|Department Location||E-Building First Floor,
Building First Floor Room No. A001,B301,B304,F204,F304
|Year of Establishment||2013|
|Head of Department||Prof. Ingale R. U.|
|Contact - Ph. no.||9423349436|
|Under Graduate Programme||B.E.(Electrical Engineering) Intake: 60|
|Total number of Classrooms||02|
|Total number of Laboratories||07|
|Number of Professor||01|
|Number of Associate Professor||01|
|Number of Asst. Professor||04|
|Number of Lecturer||02|
|Supporting Technical staff||03|
|Supporting Non Technical staff||01|
The history of Electrical Engineering at Stanford University can be traced along technical and Professional lines with its birth in central power station engineering in 1893 with the arrival of the first Professor of Electrical Engineering at Stanford, F.A.C. Perrine, its extension to power transmission with the arrival of H.J. Ryan in 1905, and its significant expansion into electronics and radio communications with the arrival of F.E. Terman in 1925. The rest, as they say, is history. This short narrative expands on the story of the Department of Electrical Engineering in the context of the University and the School of Engineering, from its inception through its first fifty years.
The Department of Electrical Engineering is actively engaged in research and teaching activities in the field of Power Systems, Parallel processing, Systems Science, Computer Vision and Networks, High Voltage Engineering, Power Electronics and Drives, Bio-medical Engineering, Signal Processing and Energy Studies.
The department has always been on a progressive path, thanks to the experienced and dedicated faculty members who have a strong commitment towards providing quality engineering education.
The Department of Electrical Engineering, V.D.F school of Engineering and technology was established in the year 2013. All through its sparkling history of 2 years, the department of Electrical Engineering has been known for its exceptionally strong Under-Graduate and Graduate training program.
To produce globally competitive and socially sensitized engineering graduates and to bring out quality research in the frontier areas of Electrical Engineering.
To provide quality and contemporary education in the domain of Electrical Engineering through periodically updated curriculum, best-of-breed laboratory facilities, collaborative ventures with industries and effective teaching-learning process.
• To improve teaching - learning process.
• To achieve hundred percent pass percentage.
• To organize several technical workshops /seminars/conference.
• To provide support in the areas of social relevance.
• To equip our students to face the technical challenges in industries.
• To achieve hundred percent placement.
• To strengthen the industry institute interaction.
• To have research tie-ups with Industries and reputed Universities for knowledge sharing.
• To start fully fledged post graduate and research centre with number of post graduate and PhD programs
• To establish top – of – the class laboratories in all domains of Electrical Engineering.
• To be an identified research center in the areas of permanent magnet machines, power system (protection and analysis) and control system.
• To be a department where academics, research, services to community and industry and administration attain 40%, 30%, 20% and 10% respectively of total activities within 5 years.
• To develop innovative, multi – institutional, multi – objective web based “Integrated Energy System Laboratory”.
• To play “flagship role” for enrichment of electrical engineering education in western region. PROGRAM OUTCOMES (POs)
•The program outcomes describe what students expected to know or be able to do by the time of graduation from the program.
•After completing the Electrical Engineering course the students will gain Knowledge of science, mathematics, and engineering principles.
•Ability to apply this knowledge of science, mathematics, and engineering principles for solving problems.
•Ability to identify, formulate and solve Electrical Engineering problems in the broad areas like electrical machines, analog and digital electronics, power systems and control systems.
•Ability to understand and use different software tools in the domain of circuit, field, power system, control system simulations.
•Ability to design and conduct experiments and analyze and interpret data.
•Ability to exhibit management principles and function as a member of a multidisciplinary team.
•Sensitivity towards professional and ethical responsibility.
•Ability to communicate effectively in writing as well as through public speaking.
•Ability to appreciate and engage in lifelong learning.
•Knowledge of contemporary issues.
•An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
•The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
Pravin. B. Dhumal
Qualification: M.Tech(EPS) ,
Pawan .V. Pate
Aniket .J. Hattarge
|Laboratory name||Major Facilities||Lab In charge|
|Electrical Machine lab||Induction Motor, DC Motor, Synchronous Motor and all Machine Lab Instruments||Mr. Pravin .B.Dhumal|
|Electrical Measurement and instrumentation Lab||All type of measuring Instruments||Mr.Prabhudev .M.Ghalimath|
|Network/BEEE||All Theorems kit, Basic Electrical Lab Instruments||Mr.Pawan.V.Pate|
|Drives & Power Electronics||Multi-phase System, DTC system, Multilevel Inverters||Mr. Aniket .J. Hattarge|
|Microprocessor Lab||50-Coputers with Advanced Softwares( MATLAB-2015,AUTO CAD,)||Mr.Pawan.V.Pate|
|Computer Lab||8085,8086 practical kits||Mr.Laxman. M.Tawde|
|CAD Lab||Computer Aided Drafting||Mr. A. M. Kendre|