B. Tech. Electrical and Electronics Engineering 120
M. Tech. Electrical and Electronics Engineering 18

Electrical Engineering stream involve the study and applications of Electricity, Electronics and Electromagnetics that entails and encompasses Power Engineering, Control Systems, Signal Processing, Digital Computers and Instrumentation. The department is running undergraduate course in Electrical & Electronics Engineering since 2003 with a current intake of 120. Prior to this the course was Electrical Engineering since the inception of the college in 1998. The department is also running Post Graduate course on Electrical Power and Energy System since 2009 with the intake of 18.Now this PG course is renewed as Electrical & Electronics Engineering in 2016.

These areas of Electrical Engineering help student to enhance his or her capability to think critically & rationally, employability and his or her utility for industry society and nation in large. Department is well equipped with state of art labs to train electrical graduates to advance their theoretical knowledge and sound practices of the profession. The students are encouraged to undertake projects in the areas of Machine Design, Power System Planning, Operations and Control, Electronics and Microprocessor Applications and Power Electronics.

Vision & Mission


To produce excellent engineering professionals committed to serve the society & nature embedded with a strong moral character, value system and good leadership qualities having an urge for lifelong learning.


  • To empower the faculty members and encourage them to continually develop to keep pace with the changing trends in technology.
  • To provide a conducive environment for effective teaching and learning with focus on creating new knowledge, skills set and imbibing moral values with professional ethics.
  • To promote the culture of research and development through effective student engagement and regular infrastructural development.
  • To develop strong industry-academia alliance for practicing real time projects and also involve industry in content delivery.
  • To adopt transparent practices for the overall progress and welfare of the student, faculty members and staff.

PEOs, POs and PSOs

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) of EN Department

PEO 1.
Graduates of the program will apply skills and knowledge of Electrical and Electronics Engineering along with basic sciences, engineering’s and humanities to solve the problems of social, environmental and industrial relevance and or peruse higher studies and research.

PEO 2.
Graduates of the program will engage in design and analysis of systems, tools and applications in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

PEO 3.
Graduates of the program will work effectively as individual and as team in the inter-disciplinary projects, and acquire leadership and communication skills suitable for the profession.

PEO 4.
Graduates of the program will engage in lifelong learning, career enhancement and adapt to evolving societal and environmental needs, maintaining professional ethics.

PEO 5.
Graduates of the program will apply the contextual know-how and reasoning to address issues related health safety and socio-cultural consideration and appreciate impact of Electrical & Electronics Engineering solutions for above areas and environmental sustainability.

Program Outcomes (POs) of EN Department

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

PO 1.
Engineering knowledge :- Apply knowledge of Basic Sciences, Mathematics, Engineering Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics Engineering to solve the complex engineering problems.

PO 2.
Problem analysis :- Systematically analyse the complex engineering problems and substantiate conclusions employing the basic concepts of Mathematical, Natural and Engineering sciences.

PO 3.
Design/development of solutions :- Develop viable solutions for the complex Engineering problems & processes and design the system components satisfying the specific needs of public health, safety and socio-environmental considerations.

PO 4.
Conduct investigations of complex problems :- Investigate complex engineering problem using research based knowledge and methods to arrive at valid conclusion.

PO 5.
Modern tool usage :- Develop the competence of modern engineering and IT tools and apply them appropriately to predict and model complex engineering problems and systems.

PO 6.
The engineer and society :- Apply the contextual knowledge and reasoning to assess the issues like health, safety, legal and socio-cultural considerations relevant to the professional electrical engineering practices.

PO 7.
Environment and sustainability :- Appreciate the impact of professional electrical engineering solutions on the society and environment and their sustainability.

PO 8.
Ethics :- Practice good professional ethics, responsibilities and norms.

PO 9.
Individual and team work :- Work effectively as individual and team member in a multidisciplinary setting.

PO 10.
Communication :- Communicate effectively with the engineering fraternity and society about complex electrical engineering problems; comprehend and write reports, design documentation and make presentations.

PO 11.
Project management and finance :- Apply the understanding of engineering and management principles at work places and handle projects in multi-disciplinary environment.

PO 12.
Life-long learning :- Develop an urge for independent, lifelong learning in broader context of technological changes.


PSO 1.
Apply concepts & tools of Electrical and Electronics Engineering to address problems encountered in power sector in particular and other sectors in general.

PSO 2.
Design, Analyze, test and install electrical machine and instruments, Modern Power System and its components and microprocessor & microcontroller based systems.


Dr. Lokesh Varshney is a Professor and the Head of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering. He has over 18 years of rich and extensive experience in academics and research. He received his B.E. degree in Electrical Engineering from SGSITS, Indore, in 2004. He earned his M.Tech. and Ph.D. in Electrical Machines and Drives from the Indian Institute of Technology, Banaras Hindu University, in 2009 and 2014, respectively. His areas of expertise include Electrical Machines, Power Electronics, Network Analysis Systems, and Renewable Energy Systems. He has over 66 publications in various international journals, conferences, and book chapters. He has eight patents filed and twelve patents published. Dr. Varshney is a member of several professional bodies. Four research scholars have been awarded Ph.D. degrees under his guidance, one has submitted their thesis, and three are ongoing. Seventeen postgraduate thesis have been completed under his guidance. Dr. Varshney is a reviewer for several journals (SCI/WOS).

Dr. Lokesh Varshney
Prof. and HOD
B.E. (SGSITS, Indore), M.Tech. (IIT-BHU, Varanasi), Ph.D. Electrical Engg. (IIT-BHU, Varanasi)
[email protected]
[email protected]

EN Faculty

EN department has experienced FMs with specializations in varieties of areas of electrical
engineering and graduated from premier institutes like IITs and NITs.

Dr. Anil Kumar Rai

Dr. Vani Bhargava
Associate Professor

Ms. Navjyoti Sharma
Assistant Professor

Dr. J. G. Yadav
Associate Professor


EN Department Laboratories

1. The department has adequate (14) labs to cater the syllabus requirements of university (AKTU, Lucknow).

2. These laboratories are well equipped with equipments/hardware kits; consumables and software tools and manuals.

3. These labs provide facilities to meet the requirements of UG, PG and Ph.D. Level students.

4. Further, these labs are utilized by the students and FMs of EN department for performing experiments, project works (Minor and Major), M.Tech Dissertation and Research work (R&D).

5. Dedicated lab staff is available for the labs.

6. Adequate budgeting for labs (renovation, repair, consumables hardware kits and software tools) is done for each financial year.

The department is equipped with the following labs (for Odd and Even Semesters)

B. Tech. (EN)

1. Basic Electrical Engineering Lab

2. Electrical Instrumentation Lab

3. Electrical Workshop Lab

4. Electrical Machine Lab

5. Electrical Measurement Lab

6. Network Lab

7. Simulation Lab

8. Control System Lab

9. Power Electronics Lab

10. Microprocessor Lab

11. CAD Lab

12. Minor Project Lab

13. Power System lab

14. Project Lab

15. Bosch Rexroth Lab

​​M. Tech (EN)

1. Advanced Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab

2. Digital Signal Processing Lab

3. Power Converter Lab

Lab Details



Name of the Laboratory /

Lab venue

Lab Courses being Conducted for B. Tech. ECE (both Odd and Even Semester)


No. of Students per Setup (Batch Size)


Name of the Important Equipment/Tool



Basic Electrical Engineering Lab


REE 151

REE 251






28-32 Students per Group,  in a Batch of 03 students per Set-up



  • DSO
  • Digital Multimeter
  •  CRO
  • Rectifier Set
  • Function Generator
  • Power Supply
  • Slip Ring Induction Motor
  • Transformer (2KVA)





Control System Lab





Control System Lab

NEE 552

15-18 Students per Group,  in a Batch of 03 students per Set-up


  • AC Servomotor Kit
  • Synchro Transmitter-Receiver
  • Linear System Simulator
  • Temperature Controller(PID)
  • DC Position Controller
  • Stepper Motor
  • DC Speed Controller
  • Digital Control System
  • Compensation Design
  • Matlab& Simulink





Power Electronics Lab

Power Electronics Lab

NEE 552

15-18 Students per Group,  in a Batch of 03 students per Set-up



  • UJT kit, RC triggered circuit
  • TRIAC based AC voltage controller with universal motor
  • Phase controlled rectifier kit
  • Chopper kit
  • Power Electronics Trainer Kit(XPO-PE)
  • Converter/Inverter Panel with motor
  • IGBT/MOSFET based 1-Φ half wave/Full wave converter
  • Auxiliary commutation kit
  • Dual Converter Trainer





Power System Lab 


Project Lab


Power System Lab (NEN 751)


Major Project

(NEN 754/851)


Minor Project

(NEN 653)


28-32 Students per Group,  in a Batch of 03 students per Set-up



  • DSO
  • Motorized oil testing set
  • Instantaneous relay
  • Static Directional relay
  • Directional Relay
  • IDMT  relay
  • Static IDMT Relay
  • Single phase transformer
  • Microprocessor Relay
  • 20 MHz CRO  with Power Scope


  • Power supplies
  • Soldering Iron
  • Multimeters
  • Function
  • CROs
  • DSO
  • Winding Machine
  • Drill Machine
  • Bench Vice





Simulation Lab

Simulation Lab – I

(REE 353)


Simulation Lab – II

(REE 451)


Simulation Based Minor Project

(NEN 554)


Electrical And Electronics CAD Lab

(NEN 652)

28-30 Students per Group,  

in a Batch of 01 student per Computer


  • PC-30




Micro-processor Lab




Network Lab



Network Analysis and synthesis

(REE 405)


Microprocessor Lab

(NEE 553)


Advanced Microprocessor And Microcontroller Lab (MTEN 151)




28-32 Students per Group,  in a Batch of 03 students per Set-up


  • CRO
  • DSO
  • Function Generator
  • DC power supply
  • R-L-C Circuit for Frequency Response
  • Transient Response of RLC Circuit
  • Two Port Network kit


  • µP 8086 AD LCD Kit
  • µP 8085 AD LCD Kit
  • Stepper Motor
  • DSP Starter Kit
  • Automatic Control System Unit
  • Temperature Controller with Oven
  • CRO
  • 89CS1RD2 Embedded Trainer


Lab 7

Instrumentation Lab




Electrical Measurement Lab





Measurement Lab

(REE 352)






Electrical Instrumentation Lab

(REE 454)

28-32 Students per Group,  in a Batch of 03 students per Set-up


  • Wien Bridge
  • Hay’s Bridge
  • Schering Bridge
  • Anderson & Kelvin double bridge
  • Owen’s Bridge
  • Maxwell’s Bridge


  • Displacement measurement trainer
  • LVDT
  • Strain measurement trainer
  • Digitalmultimeter
  • Strain Gauge Trainer
  • Proximity Sensor Kit
  • ADC-8 bit Kit
  • DAC 8-bit Kit



Lab 8

Machine Lab





Electrical Workshop

(REE 351)


Electrical Machine Lab (REE 452)


Electrical Machine and Control Lab  (REE 459)

28-32 Students per Group,  in a Batch of 03 students per Set-up


  • Demonstration panel for   parallel operation of 2 alternator set
  • 3-Phase Auto Transformer
  • Demonstration panel for V Curve of synchronous motor
  • Demonstration  panel  for load test on 3 phase   

       Squirrel cage


  • DC shunt motor 1.5 KW
  • DC Motor-Generator Set
  • DC Motor- Alternator- Exciter Set
  • Induction motor-DC Compound Machine
  • 3 phase inductive load


R & D Lab


AKGEC-Bosch Rexroth Lab


(R&D lab)


  • Pneumatic Trainer
  • Hydraulic Trainer
  • PLC
  • CNC Simulator
  • Servo Drive
  • Sensor Kit

Mechatronic Kit

Technical Manpower Support

Name of the Technical Staff






Mr. Ravi CharanLal

Lab Assistant

Diploma in Electrical Engineering

Mr. V. K. Duvey

Lab Assistant

Diploma in Electronics Engineering

Mr. Gajendra Singh

Lab Assistant

Diploma in Electrical Engineering

Mr. SomnathChoudhary

Lab Assistant

Diploma in Electrical Engineering

Mr. Ajeet Kumar

Lab Assistant

Diploma in Electrical Engineering

Mr. Yogesh Kumar Raghav

Lab Assistant

Diploma in Electrical Engineering

Departmental Activities

Students under the able guidance of department faculty members involve themselves in range of extra and co curricular activities and constantly hone up their techno-managerial skills and bring laurels to department in general.

Departmental Society

Oorja is the Departmental Society of Electrical and Electronics Department

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