M.Tech – Electrical Power Systems (EPS)
SVEC’s Electrical & Electronics Engineering department was established in the year 1996. The department offers B.Tech. program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering (EEE) with an intake of 240. The department also offers M.Tech. Programs with specialization in Electrical Power Systems (EPS) and Power Electronics and Drives (PED) with an intake of 36 and 18 respectively. Both the B.Tech. (EEE) and M.Tech. (EPS) programs were accredited by NBA. In addition, the department has a Research center recognized by the affiliating university where research scholars work Full-Time and Part-Time.
The department houses well equipped laboratories, while the short-term training programs, seminars, workshops, guest lectures by experts and student fests create better learning scope for students. The department’s student body Electrical Technical Association (ETA) conducts career development programs, Seminars, Quiz, Industrial Visits, Paper Contests, Group Discussions, Guest Lectures, Career Guidance sessions and games to enhance interpersonal and intrapersonal skills of students.
To become the Nation’s premiere centre of excellence in electrical engineering through teaching, training, research and innovation to create competent engineering professionals with values and ethics.
- Department of Electrical Engineering strives to create human resources in Electrical Engineering to contribute to the nation development and improve the quality of life.
- Imparting Knowledge through implementing modern curriculum, academic flexibility and learner centric teaching methods in Electrical Engineering.
- Inspiring students for aptitude to research and innovation by exposing them to industry and societal needs to creating solutions for contemporary problems.
- Honing technical and soft skills for enhanced learning outcomes and employability of students with diverse background through comprehensive training methodologies.
- Inculcate values and ethics among students for a holistic engineering professional practice.
The Department is presently headed by Dr. T. Nageswara Prasad, who has an enormous teaching experience of 19 years and 9 years of research experience and is ably supported by a pool of faculty of which 13 are Ph.D. holders. The broad areas of faculty expertise include Power System Operation and Control, Power Electronics and Drives, Control Systems, Microgrid, Smart Grid etc.,