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Department of Electrical Engineering was started in the Year 2001 with B.E. (Electrical) Program having intake of 60. Later on, in the Year 2012, M.E. (Electrical) Program was started with specialization in Power Electronics & Electrical Drives.

Vision

To provide a platform for overall development of its stakeholders and inculcate qualities required to master the “art of technology” in Electrical Engineering.

Mission

To impart quality education through curricular and advanced knowledge, developing interpersonal skills, motivating and applying simulation techniques. Also, the department will encourage the staff to improve quality & research work, upgrade and create new laboratories to produce quality engineers, researchers & entrepreneurs committed for rendering the best service to the nation

  • To provide a platform for overall development of its stakeholders and inculcate qualities required to master state-of-the-art technology in Electrical Engineering.
  • To impart quality education through advanced learning in the various field of electrical & allied areas. To endeavour to create excellent teaching -learning  ambience leading to research and innovation for the learners who aspire to serve the society .

Graduates of the program are expected to demonstrate:

  • An ability to apply knowledge of electrical engineering.
  • An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability with human value.
  • An ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams.
  • An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.
  • An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
  • The financial  health  of  a  country  is  to  a  large  extent  dependent on  the  consumption  & affordability of Power. Power is the main soul of industrial growth which is directly contributing to the country’s GDP.
  • According to above scenario, the future of electrical engineer is promising. Jobs openings in Government & Private organization for power sector are very huge.

Eligibility For BE

  • Standard 12th Pass with Science Stream. Diploma completed in the same branch is eligible for taking admission in 2nd year (3rd SEM) directly.

Eligibility For ME

  • B. E./B. Tech in Electrical or equivalent
Sr. Staff Name Desi. Qualification PG Specialization Experience (Years)
1 Dharmesh J. Pandya HOD M.Tech. (Electrical) Power Elect., M/Cs & Drives 13
2 Monika D. Patel Lecturer B.E. (Electrical) 10
3 Nitin H. Adroja Asst. Prof. M.Tech. (Electrical) Power Elect., M/Cs & Drives 7
4 Pratik J. Munjani Asst. Prof. M.E. (Electrical) Power Elect. & Elect. Drives 10
5 Narendrasinh C. Rana Asst. Prof. M.E. (Electrical) Power Elect. & Elect. Drives 7
6 Suryaprakash Singh Asst. Prof. M.Tech. (Electrical) Power Elect. & Elect. Drives 5
7 Ankit B. Lehru Asst. Prof. M.E. (Electrical) Electrical Power System 4
8 Dhaval A. Vora Lecturer B.E. (Electrical) 7
9 Murtuza Y. Saifee Asst. Prof. M.E. (Electrical) Power Elect. & Elect. Drives 5
10 Ravi R. Chandarana Asst. Prof. M.E. (Electrical) Electrical Power System 4
11 Ankit B. Rupareliya Asst. Prof. M.E. (Electrical) Electrical Power System 3
12 Nikita A. Desai Asst. Prof. M.E. (Electrical) Power Elect. & Elect. Drives 3
13 Khushboo A. Dhokia Asst. Prof. M.E. (Electrical) Electrical Power System 2
14 Niral Y. Yagnik Asst. Prof. B.E. (EEE) 1
15 Dhaval Y. Raval Asst. Prof. B.E. (Electrical) 1
16 Shivam Shrivastava Asst. Prof. M.Tech. (Electrical) Electrical Power System 0.5
17 Rajan V. Vamja Asst. Prof. M.Tech. (Electrical) Power Elect. & Elect. Drives 0.5
18 Prateek Priyankar Asst. Prof. M.Tech. (Electrical) Electrical Power System 0.5
19 Prachal A. Jadeja Asst. Prof. M.E. (Electrical) Electrical Power System 0.5
20 Deepak M. Varu Asst. Prof. M.E. (Electrical) Power Elect. & Elect. Drives 0.5
Course B.E. (Electrical) M.E. (EE-PEED)
Eligibility Criterion As per AICTE & University norms As per AICTE & University norms
Duration 4 Years 2 Years
Subjects 51 18
Credits 247 90
Marks 7050 2350
Training Summer Training in Industries between Sem-6 & Sem-7 Project / Training in Industries during Second Year
Sem. Core Subject Elective Subject Credit Marks
BE-1 6 31 850
BE-2 6 30 850
BE-3 7 33 950
BE-4 7 33 950
BE-5 6 1 30 900
BE-6 6 1 31 950
BE-7 4 1 29 700
BE-8 5 1 30 900
Total 47 4 247 7050
    • According to Gujarat Technological University. 2nd revision of syllabus was in 2013.
  • J. Pandya, R. J. Adiecha, R. H. Patel, “Design of Microcontroller-based Induction Heater”, 4th National Conference on Current Trends in Technology (NUCONE 2009), Institute of Technology, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, Conf. Proc. ISBN: 93-80043-50-3.
  • J. Pandya, R. J. Adiecha, R. H. Patel, “Microcontroller-based Timer for Induction Heater Control Card”, AICTE Sponsored National Conference on Emerging Technological Trends (NCETT-2010), VNS Institute of Technology, Bhopal, Conf. Proc. ISBN: 978-81-89107-92-5, pp. 461-463.
  • J. Pandya, R. J. Adiecha, R. H. Patel, “Hardware Development of 1.5kW, 25kHz Induction Heater for Surface Hardening Process”, International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering Technologies (ICETES-2010), Noorul Islam University, Kanyakumari, Journal ISSN: 0973-2993, pp. 439-444.
  • J. Pandya, R. J. Adiecha, R. H. Patel, “Design of Microcontroller-based Control Card for 1.5kW, 25kHz Induction Heater for Surface Hardening Process”, International Conference on Electric Power and Energy Systems (ICEPES-2010), Maulana Azad National Institute of Technology, Bhopal.
  • J. Pandya, “A Novel Design and Development of a Microprocessor-based Current Protection Relay”, International Conference on Recent Advancements in Electrical, Electronics and Control Engineering (IConRAEeCE ’11), Mepco Schlenk Engineering College, Sivakasi, Conf. Proc. ISBN 978-1-4577-2146-5, pp. 309-313. IEEE Xplore Digital Object Identifier 10.1109 / ICONRAEeCE.2011.6129802.
  • J. Pandya, N. H. Adroja, “Novel Topology of Multi-level Inverter with Less Number of Switches”, National Conference on Emerging Trends in Computer & Electrical Engineering (ETCEE-2014), Atmiya Institute of Technology & Science, Rajkot, Conf. Proc. ISBN 978-81-906385-1-7, pp. 226-232.
  • M. Karkar, “V/f Method for Induction Motor Drive Speed Control using MATLAB Simulation”, National Conference on Information, Knowledge & Research in Engineering, Technology & Science (NCIKR-ETS-2013), Shree J. M. Sabva Institute of Engineering & Technology, Botad, Bhavnagar.
  • M. Karkar, “Power Quality Problems Study on IEEE 14 Bus System & Their Mitigation using UPQC with Different Control Scheme”, National Conference on Information, Knowledge & Research in Engineering, Technology & Science (NCIKR-ETS-2013), Shree J. M. Sabva Institute of Engineering & Technology, Botad, Bhavnagar.
  • M. Karkar, “Improvement and Analysis of Speed Control of 3-phase Induction Motor Drive using v/f control method”, National Conference on Modeling and Simulation of Electrical System, L. D. College of Engineering, Ahmadebad.
  • M. Karkar, “Analysis of Stray Losses Calculation in Auto-Transformer using Coupled IEM & FEM Technique”, International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development (IJAERD). ISSN (Online): 2348-4470. ISSN (Offline): 2348-6406. Impact Factor: 3.134.
  • D. Patel, “Computational Simulation & Experiment on Variable Voltage Variable Frequency Drive”, National Conference on Innovative Trends in Industrial Automation & Robotics (ITIAR 2008), Atmiya Institute of Technology & Science, Rajkot.
  • P. Singh, M. D. Patel, “High Power Factor Operation of 1-Phase Rectifier for Adjustable Speed Drive”, National Conference on Emerging Trends in Computer & Electrical Engineering (ETCEE-2014), Atmiya Institute of Technology & Science, Rajkot, Conf. Proc. ISBN 978-81-906385-1-7, pp. 254-260.
  • C. Rana, J. K. Asnani “Modelling of Space Vector PWM Inverter-fed Induction Motor”, National Conference on Emerging Trends in Computer & Electrical Engineering (ETCEE-2014), Atmiya Institute of Technology & Science, Rajkot, Conf. Proc. ISBN 978-81-906385-1-7, pp. 321-325.
  • C. Rana “Analysis of 1-Phase SPWM Voltage Source Inverter”, National Conference on Emerging Trends in Computer & Electrical Engineering (ETCEE-2014), Atmiya Institute of Technology & Science, Rajkot, Conf. Proc. ISBN 978-81-906385-1-7, pp. 326-332.
  • H. Adroja, “PWM Generation through Microcontroller for Static Automatic Voltage Regulator”, 4th National Conference on Current Trends in Technology (NUCONE 2009), Institute of Technology, Nirma University, Ahmedabad, Conf. Proc. ISBN: 93-80043-50-3.
  • J. Munjani, N. H. Adroja, “Modeling of PWM Rectifier for Static Automatic Voltage Regulator”, National Conference on Emerging Trends in Computer & Electrical Engineering (ETCEE-2014), Atmiya Institute of Technology & Science, Rajkot, Conf. Proc. ISBN 978-81-906385-1-7, pp. 242-246.
  • J. Munjani, “Designing Space Vector Current Controller for PMSM Drive”, International Conference on Information, Knowledge & Research in Engineering, Technology & Science (ICIKR-ETS-2012), G. K. Bharad Institute of Engineering, Rajkot.
  • J. Munjani, N. H. Adroja, “Modelling of PWM Rectifier for Static Automatic Voltage Regulator”, National Conference on Emerging Trends in Computer & Electrical Engineering (ETCEE-2014), Atmiya Institute of Technology & Science, Rajkot, Conf. Proc. ISBN 978-81-906385-1-7, pp. 242-246.
  • L. Kaila, “Direct Torque Control for Induction Motor using SVPWM Technique”, National Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering & Technology (NCRTET – 2011), Birla Vishvakarma Mahavidyalaya, Vallabh Vidyanagar.
  • L. Kaila, “Power Factor Improvement using Boost Converter”, International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development (IJAERD). ISSN (Online): 2348-4470. ISSN (Offline): 2348-6406. Impact Factor: 3.134.
  • L. Kaila, “Harmonic Mitigation of Fluctuating Non-linear Load in a Grid Connected Photo-Voltaic System”, International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development (IJAERD). ISSN (Online): 2348-4470. ISSN (Offline): 2348-6406. Impact Factor: 3.134.
  • P. Singh, “Design & Implementation of DSP-based v/f Control of Induction Motor Drive by using 3-phase Inverter”, 4th National Conference on Emerging Vistas of Technology in 21st Century, Parul Institute of Engineering & Technology, Vadodara.
  • P. Singh, M. D. Patel, “High Power Factor Operation of 1-Phase Rectifier for Adjustable Speed Drive”, National Conference on Emerging Trends in Computer & Electrical Engineering (ETCEE-2014), Atmiya Institute of Technology & Science, Rajkot, Conf. Proc. ISBN 978-81-906385-1-7, pp. 254-260.
  • P. Singh, “Performance Analysis of Indirect Vector Control of Induction Motor using Hysteresis-band PWM VSI”, National Conference on Emerging Trends in Computer & Electrical Engineering (ETCEE-2014), Atmiya Institute of Technology & Science, Rajkot, Conf. Proc. ISBN 978-81-906385-1-7, pp. 270-275.
  • P. Singh, “Hysteresis Band Current for Harmonic Compensation of Unbalanced & Non-linear Load”, International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development (IJAERD). ISSN (Online): 2348-4470. ISSN (Offline): 2348-6406. Impact Factor: 3.134.
  • S. P. Singh, “Indirect Vector Control Induction Motor Drive with PI Controller & Current Control VSI”, International Journal of Advance Engineering and Research Development (IJAERD). ISSN (Online): 2348-4470. ISSN (Offline): 2348-6406. Impact Factor: 3.134.
Sr. Research Papers National  + International Total
1 Presented 42 + 24 66
2 Published in Conf. Proc. 51 + 06 57
3 Published in Journal(Impact Factor: 0 to 3) 02 + 41 43
    • Power Electronics
    • Renewable Energy System
    • Power System
    • Electrical Machine
    • Department has achieved 100% Result in GTU Summer-2016 Exam of B.E. Sem-8 and secured 1st Rank among all the 82 colleges affiliated to GTU where B.E. (Electrical) course is offered.
    • 27 PG students have secured GTU TOP-3 position in M.E. (Electrical – Power Electronics & Electrical Drives) course in last 5 years.
    • 14 UG students have secured GTU TOP-10 position in B.E. (Electrical) course in last 5 years.
B.E. Year GTU Top 10
2011-12 2
2012-13 2
2013-14 7
2014-15 2
2015-16 1
Total 14

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Organized “Electrical Reunion- 2016”. A Crystal Jubilee Celebration for completing 15 years of Journey.