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About Electrical Engineering Department

The Department offers undergraduate program in Electrical Engineering. The program is aimed at imparting technical knowledge in the eld of Electrical Engineering. The major subjects in Electrical Engineering are Power systems, Electrical Machines and Drives, Control Engineering, Analog and Digital Electronics, Power Electronics, Microprocessors & Microcontrollers. The faculty members are experienced, well qualied and dynamic having wide range of experience in Teaching and Industry. The Laboratories are well equipped and having State of art facilities catering to the requirements of practical approach in the courses and is planned to provide testing and consultancy services to the industries.


To offer quality education in the field of civil engineering for transforming the students into competent technocrats along with professional ethics.


  1. To develop excellent academic environment through state of art laboratories, other infrastructural facilities, proficient faculty and staff members.
  2. To encourage and facilitate faculties to pursue higher education, research and training.
  3. To inculcate innovative sustainable practices among budding engineers to face ever-evolving challenges.
  4. To strengthen industry-institute linkages for knowledge sharing, experiential learning and entrepreneurial skill development.
  5. To nurture professional ethics, human values and contributory personality among faculties and students.

Program Outcomes (POs)

    Engineering Graduates will be able to:
  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 in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

    The Graduates will be able to:
  1. Comprehend fundamental knowledge and develop proficiency to analyze electrical engineering problems through hardware and software.
  2. To carry out design, testing and analysis through Power electronics Renewable source of energy and electrical vehicle studies.
  3. Work on multi-disciplinary project efficiently in a team as well as to lead a team in an organization or as entrepreneur.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

    The Graduates will be able to:
  1. Contribute in planning, analysis, design, estimation, execution, and management of engineering projects.
  2. Develop proficiency in solving real life developmental and societal problems.
  3. Adapt the changing professional practices and envisage life-long learning.
  4. Demonstrate leadership characteristic as a contributory personality.

Course Outcomes (COs) – One Sample Course

    Subject Name: Electrical Circuit Analysis
    Subject Code: 3130906
    Course Objective:
  • CO-1: Apply theknowledge of basic circuital law and simplify the network using reduction techniques.
  • CO-2: Analyze the circuit using Kirchhoff’s law and Network simplification theorems.
  • CO-3: Infer and evaluate transient response, Steady state response, network functions.
  • CO-4: Obtain the maximum power transfer to the load, and Analyze the series resonant and parallel resonant circuit.
  • CO-5: Evaluate two-port network parameters.

Prof. Piyush Miyani

Welcome to the Department of Electrical Engineering. The electrical engineering department is enriched with a well-equipped laboratory and classroom with projector facilities. Our faculty members are specialized in Power Electronics & Drives and Electrical Power Systems. As we know, electricity is an inevitable part of our lives. Nowadays, due to the depletion of fossil fuels and the increase in pollution, the world has started adopting renewable energy sources such as solar photovoltaic systems. Electrical vehicles are also starting due to the increase in the rate of fuel. Thus, the skills required are changing day by day for the engineers to fit in the industry. To match with the changed structure of power generation, the institute has two extraordinary centres namely the anchor institute of solar energy (AISE) and solar research and development laboratory (Solar R & D) where students will learn all the practical aspects of renewable energy sources. Department has a dynamic faculty member who is dynamic and always ready to help students with their overall development. To prepare students as per the demand of the industry, the institute has a Siemens centre of excellence. The centre is fully equipped with practical setups for hands-on training where the students can undergo additional courses such as PLC, SCADA, Process and Instrumentation, Low voltage switchgear free of cost. In addition, the institute has also started a minor degree in various topics such as Solar Energy Systems, 3 D Printing, and Next-Generation Smart Village where students will earn a minor degree in addition to an electrical engineering degree. The minor degree will help the students for a career in the industries which require the knowledge and practical skills of solar energy. With exposure to such great facilities, the students gain invaluable practical knowledge enabling them to meet the human talent requirements of the industry. I wish all the students a better prospective career.

Teaching Faculty

Prof. Piyush Miyani

Head of Department

Prof. Dhaval Suthar

Assistant Professor

Prof. Vishal Koriya

Assistant Professor

Prof. Kashyap Gadhiya

Assistant Professor

Dr. Ritesh Patel

Assistant Professor

Electrical Labs

Electrical & Electronic Measurement Lab

This laboratory is enriched with components like Transistors, Various ranges of Carbon Resistors, Variable Pots, Various Colour LEDs, Relays, Transformers, Digital ICs, Analog ICs, Bread Boards, Solder Irons, Diodes, Power Devices etc.

Electrical Machines Lab

The laboratory is equipped with AC and DC Machines, Special Machines and Transformers includes shunt and series dc generators and motors, 3 phase induction motors, synchronous motor, alternators, BLDC drive etc.

Circuit and Network Lab

This laboratory is equipped with modules kits for verification of network laws and theorems like Thevenin’s Theorem, Norton’s Theorem, Super Position Theorem, Maximum Power Transfer Therorm, Tellegen’s Theorem, Two Port Network, Two Port Ladder Network, etc.

Elements of Electrical Engineering Lab

Laboratory having various trainer kits for verification of basic electrical engineering laws and theorems like Kirchhoff’s Laws, Two Wattmeter Method, Resonance, Capacitor Charging and discharging.

Power Electronics Lab

It is equipped with inverters trainer, IGBT, UJT, SCR and MOSFET Characteristics Trainer, AC voltage controllers, Chopper Trainer, Rectier Trainers, DC drives, Digital Storage Scopes, Function Generators and Workstation

Microprocessor & Micro controller Lab

The students learn about using 8085 for controlling purpose in various engineering applications. This laboratory is equipped with various trainer kits for 8085 based microprocessor and 8085 based interfacing, dc motor speed control.

Commissioning of Electrical Lab

In the broad field of Electrical Engineering, various equipment and systems are used to cater to the application for Electrical power generation, transmission, distribution, control, instrumentation and domestic application. Each one of the products/ equipment requires a wide variety of tests and hence a need of specialized testing facility (Laboratory).

Simulation &Computation Lab

Laboratory soft-wares like MATLAB, MIPOWER, PSIM are useful for performing simulation and programming based practical likes load flow study, ShortCircuit Study, Transient Stability Study, Economic Dispatch, Relay Co-ordination, Harmonic analysis, Voltage Instability Analysis, Dynamic stability study with Network Reduction, Performance of transmission line, FACTS devices, Performance analysis of Various Drive systems and Time Response of Control Systems, DC Motor Modeling, Plotting of Root Locus, Bode Plot, Nyquist Plot, PI Controller for Closed Loop System.

Analog Electronics Lab

The laboratory sessions under this course on analog electronics also give them the opportunity to design and test the working of their own electronic circuits. Thus, the overall goal of this laboratory is to be an essential component in the learning of the practical aspects of Analog Electronic circuit functioning, implementation as well as being familiar with common mistakes while assembling such circuits.

Digital Electronics Lab

Digital electronic Laboratory is used for teaching various combinational logic circuits, sequential logic circuit and to carry out class and design projects based on digital electronics. It is equipped with sophisticated measuring instrument like oscilloscope, DC power supplies, and various trainer kits for verification of digital electronics based practical.

Basic Electronics Lab

Basic electronic Laboratory is used primarily for teaching linear, nonlinear electronics devices, basic circuit and to carry out class and design projects. It is equipped with sophisticated measuring instrument like oscilloscope, DC power supplies, function generator and various trainer kits for verification of basic electronics principle, theorem and law.

Industrial Instrumentation Lab

Industrial instrumentation is an art of science for measurement, control and monitoring various electrical and nonelectrical parameters in industries. This laboratory will engage students for rigorous experimental learning in the field of Industrial instrumentation. This laboratory is also facilitated with basic and advance measuring instrument as well as testing kit.

Department Activities


Prof. Deepak Joshi had organize one week Workshop on "Basic of PLC" on 15th may 2018.
Prof.Anshul Awasthi & Prof. Dhaval R Patel had organize Two Day Workshop on "Induction Motors" on august 1st and 2nd, 2017
Prof.Anshul Awasthi & Prof. Dhaval R Patel had organize Systematic review of Power electronics Converters and its design on 30th January to 2nd February, 2017
Prof.Ashvin G. Patel, Prof. Anshul Awasthi, Mr. Kiran patel, Mr. mahedra Makwana & Mr Jyotin Patel had organize workshop titled "Three Days Workshop "Hands on Practice of Electrical Apparatus" on 6th to 8th September 2017
Prof. Hema Mehta Organised 3 days workshop for 7th semester students titled "Computational techinques for Electrical Engineering
Prof. Piyush Miyani & Prof. Sanjay patel Organised 3 day workshop for 5th semester students titled" Arduino Programming and its application on 3rd to 5th august 2017


Prof. Deepak Joshi Organise 1 day Seminar for "Solar Photovolatic system Mircogrid & Electic Vehicle" on 12th July 2018.

Expert Lectures


Industrial Visit

Industry Name Date Semester Total Students Co-ordinator
ABB Ltd, Vadodara & SLDC,Gotri 03/10/2019 to 05/10/2019 4th, 6th & 8th 42 Prof. Hema Mehta
ABB Ltd, Vadodara & SLDC,Gotri 19/03/2019 8th 36 Prof. Hema Mehta
400kv substation ,vadavi 25/02/2019 6th 34 Prof. Hema Mehta
Solar park ,Charankha 31/01/2019 4th 07 Prof. Piyush Miyani
Adani port and power plant 09 & 10/07/2018 3rd, 5th & 7th 73 Prof. Hema Mehta
Prof. Deepak Joshi
Kokila Electrical 09 & 08/07/2018 3rd 40 Prof. Deepak Joshi
Mehsana Dairy & Food Limited 23/03/2018 6th & 8th 39 Prof. Sanjay Patel
Prof. Ashvin Patel
Mr. Jyotin Patel
Mr. Kiran Patel
Sardar sarovar dam kevadiya colony 10/02/2018 4th 29 Prof. Sanjay Patel
Mr. Jyotin Patel
Ultra Mega Power Project (TATA Power Ltd.), Mundra 13 to 15/10/2017 7th 35 Prof. Sanjay Patel
Prof. Dhaval Patel
400 Kv SS, Vadavi 06/10/2017 7th 33 Prof. Sanjay Patel
Prof. Dhaval Patel
Gujarat Solar Park, Charanka 18/08/2017 5th 37 Prof. Sanjay Patel
Prof. Deepak Joshi
Kokila Electricals, Vijapur 21/07/2017 3rd 27 Prof. Ashwin Patel
Prof. Piyush Miyani
Rural Electrification,AT Dholasan 28/03/2017 8th 50 Prof. Ashwin Patel
Prof. Sanjay Patel
400 Kv SS, Vadavi 25/01/2017 8th 31 Prof. Ashwin Patel
Prof. Sanjay Patel
EQDC & Veer Electronics, Gnadhinagar 04/02/2017 6th 30 Prof. Anshul Awasthi
Thermal Power Station, Wanakbori 24/03/2017 4th 30 Prof. Sanjay Patel
Thermal Power Station, Wanakbori 05/03/2016 4th 41 Prof. Sanjay Patel
Prof. Rachna Patel
Hydro Power Plant, Kevadiya Coloni, Saradar Sarovar 26/2/2016 6th 59 Prof. Jayendra Patel
Prof. Hema mehta
KOKILA ELECTRICALS, Vijapur 24/9/2015 3rd 35 Prof. A.G.Patel
Prof. R.D.Sathvara
E.R.D.A,Vadodara 24/8/2015 7th 56 Prof. KIrti Prajapati
Prof. Ankit Patel
Indo German Tool Room, Ahmedabad 1/8/2015 5th and 7th 50 Prof. D. R. Patel
400 KV substation, PGCIL, Dehgam, Gandhinagar 12/04/2015 8th 65 Prof. A.G.Patel
Prof. Hema Mehta
ABB, Baroda 03/01/2015 7th 50 Prof. Jayendra Patel
Prof. Prashant Bhavsar
400 KV Soja Substation 22/9/2014 7th 75 Prof. A.G.Patel
Prof. Prashant Bhavsar
Amrut Engineering Pvt. Limited, Visnagar 16/09/2014 4th 65 Prof. Manish Prajapati
Prof. Kirti Prajapati
Electrotherm India Limited, Ahmedabad 10/04/2014
6th 48 Prof. Jayendra Patel
Thermal Power Station, Wanakbori 01/03/2014 4th 70 Prof. Sanjay Patel
KOKILA ELECTRICALS, Vijapur 28/02/2014 4th 70 Prof. Sanjay Patel
Prof. Jayendra Patel
Hydro Power Plant, Kevadiya Coloni, Saradar Sarovar 13/04/2013 2nd 59 Prof. Sanjay Patel
KOKILA ELECTRICALS, Vijapur 01/10/2012 3rd 66 Prof. A.G.Patel
Prof. Jayendra Patel
Thermal Power Station, Wanakbori 12/10/ 2012 3rd 66 Prof. Jayendra Patel
Prof. Sanjay Patel
Dudhsagar Dairy, Mehasana 3/9/2012
1st 60 Prof. A.G.Patel
Prof. Hema Mehta

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