Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was established in the year 2009 with a sanctioned intake of 60. The department is housed in a separate 3 storied building with all infrastructure facilities like Aerated Spacious Class Rooms, Staff Rooms, Department Office, Girls Rest Room, etc.

PROGRAM

UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE

DURATION

4 YEARS

LANGUAGE

ENGLISH

Vision

    • To upgrade our department into a self-sustained and advanced level technological department.
    • To upgrade our department as a research centre.
    • To produce disciplined well-equipped students to meet any challenges of tomorrow expectations.

Mission

    • To impart Quality Education among the rural based youths and to offer higher level training that encompasses both theory and practices with human and social values.

    • To equip the students to face tomorrow’s technology embedded global changes.

PROGRAMME EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs)

    • PEO:1 Lead a professional career by acquiring the basic knowledge in the field of specialization and allied Engineering.

    • PEO:2 Assess the real life problems and deal with them confidently relevance to the society.

    • PEO:3 Engage in lifelong learning by pursuing higher studies and participating in professional organizations.

    • PEO:4 Exhibit interpersonal skills and able to work as a team for success.

PROGRAMME OUTCOMES (POs)

    • 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..

PROGRAMME SPECIFIC OUTCOMES (PSOs)

    • PSO:1 Skilled to analyze, design and test various electrical and electronic circuits, control system, instrumentation system, computer systems, microprocessor and microcontroller based systems.

    • PSO:2 Exhibit knowledge and hands-on competence in the application of Electrical machines and power electronic based drives system.

    • PSO:3 Design and investigate problems in power system network along with protection schemes and effective utilization of electrical energy.

    • PSO:4 Develop a project management tool for solving complex electrical/electronic problems by applying the knowledge of basic sciences, mathematics and engineering fundamentals.

CONTACTS

    Dept. of EEE,
    PSRR College of Engineering
    Sevalpatti, Sivakasi – 626 140,
    Virudhunagar District,
    Tamil Nadu, India.
    Email : eeeonline@psrr.edu.in

Faculty Members

The faculty in the department is a rich blend of personnel with industrial and professional experience. The dedicated staff members have sound knowledge in emerging areas. Most faculty members are accomplished postgraduates with considerable research and academic experience. The breadth and depth of research interests of the academic staff ensures a high standard lecture courses and provide excellent opportunities for challenging and stimulating final year projects. Individual lecturers supplement their delivery using blackboards, overhead projectors and video projection.

FACULTYQUALIFICATIONDESIGNATIONE-MAIL
Dr.E.Sakthivel M.E., Ph.D.Professor sakthivel@psrr.edu.in
Mrs.S.Saranya M.E.Associate Professor saranya@psrr.edu.in
Mr.S.Gunasekaran M.E.Assistant Professor gunasekaran@psrr.edu.in
Mr.R.Thangapandian M.E.Assistant Professor thangapandian@psrr.edu.in
Mrs.K.Gengadevi M.E., pursuing Ph.D.Assistant Professor gengadevi@psrr.edu.in
Ms. S. ShenbagaramalakshmiM.E.Assistant Professorshenbaeee@psrr.edu.in
Ms. R.RagaviM.E.,Assistant Professorragavi@psrr.edu.in

NON TEACHING FACULTY MEMBERS

NAME QUALIFICATION DESIGNATION
Mrs. ChitraB.Sc LAB. TECHNICIAN
Ms. R. RagaviM.ESYSTEM ADMIN

Laboratory

The Department laboratories are equipped with Modern computers & Equipment.

  • Electrical Machines Laboratory
  • Control and Instrumentation Laboratory
  • Power Electronics and Drives Laboratory
  • Power System Simulation Laboratory
  • Electric Circuits Laboratory
  • Engineering Practices Laboratory

ELECTRICAL MACHINES LABORATORY

This Laboratory is established over a large carpet area of about 330 Sq.m. having D.C. machines, A.C. machines, Transformers, Rectifiers, Special machines, Various loads, Models worth about 17 Lakhs. Electrical Machines – I, Electrical Machines – II Lab classes are conducted in Electrical Machines Laboratory, also ECE and Mechanical Engineering Machines Lab classes can also be conducted in this Lab.

Control and Instrumentation Laboratory

The Laboratory is occupying an area of about 198 Sq.m. and CRO, Trainer Kits, machines, latest equipments along with other accessories worth about 10 Lakhs are available. Measurements and Instrumentation Lab, Control System Laboratory, Linear Integrated Circuits Lab, Electrical Engineering Lab, etc. are conducted in this Lab.

Power Electronics and Drives Laboratory

This Laboratory is sprawled over an area of about 169 Sq.m. and various equipments like DSO, CRO, AFO, Trainer Kits and other accessories worth about 10 Lakhs are available for the usage of students. Electron Devices Lab, Electronic Circuits Lab, Power Electronics Lab, Renewable Energy System Lab are conducted in this Lab.

Electric Circuits Laboratory

The objective of the Electrical Circuits lab is to expose the students to the electrical circuits and give them experimental skill. The purpose of lab experiment is to continue to build circuit construction skills using different circuit element. It also aims to introduce MATLAB a circuit simulation software tool. It enables the students to gain sufficient knowledge on the programming and simulation of Electrical circuits.

Engineering Practices Laboratory

This Lab gives the basic knowledge for the various engineering products. It explains the construction, function and use and application of different working tools and machines. The contents include exposure to bench work and fitting, wood working, casting, welding and machine shop practices. The benches are built up the basic idea about electrical and electronics wiring connection and working principle.

Power System Simulation Laboratory

Power System Simulation Laboratory helps the students, faculty and researchers to implement the advanced techniques in power systems such as phenomena for simulation; simulation techniques; role of physical models; system size needed; transmission modeling techniques; transformer modeling techniques; machine modeling techniques; protection, and control. Intranet provision for all conference papers, model aptitude tests, technical advancements etc is provided to the students. Internet connectivity provided for all students and staff.

DEPARTMENT LIBRARY

  • Number of Titles available : 244
  • Number of Volumes available : 122
  • NPTEL E-Books Download here: NPTEL E-BOOK

Events

The college organizes events with many purposes in intention. Some of the significant events were on support on employment workshops, entertainment, academic studios, international and socio-cultural activities, etc. The objective is to create a multicultural and international understanding among the students and staff.

Department Events

Live webinar on “Microsoft Azure Data Service” on 17.04.2021

National level Conference “NCIREST – 19” on MARCH 7th, 2019

Workshop on "Electronic devices and circuits" on 04.02.2019

EEE Department ASSOCIATION INAGURATION on 27TH July, 2018

National level technical symposium “SPARKE3 – 18” on FEBRUARY 27th, 2018

Guest lecture on "Industrial Automation" on 26.12.17

Syllabus

Academic study is a collaborative educational process where the students and staff are communicating to ensure speculative and career goals. Both the parties are making their part to a greater extent to reach success.

ACADEMIC REGULATIONS & SYLLABUS

JOURNALS

    • K. Gengadevi, Dr. R. Madavan, “Aging assessment of transformer solid insulation: A review”, Materials Today: Proceedings, 19 April 2021.
    • K. Gengadevi, Dr. M. Ravindran, M. A. Perumal, “Biological treatment of palm oil with antioxidants for energy efficient operations of Transformer”, Biomedical research, August 18, 2016.
    • K. Gengadevi, Dr. M. Ravindran, S. Senthil Kumar, “Analysis of critical parameters of Vegetable oil as alternate dielectric fluid to mineral oil”, conference paper published on IEEE Xplore on 2016.
    • K.Gengadevi attended Workshop on “Instructional Design and Delivery System ” on 2018, NITTTR, Chennai
    • K.Gengadevi attended STTP on “Smart grid and Distributed generation technologies” at Mepco Schlenk Engg. College, Sivakasi., 2019.
    • Mr.R.Thangapandian, R.Yamuna “OPF for Reducing Transmission line Active Power Loss using BAT Algorithm with FACTS Devices” International Journal of Emerging Technology in Computer Science and Electronics, Volume 22 Issue 2, May 2016.
    • Mr.R.Thangapandian, V.Saranya “An Optimization Technique based Electrical Appliance Scheduling for Smart Home Applications” International Conference on Trending Technologies in Engineering Research, 15th March 2019.
    • Mr.R.Thangapandian, M.Jothi, C.Mahalakshmi, C.Selva petchiammal “Design of Isolated DC-DC Converter for low voltage input DC source” International Journal of Science and Engineering Development Research Volume 6,Issue 5, May 2021.
    • Ms. S.Shenbagaramalakshmi and Dr.K.Punitha Published “Soft Computing Technique Based MPPT Algorithms for Photovoltaic System” Paper in “International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering”, Volume 6, Special Issue 1, March 2017
    • Ms. S.Shenbagaramalakshmi and Dr.K.Punitha Published “Electric Spring for Future Smart Grid” Paper in “Journal of Electrical and Power System Engineering”, Volume 3, Issue 2, July 2017
    • G.Iswaryalakshmi and Ms. S.Shenbagaramalakshmi and PG Scholar published “Bounds for Optimal control of a Regional Plug-in EV Charging Station” International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical and Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering Vol 7, Issue No 11, November 2018
    • A.Lakshmi Praba and Ms. S.Shenbagaramalakshmi “Neuro Fuzzy Based Fuel Cell Model on Grid Connected Power Generation System” International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical and Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering volume 8, Issue 11,November 2019
    • Ms. S.Shenbagaramalakshmi , I.Devikala, R.Latha ,”GSM based Self Healing Monitoring Grid in Distribution System using Arduino Nano Microcontroller”, International Journal of Science and Engineering Development Research Volume 6,Issue 5, May 2021.
    • Ms. S.Shenbagaramalakshmi, S.Kalarani, S.Mohana “Dual Compensation for Photovoltaic Fed Unified Power Quality Conditioner with Volterra Filter”,International Research Journal of Engineering and Technology, Volume 8,Issue 4, S.No 754,April 2021
    • Ms. S.Shenbagaramalakshmi Presented paper on “Design and Analysis of Simulated Annealing Based MPPT Algorithms For Photovoltaic Systems” in IEEE Sponsored International Conference “ICET 2016” organized by Department of Electrical and Communication Engineering, Karpagam College of Engineering, Coimbatore
    • Ms. S.Shenbagaramalakshmi Presented paper on “Electric Spring for Future Smart Grid” in I-SEC-International Conference on Emerging Trends in Engineering and Technology-2017 organized by Shanmuganathan Engineering College,Arasampatti
    • Ms. S.Shenbagaramalakshmi participated and successfully completed the Five days online FDP on the theme “ Inculcating Universal Human Values in Technical Education “organized by All India Council for Technical Education from 25th October to 29th October 2021.
    • Ms. S.Shenbagaramalakshmi attended Workshop on “Instructional Design and Delivery System ” on 2018, NITTTR, Chennai.
    • Ms. S.Shenbagaramalakshmi AP/EEE and Mrs.G.Sathya AP/ECE Entrepreneurship Development Cell organized the One Day webinar on “Awareness on MSME Entrepreneurship & Innovation ” on 7th May,2021.

Students Activities:

S.No NAME TITLE OF THE PROGRAM TYPE OF THE PROGRAM DATE ORGANISED BY
1 K.KOUSHIKA EMBEDDED WITH IOT APP DEVELOPMENT INPLANT TRAINING 24-12-19 to 28-12-19 UNIQ Technologies,Chennai.
2 N.BHAVANI
S.MATHINAYAGI
P.GOPIKA
R.SINDUJA
ELECTRIC POWER SYSTEMS ONLINE CERTIFICATE COURSE LEARNING 15-05-2020 COURSERA- UNIVERSITY AT BUFFALO AND STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEWYORK
3 N.BHAVANI ROBOTICS APP DEVELOPMENT INPLANT TRAINING 22-12-19 to 26-12-19 UNIQ Technologies,Chennai.
4 S.MATHINAYAGI ROBOTICS APP DEVELOPMENT INPLANT TRAINING 22-12-19 to 26-12-19 UNIQ Technologies,Chennai.
5 P.GOPIKA ROBOTICS APP DEVELOPMENT INPLANT TRAINING 22-12-19 to 26-12-19 UNIQ Technologies, Chennai.
6 S.MATHINAYAGI DEBATE SYMPOSIUM 30-08-19 to 31-08-19 MEPCO SHLENK ENGINEERING COLLEGE,SIVAKSI.
7 R.SINDUJA DEBATE SYMPOSIUM 30-08-19 to 31-08-19 MEPCO SHLENK ENGINEERING COLLEGE,SIVAKSI
8 S.MOHANA,
A.JANAGI,
M.PRIYADHARSHINI,
S.KALARANI,
T.ABIGOWSALYA,
ARDUINO PROGRAMMING HARDWARE STATE LEVEL TECHNICAL SYMPOSIUM 31-08-19 RAMCO INSTITUE OF TECHNOLOGY,RAJAPALAYAM
9 C.MAHALAKSHMI,
T.ABI GOWSALYA
APPRECIATION CERTIFICATE WOMEN’S DAY CELEBRATION 08-03-20 TAMIL LITERATURE CLUB,KOVILPATTI
10 T.ASHA RAKSHANA,
G.SEETHALAKSHMI,
S.RATHIDEVI
M.GAYATHRI
A.AASHIKA
S.PRIYA
G.ABINAYA
POWER ELECTRONIC CONVERTER FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY SYSTEMS Short Term Training Programme 12-06-19 to 14-06-19 KALASALINGAM ACADEMY OF RESEARCH AND EDUCATION
11 I.DEVIKALA CIRCUIT WIZARD, ARDUINO, MATLAB IN-PLANT TRAINING 17-06-19 to 21-06-19 ICONIX SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS,TIRUNELVELI.
12 R. LATHA ENTREPRENEURSHIP DEVELOPMENT E-CELL WORKSHOP 13/07/2018&17/07/2018 ANNAUNIVERSITY, TIRUNELVELI.
13 T.ASHA RAKSHANA AGRICULTURE IN ROBOTICS SYMPOSIUM 18.9.2018 V.V COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING
M. GAYATHIRI
R. PALSELVAM
14 A. AASHIKA PAPER MANUFACTURING INPLANT TRAINING 21.6.18 – 23.6.18 SRI HARI VENKATESWARA PAPER INDUSTRY, KEELANMARAINADU
G. ABINAYA
A. MAHALAKSHMI SELVA SANKAR
15 A. AASHIKA RENEWABLE SOURCE OF ENERGY SYMPOSIUM 25.1.2019 P.S.R ENGINEERING COLLEGE,SIVAKASI
A. MAHALAKSHMI SELVA SANKAR
16 A.VIJAYA SIVA SANKARI POWER ELECTRONIC CONVERTER AND PSIM WORKSHOP 16.8.18-17.8.18 AAA ENGINEERING COLLEGE, VIRUDHUNAGAR
P.PARVATHY
P.KARTHIGAI SELVI
S.SINDHU
M.ISHWARYA
M.INDUJA
17 T.SARANYA ARDUINO WORKSHOP 1.9.18 RAMCO ENGINEERING COLLEGE, RAJAPALAYAM
J.SOURNA LAKSHMI
S.JOTHILAKSHMI
S.VIJAYARANI
K.KAVITHA
S.SINDU
18 Allirani M SOLAR ENERGY SYSTEM DESIGN AND INSTALLATION WORKSHOP 12.2.2019 – 13.2.2019 WOMENT EMPOWERMENT CELL, PSRR COLLGE OF ENGINEERING FOR WOMEN
Anitha V
Anupriya S
Divya M
Gengalakshmi S
Indhuja M
Ishwarya M
S.Jothilakshmi
Karthigaiselvi P
Kavitha K
Malligadevi S
Parvathy P
Rishika J
Saranya T
Selva Biruntha S
Sindhu S
Sourna Lakshmi J
Vidhya S
Vijayarani S
Vijaya sivasankari A
Malarvizhi M