Counselling CodesEamcet-GCTC / M.Tech-GCTC1 / MBA–GCTC
Accredited by National Board of Accreditation

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was established in the year 2005 currently the department offers an Under Graduate program B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering with an annual intake of 120 students and one Post Graduate program M.Tech in Power Electronics with an annual intake of 18 students.

The Department is Headed by Prof. Dr. Sudha Radhika, having 12 years of experience in Industry and Teaching. There are 2 Professor, 4 Associate Professors, and 16 Assistant Professors in the department for UG. The department has 5 Lab Assistants to assist and maintain the labs. All the faculty members are encouraged to participate in Faculty Development Programmes, Conferences, Workshops, Publication of Research Papers and active involvement in R & D activity.

All the faculty members are encouraged to participate in Faculty Development Programmes, Conferences, Workshops, Publication of Research Papers and active involvement in R & D activity.


Vision and Mission

Vision of the Department

To provide excellent Electrical and electronics education by building strong teaching and research environment

Mission of the Department

  1. To offer high quality graduate program in Electrical and Electronics education and to prepare students for professional career or higher studies.
  2. The department promotes excellence in teaching, research, collaborative activities and positive contributions to society


PEOs, POs, PSOs

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES:

  1. Graduates will excel in professional career and/or higher education by acquiring knowledge in Mathematics, Science, Engineering principles and Computational skills.
  2. Graduates will analyze real life problems, design Electrical systems appropriate to the requirement that are technically sound, economically feasible and socially acceptable.
  3. Graduates will exhibit professionalism, ethical attitude, communication skills, team work in their profession, adapt to current trends by engaging in lifelong learning and participate in Research & Development.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES:

  • PO 1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO 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.
  • PO 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.
  • PO 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.
  • PO 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.
  • PO 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.
  • PO 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.
  • PO 8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO 9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO 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.
  • PO 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.
  • PO 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.
  • PROGRAM SPECIFIC OUTCOMES:

    • PSO1.An ability to simulate and determine the parameters like voltage profile and current ratings of transmission lines in Power Systems.
    • PSO2.An ability to understand and determine the performance of electrical machines namely, speed, torque, efficiency etc.
    • PSO3.An ability to apply electrical engineering and management principles to Power Projects.


Faculty List

Sl. No.Name of the Staff MemberDesignation
B.Tech-EEE
1Dr. Sudha RadhikaProfessor & HOD
2Dr. T. RajasekarProfessor
3N.Venkata BharadwajAssociate Professor
4G.SrikanthAssociate Professor
5D.RadhikaAssociate Professor
6K.MahenderAssociate Professor
7Voleti PadmajaAssistant Professor
8N.SanthinathAssistantProfessor
9Azra ZainebAssistant Professor
10B.Ramesh BabuAssistant Professor
11S.Poornachander RaoAssistantProfessor
12T. Pooja RaniAssistant Professor
13V. RakeshAssistant Prof
14Manjul KhareAssistant Professor
15Soumi DattaAssistant Professor
16K. NagarajuAssistantProfessor
17M. Prashanth KumarAssistant Professor
18P. HarishAssistant Professor
B.Tech-EEE OTHERS-UG
19E. Hima BinduAssistant Professor
20S ArchanaAssistant Professor
21Mulla Gouse BashaAssistant Professor
M.Tech-EEE-P.E-UG
22M. PradeepAssistant Professor
EEE (Non-Teaching)
1G. Srinivas RaoLab Assistant
2Ch. Jeevan RajuLab Assistant
3N D. V. Krishna RaoLab Assistant
4J. Surya PrakashLab Assistant
5T. MaheshLab Assistant Electrician

Laboratory Details

  1. Electro mechanics Laboratory:
    The Laboratory has required DC and AC machines. Students can understand the intricacies of Machines by conducting experiments like Hopkinson's test, speed control of DC motors, Scott Connection etc. The Laboratory is located in a spacious area of 310Sqmts. The control panels are designed ergonomically, the cables are run underground through Trenches and concealed wiring is done providing safety and having esthetic looks.
  2. Electrical Measurements Laboratory:
    This laboratory has facilities to conduct experiments in the study of three phase currents using phase shifting transformer, understanding protection relays etc.
  3. Power Electronics Laboratory:
  4. This laboratory has facilities for conducting experiments in forced commutation , study of DC Jones chopper, study of invertors with reactive loads.
  5. Networks Laboratory:
    Facilities exist for study of electrical circuits with various types of loads, understanding Thevinins and Norton theorems.
  6. Control Systems Laboratory:
    Equipment like Synchros, Servomotors, Linear System Simulators, Position Controllers, PID Controller, Lag - Lead Compensators etc have been procured. In addition to this equipment, the lab has four Computer Systems to assist experiments using MATLAB.
  7. Fluid mechanics and hydraulic machines laboratory:
    This laboratory facilitates to do the performance test on Kaplan turbine, performance test on reciprocating pump etc.
  8. Engineering workshop:
    This workshop gives an idea about house wiring, carpentry, fitting etc.


Course Files and Lab Manuals

Course Files

Compiling course files is a concept which had been there for many years in professional college. Geethanjali takes the concept of course file to a new level altogether.

Efforts have been made to prepare course files on every subject taught in all branches altogether. This huge stack of information is specially prepared by the respective faculty members with examinations in mind. A wide variety of questions are compiled catering to the comprehension of the weakest student to challenge the mind of the brightest student.

Not only are the efforts of Geethanjali towards compiling the best material but efforts of the same level are put into ensuring that the students access the information. Group ids are created for each class and the class representative receives this information which he/she passes it on to his/her classmates. All of them can access the information with the help of their username & password generated individually per student.

Along with important questions and answers generated unit wise there are nearly 50 multiple choice questions per unit which will aid the student in their online internal examinations. Not just this academic matter but our faculty also includes website addresses resourceful for their subjects, references and all possible lab viva questions.

The course files are updated every year and versions of it are released.

Lab Manuals

The laboratory manuals for each lab are generated with utmost care because at Geethanjali we understand the importance of applied knowledge. We realize that labs are real nests for acquiring knowledge and hence stringent measures are followed while designing them and scrutinized by the HODs before they reach the student. Along with the prescribed number of experiments, more number of experiments are added after consulting the industry requirements. The lab manuals help the student prepare their record and also come prepared for their lab sessions.


FDPs

Module Description Any other contributory Inst./Industry Developed / Organized by Duration Resource persons Target Audience Usage
2014 – 2015
“Power quality with Distributed Generation” -- EEE 17-12-2014 to 18-12-2014 1.Shri.N.S.S.Prasad,Rtd.Scientist,ICRISAT.
2.Dr.M.Sushma,Prof., EEE,JNTUH.
3.Dr.S.Sudha Radhika Professor,EEE.
4.Ms.K.H.Phanishree, Asst.Prof.,EEE,JNTUH
EEE Faculty (National wide)
“research Methodologies in Engineering and Science -- EEE 15-12-2014 To 16-12-2014 1.Prof.M.Sathyanarayana, R & D,GCET.
2.Prof.S.Ramana Murthy,S & H,GCET,
3.Prof.D.Rama Krishna Rao, R & D,GCET.
4.Nagender Kumar Surya devara ,CSE,GCET
EEE Faculty (National wide)
Module Description Any other contributory Inst./Industry Developed / Organized by Duration Resource persons Target Audience Usage
2013 – 2014
FDP on “Application of FACT devices and Artificial Intelligence in Modern Power System”. AICTE Department of EEE 3rd-5th OCT- 2013 1.Dr.M.Suryakalavathi, Professor, JNTUH.
2. Dr.Alvelu Manga Parimi, BITS Hyd.
3. Er.S.V.Murthy Consultant & Contractor.
4. Dr.D.M.Vinod Kumar, Professor, NIT Warangal.
5. Sri.A.V.Surya Prakash Rao, Rtd.S.E.AP Transco.
6. Dr.Pradeep Kumar, JD, CPRI, Hyd.
ECE ,EEE,CSE Faculty (National wide)   The main objective of this FDP is to introduce recent developments in power system – their topologies and control techniques such as Power system security, reliability and state estimation using IEEE bus system used in distributed generation and custom power devices used for power quality improvement
Module Description Any other contributory Inst./Industry Developed / Organized by Duration Resource persons Target Audience Usage
2012 – 2013  
1. FDP on “Blooms Taxonomy” -- Department of EEE 07-07-2012 Mr. K. Mahender, Asst. Prof. ,EEE Jr. Faculty To know the method of teaching.
2. FDP on “1. Teaching Methodologies 2. Blooms Taxonomy ” -- Department of EEE 30-07-2012 1.Dr.L.Mrudula,I/C-CACHE
2.Prof.N.V.L.Addanki, HOD, EEE
All Faculty Improvements in teaching learning process.
3.Value Orientation programme for Teachers -- Department of EEE 21-6-2012 & 22-6-2012 Swami Jnanadananda, Director, Ramakrishna math. All Faculty To know the methods of teaching.
4.FDP on “Mentoring of Mentors” -- Department of EEE 16-6-2012 Mr. George Reddy. All Faculty To motivate the students towards their studies

Guest Lectures

Module Description Any other contributory Inst./Industry Developed / Organized by Duration Resource persons Target Audience Usage
2014 – 2015    
Fundamentals of Electrical & Electronic Engineering -- Department of EEE 23-09-2014 Dr.B.V.Sankar Ram III & IV B.Tech EEE Students Be able to learn Fundamentals of Electrical in practical applications
Reliability Engineering and application to Electrical power Systems -- Department of EEE 07-01-2015 Dr.G.N.Srinivas. Professor,JNTUH III & IV B.Tech EEE Students Be able to learn how to improve the power quality of interconnected power systems
Recent trends in Transducers and tis applications   Department of EEE 10-01-2014 Mr.Samuel Morris III,IV B.Tech & M.Tech EEE Students Be able to learn recent applications involved in measuring instruments
Module Description Any other contributory Inst./Industry Developed / Organized by Duration Resource persons Target Audience Usage
2013 – 2014    
Modeling& Simulation of Power Electronics and Electrical Drives Using CASPOC and VISSIM Software in Embedded System -- Department of EEE 17-02-2014 Mr.Satyabratasahoo. Application Enginer, SUNSEAS TECH. III & IV B.Tech EEE Students Be able to learn simulation tolls
Traction motors -- Department of EEE 20-09-2013 Mr.D.Sadanandam   IV B.Tech EEE Students Industrial exposer
Transducers and their industrial application   Department of EEE 27-09-2013 Mr.K.Smaual Mories IV B.Tech EEE Students instrumentations
Motivating Students in reaching Their Goals -- Placement Cell 17-09-2013 Mr.Syed Noor,Md.Shakir, ETS, Hyderabad IV B.Tech EEE Students To motivate students in reaching their goals.
Module Description Any other contributory Inst./Industry Developed / Organized by Duration Resource persons   Target Audience   Usage
1.Design & Testing of Transformer -- Department of EEE 03-03-2013 Shri.S.Venkata Subba Reddy III & IV EEE Students To understand basic concept of transformer in practical way
2.Field Aspects of Electrical Engineering   --   Department of EEE   26-09-2012 Sri. P. Kondanda Ramaiah, Retd.CE,APSEB All ECE and EEE Student To understand basic concept of design of electrical applications
3.  Awareness for Employability & Enhancing skills for employability   --   Department of EEE   17-08-2012 ASPIRING MINDS ASSESSMENT IV EEE  Students How to with stand in the market.

Additional Skills

Workshop:

Module Description Any other contributory Inst./Industry Developed / Organized by Duration Resource persons Target Audience Usage
2014- 2015    
Design of Solar Energy PV Systems   EEE 25-09-2014 TO 26-09-2014 Green Energy Solutions Officilas II,III & IV Year EEE Projectsexposer
Module Description Any other contributory Inst./Industry Developed / Organized by Duration Resource persons Target Audience Usage
2013 – 2014    
Student Workshop on MATLAB Under EDC Department of EEE 28th, 29th & 30th-01-2014 DATAD POINT INSTITUTE OFFICILAS    II &IV B.Tech EEE Students Projectsexposer

Employability Skills Imparted

Centre for Advancement of Career and Human Excellence (CACHE) is the department of the college responsible for Career Guidance, Training, Placement and Entrepreneurship development. It is a unique initiative of Geethanjali. Its features are

  • Was started in 2005
  • Deals with Career Guidance, Training, Placements and Entrepreneurship
  • With the intention of enhancing the students understanding of employability.
  • Training imparted to students from their freshman year.
  • Trained to be an asset to their employers.
  • Various innovative methods of teaching are implemented
  • A special syllabus is planned keeping in view the industry requirements and constraints of regular syllabus.
  • Focus is on Communication Skills, Aptitude, and Soft Skills, developing the Confidence of Students, improving their Body Language, inculcating Creativity and into making them responsible individuals.
  • A special collection of books is maintained at CACHE to draw students to books and the healthy habit of reading.
  • Forging fruitful and mutually beneficial linkages with industries and professional organizations.
  • Getting live projects as well as providing placement assistance to its students.
  • By organizing key guest lectures and seminars.

The College gives utmost importance to improving the quality of the graduate student as this is an important aspect of the mission of the college. To that end, we spend considerable amount of time talking with students about their career and professional goals, concerns, and suggestions for improving their learning experience. Since its inception, the college has been continuously striving its best in working towards enhancing the professional culture to serve the needs of an ever-changing and dynamic learning community in an exemplary manner. The college has a Training & Placement cell (T&P cell) which guides the students on all aspects of career planning, job searching, and post-graduate studies. The objective of the cell, inter alia, are:

  1. To offer career guidance programs and to provide assistance and resources to support students in making real life connections to academic learning.
  2. To enable students to gain the skills, ability and confidence to transit successfully to further studies/work/self-employment or any other activity in which he/she lands deliberately or unwittingly.
  3. To provide services which expose students to infinite possibilities available in their future; to equip them with the tools they need to plan for future endeavors and to provide continued support and encouragement that they need to be successful in career as well as life.
  4. To enable students to evaluate various career options and embark on their career path to meet their interests by showing them how to assess their interests and talents.
  5. To help find answers to the following questions which pester students:
    • Do I meet the entrance requirements of places of higher education?
    • Can I afford to study further?
    • Will I find a job in my chosen field and place?
    • Should I take a gap/break after college?
    • Are some places better to study than others?
    • Is my degree internationally recognized?
    • Will my job earn me the money to live the lifestyle I desire?

Finding answers to these questions is easy if one has a good understanding of himself/herself and his/her choice of careers. It is possible to find a career path for each individual which draws on their strengths and builds on areas requiring improvement.

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