Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering


The Department has a well-established Control and Instrumentation Laboratory over an area of 147 Sq.m. This laboratory was established with an objective to gain practical experience in the field of control engineering. Control and Instrumentation Laboratory is equipped to do experiment on Modelling of Systems, AC/DC bridges, Synchros, Position and Speed control of AC/DC motors, Controller and Compensator Design, Measurement of Pressure, Temperature, Displacement, Strain, Flow, Power, Energy and Signal conditioning, etc. Also, the Laboratory has MATLAB simulation software, PLC and HMI Software/ Hardware, SCADA simulation software package which facilitates the students to do simulation based experiments, assignments and projects.


This Laboratory was established over a large carpet area of about 305 Sq.m. having D.C. machines, A.C. Machines, Transformers, Auto transformers, Rectifiers, Special machines, Various loads, Machine Models, Various ranges of voltmeters, ammeters, Wattmeters and power factor meters. This Laboratory is used to impart the knowledge about the characteristics and behaviour of the DC and AC machines.


Engineering Practices Laboratory was established over an area of 150 Sq.m. and provides the essential facilities to the students to augment their concepts about the fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

In this Laboratory the basic experiments like measurement of voltage, current, power and power factor in single phase supply, residential wiring, lamp wiring, and energy measurement are conducted.

Engineering Practices and Electrical Circuits Lab work done in this Laboratory.


The Power Electronics Laboratory was established in the EEE block in an area of 143 Sq.m. This Laboratory, with the required state-of-the-art facilities, allows students of Electrical & Electronics Engineering to do various experiments using power electronic devices. The lab houses power electronics training kits, chopper & inverter control units, thyristor controllers, oscilloscopes, LCR meters and multi-meters. Students get to learn the characteristics of various switching devices like SCR, TRIAC, MOSFET and IGBT.

They can work with half and fully controlled rectifiers, single phase and three phase inverters, choppers and AC voltage controllers. Moreover, this lab aids in learning various modulation techniques of PWM inverters. The lab also facilitates the use of simulation software which enables students to simulate all power electronics experiments. The experience which the students gain from working in this lab will make them better prepared for meeting the needs of core industries.


The Power System Simulation Laboratory was established over an area of about 150 Sq.m. The Laboratory has software packages like MATLAB, Power World Simulator, ETAP and DIgSILENT. This Laboratory enables the students to acquire knowledge in Power system Analysis, Power System Operation and Control, Power System Protection, Restructuring of Power System and Cable Sizing.


The NI LabVIEW Research Laboratory was established in the year 2015 along with the ECE department over an area of about 60Sq.m. This Laboratory facilitates the students to work with an integrated development environment designed specifically for engineers to build the optimal solution that can solve the challenges at hand. The Laboratory is well equipped with 64 Dell OptiPlex 3010 Intel Core i3 Processor Systems, along with myRIO, my DAC which provides real-time processing with its on-board devices. This laboratory is built exclusively and can accommodate 30 students to work in LabVIEW environment.