Electrical Engineering


elect2The department is very active in teaching and research in the areas of Electrical Machines, Control and Computing, Power Electronics and Power Systems.

Electrical Engineering generally deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism. Electrical engineering is the heart of whole engineering discipline which paves way for the progress and growth of an individual. It is the study and application of electrical systems for use in different environments.The student of final year take up various projects on practical/industrial problems in areas related to Power Systems, Electrical Machines, Power Electronics & Electric Drives, and Control Systems using hardware/software.

For providing practical exposure of modern practices in electrical engineering to teachers and students, various workshops and industrial visits are organized which lead to better understanding of concepts.

The department houses fully-equipped labs with latest equipment where emphasis on strong practical training is done with classroom teaching.more

Vision & Mission


To develop professional Electrical Engineer with advanced technical knowledge for contribution to Industry and Society with Ethical Standards.


1.To give effective learning resource amongst the student for enhancement of professional skills in Design, Development, Research and Entrepreneurship.

2.To inculcate technical and communication skills amongst the student to develop sustainable solution for Industries and Government entities.

Salient Feature

1. Our students got First prize in Mayor Innovations award organized by Nagpur Municipal Corporation.
2. Our 32 student’s project works were selected in Hackathon.
3. Electrical Engineering Faculties organized & participated in number of FDP/STTP, Workshops and Webinars in collaboration with Industries on Regular basis.
4. Department staff has Professional Membership in ISTE, IEEE, INSC & Solar Energy Society of India & many of Students had taken membership in IEEE student chapter.
5. Department organizes Industrial visits followed by presentation from students, Skill Based Training sessions, Training sessions for technical and Non technical competitive examinations, Guest Lectures regularly.
6. Department faculties have publications in SCOPUS, Web of Science & other reputed journals which help in faculty up gradation.
7. We provide Student Centric learning (Usage of ICT, virtual labs, topic beyond syllabus, open ended experiments, peer learning, Project Based learning, etc).
8. We have number of MOU’s with Industries & Training Centers for organizing various technical activities.
9. We have active Personal Mentoring of students (one to one counseling).
10. Our department have student forum named as “ELECRA” where student can show their talents in technical & non technical activities for overall development.
11. Electrical & T&P Department organizes various soft skills training session for students benefit during placements.
12. Department always tries to provide 100% Live Mega Projects & 100% Internship to students to enhance student’s learning & interaction with industry persons.
13. We always organize Electricity awareness programs in nearby villages regarding safety and use of electricity.
14. Department looks after Solar Plant Maintenance, Generator operating & Electrical Maintenance of the college.


Prof. Rohan Ingle

Designation : HOD (EE)

Qulaification: B.E , M.Tech , Ph.D Pursuing

15 Years of Experience

As a head of the department it is my pleasure to welcome you to the department of electrical engineering. With the growing demand of Electrical Engineers in the Government and private sectors, department is making best efforts to produce highly trained and capable Engineers who can take up the challenges of the real world. The department of electrical engineering has a fine blend of experienced as well as young and dynamic faculty members, who are involved in imparting quality education. The faculty strives hard to foster and encourage a teaching methodology i.e. both practical and theoretical in approach.The department is fully equipped with all the laboratories required for the curriculum like Basic Electrical Engineering lab, Electrical Machines lab, Network Analysis lab, Control System lab, Electrical Measurement and Instrumentation lab, Electrical Workshop lab, Power Electronics lab, High Voltage lab.

For the Extracurricular activities, Departmental Forum ELECRA has been established by the students. The Forum conducts various technical and cultural events regularly. Internships, Educational tours and Industrial visits are regularly organized to enhance the practical knowledge of the students and to interact with the recent technologies used in the industry.
We pursue research in emerging topics as well established topics. The Department is approaching actively in executing research projects funded from the Department of Science and Technology, Council of Scientific and Industrial Research etc. The Department is approaching to generate revenue by providing testing and consultancy services to industrial clients. The Department sincerely looks for contributing to the technological development of the nation.The Department provides Faculty-Student interactive environment with the intent of generating better ideas and setting new directions by discussions. We encourage students to spend greater time in the Department. We believe in teaching commitment as well as research excellence. In recent years, the Department has achieved substantial outreach activities by participating in the prestigious scientific activities in the country and abroad as well as organizing courses on emerging topics for dissemination of knowledge among younger generations.
We provide a very informal atmosphere between faculty and students. Faculty members of our department are not only engaged in cutting edge technology research but are also very passionate about teaching. We pride on having persons with exceptional academic background as our faculty colleagues. Our department has an ambitious plan of further improving both quality and quantity of research that can make a difference as well as have an impact at global level. We constantly look for bright, young students who have passion to participate in our research programs. If you are one of them, we would like to encourage you to apply for our Masters and Ph.D programs. You may also have an opportunity to be part of a research group or team by joining some of the sponsored projects as Project Staff.
Finally, our department has a long tradition of striving for excellence in whatever we do. I hope we will be able to maintain this in the years to come.

Course & Intake

Course Offered

Bachelor of Engineering 60 Intake

Electrical energy is required extensively for all domestic, commercial, agriculture & industrial use. Thus, opportunities for electrical engineers are widely open in various fields.After aquiring degree in electrical engineering student gain knowledge to pursue career in engineering, software field and R&D sector. They also have the option of pursuing higher studies and they can run their own businees as a start up. Power Sector, Agriculture Sector, Coal Sector, Heavy Industries, Designing and Manufacturing of electrical equipments, construction sectors , Government jobs and many others employement opportunities are lively avalable for the graduates of electrical engineering.

Name of faculty Patent published/grant, Publication in SCI/Scopus,Book/ Chapter Published, Grants Received, PhD Awarded with details
Prof. Rohan Ingle
  • Publication in Scopus- “Load Balancing on Transformers for Maximum Efficiency” International Journal of Advance Science and Technology, Vol – 29, Issue – 5, PP -11943-11948
  • Chapter- Published on “Protection of power system in the Presence of distributed generation by estimating phase angle” in international conference on recent advances in materials, manufacturing and machine learning, ID-440. (organised by YCCE, nagpur)
  • National Level Project Competition organized-2k22 -Co-convener
  • Reviewer at “International Conference on recent advances in materials, manufacturing and machine learning” , YCCE, Nagpur
Prof. Sandeep A. Kale
  • Publication in Scopus- “MACHINE LEARNING ALGORITHM AND STRATEGIES IN WSN” International Journal of Early Childhood Special Education (INT-JECSE), Vol 14, Issue 01, pg- 3321-3327
  • Patent Published- Title- Three Phase Underground Cable Fault Detector and Method Thereof Date of Publication- 4/03/2022
  • Patent Filled-Title- Smart Wadrobe.Date of Publication- 26/06/2022
  • National Level Project Competition organized-2k22 -Co-convener
  • Reviewer- Reviewer at IEEE Region 10 Symposium (TENSYMP-2022), IEEE Bombay Section.
  • Award- Received “Academic Exellence Award 2022” from InSc(International Scholar)
  • Resource Person- 5 day National level “Faculty Development Programme on Remarkable Advanvcements and Innovation in electrical and electronics engineering” at Arka Jain University, Jharkhand
Dr. Nandkumar Wagh
  • Publication in Scopus- Performance Enhancement of DCMLI Fed DTC-PMSM Drives in Electric Vehicles Bulletin of Electrical Engineering & Informatics, Vol -11, Issue No. 4
  • Book Chapter on Performance Enhancement of DCMLI Fed DTC-PMSM Drives in Electric Vehicles at BEEI
Prof. Swapnil Rahangdale Resource Person-Workshop on Scholarship Portal & its Documentation JIT associated with IQAC, RTMNU
Prof. Nitin Choudhary Patent Published- Title- Three Phase Underground Cable Fault Detector and Method Thereof Date of Publication- 4/03/2022
Prof. Ruchi V. Astonkar Publication in National Conference- Innovative concept of stair climbing electro mechanism with CAD modification National Conference on Multidisciplinary Research and Innovation-21 (NCMRAI-21) , Sipna College of Engineering & Technology, Amravati

Forum Activities


Faculty Profile
Name of faculty Designation Qualification Experience
Prof. Rohan Ingle Assistant Professor & HOD B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D.(Pursuing) 18 Years
Dr. Nandkumar Wagh Associate Professor Ph.D 36 Years
Dr. Prashant Debre Associate Professor Ph.D 21 Years
Prof. Sandeep Kale Assistant Professor B.E., M.Tech, Ph.D(Pursuing) 18 Years
Prof. Nitin Chaudhari Assistant Professor B.E., M.Tech. 09 Years
Prof. Swapnil Rahangdale Assistant Professor B.E., M.Tech. 08 Years
Prof. Piyush Bahad Assistant Professor B.E., M.Tech. 08 Years
Prof. Rahul Joge Assistant Professor B.E., M.Tech. 07 Years
Prof. Ruchi Astonkar Assistant Professor B.E.,M.E. 03 Years
Proff. Anagha Gajbhiye Assistant Professor B.E.,M.E. 03 Year
Industrial Visit


BRANCH:ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING                                                                                      SEMESTER:3rd
Course Name Course Outcome Blooms Level
Network Analysis CO1 Apply the knowledge of basic circuital law and simplify the network using reduction techniques. 1,2,3,4
CO2 Apply Node & Mesh analysis and simplify for matrix solution. Compare the matrix with mathematical methods 1,2,3,4
CO3 Classify & Analyze the circuit using Kirchhoff’s law and Network simplification theorems for designing circuit. 1,2,3,4
CO4 Identify initial and final distinguish conditions for current & voltage in first & second order system. 1,2,3
CO5 Estimate and evaluate transient response, Steady state response & network functions for developing the system. 1,2,5
CO6 Classify & evaluate two port network by Z, Y, H & inverse H parameters .Analyze the various three phase circuit connections for obtaining solution for balanced & unbalanced load. 1,2,4,5
Electronics Devices & Circuits CO1 Explain PN junction diode & voltage doublers, compare Zener and Avalanche Breakdown, analyse rectifiers 1,2,5
CO2 Explain & characterize BJT, identify various biasing arrangements, analyse & compare CE, CB, CC amplifiers, design transistor as a switch. 1,2,3,4,5,6
CO3 Explain, analyze & classify Power amplifier & feedback amplifiers. 1,2,3,4
CO4 Explain, classify, formulate & analyze various oscillators, explain & characterize FET & MOSFET and classify its biasing arrangement. 1,2,3,4,6
CO5 List & explain differential amplifier and its stages, compute gain & impedance of different stages. 1,2
CO6 List Boolean identity, illustrate number system conversion, classify codes & logic gates, compute SOP & POS 1,2,3,4
Electrical Measurement & Instrumentation CO1 Recall the knowledge about Basic Electrical Building Blocks (R,L,C) & understand bridge formation to identify their values. 1,2,3
CO2 Relate the basic concepts for measurement & comparing of Analog Instruments to solve the problems. 1,2,4
CO3 Utilize the knowledge of power & Energy to explain how wattmeter & Energy meter works. Also summarize C. T. & P.T. working. 1,2,3
CO4 Develop the concepts which classify measurement of non electric to electric quantities. 1,2
CO5 Make use of concepts about transducers to show measurement of acceleration, velocity, angular velocity, Torque and Power measurement Torque meter. 1,2
CO6 Classify various methods to understand working for measurement of Temperature, Pressure and Flow measurement to identify which is better. 1,2,3
Applied Mathematics – III CO1 Demonstrate the ability of using Laplace transform in solving the ordinary differential Equations and partial differential equations 1,2
CO2 Apply the fundamental concept of Fourier series and be able to solve Fourier expansions of a given function. 1,2,3
CO3 Solve isometric problems by using Eulers eqs. 1,2,3,6
CO4  Interpret Complex variable and its application. Determine the power series expansion of a function 1,2,5
CO5  evaluate Matrices and Eigen Value problem and should able to solve Differential Equation. 1,2,3,6
CO6 Apply Lagranges form to solve p.d.es in engineering applications 1,2,3
Non Conventional Energy Sources CO1 Remember the fundamentals of solar radiation and geometry and understand its importance of measurement and estimation. 1,2
CO2 Understand the basics of Solar energy collection and proper energy storage technique. 1
CO3 Develop various solar thermal and PV based applications. 1,2
CO4 Understand basic operation, working and construction of Wind Energy systems 1,2
CO5 Understand basic operation, working and construction of Ocean and Tidal energy conversion systems. 1,2
CO6 Understand the basic operation and principle of Hydro-electric, MHD, Geothermal, Biomass energy conversion systems. 1,2
BRANCH:ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING                                                                                       SEMESTER:4th
Course Name Course Outcome Blooms Level
Computer Programming CO1 Explain general information of computers and operating systems and demonstrate basic “C” program. 1,2
CO2 Demonstrate types of array sorting and searching technique and apply the knowledge to design various array manipulation programs. 1,2,3
CO3 Define concept of structure, pointer and file in C Language for complex operations and Develop the program to analyze them. 1,3,4
CO4 Define and Demonstrate Understanding of  basics of Object oriented programming language. 1,2
CO5 Define, Demonstrate and apply basics of MATLAB Programming in field of engineering. 1,2,3
CO6 Explain and apply Matrix operation & graphic tools for presentation. using MATLAB programming. 1,2,3
Elements of Electromagnetic Fields CO1 Apply the basics algebra of scalar and vector analysis in various coordinate system and their inter conversions. 1,2,3
CO2 Apply Coulombs laws for the analysis of static electric fields. 1,2,3
CO3 Explain & use Gauss’s Law to compute electric field intensity. Also able to compute potential due to various static charge and energy density in electrostatic field. 1,2
CO4 Apply boundary conditions along with the basic concept of poison’s and Laplace Equations for solving various electromagnetic problems 1,2,3
CO5 Explain various law’s and their application in static magnetic field along with basic of magnetization, permeability etc. 1,2
CO6 discuss four Maxwell’s equations used to study time varying electromagnetic or dynamic fields. 1,6
Electrical Machines -I CO1 Explain and apply the construction, working of 1- phase transformer for analyzing different loads. 1,2,3
CO2 Explain and apply the construction, working of 3- phase transformer for analyzing and selecting different loads with phasor diagrams 1,2,3
CO3 Explain , classify & Analyze the construction, working and characteristics of DC Machine. 1,2,4
CO4 Explain , classify & Analyze the construction, working and characteristics of DC Machine. 1,2,4
CO5 Choose , examine different starting methods, speed control of Induction motors and adapting different braking methods. 1,4
CO6 Explain , classify & Analyze the construction, working and characteristics of 1- phase induction Motor. 1,2,4
Applied Mathematics-IV CO1 Create mathematical models of physical systems in input­ output or transfer function form & compare the transfer function of variable dynamic concepts. 1,6
CO2 Apply Z-transform under different conditions and can derive equation from them. 1,2,3
CO3 Understand the concepts of fuzzy sets, knowledge representation using fuzzy rules, approximate reasoning, fuzzy inference systems, and fuzzy logic control. 1
CO4 Solve linear and non-linear system of equations through numerical techniques. 1,2,3,6
CO5 Compute solutions for ordinary differential equations through numerical techniques. 1,4
CO6  Apply the moment generating functions to determine its probability distribution. 1,2,3
Digital & Linear Electronic Circuits CO1 Explain basic information of Logic Families, Multiplexers & Converters. 1,2
CO2 Demonstrate how flip flop, memory & timers work. 1,2
CO3 Define concept of Sequential Circuit, counters, & ALU. 1
CO4 Demonstrate applications of Operational Amplifiers circuits. 1,2
CO5 Define and apply basics of Active Filters, rectifiers, &Voltage sources. 1,3
CO6 Explain how linear IC’s works. 1,2
BRANCH:ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING                                                SEMESTER:5th
Course Name Course Outcome Blooms Level
Electrical Machine Design CO1 Explain and classify various materials used for design of machines and also evaluate properties of temperature rise of machine 1,2,3,5
CO2 Classify types of transformer and apply the knowledge to design a Transformer. 1,2,3,6
CO3 Define various parameters of transformer and apply the knowledge to analyze them 1,2,3
CO4 Analyze, and evaluate various parameters of Induction motor to construct a stator. 1,2,3,4
CO5 Classify, construct, and evaluate rotor of an Induction motor 1,2,5
CO6 Explain the working of synchronous machine and apply the knowledge for evaluating various parameters 1,2,5
Microprocessor & Interfacing CO1  Use and apply VLSI circuit concept 1
CO2 Understand a detailed idea about processor architecture. 1,2
CO3 Understand program microprocessor using assembly language programming to design systems 1,6
CO4 Design any system based on the knowledge acquired of the subject. 1,6
CO5 Analize interfacing circuits of real systems and to synthesize and analyze systems 1,2,3
CO6 Design their projects based on microprocessors 1,6
Electrical Power System – I CO1 Understand the basic concepts of electrical power system and classify generation, transmission and distribution aspects and apply it. 1,2,3
CO2 Understand per unit system representation and apply parameters of generator, transformer and transmission lines, calculation of transmission line parameters (R,L,C) 1,2,3,4
CO3 Understand the concept of elementary distribution scheme classify types of insulator find string efficiency. 1,2
CO4 Analize voltage regulation and efficiency of power transmission lines using equivalent pi and T representation as well as determine representation using circle diagram with generalized constants. 1,5
CO5 Understand the basic concept of interconnection of system elements to form two bus systems and introduction to load flow studies in multibus system. 1,2
CO6 Define elementary concepts of real and reactive power control analyze load sharing between generator and evaluate preliminary concepts of automatic voltage regulator. 1,4,5
Electrical Machines-II CO1 Students will able to understand and explain the construction features of synchronous machines, armature winding and field windings, MMF of armature and field windings and induced EMF. 1,2
CO2 Understand, explain, construct and analyze Phasor diagram of synchronous machines. Students will able to understand and explain and evaluate and classify voltage regulation using synchronous impedance and Potier triangle method. 1,2,3,4,5
CO3 Understand, explain, construct and evaluate Parallel operation of alternators. determination of parameters of alternator. 1,2,3,5
CO4 Understand, explain and analyze Phasor diagram, expression for torque, load / torque angle, synchronous machine operation. 1,2,3,4
Understand and explain effects of variable excitation and power input on generator operation and effect of variable excitation and load on motor operation.
CO5 Understand and explain Sudden 3– phase short circuit, Transient and sub- transient reactances and their measurement time constant and equivalent circuit diagram, hunting & damper windings. 1,2
CO6 Understand and explain the working ,construction, characteristic of Repulsion motor, AC series motor, universal motor, reluctance motor, hysteresis motor, brushless dc motor, power selsyns, position selsyns . 1,2
Utilization Of Electric Energy CO1 Recall the basic knowledge of Electric heating, its applications and various devices used for heating. Relate the different types of heat transfer and design the heating elements 1,2
CO2 Define and summarize the principal of electric welding, compare various welding process like resistance welding, electric arc welding etc. and their applications 1,2
CO3 Utilize the basic terminologies used in illumination for designing illuminating systems for various applications. Discover the importance of energy conservation 1,2,3,4
CO4 Make use of  basic terminologies to explain refrigeration systems and air conditioning systems 1,2,3
CO5 Examine the fan design & selection criteria for fan performance evaluation & assessment. Make used of Pump types, characteristics and curves for selecting efficient pumping system. 1,2
CO6 Summarize the basics of compressors, their types and air system components. Match the  selection, installation and operational factors for the selection of Diesel Generating system. 1,2
BRANCH:ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING                                                                                  SEMESTER:6th
Course Name Course Outcome Blooms Level
Control System – I CO1 Understand need of automation by applying the concept of mathematical modelling, analyzing & evaluating Transfer function. 1,2,3,6
CO2 Illustrate the effect of feedback on parameter variation and applying it to control system components, and their functional analysis. 1,2
CO3 Recall the concept of time response of first & second order system and applying the concept for evaluating errors , analysis of  PI,PD,PID controllers 1
CO4 Understand the concept of stability and applying it to control system, root locus concept and analyzing the effect addition of poles and zeros. 1,2
CO5 Student will be able to select the methods for analysing the frequency response for evaluating stability and accuracy 1,2,3
CO6 Student will be able to summarize the concept of state space analysis, choose state space variables and relate transfer function and state variables. 1,2
  Engineering Economics & Industrial Management CO1 Define Engineering economics, Explian economic analysis of Demand, Elasticity of demand, Discuss factors of production, Advertising elasticity and Marginalism. 1
CO2 Explain Monopoly, Monopolistic & Oligopoly. Discuss the Depreciation and method for its determination. 1,2
CO3 Summarize Liberalization, privatization & Globalization. Describe functions of commercial banks and inflation, deflation and stagflation 1,2
CO4 Explain scope of management function of management  – planning, organizing, directing, controlling and communicating. 1,2
CO5 Apply the concept of Marketing management. Discuss Marketing Mix, Administrative and cost plus pricing, channels of distribution, Advertising and sales promotion 1,2,3
CO6 Explain scope of financial management. Outline of Profit and loss account , balance sheet, budget and their importance 1,2
Electrical Drives & Their Control CO1 Define ,compare, choose and analize concept of starting, speed control and braking of electrical drives 1, 2,3
CO2 Understand , apply, analize concept of power capacity & flywheel effect on motors. 1,2,3
CO3 Classify, choose, analyze, conclude the application of PLC to Electrical Drives 1,2,3,5
CO4 Choose, illustrate, compare & analyze contactors & relays used in the Industry. 1,2,4
CO5 Define, compare, analyze various traction drives 1,2,4
CO6 List, compare, choose, analyze various drives used in industries 1,2,4
Power Electronics CO1 Understand what is SCR classify its characteristics and analize various protection schemes. 1,2,3,4
CO2 Classify different types of devices ,compare and analize their characteristics 1,2,3,4
CO3 Understand the concept of Pulse converter, classify its type and evaluate the  effect of source inductance 1,2
CO4 Define Converter, classify its types, analize and evaluate various parameters 1
CO5 Understand the working of chopper ,classify it and apply the concept for analyzing various parameters 1,2,3
CO6 Summarize the concept of inverter classify its types and applying the concept to compare various characteristics 1,2
Power Station Practice CO1 Recall the various electrical energy sources & analyze aspects related to load survey to identify the various factors. 1
CO2 Understand how electrical energy generated in thermal power plant& make use of it to Examine cost of generation. 1,2
CO3 Explain what hydro power plant is & categorized various hydro plants with their utility. 1,2
CO4 Tell Basic requirements for nuclear power plant development & Classify the types of reactors. 1
CO5 Explain how to improvise the stability of power generators with various methods by classifying them. Simplify the problems of tariff & loads by identifying them. 1
CO6 List & compare various alternatives for power generation to develop them at very use. 1,5
Functional English CO1 Understand grammatical structures of English language. 1
CO2 Develop their necessary confidence and competence to face the interviews effectively and appear for various competitive examinations. 1,2,3
CO3 Summarise the course, students will find themselves skilled in drafting different types of business letters reports and other documents. 1,2,3,4
CO4 Develop their analytic capacity with regard to understanding of English language as they will be oriented in fictional and non fictional writing. 1,2,3
CO5 Develop their analytic capacity with regard to understanding of English language as they will be oriented in fictional and non fictional writing. 1,2,3
CO6 Understand grammatical structures of English language. 1,2
BRANCH:ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING                                                                              SEMESTER:7th
Course Name Course Outcome Blooms Level
Control Systems -II CO1 Summarize , choose, categorize & compare various compensation techniques 1,2,3,4
CO2  Recall the concept of state variable analysis and apply it to analize techniques to formulate STM. 1,2,3
CO3 Interprete Controllability Observability.Applying,analyzing and conclude the effect of state variable feedback 1,2,5
CO4 Define, classify and analize optimal control system for evaluating parameters 1,2,3,4
CO5 Explain the concept of non linear system and apply describing function method to analize and evaluate various describing functions 1,2,3,4
CO6 Recall the concept of Sample data and apply it to analize and evaluate descrete time system. 1,2,3,4
Electrical Installation Design CO1 Understand and explain the concepts of electrical load, categories of load, types of loads, connected load, demand factor, Maximum demand, diversity factor, load factor, power factor, TOD Tariff, Industrial Electric Bills, also understand , explain analyze construction, selection, installation, testing of LT/ HT cables, overload & short circuit ratings, rating factors; Overhead line conductors, copper and aluminium busbars 1,2
CO2 Understand, explain and classify various types of isolators, switches, circuit breakers, and fuses, also understand, explain, analyze  and solve short circuit currents at various locations for selecting proper circuit breaker rating & finding value of series reactors for limiting short circuit current and Overcurrent protection with two phase fault & one ground fault relay. 1,2,4
CO3 Classify types of various motors and can draw SLD and understanding  working of DOL/ Star-Delta/ Autotransformer starters, types, specifications, selection of power contactors, Overload relays, short circuit protective devices.,also understand, explain analyze Reactive power compensation in industries using static capacitors, use of Power Triangle. 1,2,3,4
CO4 Understand, explain Specifications, ratings, selection, installation, testing & commissioning. Students will able to understand, explain and analyze 11kV & 33 kV, indoor/ outdoor substations, plan/ elevations, Earthing Arrangement 1,2,3,4
CO5 Students will able to understand, explain and Preparing load list, assessing various factors associated with loads, selection of transformer, design of PCC & MCC, selection of all the associated electrical apparatus, busbars, cables, switchgear, protective devices, earthing system, testing, commissioning 1,2,6
CO6 Understand, explain necessity of earthing, concept of system & equipment earthing, definitions of various terms, types of earthing, earth tester and measurement of earth resistance Students will able to understand, explain important IE Rules applicable to residential, commercial & industrial installations 1,2
Electrical Power System – II CO1 Relate the basic knowledge  of Power System-1 to analyze the power system using symmetrical component method to design desire power system, student will be benefited by life  long learning 1,2,4
CO2  Compare unsymmetrical & symmetrical fault as well as investigate the system for desired operation of system, this will be benefited to student by lifelong learning. 1,4
CO3 Develop the power system engineering constraint to attain power system stability by using student can able developed modern programming tools for attaining stability using economic load scheduling including & excluding transmission losses for optimum operation of system, this will be benefited to student by lifelong learning. 1,2,3
CO4  Analyze & evaluate resonant grounding; this will be benefited to student by lifelong learning. 1,4,5
CO5 Understand of different methods compensation, compensation is used to improve power quality which ultimately beneficial for society & Engineer which is beneficial for student life long learning. 1,2
CO6 Design reliable  power system  & build the good society which is basically power dependant. 1,6
 Flexible Ac Transmission Systems CO1  Explain and classify and identify the problems and constraints with stability of large interconnected system. 1,2,3
CO2  Explain and classify to understand different types of converters, regulators and compensators. 1,2,3
CO3 Explain and apply the Knowledge of Facts devices for Reactive Power Compensation. 1,2,3
CO4 Apply their solutions using different FACTS controllers. 1,4,5
CO5 Analyze the different FACTS devices in different stability conditions. 1,4
CO6 Understand the Application and necessity of UPFC and IPFC in the transmission line. 1,2
High Voltage Engineering CO1 Understand and illustrate the concepts of Ionization, its theories and breakdown in various dielectrics. 1,2
CO2  Explain the occurrence of lightening and other over voltages and select appropriate protection scheme. 1,2
CO3  Classify the type of overvoltage wave and employ suitable insulation for the system. 1,2,3,4
CO4 Apply high voltage and current generation techniques for HV testing and protection design. 1,2,3
CO5  Analyze the nature of system and thereby employ appropriate measurement technique. 1,4
CO6  Evaluate system performance by applying different methods of non destructive and High Voltage testing of apparatus. 1,2,3,5
BRANCH:ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING                                                   SEMESTER:8th
Course Name Course Outcome Blooms Level
Computer Applications In Power System CO1 Formulate the incidence, network matrices and model the power system components 1,6
CO2 Understand Model Bus Impedance and Bus Admittance matrix of the system 1,2
CO3 Explain and compose algorithm for formation of Bus Impedance matrices for three phase system 1,2,6
CO4 Formulate steady state power flow analysis of power system networks using Gauss-Seidel, Newton-Raphson and Fast decoupled iterative methods 1,6
CO5 Analyze short circuit faults in power system networks using ZBus method 1,2,3
CO6 Formulate transient stability analysis for power system networks 1,6
EHVAC & HVDC Transmission CO1 Understand, identify, compare, assess Power handling capacity of different Transmission systems 1,2,3,4
CO2  Compare, choose, analyze & evaluate various Parameters of Electrostatic and electromagnetic fields and corona 1,2,3,4,5
CO3 Illustrate, choose, categorize different types of AC and DC Transmission systems. 1,2,3,4
CO4  Define, explain, apply Knowledge of Different controlling systems for power flow controls 1,2,3
CO5 Choose, clasify, apply, analize knowledge of design parameters of AC / DC filters and Reactive power Compensation. 1,2,3,4
CO6 Define, compare, choose, analyze, HVDC power plant 1,4
Switchgear and Protection CO1  Understand and explain general philosophy of Protective Relaying 1,2
CO2 Understand, explain, analyze medium voltage Line Protection: Over current relaying, directional- over current relay. 1,2,3
CO3 Understand, explain, analyze high voltage line protection: Distance relays, carrier distance Schemes. Unit carrier schemes. 1,2,3
CO4  Understand, explain, analyze Equipment Protection: Protection of generator, transformers and bus. Protection of Induction Motors against overloads, short circuits. 1,2,3,4
CO5  Understand, explain introduction of static relays and Comparison of static and electro mechanical relays. 1,2,3
CO6 Understand, explain Switchgear: Circuit breakers. Arc interruption theory, recovery and Restricting voltages 1,2,3
Electrical Destribution System CO1 Analyze the distribution system using different distribution factors. 1,2,3
CO2 Apply the knowledge distribution system in the controlling of voltage & reactive power 1,2,3
CO3 Able to recall the knowledge of electrical power system to analyze the System. 1
CO4 Design different types of Voltage control System in distribution system. 1,6
CO5 Understand  distribution Automation 1,2
CO6 Evaluate distribution capacity of Substation, Substation layout associated with equipment. 1,5

On completion of Bachelor of Engineering in Electrical, Graduates will be able to

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

2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
3. 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.
4. 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
5. 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.
6. 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.
7. 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.
8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
10. 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.
11. 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.
12. 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.

Students of Electrical Engineering Program will demonstrate :

PSO1:Have knowledge, skills and expertise on non-renewal energy resources.

PSO2:Have expertise in handling challenges associated with Power Generation, Transmission and Distribution.


Graduates of Electrical Engineering shall

PEO-I: Succeed in employment/profession, or pursue post graduate or research in Electrical Engineering or in allied Engineering.
PEO-II: Have engineering breadth to innovate, design, and develop engineering products and to contribute in providing solutions related to multidisciplinary real life problems.
PEO-III: Have professional and ethical attitudes, effective communication skills and team work, lifelong learning to become successful professionals.

Key Features

  • 1st college to visit Nuclear Power Plant amongst all Engineering colleges in RTMNU.
  • Regular Gate coaching from in-house and external experienced staff.
  • Qualified teachers having PG from NIT Surat, GCOE Amravati and Aurangabad.
  • Good placement initiatives.
  • Regular technical Workshops.
  • Industrial tours followed by presentation.
  • Campus recruitment training.
  • Faculty development programs.
  • Continuous up gradation of Faculty with latest R&D activities.
  • The laboratory facilities are being upgraded from time to time and provide adequate opportunity for the students to learn and innovate.