About the Department:

The Department of Electrical Engineering is distinctly focused towards integrating academics with cutting edge technology in the field of electrical engineering. All efforts are subtly harnessed with the aim of preparing the budding engineers to face the challenging dimensions of technical excellence. The Department puts in consistent efforts for field exposure to students through various research- oriented projects taken up for meeting the industry demands. The Department offers a perfect blend of electrical, electronics and computer related courses to help students pursue a professional career or higher studies. We invite you to join us to put in best efforts for society.

The Department of Electrical Engineering offers a unique amalgamation of electrical, electronics and computer related courses enabling the students to pursue a professional career or higher studies in any of these broad areas. Since its inception, the department has touched new benchmarks in terms of quality education, research & development and industry tie-ups.

The infrastructure and lab facilities are upgraded from time to time to provide opportunities to students to learn and innovate and keep them in sync with the industry advancements. Regular seminars, conferences and guest lectures are organized to establish ties with the industry and encourage and promote research activities in order to integrate them with the teaching-learning process.


The Electrical Engineering Department is envisioned to promote teaching and learning activities for shaping the undergraduates in terms of academic and professional competence.


  1. Develop undergraduates into well rounded, educated, productive and ethical individuals.
  2. Educate students with a strong theoretical foundation, practical engineering skills, team work and critical thinking.
  3. Commitment of faculty in the areas of teaching, research, advising and service.
  4. Interdisciplinary interaction with other department of Vivekananda Institute of Technology East



To be best in professional career and/or higher education by acquiring good knowledge, ability and practice skill in electronics and communication engineering.


To develop attitude, good communication skills, leadership and team work in their profession and adapt according to lifelong learning.


To prepare graduates with vast theoretical and practical knowledge of fundamentals and to develop a level for professional competences

Program Outcomes


Apply knowledge of mathematics through probability; differential & integral calculus differential equations; linear algebra; and complex variables; in the context of electrical engineering problems


Knowledge of engineering sciences, necessary to analyze and design complex electrical and electronic devices, software, and systems containing hardware and software components, as  appropriate to electrical engineering.


Design systems in electrical area that meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.


Function in multidisciplinary teams to solve effective electrical engineering problems.


Understand professional and ethical responsibility.


Communicate effectively technical material both orally and in writing.


Receive the broad education necessary to demonstrate an understanding of the impact of electrical engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.


Demonstrate a re cognition of the need for, and engage in life-long learning.


Use modern engineering  techniques, skills, and computer-based tools for analysis and design”.


Ability to conceive and execute experiments, and interpret  results with insight appropriate to their training.

Faculty Members

Mr. Rohit Goyal M.Tech: Delhi Technological University, Delhi.
B.Tech:  MBM, Jodhpur
3 Ms. Vishakha M.Tech: MNIT, Jaipur
B.Tech: Rajasthan Technical University, Kota.
5 Ms. Isha BansalB.Tech: Government Women Engineering College, Ajmer, Rajasthan.
6 Mr. SawaI JakharB.Tech: VIT Campus, Jaipur
M.Tech: VGU Jaipur.
7 Ms. Suhani JainM.Tech: Madhav Institute of Technology & Science, Gwalior
B.Tech: Anand Engg. College, Agra.
4 Mr. Pawan BeniwalM.Tech:
4 Mr. Amit Kumar Yadav B.Tech: Uttar Pradesh Technical University, Lucknow.

Details of Laboratory in the department

ELECTRONIC DEVICES AND CIRCUITS LAB: The laboratory investigations in this manual are designed to demonstrate the theoretical principles of EDC. This lab includes P-N junction diode , V-I characteristic of zener diode , single stage amplifier , field effect transistor , clipper & clamper, two stage RC coupled amplifier , BJT in CB, CC and CE configurations, half wave rectifier and bridge rectifier.


ELECTRICAL MEASUREMENT LAB: The great majority of industrial processes and instruments rely on electrical measurements of one form or another. This lab deals with measurement of different instruments such as C.R.O., Measure power and power factor in 3-phase load by Two-wattmeter method and One-wattmeter method, Measurement of low resistance by Crompton potentiometer and Kelvin’s double bridge. Measurement of self-inductance using Anderson’s bridge


ELECTRIC MACHINES LAB: Electrical Machines Lab provides the essential facilities to the students to augment their concepts about the fundamentals of transformers and rotating machines. The lab is equipped with DC series/shunt motor, compound motor, universal motor, single-phase induction motor, single-phase transformer, three-phase induction motor, three-phase synchronous motor and three-phase transformer. The lab is equipped with various tests and monitoring equipment also.


POWER ELECTRONICS LAB: This lab addresses issues related to Alternate energy systems, power converters, PWM techniques and AC motor drives. Experiments and projects in this lab includes MOSFET and IGBT, TRIAC and DIAC, SCR, single-phase half wave controlled rectifier and full wave controlled rectifier with R and R-L load.


POWER SYSTEM LAB: Power system Laboratory comprises of protection, simulation, high voltage and machine related experiments. Facilities are available for overcurrent, undervoltege, directional, differential and distance relays including different numerical relays.


ADVANCED POWER ELECTRONICS LAB: This is the advance version of power electronics lab. Experiments and projects in this lab includes buck, boost and buck- boost regulators, AC voltage regulators, single phase PWM inverter, one, two and four quadrant choppers (DC-DC converters), single-phase cyclo converter, SCR DC circuit breaker etc.



Mr. Rohit goyal

  1. Rachana Garg, Priya Mahajan, Parmod Kumar, and  Rohit Goyal, “ Design of   unity power factor controller for three-phase induction motor drive fed from single phase supply”,  Journal of Automation and Control Engineering Vol. 2, No. 3, September 2014; ©2014 Engineering and Technology Publishing.

Ms. Vishakha

  1. Baharwani Vishakha, Meena Neetu, Sharma Arvind, Stephen Richie, “Comparative Performance Assessment of different Solar PV Module Technologies”. International Journal of Innovations in engineering and technology, Volume 5, issue 1, pg no. 230-235.
  2. Baharwani Vishakha, Meena Neetu, Sharma Arvind, Stephen Richie, Life Cycle Inventory and Assessment of different Solar Photovoltaic Systems. 2014 Power and Energy Systems: Towards Sustainable Energy (PESTSE 2014), 978-1-4799-3421-8114/$3l.00 ©2014 IEEE
  3. Baharwani Vishakha, Meena Neetu, Sharma Arvind, Stephen Richie, “Charging and discharging characteristics of Lead acid and Li-ion batteries”. Power and Energy Systems: Towards Sustainable Energy (PESTSE 2014), 978-1-4799-3421-8/14/$3l.00 ©20 14 IEEE
  4. 4.      Baharwani Vishakha, Meena Neetu, Dubey Alka, Brighu Urmila, Mathur Jyotirmay, “Need and Comparison of Energy Storage Technologies” – A Review. International Journal of Applied Engineering Research. ISSN 0973-4562, Volume 9, Number 2 (2014) pp. 177-184.
  5. Baharwani Vishakha, Meena Neetu, Dubey Alka, Biofuels: “Impact on Food Productivity, Land Use, Environment and Agriculture”, International Journal of Environmental Research and Development. ISSN 2249-3131 Volume 4, Number 1 (2014), pp. 9-16.
  6. Baharwani Vishakha, Meena Neetu, “Importance of Energy Storage in Smart Grid”, Advanced Research in Electrical and Electronic Engineering Print ISSN: 2349-5804; Online ISSN: 2349-5812 Volume 2, Number 2 October-December (2014) pp. 180-183.

Ms. Suhani Jain

  1. Suhani Jain, Dr. A.K.Wadhwani, Dr. Sulochana Wadhwani “Wavelet Transform and Back Propagation Neural Network: A Tool for Induction Motor Fault Detection and Classification”. International Journal of Engineering Research & Technology (IJERT), Vol.3, Issue 05, pp. 1097-1102, May 2014
  2. Suhani Jain, Dr. A.K.Wadhwani “ Preliminary Detection of Bearing Faults using Shannon Entropy of Wavelet Coefficients”  International Journal of Engineering & Research (IJERA) pp. 128-132, ICETMEE, 13-14 March 2014
  3. Suhani Jain, Dr. A.K.Wadhwani “Bearing Failure Diagnosis using Shannon Entropy of Wavelet Coefficients” National Conference on Innovations in Engineering. 22nd Feb 2014 under TEQIP Phase-II

Ms. Isha Bansal

  1. Jyotsna Singh, Isha Bansal, “Smart Grid- Opportunities and challenges”, ISSN 2349-5812 Volume 2,Number 4 January – March (2015) pp. 368-371.