Research & Consultancy

Research Activities

Research activities are carried out in the department in various fields like Control systems, Power Electronics, Electric Vehicles, etc.

Faculty as Research Guide

Sl No Name of Faculty Name of Research Scholar University Registered Year Topic
1. Dr. Abraham T Mathew Ms. Renuka V S NIT Calicut 2018 Stability and Control of DC Community Grid
Ms. Sony M G NIT Calicut 2019 Power Systems Operation and Control
2. Dr. Nisha G K

 

Ms. Sandhya P APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University 2021 Wireless Charging in EV
3. Dr S Ushakumari Ms. Namitha Murali APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University 2018 Design, Modelling and Implementation of an efficient PMSM drive for an electric three-wheeler
Ms Vijayasree G APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University 2019 Design, Modelling and Performance Analysis of high-speed Homopolar Inductor Alternator
Ms. Sabna M APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University 2019 Condition Monitoring of five phase PMSM
4. Dr. Shalu George K Mr. Rejish Babu F R APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University 2022 Energy Cooperation among Microgrids

Faculty pursuing Research

Sl No Name Research Centre University Area of Research
1. Mr. Rejish Babu F. R. Mar Baselios College of Engineering and Technology APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University Microgrids
2. Ms. P Sandhya Mar Baselios College of Engineering and Technology APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University Wireless charging in EV
3. Ms. Jomole Joseph P Amrita School of Engineering Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Energy trading
4. Ms. Manju Sreekumar Amrita School of Engineering Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Connected Autonomous Vehicles
5. Ms. Shyju Susan Mathew College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University Robotics
6. Ms. Sojy Rajan College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University Microgrids
7. Mr. Aswin R B College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

 

 

8. Ms. Surasmi N L College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University Power Electronics
9. Mr. Praveen Raj R S College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram University of Kerala Micro Grids
10. Ms. Soumya A V VIT, Vellore VIT,Vellore Micro Grids
11. Ms.  Elizabeth Varghese College of Engineering, Thiruvananthapuram University of Kerala Fractional Order Controllers for Aerospace Systems
12. Ms. Sheenu P Hindustan Institute of Technology & Science Hindustan University Digital signal Processing

Research Groups

The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering has conducted many seminars and workshops for students and faculties to promote research and there are many R&D activities and consultancy works undertaken by the department. There is a research lab in the department to facilitate and promote research activities.

There are three major research groups involved in the research activities namely

  • Control Systems Research Group
  • Power Electronics Research Group
  • EV Research Cell

The faculties are members of the above groups based on their area of expertise. These groups conduct regular meetings to discuss and decide on the activities to be conducted.

Research Group Activities

  • The EV Research Group in association with Illumina, the Association of the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, organized an Online Expert Talk on “Overview of EV environment and Opportunities” on 25/11/2022 from 10:30 am to 12:00 pm. The Resource person for the session was Mr. Ramesh G, Consultant, Manatec E-Drive. Around 40 participants attended the session.Coordinators: Mr. Aswin R B (94473 29628), Dr. Dishore S. V. (77087 57675), Assistant Professors, EED.

  • VISIT TO EMC: A team of faculty from EED comprising of Dr. S Ushakumari, Dr. Nisha G.K., Mr. Aswin R.B. and Dr. Dishore S. V. paid a visit to the Energy Management Centre (EMC), Trivandrum on 24.11.2022. This was for discussing the possibilities of collaboration with EMC on the scheme for retrofitting the conventional autorickshaw and converting to an e-rickshaw. The team submitted a proposal to EMC for setting up a retrofitting facility on campus.

  • The Power Electronic Research Group, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, MBCET organized an Expert talk for the final year students on Electrical Safety Aspects, on 14 October 2022 from 2:00 pm to 4:30 pm in Faraday Hall. The Resource person for the webinar was Sri. Suresh Kumar S., Nodal Officer Litigation (AEE), KSEB, Electrical Circle, Kattakada. The session was coordinated by Ms. Vandana P. and Mr. Aswin R B, Assistant Professors, EED. Around 70 students attended the session.
  • The Power Electronic Research Group, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, MBCET organized a webinar for the pre-final year students on EV Mid-drive Motor Test kit and CAN Analyser, on 6 May, 2022 from 2:30 pm to 3:30 pm. The webinar was coordinated by Mr. Rejish Babu F R and Ms. Anila A V, Assistant Professors, EED. Around 50 students attended the Webinar.
  • Power Electronic Research Group and EV Research Cell, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, MBCET organized a Two-day Webinar on Modeling and Simulation of EVs using MATLAB and Simulink, on 28 February 2022 and 3 March 2022 for final year B.Tech students, M.Tech students and members of the MBCET EV research cell. The resource person was Dr. Deb Singdeo, Education Customer Success Engineer, MathWorks India. The webinar was coordinated by Mr. Ajish Ashok, Assistant Professor, EED.
  • The Power Electronics Research group, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, organized a webinar on “Solar Photovoltaic Systems” on 8 January 2022. The Speaker was Mrs. Radhika J M, Project Engineer, ANERT. The online platform for the webinar was Google Meet. Ms. Surasmi N L and Ms. Anila A. V., Assistant Professors, EED, coordinated the programme.
  • Power Electronics Research Group, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, MBCET organized a webinar on “Grid Integration of Wind Power Systems” on 29 November 2021 from 02:00 pm – 03:00 pm (IST). The session was handled by Ms. Teena George, Assistant Professor, Vimal Jyothi Engineering College, Kannur. The online platform for the webinar was Google Meet. Ms. Manju Ann Mathews and Ms. Shilpa Susan Peter, Assistant Professors, EED, coordinated the programme.
  • Power Electronics Research Group, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering in association with EV Research Cell, organized a Webinar on “Electric Vehicle Charging System and Challenges” on 09.10.2021. The resource person was Mr. Sooraj V., Senior Hardware Engineer, TATA Elxsi. The programme was coordinated by Ms. Shilpa George and Mr. Ajish Ashok.
  • The Control Systems Research group, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, MBCET is organizing a Webinar on “Introduction to Unmanned Aerial Vehicles” on 18.09.2021. The resource person was Ms. Lima Agnel Tony, Robert Bosch Centre for Cyber-Physical Systems Ph.D. fellow, Department of Aerospace Engineering, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore. The programme was coordinated by Mr. Aswin R B and Ms. Keerti S Nair.
  • Power Electronics Research Group, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, MBCET organized a Webinar on “Vector Control of Three Phase Induction Motor” on 06.09.2021. The resource person was Prof. A. S. Shajilal (Retd), College of Engineering Trivandrum, Former HOD EEE Dept. Mar Baselios College of Engineering and Technology. The programme was coordinated by Mr. F R Rejish Babu and Mr. Ajish Ashok.
  • The Power Electronics Research Group, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering in association with EV Cell MBCET organized a Webinar on “Control Strategies for PMSM driven Electric Vehicle” on 26.06.2021. The resource person was Mr. Keloth Pradeep Kumar, Head of Department, Electrification Topics, Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solution. Around 80 members participated in the programme. The programme was coordinated by Ms. Archana A N and Mr. Ajish Asok.
  • The Power Electronics Research Group, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, MBCET organized a Webinar on “The role of Power Electronic Controllers for EV Charging Infrastructure” on 19.06.2021. The resource person was Dr. K Deepa, Assistant Professor, Department of EEE, Amrita School of Engineering, Bangaluru Campus Around 80 members participated in the programme. The programme was coordinated by Ms. Sojy Rajan C and Mr. Ajish Asok.
  • The Power Electronics Research Group, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, MBCET organized a Webinar on “Career Prospects and Higher Studies after Electrical Engineering” on 05.06.2021. The resource person was Dr. Imthias Ahamed T P, Professor, Department of EEE, TKMCE. Around 100 members participated in the programme. The programme was coordinated by Ms. Vandana P and Mr. Aswin R. B.
  • The Control Systems Research Group, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, MBCET organized a Webinar on “Dynamics and Control of Aerial Vehicles” on 28.05.2021. The resource person was Dr. Elizabeth Rita Samuel, Associate Professor and Head of the Department of EEE, Rajagiri School of Science and Technology (Autonomous). The programme was coordinated by Dr. Shalu George K and Ms. Anu Gopinath.
  • The Control Systems Research Group, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, MBCET organized a Webinar on “Introduction to Model Predictive Control and its Applications” on 22.05.2021. The resource person was Dr. Chinmay Rajhans, Assistant Professor, VJTI, Mumbai. The programme was coordinated by Ms. Elizabeth Varghese and Ms. Shyju Susan Mathew.
  • The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering in association with IPCS – The Global Technology Service Provider conducted an Online Training Programme on Introduction to Industrial Automation on 29 and 30 April 2021 from 2 to 4 PM. The programme was organized by Power Electronics Research Group of the Department as a 2-day workshop, aimed at enhancing your practical knowledge in Industrial Automation. Final year and pre-final year B.Tech students (all branches) attended. The programme was coordinated by Ms. Surasmi N L and Ms. Jeneena Babu.
  • Power Electronics Research Group, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, MBCET organized a Webinar on “Emerging Trends in the Electric Vehicle Space” on 21 April 2021 from 12:00 PM – 01:00 PM (IST) in Google meet. The Speaker was Ms. Latha Chembrakalam, Vice President, Engineering, Robert Bosch Engineering and Business Solutions Ltd. The programme was coordinated by Ms. Sandhya P. and Mr. Ajish Ashok.
  • Power Electronics Research Group, Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, MBCET organized a Webinar on “Industrial Applications of Power Electronics” on 8 April 2021 from 2.30pm – 3.30pm (IST) in Google meet. The Speaker was Mr. A. Saravana Kumar, Scientist-E/Joint Director, Power Electronics Group, CDAC. The programme was coordinated by Ms. Sandhya P. and Ms. Manju Ann Mathews.

Collaborative Research Work

The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, MBCET entered into a collaboration with “THESPACESLAB”, a start-up company working in the aerospace application for expanding the possibility of research and consultancy of the College. A research project involving Programming, Modelling, Computation and Simulation has been initiated.

Topic: Orbital Debris Propagation

Faculty involved:

Principal investigator          – Ms. Elizabeth Varghese

Co-investigator                   – Mr. Aswin R. B.

Ms. Amala Justin has joined as the Research Assistant to this project. The total outlay for this project including the monthly remuneration is Rs 2,00,000/-.

In-house Projects

Approval granted for following in-house R&D projects, recommended by the MBCET research promotion committee.

  • “Smart Meeting Room”: Sheenu P. and Ms. Soumya A.V.

Amount sanctioned: Rs. 42,000/-

  • “Solar Powered Water Pumping System”: Sandhya P.

Amount sanctioned: Rs. 85000/-

  • Vibration Energy Harvesting”: Archana A. N. and Ms. Shilpa Susan Peter

Amount sanctioned: Rs. 35000/-

  • “Design and Implementation of Control Strategy for Load Sharing and Circulating Current Minimization in Grid Application”: Nisha G K and Ms. JeneenaBabu

Amount sanctioned: Rs. 73000/-

  • “SVPWM based Dual Multilevel Inverter fed Induction Motor Drive for Common Mode Voltage Elimination”: Midhun G.

Amount sanctioned: Rs. 65000/-

  • “A comparison on the performance of BLDC motor drive with DBR, Luo and BL-Luo as Converters”: Dr Nisha G K, Ms C. SojyRajan, Mr Midhun G.

Amount sanctioned: Rs. 1,00,000/-

  • “Optical tuning Of PID controller for a second order system” :  Elizabeth Varghese and Ms. Anu Gopinath
    Amount sanctioned: Rs. 40,000/-
  • “Speed and Position control system of DC servo motor”: Ms. Shyju Susan Mathew and Ms. Keerthi S Nair.

Amount sanctioned: Rs. 55,000/-

Funded Student Projects

  • The student project entitled “Pisces Care Bot” guided by Mrs. Manju Sreekumar, Assistant Professor, EEE received the Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment (KSCSTE) financial assistance of Rs. 9910/-. Student Project Members: Abhijith A, Ananth A J, Gautham B R, Ravishankar S.
  • The student project entitled “Public Bus Transport Information System for Visually Impaired People” guided by Ms. Jomole Joseph P, Assistant Professor, EEE received the Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment (KSCSTE) financial assistance of Rs. 10,000/-. Student Project Members: Gokul R, Abhimanyu A L, Arya P K, Sruthi P Nair.
  • The student project entitled “Fire Extinguishing Drone” guided by Ms. Elizabeth Varghese, Associate Professor, EEE received the Kerala State Council for Science, Technology and Environment (KSCSTE) financial assistance of Rs. 10000/-. Student Project Members: Al Thanzeer Muhammed, Ananthakrishnan G S, Vaishnav S S.
  • The student project entitled “IoT based dam monitoring and Pre disaster management” guided by Ms. Sheenu P, Assistant Professor, EEE received the APJ Abdul Kalam Technological University Centre for Engineering Research and Development (CERD) financial assistance of Rs. 12,000/-. Student Project Members: Noel Mathew Jacob and Vaishnavi Sreekumar. CERD funding list (Sl. No.: 46)
  • The student project entitled “Demand Management system using AI and IoT” guided by Ms. Manju Sreekumar, Assistant Professor, EEE received the financial assistance of Rs. 34,000/- from Energy Management Centre (EMC). Student Project Members: Vishnu M Nair, Abinshah Ameer, Amaze Anna Toms, Nanditha Sai Prasanth and Vaishnavi.
  • The student project entitled “AQI mapping using UAV” guided by Mr. Praveen Raj, Assistant Professor, EEE (Student Project Members: Adarsh Sudarsanan, Amalu S Panicker, Karthik J, Sachu Pradeep) and “Plant Box: A Controlled-Environment Agricultural Technology Platform” guided by Ms. Shyju Susan Mathew, Assistant Professor, EEE (Student Project Members: Prince K Francis, Amal S, Roshan Roy, Navaneeth M S) received the mentoring and support from International Centre for Free and Open Source Software (ICFOSS).
MoU's

MoU between Tata Elxsi Ltd. and MBCET

An MoU has been signed between Tata Elxsi Ltd. and MBCET on 25 February 2022. The main objective of this MoU is to build a strong and mutually fruitful relationship between TE and MBCET. The primary goals are to develop and foster strategic linkages with MBCET and the departments at TE, to assist the students and enhance their knowledge about the latest technologies in which TE is involved with a view to make them productive from the first day of their employment and to understand the needs and expectations of both the parties and to identify the measures required to meet requirement therein. Planned activities include technical presentations and talks, Projects for Undergraduate and Post-graduate students, Lab visits, Technical and Soft-skill trainings, and Placement of Competent students.

Initiatives for this collaboration has been taken by the Department of EEE under the guidance of Dr. S Ushakumari, Professor, EED and Dr. Nisha G. K, HoD, EED and with the support of Vice Principal, Dr. Viswanath Rao and Principal, Dr. Abraham T Mathew. Ms. Shyju Susan Mathew was given charge to coordinate the activities and be the Point of Contact.

MoU between Vydyuthi Energy Services and MBCET

On 3 December 2020, the IET MBCET On Campus crossed a new milestone, with the signing of the MoU between MBCET and Vydyuthi Energy Services (VES) for the collaborative venture of IET Outreach 150.

MoU signed with Vydyuthi Energy Services

MoU between KILA and MBCET

The IET Team visited the Kerala Institute of Local Administration – KILA Director General on 23 December 2020) and discussed about MBCET-KILA collaboration for Outreach 150. The idea was approved, and extended willingness for working together with MBCET. An MoU has been signed between MBCET and KILA on this regard on 19 March 2021.

MoU between LNCPE and MBCET

An MoU between the MBCET and LNCPE was signed on 12 March 2019 to conduct 2-day FIRST INTERNATIONAL MEET on Applications of Engineering in Sports, NEXUZ’19 – The International Meet, in the month of August 16 &17 2019

Faculty Interactions with outside world
  • Shyju Susan Mathew delivered a talk on the topic Robot Kinematics on 29 August 2022, as part of the Faculty Development Programme on Control Systems & Robotics, organized by the Department of Electronics & Communication Engineering, College of Engineering, Muttathara.
  • Nisha G K, Professor and Head, EED, MBCET, delivered a technical talk on Electric Vehicles on 25 May 2022 at 5:45 pm at The Institution of Engineers (India) Hall, Visvesvaraya Bhavan, Thiruvananthapuram.
  • Shyju Susan Mathew delivered a talk on the topic Introduction to Robotics and its Applications on 04 April 2022, as part of the Faculty Development Programme on Robotics: Control and Applications – Phase I, organized by the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mar Baselios College of Engineering and Technology (Autonomous), Thiruvananthapuram.
  • Nisha G. K., Professor and Head, EED, MBCET, delivered a talk on Electric Vehicles in the 20th Annual State Students Convention of ISTE, Daksha’22 hosted by Government Engineering College, Kannur on 08 January 2022 from 1.00 pm to 2.30 pm.
  • Nisha G. K., Professor and Head, EED, MBCET, handled a session on Electric Vehicles, for the Webinar organized by ISTE Kerala Section on 10 December 2021 at 10:30 am in Google Meet.
  • Nisha G. K., Professor and Head, EED, MBCET, delivered a talk on Electric Vehicles in the 20th Annual State Students Convention of ISTE, Daksha’22 hosted by Government Engineering College, Kannur on 08 January 2022 from 1.00 pm to 2.30 pm.
  • Manju Ann Mathews delivered a talk on the topic “Energy Storage Technology for Renewable Integration” on 18 February 2021, as part of the Faraday talk Series organized by the Department of Electrical Engineering, College of Engineering Thiruvananthapuram.
  • Jomole Joseph P. delivered an expert talk on “Problem Identification – Design Thinking” for first year students of EEE, MBCET on 8 January 2021, for CE students on 22 January 2021 and for other branches on 27 January 2021, as part of Expert talk session of Life Skill.
  • Archana A. N. delivered a talk on “Distribution System Reliability Evaluation” in the Faraday talk Series organized by the Department of Electrical Engineering, College of Engineering Thiruvananthapuram on 21 January 2021.
  • F. R. Rejish Babu delivered a talk on “Home Energy Audit” for the NSS volunteers of MBCET on 12 January 2021, as part of a 7-day special camp conducted by National Service Scheme MBCET Unit.
  • Nisha G. K. delivered a talk on “PWM and Space Vector Modulation Three Phase Inverters” for S5 students of ECE, MBCET on 5 December 2020 as part of Expert talk session of Power Electronics and Instrumentation.
  • Shyju Susan Mathew delivered a talk on “Introduction to Robotics and Control” in the Faraday Talk Series organized by the Department of Electrical Engineering, College of Engineering Trivandrum on 24 September 2020.
  • Elizabeth Varghese delivered a talk on Design of Fractional Order Controllers in the Faraday Talk Series organized by the Department of Electrical Engineering, College of Engineering Trivandrum on 17 September 2020.
  • Shalu George K., and Ms. Shyju Susan Mathew handled a session of a 1-day Webinar on Introduction to Robotic Control on 03 July 2020 organized by Department of Mechanical Engineering, Adi Shankara Institute of Technology in association with ASME Students Section.
  • G. K. Nisha delivered an expert talk on “Three Phase Transformer” at Marian Engineering College on 20 November 2019.
  • G. K. Nisha delivered an expert talk on “Finite Element Analysis” for S8 EEE students of MBCET on 15 November 2019.
  • G.K. Nisha gave an expert talk on “Future scope in Electrical Engineering” at Marian Engineering College, Kazhakuttam on 7 August 2019.
  • Nisha G. K. gave an invited talk on Electric and Hybrid Vehicles at Marian Engineering College on 9th October 2018.

Interactions in connection with Research

Faculty:  Dr. Nisha G K

1 KTU Ph D Guideship

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Ms. Sandhya P (MBCET)

2 External Doctoral Committee Member for the research scholar under Anna University Chennai
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Dr. M  Marsaline Beno

Mr. Saravanan

3 External Doctoral Committee Member for the NDF research scholar under APJ KTU (2018-19 Even Semester admission)
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Dr. Shiny G.

Dr. David Solomon George

A Gouri

5 External Doctoral Committee Member for the research scholar under APJ KTU
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Dr. Shiny G

SHANI S J

6 Internal Doctoral Committee Member for the Research Scholar under APJ KTU
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Dr. Jayakumari J (KTU-F33227)

Ms. Parvathy Prathap

7 External Doctoral Committee Member for the research scholar under APJ KTU
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Dr. MINI V P (KTU-F22138)

Ms. Nikhila M P

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Dr. MINI V P (KTU-F22138)

Ms. Vijayasree G

9 External Doctoral Committee Member for the research scholar under APJ KTU
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Dr. Godwinraj D

Ms. C Sreeja

10 External Doctoral Committee Member for the research scholar under APJ KTU
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Dr Harikumar R

Ms. Monish M

11 Subject expert and question paper setter for the Comprehensive Viva voce of Research Scholar Ms. NAMITHA MURALI under the supervision of Associate Professor Dr. Mini V P, Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, College of Engineering Trivandrum
12 Subject expert and question paper setter for the Comprehensive Viva voce of Research Scholar Ms. Lekshmi S under the supervision of Dr. Lal Priya P S Associate Professor, Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, College of Engineering Trivandrum
13 Dr. Nisha G K was selected as KTU curriculum Committee member from 2019 to 2021.

Faculty: Dr. Shalu George K

Internal Doctoral Committee Member for the Research Scholar under APJ KTU

Name of the Research Supervisor   :  Dr. G K Nisha

Name of the Scholar                           :  Ms. Sandhya P (MBCET)

Industry-Institute collaboration Initiatives

The Department of EEE has initiated an EV Research cell. For its activities, collaboration with different companies and agencies such as Vydyuthi Energy Services, Charge MOD, Energy Management Centre (EMC) has been initiated. The Research Cell aims to create awareness about e-mobility, EV Technologies and enhance R&D works and career opportunities for faculty and students in this emerging area. Planned activities include internship, workshops, STTPs, project support to the student project groups with support from Faculty, Industrial experts and Domain experts, which may open the base for major projects and research later. The final objective of the cell is to develop an EV model and a charging station in the campus by Faculty and students. Ms. Jomole Joseph was given charge to coordinate the activities and be the Point of Contact with the collaborating industries/Agencies. The team includes Dr. Nisha G K, Ms. Archana A N, Ms. Shilpa George and Mr. Ajish Ashok under the guidance and support of Vice Principal, Prof. Viswanath Rao and Principal, Dr. Abraham T Mathew.

The Institution is paving the path ahead for the students in Electric Vehicles by setting up an Electric Vehicle (EV) Skill Development Lab on the campus as a part of the Kerala Electric Vehicle Community initiative. By promoting EV capacity-building programs among the faculties and students, the college is set to be a role model in the education sector in preparing future graduates to be a #SustainableArmy to fight against climate change. Vydyuthi Energy Services in association with Chargemod delivered an E-Rickshaw for the lab as a part of their EV Community Development Program initiative.

Internship Programmes and Activities

Internship details of students

Academic Year Total number of students who attended internships
2021-22 92
2020-21 88
2019-20 89

Internship Programmes

  • An introductory webinar session on “Zero-Watt smart energy monitor” was conducted for EEE students by Mr. Ansha Naji, Senior Manager, Business Development, NTPC and Technical Head, Alpha Geek Enterprises on 12/02/2022 from 10:45 am – 11:30 am. This was held as a part of the internship program on “Zero-Watt Technology” to be offered by Alpha Geek for EEE students. The interns will get an extensive exposure to the technical, business and marketing aspects for a start-up. Ms C. Sojy Rajan, Assistant Professor, EED was the coordinator of the event.
  • A 5-day internship programme on Motion Control using LabVIEW was conducted from 17/07/18 to 21/07/18. Mr. Shino G. Babu, TIERA Trivandrum was the resource person. 24 students successfully completed the programme. The programme was coordinated by Ms. C. Sojy Rajan, Assistant Professor

Vision

To be a Centre of Excellence in Electrical & Electronics Engineering Education, Research and Application of knowledge to benefit the society at large.

Mission

To mould quality Electrical Engineers, fostering creativity and innovation to address global issues.