The department in which students are exposed to the concepts of generation, transformers, transmissions and distribution of electricity.
Air cannot be seen but its presence can be felt same way electricity cannot be seen but its sense is dangerous.
Department of Electrical engineering teaches how to deal with the phenomena of electricity. The department arranges the visits of students to Thermal power stations and hydraulic power stations to orient students to the process of automation, energy generation, distribution and management.
This department consists of various labs like Basic Electrical Engineering, Control Systems, Power Systems, and Electronic Devices & Control, Electrical Machines Laboratory etc.
We are committed to be a leader in development of electrical engineers in research and technological services with social responsibility and ethics.
|Sr.No||Name of Faculty||Designation||Qualification||Experience In Yrs.||E-mail-ID|
|1||Mr. Ganjewar Shriniwas Pandurang||HOD & Assistant Professor||M.E. Electrical Machines and Drivesfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|2||Dr. Deepak Shankarrao Bankar||Professor||Ph.D.||email@example.com|
|3||Mrs. Chandane Anjali Ashank||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.(Control System)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|4||Mr. Gidde Shashikant Haridas||Assistant Professor||M.Tech.(Electrical)||email@example.com|
|5||Mr. Dadhe Sagar Sugriv||Assistant Professor||M.E.(EPS)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|6||Mr. Wadekar Abhijit Narayan||Assistant Professor||M.E. (Electrical)||email@example.com|
|7||Mr. Swami Lokesh Basawraj||Assistant Professor||M.E. (PED)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|8||Mr. More Vinodkumar Pandurang||Assistant Professor||M.E. (Electrical)||email@example.com|
|9||Ms. Waghmode Archana Dilip||Assistant Professor||M.E. (Electrical) Control Systemfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|10||Mr. Jadhav Shubham Amrut||Assistant Professor||M.Tech. (Electrical) Power System (Appearing)||email@example.com|
|11||Mr. Kalel Dattatraya Dilip||Assistant Professor||M.E. (Electrical)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|12||Dr. Raulkar Bageshree Prakash||Assistant Professor||M. Sc, B.Ed,( Maths ) ,MBA, Ph.D||23|
|13||Ms. Savale Manjusha Prashant||Assistant Professor||M. Sc (Chemistry), M. Ed||18|
|14||Ms. Smitha Sunilkumar||Assistant Professor||M.SC (Physics) , B.EDemail@example.com|
|15||Mr. Vivek Dilip Bavdhane||Assistant Professor||M. Tech.||14||vivek.bavdhane@firstname.lastname@example.org|
The lab use to perform Electrical Machine related practicals. We having DC Machines, transformers, AC Induction Motors, Synchronous Motors and Alternators. SE electrical students and TE Electrical students will perform these experiments.
Power electronics lab is use to perform following experiments SCR , DIAC ,TRIAC ,MOSFET,IGBT characteristics, Verification of HALF & FULL BRIDGE Rectifier
Industrial DRIVES Lab Basically use to perform industrial drives related experiments. It consists of DC DRIVE control circuitry, AC drive control circuitry.
The objective of this laboratory is to familiarize students with the important basic concepts to stand sturdily in rapidly evolving world of modern technology. We have well equipped Basic Electrical Engg
This Lab is equipped with various measuring equipments to measure the electrical & non-electrical quantities like pressure, temperature, load etc.
This Lab is equipped with various control equipments and associated control system softwares etc.
The laboratory is well equipped with the simulated models of transmission lines and electrical machines to represent the power system network
The laboratory is well equipped with various licensed technical softwares like Labview, Matlab and also application softwares and System softwares
The Electrical Engineering Students Association (EESA) was established in the academic year 2013. The main role of the association is to learn and know beyond the curriculum. For this, we have planned numerous activities as part of our association. This include Industrial Visits, Industrial Trainings, Group Discussions, and Seminars by eminent personalities from the various industries/fields, debates & quiz, preparation for campus interviews, to motivate students to participate in various technical and cultural events.
|Sr.NO||Name of staff||Credentials|
|1||Mr. S P Ganjewar||Reviever ICESA 2015|
|2||Mr. S.H.Gidde||1. Supporting reviewer-IJIERT
2. Member, Editorial Board –IJRPET
3. Selected in Staff Exchange Program for Rwanda
|3||Prof S. G. Kashid||Reviewer ICACCI|
|4||Mr. A S Waychal||Selected in Staff Exchange Program for Rwanda|
|Sr.No||Name of Faculty||Year|
|1||Mr. Chandulal Guguloth||2009|
|2||Mr. S. G. Kashid||2011, 2016, 2017|
|Sr.NO||Name of Student||University||Country|
|1||Akshay Kshirsagar||Technical University, Sofiya||Bulgeria|
|2||Amey Jedhe||Technical University, Sofiya||Bulgeria|
|Sr.NO||Author||Name of Book||ISBN Number||Publisher|
|Position control of IPMSM by using back stepping algorithm||978-3-659-77972-5||LAMBERT|
|Performane analysis of SAPF for current harmonic mitigation||978-3-330-00141-1||LAMBERT|