The Electrical Engineering (EE) Department started as part of the Women Institute of technology. Its vision is to be a catalyst in imparting quality education and conducting valued research for the benefit of society. Historically, the field of electrical engineering is one of the most important engineering disciplines that have changed the course of the world. Some of our important areas of teaching are basic electrical, electrical machine, power electronics, measurement and instrumentation, circuits and systems, material sciences, control systems, electric drives, extra-high voltage, and power systems. The vision of the department is to establish itself as a center of excellence in terms of research and teaching in its chosen areas. We are committed to establishing human and material infrastructure in this cause. A number of laboratories are being established. The department is in the process of forming research groups in some of the key areas and collaborating with various institutions and corporations.
The undergraduate program is a broad-based program founded on the pedagogy of learning by doing. We also provide platforms for research avenues.. It will enable the students to gain high-end skills for intellectually challenging careers in the industry. Our aim is to invoke in our students a sense of curiosity to question and to motivate them to think deeply about theoretical and applied problems in technology for society’s needs.
What are your future plans? I would eventually like to go for an M.Tech program and here WIT faculties motivate me to proceed in advanced research and academics and further, I want to look for industry exposure, before venturing into the M.tech.
EE, IIIrd year
Why did you choose this course at WIT?
We study in a very relaxed and amicable environment. The facilities are very supportive & motivate us to achieve what we want to achieve. In fact it is a best place
To produce globally effective, socially responsible, innovative Women Electrical
Engineers of high quality and ethics, who can contribute to the needs of the society in diverse
fields through professional competence, research ability and leadership.
M1: To equip students with adequate electrical engineering knowledge and skills, to motivate for
meaningful contribution useful to the society needs.
M2: To produce women electrical engineers with strong base, clear thoughts, strong
theoretical/analytical foundation, and articulation needed to generate quality professionals in
diverse societal and industrial applications.
M3: To provide adequate laboratory facilities for oriented research and innovation
I welcome all the students & their parents to the Department of Electrical Engineering. I am pleased to tell you that the department stands on the strength of experienced and well-qualified faculty who are very dedicated to teaching and also involved in the up-gradation of knowledge. Undergraduate electrical engineering students have access to a wide array of subjects, including Networks, computers, control systems, Machines, electric circuits, Power Electronics, electromagnetics, Machine Design, and power systems. I hope you will browse through our website, and contact me if you have any questions or comments”
Dr. Ashok Manori
Assistant Professor, HOD
Department of Electrical Engineering
Women Institute of Technology
|Name of Faculty||Post||Educational Qualification|
|Dr. Ashok Manori||Assistant Professor &
|Ph. D. (IIT, Roorkee)
M. Tech. (NIT Kurukshetra)
|Dr. Peeyush Kala||Assistant Professor||Ph. D. (GBPUA&T, Pantnagar)
M. Tech. (GBPUA&T, Pantnagar)
B. Tech. ( UIT, Dehradun)
|Mr. Ashutosh Bhatt||Assistant Professor||Ph. D. (NIT, Srinagar – Pursuing)
M. Tech. (NIT , Hamirpur)
B. Tech. (HNBGU, Srinagar)
|Mr. Amit Goriyan||Assistant Professor||M. Tech. (IIT, Roorkee)
B. Tech. (KNIT, Sultanpur)
The Program Educational Objectives (PEOs) Electrical Engineering
PEO1: To train students in such a manner that they have a sound fundamental knowledge of Electrical Engineering.
PEO2: To prepare students as professionals ready to take up diverse problems in the field of Electrical Engineering.
PEO3: While inculcating the ability of lifelong learning, develop students in a manner that they can work individually and also collectively as a team to address engineering problems.
PEO4: To develop a good human resource ready to serve society with sound technical knowledge.
|2nd year||subject code||subject name|
|TEC 301||Electronic Device & Circuits|
|TEC 303||Electronic Measurement & Instrumentation|
|THM 301||Enggineering Economics|
|TEE 301||Network Analysis & Synthesis|
|TEC 404||Signal & Systems|
|TEE 405||Elements Of Power System|
|TEC 406||Communication Engineering|
|TEE 502||System Engineering|
|TEC 502||Digital Signal Processing|
|TEE 602||Control System|
|TEE 603||Power Electronics|
|TEE 601||Power System Analysis|
|THU 608||Principle Of Management|
|TCS 607||Data Structure|
|TEE 702||Electric Drives|
|TEE 704||Switchgear& Protection|
|TEC 704||Digital Signal Processing|
|TEE 011||Utilization of Electrical Energy & traction|
|TOE 03||Envirnmental Studies|
|8th Sem||TEE 803||Operational Control of Power System|
|TEC 803||Telemetry & Data Transmission|
|TEE 025||High Voltage AC & DC|
|TEC 033||Reliabilty Engineering|
The spacious infrastructure, well-equipped laboratories, meritorious students and academically qualified and enthusiastic faculty are the salient features of the Department. The infrastructure and lab facilities are upgraded from time to time and provide adequate opportunities for students to learn and innovate.
Department is having following well-equipped laboratories
1. Basic Electrical Laboratory
2. Electrical Machines Laboratory
3. Electrical Networks Laboratory
4. Electrical Measurement Laboratory
5. Power Electronics Laboratory
6. Microprocessor Laboratory
7. Control Systems Laboratory
8. Power Systems Laboratory
9. Computer Center (For the study of Electrical Engineering subjects, are software-based)
10. Electric Drive Lab
11. Instrument and Process Control Lab
12. Virtual Lab