Electrical & Electronics Department has the unique advantage of being the combination of both Electrical Engineering and Electronics Engineering and thus providing the students of this branch double benefit to study broader subjects which provide them double advantage for placements in companies of repute related to both the fields. Electrical Engineering & Electronics Engineering is most sought-after, even by the toppers and higher rank holders at the time of admissions in IITs and NITs. With rapid Industrial growth in the Country and particularly in power Sector, Heavy Electrical Industries and Electronics Industries more and more private sector companies are entering this segment resulting in opening of enormous job opportunities for graduate Electrical & Electronics Engineers.
With the objectives of transforming our students into efficient and capable technical professionals, having sound knowledge with analytical ability, creativity and professional competence, we impart necessary training to our graduates and make them competent enough to take on the professional responsibility in the world around them and grow and excel in what ever field they choose.
Some of the major research activities are: Power system analysis and planning, power system control and operation, insulation, breakdown in dielectrics, H.V. measurement techniques, gaseous discharges, design of electrical machines, control of electrical machines, electrical drives, power converters, renewable energy sources, process control and instrumentation, intelligent control, adaptive control, vision, kinematics and trajectory planning of robots, artificial intelligence, pattern recognition, VLSI design, solid-state electronics, optoelectronics, MEMS, signal processing, data transmission, synchronization and equalization, coding techniques, speech processing, switching circuits, microcomputers (software and hardware), computer aided instruction, scattering and diffraction problems, antennas and radar, active and passive microwave devices and systems, biomedical instrumentation, medical imaging, acoustic imaging, pulse shaping filters, broad band matching.
To provide knowledge based quality education to the students so that they can comfortably work in electrical/electronics 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, electronics Engineers and leaders in their profession.
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
M.E. (Digital Communication )
B.E. (Electronics & Communication)
Mr. Anil Kr. Singh Raghav
M. Tech. (P) (Power System)
B.E. (Electrical Engineering)
Mr. Rajiv Vyas
M. Tech. (Power System), 2014
B.E. (Electrical Engineering), 2007
DIPLOMA (Electrical Engineering), BTER, JODHPUR, 2003
|1.||Dr. Hemant Purohit||‘A study on Evolution of Communication’||International Journal of Electronics Communication and Computer Technology (IJECCT)||05 Sep 2015|
|2.||Prof. Anil K.S. Raghav||“Load Flow Analysis of Grid Disturbance using Newton Raphson Iterative Method on Hypothetical Three Bus System.”||International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Research Development||02 Mar, 2015|
|3.||Prof. Rajiv Vyas||“Load Flow Analysis of Grid Disturbance using Newton Raphson Iterative Method on Hypothetical Three Bus System.”||International Journal of Advanced Engineering and Research Development|
|4.||Mr. Prashant Thanvi||‘Performance Analysis of Modified AODV Protocol in Context of Denial of Service (Dos) Attack in Wireless Sensor Network.’||International Journal of Engineering research and general science||2015|
|5.||Dr. Hemant Purohit||“Performance Analysis of Colour Image Segmentation Using K means Clustering Algorithm in Different Colour Spaces.”||IOSR Journal of VLSI and signal Processing|
|6.||Dr. Hemant Purohit||“Performance Analysis of STBC and Precoded STBC in MIMO using ZF and MMSE equalization.”,||International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering.||Dec 2014|
|1.||Dr. Hemant Purohit||‘Simulation study of DITMC technique in speech communication of mobile network’||9th IEEE Modelling & Computer Simulation Conference at Madrid, Spain||6-8 Oct, 2015|
|2.||Dr. Hemant Purohit||‘Simulation study of DITMC technique in speech communication of mobile network’||9th IEEE Modelling & Computer Simulation Conference at Madrid, Spain||6-8 Oct, 2015|
|3.||Prof. (Dr.) Sandip Mehta||§ “Directional Adaptive Multilevel Medium Filter for Salt and Paper Noise Reduction.”||National Conference on Intelligent System (NCIS-2014)|
|4.||Prof. Ramesh||“A Comparative Study on Impact of Photovoltaic Power System and Distribution Generation System for maximization of output power”||National Conference on “Innovations & Recent Trends in Engineering & Technology (NCIRET-2014)|
|5.||Prof. Ramesh||“A Comparative Study on Impact of Photovoltaic Power System and Distribution Generation System for maximization of output power”||National Conference on ‘Innovations & Recent Trends in Engineering & Technology’ (NCIRET-2014)||28 Jun. 2015|
|S.No.||Name of Workshop||Date|
|1.||Circuit Simulation||28 Feb, 2015|
|2.||PLC workshop||4 Apr 2015|
|3.||Embedded System||10 Apr 2015|
Electrical & Electronics Engineering 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 & Electronics 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 demand.
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