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Diploma in Electrical Engineering Course Highlights

Type of Course

Diploma

Duration of Course

3 years

Examination Type

Semester wise

Course Fee

1,30,600 for JEXPO Quota

1,66,600 for Management Quota

Average annual salary after completing the course

INR 1,20,000 to 3,60,000

Top recruiting companies

L&T, OWENS CORNING, AVO ELECTRO POWER, JBM GROUP, SAKURA AUTOPARTS, JBS ENTERPRISE, SIGMA ELECTRIC, CONDOR POWER PRODUCTS, GEEKAY WINDING WIRES LTD, RAJASRIYA AUTOMOTIVE INDIA, CENTUM ELECTRONICS, TAKATA, QUALITY AUSTRIA.

Job positions in Industry

Maintenance Engineer, Supervisor, Site Engineer, PLC Operator, Junior Engineer, Sub Assistant Engineer etc.

Job positions in Education Sector

Lab Instructor, Technical Assistant

 

Admission Process & Criteria:

Direct Admission (25% Seats): 

  • Candidate must have completed his/her Secondary/Madhyamik/10th Std or its equivalent examination.
  •  English, Physical Science and Mathematics must be there as major subjects.
  • Valid JEXPO Rank and other criteria should have to be met as per the norms of WBSCT&VE&SD.

Age Limitation: Candidates should not be born after 01.07.2005 and there is no upper age limit.

Indirect Admission:

JEXPO (75% Seats): Admission Through JEXPO counseling centrally conducted by WBSCT&VE&SD.

Lateral Category (10% Seats): Admission Through WBSCT&VE&SD conducted VOCLET Examination and central counseling.

Diploma in Electrical Engineering Course Syllabus:-

Semester I Semester II
  • Mathematics-I
  • Applied Physics-I
  • Applied Chemistry
  • Communication Skills in English
  • Engineering Graphics
  • Engineering Workshop Practice
  • Applied Physics-I Lab
  • Applied Chemistry Lab
  • Sports and Yoga
  • Communication Skills In English Lab
  • Mathematics-II
  • Applied Physics-II
  • Introduction to IT Systems
  • Fundamentals of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (FEEE)
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Applied Physics - II Lab
  • Introduction to IT Systems Lab
  • Fundamentals of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Lab
  • Engineering Mechanics Lab
  • Environmental Science

 

Semester III Semester IV
  • Electrical Circuit and Network
  • Basic Electronics
  • Electrical Machine I
  • Electrical Measuring Instrument
  • Elements of Mechanical Engineering
  • Programming Concept using C
  • Machine I Lab
  • Basic Electronics Lab
  • Electrical Measuring Instrument Lab
  • Electrical Workshop - I
  • Professional Practice - I
  • Electrical Machine II
  • Electrical Measurement and Control
  • Applied and Digital Electronics
  • Transmission and Distribution of Power
  • Power Plant Engineering
  • Computer Aided Electrical Drawing
  • Development of Life Skill II
  • Professional Practice - II
Semester V Semester VI
  • Utilization, Traction, Heating and Drives
  • Microprocessor and Microcontroller
  • Power Electronics and Drives
  • Industrial Project & Entrepreneurship Development
  • Energy Conservation & Audit
  • Switchgear and Protection
  • Switchgear and Protection Lab
  • Utilization, Traction, Heating and Drives Lab
  • Energy Conservation & Audit Lab
  • Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab
  • Power Electronics and Drives Lab
  • Professional Practice - III
  • Electrical Design Estimation & Costing
  • Electrical Installation, Maintenance, Testing 
  • Industrial Management.
  • Computer Hardware & Networking.
  • Industrial Project
  • Electrical Workshop - II
  • Electrical Design Estimation & Costing Lab
  • Electrical Installation, Maintenance, Testing Lab
  • Computer Hardware & Networking Lab.
  • Professional Practice - IV
  • General Viva Voce

Vision of the Department

Electrical Engineering Department strives practical based learning, conceptually framed and innovative thinking encapsulated by future technologists and Engineers for the betterment of the entire society in the coming era.

 

Mission of the Department

M1: The mission is to produce quality human resources with capacity to serve the fraternity in a wide variety of roles including science, engineering, academics, research, entrepreneurship and management. 

M2: Putting emphasis on areas such as communication skills, professional and ethical responsibility, lifelong learning and contemporary issues to complement the technical aspects of the engineering course.

M3: To ensure a combination of engineering and complementary course works in the curriculum so that Electrical Engineering diploma engineers are well rounded, able to work effectively in team settings and able to adapt to different work environments.

The strengths of the Electrical Engineering Department are as follows:

  • The Electrical Engineering Department has impeccably skilled and experienced faculty members with an average period of around 8 years and maximum 12 years.

  • All the laboratories are well maintained and well equipped including a dedicated lab in-charge.

  • Most of our faculty members are from renowned institutions with NIRF ranking among Top 10 like IITs, CU with around more than 25 publications in various SCI, SCIE and Scopus indexed Journal or Book Chapters including conferences as well.

  • The environment for teaching the learning process is completely Outcome Based Education.

  • Department emphasizes projects rather than theoretical approaches only.

  • The placement assistance is almost nearly 100% including L&T and Owens Corning with an annual package of around 3.6 to 4 in lacs per annum.

  • Department conducts soft skill development and technical skill development programs with the help of Training and placement Cell. 

  • In coordination with the Training and placement Cell, the department provides summer training to the students in various reputed Training Industries.

  • For uplift of knowledge of faculty members and students indeed, the department organizes various seminars, webinars and workshops on recent trends of technological advancement.

  • To mitigate the curriculum gaps, the department wholeheartedly insists on external speakers to come and deliver lectures to the final year students.

  • We encourage our students to join ISTE student chapters to enhance their proactiveness by being a part of a national level technical society or professional body.

PROGRAM EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES (PEOs):

PEO 1: To develop ability of solving problems in electrical engineering domain as well as in relevant domains to meet thriving socio- economic demand of industry and society.

PEO 2: To prepare the students to successfully work in various public and private sector organizations, at regional, state and national levels, with professional competence and ethical administrative acumen.

PEO 3: To frame the students to improve their technical and intellectual capabilities through lifelong learning process, which may include professional career and/or postgraduate education, for successful adaptation to technological and cultural changes and to foster adept functioning in society.

PEO 4: To convey total quality education by providing knowledge and active teaching-learning process regarding electrical engineering with proper infrastructural facilities to create technical leaders and entrepreneurs for future.

PEO 5: Fulfill the needs of society in solving technical problems using engineering principles, tools and practices, in an ethical and responsible manner.

 

 

Program outcomes (POs):

PO 1Basic and Discipline specific knowledge: Apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and engineering fundamentals and engineering specialization to solve the engineering problems.

PO 2: Problem analysis: Identify and analyse well-defined engineering problems related to using codified standard methods.

PO 3Design/ development of solutions: Design solutions for well-defined technical problems and assist with the design of systems components or processes to meet specified needs.

 PO 4Engineering Tools, Experimentation and Testing: Apply modern engineering tools and appropriate technique to conduct standard tests and measurements for better perceptions.

 PO 5Engineering practices for society, sustainability and environment: Apply appropriate technology in context of society, sustainability, environment and ethical practices.

 PO 6Project Management: Use engineering management principles individually, as a team member or a leader to manage assigned projects and effectively communicate about well-defined engineering activities in a professional manner.

 PO 7Life-long learning: Ability to analyse individual needs and engage in updating in the context of technological changes.

 

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs):

 At the end of the program, the student:

PSO 1: Should be able to clearly understand the concepts and applications in the field of Power System, Machines, Design and Estimating, Basic Electronics and Electrical technology.

PSO 2: Should be able to associate the learning from the courses related to Microcontroller, Power Electronics, Circuit Theory, Traction, Heating, Illumination, Electrical Machine, Power System, Digital Electronics, Measurement, Design, Operation, Maintenance and Installation Systems to arrive at solutions to real world problems.

PSO 3: Should have the capability to comprehend the technological advancements in the usage of modern design tools to analyze and design subsystems/processes for a variety of applications related to electrical engineering program.

PSO 4: Should posses the skills to communicate in both verbal and written forms, the work already done and the future plans with necessary road maps, demonstrating the practice of professional ethics and the concerns for societal and environmental wellbeing related to electrical engineering program.

Electrical and Microprocessor Laboratories

Major laboratories:
  • Electrical Technologies lab.
  • Electrical Engineering Drawing lab.
  • Basic electrical lab.
  • Electrical machine lab.
  • Electrical measurement and control lab.
  • Digital electronics lab.
  • Power system lab.
  • Industrial electronics lab.
  • Microprocessor lab.
  • Basic electronics lab.
  • Electronics device circuit lab.
  • Major Workshops:

    Electrical Workshop 1: Wiring installation purpose, various types of Starter, protection and safety

    Electrical Workshop 2: Winding practice of different motors and operation maintenance testing of motor and application, transformer

    Electrical Shop: Wiring, connection for tubes, fans.


    MAJOR LABORATORIES

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    ELECTRICAL TECHNOLOGY LAB &

    ELECTRICAL SHOP

    • Identification of various electrical components.
    • Testing of Components and value measurement.
    • Familiarization with various types of measuring instruments.
    • Connection and wiring schematics and ideas and basic realization of wiring methods and components.

     

     

    ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENT &

    MEASURING INSTRUMENTS LAB

    • Different types of measurement methods of resistance, inductances, capacitances/Electrical Components.
    • Connection of electrical metres
    • Plotting and observing procedure of related matters.

     ELECTRICAL MACHINE LAB

    • Efficiency, loss and performance determination of DC machine, AC machine such as transformer, alternator, induction motor or synchronous generator.
    • Testing required for related quantities as torque.

    POWER SYSTEM LABORATORY

    • Construction study/ details of cables, insulators, switch gears or protecting instruments.
    • Familiarization with supply system and power distribution used in industries like
    • SMPS, OP-Amp(IC-741),SCR,Transisters,DIAC,TRIAC,Voltage Regulator(IC-723),
    • Timer Circuit(IC-555),UPS,Buck & Boost converter,PWM Switching voltage regulator.
    • Ideas on speed control of DC & AC Motors using SCR.

    ELECTRONICS LAB

    • Familiarization with common assembly tools.
    • Measurement of different parameters, ckt connections, characteristics and plotting.
    • Verification of a stable and mono stable multi vibrator using IC-555.
    • Application of OP-Amp as (Adder, sub tractor, differentiator, integrator, voltage follower).
    • Verification of truth table, logic gates. Construction and testing of a battery eliminator, Half-wave, full-wave rectifier.

    DIGITAL ELECTRONICS LAB

    • Designing, testing and debugging any digital circuit and exposure to digital world,
    • Design of registers by using Flip-Flop and verification. A/D converter by using IC.

    INDUSTRIAL ELECTRONICS LABORATORY

    • Ideas on various electronic components & ICS
    • Programme logic control (PLC) based contactor panel

    ELECTRONICS WORKSHOP PRACTICE

    • Ideas of electronics circuit connection using different kinds of platform.
    • Familiarization with necessary electronic components.

    WORKSHOP

    • Practical classes for machine winding assembling and dismantling
    • Connection procedures of different lighting sources.
    • Practical ideas on Connection of machines wiring starters protecting device.
    • Detailing on protecting devices such as circuit breaker, relay etc.

    MICROPROCESSOR AND MICRO CONTROLLER LAB

    • Various Programing done using Microprocessor and Micro controller.