Department at a Glance

The Department of ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING in Government Engineering College, Barton Hill was established in the academic year 2007, with an intake of 60 students offering an under graduate level B.Tech course (8 semesters) in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. A post graduate level M.Tech course was introduced with a unique specialization POWER SYSTEMS AND CONTROL in the year 2013 with an intake of 18 students. The admission to all the seats are based on merit and score obtained by the candidates in the qualifying examination (GATE). The department has a history of producing students who graduate with excellent performance in the Examinations conducted by the University of Kerala and A P J Abdul Kalam Kerala Technological University. 
Vision

Attain the zenith in Electrical and Electronics Engineering with emphasis on innovative research, design and development for the betterment of the society and nature.

Mission

Mould socially committed and dedicated professionals in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering through continuous learning that imparts technical expertise, leadership qualities, ethical standards and moral values.

Electrical and Electronics Engineering

Courses Offered:
Program Duration Affiliation Sanctioned Intake Year of Commencement
UG B. Tech(Electrical and Electronics Engineering) 4 years(8 Semesters) APJ Abdul Kalam Technological UniversityKerala 60 2007
PG M.Tech(Electrical and Electronics Engineering)Specialization: Power Systems and Control 2 years(4 Semesters) APJ Abdul Kalam Technological UniversityKerala 18 2013

The department has a history of producing students who graduate with excellent performance in the Examinations conducted by the University of Kerala and A P J Abdul Kalam Kerala Technological University. Majority of the eligible students are placed in various reputed National and International companies through campus placement drive of Career Guidance and Placement Unit of the college. Several students qualify for PG programs in IITs, NITs IIMs and top ranked foreign universities.

The programme curriculum is designed to provide engineering graduates adequate knowledge and skills required for a successful carrier in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.

The department takes special efforts in imparting value added technical education to the students. Continuous efforts are also being made to arrange lectures in advanced areas of Electrical and Electronics Engineering by eminent professors from IITs, NITs, IISc, IIST and experienced technical experts from industries like KSEB, KELTRON, VSSC, ER & DC, Electrical Inspectorate, Energy Management Centre etc. Along with the curriculum they are provided with analytical training by introducing different simulation packages like SIMULINK, etap, MiPower etc.

The M.Tech. course in Power Systems and Control is aimed at introducing latest development in the field Power Systems with due importance to Control Systems. Developments in smart grid technology, The department also gives emphasis to extracurricular activities of the students by training them for improving their leadership qualities, presentation skills, organizing skills etc from the entry level itself.

The various laboratories functioning in the EEE department are:
  1. Electrical and Electronics Workshop
  2. Electrical Machines Lab
  3. Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation Lab
  4. Power System Simulation Lab/Software Lab
  5. Power System Relays and Protection Lab
  6. High Voltage Lab – setting up in progress
  7. Power Electronics Lab
  8. System and Control Lab
  9. Digital Circuits Lab
  10. Electronic  Circuits Lab
  11. Microprocessor Lab

Faculty and Staff Position:

Posts Sanctioned Existing
Professor 1 1
Associate Professor 3 2
Assistant Professor 8 8
Adhoc Faculty 5 6
Trade Instructor 1 1
Tradesman 1 1
Tradesman (on contract) 7 7

Staff Advisors:

S2 EEE:

Prof. Ansarudeen H (9961021662)

Prof. Sreeja S (9447906670)

Prof. Shaini A P (9961816100)

S4 EEE:

Prof. Biji G (9496119870)

Er. Anumol George (9495505274)

Er. Visakhan R (9633121699)

S6 EEE:

Prof. Rajikrishna (9497421627)

Er. Lekshmi Sree V (9846886890)

S8 EEE:

Prof. Monish M (9447736688)

Er. Anzy Salam A (9526540242)

M2 EEE:

Prof. Remyamol N (9605489518)

Er. Femi Luke (9447445590)

M4 EEE:

Prof. Frieda Mohan (8547660914)

Er. Femi Luke (9447445590)

Program Educational Objectives (PEO’s)
PEO-1 To mould graduates well versed in various engineering concepts and make them capable of pursuing higher education by imbibing knowledge on applied mathematics, fundamental sciences and engineering principles.
PEO-2 To nurture socially committed professional team players with multidisciplinary talents, values, ethics, and communication skills to bridge the gap between engineering knowledge and societal needs.
PEO-3 To provide an excellent environment that fosters creativity, lifelong learning and leadership qualities which enables the students to contribute in the area of research and development as anticipated by the industry and the academia.
PEO-4 To impart broad and in-depth knowledge of Electrical and Electronics Engineering to address various technological challenges with focus on sustainable development.
Program Specific Outcomes (PSO’s)
PSO-1 Identify technical issues related to generation, transmission, and distribution of electric power and propose alternative feasible solutions.
PSO-2 Attain technical competence and confidence in design, develop, test, and implement Electrical & Electronics systems applying state-of-art technology with appropriate methods and tools.
PSO-3 Apply the theoretical concepts and practical skills in contributing technical solutions to socially relevant problems, considering socio-economic and environmental aspects.
 
Program Outcome’s (PO’s)
PO-1 Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems
PO-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.
PO-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
PO-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
PO-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.
PO-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.
PO-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
PO-8 Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
PO-9 Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings
PO-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.
PO-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
PO-12 Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change
Sl.No Name Designation Mobile E-mail
1 Dr. DineshPai A Professor & Head, EEE 9446101858 adpai@yahoo.com
2 Prof. K L Sreekumar Associate Professor, Dean (UG) 9446070050 sreekumarkl@yahoo.com
3 Dr. Arun Kishore W C Associate Professor 9496254061 wcakishore@gmail.com
4 Dr. Lekshmi A Assistant Professor 9495626946 alappatlekshmi@gmail.com
5 Prof. Smitha K S Assistant Professor 9495391329 smithakssarath@gmail.com
6 Prof. Shaini A P Asst. Professor 9961816100 shaini1016@gmail.com
7 Prof. Remya Mol N Asst. Professor 9605489518 remyanikariyil@gmail.com
8 Prof. Biji G Asst. Professor 9496119870 biji2engg@gmail.com
9 Prof. Monish.M Asst. Professor 9447736688 monishkply@gmail.com
10 Prof. Frieda Mohan Asst. Professor 8547660914 frieda_mohan@yahoo.co.in
11 Prof. Rajikrishna Asst. Professor 9497421627 rv_rajijayaraj@yahoo.com
12 Er. Alina C R Adhoc Faculty 9400723600 cralina965@gmail.com
Sl.No Name Designation Mobile E-mail
1 Sri. Bijuraj R S Trade Instructor 9495303236 bijupulimath@gmail.com
2 Sri. Shabi B S Tradesman 8547088759 shabibsaslam@gmail.com
3 Smt. Sreelatha B Tradesman (On Daily Wages) 9495208567 sreelethaharichand@gmail.com
4 Sri. Santhosh R S Tradesman (On Daily Wages) 9895263018 santhoshpullamala@gmail.com
5 Sri. Lijin Das P Tradesman (On Daily Wages) 8943839855 lijinvsdas@gmail.com
6 Er. Shirien M Tradesman (On Daily Wages) 8891466934 shiriensalam93@gmail.com
7 Sri. Jithin R Tradesman (On Daily Wages) 9497469199 jithinrnanniyode@gmail.com
8 Er. Reshmi A R Tradesman (On Daily Wages) 7356953460 reshminaksh91@gmail.com
9 Smt. Gurupriya Y S Tradesman (On Daily Wages) 9746568764 gurupriyays@gmail.com
10 Er. Karthika B R Apprentice (Graduate) 7356126820 karthikabr2013@gmail.com
11 Er. Gopika G Apprentice (Graduate) 9446550459 gopikag65@gmail.com

The various laboratories functioning in the EEE department

  1. Electrical and Electronics Workshop
  2. Electrical Machines Lab
  3. Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation Lab
  4. Power System Simulation Lab/Software Lab
  5. Power System Relays and Protection Lab
  6. High Voltage Lab – setting up in progress
  7. Power Electronics Lab
  8. System and Control Lab
  9. Digital Circuits Lab
  10. Electronic  Circuits Lab
  11. Microprocessor Lab

ELECTRICAL MACHINES LABORATORY

This laboratory is equipped with different types of DC Series and Compound Motors, Single and Three phase Induction Motors, Single and Three phase Transformers, Alternator, Motor-Generator sets etc. The machines are also provided with necessary loading arrangements for conducting various tests. Measuring instruments such as Voltmeters, Ammeters, Wattmeters, Tachometers etc of different ranges also available for conducting the tests on the machines as per the B.Tech curriculum.

ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONIC WORKSHOP

This lab is equipped with vast collections of various electrical accessories, electronics components, cathode ray oscilloscopes, multimeters, and other electronic meters. This lab provides hands on experience to the students for wiring simple and special electrical circuits, distribution board wiring, identification of electrical faults and its rectification, measurement of insulation and earth resistance, soldering of electronic circuits, simple electronic circuits etc. An electrical maintenance wing is also working in corporate with this laboratory which carries out all the electrical maintenance work in the college.

ELECTRONIC CIRCUITS LAB

Electronic Circuits Lab is an experimental laboratory that explores the design, construction, and debugging of analog electronic circuits. This subject covers circuit design using diodes, transistors, JFETs, op-amps, UJTs and opto-couplers. This lab aims to emphasize visual and intuitive circuit understanding and to create a practical and useful design experience. In the process, students will learn to understand and use a wide variety of analog circuits like oscillators, differentiating circuits, integrating circuits, clipping and clamping circuits, amplifiers and optocouplers.

DIGITAL CIRCUITS LAB

The objective of this lab is to perform rigorous experiments to consolidate basic knowledge in digital electronics. The topics covered include testing of ICs, realization of truth tables using logic gates, timer circuits design, design and use of synchronous and asynchronous counters, the design and realization of serial and parallel shift registers, Multiplexers, De-multiplexers, Multi-vibrators, Adders, Substractors, design and analysis of flip flops. This lab contributes primarily to the students’ knowledge of digital electronics, and does provide design experience.

ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION LAB

The Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation laboratory is equipped with Wheatstone’s Bridge, Kelvin’s double Bridge, Vernier Potentiometer, Slidewire Potentiometer, Sensitive Galvanometers, Standard Cells, Standard Resistances, Volt Ratio Boxes, Autotransformers, Power supplies , Cathode Ray Oscilloscopes , Function generators, DC and AC voltmeters and Ammeters, Multimeters, Loading Rheostats, Stop Watches, Wiring Tools etc. This laboratory provides familiarization of various electrical measuring devices, scheme of measurements of various electrical and electronic quantities and calibration of various electrical and electronic equipments.

MICROPROCESSOR LAB

Microprocessor lab is fully equipped to provide the students with an environment to implement and experiment knowledge acquired in the classroom. The lab is equipped with the facilities to conduct all the experiments with 8085 processors and 8086 processors including interfacing various devices like key board, LCD display stepper motor and elevators, ADC and DAC boards etc.
  • Electrical and Electronics Workshop

Prof. Sreeja S (Faculty In-Charge)

Prof. Shaini A P

Technical Staffs:

Sri. Shabi B S

Smt. Gurupriya Y S

  • Electrical Machines Lab

Prof. Frieda Mohan (Faculty In-Charge)

Er. Anumol George

Technical Staffs:

Sri. Biju Raj R S

Sri. Santhosh R S

Er. Shirien M

  • Electrical Measurements and Instrumentation Lab

Prof. Rajikrishna (Faculty In-Charge)

Er. Lekshmi Sree V

Technical Staffs:

Sri. Jithin R

  • Power Electronics Lab

Prof Ansarudeen H (Faculty In-Charge)

Er. Anzy Salam A

Technical Staffs:

Sri. Lijin Das P

  • Power System Simulation/Software Lab

Prof. Remyamol N (Faculty In-Charge)

Er. Alina C R

Technical Staffs:

Er. Shirien M

Er. Reshmi A R

  • Power System Relays and Protection Lab

Prof. Remyamol N (Faculty In-Charge)

Er. Alina C R

Technical Staffs:

Er. Shirien M

Er. Reshmi A R

  • Microprocessor Lab

Prof. Sreeja S (Faculty In-Charge)

Prof. Shaini A P

Technical Staffs:

Sri. Jithin R

  • Systems and Control Lab

Prof. Monish M (Faculty In-Charge)

Er. Visakhan R

Technical Staffs:

Smt. Sreeletha B

Er. Reshmi A R

  • DCS Lab

Prof. Biji G (Faculty In-Charge)

Er. Femi Luke

Technical Staffs:

Smt. Sreeletha B

  • ECS Lab

Prof. Biji G (Faculty In-Charge)

Er. Femi Luke

Technical Staffs:

Smt. Sreeletha B

  • High Voltage Lab (Setting up)

Prof. Remyamol N (Faculty In-Charge)

Er. Alina C R

Technical Staffs:

Sri. Lijin Das P

Research and Development

RESEARCH AREAS
  • Robust and Non-linear Control
  • Collision Avoidance in Robotic Applications
  • Guidance and Navigation of Aerospace Vehicle
  • Power Quality
  • Performance and Fault Analysis of Induction Motors
  • Speed control of Induction motors and BLDC motor Drives.
  • Power Electronics
  • Power System Stability
  • Renewable Energy sources etc.
FACULTY PUBLICATIONS
Publications Since 2011
2011
1 Anju R, Dr. Dinesh Pai A, “A New Control Scheme for Serial Input Parallel Output Multiple DC-DC Converter”, International Conference on Recent Innovations in Technology (ICRIT-2011),  10-12 February, 2011, RIT, Kottayam, INDIA
2 J S Savier, D Das, “Loss allocation to consumers before and after reconfiguration of radial distribution networks”, International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems, Vol.33 540-549 (2011)
3 Lekshmi A, “Performance comparison of a closed loop PMBLDC drive system with hysteresis and modified predictive current controllers”, AMSE International Journal on Modelling, Measurement and Control (Series A: General Physics and Electrical Applications), vol. 84, Issue 1, pp. 73-88 (2011)
2012
4 Sreethumol M V,Dr. Dinesh Pai A, “Observer based Sensorless Control of BLDC motor with DTC” at the International Conference (IRNET-2012), Recent Trends in Electrical, Electronics & Information Technology (ICEEI), 21st October, 2012, Trivandrum, INDIA.
5 J S Savier, D Das, “An exact method for loss allocation in radial distribution systems”, International Journal of Electrical Power and Energy Systems, Vol.36, pp. 100-106 (2012)
6 Lekshmi A, “Simulation and DSP Based Real Time Implementation of Closed Loop Variable Speed Operation of a BLDC Motor Drive System”, International Review on Modelling and Simulations, vol.5, no.5, pp. 2026-2035, October 2012
7 Lekshmi A, “Modelling and Simulation of PM Brushless DC Motor Based Spooler Drive System with Speed and Current Feedback”, International Review on Modelling and Simulations, vol.5, no.1, pp. 231-238, February 2012
2013
8 J S Savier, Smitha S D, Fossy Mary Chacko, “Energy management in smart buildings with intelligent control systems”, International Journal of Scientific and Engineering Research, Vol. 4, No.6 (2013)
2014
9 Lekshmi A, “Implementation of Predictive Current Controller using TMS320LF2407A DSP for Closed Loop Control of PMBLDC motor”, International Journal of Innovative Research in Electrical, Electronics, Instrumentation and Control Engineering, vol.2, Issue 8, pp. 1873-1879, August 2014
10 H Ansarudeen, “Advanced energy meter for prepaid energy distribution system”, NCET-2014, GECBH, August, 2014,
11 Frieda Mohan, Aparna Surendran, “Analysis and Simulation of Novel Soft Switching High Frequency Boost Converter”, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), ISSN: 2278-0181,  Vol. 3 Issue 4, pp 665-669, April – 2014
12 Frieda Mohan, Neethu Susan Kurian, “Performance Evaluation of Bridgeless High Power Factor Buck Front End”, International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), ISSN: 2278-0181,  Vol. 3 Issue 4, pp 224-227, April – 2014
13 Biji G, Vidyalekshmi, “High Efficiency AC-AC Boost Resonant Converter for Domestic Induction Heating”, International Scientific Journal on Science Engineering & Technology  Vol 17,No.04, May 2014,Page No.303-309
14 Biji G, Vidyalekshmi, “High Efficiency Resonant Converter topologies for Domestic Induction Heating”, 4th National Technological Congress Kerala, NATCON 20-21 February 2014.
2015
15 Ebin Joseph T, Sreethumol M V, Dr. Dinesh Pai A, “Speed Control of BLDC Motor Drive under DTC Scheme Using OC with Modified Integrator” at the International Conference on Technological Advancements in Power and Energy (TAP Energy), 24-26 June, 2015, Amritha School of Engg; Kollam, INDIA
16 Amrita A, Dr. Dinesh Pai A, “A Comparative Study of Controllers used for Interleaved Double Dual Boost Converter” International Conference on Control, Communication, and Computing (ICCC-2015), 19-21 November, 2015, ID: CTR41-1570199861 (pp: 101-106), College of Engineering, Trivandrum, INDIA.
17 Neema S, Dr. Dinesh Pai A, “Design & Evaluation of a Robust Closed-loop Control of Propofol Anesthesia”, National Conference on Technological Trends (NCTT-15), Sep/2015, ID: 1163, (pp: 857-862) College of Engineering, Trivandrum, INDIA.
18 P R Neenu, Dr. Dinesh Pai A, “Trajectory Tracking Control based on Adaptive Neural Dynamics of a Mobile Robot”, National Conference on Technological Trends (NCTT-15), Sep/2015, ID: 1274, (pp: 887-892) College of Engineering, Trivandrum, INDIA.
19 Najiya, Dr. Dinesh Pai A, “Introduction of Load Relief Feature in Attitude Control Law of Launch Vehicle”, National Conference on Technological Trends (NCTT-15), Sep/2015, ID: 51, (pp: 1105-1110) College of Engineering, Trivandrum, INDIA.
20 K L Sreekumar, G R Aswathy, “A bidirectional grid interface with buck-boost battery charger with grid-to-vehicle, vehicle-to-grid and vehicle-to-home technologies”, National conference on emerging technologies, GECBH, Sept. 2015.
21 K L Sreekumar, Prince A Basheer, “Controlling grid interconnection of distributed generation systems”, National conference on emerging technologies, GECBH, Sept. 2015.
22 K L Sreekumar, M D Jerit, “A novel power quality improvement method by voltage controlled D-STATCOM”, National conference on emerging technologies, GECBH, Sept. 2015.
23 H Ansarudeen, “Grid-tied PV battery inverter system with power availability based reconfiguration & Anti-islanding of embedded generators – a new approach”, NCET-2015, GECBH, September, 2015
24 Lekshmi A, “Modelling and Simulation of Vector Control of DFIG Using SEQUEL”,  International Journal of Applied Engineering Research (IJAER), Vol. 10, No. 16, pp. 36386-36394, (2015)
25 Vinod V, Rahul Charles C M, “Stator Flux  control of DFIG Based Wind Energy System with  BESS” – in IJAREEIE [International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering] volume 4, special issue 1 – March 2015
26 Sreeja S., Hablani HB, “ Precision Munition Guidance and Moving Target Position Estimation”, AIAA Guidance, Navigation and Control Conference, Kissimmee, Florida,  2015, DOI: 10.2514/6.2015-0092.
27 Sreeja S, Hablani H B, Arya H, “Precision Targeting in Guided Munition Using IR sensor and MmW Radar”, SPIE Security + Defence, Proceeding of SPIE, France, Proceedings Vol. 9653, 2015.
28 Frieda Mohan, Suja O,  “A Boost Converter with Voltage Multiplier for PV module with MPPT algorithm”, Proceedings of GECI Annual National Conference on Technological Trends 2015, pp. 422-426, 29-30 Sept 2015
29 Frieda Mohan, Revathy Rajan, “Photo Voltaic based single stage inverter using Cuk converter”, Proceedings of GECI Annual National Conference on Technological Trends 2015, pp. 417-421, 29-30 Sept 2015
2016
30 K L Sreekumar, Kalyani Gopakumar S, “Optimization and Energy Management in Smart Grids Integrating Energy Storage and PHEVs”, International Conference on Information Systems, Energy, Environment and Safety (ISEES 2016), 29-30 September 2016, Thiruvananthapuram, INDIA.
31 K L Sreekumar, Ammu Catherine Treesa, “Analysis of Single Phase Semi-Z-Source Inverter for Grid-Connected Photovoltaic System” International Conference on Information Systems, Energy, Environment and Safety (ISEES 2016), 29-30 September 2016, Thiruvananthapuram, INDIA.
32 Sreeja S, Hablani H B,“Precision Munition Guidance and Moving – Target Estimation”,  AIAA Journal of Guidance, Control and Dynamics, pp. 1-12, 2016, DOI: 10.2514/1.G000382.
33 Sreeja S, Hari B Hablani, Hemendra Arya,“Precision targeting in guided munition using IR sensor and MmW radar”, SPIE Journal of Applied Remote Sensing, Vol. 10, Issue.3, 2016, DOI: 10.1117/1.JRS.10.036002.
34 Sreeja S, Hablani H B, “Precision Munition Guidance and 2-D Target Position Estimation”, AIAA Guidance, Navigation and Control Conference, San Diego, 2016, DOI: 10.2514/6.2016-2113.
35 Biji G, “White Blood Cell Segmentation Techniques in Microscopic Images for Leukemia Detection”, International Journal on IOSR Journal of Dental and Medical Sciences, Vol 15,Issue 2, April 2016
36 Biji G, Lekshmi A, Shitha Shaju, “Design of Grid Synchronous Inverter using Single Source Dual Buck Cascaded Five-level Inverter for Microgrid”, International Conference on Information Systems, Energy, Environment and Safety (ISEES 2016) organized by Govt Engineering College Bartonhill Thiruvananthapuram during 29-30 September 2016.
37 Biji G, Lekshmi A, Anju J S, “Battery Life and Performance Enhancement Using Ultra-capacitor and its Significance in DC Microgrid for Power Quality Improvement”, International Conference on Information Systems, Energy, Environment and Safety (ISEES 2016) organized by Govt Engineering College Barton hill Thiruvananthapuram during 29-30 September 2016.
38 Monish M, “Day Ahead Charging Coordination Strategy for  Electric Vehicles”, International Conference on Information Systems, Energy, Environment and Safety-Emerging Scenarios ISEES-2016, Govt. Engineering College, Barton Hill, Thiruvananthapuram
39 Monish M, “Modified Step Up Resonant Converter for High Voltage Applications”, International Journal of Advanced Research Trends in Engineering and Technology, Mohandas College of Engineering & Technology, Thiruvananthapuram, (2016)
40 Monish M, “Single Stage Boosting Inverter with High DC Gain”, International Journal of Advanced Research Trends in Engineering and Technology, Mohandas College of Engineering & Technology, Thiruvananthapuram, (2016)
41 Raji Krishna, Geethika Ramesh K, “Design of switched capacitor bidirectional dc-dc convertor with reduced switch topology for HVDC system”, International Conference on Information Systems, Energy, Environment and Safety  (ISEES 2016)
42 Kavya Sree Chandran, “Simulation of Stepper Motor using Quasi Square Wave Input”, International Journal, IJERT,ISSN: 2278-0181, Vol.5, Issue 06, June 2016
43 Kavya Sree Chandran, “Kinematic Car Model Driven by Actuators”, International Journal, IJAREEIE, Vol. 5, Issue 07, July 2016
2017
44 K L Sreekumar, Sivaramnadh D P, “INTEGRATION OF ISOLATION IN AALBORG INVERTER FOR LOW VOLTAGE GRID TIED PHOTOVOLTAIC APPLICATION”, National Conference on Technological Trends (NCTT)-2017, College of Engineering Trivandrum, July 2017.
45 K L Sreekumar, Arun A Palavila, “AUTONOMOUS MICROGRID FOR RURAL VILLAGE ELECTRIFICATION”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Vol. 6, Issue 6, June 2017.
46 K L Sreekumar, Sivaramnadh D P, “Aalborg Grid-Tied Inverter for Photovoltaic Applications”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, Vol. 6, Issue 6, June 2017.
47 H Ansarudeen, Sarath N, “Reconfigurable Solar Converter for Residential PV-Battery Applications”, International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, IJAREEIE, ISSN:2278-8875, Vol.6, Issue 6, pp-4435, June 2017
48 Remya Mol N, “Active Power Factor Correction Based Improved Power Quality Switched Mode Power Supply”, Vol. 4, Special Issue 6, April 2017, pp-243-246International Journal of Advanced Research Trends in Engineering and Technology (IJARTET)
49 Remya Mol N, “Common-mode voltage compensation technique for the removal of ground leakage current in PV grid connected inverters”, Vol. 4, Special Issue 6, April 2017, pp-258-264, International Journal of Advanced Research Trends in Engineering and Technology (IJARTET)
50 Remya Mol N, “Power Quality Improvement in Switched Mode Power Supply”, 12th April 2017, pp-335-337, National Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Technology, NCRTET
51 Biji G, Dr. S Hariharan, “Leukocyte Segmentation and Classification Techniques for Leukemia Detection”, International Journal of Electronics, Electrical and Computational System IJEECS, ISSN 2348-117X Volume 6, Issue 5, May 2017
52 Biji G, Unnikrishnan S, “Power Quality Improvement of Single Phase Distribution System Using Hybrid Series Active Power Filter”, INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCED RESEARCH TRENDS IN ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY (IJARTET), ISSN 2394-3777(Print) ISSN 2394-3785(Online) Volume 4, Special Issue6, April 2017
53 Biji G, Dr. S Hariharan, “Leukocyte Segmentation and Classification Techniques for Leukemia Detection”, International Conference on New Frontiers of Engineering, Science, Management and Humanities (ICNFESMH-2017) at (NITTTR) National Institute of Technical Teachers Training & Research, Chandigarh, India (MHRD, Govt. of India), ISBN: 978-81-934083-0-8, 21st May 2017,
54 Biji G, “An Efficient Peripheral Blood Smear Image Analysis Technique For Leukemia Detection”, International Conference (I-SMAC 2017) organized by SCAD Institute of Technology during 10-11, February 2017
55 Biji G, Unnikrishnan S, “Single phase Series Active filter for Harmonic Elimination”, National Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Technology (NCRTET 2017), organized by Believers Church Carmel Engineering College 11th and 12th April 2017
56 Frieda Mohan, Sruthy T S, “Fast-Converging MPPT Technique for Photovoltaic System using dsPIC Controller”, 11th International Conference on Intelligent systems and Control (ISCO), pp. 205-209, 05-06, Jan 2017
57 Frieda Mohan, Anumol George, Remya L G, “Modified Grid Tied Inverter with Integrated Power Quality Improvement”, International Journal of Advanced Research Trends in Engineering and Technology (IJARTET),Vol. 4, Special Issue 6, pp252-257, April 2017.
58 Monish M, “PWM Based Single Stage Boosting Inverter”, National Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering and Technology 2017, Believers Church Caarmel Engineering College, Pathanamthitta

EEE-Consultancy/Testing Services

  1.  KIIFB Project on DPR preparation of 3 institutes (Dr. Dinesh Pai A)
    • Govt. Sanskrit College, Trivandrum
    • Govt. Women’s College, Trivandrum
    • Malayinkeezhu Madhavakavi Smaraka Govt. Arts & Science College, Trivandrum
  2.  Inspection of High Versatile Opto-Mechanical Projectors installed at Dome Theatre, Priyadarshini Planetarium, Trivandrum (Dr. Dinesh Pai A)
  3.  Inspection of write-off items at General Hospital, Trivandrum (Dr. Dinesh Pai A)
  4.  Electrical installation inspection of IISER, Trivandrum done by CPWD (Prof. Biji G)
  5.  Power monitoring at Magic Planet, Kazhakkuttom, Trivandrum through Power One Micro Systems, TVM (Prof. Ansarudeen H)
  6.  Power monitoring at Cochin Metro, Cochin through CDAC, TVM (Prof. Ansarudeen H)
  7.  LED Street Light Lamp Testing for Vellanad Grama Panchayat, Trivandrum (Prof. Monish M)
EEE-Rank Holders: UG: B. Tech (Electrical and Electronics Engineering)
Year University Rank Name
2013-14 2nd Harikrishnan R (CGPA:9.21)
9th Aravind M S (CGPA:9.01)
2016-17 1st Aswathy M P (CGPA:9.45)
4th Silpa Pradeep (CGPA:9.29)
5th Sruthy S R (CGPA:9.19)
PG: M.Tech (Power Systems and Control)
Year Rank Name
2014-15 1st Rahul Charles  C M (CGPA:9.41)
2nd Aswathy G R (CGPA:9.27)
3rd Anitha Mani (CGPA:9.12)
2015-16 1st Kalyani Gopakumar (CGPA:9.64)
2nd Sanooja Jaleel (CGPA:9.60)
3rd Ajaya A J (CGPA:9.21)
2016-17 1st Unnikrishnan S (GPA:9.63)
2nd Smruthy E T (GPA:9.22)
Remya L G (GPA:9.22)
3rd Reshma B (GPA:9.1)
Campus Placement Details (UG):
Company 2010-11 2011-12 2012-13 2013-14 2014-15 2015-16 2016-17 2017-18
MRF 1 - 1 1 1 1 - -
Wipro 40 7 - - - 1 2 -
IBM - - - 4 - - - -
Infosys - 26 26 10 - 1 - -
TCS - - - 1 35 25 14 10
Accenture 33 9 - - - - - -
Siemens - 2 - - - - - -
Mind Tree - 11 - - - - 1 -
UST Global 2 1 - 6 - 5 - -
HCL 3 - - - - - - -
Suntec - 1 2 1 1 - - -
MuSigma 2 1 - - - 1 - -
IBS - - 3 - 2 - 2 -
NeST - - - 4 - - - -
Robert Bosch 2 3 - - - - - -
CTS - - - 3 11 10 - -
PATNI 1 - - - - - - -
Tata Elxsi - 3 - 5 - - - -
Capgemini - - - 3 7 9 - -
Envestnet - - - - 1 - 5 1
Qburst - - - - 2 10 - -
Tismo - - - - - 2 - -
Athena Healt - - - - - 1 - -
Quest - - - - - - 4 5
Tranvancore - - - - - - 1 -
Tata Communication - - - - - - - 1
Total Placement 84 64 32 38 60 66 29 17
  Campus Placement Details (PG):
Company 2016-17 2017-18
TCS 3 2
Total Placement 3 2
Consultancy/Testing Services:
  1. KIIFB Project on DPR preparation of 3 institutes (Dr. Dinesh Pai A)
    • Govt. Sanskrit College, Trivandrum
    • Govt. Women’s College, Trivandrum
    • Malayinkeezhu Madhavakavi Smaraka Govt. Arts & Science College, Trivandrum
  2.  Inspection of High Versatile Opto-Mechanical Projectors installed at Dome Theatre, Priyadarshini Planetarium, Trivandrum (Dr. Dinesh Pai A)
  3. Inspection of write-off items at General Hospital, Trivandrum (Dr. Dinesh Pai A)
  4. Electrical installation inspection of IISER, Trivandrum done by CPWD (Prof. Biji G)
  5. Power monitoring at Magic Planet, Kazhakkuttom, Trivandrum through Power One Micro Systems, TVM (Prof. Ansarudeen H)
  6. Power monitoring at Cochin Metro, Cochin through CDAC, TVM (Prof. Ansarudeen H)
  7. LED Street Light Lamp Testing for Vellanad Grama Panchayat, Trivandrum (Prof. Monish M)

Contact

Dr. DineshPai A. Professor & Head, EEE Government Engineering College Barton Hill Kunnukuzhi,Thiruvananthapuram Pin-695035.