Ph.D in Electrical Engineering
Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs):
Design and develop innovative products and services in the field of electrical engineering and allied engineering disciplines
Apply the knowledge of electrical engineering to solve problems of social relevance, pursue higher education and research
Work effectively as individuals and as team members in multidisciplinary projects
Engage in lifelong learning, career enhancement and adopt to changing professional and societal needs
Programme Outcomes (POs):
Analyze the complex engineering problems by using the first principles of Mathematics and Engineering fundamentals.
Specify, design and analyze systems that efficiently generate, transmit and distribute electrical power
Analyze and design modern power electronic circuits
Understand the principles and construction of electrical machine and determine their performance through testing
Specify, design and implement analog and digital signal processing systems using the state of the art components and software tools.
Design controllers for electrical and electronic systems to improve their performance
Understand how the organizations work, generate wealth, and manage their finances.
Work in a team using common tools and environments to achieve project objectives and communicate ideas.
Understand and practice professional ethics in functioning.
Pursue life-long learning as a means of enhancing the knowledge and skills necessary to contribute to the betterment of their profession and community.
- Course Structure And Syllabus
Department: Electrical Engineering
Programme: Ph.D in Electrical Engineering
Year I Semester I
|Course Code||Course Title||L T P C|
|EE 7001||Non-Conventional Electrical Energy Systems||3 0 0 3|
|EE 7009||Optimal Control Systems||3 0 0 3|
|EE 7010||Renewable Power Generation Technologies||3 0 0 3|
|EE 7011||Modeling and analysis of Electrical machines||3 0 0 3|
|EE 7012||Power Quality||3 0 0 3|
|EE 7013||Condition monitoring of High Voltage Equipment||3 0 0 3|
|EE 7014||High Voltage Equipment||3 0 0 3|
|EE 7015||Power System Protection||3 0 0 3|
|EE 7016||Power electronics drives||3 0 0 3|
|EE 7017||System theory||3 0 0 3|
|MBA 7204||Research Methodology*||3 0 0 3|
It is compulsory to opt 4 courses giving a total credit of 12. Out of these courses, * is compulsory course.