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Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Genesis

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was started in the year 2010 and offers BE EEE programme in tune with the syllabi of Anna University. The department aims to develop electrical engineers who are innovative, entrepreneurial, and equipped to become global leaders in research and technology. The department has well qualified faculty members who are specialists in the fields of Power Electronics and Drives, VLSI Design, Applied Electronics and Power Engineering and Management. The faculty team includes a doctorate serving for the betterment of the students. The department has well equipped laboratories. The department provides an environment to students in such a way that they will be able to understand the core concepts including Electrical machines, Circuits and Networks, Power systems, Power Electronics, Electromagnetic theory, Instrumentation, Microprocessors and Microcontrollers and Electron Devices & Circuits.

Vision

To be the renowned department in creating highly talented, skilled and well-disciplined professionals in Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

Mission

M1: Having state of the art facilities for enabling students’ to learn, understand, apply and disseminate knowledge.

M2: Improve employability through Industrial Interaction and Entrepreneurship.

M3: Develop the Professional Ethics and Human Values for the benefit of society.
Programme Outcomes & Objectives

PO 1: Engineering knowledge – Apply the Mathematical knowledge and the basics of Science and Engineering to solve the problems pertaining to Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering.

PO 2: Problem analysis – Identify and formulate Electrical and Electronics Engineering problems from research literature and be ability to analyze the problem using first principles of Mathematics and Engineering Sciences.

PO 3: Design/development of solutions – Come out with solutions for the complex problems and to design system components or process that fulfil the particular needs taking into account public health and safety and the social, cultural and environmental issues.

PO 4: Conduct investigations of complex problems – Draw well-founded conclusions applying the knowledge acquired from research and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of information and to arrive at significant conclusion.

PO 5: Modern tool usage – Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling 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.

PSO 1: To understand the concepts of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and fundamental sciences to analyze and implement in research field.

PSO 2: To take up roles in interdisciplinary projects, develop managerial skills and contribute towards the electrical community globally.

PEO 1:  Shall flourish in their professional careers, further education, research, or as entrepreneurs.

PEO 2:  Must always learn new things and hone existing abilities to create solutions that have a big impact and are cutting-edge in terms of energy use.

PEO 3:  To create and build practical, multidisciplinary solutions that are technically sound, commercially viable and socially acceptable, graduates must have strong communication skills, a professional demeanour and ethical behaviour.

B.E (EEE)
0 seats
Intake
  • 4 years Anna University Curriculum
  • 89% placement in 2022-23
  • Industry Internship with Stipend 
Achievements
Salient Features
Student information

EEE 2022-23 Student name list

I – Year
S.No. University Serial No. Name of the Student
1    730321105001    ABIRAMI S
2    730321105002    ABIRAMI V
3    730321105003    AHIL M
4    730321105004    AJAY KUMAR D
5    730321105005    AMARNATH A
6    730321105006    ARAVIND A
7    730321105007    BALAMURUGAN S
8    730321105008    BASKAR P
9    730321105009    BHARATH K
10    730321105010    DAYANAND K
11    730321105011    DEEPALATHA G
12    730321105012    DEEPIKA E
13    730321105013    DHAMOTHARAN R
14    730321105014    DHARANIDHARAN P
15    730321105015    DHINESH M
16    730321105016    DINESHKUMAR B
17    730321105017    GOKILA S
18    730321105018    GOKUL T
19    730321105019    HARISHKUMAR R
20    730321105020    JEEVA V
21    730321105021    KARTHIK A
22    730321105022    KARTHIKEYAN S
23    730321105023    KAVINILAVAN A
24    730321105024    KAVIPRABHA V
25    730321105025    KAVIPRIYA R
26    730321105026    KAVIRAJ N
27    730321105027    KAVIYA P
28    730321105028    KESAVAN R
29    730321105029    KIRANSANKAR A
30    730321105030    KOWSALYA  V
31    730321105031    LAKSHMAN T
32    730321105032    LOOPIKA M
33    730321105033    MADHUSREE M
34    730321105036    MANIVANNAN S
35    730321105037    MANOJKUMAR K
36    730321105038    NARMADHA K
37    730321105039    PANDISELVI G
38    730321105040    PAVITHRA B
                 730321105041    PRADEEP KUMAR D
40    730321105042    RAAGUL R S
41    730321105043    RAJA R
42    730321105044    RAJARAJESHWARI K
43    730321105045    RESHMITHA G
44    730321105046    SAKTHI MURUGAN A
45    730321105047    SANDHYA S M
46    730321105048    SANJAI S
47    730321105049    SANTHIYA P
48    730321105050    SARAN M
49    730321105051    SARATHI N
50    730321105052    SHOBHANA A
51    730321105053    SIVA SANKARI B
52    730321105054    SIVASUBRAMANI P
53    730321105055    SUBASHINI B
54    730321105057    VASANTHKUMAR V
55    730321105058    VETRISELVAN I
56    730321105059    VIGNESH S
57    730321105060    VIMALKUMAR V
58    730321105061    VINITHA CHRISTIN J
59    730321105062    VISHNUPRIYA M
60    730321105063    VISHNU THARISHNAN R
61    730321105301    ANAND D
62    730321105302    KOWSHIK S
63    730321105303    NANDHA KISHOR S
III – Year
S.No. University Serial No. Name of the Student
1    730320105001    KUMARAVEL S 
2    730320105002    MAHENDRAN P
3    730320105003    MAHESH C
4    730320105004    MUGILAN T
5    730320105005    RAMESH R
6    730320105006    SANJAY V A
7    730320105007    SURAJ D
8    730320105501    LOGANAYAKI P
9    730320105301    ARJUN KUMAR P
10    730320105302    ARUN KUMAR A
11    730320105303    BARATH S
12    730320105304    DHANUSH A
13    730320105305    GOKULNATH V
14    730320105306    HARIKRISHNAN
15    730320105307    KAMESH KUMAR S
16    730320105308    KARTHIKEYAN K
17    730320105310    NAVEEN S
18    730320105311    PRADEEP S
19    730320105314    SANTHOSH KUMAR K
20    730320105315    SANTHOSH KUMAR V
21    730320105316    SUBASH R
22    730320105317    YUVARAJ C
IV – Year
S.No. University Serial No. Name of the Student
1    730319105001    ABHINIVESH R
2    730319105002    ARUNKUMAR T
3    730319105003    BALAJI C
4    730319105004    DHARANESH R
5    730319105005    DHIVYABHARATHI S
6    730319105006    DIVYA K
7    730319105007    DIVYA M
8    730319105008    KAVIYARASU R
9    730319105010    MANIKANDAN A
10    730319105011    NAVEENKUMAR M
11    730319105012    PARAMESHWARAN A
12    730319105013    RANJITHKUMAR M
13    730319105014    SAJITH S
14    730319105015    SANTHIYA S
15    730319105016    SIVASURYA P
16    730319105017    SOMASUNDARAM A
17    730319105018    SREE SURYA M
18    730319105019    SRIDHAR R
19    730319105020    SRINIDHI R H
20    730319105022    SUTHIR Y
21    730319105023    VETRISELVAN P
22    730319105024    VIGNESH S
23    730319105025    VIKNESH Y
24    730319105026    YATHIESWAR M
25    730319105027    YOGESH B
26    730319105301    LEONARD JENICKSAN C
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EEE 2021-2022 Student name list

II – Year
S.No. University Serial No. Name of the Student
1    730320105001    KUMARAVEL S 
2    730320105002    MAHENDRAN P
3    730320105003    MAHESH C
4    730320105004    MUGILAN T
5    730320105005    RAMESH R
6    730320105006    SANJAY V A
7    730320105007    SURAJ D
8    730320105501    LOGANAYAKI P
9    730320105301    ARJUN KUMAR P
10    730320105302    ARUN KUMAR A
11    730320105303    BARATH S
12    730320105304    DHANUSH A
13    730320105305    GOKULNATH V
14    730320105306    HARIKRISHNAN V
15    730320105307    KAMESH KUMAR S
16    730320105308    KARTHIKEYAN K
17    730320105310    NAVEEN S
18    730320105311    PRADEEP S
19    730320105313    PUSHKARAN A
20    730320105314    SANTHOSH KUMAR K
21    730320105315    SANTHOSH KUMAR V
22    730320105316    SUBASH R
23    730320105317    YUVARAJ C
III – Year
S.No. University Serial No. Name of the Student
1