPUS 11-15 MAY 2020
21 RAMYA.G “RESEARCH CHALLENGES AND INNOVATIONS IN RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS” INTERNATIONAL FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME AARUPADAI VEEDU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 11-16 MAY 2020
22 GOBALAKRISHNAN.S RESEARCH CHALLENGES AND INNOVATIONS IN RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS” INTERNATIONAL FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME AARUPADAI VEEDU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 11-16 MAY 2020
23 ELAMATHI.M “RESEARCH CHALLENGES AND INNOVATIONS IN RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS” INTERNATIONAL FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME AARUPADAI VEEDU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 11-16 MAY 2020
24 MUTHAMIL.T “RESEARCH CHALLENGES AND INNOVATIONS IN RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS” INTERNATIONAL FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME AARUPADAI VEEDU INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 11-16 MAY 2020
25 VENKATESH.R CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION “MACHINE LEARNING WITH COVID19” MAHENDRA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 09-05-2020
26 PRABHA.M           “CAN PROTOCOL FOR AUTOMOTIVE APPICATIONS” ONE DAY ONLINE WEBINAR MAHENDRA ENGINEERING COLLEGE 09-05-2020
27 GNANAPRAKASH.L “EXPLORING OUTCOME BASED EDUCATION AND NBA PROCESS” WEBINAR SERIES KNOWLEDGE INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 07-13 MAY 2020
28 VENKATESH.R WEBINAR ON “LIGHT WEIGHT PROTOCOLS IN INTERNET OF THINGS “ SRI RANGANATHAR INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING 07-05-2020
29 MUTHAMIL.T COVID-19 PANDEMIC GENERAL AWARENESS QUIZ AAROGYA SETU VINAYAKA MISSIONS KIRUPANANDA VARIYAR ENGINEERING COLLEGE 30-042020
30 VENKATESH.R FIVE DAY FACULTY DEVELOPMENT ON “TECHNOLOGICAL ADVANCEMENT IN POWER SYSTEM CONTROL POWER CONTROLLERS DRIVES &E-VEHICLES TAPPAD 2020” Dr.N.G.P.INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY COIMBATORE 27 TO 01 MAY 2020
31 VENKATESH.R “SEN ONLINE QUIZ 2020” WORLD INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR SENGUNTHAR ENGINEERING COLLEGE 26-04-2020
32 GNANAPRAKASH.L NPTEL WORKSHOP BY IIT MADRAS CERTIFICATE OF PARTICIPATION      M.KUMARASAMY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 10-01-2020
33 GNANAPRAKASH.L “INTERNET OF THINGS FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLES” TWO DAY NATIONAL SEMINAR PAAVAI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 20-21 DEC 2019
34 GNANAPRAKASH.L “RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS LABORATORY” ONE DAY HANDS ON TRAINING MUTHAYAMMAL COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 18.12.2019
35 GNANAPRAKASH.L “ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE THROUGH AUTONOMY & ACCREDITATION” ONE DAY WORKSHOP AASSAAN EDUCARE FOUNDATION ATHOTEL COURTYARD CHENNAI 28 SEP 2019
36 MUTHAMIL.T “DIGITAL CIRCUITS” COURSE COMPLETED NPTEL ONLINE CERTIFICATION JULY-OCT 2019
37 MUTHAMIL.T “ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND IMAGE PROCESSING USING MATLAB&SIMULINK” VINAYAKA MISSIONS KIRUPANANDA VARIYAR ENGINEERING COLLEGE 23-24 JULY 2019
38 SARANYA.M “ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND IMAGE PROCESSING USING MATLAB&SIMULINK” VINAYAKA MISSIONS KIRUPANANDA VARIYAR ENGINEERING COLLEGE 23-24
JULY 201
39 SUJITHA.M “ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND IMAGE PROCESSING USING MATLAB&SIMULINK” VINAYAKA MISSIONS KIRUPANANDA VARIYAR ENGINEERING COLLEGE 23-24 JULY 2019
40 NAVINKUMAR.N “ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE AND IMAGE PROCESSING USING MATLAB&SIMULINK” VINAYAKA MISSIONS KIRUPANANDA VARIYAR ENGINEERING COLLEGE 23-24 JULY 2019

 

FACULTY PARTICIPATION

ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-2021

S.NO NAME OF THE FACULTY NAME OF THE EVENT ORGANIZED BY
1 GNANAPRAKASH.L “STRESS MANAGEMENT” ONLINE LIVE FDP ICT ACADEMY 2nd JULY 2021
2 MUTHAMIL.T BEST PRACTICES IN TEACHINGLEARNING AND ASSESMENT-WEBINAR V.M.K.V ENGINEERING COLLEGE 22ND JULY 2021
3 PRABHA.M BEST PRACTICES IN TEACHINGLEARNING AND ASSESMENT-WEBINAR V.M.K.V ENGINEERING COLLEGE 22ND JULY 2021
4 VENKATESH.R TRANSFORMAION THROUGH NAAC ACCREDITATION PROCESS, A NATIONAL LEVEL WORKSHOP FOR HIGHER EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTIONS- ONLINE WORKSHOP. INSTITUE FOR ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE 22nd JUNE 2021
5 PRABHA.M VIRTUAL FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP- FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT INSTITUE OF INDIA 14-26TH JUNE 2021
6 PRABHA.M WEBINAR RENEWABLE NTEGRATION TO POWER SYSTEM- WEBINAR Er.PERUMAL MANIMEKALAI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 6th JUNE 2021
7 PRABHA.M RESEARCH INNOVATIONS AND EMERGING ADVANCES IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING- FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ESWARI ENGINEERING COLLEGE 14th-19th JUNE2021
8 MUTHAMIL.T INNOVATIVE CONTROL TECHNIQUES FOR HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE- WEBINAR V.M.K.V ENGINEERING COLLEGE 26thJUNE 2021
9 MUTHAMIL.T PATENT COMMRCIALIZATION METHODS AND STRATEGY- ONLINE WORKSHOP FRANCIS XAVIER ENGINEERINGCOLLEGE 19th JUNE 2021
10 PRABHA.M PATENT COMMRCIALIZATION METHODS AND STRATEGY- ONLINE WORKSHOP FRANCIS XAVIER ENGINEERINGCOLLEGE 19th JUNE 2021
11 GANGA.P PATENT COMMRCIALIZATION METHODS AND STRATEGY- ONLINE WORKSHOP  FRANCIS XAVIER ENGINEERINGCOLLEGE 19th JUNE 2021
12 GANGA.P RENEWABLE INTEGRATION TO POWER SYSTEM- WEBINAR Er. PERUMAL MANIMEKALAI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 276th JUNE 2021
13 MUTHAMIL.T INNOVATIVE CONTROL TECHNIQUES FOR HYBRID ELECTRIC VEHICLE- WEBINAR V.M.K.V ENGINEERING COLLEGE 26thJUNE 2021
14 MUTHAMIL.T RESEARCH INNOVATIONS AND EMERGING ADVANCES IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING- FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ESWARI ENGINEERING COLLEGE 14th-19th JUNE2021
15 GNANAPRAKASH.L VIRTUAL FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM ON ENTREPRENEURSHIP- FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT INSTITUE OF INDIA 14-26TH JUNE 2021
16 PRABHA.M EMERGING POWER CONVERSION TECHNIQUES FOR RENEWAABLE ENERRGY AND ELECTRIC VEHICLE APLLICATIONS- FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME Er. PERUMAL MANIMEKALAI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 2729th MAY 2021
17 MUTHAMIL.T RENEWABLE INTEGRATION TO POWER SYSTEM- WEBINAR Er. PERUMAL MANIMEKALAI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 276th JUNE 2021
18 GANGA.P EMERGING POWER CONVERSION TECHNIQUES FOR RENEWAABLE ENERRGY AND ELECTRIC VEHICLE APLLICATIONS- FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME Er. PERUMAL MANIMEKALAI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 2729th MAY 2021
19 MUTHAMIL.T EMERGING POWER CONVERSION TECHNIQUES FOR RENEWAABLE ENERRGY AND ELECTRIC VEHICLE APLLICATIONS- FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME Er. PERUMAL MANIMEKALAI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 2729th MAY 2021
20 MUTHAMIL.T HOW SHOULD STUDENTS PROJECTS FOSTER IPRs SRM TRP ENGINEERING COLLEGE 21st MAY 2021
21 MUTHAMIL.T EXPLORING REALTIME TECHNOLOGY- INTERNATIONAL WEBINAR MOHAMED SATHAK AJ COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 31st MAY2021
22 GNANAPRAKASH.L “ICT TOOLS FOR FACULTY” ONLINE LIVE FDP ICT ACADEMY 21st MAY 2021
23 MUTHAMIL.T SMART AUTOMATION IN COMPUTER ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS AND COMMUICATION ENGINEERING- INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE SRM VALLIAMMAI ENGINEERING COLLEGE 10th APRIL 2021
24 PRABHA.M SMART AUTOMATION IN COMPUTER ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS AND COMMUICATION ENGINEERING- INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE SRM VALLIAMMAI ENGINEERING COLLEGE 10th APRIL 2021
25 GNANAPRAKASH.L SMART AUTOMATION IN COMPUTER ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS AND COMMUICATION ENGINEERING- INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE SRM VALLIAMMAI ENGINEERING COLLEGE 10th APRIL 2021
26 VENKATESH.R SMART AUTOMATION IN COMPUTER ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS AND COMMUICATION ENGINEERING- INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE SRM VALLIAMMAI ENGINEERING COLLEGE 10th APRIL 2021
27 SENTHILKUMAR.S  SMART AUTOMATION IN COMPUTER ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS AND COMMUICATION ENGINEERING- INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE SRM VALLIAMMAI ENGINEERING COLLEGE 10th APRIL 2021
28 GANGA.P  SMART AUTOMATION IN COMPUTER ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS AND COMMUICATION ENGINEERING- INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE SRM VALLIAMMAI ENGINEERING COLLEGE 10th APRIL 2021
29 MUTHAMIL.T MODELLING OF SOLAR & WIND ENERGY SYSTEMS WITH DESIGN TECHNIQUES OF CONVERTER AND INVERTER TECHNOLOGIES- NATIONAL LEVEL WORKSHOP KARPAGAM ACADEMY OF HIGHER EDUCATION 12th MARCH 2021
30 PRABHA.M SIMULATING POWER ELECTRONICS APPLICATIONS USING PYTHON &MATLAB – FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME M.KUMARASAMY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING19-20th MARCH 2021
31 PRABHA.M MODELLING OF SOLAR & WIND ENERGY SYSTEMS WITH DESIGN TECHNIQUES OF CONVERTER AND INVERTER TECHNOLOGIES- NATIONAL LEVEL WORKSHOP KARPAGAM ACADEMY OF HIGHER EDUCATION 12th MARCH 2021
32 SENTHILKUMAR.S MODELLING OF SOLAR & WIND ENERGY SYSTEMS WITH DESIGN TECHNIQUES OF CONVERTER AND INVERTER TECHNOLOGIES – NATIONAL LEVEL WORKSHOP  KARPAGAM ACADEMY OF HIGHER EDUCATION 12th MARCH 2021
33 GANGA.P SIMULATING POWER ELECTRONICS APPLICATIONS USING PYTHON &MATLAB – FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME M.KUMARASAMY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING19-20th MARCH 2021
34 GANGA.P MODELLING OF SOLAR & WIND ENERGY SYSTEMS WITH DESIGN TECHNIQUES OF CONVERTER AND INVERTER TECHNOLOGIES- NATIONAL LEVEL WORKSHO KARPAGAM ACADEMY OF HIGHER EDUCATION 12th MARCH 2021
35 MUTHAMIL.T SIMULATING POWER ELECTRONICS APPLICATIONS USING PYTHON &MATLAB – FACULTY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME M.KUMARASAMY COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING19-20th MARCH 2021
36 VENKATESH.R MODELLING OF SOLAR & WIND ENERGY SYSTEMS WITH DESIGN TECHNIQUES OF CONVERTER AND INVERTER TECHNOLOGIES- NATIONAL LEVEL WORKSHOP KARPAGAM ACADEMY OF HIGHER EDUCATION 12th MARCH 2021
37 PRABHA.M DIGITAL TEACHING TECHNIQUES- ONLINE CERTIFICATE COURSE ICT ACADEMY 18-23rd JAN2021
38 GANGA.P CIRCUIT DESIGN USING AUTOCAD ELECTRICAL (ONLINE FDP) ICT ACADEMY 25-30th JAN2021
39 GANGA.P EXPOSURE AND FIELD VISIT FOR PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION-SESSION V.M.K.V ENGINEERING COLLEGE 9th DECEMBER 2020
40 MUTHAMIL.T PSIM & EMTP FOR INNOVATION IN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING -WEBINAR SOLAMALAI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 12th DECEMBER 2020
41 MUTHAMIL.T PROCESS MANAGEMENT IN PROBLEM SOLVING- ONLINE LIVE FDP ICT ACADEMY 14-18th DECEMBER 2020
42 MUTHAMIL.T ROLE OF INTERNAL ACADEMIC & ADMINISTRATIVE AUDITIN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTE – ONLNE WORKSHOP ADHIYAMAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 2-3rd DECEMBER 2020
43 PRABHA.M ROLE OF INTERNAL ACADEMIC & ADMINISTRATIVE AUDITIN HIGHER EDUCATION INSTITUTE – ONLNE WORKSHOP ADHIYAMAN COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING 2-3rd DECEMBER 2020
44 PRABHA.M EXPOSURE AND FIELD VISIT FOR PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION-SESSION V.M.K.V ENGINEERING COLLEGE 9th DECEMBER 2020
45 VENKATESH.R EXPOSURE AND FIELD VISIT FOR PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION-SESSION V.M.K.V ENGINEERING COLLEGE 9th DECEMBER 2020
46 MUTHAMIL.T ENTERPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT PHASES-WORKSHOP V.M.K.V ENGINEERING COLLEGE 27th NOVEMBER 2020
47 PRABHA.M PSIM & EMTP FOR INNOVATIONS IN ELETRICAL ENGINEERING – WEBINAR SOLAMALAI COLLEGE OF ENGINEERIN 12th NOVEMBER 2020
48 MUTHAMIL.T AI BASED NOVEL POWER DISTRIBUTION AND CORRECTION TECHNOLOGY SHORT TERM TRAINING PROGRAMME SENGUNTHAR ENGINEERING COLLEGE 23RD TO 28TH NOVEMBER 2020
49 MUTHAMIL.T ROLE OF COMMUNICATION SKILLS IN ACADEMIC AND PROFESSIONAL SUCCESS – WEBINAR TEERTHANKER MAHAVEER UNIVERSITY 1ST OCTOBER2020

 

FACULTY PUBLICATIONS IN JOURNALS

ACADEMIC YEAR 2014-2015

S.No Title of paper Name of the author/s Name of journal Year of publication ISBN/ISSN number
1 Implementation of Load Frequency Control of Multi Area SSSC and CES based System under Deregulation using SA P.Marimuthu Australian journal of basic and applied sciences 2014-15 ISSN:1991-8178

ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016

S.No Title of Paper Name of the Author/s Name of Journal Year of Publication ISBN/ISSN Number
1 A Novel Multilevel Inverter Topologies with Reduced Switches using Fuzzy  Controller R.Venkatesh, & Senthilkumar Asian Journal of Research in Social Science and Humanities, Asian Research Consortium 2016 2249-7315
2 Design of integral controller for load frequency control of static synchronous series compensator and capacitive energy source based multi area system consisting of diverse sources of generation employing imperialistic competition algorithm P.Marimuthu International  journal of Electrical power and energy systems,Elsevier Publishers 2015 0142-0615
3 Comparative performance of various evalutionary algorithms for  Multi Area SSSC and CES based System under Deregulation P.Marimuthu International Journal of Applied Engineering Research 2015

Print ISSN 0973-4562

Online ISSN 1087–1090

ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017

S.No Title of Paper Name of the Author/s Name of Journal Year of Publication ISBN/ISSN Number
1 Fuzzy Logic Controller Based Multilevel Inverter Topologies with Reduced Switches R.Venkatesh, & Senthilkumar Asian Journal of Research in Social Science and Humanities, Asian Research Consortium 2016 2249-7315

ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-2018

S.No Title of Paper Name of the Author/s Name of Journal Year of Publication ISBN/ISSN Number
1 A novel four quadrant dc series motor control drive for traction applications

S.Senthilkumar,

R.Venkatesh,

P.Ganga,

T.Muthamil

International Journal of Management, Technology And Engineering 2018 2249-7455
2 Analysis of Buck-Boost Converter Applied to various MPPT Techniques for PV Systems P.Ganga  IRJET 2018 2395-0056
3 Fault Diagnosis in induction motor using Fuzzy Logic

R.Venkatesh,

S.Senthilkumar

IRJET 2018 2395-0056
4 Speed Control of BLDC Motor using PV Powered Synchronous Zeta Converter

P.Ganga,

R.Venkatesh,

S.Senthilkumar,

M.Sujitha.

International Journal of Management, Technology And Engineering 2018 2249-7455
5 A Novel Buck/Boost/Buck-Boost Three-Input DC-DC Converter R.Venkatesh, S.Senthilkumar, P.Ganga, M.Saranya. International Journal of Management, Technology And Engineering 2018 2249-7455
6 A Scalable Approach to Efficient House Power Consumption and co2 Management Through Fuzzy Logic

L.Gnanaprakash,

M.Prabha,

N.Navinkumar,

M.Gunasekaran

International Journal of Management, Technology And Engineering 2018 2249-7455

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-2019

S.No Title of Paper Name of the Author/s Name of Journal Year of Publication ISBN/ISSN Number
1 Four Switch Buck-Boost Converter for Photovoltaic DC-DC Power Applications S.Senthilkumar R.Venkatesh P.Ganga G.Vijayakumar Journal of Information and Computational Science 2019 1548-7741
2 An Automatic Single Axis Tracking and Cleaning Mechanism for Solar Photovoltaic System

L.Gnanaprakash

N.Navinkumar

M.Prabha

G.Vijayakumar

A Journal of composition theory 2019 0731-6755
3 A New Multilevel inverter topology for power applications

R.Venkatesh

S.Senthilkumar

IRJET 2018 2395-0056
4 A Cascaded Multilevel D-STATCOM for Real-Time Load Power Factor Correction

T.Muthamil

G.Ramya

K.Mekala

M.Sujitha

International Journal of Management, Technology And Engineering 2018 2249-7455

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-2020

S.No Title of Paper Name of the Author/s Name of Journal Year of Publication ISBN/ISSN Number
1 Renewable Energy Management systems ON-GRID & OFF-GRID WIND/PVAND Battery Hybrid systems R.Venkatesh  P.Ganga Parishodh Journals 2020 2347-6648
2 Design of an Effective DC to DC Boost Converter for Photovoltaic Applications R.Venkatesh S.Senthilkumar P.Ganga T.Muthamil A Journal of composition theory 2019 0731-6755
3 Vehicle Tracking With Black Box System Using Android M.Prabha L.Gnanaprakash N.Navinkumar T.Muthamil Science,Technology and Development journal 2019 0950-0707
4 Heart Rate Monitoring System Using IOT N.Navinkumar  L.Gnanaprakash M.Prabha Journal of Information and Computational Science 2019 1548-7741
5 A Two-phase Zero-Voltage-Transition Boost Converter for Power Factor Correction T.Muthamil G.Ramya S.Senthilkumar P.Ganga Journal of Information and Computational Science 2019 1548-7741
6 Design and Analysis of High Gain Modified SEPIC Converter for Photovoltaic Applications

P.Ganga

R.Venkatesh

T.Muthamil

K.Mekala

Journal of Information and Computational Science 2019 2019

FACULTY PARTICIPATION/PUBLICATION IN NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE

ACADEMIC YEAR 2014-2015

S.No Title of Paper Name of the Author/s Name of the Conference ISBN Number of the Proceeding Organized by
1 Load Frequency Control of Multi Area SSSC and CES based System under Deregulation using Genetic Algorithm P.Marimuthu  International Conference on Advances in computing,control,communication , Automation and Structural Engineering Al-Ameen  Engineering College
2 Implementation of Load Frequency Control of Multi Area SSSC and CES based System under Deregulation using SA P.Marimuthu Springer  International Conference on Soft computing system Noorul Islam University
3 Comparative performance of various evolutionary algorithms for  Multi Area SSSC and CES based System under Deregulation P.Marimuthu ICBDM-2015 Noorul Islam University   
  A Novel Multilevel inverter topology with reduced switches R.Venkatesh International Conference on ISREA-2015 Sona College of Technology

ACADEMIC YEAR 2015-2016

S.No Title of Paper Name of the Author/s Name of the Conference ISBN Number of the Proceeding Organized by
1 A New Multilevel Inverter Topology using Fuzzy Logic Controller With Reduced switches R.Venkatesh International Conference on Electrical, Electronics & Computer Engineering -2016 978-93-81830-95-6 VIVEKANANDHA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING FOR WOMEN
2 A Novel Multilevel Inverter Topology with Reduced Switches using Fuzzy controller R.Venkatesh National Level Conference on “Emerging Trends in Renewable Energy” _ Dhirajlal Gandhi College of Technology
3 Solar tracker robot using Microcontroller

S.Senthilkumar &

M.Prabha

National Conference “Innovation in Engineering and Technology” Narasu’s Sarathy institute of Technology
4 Reliability Modeling for Electric Drives under FOC

S.Senthilkumar &

M.Prabha

ICAEST’16 SBM College of Engineering and Technology

 

ACADEMIC YEAR 2016-2017

S.No Title of Paper Name of the Author/s Name of the Conference ISBN Number of the Proceeding Organized by
1 Automated power factor correction and energy monitoring system

P.C.Sivakumar

M.Dharmalingam

&

R.Jeevanandh

NCECMCS-2017 Dr.Nagarathinam’s College of Engineering
2 Single Stage Power Factor Correction AC/DC Converter

E.Devanand

V.Nithyadevi

NCECMCS-2017 Dr.Nagarathinam’s College of Engineering

ACADEMIC YEAR 2017-2018

S.No Title of Paper Name of the Author/s Name of the Conference ISBN Number of the Proceeding Organized by
1 Modeling and Analysis of Boost Converter for Micro Grid Application

P.Ganga

National conference on Science,Engineering,Technology and Management-NCSETM 2K18 978-93-84893-01-9 Annapoorana Engineering College
2 DC Microgrid for Integrating Wind and Solar Energy P.Ganga P.Ganga 978-93-84893-01-9 Annapoorana Engineering College
3 Annapoorana Engineering College T.Muthamil T.Muthamil T.Muthamil Annapoorana Engineering College
4 3-D Temperature reconstruction of the flame field in a tangentially fixed furnace T.Muthamil National conference on Science,Engineering,Technology and Management-NCSETM 2K18 978-93-84893-01-9 Annapoorana Engineering College
5 Development of low power buck convertor for enhanced light load efficiency S.Senthilkumar National conference on Science,Engineering,Technology and Management-NCSETM 2K18 978-93-84893-01-9 Annapoorana Engineering CollegeAnnapoorana Engineering College

ACADEMIC YEAR 2018-2019

S.No Title of Paper Name of the Author/s Name of the conference ISBN number of the proceeding Organized by
1 IoT Based Aqua Q Sense for Indian Railways M.Gunasekaran ICSETM18

The Institute of Engineering,

Udaipur.

ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-2020

S.No Title of Paper Name of the Author/s Name of the conference ISBN number of the proceeding Organized by
1 Design of DFT-based Controller for selective harmonic compensation in shunt active power filters

T.Muthamil,

S.Senthilkumar &

P.Ganga

ICMTCEA-2020 9789387748347 Annapoorana Engineering College
2 A 23 level cascaded multi-level inverter with reduced No Of Switches

L.Gnanaprakash

&

M.Prabha

ICMTCEA-2020 9789387748347 Annapoorana Engineering College
ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-2021
S.No Title of Paper Name of the Author/s Name of the conference ISBN number of the proceeding Organized by
 1 IOT Based Solar Power Assisted Battery Balancing System for E-Vehicles

L.Gnanaprakash

M.Prabha

T.Muthamil,

ICSA-2021 978-81-953396-0-0 SRM Valliammai Engineering College 
 2 Energy Management for ON Grid and OFF Grid Wind/PV 

 R.venkatesh

S.Senthilkumar

P.Ganga

ICSA-2021 978-81-953396-0-0  SRM Valliammai Engineering College 

PATENT PUBLISHED

Sl No Department Name of the patenting teacher Name of the Patent Status Month & Year Reference Number Country Archived in Repository Applicant / Inventor
1

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Dr.R.Venkatesh A system and method for contactless finger print scanning and attendance process Published Sep-20 202041039460 India

Issue No:39/2020

, Page

No:42831

Applicant & Inventor
2

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Dr.R.Venkatesh Smart Multimode Electric Cycle Published June-2021 20214102130DA India

Issue No:24/2021,

Page

No 26245

 

BOOK PUBLISHED

Sl. No Name of the teacher Title of the book/chapters  published Year of publication ISBN/ISSN number Name of the publisher
1 Dr.R.Venkatesh,
S.Senthilkumar,
P.Ganga
Power Electronics 2018-2019 978-93-89658-11-8 SHANLAX Publication
Sl. No Name of the teacher Title of the book/chapters  published Year of publication ISBN/ISSN number Name of the publisher
1 T.Muthamil,
L.Gnanaprakash,
M.Prabha
Basic Electrical,Electronics and Measurement Engineering 2018-2019 978-93-89658-12-5 SHANLAX Publication

STUDENT ACHIEVEMENT

ACADEMIC YEAR 2019-2020

S.NO DATE NAME OF THE STUDENT NAME OF THE EVENT

ORGANIZED

1 26.06.2020 E.Murugan

Webinar on “Electronic

Design in theory Vs Electronic Design in Industry

SVS College of Engineering
2 21.06.2020 Murugan.E Short Course on “Learn to design your own solar home system” Energy Swaraj  Foundation
3 21.06.2020 Vasanth K Short Course on “Learn to design your own solar home system” Energy Swaraj  Foundation
4 21.06.2020 Ajay N Short Course on “Learn to design your own solar home system” Energy Swaraj  Foundation
5 21.06.2020 Prabhavathi.E Short Course on “Learn to design your own solar home system” Energy Swaraj  Foundation
6 21.06.2020 Nandhakumar Short Course on “Learn to design your own solar home system” Energy Swaraj  Foundation
7 8/6/2020 Murugan E

online one-day webinar titled “Introduction to IPR & Importance of

Incubation Centre”

Mahaveer Institute Science and Technology AAR Mahaveer Engineering

College

8

20.12.2019

to 21.12.2019

Keerthivasan R National Level seminar on “IOT for Electric Vehicles” Paavai College of Engineering
9

20.12.2019

to 21.12.2019

Vijay S National Level seminar on “IOT for Electric Vehicles” Paavai College of Engineering
10

20.12.2019

to 21.12.2019

Jubair K National Level seminar on “IOT for Electric Vehicles” Paavai College of Engineering
11 09.10.2019 Keerthivasan R “ONE DAY BOOT-STRAP SESSION” ABC for Technology
12 09.10.2019 Vijay S “ONE DAY BOOT-STRAP SESSION” ABC for Technology
13 09.10.2019 Subhadevi R “ONE DAY BOOT-STRAP SESSION” ABC for Technology
14 09.10.2019 Jayasri  J “ONE DAY BOOT-STRAP SESSION” ABC for Technology
STUDENTS PARTICIPATION LIST
ACADEMIC YEAR 2020-2021
S.NO DATE NAME OF THE STUDENT NAME OF THE EVENT ORGANIZED
1 10/05/2021

P.Manoj

Training course  in Data Visualization with Python IBM Developer Skills Network.
2 10/05/2021 N.Ajay Training course  in Data Visualization with Python IBM Developer Skills Network.
3 10/05/2021 A.Gurumoorthy Training course  in Data Visualization with Python IBM Developer Skills Network.
4 10/05/2021 M.Kalaivani Training course  in Data Visualization with Python IBM Developer Skills Network.
5 07/05/2021 N.Ajay Training course  in Programming Essentials in python CISCO  Networking Academy
6 07/05/2021 S.Pradeep Training course  in Programming Essentials in python CISCO  Networking Academy
7 07/05/2021 K.Vasanth Training course  in Programming Essentials in python CISCO  Networking Academy
8 07/05/2021 E.Prabhavathi Training course  in Programming Essentials in python CISCO  Networking Academy
9 07/05/2021 Murugan E Training course  in Programming Essentials in python CISCO  Networking Academy
10 07/05/2021 R.Ranjani Training course  in Programming Essentials in python CISCO  Networking Academy
11 07/05/2021 V.Thangavel Training course  in Programming Essentials in python CISCO  Networking Academy
12 04/05/2021 P.Padmavathi One day National level Workshop on Modelling of Solar & Wind energy system with design techniques of converter and inverter topologies Karpagam Academy of Higher Education
13 20/03/2021 P.Padmavathi One day National level Workshop on Modelling of Solar & Wind energy system with design techniques of converter and inverter topologies Karpagam Academy of Higher Education
14 12/03/2021 M.Kalaivani One day National level Workshop on Modelling of Solar & Wind energy system with design techniques of converter and inverter topologies Karpagam Academy of Higher Education
15  12/03/2021 Mahima Thomas One day National level Workshop on Modelling of Solar & Wind energy system with design techniques of converter and inverter topologies Karpagam Academy of Higher Education
16  12/03/2021 Merin Thomas One day National level Workshop on Modelling of Solar & Wind energy system with design techniques of converter and inverter topologies Karpagam Academy of Higher Education
17  12/03/2021 P.Padmavathi One day National level Workshop on Modelling of Solar & Wind energy system with design techniques of converter and inverter topologies Karpagam Academy of Higher Education
18 27/12/2020 N.Ajay

Learning Course in Principles of Design

Thinking

Autodesk design Academy
19 27/12/2020 Vijayaragavan

Learning Course in Principles of Design

Thinking

Autodesk design Academy
20 23/12/2020 E.Murugan Training course  in “Automating Tasks Using A2019 Excel Commands”, Automating Tasks Using Enterprise A2019 Universal Recorder Automation Anywhere go be great
21 22/12/2020 Mahima Thomas

Training course  in Introducing Robotic Process Automation (RPA)

Automation Anywhere go be great
22 22/12/2020 Merin Thomas Training course  in Getting Started with Robotic Process Automation (RPA), Hello A2019 Bot: Getting Started with Building Bots Automation Anywhere go be great
23 21/12/2020 N.Ajay Training course  in Getting Started with Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Automation Anywhere go be great
24 21/12/2020 Murugan E Training course  in Getting Started with Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Automation Anywhere go be great
25 21/12/2020 V.Velumani Training course  in Getting Started with Robotic Process Automation (RPA) Automation Anywhere go be great
26 21/12/2020 N.Ajay Training course  in Did You Know that RPA is Simple, Automation Anywhere go be great
27 21/12/2020 Murugan E Training course  in Did You Know that RPA is Simple, Automation Anywhere go be great
28 21/12/2020 Merin Thomas Training course  in Did You Know that RPA is Simple, Automation Anywhere go be great
29 21/12/2020 N.Ajay Training course  in Hello A2019 Bot: Getting Started with Building Bots. Automation Anywhere go be great
30 21/12/2020 Murugan E Training course  in Hello A2019 Bot: Getting Started with Building Bots. Automation Anywhere go be great
31 21/12/2020 Vijayaragavan Training course  in Hello A2019 Bot: Getting Started with Building Bots. Automation Anywhere go be great
32 21/12/2020 N.Ajay Training course  in Introducing Robotic Process Automation (RPA). Automation Anywhere go be great
33 21/12/2020 Murugan E Training course  in Introducing Robotic Process Automation (RPA). Automation Anywhere go be great
34 21/12/2020 Merin Thomas Training course  in Introducing Robotic Process Automation (RPA). Automation Anywhere go be great
35 21/12/2020 N.Ajay

Training course  in yet Powerful, When Compared to

Traditional Automation

Automation Anywhere go be great
36 27/27/11/202011/2020 Mahima Thomas

International Webinar on the topic

“INTERNET OF DRONE THINGS”

Surya engineering College
37 21/11/2020 Mahima Thomas

International Webinar on “CURRENT TRENDS IN

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY”

Surya engineering College
38

10/08/2020    

  To

 12/08/2020

A.Gurumoorthy Three day National level Workshop on “ Introduction to IOT and Arduino” Malla Reddy Engineering College
39 01.08.2020 and 02.08.2020 E.Murugan

Two

days Webinar on “Fundamentals of Full Stack Web Development”,

St. Joseph’s Institute of Technology
40 31/07/2020 E.Murugan Webinar on Digital Business Leadership Sri Eshwar College of Engineering
41 25/07/2020 E.Murugan Webinar on Data Science and industrial application PSG Institute Technology and applied research 
42 24/07/2020 E.Murugan

Webinar Series on “The Space Scientists – Big Questions About the

Cosmos”

Jansons Institute of Technology
43 23/07/2020 E.Murugan Webinar Series on “The Space Scientists – Satellite for Public Health” Jansons Institute of Technology
44 22/07/2020 E.Murugan Webinar Series on “The Space Scientists – Mission Adithya” Jansons Institute of Technology
45 18/07/2020 E.Murugan Webinar on Trends in Automotive Electronics Jai shriram Engineering College
46 17/7/2020 E.Prabhavathi

National Level Technical Quiz on

Electronic Circuits

SVS College of Engineering
47 15/07/2020 E.Prabhavathi Workshop on “Arduino” SRM TRP ENGINEERING COLLEGE
48 13/7/2020 E.Prabhavathi

National Level Technical Quiz on

Communication Engineering

SVS College of Engineering
49 08/07/2020 & 09/07/2020 E.Murugan

TWO-DAY NATIONAL LEVEL ONLINE WORKSHOP ON “LEARNING MANAGEMENT SYSTEM”

SIDDHARTHA INSTITUTE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY

 

LIST OF LABORATORIRS

S.NO NAME OF THE LABORATORY
1
BASIC ELECRICAL AND ELECTRONICS LABORATORY
2
ELECTRICAL MACHINES LABORATORY
3
POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES LABORATORY
4
CONTROL AND INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY
5
POWER SYSTEM SIMULATION LABORATORY
6
RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS LABORATORY

LAB FACILITY

ELECTRICAL MACHINES LABORATORY

Description

The Electrical Machines Laboratory is the one of the important Laboratory of Electrical Engineering Department. The Laboratory is equipped with conventional and modern Electrical and Electronics measuring equipment’s, various AC and DC Electrical Machines and Transformers.

POWER ELECTRONICS AND DRIVES LABORATORY

Description

Power electronics studies the application of semiconductor devices to the conversion and control of electrical energy. Electronic controllers for motor drives and other industrial equipment. · Drives and chargers for electric and hybrid vehicles.


RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS LABORATORY

Description

To train the students in Renewable Energy Sources and technologies. · To provide adequate inputs on a variety of issues in harnessing Renewable Energy. · To recognize current and possible future role of Renewable energy sources.

CONTROL AND INSTRUMENTATION LABORATORY

Description

Instrumentation and control refer to the analysis, measurement, and control of industrial process variables using process control instruments and software tools such as temperature, pressure, flow, and level sensors, analyzers, electrical and mechanical actuators,

POWER SYSTEM SIMULATION LABORATORY

Description

                The Power Systems Simulation Laboratory (PSSL) research areas include modeling, simulation, and optimization of electric power systems (reliability); and planning, protection, automation, control and power quality.

INDUSTRIAL INTRACTION

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
MEMORANDUM OF UNDERSTANDING

S.No Organisation With Which
Mou Is Signed
Date of
Signing Mou
Duration Academic Year
1 Indian Infotech 27.11.2020 5 Years 2020-2021
2 Prolific Systems &Technology Private Limited 11.10.2019 Life time 2019-2020
3 Mas Solar System Private Limited 28.09.2019 2 Years 2019-2020
4 General Electrical and Electronics Solutions 08.07.2019 Life time 2019-2020
5 Microsun Technology 28.01.2019 5 Years 2018-2019
6 Livewire 12.12.2018 5 Years 2018-2019
7 Skray Power System 22.03.2018 5 Years 2017-2018
8 Megawin Switch Gear Private Limited 06.11.2017 06.11.2017 2017-2018
9 Prolific Systems &Technology Private Limited 07.07.2017 2 Years 2017-2018
10 Sri Maruthi Electronics 05.05.2017 5 Years 2016-2017
11 Mas Solar System Private Limited 09.01.2015 4 Years 2014-2015
12 General Electrical and Electronics Solutions 10.02.2015 4 Years 2014-2015

ALUMNI TESTIMONIAL

ALUMNI STUDENTS PLACED DETAILS

S.NO PHOTO NAME MAIL ID NAME OF THE
COMPANY
DESIGNATION
1 M.Gowtham Gowthammoto4801@gmail.
come
Spark engineering in kerala Desighner
2 P.Karthick karthip3e@gmail.com Megawin switch gear
Pvt.ltd
Supervisor (Quality
Control )
3 R.Revathi revathikr25@gmail.com Straive Technical editor
4 Kogila.D kogiladuraisamy05@gmail.com Cognizant technology
solutions
Senior systems
Engineer
5 Balaji R balajiravichandranmvdrives
@gmail.com
GE power conversion –
chennai
Service specialist –
commissioning
6 Milind Kumar milind.ukns@gmail.com CleanMax Enviro Energy
Solutions Pvt Ltd
Sr. Engineer-Safety
7 Manivanan.P manivannaneee10@gmail.com Arthanari Clothing Pvt ltd Electrical engineer
8 Durai Murugan.T duraibe7@gmail.com Abosolute Insurance
Surveyors & Loss
Assessors Pvt Ltd,
Senior executive
engineer
9 Arun V arunvenkatasalam94@gmail.
com
Energy Pack pvt ltd,
Bangalore
Sr.Purchase Executive

 

ALUMNI CONTRIBUTION

The alumni students K.NAGENDRAN & M.PRABAKARAN (2014-2018 Batch) of our college has contributed a 1kw INVERTER and SOLAR Panel .