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ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

About The Department

Intake of the Department = 60

The department provides its graduates with the theoretical and practical competences in the field of electrical engineering, by means of developing the technical and informatics skills. The department’s primary mission is to train students in acquiring high skills and competences in the field of Electrical Engineering as a whole, as well as in imparting theoretical and applied knowledge at the highest level.

Vision

To impart quality education broadening their knowledge horizon on technical and managerial domains, ensuring competency and excelling in national and international forums with Electrical and Electronics Engineering concepts.

Mission

  • M1: Persistently strive to achieve desired stature in engineering education with research and development in the domain of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
  • M2: To equip the students with technical skill supporting student’s growth as professional engineers, researchers, scientists and academicians with societal ethics.
  • M3: To provide supportive environment to nurture the creative and entrepreneurial culture amongst the pupil.
  • M4: To inculcate the research orientation and platform for departmental fraternity
  • M5: To establish an innovation centre to achieve research and academic excellence.

Program Educational Objectives (PEO's):

  • PEO1:Graduates will have the ability and be confident to work in diverse professional fields of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
  • PEO2:Graduates will have commitment and awareness regarding ethical and social responsibilities.
  • PEO3:Graduates will have the urge to pursue higher education, research, innovation and will be engaged in lifelong learning processes.

Program Outcomes (PO’s) based on NBA graduate attributes :

  • PO 1:Engineering Knowledge:Apply knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • PO 2:Problem Analysis:Identify, formulate, 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 specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations.
  • PO 4:Conduct investigations of complex problems:using research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of 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 contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to professional engineering practice.
  • PO 7:Environment and Sustainability:Understand the impact of professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
  • PO 8:Ethics:Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
  • PO 9:Individual and Team Work:Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary 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 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.

About The Course :

  • Electrical engineering graduates are known for their strong analytical and problem solving skills.
  • The students of this course can excel as Professionals in Power Systems Engineering, or related areas, by building upon the design and problem-solving skills acquired through their studies
  • Develop and implement innovative solutions in technical fields such as energy systems, electronics engineering, VLSI & embedded systems, artificial intelligence, MEMS, nanotechnology
  • Pursue post-graduate learning opportunities including advancement studies, professional training, or engineering licensure

Distribution of UG Course

Infrastructure

HOD RoomDepartment Office
Laboratories:
Lab – 1 : Electronics Lab/LICA LAB/Power Electronics Lab No.
Lab -1 Odd Semester - Name of Subject:
Electronics Lab
Major Equipments:
Name of the Equipment’s
Function generator
DC-Regulated power supply, 30V, 2A
Decade resistance box
Decade capacitance box
Decade inductance box
Transformer (12V-0-12V), Shell type
Spring board
Multimeter
CRO ,30MHz ,
Transformer (6V-0-6V), Shell type
Connecting wires (single strand)
Diodes ,Capacitors ,Transistors ,Inductors ,Resistors ,
Digital IC trainer Kit
A and D IC tester
Patch Cords
IC7486,7432,7408,7404,7400,7402,7447,7483,7485,74147,7495,7420,7490,74153,7410,7476,74139,74192,74193

Even Semester –
Name of Subject-LICA lab
Major Equipments:
IC 741
Resistors
Capacitors
Dual channel Power oscilloscope
Signal Generator(3MHz)
Dual Channel 4 trace oscilloscope
Dual Power Supply(0-30V)
(0-2A)
Digital Multimeter
Single Power Supply(0-30V,0-2A)
 
Even Semester –
Name of Subject-Power Electronics lab
Major Equipments:
SCR-Characteristics- Module
MOSFET-Characteristics-Module
SCR turn ON using UJT re-oscillator
SCR Digital triggered 1-Ph AC Voltage controller.
1-Ph controlled FWR with R & R-L load
a)1-Ph converter firing circuit.
b)Micro controller based.
c)1-Ph Half & Full controlled converter power circuit (230V , 5A )
AC voltage control using DIAC & TRIAC
Speed control of DC-motor using IGBT, MOSFET- Chopper
Speed control of DC-motor semi convertor.
i)Speed control unit.
ii)0.5Hp, 220V, 1500 rpm DC-motor.
Speed control of stepper motor.
Speed control of Universal motor
using AC voltage firing ckt.
MOSFET, IGBT based 1-Ph Full bridge
Inverter connected to R-Load.
Study of commutation using LC-ckt
1-Ph transformer with tapping at
0-230V , 5A
R-Load rheostat 150 Ohm , 5A
Loading inductor with tapping
(0-150mH / 5A )
DC shunt motor
0.5 Hp, 220V , 1500 rpm
Digital tachometer
DC shunt motor
0.5 Hp ,220V ,1500rpm
Digital Tachometer
1-Ph Transformer (220V)
Universal motor (0.5Hp)
Digital Tachometer
Regulated DC supply (30V ,2A )
Rheostat 100 Ohms ,2A
LCR- meter
APLAB 20MHz, Dual channel power
oscilloscope.
APLAB 30MHz, Dual channel ,
4-trace oscilloscope.
Digital Multimeter
Lab – 2 : Machines Laboratory/ No.
Lab -1
Odd Semester -
Name of Subject:AC machines Lab
Name of the Equipments
AC- Voltmeter (0- 150/300/600V)
AC- Voltmeter (0 -30V /60V)
DC- Voltmeter (300V)
AC- Voltmeter (300V)
AC- Ammeter (0 -10/20A)
AC- Ammeter (0- 1/2A)
AC- Ammeter (0 -10A)
DC- Ammeter (0 -10 /20A)
DC- Ammeter (0- 1A/2A)
Wattmeter (150V/300V/600V ,1/2A)
Wattmeter (30V ,10/20A )
Wattmeter (0-3000W ,300/600V, 10/20A)
Wattmeter (0-300/600V ,10/20A )
Wattmeter (300V/600V ,10A/20A )
(Reversible switch )
Wattmeter (300V/600V ,10A/20A )
(Reversible switch )
1-Ph transformer,
( 230V/230V, 2KVA
with tappings(0- 50%, 86.6% ,100% )
1-Ph transformer,
( 230V/230V, 3KVA
with tappings(0- 50%, 86.6% ,100% )
Rheostatic load bank
2 KW
3KW
DPST switch
DPDT
3-Ph- Induction motor (ABB)
5Hp ,415 v ,1500 rpm ,8-10A
with mechanical loading facility
Control panel
3-Ph- Induction motor (KIRLOSKAR )
5Hp ,415 v ,1500 rpm ,8-10A
with mechanical loading facility.
Control panel
3-Ph- Induction motor (KIRLOSKAR )
5Hp ,415 v ,1500 rpm ,8-10A &
DC motor ( 5Hp ,230V ,1500 rpm)
Control panel
1-Ph Induction motor, (CG)
5Hp ,220V, 1500rpm, 8/10A
Capacitor start ,with Mechanical loading
Control panel
AC distribution main panel board.
3-Ph ,Auto transformer (AE made)
415V/0-470V, 10A with trolley.
Function generator (2MHz)
Digital tachometer
Rheostat (290 Ohms, 2.2A )
1-Ph Auto transformer (AE made), 15A
Rheostatic Load Bank. ,1 KW
1-Ph, Energy meter, 10A

Even Semester –
Name of Subject-DC Machines lab
Major Equipments:
Ammeter (0-10/20A, -AC)
Ammeter (0-1/2A ,-AC)
Voltmeter (0-300/600V,-AC)
Wattmeter (0-1500watts, 5/10A,300/600V)
Voltmeter(0-300/600V, -DC)
Voltmeter(0-75/150/300V -DC)
Ammeter(0-5/10A, -DC)
Ammeter(0-2.5/5A, -DC)
Voltmeter(0-30/60V,-DC)
TP DC supply Unit
SCR controlled rectifier module
I/P: 360-440V , 3 ph AC
O/P: 220V DC, 200A 1
DC compound motor (Kirloskar made)
(3.7KW ,220V ,1500rpm)
DC compound generator
(3.5KW ,220V ,1500rpm)
With coupling arrangement
DC shunt/compound motor (Kirloskar)
(3.5KW ,220V ,1500rpm)
With mechanical loading arrangement
DC shunt motor
(5.2KW, 220V, 1500rpm )
3-phase Alternator
(6.5KVA, 415V, 1500rpm )
With coupling arrangement
DC series motor
(3.5KW, 220V, 1500rpm )
DC series Generator
(3.5KW, 220V, 1500rpm )
With coupling arrangement
a)Panel b)Rheostats 18Ώ, 12A
c)Rheostats 290Ώ,2A
d)1-Phase resistive load-10KW
a)Panel
b)Double pole double throw switch
Panel board
Panel board
Distribution board
Lab – 3: High Voltage and Relay Laboratory/ No.
Lab -1
Odd Semester - Name of Subject:
High Voltage and Relay Lab
Major Equipments:
Numerical DIRETIONAL/NON DIRECTIONAL O C
relay Jig with ER Relay Model No: MIT 121
Electro- mechanical Over - Voltage relay Jig with OV Relay Model No: VDG11
uP based Over Current Relay Jig with
L & T make OC Relay Model No: MC12A.
uP based Over Voltage Relay Jig with L & T make OV Relay Model No: MV12.
Feeder Protection scheme- fault studies using Over load, Earth fault
uP based Motor protection Relay Jig with
L & T Motor Prot. Relay Model No: MPR 300 Including 3HP Squirrel Cage Induction Motor with Mechanical Loading arrangement and 0-470V/8A,
3 Phase, Autotransformer and accessories
50KV AC/70KV DC, 50 mA High Voltage
Generator with control panel & meters with the following accessories:
Rod gap/Sphere gap apparatus frame….1 no
Point to Point Electrodes …1 set
Point to Plate Electrodes …1 set
Square to Square Electrodes..1 set
Standard Sphere gap (62.5mm sphere) for
measurement of HV AC & HV DC ………1 set
Thermo-Hygrometer ….1 no.
Break down strength of Transformer Oil (60KV HV Oil Test Equipment with accessories)
Field mapping using Electrolytic Tank with
Coaxial cable, parallel plate jig
Lab – 4: Circuit Simulation and Measurements Lab/Control System Lab No.
Lab -1
Odd Semester
- Name of Subject: Circuit Simulation and Measurements
Major Equipments:
Kelvin double bridge with accessories
Megger
Maxwell Inductance bridge with accessories
De-Sauty's bridge with accessories
3-Ph ,resistive load (440V, 5KW)
3-Ph ,Inductive load (440V, 10A)
1-Ph Energy meter
Stop Watch
Current Transformer
IC-741
Bread boards
Regulated Power supply (30V, 2A)
DualRPS (30V ,2A ) -single
Signal generator
Wattmeter (1500W ,300/600V,5/10A) (UPF)
AC- Ammeter (0- 5/10A)
Wattmeter (150W ,300/600V, 2.5/5A) (LPF)
AC- Ammeter (0- 2.5/5A)
Phase Shift transformer, I/P-415V, O/P-415V, 2A ,
Air cooled Phase shift- 0 deg -120 deg
1-Ph Dimmerstat, I/P-220V ,O/P-270V , 15A
 
Even Semester –
Name of Subject-Control Systems lab
Major Equipments:
P, PI, PD & PID controller module
AC servo motor with necessary loading arrangement
DC servomotor with mechanical loading arrangement.
Synchro transmitter & receiver pair
Decade resistance box (5-dials)
Decade inductance box (5-dials)
Decade capacitance box(5-dials)
30MHz micro controller based dual channel Oscilloscope model-scintech 801
3MHz, micro controller based function pulse generator with 40MHz ,freq counter. Model-scientec-4061
3.5 Digit handled digital multimeter
50MHz Bandwidth,Dual channel,Digital storage Oscilloscope .Model-NVSCI 105CT
Lab – 5: Micro-Controller/Power System Simulation Lab No.
Odd Semester -
Name of Subject: Micro Controller Lab
Major Equipments:
8051 microcontroller programmer or microcontroller burner
ESA IS-DIS,
ESA IS-KBD
ESA IF-HEX KPD,
ESA IF 16ADC8,
ESA IF-TXDR ADC
ESA IF-DDAC
ESA IF-STEP ESA IF DC Motor ESA IF ELV

Name of Subject: Power System Simulation Lab Major Equipments:
Mi-Power software
Graphical User Interfaces
 Power System Network Editor,Database Manager
 Automatic Single Line Diagram Generator
 Report Generator
PowerLFA - Load Flow Analysis
 Fast-DeCoupled option
 Newton – Raphson option
 Gauss – Seidel method option
 Frequency dependent load flow
 Contingency ranking, Present Worth Computation, Real & Reactive power optimization
PowerSCS - Short-Circuit Study
 Multi-case / Multi islanding / Multi generation version,Motor contribution
PowerTRS - Transient Stability Study
 Unlimited disturbances,Motor Starting analysis
Additional Lab Facilities
Data Acquisition & Control Lab by Just Robotics, Powered by Spenroit Technologies   Bangalore. Sensors, Actuators, Arduino Boards, Rasberry Pi
Advanced Power Electronics training kits by Pragna Micro Designs Advanced Power Electronics Kits
NI academy competency development centre by NI-Labview academy based competence development centre (Institute level) Lab View Software
Class Room
Seminar/Tutorial Room:
Faculty Room

Staff Details

Teaching Faculty

Dr.B.R. Lakshmikantha

Professor & Principal

Qualification ,B.E, M.Tech, Ph.D

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Dr. K. Shanmukha Sundar

Professor

Qualification M.Tech., Ph.D.

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Govindappa R

Associate Professor

Qualification M.E; MIE

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Rashmi Pattan

Assistant Professor

Qualification BE M.Tech

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Prof. Kiran R

Assistant Professor

Qualification B.E., M.Tech., (Ph.D.)

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Rajath G R

Assistant Professor

Qualification BE M.Tech

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Dr.Rupam Bhaduri

Professor and HOD

Qualification B.E, M.Tech, Ph.D

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Gopal Chandra Sarkar

Associate professor

Qualification M.Tech

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Renukaprasad G

Associate professor

Qualification BE, M.Tech

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Manasa S

Associate professor

Qualification M.Tech (Ph.D)

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Ramya S Ranjan

Assistant Professor

Qualification M.Tech

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Prof. Monica K M

Assistant Professor

Qualification B.E, M.Tech (Ph.D)

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Achievements


MOU

  1. MoU with DSATM and (Power Research Development Corporation) PRDC, Bangalore, India
  2. MoU with Dept. of EEE,DSATM and Just Robotics Powered by Spenroit Technologies Pvt. Ltd, Bangalore, India
  3. MoU with DSATM and National Instruments Academy (Lab View) based Competence Development Center, Bangalore, India
  4. MoU with Dept. of EEE,DSATM and Venjay Automation (VA), Process Automation Solutions, SCADA & Embedded Systems, Peenya, Bangalore
  5. MoU with Dept. of EEE,DSATM and Pragna Micro designs, Bangalore
  6. MoU with Dept. of EEE,DSATM and Geeks Lab, IIT-Delhi Branch, New Delhi
  7. MoU with Dept. of EEE,DSATM and EV Solutions, Bangalore
  8. MoU with DSATM and NPTI, HLTC, Bangalore

Objectives of MOU

  • This MoU between PRDC and DSATM, Bangalore is a statement of joint interest of both partieson the “student program” on non-binding and non- obligation basis unless and otherwise specifically
  • The Parties recognize the benefits to be derived from increased Collaboration, cooperation and interaction for the further promotion and understanding of Robotics, mechatronics, Internet of Things etc. and other Hardware technological frontiers. The purpose of this MoU is to define the areas for fundamental, academic & industrial research in which the Parties desire to work together in future for their mutual benefit to foster a collaborative framework between EEE Dept, DSATM and Just Robotics/ Spenroit Technologies Pvt Ltd, Bangalore in the said fields with a view of benefiting from each other’s initiatives and working
  • The Parties recognize the benefits to be derived from increased Collaboration, cooperation and interaction for the further promotion and understanding of Industrial Process Automation/PLC/SCADA/DCS/Drives etc. and other hardware related technological frontiers.The purpose of this MoU is to define the areas for fundamental, academic & industrial research in which the Parties desire to work together in future for their mutual benefit to foster a collaborative framework between EEE Dept, DSATM and Venjay Automation(VA) in the said fields with a view of benefiting from each other’s initiatives and working
  • The Parties recognize the benefits to be derived from increased Collaboration, cooperation and interaction for the further promotion and understanding of emerging trends in the field of Power Electronics. The purpose of this MoU is to define the areas for fundamental, academic & industrial research in which the Parties desire to work together in future for their mutual benefit to foster a collaborative framework between EEE Dept, DSATM and Pragna Micro designs in the said fields with a view of benefiting from each other’s initiatives and working
  • This MoU between National Instruments, Labview Academy Based Competence Development Center, Bengaluru and DSATM is a statement of joint interest of both parties on the “student program” on Lab setup, Technical hands on training, interns/placement support in core companies

INDUSTRY – INSTITUTE COLLABORATION

  1. of EEE,DSATM and Venjay Automation (VA),
  2. of EEE, DSATM and Pragna Micro designs,
  3. of EEE,DSATM and Spenroit Technologies Pvt Ltd, Bangalore,
  4. of EEE,DSATM and National Instruments, Labview Academy Based Competence Development Center, Bengaluru.
  5. Dept. of EEE,DSATM and Power Research Development Corporation,Bangalore.

Technical Seminars/ Workshops Organized by The Department

Sl. No. Title of the Event Resource Person Date
2019-2020
1. Seminar Talk on requirement of GATE exam in Maharatna, Navaratna, Miniratna and other PSU by Gate Academy 9th  August 2019
2. Seminar Talk on “Being an Entrepreneur: Challenges & Opportunities” Karthik Chikmath, Alumni & Entrepreneur 24th August 2019
3. Special Elective Counseling Session on  Renewable Energy Sources Industry Expert Dr. Hariram Sateesh, Principal Scientist, ABB India Pvt. Ltd & Vice Chair, IEEE PES Bangalore Chapter 31st August 2019
4. Special Elective Counseling Session on Generation, Transmission and Utilization of Electric Power Industry Expert by Mr. Gopalan M V, CoE Leader, GE Grid Automation, GE Power 31st August 2019
5. Special Elective Counseling Session on  Renewable Energy Sources Industry Expert Dr. Hariram Sateesh, Principal Scientist, ABB India Pvt. Ltd & Vice Chair, IEEE PES Bangalore Chapter 14th September 2019
6. Special Elective Counseling Session on Nano Technology in Electrical Power Engineering Dr. Vaibhav Meshram, Professor in ECE Dept. Dayananda Sagar University, Bangalore 19th September 2019
7. Seminar Talk on “Importance of CADD in industries” Edu CADD Centre, Yelachenahalli 1st October 2019
8. Seminar Talk on Preparation to Placements Mr. Chethan S, Alumni & Project Analyst Accenture 12th October 2019
9. Workshop on Electric Vehicles and Internet of Vehicles Geeks Lab Technologies 23rd -25th October 2019
10. One day Workshop on Multi-Sim and Live Wire Prof. Ramya S Rajan, Asst. Prof, Dept. of EEE, DSATM 23rd  November 2019
11. Invited talk on Smart Grid Emerging Trends Dr. R Segal, Business Leader – South Asia, ASEAN, China GE Energy Consulting 26th November 2019
12. Project Symposium, Literature Paper Survey review for 7thsem students Alumni, Pradeep, Associate Software Engineer, Accenture 27th November 2019

Technical Seminars/ Workshops Attended by Students

Sl. No. Name of the student /Title of the Event Details of the Event Date
2019-20
1. Orientation for 3rdsem EEE students by Department of EEE Address by HOD, Department Staff, Senior students and Felicitation of  Department Toppers Organized by Dept. of EEE, DSATM 2nd  August 2019
2. 5thsem Students attended Seminar talk on GATE exam in Maharatna, Navaratna, Miniratna and other PSU by Gate Academy Organized by Dept. of EEE, DSATM 9th  August 2019
3. Seminar Talk on “Being an Entrepreneur: Challenges & Opportunities”by Karthik Chikmath, Alumni & Entrepreneur for 3rd and 5thsem students Organized by Dept. of EEE, DSATM 24th August 2019
4. Special Elective Counseling Session on  Renewable Energy Sources for 5th sem students by Industry Expert Dr. Hariram Sateesh, Principal Scientist, ABB India Pvt. Ltd & Vice Chair, IEEE PES Bangalore Chapter Organized by Dept. of EEE, DSATM 31st August 2019
5. Special Elective Counseling Session on Generation, Transmission and Utilization of Electric Power by Industry Expert by Mr. Gopalan M V, CoE Leader, GE Grid Automation, GE Power for 7th sem students Organized by Dept. of EEE, DSATM 31st August 2019
6. 7th &5th  students of EEE attended How to crack Gate: Talk by IISC Alumnus, Nitin Rakesh Prasad Organized by Gate Academy 8th September 2019
7. Special Elective Counseling Session on  Renewable Energy Sources by Industry Expert Dr. Hariram Sateesh, Principal Scientist, ABB India Pvt. Ltd & Vice Chair, IEEE PES Bangalore Chapter for 5th sem students Organized by Dept. of EEE, DSATM 14th September 2019
8. Special Elective Counseling Session on Nano Technology in Electrical Power Engineering by Dr. Vaibhav Meshram, Professor in ECE Dept. Dayananda Sagar University Bangalore for 5th &7th sem students Organized by Dept. of EEE, DSATM 19th   September 2019
9. Importance of CADD in industries by Edu CADD Centre, Yelachenahalli Organized by Dept. of EEE, DSATM 1st October 2019
10. Seminar Talk on Preparation to Placements for 5th sem students by   Mr. Chethan S, Alumni & Project Analyst Accenture Organized by Dept. of EEE, DSATM 12th October 2019
11. 7th sem students Participated in ALL INDIA PES STUDENT Young Professional Women In Engineering CONGRESS held at Global Academy of Technology Organized by Dept. of EEE, Global Academy of Technology 17th -19th  October 2019
12. Workshop on Electric Vehicles and Internet of Vehicles by Geeks Lab Technologies for 3rd  and 5th sem students Organized by Dept. of EEE, DSATM 24th -25th October 2019
13. One day Workshop on Multi-Sim and Live Wire by Prof. Ramya S Rajan for 3rd sem students Organized by Dept. of EEE, DSATM 23rd November 2019
14. Invited talk on Smart Grid Emerging Trends by Dr. R Segal, Business Leader – South Asia, ASEAN, China GE Energy Consulting Organized by Dept. of EEE, DSATM 26th November 2019
15. Project Symposium, Literature Paper Survey review for 7thsem students by Alumni, Pradeep, Associate Software Engineer, Accenture Organized by Prof. Kiran, Asst Prof, Dept of EEE DSATM 27th November 2019

TOPPERS OF THE DEPARTMENT

BE- 4thSemesters Toppers EVEN 2019

FIRST TOPPER

SECOND TOPPER

THIRD TOPPER


Name: Sushumna R
USN: 1DT17EE006
SGPA: 9.07


Name: Lokesh N
USN: 1DT17EE034
SGPA: 8.89


Name: Abhishek A
USN: 1DT17EE002
SGPA: 8.64

BE- 6thSemesters Toppers EVEN 2019

FIRST TOPPER

SECOND TOPPER

THIRD TOPPER


Name: Bhavana S D
USN: 1DT16EE005
SGPA: 8.88


Name: Raj Kumar Pandey
USN:1DT16EE022
SGPA: 8.31


Name: Prem Kumar N
USN: 1DT16EE018
SGPA: 8.27

BE- 8th Semesters Toppers EVEN 2019

FIRST TOPPER

SECOND TOPPER

THIRD TOPPER


Name: Vinay T
USN: 1DT15EE037
SGPA: 8.85


Name: Shriya R
USN: 1DT15EE029
SGPA: 8.85


Name: Dikshitha N
USN: 1DT15EE009
SGPA: 8.65


Name: Ritu B N
USN: 1DT15EE022
SGPA: 8.65


Name: Srihari S R
USN: 1DT15EE032
SGPA: 8.65

Placements

PLACEMENTS

Placement Achievers:
YEAR Number of Students Placed
2020 12(Still placements are ongoing)
2019 20
2018 21
2017 25
2016 27
2015 30

 

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Contact

Dr. RUPAM BHADURI,B.E, M.Tech, Ph.D.

Department OF Electrical & Electronics Engineering

DAYANANDA SAGAR ACADEMY OF TECHNOLOGY & MANAGEMENT

UDAYAPURA, Opp. ART OF LIVING, KANAKAPURA ROAD,BENGALURU-560082

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Phone No.: 080-28432999

Professional Society Activities

Tech Talk on “Technical talk on Industrial Automation Technologies”:

Technical talk on “Technical talk on Industrial Automation Technologies” by Mr. Milind Tavre, Manager, Bosch-Rexroth Pvt. Ltd was organized and conducted on 9th May 2019 for the benefit of 4th, 6th and 8th sem students.

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Tech Talk on “Evolution of Platforms for Industrial Applications”:

Technical talk on “Evolution of Platforms for Industrial Applications” was held on 06-05-2019 in department of EEE, DSATM by Dr. Hariram Sateesh, Principal Scientist, ABB India Pvt. Ltd & Vice Chair, IEEE PES Bangalore Chapter for 4th and 6th sem students

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IEEE PES Student Chapter “PES Day Celebrations”:

As a part of IEEE PES Student Chapter department of EEE, DSATM celebrated the PES Day Celebration and conducted many events like Technical Quiz, Technical Debate and Mini Project Exhibition for 4th , 6th and 8th sem students on 2nd May 2019.

The event was presided by Dr. B. R. Lakshmikantha, Principal, DSATM & Dr. Sumithra Devi, Dean Academics DSATM.

Seminar on Controls "A System’s Perspective":

A seminar on Controls A System’s Perspective” was held on 27-04-2019 in department of EEE, DSATM by Sharath A, Lead Design Engineer, Control Systems, GE Bangalore, India .

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Industrial Visit to Varahi Underground Power House on 12-04-2019:

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Technical Talk on 30/3/2019:

The inauguration of IEEE PES Student Branch Chapter was followed by four technical talks.

  • Talk on Career in Power and Energy Sector by Dr. Kasi Vishwanadha Raju
  • Talk on IEEE and its importance of PES Chapter by Rajashekhar S
  • Talk on Research Opportunities in Power and Energy Sector by Dr. Hariram Satheesh
  • Talk on PES Student Branch Operations and Opportunities by Mr. Abhishek Appaji

Tech Talk

Tech Talk

 

IEEE, Power and Energy Society Student Branch Chapter Bangalore Section:

Inauguration of IEEE-Power & Energy Society (IEEE-PES) Student Chapter at DSATM (SBC10123) on 30-3-2019

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