Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Why to Study EEE ?

The graduate course in Electrical and Electronics Engineering encompasses the various aspects of Electrical and Electronics fields such as Power and Industrial Electronics, Advanced Control Systems, Solid State Relays and Protection, Microprocessor Application, Energy systems and Computer Application to Power System Studies, High Voltage Studies.

The Department is engaged in research activities, mainly in Power Systems, Renewable Energy systems, IOT, Big Data, Artificial intelligence, Energy Management and Distribution Systems. Presently, the department has taken up several R&D projects funded by DST, MSME, UGC and AICTE Organisations. The Department also undertakes testing of motors, Insulation Boards, Energy Audit and Management etc., as a part of consultancy work.

About Department

Established in the year 2007, Department offers a 4-year B.Tech Degree Programme in Electrical & Electronics Engineering, with an annual intake of 120.

Vision of the Department:

To develop globally recognized Engineers in the frontier areas of Electrical & Electronics Engineering with international standards

 Mission of the Department:

  • To produce competent Engineers having knowledge & skills on upcoming technologies by introducing simultaneous trends in curriculum and through collaborative industry-institute interaction
  • To carry out quality research having social & industrial relevance
  • To nurture the students into responsible citizens with social, ethical and environmental awareness

 BOS :

The Board of studies of Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering has, as its members, eminent persons drawn from academia and industry. They advise the department in periodic modifications to the courses taking into account the feedback obtained from the industry, the alumni and the ever-changing practices in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. 

S.N. Name Details
1 Prof. G R K D Satya Prasad Chairman – HOD-EEE
2 Dr. Bidyadhar Subudhi,

Professor – EEE

NIT Rourakela



3 Prof (Dr.) Sidharth Panda

Professor – EEE

VSSUT,  Burla

Subject Expert – 1
4 Dr.  Pravat Kumar Ray,

Professor – EEE

NIT Rourkela

Subject Expert – 2
5 Dr. S. Tulasiram

Professor – EEE

JNTU – Hyderabad

Subject Expert – 2
6 Er. Govinda Chandra Swain

DGM, GRIDCO(OPTCL), Govt. Of Odisha

Industrial representative – 1
7 Er Pankaj Lochan Mohanty

Electrical Expert, WAPCOS, Rngali

Industrial representative – 2
8  Er. T. Veeraju

Director – Geosol Associates

Industrial representative – 3
9 Er. Aswin Kumar Sahu

HOD- Government Polytechnic





10 All Department Faculty Internal Members

 Programme Educational Objectives:


To train the students in basic science and mathematical foundations with technological advancements by imparting the concepts of higher education


To engage in design of systems, tools and applications in the field of Electrical and Electronics engineering and allied engineering with socially acceptable concepts


To provide technical knowledge and skills to identify, understand and solve complex tasks in research, industry and Start-ups to inspire the students to become future researchers / scientists with innovative ideas.


To involve in lifelong learning, career enhancement and adapt to changing technologies with high ethical values

Programme Specific Outcomes:

PSO1:  Ability to design, analyze and operate the basics of engineering systems by applying the skill level knowledge in Electrical & Electronics Engineering

PSO 2: To design, simulate and practice the techniques of hardware and software tools in Power systems, Power Electronics and Renewable Energy systems.

PSO3: Work professionally in multidisciplinary concepts by integrating Electrical Engineering with Internet of Things, Green Energy and Smart cities concepts.

Program Outcomes:

  1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  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.
  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.
  8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  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.
  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.
  12. Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage e in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Academic Calendar


Electrical Machines Lab :

Electrical Machine laboratory is conducted for the undergraduate students. In this Lab students perform basic and advanced experiments on Transformers, DC machines, Inductions machines and Synchronous machines.

Power Electronics Lab:

The power electronics lab enhances the UG students by providing them the better understanding of the concepts and working of advanced power semiconductor devices and power electronics circuits.

The curriculum objectives are:

1. To rig up circuits for various applications in power electronics

2. To understand the operation of different types of power controllers

Electric Drives Lab:

Electric Drives lab explores the application of electronics to energy conversion and control. This discipline practises an innovative design-oriented and application-focused research in power electronics and drives.

Electrical Workshop

Electrical Workshop introduces the students to the basic electrical & electronics measuring equipments and they will deal with some of the frequently used instruments and equipments, like the digital multimeter, tong tester, tester etc. The students obtain the basic knowledge about different types of wiring circuits, behaviour of current, voltage, power, energy under different conditions and their determination. They can also gain knowledge about residential wiring, trouble shooting various electrical equipments like ceiling fan, mixer, air conditioner and other electrical gadgets. These experiments help to provide them the foundation they require to be Electrical engineers.

Measurements & Instrumentation Lab:

The laboratory gives an insight into the measurement of various electrical & electronics quantities combines both hardware and software facilities. The Measurements & Instrumentation  lab is equipped with  CRO, oscilloscopes, various trainer kit and earth tester such as megger), signal generators, digital multimeters and loading inductor, capacitor ,resistive loads, LCR meter & energy meter.

Research Lab:

The Research laboratory is developed with the aim of enhancing the research capabilities for power engineers in the department. It supports undergraduate, postgraduate and research scholars to enhance rapid technology transfer in various domains in the field of Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Network Theory Lab:

This lab course expose basic circuit concepts, circuit modeling and methods of circuit analysis in time domain and frequency domain for solving simple and multi dimensional circuits including DC and AC circuit theory and network theorems. The laboratory exercises are designed to give students ability to design, build, and implement basic AC and DC circuits.

Control Systems Lab:

This laboratory course gives hands-on experience to the feedback automatic control concepts covered in the theory courses. The feedback automatic control systems are an essential feature of numerous industrial processes, scientific instruments and even commercial, social and management situations. A thorough understanding of the elementary principles of this all embracing technology is of great relevance for all engineers and scientists.

Centre for Innovation, Incubation and Start-up: 

Centre for Innovation, Incubation and Start-up (CIIS) was established with a vision to foster innovation driven entrepreneurship, in alignment with various industries GIETs VISION 2020.

CIIS comprises of:

·         Centre for Innovation which aims to inculcate a spirit of innovation.

·         Technology Business Incubator which aims to provide a low cost and resource intensive sandbox where entrepreneurs can develop their product, services or process ideas towards commercialization.

Centre for Start-up which aims at fostering entrepreneurial skills among the students.


  1. Rohan Bagh and Mr. Asish Misra; won the First prize with a cash prize of 5,000 Rs/- in “EUREKA – Innovative idea-based contest” at IIT Kharagpur- KSHITIJ -2015.
  2. Rohan Bagh and Mr. Asish Misra; won the 1st Prize in Technical paper presentation “Cognizance- 2016 conducted by IIT- Roorkee with a cash prize of 5,000 Rs/-
  3. Aman Kumar Singh, Mr. Utsav singh Kushwaha won the First prize with a cash prize of 5,000 Rs/- in “EUREKA – Innovative idea-based contest” at IIT Kharagpur- KSHITIJ -2016
  4. Anupam Sinha and Mr. Dibya Prakash Sahoo, received the funding of 5.61 Lakhs from MSME, New Delhi to develop multipurpose Solar Cooler under the guidance of Mr. G. R.K.D. Satya Prasad,
  5. Mr. Rohan Rajveer Bagh, Mr. Ashish Mishra, Ms. Banaja Mohanty and Mr. Utsav singh Kushwaha, won the First prizewith a cash prize of 20,000 Rs/- in ENVIRON- An Inquisitive Case Analysis on Climate Change” at IIT- Kharagpur- KSHITIJ -2016. The unique achievement in this success is; among top 15 contestants in second round five teams from IIT’s, six teams from NIT’s, Two teams from JNTU’s, One from BITS, GOA
  6. Chandan Kumar; won the 3rd Prize in Technical paper presentation “conducted by IIT(BHU) – Varanasi.
  7. Sourabh Kumar; has won the cash prize of 3000 Rs/- in National level essay competition on “Clean Nuclear power” conducted by Babha Atomic Research Center on 28th October 2015.
  8. Mr. Rohan Rajveer Bagh, Mr. Ashish Mishra; Mr. Abhiskek Paul; won First prize in Best product category in MARKFEST – 2k16
  9. Sudipta Rudra, selected as Junior Research Fellow (JRF) for DRDO Funded Research Project.