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1 Department of Electrical Engineering

2 Mission of the Department
To impart comprehensive and quality education and to develop innovative, entrepreneurial and ethical professionals suitable for a sustainable environment. To develop a reservoir of experience and knowledge and to share it with the stake holders in education for mutual enrichment. To promote product oriented and dedicated research for establishing a self-sustaining and wealth-creating centre to serve the social needs. To prepare the students for new challenges in the field of electrical engineering. To create and sustain an environment for critical thinking and problem solving. To strive to be at the forefront of Research and maintain intensive interaction with Industry and leading Research Centres, where students can be engaged in Projects, Training and Internships.

3 Programme Objective The curriculum for the award of B.Tech. degree in Electrical Engineering has been planned to meet under said objectives. 1. The graduate student : a) shall meet the requirements of the local industry. b) have the academic background to pursue postgraduate studies at the international level. c) have design and development training coupled with Management and Economics background to face the market as an entrepreneur. 2. The aim of the Electrical Engineering undergraduate program should be to prepare the graduates for entry level positions as electrical engineers for industrial, commercial and governmental organizations and also to prepare the graduates for continued learning experiences either in a formal graduate program or in continuing education programs. This aim can be achieved through a curriculum designed to accomplish the following five objectives: a) The graduates should be technically sound and professionally competent. b) To maintain a modern and effective curriculum that adapts to changes in technology and society. c) To encourage a diverse student population getting admitted in the program and successfully graduating from the program and function competently in a diverse work force. d) The graduates to be self-motivated and creative to succeed in environments where technical innovation is important. e) The curriculum in Electrical Engineering is based upon the engineering core subjects. 3. Beyond the engineering core subjects, the curriculum should include a number of required electrical engineering and technical elective courses. Successful completion of the curriculum leaves the student prepared to embark on a career in electrical engineering or to pursue advanced education in postgraduate institutes. 4. The objective of the undergraduate program is to educate students in science and engineering so that they can conceive and solve national and international technological problems in society. Social and humanistic issues have also been emphasized in the technical education component of the program to provide breadth in education. The students therefore will be prepared for practice, engineering design and hands-on experience throughout the curriculum and supported by diverse laboratory and field facilities to implement design ideas. 5. Opportunities to enhance teamwork, written and oral communication, and self-learning skills should also be available across the curriculum. Students may be encouraged to promote the profession and develop leadership skills through involvement in honorary and professional societies, and participation in laboratory and design project activities. The faculty should have a strong student counselling program, which will facilitate individual contact with students to help them make sound academic decisions and understand the purpose of their education and the profession. 6. The Electrical Engineering curriculum has also been included declarations of four interconnected criteria: a) Depth : To provide students with understanding of the fundamental knowledge prerequisite for the practice of, or for advanced study in, electrical engineering, including its scientific principles, rigorous analysis, and creative design. b) Breadth : To provide students with the broad education, including knowledge of important current issues in engineering with emphasis on electrical engineering, necessary for productive careers in the public or private sectors, or for the pursuit of postgraduate education in electrical engineering. c) Professionalism : To develop skills for clear communication and responsible teamwork, and to inculcate professional attitudes and ethics, so that students are prepared for the complex modern work environment and for lifelong learning. d) Learning Environment : To provide an environment that enables students to pursue their academic goals in an innovative program that is rigorous and challenging, open and supportive.

4 HODs Message Quick Links : List of Faculty Members Course Curriculum
The BTech (EE) programme started in the year 2002 and was accredited by NBA in the year The Electrical Engineering Department started the MTech (Power System) programme in 2010 and currently our sanctioned intake is 120. We have the distinction of one of our students securing a place in the first ten positions of West Bengal University of Technology in One of our students secured 125th all India Rank in GATE Our students have been placed in IOC, BHEL, POWERGRID, CESC, Reliance, L&T, Tata Consulting Engineers, Tata Motors, Electricity Utilities of various State Governments and numerous electrical project companies. Some of our students are pursuing higher studies in US Universities and some are also pursuing PhDs. Our Faculty members consistently upgrade their knowledge by attending various training programs and participate in numerous National and International Conferences to present and publish Research Papers. Our faculty members have published Research Papers in Referred International Journals with high impact factor and published latest technology books with reputed publishers. We regularly organize Technology as well as Industry Seminars on current topics which are open to participation by Students and Faculty members. We regularly conduct Industrial Visits for students as well as faculty members. This year we are organizing a National Conference on “Energy Engineering, Analysis, Audit and Management” during July 8 – 10, 2013. Quick Links : List of Faculty Members Course Curriculum Curriculum Beyond Syllabus Student Projects Teaching Learning Process

5 Approval / Accreditation
BTech (EE) Started with 60 seats in July 2002 under AICTE approval. Intake increased to 120 in July 2010 under AICTE approval. Accredited by NBA-AICTE in July, 2008 for 3 years. MTech (Power System) Started with 18 seats in July 2010 under AICTE approval.

6 Eminent members in Department B O S
Prof. (Dr.) D. P. Kothari – Director General, VITS Indore Prof. (Dr.) Samarjit Sengupta - Department of Applied Physics, Calcutta University Prof. (Dr.) Pranab Kumar Chattopadhyay - Gargi Memorial Institute of Technology, Baruipur (Nominated by VC, WBUT) Mr. Rupankar Shome - Additional Chief Engineer, Distribution-HQ, WBSEDCL

7 Departmental Laboratories
Lab Description in the Curriculum Exclusive use/Shared Space / Number of Students Number of experiments Quality of instruments Lab manuals Basic Electrical Lab 110 sqm, 40, 4 students per setup 12 Standard Make & Specifications Existing Circuits & Networks Lab 100 sqm, 40, 4 students per setup State-of-the-art PCs, PSPICE, MULTISIM, MATLAB, 40 PCs with Network Measurements & Instrumentation Lab Standard Make & Specifications, 2 PCs Electrical Machine Lab 120 sqm, 40, 4 students per setup Power System Lab Standard Make & Specifications, ETAP, MiPOWER, 5 PCs with Network Control System Lab Standard Make & Specifications, MATLAB & SIMULINK, 40 PCs with Network Power Electronics Lab Standard Make & Specifications, POWERSIM, 5 PCs with Network Electrical Drives Lab Standard Make & Specifications, MATLAB & SIMULINK, 15 PCs with Network Centralized Computer Lab Shared 1000 sqm, 500 students capacity Not Applicable Internet, Windows, Linux

8 Research Publications
Journal : Amlan Chakrabarti, Asok Kumar Mukhopadhyay, “Microsecond Timekeeping to improve Power System Control & Operation”, AMSE journal, Advances in Modelling : Automatic Control (Theory and Applications) Volume 66, Issue 2, Year 2011 (published in October, 2012) Dipu Sarkar, Sanjay Goswami, Abhinandan De , Chandan Kumar Chanda,” ANN Based Voltage Stability Improvement Using Power Network Reconfiguration” IJRTE(International Journal on Recent trends in Engineering),Vol-3,No-3, Pp , Academic Publisher, Finland, ISSN: (Published) Dipu Sarkar, Abhinandan De and Chadan Kumar Chanda, A.K.Mukhopahyay “Development of Optimized Reconfigured Radial Power Network for improvement of Voltage Stability margin in an Interconnected System”, Journal of Electrical Engineering, Polytechnica Publishing house, Romania ISSN: Dipu Sarkar, Abhinandan De and Chadan Kumar Chanda, A.K.Mukhopahyay, Sanjoy Goswami “Improvement of Voltage Stability Margin in a Reconfigured Radial Power Network using Graph Theory”, Journal of Electrical Engineering & Technology, Korean Institute of Electrical Engineers ISSN : (Print) / (online) Dipu Sarkar , Abhinandan De , Chandan Kumar Chanda, Sanjay Goswami “Genetic Algorithm based on line Power Network Reconfiguration for Voltage Stability Improvement” IJEST (International Journal of Engineering Science & Technology ), Vol-3, Issue-9, September 2010, pp , ISSN: Dipu Sarkar , Abhinandan De , Chandan Kumar Chanda “ANN based Online Voltage Stability Monitoring for Distribution feeder Reconfiguration International journal of Electrical Engineering” ISSN ; Vol 3, Number 1(2010) pp @International publication house Dipu Sarkar, Abhinandan De and Chadan Kumar Chanda “ANN based Line Loss Estimation for Power Network Reconfiguration” Journal:IJVIPNS/IJENS Vol: 10 Issue: 05, 2010, ISSN: (Published)

9 Research Publications (Contd.)
Conference Proceedings : Debasree Saha et al “Microcontroller based Automatic Fault Identification in a Distribution System” Proceedings of International conference on Communications, Devices and Intelligent Systems (CODIS), December 28-29, 2012, Department of Electronics and Tele-communication Engineering, Jadavpur University, Kolkata,W.B, India J.N.Bera, R.Saha, N.Bhowmick(Pal) “Active and Reactive Power Measurement Using Microcontroller Based System” in the National Conference on Instrumentation & Control” NATCONIC -2011, 2011. A. K. Mukhopadhyay and Debasree Saha, A Microprocessor Based Efficient Load Management Scheme On The Basis Of Regulation Of Distribution Transformer; Proceedings of National Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Technology including Non-conventional Energy. 10th April, pp 28 – 32. Dipu Sarkar, A. De, C.K.Chanda, A. K. Mukhopadhyay. Effect of Reactive Power Loss of Transmission Line on Voltage Stability of a Reconfigured Power network. Proceedings of National Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Technology including Non-conventional Energy. 10th April, pp 19 – 23. P. Basak and A. K. Mukhopadhyay; Motion Under Gravity of Generalised Liquids Contained Between Two Parallel Planes Under Uniform Magnetic And Electric Field. Proceedings of National Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Technology including Non-conventional Energy. 10th April, 2010. D.Sarkar, A.De, C.K Chanda “Improvement of Voltage Stability in a Power Network by System Reconfiguration” Proceedings of National conference PPPPDSOC-2009, January 23-24, PEC, Punjab, India.(Published) D.Sarkar, S Banerjee, A.De, C.K Chanda “Power Network Reconfiguration for loss minimization” Proceedings of National conference NCMTEE-2009, July 11-12, HETC, Hoogly, W.B., India(Published) D.Sarkar, A.De, C.K Chanda, “ANN based Line loss Assessment for Planning and Restructuring of Power Networks” Proceedings of National conference SOFTCOM-09, July 22-24, VIT University, Vellore, India.(Published) Dipu Sarkar, Abhinandan De, Chadan Kumar Chanda, “ANN based Voltage Stability Assessment for Planning and Restructuring of Power Networks” Proceedings of EPSCICON 2010 (International conference on Power,Signal,Control and Computation)Jan’03-06,2010, VIDYA ACADEMY OF SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY, THALAKOTTUKARA P.O., THRISSUR , KERALA, INDIA India.(Published). Dipu Sarkar, Abhinandan De, Chandan Kumar Chanda and Sanjay Goswami,” Voltage Stability Improvement Through Power Networks Reconfiguration using GA” Proceedings of ICAECT 2010(International conference on Advances in Energy Conversion Technologies )Jan’07-10,2010 Manipal Institute of Technology, Manipal—576104, India (Published) Dipu Sarkar, Abhinandan De and Chadan Kumar Chanda, A.K.Mukhopahyay “Effect of Reactive Power loss of Transmission line on Voltage Stability of a Reconfigured Power Network” Proceedings of National conference RTETNE-2010, April-10,2010,IMPS college of Engineering, Malda, W.B, India (Published) Debasree Saha et al “ A MICROPROCESSOR BASED EFFICIENT LOAD MANAGEMENT SCHEME ON THE BASIS OF REGULATION OF DISTRIBUTION TRANSFORMER” Proceedings of National conference RTETNE-2010, April-10,2010,IMPS college of Engineering,Malda,W.B, India

10 Books Published Nisit Kumar De, Swapan Kumar Dutta, “ELECTRIC MACHINES AND ELECTRIC DRIVES – PROBLEMS WITH SOLUTIONS”, November 2011, PHI Learning Private Limited MATHEMATICAL METHODS FOR ENGINEERS AND PHYSISISTS, A. K. Mukhopadhyay (For under graduate and Post graduate students of Science and Engineering), Published by I. K. International, New Delhi., Third Edition 2010(No. of Pages 1028) AN INTRODUCTION TO REACTIVE POWER CONTROL AND VOLTAGE STABILITY IN POWER TRANSMISSION SYSTEM (A. Chakrabarti, D. P. Kothari, A. K. Mukhopadhyay, A. De) Published by PHI Learning Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, 2010 Dipu Mistry & Binoy Krishna Biswas “Electrical Engineering Materals”, Vikas Publishing House. Pvt Ltd, 2010, ISBN: Amlan Chakrabarti, “Energy Engineering and Management”, ISBN: , PHI Learning Pvt Ltd, 2011, pp

11 Professional Activities
1. Seminar Organized : Industry Seminar on Power Distribution & Storage. Power System Operation, Control and Planning Micro Hydel Power Plants Electrical Energy Future and Planning Power System Reliability Wind Power Technologies Application of Solar Energy in India 2. Organization of paper contests, design contests etc. among the students. 3. Publication of Technical Magazines, Newsletters etc. 4. Student Publications which fetched awards in events / conferences organized by other institutes. 5. Entrepreneurship initiatives, product designs, innovations among the students.

12 Distinguished Alumni Saquib Akmal Khan (2007 passout) - Secured position within first ten students as per DGPA in the University (WBUT). Currently pursuing higher studies at Virginia Tech University, USA. Atreyee Kundu (2009 passout) – Qualified in GATE 2009 to complete her ME at BESU. Currently pursuing PhD at IIT Bombay. Sandip Patel (2011 passout) – Secured 775 marks and 125th rank in GATE Currently employed at Indian Oil Corporation Ltd.

13 Industry Interaction Industrial Visits
Visit at CESC Budge Budge Thermal Power Plant by Students and Faculty on 6th and 7th September, 2012. Visit at TSR Enterprise (Substation Control Panels) by Students and Faculty on 13th April, 2013. Visit at Power Control Nigam (Transformer manufacturing) by Students and Faculty on 20th April, 2013. Mock Assessment Online Pre-Assessment Test of Soft Skills for 3rd year EE students on 24th and 26th December, 2012. Online Post-Assessment Test of Soft Skills for 3rd year EE students on 9th March, 2013.

14 Industry Interaction (Contd.)
Expert Lectures “Current Technology practices in Power Distribution” by Mr. Rupankar Shome, Additional Chief Engineer, Distribution-HQ, WBSEDCL on January 21, 2013. “Purulia Pump Storage Project – Civil Engineering Part” by Mr. Surajit Chakraborty, Additional Chief Engineer, WBSEDCL on January 21, 2013. “Purulia Pump Storage Project – Electrical Part” by Mr. Brata Narayan Sarkar, Adviser (Electrical), WBSEDCL on January 21, 2013. “Intellectual Property Rights and its relevance to the technology world” by Prof. Sandip Ghosh, IISWBM on April 8, 2013. “Green Building – A new Approach” by Prof. Piyali Sengupta, IISWBM on April 8, 2013. “Project Management” by Mr. Arun Lal, Certified Project Management Professional (PMP) on May 6, 2013.

15 List of Faculty Members
Name of the Faculty Qualification Designation Amlan Chakrabarti B.Tech(EE) & M.Tech(IE & OR), IIT Kharagpur Professor and HOD Tarak Nath Saha BE(EE), ME(EE), JU; PhD (Electrical Machines), University of Manchester Professor Nisit Kr. De BE(EE), ME(EE), BESU; PhD (Electrical Machines), IIT Kharagpur Dipu Sarkar B.Tech(EE), Kalyani University; M.Tech(EE), CU Assistant Professor Debasree Saha B.Tech(EE) & M.Tech(Power System), Tripura University Rumpa Saha B.Tech(EE), WBUT; M.Tech (EE), CU Dipu Mistry B.Tech(EE), WBUT; ME (Material Science), JU Kamalika Banerjee B.Tech(EE), WBUT; M.Tech (EE), CU Arkendu Mitra Subhendu Banerjee B.Tech(EE), WBUT; ME (EE), BESU Sudhangshu Sarkar B.Tech(EE) & M.Tech (EE), WBUT Bipul Krishna Saha Paramita Saha Subhra Mukherjee Sushovan Goswami Priyanjali Mukherjee B.Tech(EEE) & M.Tech (C&I), WBUT Priyanka Laha B.Tech(ECE), WBUT; M.Tech (ECE), IIT Roorkee Pratyusha Biswas Deb

16 Course Curriculum Year Semester 1st Year 1st Semester 2nd Semester
2nd Year 3rd Semester 4th Semester 3rd Year 5th Semester 6th Semester 4th Year 7th Semester 8th Semester

17 Total Sessional Credit Total Credit for 1st Semester
1st Year 1st Semester Sl. No. Code Subject Credit Points 1 HU/T/101 Professional English Communication 2 M/T/101 Engineering Mathematics-I 4 3 PH/T/101 Physics I EE/T/101 Basic Electrical Engineering 5 CH/T/101 Chemistry I 6 ME/T/101 Engineering Mechanics Total Theory Credit 22 7 PH/S/191 Physics Lab CH/S/101 9 ME/S/191 Basic Engineering Drawing 10 EE/S/191 Basic Electrical Engineering Lab Total Sessional Credit 8 Total Credit for 1st Semester 30

18 Total Sessional Credit Total Credit for 2nd Semester
 1st Year 2nd Semester Sl. No. Code Subject Credit Points 1 M/T/201 Engineering Mathematics-II 4 3 EC/T/201 Basic Electronics Engineering C/T/201 Computer Language 5 ME/T/201 Fluid Mechanics & Thermodynamics 6 CH/T/201 Basic Environment Science & Ecology 7 ME/T/202 Strength of Materials Total Theory Credit 21 8 EC/S/291 Basic Electronics Engineering Lab 2 9 C/S/291 Computer Language Lab 10  HU/S/281 Language Lab 11 ME/S/291 Workshop Practice Total Sessional Credit Total Credit for 2nd Semester 29

19 Total Sessional Credit Total Credit for 3rd Semester
2nd Year 3rd Semester Sl. No. Code Subject Credit Points 1 M/T/301 Engineering Mathematics-III 4 2 EE/T/301 Analog Electronics 3 EE/T/302 Circuit Theory & Network EE/T/303 Field Theory 5 HU/T/301 Technical Report Writing 6 PH/T/301 Physics II Total Theory Credit 20 7 EE/S/391 Circuit Theory Lab 8 EC/S/391 Analog Electronics Lab 9 PH/S/391 Physics II Lab 10 EE/S/392 Electrical Workshop Total Sessional Credit Total Credit for 3rd Semester 28

20 Total Sessional Credit Total Credit for 4th Semester
2nd Year 4th Semester Sl. No. Code Subject Credit Points 1 EE/T/401 Electrical Machine-I 4 2 EC/T/401 Digital Electronics 3 HU/T/401 Value and Ethics EE/T/403 Electrical Measurement 5 ME/T/403 Power Plant Engineering 6 M/T/401 Numerical Methods Total Theory Credit 19 7 EE/S/491 Electrical Machine Lab-I 8 EE/S/492 Digital Electronics Lab 9 EE/S/493 Numerical Methods Lab 10 EE/S/494 Electrical Measurement Lab 11 ME/S/495 Power Plant Lab Total Sessional Credit Total Credit for 4th Semester 29

21 Total Sessional Credit Total Credit for 5th Semester
3rd Year 5th Semester Sl. No. Code Subject Credit Points 1 EE/T/501 Electrical Machine- II 4 2 EE/T/503 Control System- I 3 EE/T/502 Power System Analysis I HU/T/501 Economics For Engineers 5 EE/FE/T/504 Data Structure /Microprocessor and Microcontroller Total Theory Credit 17 6 EE/S/591 Electrical Machines Lab - II 7 EE/S/593 Control Systems Lab - I 8 EE/S/592 Power System Lab 9 EE/FE/S/594 Microprocessor & Controller Lab/Data structure 10 EE/S/595 Machine Design Lab Total Sessional Credit Total Credit for 5th Semester 27

22 Total Sessional Credit Total Credit for 6th Semester
3rd Year 6th Semester Sl. No. Code Subject Credit Points 1 EE/T/601 Control System - II 4 2 EE/T/602 Power System Analysis – II 3 EE/T/604 Power Electronics EE/PE/T/606 Digital signal processing/Communication Engg. 5 EE/FE/T/607 DBMS/Embeded System/Object oriented Progrramming and JAVA 6 HU - 601 Priciple of Management Total Theory Credit 20 7 EE/S/692 Power System Lab -II 8 EE/S/691 Control System Lab - II 9 EE/S/694 Power Electronics Lab 10 EE/S/695 Seminar on Assigned Topics Total Sessional Credit Total Credit for 6th Semester 28

23 Total Sessional Credit Total Credit for 7th Semester
4th Year 7th Semester Sl. No. Code Subject Credit Points 1 EE/PE/T/703 Advanced Power System/Advanced Electrical Machines/Advanced Control System 3 2 EE/PE/T/704 Non conventional Energy sources/SCADA and PLC EE/T/701 Electric Drives 4 EE/FE/T/704 Computer Networking/Software Engineering/System Programming and Real time System 5 EE/T/702 Utilization of Electric Power Total Theory Credit 13 6 EE/S/791 Electric Drives Lab 7 EE/S/792 Electrical Design Lab I 8 EE/S/793 Project 9 EE/FE/S/794 Computer Networking/Soft ware Enggneering/System programming and Real time System 10 EE/S/795 Training Total Sessional Credit 12 Total Credit for 7th Semester 25

24 Total Sessional Credit Total Credit for 8th Semester
4th Year 8th Semester Sl. No. Code Subject Credit Points 1 EE/PE/T/801 Energy Engineering, Management & Audit/Advanced Electric Machines/Advaced Control System 3 2 HU-801 Organizational Behaviour EE/PE/T/802 Power plant Instrumentation/Sensors transducer and process control Total Theory Credit 8 4 EE/S/891 Project 6 5 EE/S/892 Electrical Design Lab II EE/S/893 Grand Viva Voice Total Sessional Credit 13 Total Credit for 8th Semester 21

25 Curriculum Beyond Syllabus
Course Additional content to bridge Curriculum gaps Microprocessor & Microcontrollers Use of Microcontrollers with for control of stepper motors. DBMS Use of DBMS in Power System Studies Vocational Training Visit to Power Industry and Organizing of Industry Seminars. Mock Interview Group Discussion Mock interviews and industry personnel in the board. Advanced Communication & Leadership Program To improve communication and leadership skills Pedagogy of Electrical Engineers’ job opportunities and interview skills To improve skills to secure entry in electrical industry.

26 Students Projects Academic Year 2012-2013 Academic Year 2011-2012

27 Study and analysis of different type of inverters.
Speed Control of three-phase Induction Motor by changing of Supply Voltage. Energy Audit for Narula Institute of Technology Campus. A study of various types of Lamps for identification of Potential Area of Energy Conservation. Study of different parameter of a power network at different contingency condition. Stepper Motor Control Using Microcontroller. Simulated study of a commutatorless DC motor drive. PWM Inverter based V/F control of Induction Motor. Implementation of B Co-efficient Calculation Using Matlab. Microprocessor based phase difference and Power factor monitoring unit.

28 EXCEL based design calculation of a three-phase induction motor and preparation of final data sheet and to study the performance of the motor. Design and fabrication of a PC based Level Indicating Controller using inductive type transducer and a Signal Processing Unit. Simulation, Design and Analysis of a Buck-Boost Converter. A model project on AC transmission and distribution system. Microprocessor based IDMT Relay. Reactive Power compensation in a power system network with the help of FACTS device. Radial network configuration from an interconnected system at voltage stability margin. Microcontroller based Digital Voltage measuring scheme.

29 Efficient Load Management of a Single Phase Transformer with 8085 Microprocessor using Trafo Regulation Value. Speed Control of DC Series Motor using Microprocessor. Phase and Fault Identifier. Solar Tracker. Real Time Monitoring of Electrical Machines Using Microcontroller. Design of 200W, 48V Single Phase Capacitor Start Capacitor Run Induction Motor.


















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