The department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering started in the academic year 2004-05 with an approved intake of 60 students. The department has a team of well-qualified and experienced faculty.
The department has state-of-the-art laboratories. The simulation laboratory is equipped with latest computers and servers installed with licensed software. The students are encouraged to work on both in-house projects and also with leading organizations in electrical sciences like CPRI, HAL, BESCOM, BHEL, DRDO and also with other industries like Kirloskar and GE.
The department, its faculty and students utilize all the central facilities like seminar hall, central library, on line access of journals etc. very effectively to create a good teaching/ learning environment.
The Department could achieve the distinction of securing cent percent results in eighth semester examinations for the past seven consecutive years. Also the department is proud of having a VTU approved research centre.
The department is heading to progress every year with additions to infrastructure and faculty.
It is my privilege to invite your kind attention to the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, M.S Engineering College, Bangalore. Our institution is affiliated to Visvesvaraya Technological University, Belgaum. At present, we offer B.E programme in Electrical & Electronics Engineering. Shortly, we will be starting M. Tech programme in Power & Energy Systems.
I am proud to state that our department has a VTU approved research centre in Electrical Engineering. Already candidates are pursuing research on various power system topics in our department.
I am extremely proud of EEE Department faculty who contributed a lot for the continuous improvement of our institution through effective curriculum transaction and delivery.
We provide all our students a conducive environment which promotes independent, interactive and collaborative learning. As per the opinion of our great Alumni, the environment in the institution is ideal for learning as it is a little away from crowded urban area. The greenery here is soothing and inspiring.
I welcome all the prospective students to the premises of MSEC.
Electrical & Electronics Engineering is one of the core branches of engineering. The importance of electricity can be felt if we assume a day without electric power supply. Electricity is required for everything from domestic appliances to large industrial plants.
Electrical Engineering is a field that deals with study of generation, transmission, distribution and utilization of electricity. The major job of an electrical engineer is in design, fabrication, testing and commissioning of electrical equipments. Electrical engineers are required to develop, design, manufacture and maintain electrical systems. Electrical engineers are having openings in industries, power supply companies and so on.
Due to high pollution levels and depletion of ozone layer leading to global warming, most of the developed nations are concentrating on exploiting renewable sources such as wind, solar and small hydro to the maximum. Solar plants and wind mills are fast spreading all over. This will definitely enhance the job prospects of an electrical engineer.
Automobiles are the next major sources of pollution. Due to this, major automobile industries are focusing on the production of hybrid and electric vehicles. So, we can expect a revolution in the field of automobile industry, where all IC engines being replaced with electric motors, in the nearest future. Imagine the growth of electric motor industry and the consequent job prospects of an electrical engineer!
The job prospects of an electrical engineer are further augmented due to the vast industrial automation going on currently, as electrical engineers are the most appropriate for that job.
Due to all the facts stated above, the future of an electrical engineer appears bright and the branch will remain evergreen in terms of scope and job prospects.
Non-availability of highly qualified, senior teaching staff to promote curriculum development and research activities on advanced topics.
|1||Dr. Abraham George||Ph.D||Power System||Professor||View|
|2||Mr. G.C. Gopalkrishna Rao.||M.E||AEM||Asso. Professor||View|
|3||Mr. Hari Kumar.R||M.E||Power Electronics & Drives||Asso. Professor||View|
|4||Mrs. Chaitra R. N.||M.Tech||Digital Electronics||Asso. Professor||View|
|5||Mr. Neelakantam G.||B.E(M.Tech)||Electronics||Asst. Professor||View|
|6||Mr. Sangameshwara||M.E||Power & Energy System||Asst. Professor||View|
|7||Ms. Vandana||M.E||Power & Energy System||Asst. Professor||View|
|8||Mr. Vasantha Kumar||M.Tech||Power Electronics||Asst. Professor||View|
|9||Mrs. Geetha L.||M.Tech||Electronics||Asst. Professor||View|
|10||Mrs. Dakshayini||M.Tech||Power System||Asst. Professor||View|
|11||Mrs. Ashwini A.M||M.E||Control & Instrumentation||Asst. Professor||View|
Determination of characteristics of over-current, over/under-voltage relays, both electro-mechanical and microprocessor based, characteristics of distance relay and differential relay and operation of negative sequence relay are the major experiments conducted on relays. In high voltage lab the major experiments include spark over characteristics of air-insulation subjected hvac and hvdc, measurement of hvac and hvdc using standard sphere-gap and testing the breakdown strength of transformer oil. In addition, generator, motor and feeder protection studies are also carried out.
The major experiments in this lab include formation of Y-bus, Z-bus, determining A,B,C,D parameters , efficiency and regulation of transmission lines, power angle diagrams of salient and non-salient pole machines, plotting swing curve, load flow studies by major methods and economic generation scheduling.
In Electrical Machines lab experiments are conducted on transformers, induction machines direct current machine and synchronous machines. The major transformer experiments include, brake test, polarity marking and predetermination of efficiency and regulation at various power factors and fractions of load. Direct load test and predetermination of performance characteristics are done on three phase induction motors as well as on direct current motors. On alternations, tests are conducted to pre-determine regulation and fault currents.
Analog Electronics lab provides basic knowledge of electronic devices like diodes, transistors, and elementary circuits. This lab includes various kits like characteristics of diode, transistor, TRIAC. DIAC, FET etc
Most of the experiments in this lab are conducted using kits and results are verified by PSpice Simulation. Major experiments include measurement of R, L and C using bridges, energy meter calibration, determining ratio and phase angle errors of a CT, experiments on Op Amps, RC phase shift oscillator, RC coupled amplifier etc.
A few of control system lab experiments are conducted using MATLAB and the rest, using custom-made kits. Major experiments include determination of step response of a typical second order system, speed-torque characteristics of direct and alternating current servomotors, designing RC lag and lead compensating networks, P, PI, PD and PID controllers, frequency response of a second order system and stability studies by making root locus, Bode and Nyquist plots using MATLAB/SCILAB software.
Power electronics lab gives the idea of characteristic features high power semiconductor devices like SCR,MOSFET and IGBT. This lab syllabus discuss about the converters, inverters and motors like DC motor, Universal motor and stepper motor. Experiments are conducted on triggering circuits like UJT and RC triggering circuits.
The most widely used instruction set for 8-bit microcontrollers (MCUs), the 8051 core has a long history and a tremendous, widely used code base. This lab introduces students to the elementary programming techniques, interfacing and designingsimple applications using microcontroller 8051
Logic design lab is very useful for the students for realising the logic circuits like counters, multiplexer ,adders , sequence generator etc. In this lab major equipment used are Digital IC trainer kit , Digital IC tester. The logic design lab helps students to understand basic digital components and its application
|Sl No||Name||Funding Agency||Date||Report|
|1||Electrical Safety||ISTE||Sept 2014||View|
|3||Recent Developments in Solar Power Application and
Rural Electrification using Solar Energy
|6||Recent Trends In Electrical & Electronics Engineering||MSEC||21-10-2011||View|
|1||2010-11||Madhuri Reddy.M.J||Infosys Technologies Ltd|
|2||2010-11||Pruthvi.B.M||Infosys Technologies Ltd|
|3||2010-11||Ashok Chauhan||L&T Infotech|
|4||2010-11||Anamika Kumari||Hp Ltd|
|5||2010-11||Latha Spurthi||Unisys Global services Ltd|
|6||2010-11||Kumar.B||Macurex Sensors Pvt Ltd|
|7||2010-11||Murugan.M||Macurex Sensors Pvt Ltd|
|8||2010-11||Amar Kumar Srivastava||Macurex Sensors Pvt Ltd|
|10||2010-11||Latha Spurthi||IBM India|
|12||2010-11||Sudarshan Pahwa||Tech Mahindra|
|13||2010-11||Shiva Prasad||Macurex Sensors Pvt Ltd|
|14||2013-14||Sowjenya P||ANSR source|
|15||2013-14||Sachin V Deshpande||System Infotech ( Off Campus)|
Presently working as executive engineer in a power plant at sandur manganese & iron ores limited Hospet.I remember MSEC as the college perticularly EEE department encouraged me in taking part in extra curricular activities apart from strengthning my core subject knowledge. I could utilize the teachers guidance & library facility to come up in life during my stay.
I am working as an Academic Author in ansrsource India Pvt Ltd. I just followed my intuitions and chose EEE here. Trust me, this is one of my best decisions so far. This department is student friendly in every possible way. Every move of yours in life is your opportunity to reach success. Choose your moves wisely! I’m glad I pursued my engineering here.
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