INDIRA GANDHI INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY (IGIT)

An Autonomous Institute of Govt. of Odisha

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Electrical Engineering

Dr. Bibhu Prasad Panigrahi
( Head of The Department )
B.Sc.Engg. (Hons.) (SU), M.Tech (IIT Bombay), Ph.D (IIT Kharagpur), LMISTE, MIE, LMSSI, LMOBA
E: bibhu89@yahoo.com

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Faculty Members

Associate Professor

Dr. (Mrs.) Pranati Das
Associate Professor
B.Sc. Engg.(Hons.) (SU), M.Tech. (IIT Kharagpur), Ph.D (IIT Kharagpur), LMISTE, FIE

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Dr. Lokanath Tripathy
Associate Professor
BE (IGIT Sarang, UU), M.Tech. (IISc Bangalore), Ph.D. (IIT Bhubaneswar,)
E: loknathtripathy@yahoo.co.in

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Asst. Professor

Sri Rabi Shankar Subudhi
Asst. Professor
B.Sc. Engg. (SU), M.Tech. (IIT Kharagpur), MISTE

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Sri Bidyadhar Biswal
Asst. Professor
AMIE(I) in Electrical Engineering, ME(UCE,Burla), Ph.D (Utkal University) continuing, AMIE

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Sri Maheswar Prasad Behera
Asst. Professor
BE (IGIT Sarang), (UCE,Burla), Ph.D (NIT Rourkela) continuing (on study leave)

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Dr. Rabindra Behera
Asst. Professor
BE (IGIT Sarang), M.Tech. (UCE,Burla), Ph.D (Sambalpur University), LMISTE

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Sri Umakanta Mahanta
Asst. Professor
BE (IGIT Sarang), M.E (Jadavpur University), Ph. D (Utkal University) continuing

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Sri Brijesh Kumar
Asst. Professor
BE (IGIT Sarang), M.Tech. (KIIT, Bhubaneswar), Ph. D (Utkal University) continuing, LMISTE

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Sri Manoj Kumar Choudhury
Asst. Professor
BE (IGIT Sarang), M.E (Jadavpur University)

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Sri Kali Charan Pradhan
Asst. Professor
B Tech (BPUT), M.Tech (VSSUT, Burla)

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Sri Binay Kumar Nayak
Asst. Professor
B.Tech (BPUT), M.Tech (NIT, Calicut)

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Asst. Professor (CONTRACTUAL)

Ms. Preeti Kumari Sahu
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech (BPUT), M.Tech. (NIT, Rourkela)

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Ms. Rosalin Pradhan,
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech (BPUT), M.Tech (VSSUT, Burla)

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Ms. Deepanwita Pradhan
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech (BPUT), M.Tech (NIT, Rourkela)

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Mrs. Mohamayee Mohapatra
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech (BPUT), M.Tech (NIT, Rourkela)

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Ms. Samprati Mohanty
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech (BPUT), M.Tech. (KIIT, Bhubaneswar)

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Ms. Shipra Das,
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech (BPUT)

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Ms. Rajashree Sahu
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech (BPUT), M.Tech (VSSUT, Burla)

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Sri Aditya Kumar Pati,
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech (BPUT), M.Tech(BPUT)

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Ms Smrutidhara Singh
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech(NIT RKL)

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Ms Subhajita Sahu
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech (BPUT), M.Tech(KIIT)

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Sri Madhab Chandra Das
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech (BPUT)

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Ms. Guddy Satpathy
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech. (BPUT), M.Tech (MA NIT, Bhopal)

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Sri Priya Pritam Panda
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.E (HU, Chennai)

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Sri Abinash Rath
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech. (OSME), M.Tech. (VSSUT)

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Sri Ashutosh Biswal
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech (BPUT), M.Tech.(VSSUT)

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Ms. Sampurna Das
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech. (IGIT), M.Tech.(VSSUT)

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Ms. Aditi Abhisikta
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech. (BPUT), M.Tech. (VSSUT)

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Ms. Satabdi Das
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech. (KIIT)

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Sri Basanta Kumar Sethi
Assistant Professor (Contractual)
B.Tech. (BPUT), M.Tech.(NIT, Silchar)

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Vision of the Department

To be recognized among highly ranked Electrical Engineering programs of the nation through pursuit of excellence in teaching and research in all sub areas of Electrical Engineering and in service to the public.

Mission of the Department

To produce well trained Electrical Engineering graduates with innovative thinking, knowledge and skills to excel in postgraduate programmes or to succeed in technical profession and to instill in them the spirit of passion and dedication to work creatively and effectively for the betterment of humankind.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)
Sl. No. Programme Educational Objectives
1. To produce highly qualified, well-rounded, and motivated graduates possessing fundamental knowledge of Electrical Engineering who can provide leadership and service to Odisha, the Nation, and the World.
2. To pursue creative research and new technologies in Electrical Engineering and across disciplines in order to serve the needs of industry, government, society, and the scientific community by expanding the body of knowledge in the field.
3. To develop partnerships with industrial and government agencies.
4. To achieve visibility by active participation in conferences and technical and community activities.
5. To publish enduring scientific articles and books.
Programme Outcomes (POs)

An ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science and engineering.

An ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.

An ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.

An ability to function on multidisciplinary teams.

An ability to identify, formulates, and solves engineering problems.

An understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.

An ability to communicate effectively

The broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.

A recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.

A knowledge of contemporary issues.

An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.

Sl. No. Laboratories
1. Energy Conversion Laboratory (Electrical Machine Lab.)
2. Instrumentation and Control Laboratory
3. Analog Electronics Laboratory
4. Microprocessor and Digital Electronics Laboratory
5. Power Electronics and Drives Laboratory
6. Robotics and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory
7. Electrical Workshop
8. Power System and Simulation Laboratory
9. PC Laboratory
10. Basic Electronics Engineering Laboratory
11. Network Devices Laboratory
12. Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory
Projects Undertaken

The department has achieved remarkable growth in laboratory facilities for students and research activities for the faculty members which have been possible due to the following Government of India Projects :

 

Modernization of Electrical Engineering Laboratory (1989).
Microprocessor Application Laboratory (1991).
Modernization of Microprocessor and Digital Electronics Laboratory (1992).
Strengthening of facilities in Instrumentation (1992).
Strengthening of facilities in Computer Science and Technology (1992).
Modernization of Computer Centre (1992).
Modernization of Electrical Engineering Laboratory (1992).
Thrust Area Project on Control System including Computerized Control in Industry (1995).
Modernization of Electrical Engineering Laboratory (1999).
AICTE Research Project on AI & Robotics. (2000).
AICTE Research Project on Design of Controllers for flexible Robots. (2004).
AICTE Research Project on Development of DTC based low cost analog torque controller for low power induction motor drives used in small scale industries. (2008).
DST project on Design and Development of DSP/FPGA based digital controller for hybrid active power filter applied to industrial nonlinear loads in distribution system.(2012).
AICTE MODROBS project for modernization of PC lab of Electrical Engineering Department.(2013).
Research Activities

Research and Development play a crucial role in the development of improved products and processes related to electrical utilities and industries. The Department has created a culture of it with implementable outcome. Every year a good number of technical papers are published in international as well as national journals / conferences.

Active Research is being carried out in the field of :

 

Non Linear Control Engineering.
Power System Dynamics.
Image Processing.
Energy Conservation.
Machines & Drives.
Robotics.
Intelligent Control.
Renewable Energy.
Smart Grid.
Power system planning & Management.
Power system protection.
Power Electronics & Drives.
High Voltage Engineering.
Scope of Electrical Engineering

Electrical Engineering formulates the basis stream of technology that embraces the basis of all other allied branches including fundamental Science. Diversification of the branch ahead into Instrumentation, Control and Electronics etc. have still further widened the horizon of Electrical Engineering with new concept of development to meet the national needs in the context of globalised economy today.

An Electrical Engineering student will be having the scope of taking professional fields such as Electrical Equipments, Design and Development , Power Industry, Integrated Grid System, Traction, Computer Industry etc.

Interested students can go for PG specialization in advanced subjects like Power System Engineering, Electrical Machines and Drives, High Voltage Engineering, System Automation, Energy Engineering etc. and other interdisciplinary courses by VLSI, Robotics, Computer Science, Bio-medical Engineering etc. The student of Electrical Engineering can settle up for a challenging career in the public / private sectors like SAIL, BHEL, PGCIL, NHPC, NPC, BARC, COAL INDIA, CGL, NALCO, Software Companies, State and Central Government services etc, which only reflects the huge potential of the subject. They can also join teaching, R & D or Management Institutions.

Electrical Engineering Education today is changing very fast which needs constant development in the curricula and programme of studies in technical institutions. With this in view, both the Diploma and under graduate courses in Electrical Engineering have been thoroughly revised.

Electrical Engineering Department with rich traditions of excellence now has carved a place of pride in the state. It has attracted the best and brightest among the teachers with strong commitments, and students with glooming talent and perseverance.

Department of Electrical Engineering conducts national level seminars and staff development programmes on a regular basis to extend its effort to update faculties and students in the recent developments of technologies. A separate departmental library is functioning with adequate books and journals for the benefit of the students as well as faculty members.

In addition to the Diploma and B.Tech programmes in Electrical Engineering, the department also offers two M.Tech courses: (i) a part-time M.Tech course in Industrial Power Control & Drives since 2008-09 and (ii) a regular M.Tech course in Power System Engineering since 2013-14. The faculty members of the department supervise Ph.D students in the research areas such as Machine Drives, Power Electronics, Control System Engineering and Power Systems Engineering etc.

The Department of Electrical Engineering also offers Ph.D course in different specializations under quality improvement programme (QIP) as approved and sponsored by AICTE, New Delhi from the year 2012-13.