Learning Outcomes

Programme Outcomes (POs)

Students are expected to know and be able –

  • Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.

  • Problem Analysis: Identity, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.

  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • 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.

 

Programme Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

Electrical Engineering graduates will be able to

  • Design, develop and test AC-AC, AC-DC and DC-DC converters, variable DC power supply by using power electronics components to fulfil electrical engineering requirements.

  • Design and develop LT distribution and PLC control panel using suitable switchgears, sensors, Push buttons, Selector switches as per IEC standards and integrate it in smart automation.

  • Design and compute PV cell/PV array performance parameters, simulate/analyze the PV system performance, estimate the cost and payback period of the solar PV system to experiment and build a solar PV system.

 

Course Outcomes (COs)

First Year Engineering

Course Code and Name:103004 - Basic Electrical Engineering

103004.1

Differentiate between electric and magnetic circuits and derive mathematical relation for self and mutual inductance along with coupling effect.

103004.2

Calculate series, parallel and composite capacitor as well as characteristics parameters of alternating quantity and phasor arithmetic.

103004.3

Derive expression for impedance, current, power in series and parallel RLC circuit with AC supply along with phasor diagram.

103004.4

Relate phase and line electrical quantities in polyphase networks, demonstrate the operation of single phase transformer and calculate efficiency and regulation at different loading conditions.

103004.5

Apply and analyze the resistive circuits using star delta conversion KVL KCL and different network theorems under DC supply.

103004.6

Evaluate work, power, energy relations and suggest various batteries for different applications, concept of charging and discharging and depth of charge.

Second Year Engineering

Course Code and Name:203141 - Power Generation Technologies     

203141.1

Explain the operations of thermal power plant with all main parts and cycles.

203141.2

Be aware of the principle of operation, components, layout, location, environmental and social issues of nuclear, diesel and gas power plant.

203141.3

Identify and demonstrate the components of hydro power plant. Explain operation of hydro power plant.

203141.4

Find the importance of wind based energy generation along with its design, analysis and comparison.

203141.5

Apply solar energy in thermal and electrical power generation considering energy crisis, environmental and social benefits.

203141.6

Understand the operation of electrical energy generation using biomass, tidal, geothermal, hydel plants, fuel cell and interconnection with grid.

Course Code and Name:207006 - Engineering Mathematics - III     

207006.1

Solve higher order linear differential equations using appropriate techniques to model and analyze electrical circuits.

207006.2

Apply the Integral transforms such as Laplace transform, Fourier Transforms and Z transform to solve problems related to signal processing and control systems.

207006.3

Apply Statistical Methods like correlation, regression and Probability theory as applicable to analyze and interpret experimental data related to energy management, power systems , testing and quality control 

207006.4

Perform Vector Differentiation and integration, analyze the vector fields and apply to wave theory and electromagnetic fields.

207006.5

Analyze Complex functions, conformal mappings, and perform contour integration in the study of electrostatics, signal and image processing.

207006.1

Solve higher order linear differential equations using appropriate techniques to model and analyze electrical circuits.

Course Code and Name:203142 - Material Science   

203142.1

Classify dielectric materials and calculate parameters of dielectric materials

203142.2

Execute tests on dielectric materials as per IS to determine the dielectric strength of the materials.

203142.3

List properties of insulating materials and make use of it to infer its electrical applications.

203142.4

Compare magnetic materials and calculate the parameters of magnetic materials.

203142.5

Explain properties of conducting materials and select suitable material for different electrical applications

203142.6

Explain nanotechnology and its applications.

Course Code and Name:203143 - Analog and Digital Electronics

203143.1

Explain the working of digital electronic circuits with designing of logical, combinational circuit using Boolean algebra, k-map method.

203143.2

Differentiate between sequential & combinational circuit and design the counters and registers circuit.

203143.3

Compare the digital memories and programmable logic families and enlist their applications

203143.4

Demonstrate applications of OP-AMP in open loop and in closed loop condition

203143.5

Apply the use of OP-AMP in Active filters, multivibrators, voltage regulator applications

203143.6

Build 1 phase and 3 phase diode rectifiers with R and RL load

Course Code and Name:203144 - Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation

203144.1

Define various characteristics of measuring instruments, their classification and range extension techniques.

203144.2

Apply measurement techniques for measurement of resistance and inductance

203144.3

Analyze the power under balance and unbalance condition with understanding of construction, working principle and use of dynamometer type wattmeter

203144.4

Demonstrate construction, working principle of induction type instruments for measurement of energy.

203144.5

Make a use of CRO for measurement of various electrical parameters, importance of transducers, their classification, selection criterion and various applications

203144.6

Use various transducers for measurement of various physical parameters in real time.

Course Code and Name:203150 – Applications of Maths in Electrical Engineering

203150.1

Apply fundamentals of mathematics in solving electrical engineering problem

203150.2

Analyze complex electrical engineering problem using mathematical techniques.

203150.3

Implement program and simulation for problems in electrical engineering.

203150.4

Demonstrate self lifelong learning skills with applications of mathematics in electrical engineering through software.

Course Code and Name:203151 - Soft Skills     

203151.1

Perform SWOC analysis, goal setting and career planning

203151.2

Develop Communication Skills and participation in group discussions

203151.3

Understand and implement etiquette in workplace and in society 

203151.4

Work in team with team spirit

203151.5

Understand and implement leadership skills

203151.6

Utilize the techniques for time management and stress management

Course Code and Name:203154 – Solar Thermal System (Audit Course III)

203154.1

Differentiate between types of solar Concentrators, mention names

203154.2

Apply software tool for solar concentrators

203154.3

Designing, manufacturing and testing of Solar Collectors

Course Code and Name:203145 - Power System I

203145.1

Recognize different patterns of load curve, calculate associated different factors with it and Tariff.

203145.2

Identify the major electrical equipment’s in power stations and underground cables.

203145.3

Design electrical and mechanical aspects in overhead transmission line.

203145.4

Calculate resistance and inductance of single phase and three phase transmission line by considering the aspect of GMD and GMR with symmetrical and unsymmetrical spacing.

203145.5

Calculate capacitance of single phase and three phase transmission line transmission line by considering the aspect of GMD and GMR with symmetrical and unsymmetrical spacing.

203145.6

Analyze the performance short, medium and long transmission line

Course Code and Name:203146 - Electrical Machines-I   

203146.1

Apply the knowledge of transformer fundamental to estimate emf, number of turns, voltage regulation, efficiency, losses etc.

203146.2

Interpret the procedure and implementation to perform with understanding of various connections of three phase transformer.

203146.3

Solve the problems to calculate back emf, speed, various currents, torque

203146.4

Discuss the chracteristics of DC motor and Identify various types of starters

203146.5

Discuss the construction, working and performance of three phase induction motor

203146.6

Explain the necessity of starter for three phase induction motor and Identify the various types of starter.

Course Code and Name:203147 - Network Analysis    

203147.1

Define basic terms and solve network equations with verity of network elements and source combinations

203147.2

Apply different network theorems and simplification techniques to dc and ac circuits and verify the solutions using modern tools

203147.3

Solve network equations using classical methods and verify the solutions using modern tools and techniques

203147.4

Apply Laplace Transform technique for solution of network equations

203147.5

Calculate two port parameters and Define basic terms related with filters and design low pass and high pass passive filters

203147.6

Analyze network functions to decide stability of network

Course Code and Name:203148 - Numerical Methods and Programming     

203148.1

Determine the root of the given polynomial equation using Birge-Vieta method.

203148.2

Solve a transcendental and polynomial equation by Bisection method, Regula- Falsi method, Newton Raphson method and find the equation for given data points by curve fitting method.

203148.3

Apply interpolation techniques to estimate the value of a function for any intermediate value.

203148.4

Use numerical differentiation and integration methods to on a given function.

203148.5

Solve linear simultaneous equations using direct and indirect methods.

203148.6

Solve ordinary differential equation using Taylor series, Euler method, 4th order RK method.

Course Code and Name:203149 - Fundamentals of Microcontroller and Applications    

203149.1

Describe the architecture and features  of the microcontroller, and write the program in assembly language

203149.2

Compare the addressing modes and execute programs in assembly language for the microcontroller. 

203149.3

Explain timers & counters in 8051, write programs in C language for microcontroller 8051.

203149.4

Describe interrupt structure of 8051 and write the C program to handle interrupt and Interfacing of ADC 0809.

203149.5

Explain serial communication and GSM system with the execution of C program for serial communication and GSM

203149.6

 Interface input output devices and measure electrical parameters with 8051 in real time.

Course Code and Name:203152– Project Based Learning  

203152.1

Identify a problem statement and formulate a solution.

203152.2

Design system components or process that meets the specified needs of the proposed solution.

203152.3

Prepare a project plan to complete the activity within time and budget constraints.

203152.4

Present results as a team, with smooth integration of contributions from all individual efforts.

203152.5

Communicate effectively in oral, visual, and written forms.

203152.6

Demonstrate the working of developed system/process and analyze results.

Course Code and Name:203155A – Solar Photovoltaic Systems  (Audit Course IV)

203155(A).1

To develop a comprehensive technological understanding in solar PV system components.

203155(A).2

handle software tools for Solar PV systems.

203155(A).3

To provide in-depth understanding of design parameters to help design and simulate the performance of a solar PV power plant.

203155(A).4

To pertain knowledge about planning, project implementation and operation of solar PV power generation.

203155(A).5

Ability to analyse the viability of solar power projects.

203155(A).6

Capability to integrate various options and assess the business and policy environment regarding solar power projects.

Third Year Engineering

Course Code and Name:303141 - Industrial and Technology Management  

303141.1

Differentiate between different types of business organizations and discuss the fundamentals of economics and management.

303141.2

Explain the importance of technology management and quality management.

303141.3

Explain the importance of IPR and role of Human Resource Management

303141.4

Understand the importance of Quality and its significance.

303141.5

Describe the characteristics of marketing & its types and overview of financial Management.

303141.6

Discuss the qualities of a good leader and road map to Entrepreneurship.

Course Code and Name:303143 - Electrical Machines II   

303143.1

Understand construction and working principle of three phase synchronous machines

303143.2

Analyze voltage regulation of alternator by direct and indirect methods

303143.3

Compare starting methods of three phase synchronous motor and its significance

303143.4

Understand speed control methods of three phase induction motor

303143.5

Understand the characteristics of A.C. Series motor and universal motor

303143.6

Examine the equivalent circuit of single-phase induction motor by performing no load and blocked rotor test.

Course Code and Name: 303142 - Power Electronics  

303142.1

Describe characteristics of power electronic switching devices such as SCR and GTO

303142.2

Classify the types of Chopper and simulate it.

303142.3

Analyze the performance of single phase half and full controlled AC-DC converters with R and RL load and simulate it.

303142.4

Demonstrate the power electronic three phase AC-DC &single phase AC-AC converters with R and RL-load.

303142.5

Compare the performance of single phase voltage source converter and the current source converter with different voltage control techniques.

303142.6

Determine the performance of three phase DC-AC voltage source converters

Course Code and Name:303144 - Electrical Installation Design and Condition Based Maintenance

303144.1

Classify different types of distribution supply system and determine economics of distribution system.

303144.2

Compare various substations, bus-bars and Earthing systems as per the IEEE 80-2013.

303144.3

Demonstrate the importance and necessity of maintenance, Analyse and test different condition monitoring methods.

303144.4

Understand the essential elements of Estimating and costing residential and commercial installations.

303144.5

Carry out estimation and costing of internal wiring for residential and commercial installations.

303144.6

Apply electrical safety procedures and various statutory rules and regulations laid down by regulating authorities in India

Course Code and Name:303145A -Elective I Adavance Microcontroller and Embedded System

303145A.1

Explain architecture of PIC18F458 microcontroller, its instructions and the addressing modes

303145A.2

Use Ports and timers for peripheral interfacing and delay generation

303145A.3

Interface special and generate events using CCP module

303145A.4

Effectively use interrupt structure in internal and External interrupt mode

303145A.5

Effectively use ADC for parameter measurement and also understand LCD interfacing

303145A.6

Use Serial Communication and various serial communication protocols.

Course Code and Name:303146 - SEMINAR   

303146.1

Relate with current technologies and innovations in Electrical Engineering

303146.2

Improve Presentation and documentation skill

303146.3

Apply theoretical knowledge to actual industrial applications and research activity

303146.4

commmunicate effectively

Course Code and Name: 303147A - Audit Course V – Energy Storage Systems 

303147A.1

Elaborate and study of various types of Energy Storage Systems – Battery, Fuel Cell, superconductor etc.

303147A.2

Study and Implementation with various aspects such as hybridization, selection and sizing of Energy Storage Systems

Course Code and Name:303148 - Power System II

303148.1

Evaluate of ABCD constants, generalized constants and receiving end circle diagram for transmission line

303148.2

Solve problems involving modeling, design and performance evaluation of EHVAC power transmission lines

303148.3

Understand per unit system and load flow analysis for power system(Network)

303148.4

Calculate currents and voltages in a faulty power system under symmetrical fault conditions and relate these fault currents to circuit Breaker ratings.

303148.5

Calculate currents and voltages in a faulty power system under unsymmetrical fault conditions and relate fault currents to circuit Breaker ratings

303148.6

Understand HVDC transmission and its control methods, HVDC systems in India and recent trends related to HVDC systems

Course Code and Name: 303149 – Computer Aided Design of Electrical Machines  

303149.1

Summarize temperature rise, methods of cooling of transformer and consider IS 2026 in transformer design.

303149.2

Design the overall dimensions of the transformer.

303149.3

Analyze the performance parameters of transformer.

303149.4

Design overall dimensions of three phase Induction motor

303149.5

Analyze the performance parameters of three phase Induction motor.

303149.6

Implement and develop computer aided design of transformer and induction motor.

Course Code and Name: 303150 - Control System Engineering  

303150.1

Discuss the basic concept, types and models of the control system and classify various methods to find the TF of the control system.

303150.2

Examine the behavior of the second order system when excited by step input on the basis of steady state and transient response of it.

303150.3

Apply the different tests to judge the stability of the of the control system and to check the dynamic behavior of the system by plotting Root Locus plots.

303150.4

Discuss the concept and compare difference between time domain and frequency domain approach study of control system and to study various stability methods in frequency domain.

303150.5

Implement Bode plot theory to determine stability of the system in frequency domain system.

303150.6

Express the concept of various control strategies for design and implementation of time and frequency domain specifications to understand various control system components.

Course Code and Name:303151A – IoT and its Applications in Electrical Engineering

303151A.1

Identify and understand the unique characteristics and building blocks of the IoT system.

303151A.2

Compare various development boards Arduino, Raspberry pi, Node MCU etc

303151A.3

Build circuits for signal acquisition and conditioning

303151A.4

Experiment with sensors and actuators and choose the right sensor for application

303151A.5

Determine the performance of IoT based automated process

303151A.6

Design and develop IoT based applications.

Course Code and Name:303151B – Electric Mobility

303151B.1

Analyze the components of hybrid and electric vehicles

303151B.2

Describe the different types of Energy Storage Systems

303151B.3

Comprehend the knowledge of the battery charging and management systems

303151B.4

Classify the different mode of operations for hybrid vehicle

303151B.5

Apply different charging standards used for electric vehicles

303151B.6

Differentiate between V2H, V2V & V2G concepts

Course Code and Name:303152 – Internship

303152.1

Follow different practices in industry, and get familiar with working culture in an industry

303152.2

Operate various meters, measuring instruments, tools used in industry efficiently

303152.3

Apply the knowledge gained during internship period to other courses of curriculum and final year project course

303152.4

Develop a relation with industries and expand their professional network and social validation

303152.5

Consider/Identify the society and environmental aspects in professional activity

303152.6

Use internship experience in the identification of career goals.

Course Code and Name:303153B – Project Management(Audit Course VI)

303153B.1

Elaborate importance of project management and its process.

303153B.2

Learn about the role of high performance teams and leadership in project management

Final Year Engineering

Course Code and Name: 403141 - Power System Operation and Control   

403141.1

Apply the theory of dynamics of rotating body to a synchronous machine and evaluate transient state stability of power system consisting of one machine connected to infinite bus bar using equal area criterion

403141.2

Define reactive power in ac circuits, describe necessity of its control and illustrate series and shunt compensations using capacitor, reactor and synchronous condenser

403141.3

Recognize problems in AC transmission system and describe SVC, TCSC, STATCOM and UPFC FACTs controllers with its evolution, principle of operation, circuit diagram and applications to overcome these problems

403141.4

Sketch schematic diagram for automatic voltage regulator and automatic frequency control employed to large size synchronous generator connected in single and two area system and interpret steady state and dynamic response for frequency and tie line power

403141.5

Solve the unit commitment, economic load dispatch problems and define interchange of power with reliability aspects

403141.6

Conduct investigations on Power System stability, load frequency control and economic load dispatch by experimenting in lab and using MATLAB at Individual and Team level and conclude with results to achieve Life-long Learning.

Course Code and Name:403142 – Advanced Control Systems  

403142.1

Design phase-lead and phase-lag compensator using bode plot

403142.2

Explain common nonlinearities

403142.3

Determine transfer function from state space model

403142.4

Test controllability and observability properties of the system

403142.5

Describe the concepts of Digital Control System and utilize it to determine the TF of the ZOH and FOH function

403142.6

Explain the concepts of advanced controls

Course Code and Name:403143 A - Elective I - (PLC & SCADA)

403143A.1

Define and Explain the working of PLC with the help of diagrams

403143A.2

Explain different digital and analog I/O devices and illustrate use of different sensors and transmitters which can be interfaced with the PLC

403143A.3

Demonstrate the use of ladder diagram programming with the help of programming equipment

403143A.4

Execute, debug, and test the programs developed for digital and analog operations

403143A.5

Interpret the SCADA system and its architecture along with various industrial applications

403143A.6

Describe various SCADA protocols along with their architecture

for automation.

Course Code and Name:403143 B - Elective I - (Power Quality Management)

403143B.1

Understand power quality and attribute of power quality

403143B.2

Describe voltage flicker and mitigation of it

403143B.3

Analyze the effect of power system events on voltage sag and its characteristics.

403143B.4

Identify the sources of harmonics and harmonics produced

403143B.5

Select proper methods for harmonic mitigation along with methods of power quality monitoring.

403143B.6

Carry out power quality monitoring using power quality analyzers.

Course Code and Name:403144A - Elective II - (Alternate Energy Systems)

403144A.1

Explain various concepts of Solar related terminologies, devices, Instruments for thermal collection and CSP technologies.

403144A.2

Design solar PV system in consideration with all system components and materials.

403144A.3

Describe various concepts of Wind Energy System, characteristics and Control Systems for Wind Turbine

403144A.4

Explain Biomass Resources, biomass Conversion Technologies and Biomass plants

403144A.5

Classify Fuel Cells, retrieve Storage systems and familiar with other storage technologies

403144A.6

Explain Integration of various sources of RES and economics of RES

Course Code and Name:403145 - Project Stage I

403145.1

Review research literature related with the project title and apply the knowledge of basic science and engineering fundamentals in solving complex engineering problems by using appropriate hardware/software including demonstration of working prototype/s

403145.2

Design solutions to solve complex engineering problems taking into consideration the specific needs related with public health, safety, society, culture and environment leading to sustainable development

403145.3

Apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern engineering tools during the implementation of project, with understanding of the limitations

403145.4

Communicate, comprehend, and present effectively on complex engineering activities during the implementation of the project work by application of professional ethics

403145.5

Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles and function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader of a diversified team

403145.6

Execute a multidisciplinary project leading to the ability of engagement in lifelong learning and self-development

Course Code and Name:403148 - Switchgear and Protection    

403148.1

Describe the need of protective relaying and explain the operating principles of different types of relay

403148.2

Review the fundamentals of arc interruption and associated terms in circuit breakers

403148.3

Explain the ratings, construction, and working of varies types high voltage circuit breakers.

403148.4

Identify causes of over voltages in power system and methods of mitigation and summarize different relay characteristic using static and numerical principle.

403148.5

Describe different protection schemes for Alternator, Transformer, Transmission lines, Busbar and Induction Motor.

403148.6

Demonstrate to test the switchgear and different protection scheme at Individual and Team level.

Course Code and Name: 403149 – Advanced Electrical Drives and Control   

403149.1

To understand the stable steady-state operation and transient dynamics of a motor-load system.

403149.2

To study and analyze the operation of the converter, chopper fed dc drive.

403149.3

To study and understand the operation of classical induction motor drives.

403149.4

To study and understand the operation of modern induction motor drives.

403149.5

To study and analyze the operation of PMSM and BLDC drives and to analyze and design the current and speed controllers for different drives.

403149.6

Discuss the industrial application of electrical drives.

Course Code and Name: Elective III:403150C - Smart Grid   

403150C.1

Describe the concept of smart grid, compare it with conventional grid and demonstrate difference between them.

403150C.2

Explain the devices used in smart technology (Remote Terminal Unit, Phase Measurement Unit etc.), concept of Smart substation and Smart storage technologies.

403150C.3

Explain the smart meters, advanced metering infrastructure and outage management system.

403150C.4

Understand the concept of Microgrid its application and issues related to interfacing with different devices.

403150C.5

Understand Power Quality Management in smart grid and explain issues of grid connected renewable energy sources.

403150C.6

Understand and explain Communication architecture of Smart Grid various technologies used along with cyber security.

Course Code and Name: Elective IV:403151B – Illumination Engineering   

403151B.1

Discuss the importance of light in human life and to understand physics of light

403151B.2

Illustrate various light sources used in practice and to understand their Electrical Control of light methods

403151B.3

Analyze various factors considered during design of indoor lighting / illumination scheme used in day to day activity

403151B.4

Design of lighting scheme for various indoor installation applications using total lumen calculation

403151B.5

Understand various factors to be considered for outdoor illumination scheme design for various installations

403151B.6

Introduce modern trends in the lighting via LASERS, optical fiber and organic lighting schemes

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