ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

(UG Program NBA Accredited for the period 1.7.2019 to 30.06.2022)

ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING



Introduction

The department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering was established in the year 1980 with sanctioned intake of 25 affiliated to University of Mysore till 1990.
The intake was enhanced to 40 during 1994 and 60 during 1997 during which the program was affiliated to Kuvempu University. Presently the program is affiliated to VTU from 1998 onwards.
Graduates of this program have acquired M.Tech/MS/PhD programs in country & abroad. Alumni’s are in Academic, Industries and government bodies like KPTCL/KPC etc.Department provides consultancy services to local organizations and industries and undertakes Electrical maintenance work of JNNCE campus and hostels. In 2014, the department started M.Tech in Power Electronics course with sanctioned intake of 18 under VTU.

Vision

  • To be a premier department in Electrical and Electronics Engineering by excelling in imparting education and facilitating research through team work to cater the ever growing needs and aspirations of industry and society.

Mission

  • Strive to deliver quality technical education through continuous teaching and learning process.

  • Incorporating emerging technologies in the core and related areas of Electrical engineering combined with professional ethics and managerial skills for the students to excel in their career.

  • Encouraging students to take up need based project / research for the societal needs.

# Program Educational Objectives
PEO-1 Graduates of the program will acquire professional and academic excellence in the field of electrical & electronics engineering and associated fields.
PEO-2 Graduates of the program will apply their knowledge in the operation, control and maintenance of power sector and related industries.
PEO-3 Graduates of the program will acquire multi-disciplinary knowledge and skills to development of solutions for societal and industrial needs.

# Program Specific Outcomes
PSO-1 Apply the acquired knowledge of power generation, transmission, distribution ,control and protection of power system Equipments
PSO-2 Use the fundamentals of electrical machines, power electronics and control systems in solving real-time problems of industry.
PSO-3 Explore the oppurtunities in energy conservation and use of renewable energy for societal needs.

# Program Outcomes
PO - 1 Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
PO - 2 Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
PO - 3 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.
PO - 4 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.
PO - 5 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.
PO - 6 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.
PO - 7 Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
PO - 8 Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO - 9 Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
PO - 10 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.
PO - 11 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.
PO - 12 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.

Department Advisory Board/Committee

. Chairperson: Dr. Thejaswi A. H, Prof. and Head, E & E Dept.
Members:
1)Dr. Surendra S, Prof.,
2) Mrs. N. P Suneetha, Assoc. Prof., E & E Dept.

Distinguished academicians:
1) Dr. B. K Keshavan, Prof. Dean, PESIT University, Bangalore
2) Dr. H. M Ravikumar, Professor& HOD, NMIT, Bangalore
3) Dr. Manu A. P, Professor, SE Department, PESITM, Shivamogga-4
4) Dr. Pradeep Kumar Dixit, Prof. E & E Dept. MSRIT, Bangalore

Experts from industry:
1) Mr. Maruthi Rao C, Design and Marketing Engineer, Surya Roshni Ltd.
2) Mr. Raghavendra B S, Marketing manager, south zone, Havells, India Ltd.

Alumni:
1) Mr. Deviprasad Hegde, Asst. Engineer, KPTCL (MRS), Shivamogga
2) Mr. Suresh K, Executive Engineer, KPTCL, Shivamogga

Parents:
1) Mr. Mohammed Zakriya
2) Mr. Mohan Kumar N P
Student: Final year

Department Academic Committee

Chairperson: Dr. Thejaswi A. H, Prof. and Head, E & E Dept.
Members:
1) Dr. Suresh H. B, Prof., E & E Dept.
2) Mrs. Shailashree K, Assoc. Prof. E & E Dept.

External Member:
Dr. P. Manjunath, Prof.
E & C Department, J.N.N. College of Engineering

Details on Lab facilities

Name of Lab Laboratory Courses Area in M2 Major Equipment

EEE LAB1

Electrical Machines Laboratory-I & Electrical Machines Laboratory-II

304

DC, and AC Machines, Transformers and Loading equipments

EEE LAB-2

Relay & High Voltage Lab and Basic Electrical Engg. Lab

149

Relays, HV Transformer, Oil test kit etc.

EEE LAB-3

Op-Amp & Linear IC Lab & Power Electronics Lab

68

Oscilloscopes, Function Generators, Power Electronics circuit modules

EEE LAB-4

Control System  & Electronics Lab

68

IC Trainer kit,DC & 2 Phase AC Servomotor, PID controller kit, Compensating Networks, DC & AC position control systems etc.

EEE LAB-5

Microcontroller & PSS Lab, DSP Lab & CAED Lab

68

PC’s, Microcontroller Trainer kits, Mi-Power Software etc.

Research Centre

 

54

PSCAD/ETAP Software

Class rooms.
  • EE 101: II YEAR
  • EC 201: III YEAR
  • EE201: IV YEAR
Dept. Library
  • 2500+ volumes
  • Project Reports + Syllabus copy

Additional lab facilities
  • Project Laboratory
  • PLC Trainer Kit
  • Machine Tutors
  • Impulse Generator
Seminar/Auditorium facility

Teaching Faculty


SL. NO

NAME

QUALIFICATION

DESIGNATION

DOJ

EXPERIENCE

NATURE OF ASSOCIATION

PROFILE

EMAIL-ID

1

Dr. Thejaswi. A. H

B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D.

Professor and Head

01.08.2006

13.3

Regular

Click Here

ahthejaswi@jnnce.ac.in

2

Dr. S. Surendra

B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D

Professor

27.03.1992

27.6

Regular

Click Here

surendra_s@jnnce.ac.in

3

Dr. H. B. Suresh

B.E., M.E., Ph.D.

Professor

14.12.1994

24.9

Regular

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hbs_ee@jnnce.ac.in

4

Shailashree. K

B.E M.Tech.,

Associate Professor

26.06.1996

23.4

Regular

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ssk_ee@jnnce.ac.in

5

Ajjanna. N. G

B.E , M.Tech.

Assistant Professor

06.08.2007

12.3

Regular

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nga_ee@jnnce.ac.in

6

Maheshwarappa.H. M

B.E., M.Tech.

Assistant Professor

11.08.2006

 

13.3

Regular

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mahesheed@jnnce.ac.in

7

Soumya. K. T

B.E., M.Tech

Assistant Professor

21.07.2006

13.3

Regular 

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soumya_kt@jnnce.ac.in

8

Veeresha. K. B

B.E M.Tech.

Assistant Professor

01.08.2008

11.3

Regular

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veereshakb@jnnce.ac.in

9

Manjula. M. G

B.E., M.Tech

Assistant Professor

04.08.2010

9.3

Regular

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manju_mg@jnnce.ac.in

10

Supritha. M. R

B.E., M.Tech.

Assistant Professor

01.03.2011

8.7

Regular

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supritha_prakash09@jnnce.ac.in

11

Vidyashankar. M

B.E., M.Tech.

Assistant Professor

02.04.2014

5.6

Regular

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vsm_ee@jnnce.ac.in

12

Padmashree. H. R

B.E , M.Tech

Assistant Professor

19.03.2018

1.6

Contract

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padmashree_hr@jnnce.ac.in

Technical Staff

# NAME QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION EXP IN YRS E-MAIL
1 Chandrashekar. S D.E.E. Foreman (Sel. Grade) 32 chandrashekhara_s@jnnce.ac.in
2 Mr. Keshavamurthy D.E.W.S. Instructor (Sr. Scale) 35 keshavamurthy@jnnce.ac.in
3 Mr. Shambulinga S. J D.E & C.E Instructor (Jr. Scale) 12 shambusj@jnnce.ac.in

Supporting Staff

# NAME POSITION EXP IN YRS
1 Mr. K Hanumanthappa Attender (Sr. Scale) 18.5

Name of the forum

POWERTRON

Office bearers
Professor and Head: Chairman
Staff Coordinator: Mrs. Supritha M. R, Asst. Professor

Scope & objectives
The Powertron association of Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering conducts technical seminars and student workshops in order to supplement academics at department level. Conduction of many technical activities such as circuit debugging, technical quiz and elocution competitions will be held annually. For overall development of students, cultural and sports events are conducted. Every year,one staff coordinator is nominated for coordinating the Powertron association activities for that academic year.

Research Initiatives

VTU Research Centre in the Electrical & Engineering was started in the year 2002-03 under VTU with provision for Ph.D. (Full Time / Part Time), M.Sc. (Engg.). Since then the research facility is available for research scholars to carry out research in their specific areas of interest.

Research Guides and Areas Available for Ph.D Programs

# NAME AREA OF SPECIALIZATION

1

Dr. Surendra S

Power System/Distribution System Optimization & Integration of Renewable Energy

2

Dr. Thejaswi A H

Electrical Power quality issues like Harmonics study/analysis

3

Dr. Suresh H.B

Renewable Energy/Energy Management System

Internal Research scholar Pursuing Ph.D under VTU Research Centre

# NAME AREA

1

Veeresha K B

Electrical Power Quality

2

N P Suneetha

Distribution System Optimization

3

M G  Manjula

Renewable Energy/Grid Integration

4

Ajjanna N.  G

Renewable Energy


External Research scholar Pursuing M.Sc. (Engg.) under VTU Research Centre:

# NAME AREA

1

Asifulla D R

Electrical Power Quality

Research Centre Activities:

  • Currently four Ph.D candidates and one M.Sc. Engg.,have registered in department Research centre under VTU.
  • Research centre has PSCAD and ETAP simulation software for carrying out research work.
  • The department research centre got funding of Rs. 2 Lakhs for research work through JNNRIC, Shivamogga.

Industry Institute Interaction:

  • Department of Electrical Engineering is associated with nearby industries seeking industry support for training, carrying out projects, utilization of equipments and R & D facilities.
  • Department has signed MOU with Universal Technological Solutions Pvt. Ltd., PUNE, Maharashtra India, with institution for supporting and set up of Laboratory and organizing workshops and technical talks on latest technologies.
  • Encouraging the students to undergo training in the industries during their vacation to make them expose to state of the art laboratory facilities/equipments/machineries available in industries.
  • Experts from industries are invited to deliver technical talks for our students to share their practical industrial experience.
  • Industry visits are also arranged for the students to give them, an exposure of functioning of industries, latest techniques of Transmission and Distribution system, Renewable energy Production, Hydel and Nuclear Power Plant.


Placement Details

The placement details of eligible students in the reputed companies.

Placement details for the year 2020-21( * in progress)

Sl.No

Name of the company

Number of Students Placed

Salary per annum(in Lakhs)

1.

Accenture

01

4.50

2.

Rai Jnan

01

3.50

3.

TCS

01

3.34

4.

Pentagon space Pvt Ltd

04

2.80

5.

Qspiders

07

2.50

6.

Technologies global

01

2.40

7.

X-workz ODC

13

2.40

8.

Elcamio Software

06

2.40

Total Number of students placed

34

Placement details for the year 2019-20

Sl.No

Name of the company

Number of Students Placed

Salary per annum(in Lakhs)

1.

Byju’s

01

8.00

2.

Silverpeak global

05

5.00

3.

RPA soft

01

3.60

4.

Ethnus codemithra

01

3.50

5.

Open silicon

01

3.00

6.

Thasmai Automation

01

3.00

7.

Jspiders

02

2.80

8.

UTS global

01

2.76

9.

X-workz

03

2.08

Total Number of students placed

16

Placement details for the year 2018-19

Sl.No

Name of the company

Number of Students Placed

Salary per annum(in Lakhs)

1.

TATA Elxsi

01

4.00

2.

Infosys

01

3.60

3.

TCS off campus

01

3.34

4.

Qspiders

02

2.40

5.

Ethnus

02

2.26

6.

Access6 tech

01

2.24

7.

Taj Hotel

01

2.16

Total Number of students placed

09

 Placement data for the year 2017-18

# Name of the company Number of students placed Salary per annum  (In Lakhs)

1.                    

TCS

2

3.40

2.                    

Technologies global

1

1.75

3.                    

Savhn Tech Solutions

6

1.80

4.                    

Infosys

1

3.60

5.                    

Qspider

2

2.40

Total Number of Students Placed

12

Total Number of students placed off campus

11

Total

23

 

Placement data for the year 2016-17

# Name of the company Number of students placed Salary per annum  (In Lakhs)

1.        

TCS

6

3.60

2.        

Qspider

2

2.50

3.        

Tech Mahindra

2

3.60

4.        

ABC for JAVA

1

2.50

5.        

Society General

1

4.60

6.        

Ethnus

1

2.40

7.        

Fidelis Group

1

3.00

Total Number of Students Placed

14

Total Number of students placed off campus

05

Total

19

 

Placement data for the year 2015-16

# Name of the company Number of students placed Salary per annum  (In Lakhs)

1.

TCS

08

3.60

2.

G7CR

1

2.50

3.

TCS off campus

1

3.60

Total Number of Students Placed

11

Total Number of students placed off campus

02

Total

13

 

Co-curricular and Extra curricular Activities

Co-Curricular Activities: 2018-19

# Name of the student Events Date Name of the program & Organizer Awards

1

Veda B M

Chandana H B

Advititya’18 Two day National Level

Students

28-29th September-2018

K.L.E Institute of Technology Hubballi

 1st place

2

Adesh G U

Nandankumar M N Vrushank N B

“TORQUE 18” held at Advititya’18 Two day National Level Students’

28-29th September-2018

K.L.E Institute of Technology Hubballi

3rd place

3

Adesh G U

Nandankumar M N

“TECH TATVA 18”

3-6th October 2018

National Technical Festival Manipal Institute of Technology

1st place

Co-Curricular Activities: 2017-18

# Name of the student Events Name of the program & Organizer Awards

Sl.no

Name of the student

Events/project proposal

Name of the program & Organizer

Awards

1

G B Shashi Kumar

“IOT –INTERNET OF THINGS”

IIT Delhi

 

participated

2

Hemanth Kumar Nikhil G Bharadwaj

MAZE Runner competition

Malnad college of Engineering, Hassan

3rd place

3

Hemanth Kumar Nikhil G Bharadwaj

“GAS TURBINE RESEARCH ESTABLISHMENT” 18 days internship program

DRDO, Bangalore

participated

4

Md. Dadapeer

Clay modeling and cartooning

ALVAS College, Moodbidri

participated

 

Co-Curricular Activities: 2016-17

# Name of the student Events Name of the program & Organizer Awards

1

Mir Juned Husssain

Smart-A-Thon

A 24 Hour smart city, organized by SUDA and Shimoga city corporation

1st place

2

Radha Hegde

“Current Affairs and on social responsibilities of youths”.

IIT Delhi

 

participated

3

Soundarya V K

National level robotic competition E-Yantra(theme pizza delivery service)

IIT Bombay

7th place

4

Madhuri J

Manoj Kumar M V

Apoorva

Premdarshan C V

Attended one day workshop on “Solar Photovoltaic and Microgrid”

Divechacentre for climate change and Fluxgen,IISc, Banglore, 1stfeb 2016

participated

 

Events, Seminars, FDPs & STTPs

Events and Seminars

FDP and SDP Organized during 2019-20 and 2020-2021

Sl. No

Event Title

Type

Coordinators

Description

Resource person(s)

Target Audience

Sponsorship

Venue

1

Energy Storage and its Applications

FDP

Dr. A H THEJASWI

ATAL AICTE sponsored FDP on ENERGY STORAGE AND ITS APPLICATIONS conducted from 5th October to 9th October 2020

Dr Vidya H A
Dr A R Krishna Murthy
Dr Sai Krishna Goud
Dr Prateek Jain
Dr Abhijith kulkarni
Dr Dharavath Kishan
Dr Venkatesh
Dr Raghu Raman
Dr Murulidhar Killi
Mr. Ganeshan V
Dr. Janamejaya Channegowda

Faculty

ATAL AICTE
Sponsored Amt: 93000

Online FDP

 

JNNCE

,Shimoga

2

Electric Vehicles

FDP

Dr. Surendra S

ATAL AICTE sponsored FDP on ELECTRIC VEHICLES conducted from 2nd  November to 6th  November  2020

Dr. Prajof Prabhakaran

Dr. B. Dastagiri Reddy

Dr. J Saikrishna Goud

Sanjeev K Nayak

Dr. Muralidhar Killi

Dr. Avik Bhaatacharya

Dr. A. R. Krishnamurthy

Samved Singh

 

 

Faculty

ATAL AICTE
Sponsored Amt: 93000

 

Online FDP

 

JNNCE

,Shimoga

3

Recent and emerging technologies in distributed generation

FDP


VEERESHA K B

AJJANNA N G

Department of E&E is Organized a Faculty Development Programme with the Theme of “RECENT TRENDS AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN DISTRIBUTED GENERATION” From 24th to 28th Aug 2020.

Distributed Generation (DG) is an approach that employs small-scale Technologies to produce Electricity close to the end users of power.

Dr.D.N.Gaonkar
Dr. Suresh Jangam Shetti.
Sri.Shankar Sharma
Dr.L.K.Sreepathi
Dr.Shankar.C.Byalihal
Dr.Chidanandappa

Faculty

Self Financing

Sponsored Amt: 17000

 

IETE
Sponsored Amt: 500

Online

FDP. JNNCE

,Shimoga

4

Recent trends and emerging technologies in solar and wind energy conversion systems

FDP

AJJANNA N G
VEERESHA K B

Department of E&E is Organized a Faculty Development Programme with the Theme of “RECENT TRENDS AND EMERGING TECHNOLOGIES IN SOLAR AND WIND ENERGY CONVERSION SYSTEMS” From 10th to 14th Aug 2020. Solar & Wind Energy Development Technologies Contents: Basics of solar and WECS, various technologies available to harness the solar and WE.

 

Dr.Rajeshwar Saini
Dr.B.Venkatesa Perumal
Dr.Narendranath udupa
Dr.Abhijith Kulkarni
Dr.Diwakar.R.Joshi

Faculty

Self Financing

Sponsored Amt: 17000

 

IETE
Sponsored Amt: 500

Online

FDP. JNNCE

,Shimoga

5

Digital Signal Processing and its applications

SDP

Supritha M R

Department of E&E is Organized a Student  Development Programme with the Theme of “DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING AND ITS APPLICATIONS” on 19th and 20th of July 2021.

Fundamentals of  DSP and wide application in different areas.

Design of filters LPF,HPF using MATLAB and Simulink.

Dr. Shilpa R

Dr. Lokesh C

Students

Self Financing.

 

IQAC

Online

JNNCE

,Shimoga

FDP and SDP Organized during 2018-19 and 2017-2018

# Event / Seminar/ Technical talks Date- Month-Year Resource Person

1

Technical talk on Marketing & Entrepreneurship

4th May 2019

Mr. Raghavendra B. S, General Manager, Havels India Ltd, Bengaluru.

2

Awareness Program & Debate on energy efficiency and conservation

5th April 2019

Mr. D. K Dinesh Kumar, Project Engineer, KREDL, Mysore.

3

Workshop on Building Wiring, Electrical Controls and servicing of Home Appliances

15th to 25th Jan- 2019

Mr. Chandrashekhara S, Foreman, EEE

JNNCE, Shivamogga

4

Workshops on Basic Electrical Engineering - A practical approach

16th  Dec-2018

Mr. Chandrashekhara S, Foreman, EEE, JNNCE, Shivamogga

5

Industrial Visits to Main receiving station, Shivamogga

25rd Nov-2018

Mohammed Zakriya, AEE, KPTCL, Shivamogga

6

Industrial Visit to KPCL Solar Power Plant, Shivasamudram

2nd Nov 2018

Ramesh, Supervisor, SPP, Shivasamudram

7

Industrial Visit to M/s Chamundeswari Sugar Mills, Mandya

31st Oct-2018 

Mr. Ravi M, Dy. Gen Manager (Engg.,), Chamundeswari Sugar Mills, Mandya

8

Two days’ Workshop on Electrical System Design and Detailed Engineering

29-30th Oct 2018

Satish Desponde,  Hariva Infra Venture, Bengaluru.

9

Programmable Logic Controller for Industrial Design

13th April 2018

Mr. Chidanand, CEO Sparkle Skills Enhancement centre for Electrical Professionals,  Mysore

10

One day Workshop on “Basic Arduino”

24th Feb 2018

Mr. Vidyashankar M, Asst. Professor, EEE JNNCE, Shivamogga & Ms. DivyaJyothi, 6th Sem Student, EEE, JNNCE, Shivamogga

11

Workshop on Building Wiring, Electrical Controls and servicing of Home Appliances

16th to 25th Jan-2018

Mr. Chandrashekhara S, Foreman, EEE, JNNCE, Shivamogga

12

Power plant visit -Varahi Hydel Power station, Hosangadi, Udupi

13th Oct- 2017

Jaya Kumar Poojari, Assistant Engineer, Varahi Hydel Power station, Hosangadi, Udupi.

13

Technical talk on Emerging Trends in Solar Energy Conversion Systems

30th Oct- 2017

Dr. Rajanna S, Assoc. Professor, Dept. of E& E Engg., Malnad College of Engineering, Hassan.

14

Power Plant visit to Kaiga Nuclear Power Plant, Kaiga

28th Oct-2017

Mr. Karthik, Shift Engineer, Nuclear Power Plant, Kaiga

15

Workshops on Basic Electrical Engineering - A practical approach

23rd Sept-2017

Mr. Chandrashekhara S, Foreman, EEE JNNCE, Shivamogga

Achievements
Mr. N G Ajjanna, Asst. Professor has published a book titled “Energy Auditing & Demand Side Management”, 2013, ISBN:978-93-5067-171-9, Gauthami Publications, Shivamogga.

Innovations by the Faculty in Teaching and Learning

  • Faculty shares the study materials among the students through WhatsApp, Google drive and by e-mails to students.
  • Students are encouraged to visit NPTEL lecturers, browse different internet sites to increase their knowledge about the subject. Moreover through these activities, students acquire relevant knowledge which is beyond the syllabus as per the university curriculum.
  • Students are also endowed with various resource materials by the teachers for their self-development and encouraged to participate in various competitions of technical innovations for which again they have to participate in innovative thinking and experimentations.
  • Faculty members use digital library, NPTEL and other Open Source platforms to make the subject easy to understand.
  • The faculties use creative pedagogical approaches to support innovative ways of thinking about teaching and learning with technology that enable students to learn in new ways.

Innovations by the Faculty

· Use table top models, components for classroom teaching.

·     Laboratory Visits for better understanding of theoretical concepts.

·     Demonstration of modern simulation and programming tools (PSPICE, MATLAB SIMULINK).

·     Setup demonstration experiments in laboratory which goes beyond the laboratory curriculum.

·     Industry and power plant site visits.

 

Distinguished Alumni and entrepreneur

1) Mr. Thushar K, Escalation Manager, Microsoft India Ltd., Bangalore.
2) Dr. Girish V, Executive Engineer, KPTCL, Hubballi.
3) Mr. Nikhil K B, Co-founder and Director, M/s Kidvento Education and Research Pvt. Ltd., Mysore.
4) SumanthParimal, Partner and Chief Analyst of '5 Jewels Research' at Innogress, Partner at Stark Consulting Services Inc.New Delhi, India.
5) Mr. SanthoshNaik, Executive Engineer, MESCOM, Shivamogga.
6) Dr. Sanjay H A, Professor & Head, Dept. of Information Science and Engineering, NMIT Bangalore.
7) Capt. Ranjan Ram R A, Indian Air Force, Bangalore.
8) Mr. Suresh K, Executive Engineer, KPTCL, Bangalore.

Publications after 2018-19

Sl. No

JournalTitle

Authors

Level

Publishers

Date of Publication

Vol-Issue

Pages

Indexed By

DOI

ISSN

1

Simulation analysis of two terminal unified power quality conditioner

MANJULA M G

Dr. Surendra S

International

Dr. S M Khairnar

2021-06-01

13-1

1-11

None

01-06-2021

0975-7074

2

Prototype Model of Generalised Unified Power Quality Conditioner

VEERESHA K B

International

ELSEVIER

2021-05-27

50-5

1-14

Scopus

-

1671-4512

3

Health Monitoring By using Renesas

SUPRITHA M R

Roshan A Fernandies

International

International journal of advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering

2020-10-21

9-10

1-5

 

0

22788875

4

UVT and PQ theory based Generalised Unified Power Quality Conditioner for Voltage Sag and Swell Compensation

VEERESHA K B

Dr. Thejaswi A. H

International

IJISRT

2020-10-15

5-10

1232-1238

None

 

2456-2165

5

Power System Faults Mitigation using Generalized Unified Power Quality Conditioner

VEERESHA K B

Dr. Thejaswi A. H

International

SSRG

2020-10-01

7-10

16-21

SCI

10.14445/23488379/IJEEE-V7I10P103

2348–8379

6

STUDY OF GRID SYNCHRONIZATION TECHNIQUES FOR DISTRIBUTED GENERATION SYSTEM CONSIDERING GRID UNDER ABNORMAL CONDITION

VEERESHA K B

Kumari Rashmi Gobbi

International

Research Script

2020-05-05

7-2

7-12

None

 

2349-2503

7

Power quality enhancement using unified power quality conditioner in microgrid system

MANJULA M G

Veeresha K B
Pragna M Kote

International

IJREE

2019-12-04

6-1

1-23

None

29-12-2019

2349-2503

8

Power Quality Mitigation by Generalized Unified Power Quality Conditioner

VEERESHA K B

Dr. Thejaswi A. H

International

Blue Eyes Intelligence Engineering and Sciences Publication (BEIESP)

2019-06-15

8-2

783-787

Scopus

10.35940/ijrte.F2140.078219

2277-3878

Publications 2018-19

# NAME OF FACULTY NAME OF RESEARCH PAPER YEAR OF PUBLICATION NAME OF THE JOURNAL

1

Mrs. N. P. Suneetha & Dr. Surendra. S.

“Convex Optimization in Power Distribution Networks”

ISSN: 2250-3021, P 35-43, 2018-19

IOSR Journal of Engineering

2

Mrs. N. P. Suneetha & Dr. Surendra. S.

“Survey on Convex Optimization in Power Distribution Networks”

ISSN: 2250-3021, P 44-48, 2018-19

IOSR Journal of Engineering

3

Veeresha. K. B. & Dr. Thejaswi. A. H.

 

“Modelling and simulation of single phase to three phase unified power quality conditioner (UPQC)”

ISSN NO: 2349-2503, Vol-5, Issue-2, 2018.

International Journal of Research in Electrical Engineering

4

H. M. Maheshwarappa

Simulation of Seven level Inverter topology for solar power conversion

ISSN No: 2321-0613, Volume-6 Issue-3 2018

International Journal for scientific research and development

Publications 2017-18

# NAME OF FACULTY NAME OF RESEARCH PAPER YEAR OF PUBLICATION NAME OF THE JOURNAL

1

H. M. Maheshwarappa

Seven level Packed U Cell Multilevel Inverter for Real Time Application

ISSN No: 2349-2503 Volume-4 Issue-3 2017

International Journal of Research In Electrical Engineering

Publications 2016-17

# NAME OF FACULTY NAME OF RESEARCH PAPER YEAR OF PUBLICATION NAME OF THE JOURNAL

1

Vidyashankar. M & N. G. Ajjanna

Comparative Analysis of Multi-Pulse Inverter for Facts Application

ISSN: 0976-1353 Volume 23 Issue-6 OCTOBER 2016 (SPECIAL ISSUE)

International Journal of Emerging Technology in Computer Science & Electronics (IJETCSE)

2

N. G. Ajjanna & Vidyashankar. M.

A Novel structure for Multi-Level Inverter Topology for Higher Power Applications with Reduced Number of Switches

ISSN: 0976-1353 Volume 23 Issue6- OCTOBER 2016 (SPECIAL ISSUE)

International Journal of Emerging Technology in Computer Science & Electronics (IJETCSE)

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