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B.Tech - EN & EE

The EN & EE Engineering programme at the department of EN provides the students with and excellent EE/EN knowhow and prepares them for success in their field. The EN programme gives a sound theoretical and practical foundation in engineering analysis and design methodologies that underpin existing and emerging electrical and electronics engineering technologies.

Eligibility Criteria

Admission for 85% of the total seats will be done by A.K. Technical University through entrance Examination. (UPSEE - 2019).

Rest 15% seats will be filled by the management of the college on the basis of merit and criteria decided by A.K. Technical University Lucknow.

Qualified candidates, who have clearly passed intermediate examination of U.P. Board or 10 + 2 level examination or its equivalent from any recognized Board / University and securing minimum 50% marks (45% marks for SC/ST Category candidates ) without grace marks.

Placed Students of B.Tech - EN & EE
Jhumpal Verma
Shivendra Singh
Shivam Upadhyay
Adarsh Pratap Singh
Archita Tripathi
Adarsh Pratap Singh
Nishant Kumar Singh

Jhumpal Verma - JARO EDUCATION

Shivendra Singh - ADANI POWER

Shivam Upadhyay - ADANI POWER

Adarsh Pratap Singh - ADANI POWER

Archita Tripathi - EXTRAMARKS

Adarsh Pratap Singh - ADANI POWER

Nishant Kumar Singh - EXTRAMARKS

Department of EN & EE

HOD : Prof. Kripa Shankar Singh
Designation : Prof. & HOD
Mobile No : 9455072372
Email Id :

List of Faculty Members:

S.No. Name Designation
1 Mr. Amit Kumar Asst. Prof.
2 Mr. Satyavir Singh Asst. Prof.
3 Mr. B. K. Verma Asst. Prof.
4 Mr. Sunil Kr. Singh Asst. Prof.
5 Mrs. Sandhya Shrivastava Asst. Prof.
6 Ms. Ankita Khare Asst. Prof.
7 Mr. Gaurav Pandey Asst. Prof.
8 Mr. Roopesh Singh Asst. Prof.
9 Mr. Shubham Verma Asst. Prof.
10 Md. Sarfraz Alam Asst. Prof.
11 Mr. Bhupesh Kr. Pal Asst. Prof.
12 Mr. Himanshu Bhushan Asst. Prof.
13 Mr. Satyendra Kr. Gupta Asst. Prof.
14 Mr. Dheeraj Shukla Asst. Prof.
15 Mr. Rajvardhan Jigyasu Asst. Prof.
16 Mrs. Kalpana Kureel Asst. Prof.
17 Ms. Shipra Pandey Asst. Prof.
18 Mr. Varun Prakash Singh Sr. Lecturar

Lab Superintendents:

S.No. Name
1 Mr. Ashish Sinha
2 Mr. V. C. Pal

Lab Instructors:

S.No. Name
1 Mr. D. D. Gupta
2 Mr. Kamlesh Vishwakarma
3 Mr. Komal Yadav

Lab Technicians:

S.No. Name
1 Mr. Sanjay Mishra
2 Mr. Shrikant Pandey
3 Mr. Akhilesh Kumar
4 Mr. Ramdas Shailu
5 Mr. Suneet Mishra

Office Executives:

S.No. Name
1 Mr. Ashok Kumar Tiwari
2 Mr. Ashish Kumar

List of Lab: (Odd Semester) (EN & EE):

S. No. Sub. Code Name of Lab
2nd year    
1. KEE-352 Electrical Measurement & Instrumentation Lab
2. KEE-353 Electrical Workshop
3rd year    
1. REE-551 Electrical Machines-II
2. REE-553 Control System Lab
3. REE-554 Software Based Power System Lab
4th year    
3. REN/REE-751 Industrial Automation & PLC Lab
4. REN/REE-752 Power System Lab
5. REN/REE-754 Project-1

List of Lab: (Even Semester)(EN & EE):

S. No. Sub. Code Name of Lab
2nd year    
1. KEE-452 Electrical machine-I Lab
3rd year    
1. REE-661 Power Electronics Lab
2. REE-664 Electrical Design & Fabrication Lab
4th year    
1. REN/REE-851 Project

List of Medalists:

1. Ms. Jyoti Gupta
2. Ms. Tanu Singh
3. Mr. Sagar Verma
4. Ms. Prathana
5. Ms. Sama Parveen
6. Mr. Abhay Dwivedi
7. Mr. Adarsh Pratap Singh

List of Top 10 Meritorious Students in UPTU/ AKTU:

1. Mr. Vijay Kr. Tewari
2. Ms. Poorva Pandey
3. Ms. Shraddha Shukla
4. Ms. Shivangi
5. Mr. Niteesh Pandey
6. Ms. Ankita Mishra
7. Mr. Mohit chandra
8. Ms. Priya Singh
9. Ms. Mini Khandelwal
10. Ms. Sakshi Kumari
11. Ms. Shikha Somvanshi
12. Ms. Vartika Gupta
13. Ms. Vatsala Nautiyal
14. Ms. Shivani Singh
15. Mr. Rishabh Pandey
16. Ms. Apoorva Singh

List of Honors:

1. Shri Paramanand Singh Son of Anil Kr. Singh, student of EN has secured 17th rank in UPPCS whose final result announced in 2019 and joined as Deputy Collector in Dist. Chandauli, UP in 2019.
2. Mr Prakhar Dixit (141221040) EN won 1st prize in the competition of speech on Vivekanand in Lucknow University arranged by VIVEKANAND KENDRA KANYAKUMARI at LUCKNOW.
3. Mr. Gaurav Shrivastava (GATE-2019 AIR 27).

List of Industrial Visits:

1. Haidergarh Sugar Mill Barabanki
2. Vrindavan Bottlelling Plant, Barabanki
3. Rosa Power Plant Shahjahanpur
4. UPPTCL, 400 KV substation Unnao, UP
5. Amul Milk Products, Lucknow

List of Workshops:

1. Smart HMI based Industrial Automation
2. Unicon PLC Automation
3. Industrial Control Network

List of Guest Lectures:

1. Power Plant Engineering by Er. Gyan Chand, DGM at Baghauli Sugar and Distillery, Hardoi
2. Simulation Based Techniques by Mr. Anurag Banoudha Director, Ebrains Techno Solutions PVT. LTD. Lucknow
3. Electrical Power Transmission and Distribution System in UP by Prof. K. S. Singh HOD EN & EE Department SRMGPC, Lucknow.
4. Advancement in Power Electronics, by Mr. Vijay Kumar Tewari, Assistant Professor Rajkiya Engineering College Kannauaj,
5. Network Analysis and use of Control Sytem, by Mohammed Waris Senan, Asstt. Professor, JIT, Barabanki will conduct the Guest Lecture on above topic.
6. Machine Learning Algorithms in Identification of Power Quality Events, conducted by Prof. Dr. Stuti Shukla Datta, Professor Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Amity School of Engineering, Lucknow.
7. Solar PV design on MATLAB / Hardware Specification, conducted by Mr. Anand Kumar Maurya Embedded Engineer, Sofcon Lucknow.

List of Research Paper:

S.No. Title of the Paper Name of conference/ Journal Name of Author
1 Review of various Artificial Intelligence Techniques and its applications International Conference on Startup Ventures: Technology Developments

and Future Strategies (SV-TDFS)


ISBN 978-81-938236-5-1
Mr Rajvardhan Jigyasu
2 A Signal Power Based Feature Extraction and Classification method using SVM for Induction Motor Faults RSRI
Conference on Materials and Computational Intelligence

3 Multiple Faults Diagnosis of Induction Motor Using ANN 2nd International Conference on Advanced Informatics for Computing Research



1865-0937 (electronic)


ISBN 978-981-13-3140-4 (eBook)
4 A Review of Condition Monitoring and Fault Diagnosis Methods for Induction Motors International Conference on Intelligent Computing and Control Systems - ICCS 2018

5 Bearing Fault Diagnosis Using Weighted K-Nearest Neighbor International Conference on Trends in Electronics and Informatics 2018


DOI: 10.1109/ICOEI.2018.8553800
6 Bearing Fault Diagnosis using Frequency Domain Features and Artificial Neural Networks International Conference on Information and Communication Technology for Intelligent Systems 2018


ISSN 2190-3018

ISSN 2190-3026 (electronic)

ISBN 978-981-13-1746-0

ISBN 978-981-13-1747-7 (eBook)
7 Analysis on harmonic reduction of six switch converter connected to grid through photovoltaic generation. National Conference on Innovation in Electrical Engineering
8 Power Tracing in a deregulated power system: IEEE-14 bus case International journal of computer technology and applications.Vol3(3) pp.887-894 Mr Satyavir Singh
9 Impact of FACTS devices on congestion charges in LMP based market International journal of emerging technologies and advanced engineering, Vol 2(9), sep. 2012, pp. 457-462
10 Implementation of unified power flow controller for wheeling charges reduction in deregulated power system published in international journal of emerging technologies and advanced engineering Vol.3(2), feb. 2013, pp-707-714
11 Fractional FREQUENCY TRANSMISSION SYSTEM published in international journal of emerging technologies and advanced
12 Power quality improvement of grid connected variable speed wind energy conversion system Proceeding of international conference on “ Computing communication and Technology IC4 T 2016” Mr Anil Kumar and Prof. K.S. Singh
13 Role of Engineer in developing India The institute of engineer India U.P. State Lucknow Prof. K.S. Singh
14 Digital Controller Design using soft switching ZCT fourth order boost converter International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering Ms. Ankita Khare
15 Protection and Energy management of Zero Net Energy Clusters of building. 4th SCES IEEE UP Section Mr. Gaurav Pandey
16 Smart DC grid for Autonomous ZNE Energy Clusters of buildings. 9th International Federation of Automatic Control, CPES IIT Delhi.
17 Internal Model based Current control for Grid Integrated Solar Photovoltaic 7th International Conference on Power System, IEEE Pune Section
18 LOSS REDUCTION METHOD IN DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM International Journal of Emerging Technology and Advanced Engineering MRs. Sandhya Shrivastava
19 Solar portable charger for mobile phone device using the solar energy as a source of electric power International advance research journal in science Engineering and technology Mr Satyendra Kumar Gupta

List of Projects:

Smart Industry system through voice recognition technique and IOT

In this project Security system exploitation using micro controller and IOT has been done. The system is suitable for remotely controlling the home appliances. The system may be employed in many places like banks, hospitals etc. The project has proposed the smart industry that can support a lot of industry automation systems. A industry contain a connection between wireless communication, sensors monitoring and tracking. Smart industries are a huge that includes multiple technologies and application that can be used to provide security and control off the industry easily.

This project discussed the designed modules like sensors circuits monitoring and tracking if the industry trough IP camera mobile notifications and industry navigator.

In this project, an efficient approach for smart industry was proposed and implemented. C programming language and ATMEL AVR micro controller have been used to connect the sensors circuit to the industry and to control the IP camera.


Load Sharing of Transformer based on Micro controller

The idea of implementation of this project is that if load on one transformer is increases then the relay will sense the change in current & micro controller operates & slave transformers comes automatically in operation to share the load. The work on “Automatic load sharing of transformers” is successfully designed, tested and a demo unit is fabricated for operating three transformers in parallel to share the load automatically with the help of change over relay and relay driver circuit and also to protect the transformers from overloading and thus providing an uninterrupted power supply to the customers.

This project reduces the manual work for sharing the load of transformer. Also, provide the reliable power to the consumer by using the load, sharing of the transformer with another transformer, it increases the efficiency of the system. Using provide the solution for the fault on the line and continues electricity provide to urn the loads. This will have done automatically. Increase the life of the transformer and to make the system efficient.


Automated Library System with help of Robotic arm

This project will provide better service at input as well as output of library, in more elaborate form you have to just select the book at book issue counter book will come automatically to your end. This would reduce the user efforts and save time, in this project we will implement practical knowledge of mechanical engineering. The goal of his project, library automation is tho automatically issue books and important fact is that it provides security against theft.

Mobile operated robotic mopper:

The product thus developed is fully operational and gives desired motion. It is being tested in a room which results in successful outcome. The scrubber design should be modified in future because the current design has few problems. Few of those are the motor is not detachable and the high rpm leads to vibration of the whole system. If these features will be modified, this will work well.

Bluetooth module helps to enhance its performance by proper communication between user and robot. Moreover in certain scenario, it is necessary for the robot to run more than once through the floor to ensure complete cleaning. Also future researches and updates can be ensured to keep the robot developed by more efficient path routing method and research on using other sensors for detecting waste and obstacles can be able to bring more improvising too. Also, automatic charging process using wireless can be implemented as well as the advancement in speed change mechanism.



This project is designed to provide a soft and smooth start to a 3 phase induction motor. The three phase induction motor during the initial starting condition draws up much higher current than its capacity and the motor instantly reaches the full speed. This results in a mechanical jerk and high electrical stress on the windings of the motor. Sometimes the windings may get burnt. The induction motor should start smoothly and gradually catch up the speed for a safer operation. This project is designed to give a soft start to the induction motor based on the SCR firing triggered by heavily delayed firing angle during starting and then gradually reducing the delay till it reaches zero voltage triggering. This results in low voltage during start and then gradually to full voltage. Thus the motor starts slowly and then slowly picks up to full speed. This project consists of a six anti-parallel SCRs, two for each phase, the output of which is connected to a set of lamps representing the coils of a 3 phase induction motor Output from the comparators is fed through opto-isolators to trigger the SCRs.

Further the project can be enhanced by using IGBTs in place of SCRs with PWM control to reduce harmonic distortions often encountered in SCR triggering mechanism.



This thesis induces comparative analysis of DC-DC Boost Converters in which we compare two DC-DC boost converters. One with transformer and other without transformer and conclude that output voltage obtained from converter with transformer is approximately two times of output voltage obtained in converter without transformer and it also has high powerr rating. But the drawback of DC-DC Boost Converter with transformer is losses is more in this converter due to presence of transformer and hence has an efficiency of approximately 92.5% which is low as compare to DC-DC Boost converter without transformer which transformer which has an efficiency of approximately 98.5%.

From the simulation results it is found that in case of the boost converters, the desired output voltages can be obtained by selecting proper values of inductor, capacitor and switching frequency. All of these individual theories were difficult for anyone to grasp primarily and putting them collectively in the simulator which was extremely puzzling. But it has been done most excellent to formulate an outstading scheme dissertation with affluent in its contest. At each stage, targets were set to acquire the necessary skills to meet the criteria of the research and design the circuits for implementation into the software simulation. This research gives the opportunity to study new skills and raise valuable knowledge in circuit designing and problem solving skills which has greatly enriched knowledge and understanding through the erudition route which may help one in for the further progression.



We have successfully met our design goals and demonstrated autonomous flight. The main objective of this was to model and control a quadrotor prototype, having a tri axis accelerometer and a compass as its sensors. In the first phase of this, objectives were defined for the quadrotor design, and based o them a study was carried out on the electronics that would be part of the aircraft. This analysis resulted in the construction of a quadrotor capable of achieving a flight. Knowing the characteristics of our quadrotor, we proceeded to the modeling of the aircraft’s dynamics for implementation of the resulting equations in a computer simulation environment. Thus, we found that the system is completely controllable when all states are available. Joystick and the quadrotor’s control unit, the Arduino. Unfortunately, the quadrotor displayed an unstable behavior, It was assumed that the lackof inclusion of the Pulse Width Modulation signal resolution in the simulations could be the reason why this instability had not been foreseen. After introducing this new element in the simulation, we found nevertheless that the controller could still drive the system to the intended reference, although with a little more difficulty. This information led us to analyze the noise comingfrom the sensors with the motors running, which proved to be the source of the problem. All the work done so far shows only that there are several aspects of the control process that need to be corrected/improved in order to make a controlled flight for this prototype possible. In particular, the inclusion of 3 gyroscopes (one for each axis of rotation) should be considered, which together with the tri-axis accelerometer, form a combination of sensors that has already been tested in quad rotors, allowing for very good control over its pitch and roll angles. The idea is that with gyroscopes we can determine orientation,but they drift over time (long-term errors), which is something we can correct with accelerometers (short-term errors, i.e. They are very noisy). But even the, we would need something else to correct the drifting yaw angle from the gyroscope, which could be done with a magnetic compass. The long-term idea is that adding a greater number of sensors, in addition to those duggested, can only improve the quality and quantity.

It would also be interesting to develop the simulations further by including new elements such as aerodynamic forces (i.e. Wind), collisions and other types of control methods, such as Proportional Derivative controllers. The quadrotor prototype should also be taken to an outside environment to see its performance tested under more extreme conditions.


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