Per capita Electrical Energy Consumption is an index of the standard of living of a country and its industrial and economic potential. Needless to say, that our country is very badly lagging behind in this area. The realization has now dawned that if India were to achieve a sustained annual economic growth of around 10%, it would have to improve its infrastructure including power generation by a factor of at least two. The government has all the intention of doing it and power generation is now under sharp focus. Simultaneously, the field of electronics is advancing in a big way and finds its application in almost every field, be it communications, power generation, automation, defense, consumer, electronics, automobile engineering, control engineering or aerospace applications.
There is a huge deficit in the demand and supply of well-qualified Electrical Engineers in the country. With this view the Electrical Department was started. The department has following fully equipped laboratories of Electrical Engineering
Research and specialization can be carried out in any of the following fields:
To provide knowledge based quality education to the students so that they can comfortably work in electrical engineering domain and contribute to economic, scientific and sustainable development of the society.
To provide the students with a strong conceptual background, practical engineering skills with the use of modern computational tools, and professionalism to excel as electrical engineers and leaders in their profession.
Dr. B.L. Mathur
Ph. D., M. Tech., B. E.View Detail Profile
Dr. Sandip Mehta
Ph. D. (Image Processing), M.B.M. Engg. College, Jodhpur
M. E. (Control Systems), M.B.M. Engg. College, Jodhpur
B. E. (Electrical Engg.) Honours, M.B.M. Engg. College, Jodhpur
Ph. D. (Pursuing),
M.E. (Control System)(Hons.), B.E.
Harish Kumar Khyani
M. E. (Control Systems), MBM Engg. College , JNVU (Jodhpur)
B. E. (Electrical Engineering) Honors, JECRC, Jaipur
M.E. (Control System),MBM College, Jodhpur
B.E. (Electronics & Communication),ECB, Bikaner
Shrawan Ram Patel
Ph. D. (Pursuing), MBM College, Jodhpur
M. Tech. (Power System), JIET Jodhpur
B. Tech. (Electrical Engineering), MECRC, Jodhpur
|1.||Mr. Chandershekhar attended a quality improvement programme on ‘Bio Gas Purification and Power Generation’ organized at IIT, Delhi from May 18-20, 2015.|
|2.||Mr. Harish Khyani, Mr. Narayan Ram Patel, Mr. Sharwan Ram Patel and Mr. Digvijay Singh attended a practical training at ‘Divya Switchgears’ from May 25-27, 2015.|
|3.||Mr. Harish Khyani attended STTP (2nd to 6th March 2015) organized by IEEE CIS at Jaipur|
|4.||Ms. Kusum Agarwal attended a two months programme in electrical engineering department of IIT Delhi under the mentorship scheme for INAE (Indian National Academy for Engineering), headed by Prof. (Dr.) Sukumar Mishra (fellow member of INAE).|
|5.||Mr. Vineet Gehlot and Mr. Narayan Ram Patel attended QIP (Quality Improvement Programme) from 6-10 July, 2015 at IIT Roorkee on, ‘New Trends in Power System Protection and Control Techniques’.|
|6.||Mr. Vineet Gehlot, Mr. Shrawan Ram Patel, Mr. Vinit Mehta, Mr. Ashwani Joshi and Mr. Narayan Ram Patel attended a workshop on MI Power Software titled ‘Maximum Power Transfer to Solar Powered Water Pumping System using Differential Compound D.C Motor’ conducted by Dr. Shekhar Khelakure (M.Tech, Ph.D in IIT Delhi) at MBM Engineering College on 28 August,15|
|7.||Mr. Shyamlal Suthar attended a workshop on ‘MI Power Software’ organized by MBM College on August28, 2015.|
|8.||Mr. Prateek Bhansali, Mr. Shrawan Ram Patel and Mr. Deepak Prajapat attended ICT based training programme conducted by NITTTR on ‘Advanced Microprocessors and Microcontrollers’ at JIET from 14-18 September’15.|
|9.||Mr. Vinit Mehta and Mr. Ashwani Joshi attended a workshop on ‘Trends and Challenges in Emerging Power Systems’ conducted at MNIT Jaipur from 19 October to 23 October 2015.|
|1.||Designing of layout for online UPS installation||UMAX Packaging Ltd. Mogra, Jodhpur||2014-2015|
|2.||Designing of layout for setup of 11 KV substations and its earthing plan||Jodhpur Health Care Pvt. Ltd.||2013-2014|
|3.||Designing of layout for online UPS installation||UMA Polymers Ltd., Jodhpur||2012-2013|
|4.||Modernization of High Voltage Lab.||AICTE||2012-2013|
|1.||Navaneet Maru Dr. Jayashri Vajpai||IJCA||Internaional Journal of Computer Applications (NCIS)||2014-2015|
|2.||Narayan Ram Patel Shrawan Ram Patel||IJCA||Internaional Journal of Computer Applications (NCIS)||2014-2015|
|3.||Kusum Agarwal Dr. Avdhesh Sharma||IJCA||Internaional Journal of Computer Applications (NCATAS)||2014-2015|
|4.||Dr. B. L. Mathur||IJERT||International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (ETRASCT)||2014-2015|
|5.||Chandershekhar Singh Shrawan Ram Patel Kusum Agarwal||IJERT||International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (ETRASCT)||2014-2015|
|6.||Harish Khyani Dr. Jayashri Vajpai||IJERT||International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (ETRASCT)||2014-2015|
|7.||Kusum Agarwal Shrawan Ram Patel||IJAER||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED ENGG. RESEARCH||201-2014|
|8.||SHARWAN RAM PATEL CHANDRA SHEKHER SINGH||IJAER||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED ENG. RESEARCH||2013-2014|
|9.||Mohd. Mohsin Akram||IJAER||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED ENG. RESEARCH||2013-2014|
|10.||Rajesh Dhuriya||IJAER||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED ENG. RESEARCH||2013-2014|
|11.||Dr. Sandip Mehta, Dr. Jayashri Vajpai||IJIPA||International Journal of Image Processing and Applications||2013-2014|
|12.||Dr. Sandip Mehta, Dr. Jayashri Vajpai||IJMRAE||International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research and Advances in Engineering (IJMRAE)||2014-2015|
|13.||SHARWAN RAM PATEL NARAYAN RAM PATEL CHANDRA SHEKHER SINGH||IJAER||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF APPLIED ENG. RESEARCH||2013-2014|
|14.||MS. ANAMIKA CHOUDHARY||IJERT||International Journal of engineering Research & Technology||2013-2014|
|15.||MR. HARISH KHYANI||IJAIEM||International Journal of Application or Innovation in Engineering & Management” (IJAIEM)||2013-2014|
|16.||PROF. ANAMIKA CHOUDHARY , AMIT MISHRA||IJCTEE||INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY & ELECTRONICS ENGG.||2012-2013|
|1.||Ms. Charu Chouhan||‘Optical Camouflage’||International Conference held at Biyani Group of Colleges, Jaipur||21 Sep, 2015|
|2.||Ms. Anamika Choudhary||‘Invisibility Cloak by Camouflage’||International Conference held at Biyani Group of Colleges, Jaipur||21 Sep, 2015|
|3.||Ms. KusumAgarwal||‘Maximum power transfer to solar powered water pumping system using differential compound DC Motor'||International Conference (IEEE) Medi-Caps, Indore||12 Sep. 2015|
|4.||Prof. Vineet Gehlot||"Smart Grid (R) Evolution"||National conference on “Automation and Control: Make in India” at Aravali Institute, Udaipur||2 Mar. 2015|
|5.||Mrs. Kusum Agarwal, Mr. Chandershekhar and Mr. Rajesh Kumar Dhuriya||“Fuzzy Logic Based Speed Control of DC Motor”||National Conference on Emerging Trends of Research||20-21 Feb. 2015|
|6.||Mr. Narayan Ram Patel and Mr. Sharwan Ram Patel||“Improve Power Transfer Capability Using UPFC FACTS Controller”||National Conference on Emerging Trends of Research||20-21 Feb. 2015|
|7.||Mr. Sharwan Ram Patel and Ms. Vandana Matai||“Flexible Reliable Intelligent Energy Delivery System Technology”||National Conference on Emerging Trends of Research||20-21 Feb. 2015|
|8.||Mr. Narayan Ram Patel and Mr. Shrawan Ram Patel||‘Power Flow Control using UPFC Facts Controller’||IJCA Proceedings of National Conference on ‘Intelligent Systems’. (NCIS 2014).|
|9.||Mr. Navneet Maru and Prof. (Dr.) Jayashri Vajpai||‘Model Based Optimization of Tilt Angle for Solar PV Panels in Jodhpur’||IJCA Proceedings of National Conference on ‘Intelligent Systems’. (NCIS 2014).|
|10.||Mr. Sharwan Ram Patel||‘Power Flow Control using TSCS Facts Controller'||'National Conference on ‘Intelligent Systems’||22-23 DEC. 2014|
|11.||Mr. Harish Khyani and Mr. Rajesh Kumar Dhuria||‘Knowledge Discovery in the Real World: Issues and Challenges’||National Conference on ‘Intelligent Systems’||22-23 DEC. 2014|
|12.||Mr. Sharwan Ram Patel and Narayan Ram Patel||‘Power Flow Control using UPFC Facts Controller’||National Conference on ‘Intelligent Systems’||22-23 DEC. 2014|
|13.||Mrs. Anamika Choudhary and Miss. Charu Chouhan||‘Invisibility Clock- By Camouflage Technology’||'National Conference on ‘Intelligent Systems’||22-23 DEC. 2014|
|14.||Mr. Navaneet Maru||‘Model Based Optimization of Solar Panel for Jodhpur Region’||'National Conference on ‘Intelligent Systems’||22-23 DEC. 2014|
|15.||Prof.(Dr.) BL Mathur and Mrs. Kusum Agarwal||‘Maximum Power Transfer to Solar powered Photovoltaic Pump using Field Control Method’||'National Conference on ‘Intelligent Systems’||22-23 DEC. 2014|
|S.No.||Name of Conference||Date|
|1.||'National Conference on ‘Intelligent Systems’||22-23 DEC. 2014|
|2.||National Conference on Advances in Technology & Applied Sciences.||20-21 Mar. 2014|
|S.No.||Name of Programme||Session|
|1.||Induction Training Programme||2015-2016|
|2.||Faculty Development Programme||2014-2015|
|3.||Embedded System and its application to control systems||2014-2015|
|4.||Solar Power and space conditioning||2014-2015|
|5.||Fundamental of PSCAD and DSA tools Applications||2014-2015|
|6.||Total Quality management, ISO 9000 and Basics of NBA in Tech. Institution||2014-2015|
|7.||Faculty Development Program||2013-2014|
|8.||Recent trends in Power Electronics and their Controls for industrial drives||2013-2014|
|9.||Emergimg trends in Electric Power and Energy systems||2013-2014|
|10.||Power System Economics||2013-2014|
|11.||Faculty Development Program||2012-2013|
|12.||Induction training program through ICT||2012-2013|
|S.No.||Name of Programme||Session|
|1.||National Workshop on "ADVANCED SOLAR PHOTOVOLTAICS" (ASP'16)||30-31, May 2016|
Electrical engineers are instrumental in revolutionizing the lives of modern man & are required in almost all industries as no industry works without power.
They are required by the industries in large numbers such as manufacturing, household and office appliances like refrigerators, television, computer, microwaves ovens, fans, motors, consumer durables, etc.
In our age of satellite transmitted television and transcontinental computer networks, these engineers are high in demand.
Electrical engineers also find employment in nuclear power plants, hydroelectric power plants as well as thermal power plants or wherever electricity is generated, transmitted, distributed or used e.g. cement, steel, chemical industries etc.
Freshers can get a starting salary of minimum Rs. 2.2 lakh p.a. to Rs. 4.5 l akt p.a. excluding other allowances.
With more experience or as an established independent consultant one could earn more. Senior engineers can earn anywhere in between Rs. 6 l lakh p.a. and Rs. 12 l lakh p.a.
Those at senior management levels can earn well above Rs. 12 l.p.a and in MNC's, these earnings could be more than twice as mentioned above.
Typical career path scenarios for Electrical & Electronics Engineering are :
- Electrical and electronics engineer can start their career in a company with a job responsibility including drawings and specification, design, development, and implementation of products or systems, as well as research to create prototypes of new products and usages.
- With the huge investments flowing into the power generation and distribution and the generation capacity, scheduled to quadruple over the next decade; huge job opportunities are in the pipeline in power generation, distribution, transmission fields as well as related equipment manufacture.
- The other fields of consumer durables, appliances, motors, generator, transformers, controls & switchgear, etc. is also witnessing good growth and with the growth of industrial sector, electric traction, metro railways, power generation & distribution plants & grids, the electrical & electronics engineering students are in huge deman.
The Major Recruiters for this field are: Mahindra Solar, Secure Meters, Shree Cement, SUZLON , Aditya Birla Cement, Coventry-o-Coil Matic, Uttam Galva Steels Ltd , TAJ Group , Infosys , Accenture , Syntel