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The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was established in the year 2010. It offers a 4-year Under-Graduate program in Electrical and Electronics Engineering with a sanctioned intake of 60 students. The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering has been accredited by National Board of Accreditation (NBA), AICTE, New Delhi for the period 2019 – 2022.The Department has well-qualified, experienced and dedicated team of 11 faculty members with specialization in various fields like Power Systems, Power Electronics &Drives, Applied Electronics and Energy Engineering. Three of our faculty members possessPh.D. qualification and six are pursuing Ph.D. One faculty member is recognized as Research Supervisor by Anna University, Chennai. The department thrives to make our students internalize the Ignatian concept of ‘Magis’ (ever to excel) and seek quality and excellence, so that they become competent in knowledge, skill and attitude, rooted in compassion towards the poor and committed to the creation of a just world.

The Department has dedicated and state-of-the-art laboratories to provide hands on experience and support research activities. In the process of providing adequate opportunities to learn and innovate, the infrastructure and lab facilities are upgraded from time to time. The lab courses are designed to offer an in-depth knowledge in fundamentals and practical applications to students, to endeavor wide-range of career opportunities. The Department has established Industry-Institute interaction, through which students undergo in-plant training, internships and industry specific projects in India and abroad during their course of study. The Department holds the credit of consistently producing good number of students with university rank, every academic year and also bags a good placement record.

The Department facilitates the students and faculty to update on the latest developments, by organizing workshops, symposiums and seminars. Students are provided with opportunities to interact with experts from industries and other prominent institutions to bring out their innovative concepts into reality. Based on the need of the hour, ‘Value Added Certificate (VAC) programs’ are designed by the department and are offered to students of all years. To add a feather in the cap of the department, the VAC program designed for third year students in view to enhance the employability skills of students, has been approved by Anna University and considered for ‘Two Credits’.

Vision

To transform the students into globally competent electrical engineers, researchers, and entrepreneurs, and thereby contributing value to the technological needs of the society.

Mission

  • To equip the students with advanced knowledge and technological skills to cater to the needs of Industries.
  • To enable students to create and develop innovative engineering applications for the benefit of Marginalized communities.
  • To enable students to become responsible citizens with a willingness to make a Positive difference to society through their education.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO No. PEO
1 Graduates are prepared to have successful career in industry, research areas and motivation for higher Education and to provide an opportunity to work in inter-disciplinary groups and to become future Entrepreneurs.
2 Graduates will possess necessary foundation on computational platforms and software applications in electrical engineering that will continue to develop their knowledge and skills throughout their career.
3 Graduates will inculcate professional ethics and instill social responsibility to work in teams for the Welfare of the society and fellow countrymen.

 

Program Outcomes (POs)

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  • PO1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, electrical engineering fundamentals and specialization to the solution of complex electrical engineering problems.
  • PO2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex electrical engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • PO3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex electrical engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PO4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling of complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO6. The Engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO11. Project managementand finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO12.Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

 

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PSO No. PSO
1 Use logical & technical skills to model, simulate and analyse the controllability, reliability and sustainability of electrical and electronics components and power systems.
2 To work individually or in a team, model a system by implementing appropriate techniques, resources and tools to solve engineering problems.
3 To recognize the need for continuous learning in the broadest context of technological change.

LAB FACILITIES

The Department is equipped with state-of-the art laboratories and infrastructural facilities in all the core areas. Students gain a wide disclosure and practical hands on exercise in the modern and sophisticated equipment during their lab sessions.

Electrical Machines Laboratory-I

Facilitates the study of all DC electrical machines including special machines. The lab is equipped with DC Shunt Motor# DC Shunt Generator, DC Shunt Motor# DC Series Generator, DC Shunt Motor# DC compound Generator, DC Shunt, series & compound Motor, DC Shunt Motor# Alternator, DC Shunt Motor #Synchronous Motor, BLDC Motor, Lab Rectifier 100A Capacity

Electrical Machines Laboratory-II

Facilitates the study of all AC electrical machines. The lab is equipped with Three Phase Squirrel Cage & Slip ring induction motor, 3Φ Synchronous Motor, DC Shunt Motor# Alternator, DC Shunt Motor #Synchronous Motor, Single & three phase induction motor, transformers, Auto transformers, Various loads, Machine Models, Various ranges of Voltmeters, Ammeters, Wattmeter’s, Power factor Meters, Lab Rectifier 100 A capacity.

Power Electronics Laboratory

This Laboratory, has got equipment to study all power electronics apparatus and A.C. and D.C. drives. The lab houses power electronic training kits, chopper &Inverter control units, thyristor controllers, DSO, LCR and multimeters. Students get to learn the characteristics of various switching devices like SCR, TRIAC, MOSFET, IGBT, GTO and IGCT.They can work with half and fully controlled rectifiers, single phase and three phase inverters, choppers and AC voltage controllers. The lab also facilitates the use of simulation software which enables students to simulate all power electronics experiments. This lab aids in learning various modulation techniques of PWM inverters. The experience which the students gain from working in this lab will make them better prepared for meeting the needs of core industries.

Power System Simulation Laboratory:

Provides Computer based study of power system, control systems and power electronics using latest simulation packages. Intranet provision for all conference papers, model aptitude tests, technical advancements etc. are provided to the students. Internet connectivity provided for all students and staff. The lab is equipped with Dot-Matrix and Laser Printers, 38 high speed personal computers installed with advanced simulation software’s such as MI Power and Mat lab.

Control & Instrumentation Laboratory:

Facilitates the study of control systems and its components along with all types of transducers. The lab is equipped with Process Simulator Kit, Digital Storage Oscilloscope, AC & DC Position Control System, PID Controller, Synchro’s, AC & DC Bridges and Measurement Trainer devices like LVDT, Bourdon Pressure Gauge, Optical Transducer, Strain Gauge, Temperature Transducers and Orifice Flow Rate Meter. This laboratory provides students with a test bed to learn and practice fundamental concepts of control and measurement systems. Control Systems Laboratory also presents facilities of computing and simulation through MATLAB and demonstration on FEEDBACK designed equipment. Students are equipped with the fundamental ideas and principles that underpin modern engineering practice

Electric Circuits Lab:

Has got equipment’s, devices and ICs for the study of electronics and related topics. Facilitates the study of design of electronic circuits and verification of basic laws and theorems. The lab is equipped with Digital Storage Oscilloscope, Cathode Ray Oscilloscope, Function Generator, Regulated Power Supply, Digital LCR Meter, Energy meter and Digital Multimeter

Engineering Practice Lab:

Facilitates the study of Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics’ Engineering. In this laboratory the basic experiments like measurements of voltage, current, power and power factor in single phase supply, residential wiring, lamp wiring and energy measurement are conducted.

Renewable Energy Lab

This laboratory facilitates the study and design of solar, wind & fuel cell based renewable energy systems. The lab is equipped with standalone and grid connected solar PV system, Digital Storage Oscilloscope, Cathode Ray Oscilloscope, Function Generator, Regulated Power Supply, Digital Energy meter and Digital Multimeter.

Department Library

  • Department Library is furnished with PC, Internet,871 technical books, 92 e-Journals,6 National Journals, Project Report collections, CD and Magazines for student’s reference.
  • NPTEL Video Library is also effectively used by students and they virtually attend expert’s lectures.
  • It has an auto library system and linked to main library.

EEE Related books available in Main Library

Description Count
Books / Monographs 4438
National Printed journals 6
E-journals subscription 92
e- Books 956

Vision

To transform the students into globally competent electrical engineers, researchers, and entrepreneurs, and thereby contributing value to the technological needs of the society.

Mission

  • To equip the students with advanced knowledge and technological skills to cater to the needs of Industries.
  • To enable students to create and develop innovative engineering applications for the benefit of Marginalized communities.
  • To enable students to become responsible citizens with a willingness to make a Positive difference to society through their education.

Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

PEO No. PEO
1 Graduates are prepared to have successful career in industry, research areas and motivation for higher Education and to provide an opportunity to work in inter-disciplinary groups and to become future Entrepreneurs.
2 Graduates will possess necessary foundation on computational platforms and software applications in electrical engineering that will continue to develop their knowledge and skills throughout their career.
3 Graduates will inculcate professional ethics and instill social responsibility to work in teams for the Welfare of the society and fellow countrymen.

 

Program Outcomes (POs)

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

  • PO1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, electrical engineering fundamentals and specialization to the solution of complex electrical engineering problems.
  • PO2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex electrical engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • PO3. Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex electrical engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • PO4. Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • PO5. Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling of complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • PO6. The Engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • PO7. Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of and need for sustainable development.
  • PO8. Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
  • PO9. Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • PO10. Communication: Communicate effectively on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • PO11. Project managementand finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • PO12.Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

 

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

PSO No. PSO
1 Use logical & technical skills to model, simulate and analyse the controllability, reliability and sustainability of electrical and electronics components and power systems.
2 To work individually or in a team, model a system by implementing appropriate techniques, resources and tools to solve engineering problems.
3 To recognize the need for continuous learning in the broadest context of technological change.

LAB FACILITIES

The Department is equipped with state-of-the art laboratories and infrastructural facilities in all the core areas. Students gain a wide disclosure and practical hands on exercise in the modern and sophisticated equipment during their lab sessions.

Electrical Machines Laboratory-I

Facilitates the study of all DC electrical machines including special machines. The lab is equipped with DC Shunt Motor# DC Shunt Generator, DC Shunt Motor# DC Series Generator, DC Shunt Motor# DC compound Generator, DC Shunt, series & compound Motor, DC Shunt Motor# Alternator, DC Shunt Motor #Synchronous Motor, BLDC Motor, Lab Rectifier 100A Capacity

Electrical Machines Laboratory-II

Facilitates the study of all AC electrical machines. The lab is equipped with Three Phase Squirrel Cage & Slip ring induction motor, 3Φ Synchronous Motor, DC Shunt Motor# Alternator, DC Shunt Motor #Synchronous Motor, Single & three phase induction motor, transformers, Auto transformers, Various loads, Machine Models, Various ranges of Voltmeters, Ammeters, Wattmeter’s, Power factor Meters, Lab Rectifier 100 A capacity.

Power Electronics Laboratory

This Laboratory, has got equipment to study all power electronics apparatus and A.C. and D.C. drives. The lab houses power electronic training kits, chopper &Inverter control units, thyristor controllers, DSO, LCR and multimeters. Students get to learn the characteristics of various switching devices like SCR, TRIAC, MOSFET, IGBT, GTO and IGCT.They can work with half and fully controlled rectifiers, single phase and three phase inverters, choppers and AC voltage controllers. The lab also facilitates the use of simulation software which enables students to simulate all power electronics experiments. This lab aids in learning various modulation techniques of PWM inverters. The experience which the students gain from working in this lab will make them better prepared for meeting the needs of core industries.

Power System Simulation Laboratory:

Provides Computer based study of power system, control systems and power electronics using latest simulation packages. Intranet provision for all conference papers, model aptitude tests, technical advancements etc. are provided to the students. Internet connectivity provided for all students and staff. The lab is equipped with Dot-Matrix and Laser Printers, 38 high speed personal computers installed with advanced simulation software’s such as MI Power and Mat lab.

Control & Instrumentation Laboratory:

Facilitates the study of control systems and its components along with all types of transducers. The lab is equipped with Process Simulator Kit, Digital Storage Oscilloscope, AC & DC Position Control System, PID Controller, Synchro’s, AC & DC Bridges and Measurement Trainer devices like LVDT, Bourdon Pressure Gauge, Optical Transducer, Strain Gauge, Temperature Transducers and Orifice Flow Rate Meter. This laboratory provides students with a test bed to learn and practice fundamental concepts of control and measurement systems. Control Systems Laboratory also presents facilities of computing and simulation through MATLAB and demonstration on FEEDBACK designed equipment. Students are equipped with the fundamental ideas and principles that underpin modern engineering practice

Electric Circuits Lab:

Has got equipment’s, devices and ICs for the study of electronics and related topics. Facilitates the study of design of electronic circuits and verification of basic laws and theorems. The lab is equipped with Digital Storage Oscilloscope, Cathode Ray Oscilloscope, Function Generator, Regulated Power Supply, Digital LCR Meter, Energy meter and Digital Multimeter

Engineering Practice Lab:

Facilitates the study of Fundamentals of Electrical and Electronics’ Engineering. In this laboratory the basic experiments like measurements of voltage, current, power and power factor in single phase supply, residential wiring, lamp wiring and energy measurement are conducted.

Renewable Energy Lab

This laboratory facilitates the study and design of solar, wind & fuel cell based renewable energy systems. The lab is equipped with standalone and grid connected solar PV system, Digital Storage Oscilloscope, Cathode Ray Oscilloscope, Function Generator, Regulated Power Supply, Digital Energy meter and Digital Multimeter.

Department Library

  • Department Library is furnished with PC, Internet,871 technical books, 92 e-Journals,6 National Journals, Project Report collections, CD and Magazines for student’s reference.
  • NPTEL Video Library is also effectively used by students and they virtually attend expert’s lectures.
  • It has an auto library system and linked to main library.

EEE Related books available in Main Library

Description Count
Books / Monographs 4438
National Printed journals 6
E-journals subscription 92
e- Books 956

Teaching Faculty Members

Non-Teaching Members

Staff Photo Staff Name Designation Email Id
Mr. S. Raja Ram Lab Instructor rajaram@licet.ac.in
Mr. A. Selvakumar Lab Instructor selvakumar.a@licet.ac.in
Mr. M. Kotteeswaran Lab Instructor kotteeswaran@licet.ac.in

Membership in Professional Bodies

S.No. Faculty Name ID Professional Body
1 Mr. M. Augustine 93852296 IEEE
2 Ms. A. Inba Rexy 93852302 IEEE

Research Publications/Journals by Faculty

Faculty Publications Detail for 2019-2020

Sl.No. Name of the Faculty Title of the Paper Conference /Journal Publication / Details Indexing &
Impact Factor

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

1 Ms.S.Sathya Bharathy Pathobiology of ischiocavernosus and bulbospongiosus muscles in long-term diabetic male rats and its implication on erectile dysfunction. The Aging Male, August 2019, Published by Taylor and Francis, 15:1-14, https://doi.org/10.1080/13685538.2019.1647160, Scopus Indexed

Impact Factor: 2.1

2 Ms.S.Sathya Bharathy Design of Biocompatible Implant for the closure of Post Discectomy  Void and Rent Additive Manufacturing Journal, 2019.

ISSN 2395-4221, Volume 1: Issue 3,

pp. 89-94.

3 Dr.I.William Christopher Logic Control of Static Excitation System in Power Alternators using PLC International Journal of Engineering and Advanced Technology (IJEAT),

ISSN: 2249-8958, Volume:8, Issue:6,

pp-3971-3978, August, 2019.

DOI: 10.35940/ijeat F9080.088619

Scopus Indexed
4 Ms.J.S.Nancy Mary Comparative Study of Zeta and Single Stage High Voltage Gain DC-DC Converters International Journal of Electrical Engineering & Technology (IJEET) Volume 10, Issue 3, May -June 2019, pp. 45-55,

Article ID: IJEET_10_03_006,

ISSN Print: 0976-6545 and

ISSN Online: 0976-6553

url:http://www.iaeme.com/IJEET/issues.asp?JType=IJEET&VType=10&IType=3

CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS

ISBN No. &
Indexing
1 Mr.M.Augustine Characteristics Assessment of Switched Reluctance Motor with Segmented Rotor  

First IEEE International Conference on Energy, Systems and Information Processing (ICESIP 2019), 4- 6 July 2019, pp. Indian Institute of Information Technology, Design & Manufacturing (IIIT D&M), Kancheepuram, Chennai, India.

DOI: 10.1109/ICESIP46348.2019.8938386

ISBN: 978-1-7281-0419-5

Available in IEEE Xplore Digital Library &

 Scopus Indexed

Faculty Publications Detail for 2018-2019

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS
Sl.No. Name of the Faculty Title of the Paper Journal Details
1 Ms.A.Inba Rexy PV based Interleaved Boost Converter  Using IoT International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume 120 No:6, Special Issue, pp.1673-1683,2018, ISSN: 1314-3395 (on-line version), (Scopus Indexed), url:https://acadpubl.eu/hub/2018-120-6/2/124.pdf
2 Ms.J.S.Nancy Mary Optimizing the Conversion of  Waste Plastic into Electricity using a Zeta Converter International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume 120 No:6,  Special Issue, pp.1565-1578,2018 ISSN: 1314-3395 (on-line version), (Scopus Indexed), url: https://acadpubl.eu/hub/2018-120-6/2/116.pdf
3 Ms.A.Inba Rexy, Ms.J.S.Nancy Mary Design of Single-Phase Converter for Energy Efficient Lighting System International Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Volume 120 No: 6, Special Issue, pp.1209-1218, ISSN:1314-3395 (on-line version), (Scopus Indexed), url: https://acadpubl.eu/hub/2018-120-6/1/89.pdf
4 Ms.A.Inba Rexy, Ms.J.S.Nancy Mary PV Fed ZETA Converter for LED Application International Journal of Applied Engineering Research

vol.13, no.6, pp.3705-3708, 2018,

ISSN:0973-4562, (UGC Approved Journal)

url: https://www.ripublication.com/ijaer18/ijaerv13n6_76.pdf

CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS
Sl.No. Name of the Faculty Title of the Paper Conference Details
1 Ms.G.Annie Nancy Crack Detection in Rails National Conference on Emerging Trends in Electrical and Power Engineering (NCEEPE 2019), 2nd March 2019 at Meenakshi Sundararajan Engineering College, Chennai.

2

Dr.I.William Christopher Fuel Cell Based SL Quasi Z- Source Inverter for Motor Drive IEEE Fifth International Conference on Electrical Energy Systems (ICEES 2019), 21- 22 February 2019, pp. 1-6, SSN College of Engineering, Chennai, India.  (ISBN: 978-1-5386-9249-3),
(Available in IEEE Xplore Digital Library & Scopus Indexed)
DOI: 10.1109/ICEES.2019.8719296

3

Dr.I.William Christopher RHES-Economic Analysis and Power
Management for a Technical Institution using HOMER
IEEE Fifth International Conference on Electrical Energy Systems (ICEES 2019), 21- 22 February 2019, pp. 1-6, SSN College of Engineering, Chennai, India.  (ISBN: 978-1-5386-9249-3),
(Available in IEEE Xplore Digital Library & Scopus Indexed)
DOI: 10.1109/ICEES.2019.8719307

Faculty Publications Detail for 2017-2018

Sl.No. Name of the Faculty Title of the Paper Conference /Journal Publication / Details
Journal Publications

1

Ms.A.Inba Rexy Implementation of dc-dc boost converter for fuel cell system International Journal of Advanced and Innovative Research, 118 / Vol. 6 Issue 6, pp.118-122, 2017, (ISSN: 2278-7844).

2

Ms.J.S.Nancy Mary Staircase climbing robot using the rocker bogie mechanism IOSR Journal of Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Vol.12, Issue 3,  2017, (ISSN : 2394-6814)

3

Mr.A.Infantraj A Multimodal Biometric Recognition System using Principal Component Analysis and Feedforward Neural Network for Mobile Applications International Journal of Advanced Research in Education & Technology (IJARET), Vol. 4, Issue 4, pp. 17-21, Oct.- Dec.2017.
(ISSN : 2394-6814).

4

Mr.M.Augustine A Multimodal Biometric Recognition System using Principal Component Analysis and Feedforward Neural Network for Mobile Applications International Journal of Advanced Research in Education & Technology (IJARET), Vol. 4, Issue 4, pp. 17-21, Oct.- Dec.2017.
(ISSN : 2394-6814).

5

Ms.S.Sathya Bharathy

Therapeutic potential of Mucuna pruriens (Linn.) on ageing induced damage in dorsal nerve of the penis and its implication on erectile function: an experimental study using albino rats.

The Aging Male. 2018, Feb 15:1-14. doi: 10.1080/13685538.2018.1439005 (IMPACT FACTOR – 2.1)

Conference Publications

1

Dr. S.Prathiba Integration of Supply and Demand Side Management Strategies in Generation Expansion Planning Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Power Electronics and Renewable Energy Systems (ICPERES- 2K18), 4th and 5th April 2018 at Rajalakshmi Engineering College, Chennai.

2

Dr. S.Prathiba E-Home Proceedings of  2nd  International Conference on Power Electronics and Renewable Energy Systems (ICPERES- 2K18),4th and 5th April 2018 at Rajalakshmi Engineering College, Chennai.

3

Dr.I.William Christopher PV Based Three Switch Isolated DC-DC Boost Converter Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Energy Efficient Technologies for Sustainability (ICEETS’18), 5-7 April 2018, St.Xavier’s Catholic College of Engineering, Nagercoil.       (Available in SSRN e-Library of Elsevier: https://ssrn.com/abstract=3161877).

4

Dr.I.William Christopher Simulation Study of Three Switch Isolated DC-DC Boost Converter Proceedings of International Conference on Recent Trends in Science, Engineering & Management (ICRTSEM -2018), pp.118, 23-24 February 2018 at Karpaga Vinayaga College of Engineering & Technology, (KVCET), Kanchipuram.

5

Ms.A.Inba Rexy Design of Single-Phase Converter for Energy Efficient Lighting System Proceedings of ICIDSET: EEE-8-B, 17-18 April 2018 at KCG College of Engineering and Technology, Chennai.

6

Ms.A.Inba Rexy A Novel Photovoltaic Inverter for Railway Application Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Energy Efficient Technologies for Sustainability (ICEETS’18), 5-7 April 2018,  St.Xavier’s Catholic College of Engineering, Nagercoil.
(Available in SSRN e-Library of Elsevier:  https://ssrn.com/abstract=3168368).

7

Ms.A.Inba Rexy PV based Interleaved Boost Converter  Using IoT Proceedings of ICIDSET: EEE-53 A, 17-18 April 2018 at KCG College of Engineering and Technology, Chennai.

8

Ms.A.Inba Rexy Self-governing workplace ambience controller IEEE Region 10 Symposium (TENSYMP).

9

Ms.J.S.Nancy Mary Optimizing the Conversion of  Waste Plastic into Electricity using a Zeta Converter Proceedings of ICIDSET:EEE-43 A, 17-18 April 2018 at KCG College of Engineering and Technology, Chennai.

10

Ms.J.S.Nancy Mary A Novel Photovoltaic Inverter for Railway Application Proceedings of 4th International Conference on Energy Efficient Technologies for Sustainability (ICEETS’18), 5-7 April 2018, St.Xavier’s Catholic College of Engineering, Nagercoil.
(Available in SSRN e-Library of Elsevier:  https://ssrn.com/abstract=3168368).

11

Ms.G.Annie Nancy  

Smart Wheel Chair

Proceedings of 2nd International Conference on Power Electronics and Renewable Energy Systems (ICPERES- 2K18), 4th and 5th April 2018 at Rajalakshmi Engineering College, Chennai.

12

Ms.G.Annie Nancy Smart Cane Proceedings of  2nd  International Conference on Power Electronics and Renewable Energy Systems (ICPERES- 2K18),4th and 5th April 2018 at Rajalakshmi Engineering College, Chennai.

13

Ms.L.Ramya Hyacinth Intelligent PLC based Cooling System for Urban Transformer using SCADA Proceedings of International Conference on Scientific Research and Innovations-1.0 (ICSRI), 6th and 8th April 2018 at Chennai Institute of Technology, Chennai.

14

Mr.A.Infantraj Performance Analysis of SEPIC & M-SEPIC for BLDC Motor (Received Best Paper Award) Proceedings of International Conference on Informatics, Robotics, Construction and Communication (ICIRCC’ 18) 7th and 8th April 2018 at PERI Institute of Technology, Chennai.

15

Ms.M.Monisha Ann Microcontroller Based Inverter Proceedings of  2nd  International Conference on Power Electronics and Renewable Energy Systems (ICPERES- 2K18),4th and 5th April 2018 at Rajalakshmi Engineering College, Chennai.

16

Ms.M.Monisha Ann Dual Input Central Capacitor DC-DC converter using PV and Battery Proceedings of  2nd  International Conference on Power Electronics and Renewable Energy Systems (ICPERES- 2K18),4th and 5th April 2018 at Rajalakshmi Engineering College, Chennai.

17

Ms.S.Priyadarshni Automatic Patient Health Monitoring System Proceedings of International Conference on Recent Trends in Science, Engineering & Management (ICRTSEM -2018), pp.118, 23-24 February 2018 at Karpaga Vinayaga College of Engineering & Technology, (KVCET), Kanchipuram.

18

Ms.S.Priyadarshni Arduino based Gesture Controlled Universal Remote and Home Automation Proceedings of International Conference on Scientific Research and Innovations-1.0 (ICSRI), 6th and 8th April 2018 at Chennai Institute of Technology, Chennai.

19

Ms.S.Sathya Bharathy Design of Biocompatible Implant for the closure of Post Discectomy  Void and Rent 8th International Conference on 3D Printing and Additive Manufacturing Technologies, 7-8th September, 2018, The Lalit Ashok, Bangalore, INDIA

Faculty Publications Detail for 2016-2017

Sl. No. Name of the Faculty Title of the Paper Journal/ Conference Details
Journal Publications

1

Ms.A.Inba Rexy Investigation of current control techniques of ac-dc interleaved boost PFC converter Circuits and Systems, (2016) 7: pp.307-326.

(ISSN: 2153-1285)

2

Ms.L.Ramya Hyacinth A novel design of hybrid power generation in vehicles using suspension based rack – pinion & piezo electric system  

International Journal of Science And Innovative Engineering & Technology (ISBN 978-81-904760-9-6), Vol.3, May 2017 Issue.

Conference Publications

1

Ms.A.Inba Rexy Analysis and evaluation of performance parameters for interleaved PFC boost converter Proceedings of  ICETSET 2017, 17March 2017.

Faculty Publications Detail for 2015-2016

Sl. No. Name of the Faculty Title of the Paper Journal/ Conference Details
Journal Publications

1

Ms.A Inba Rexy Automated monitoring of industrial loads using IoT and control using wireless technology Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research 24 (S1), (ISSN 1990-9233), 2016, pp.55-58.

2

Ms.A Inba Rexy A hybrid solar tracking system with photovoltaic cells and thermoelectric module International Journal for Research in Applied Science and Engineering Technology, Vol.4, Issue V, May 2016, pp.121-127. (ISSN: 2321-9653).

3

Ms.L.Ramya Hyacinth Modeling and simulation of a differential protection relay against internal and external faults for a 3ø transformer International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, ,Vol. 5, Special Issue 5, March 2016, pp.18-22.(ISSN 2320–3765).

4

Ms.L.Ramya Hyacinth Design and implementation of a power conditioning unit for charging a laptop using PV cell array International Journal of Advanced Research in Electrical, Electronics and Instrumentation Engineering, ,Vol. 5, Special Issue 5, March 2016, pp.23-27.(ISSN 2320 –3765).
Conference Publications

1

Ms.A.Inba Rexy Computation of performance parameters for interleaved PFC boost converter Proceedings of   ICETS’16, 18&19th March 2016

Conferences and Seminars

S. No Name of the faculty Name of Conference/ Symposium/ Workshop Date
1 Ms.Padmavathy Jawahar ISCE April 2012
2 Mrs. Inba Rexy A International Conference on Science and Innovative Engineering April 2013
3 Mrs.Vinifa International Conference on Energy Efficient Technologies for Sustainability 2013
4 Mrs. Inba Rexy A International Conference on Recent Advances in Mechanical Engineering and Interdisplinary Development,2014 March 2014
5 Mrs. Inba Rexy A International Conference on Electrical, Electronics and computer engineering March 2015
6 Mr. Dhanasekaran National Conference on Expanding Horizon in Computer, Information Technology, Telecommunication & Electronics, EXCITE April 2012
7 Mrs. Annie Nancy G National Conference on Recent Trends in Engineering March 2016
8 Mrs. L. Ramya Hyacinth National Conference on “Advances in Electrical & Electronics Engineering (NCAEEE-2016)” March 2016
9 Mrs. Inba Rexy A IEEE TENSYMP 2017 July 2017
10 Mrs. Nancy Mary J S International Conference on Science & Innovative Engineering April 2017

Faculty Training / Development Program

Faculty Participation (2019-2020)

Sl.No. Name of the faculty Title of the program Duration No. of Days Organized by
1. Ms. S. Sathya Bharathy ‘FDTP on Deep learning in medical imaging applications’ 07.06.2019 To 08.06.2019 2 Rajalakshmi Engineering

College, Chennai.

2 Ms. S. Sathya Bharathy “Curious Program” 26.09.2019

To

27.09.209

 

2

HTIC, IIT PALS, Chennai
Ms. G. Annie Nancy
3. Mr.M.Augustine National Level Workshop on Rudiments of BLDC & Reluctance Motor Design 22.11.2019

&

23.11.2019

2 PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore. &

Siemens

4. Dr. S. Prathiba STTP on “Control and Automation (ICT14)” 18.11.2019

To

22.11.2019

 

5

NITTTR, Kolkata
Dr. A. Inba Rexy
Dr. I. William Christopher
Ms. J. S. Nancy Mary
Ms. S. Sathya Bharathy
Ms. G. Annie Nancy
Ms. L. Ramya Hyacinth
Mr. A. Infantraj
Ms. M. Monisha Ann
Mr. M. Augustine
Ms. S. Priyadarshni
5. Dr. S. Prathiba FDTP on “ EE8251-Circuit theory” 9.12.2019

To

14.12.2019

 

6

CFD, Anna University,

Chennai.

Ms. G. Annie Nancy
Mr. A. Infantraj
Mr. Augustine
Ms. Jasmine
6. Dr. I. William Christopher

 

ATAL sponsored “Power Electronic Converters and Controllers for EV & Smart Grid 18.12.2019

To

22.12.2019

 

5

IIITDM, Kancheepuram
7. Ms. J.S. Nancy Mary Battery technology for E-Vehicle 26.12.2019

To

28.12.2019

3 IIITDM, Kancheepuram
8. Mr. A. Infantraj

 

One Day workshop on Arduino 08.02.2020 1 LICET,Chennai-34
9. Dr. I. William Christopher

 

Ideation and Proposal Writing Workshop 12.02.2020 1 Industrial Consultancy and Sponsored Research(IC&SR),IIT Madras
10. Ms. L. Ramya Hyacinth Design to Real time Operation 13.02.2020 1 ETAP, ITC, Grand Chola, Chennai.

Faculty Participation (2018-2019

Sl. No. Name of the faculty Title of the program Duration No. of Days Organized by
1. Ms. A. Inba Rexy Integration Of Green Energy With Smart Grid Through IOT 19.06.2018 To

23.06.2018

5 Sathyabama Institute of Science & Technology & DST-SERB
2. Ms. A. Inba Rexy “Energy Storage & Conversion Technologies” 15.11.2018

&

16.11.2018

2 SSN College of

Engineering, Chennai.

Ms. J.S. Nancy Mary
3. Ms. S. Priyadarshni FDP on TLP 13.11.2018

To

15.11.2018

3 IITM, Chennai
4. Dr. S. Prathiba Two Week FDTP “Power System Transients” 16.11.2018

To

29.11.2018

12 CFD,

Anna University ,

Chennai-600025

Dr. I. William Christopher
Ms. G. Annie Nancy
Mr. A. Infantraj
5. Ms. S. Sathya Bharathy National Level FDTP on Image Analysis in Spatial Domain 23.11.2018

To

24.11.2018

2 Rajalakshmi Engineering

College, Chennai.

Ms. G. Annie Nancy
6. Dr. S. Prathiba  STTP on “Indian

Electricity Rule and Code of Practices” (ICT08)

26.11.2018 To 30.11.2018

 

5 NITTTR, Kolkata
Ms. A. Inba Rexy
Dr. I. William Christopher
Ms. J. S. Nancy Mary
Ms. S. Sathya Bharathy
Ms. G. Annie Nancy
Ms. L. Ramya Hyacinth
Mr. A. Infantraj
Ms. M. Monisha Ann
Mr. M. Augustine
Ms. S. Priyadarshni
7. Ms. A Inba Rexy Small Wind Turbine 10.12.2018 To

12.12.2018

3 NIWE & MNRE
Ms. J. S. Nancy Mary
8. Dr. S. Prathiba Short Term Training Program through  ICT mode on NBA Accreditation 22.04.2019 To 26.04.2019 5 ICT, NITTR, Kolkatta

Student Strength

Batch GRAND TOTAL
2016-2020 2017-2021 2018-2022 2019-2023
BOYS GIRLS BOYS GIRLS BOYS GIRLS BOYS GIRLS
37 31 47 21 36 26 27 26 251
Total 68 Total 68 Total 62 Total 53

Students Accolades

LICET students bags the Abdul Kalam Young Achiever Award-2017

Value Added Course

ACY (2019-20)
  • A 5 days Value added course on HANDS-ON TRAINING IN PCB DESIGN was organized and conducted by the Department of EEE for II year EEE students from 26.08.19 to 30.08.19. Totally 63 students attended the course. The resource persons are Mr. N. Pothurasan and team of Hashan Medicare conducted the course.
  • The Value added course on EMBEDDED SYSTEMS was organized and conducted by the Department of EEE for III year EEE students from 3.12.19 to 5.12.19. Totally 68 students attended the course. The Chief resource persons Dr.Athif Shah/CEO of ABE Semiconductors and design and team conducted the course.
  • Department of EEE has organized a two day hands on training on ‘A bridge between Theory & Practice in Dynamics & Control using an Aero-thrust Pendulum’ from 6.12.19 to 7.12.19. Third year EEE students attended the training. The resource persons are Dr.M. Senthilkuar & Dr.K. Murugesan, Associate professors of SSN College of Engineering Chennai.
  • The value added course on MATLAB AND SIMULINK FOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEERS (EVA019) approved by Anna university is conducted for third year EEE students. Mr. Infantraj.A /AP/EEE was the resource person for this course
  • Hands on training on REFRIGERATION AND AIR-CONDITIONING SYSTEMS was conducted on 24.2.20 to 25.2.20 in association with Daikin.40 Students of third EEE participated in the program. The resource person Mr.Ashok,Regional Manager conducted the training session.

Expert Lecture/Guest Lecture

2019 -2020

GUEST LECTURE –(2019-20) Association Professional Society

 

DATE Venue TOPIC SPEAKER’S NAME AND ADDRESS PARTICIPANTS
22.07.2019 J31 Fabrication of Memory Devices Dr. Mayur Sundararajan, Business Head – Superfan,
Versa Drives (P) Ltd.,Coimbatore
III EEE  

EEL

J13 Applications of Nanoscience Dr. T. Theivasanthi, International Research Centre, Kalasalingam, Krishnankoil IV EEE  

EEL

15.10.2019 D23 Motivational Talk Mr. D. Sundarasekaran, Retd. GM – Plant, MFL I EEE  

EEL

17.10.2019 G01 Motivational Talk by disseminating the MSME Schemes for young entrepreneurs. Mr. K. M. Balajee, Assistant Director, MSME I EEE  

EEL

09.12.2019 J13 Significance of Reactive power & its Impact in Power factor correction. Mr. S. Selvakumar, Founder, Power Projects India II EEE EEL
07.01.2020 F11 Solar Rooftop PV Energy Applications with both Off-Grid and On-Grid configurations Mr. R. Raghavan, Former General Manager, BHEL. IV EEE EEL
13.02.2020 F11 Transition to Electric Mobility – Challenges and Opportunities Mr. K. R. A. Nair, Retd. Executive Director-Development, LUCAS TVS. III EEE EEL
19.02.2020 F11 Motivational Talk – New Age of Electricity Mr. K. R. A. Nair, Retd. Executive Director-Development, LUCAS TVS. I EEE EEL
GUEST LECTURE –(2018-19) Association Professional Society

 

DATE Venue TOPIC SPEAKER’S NAME AND ADDRESS PARTICIPANTS
19.07.2018 G01 How to scale up yourself for year 2020 – Engineering, Professional and Employability needs Dr. Ranganathan Vijayaraghavan, CEO Madras Academy of Skill and Knowledge (MASK), Chennai III  & IV EEE  

EEL

04.09.2018 F11 Practical Insight into Analysis of Power Systems Mr.S.Selvakumar, Lead Engineer – Microgrid and Distributed Generation, ABB, Chennai III EEE  

EEL

04.09.2018 & 05.09.2018 F01 Introduction to Power System Simulation Software’s Mr.S.Selvakumar, ABB ,Chennai IV EEE  

EEL

08.02.2019 G01 Operation and Nuclear Safety of Nuclear Power Plants Mr.Nicholas Pot, Retd. Programme Director, World Association of Nuclear
Operators (WANO)
II & III EEE  

EEL

21.02.2019 F11 Upcoming Electrical Systems in Core Industries Mr. D.Sundarasekaran, Retd. GM-Plant, MFL II EEE  

EEL

22.03.2019 F11 Emerging Technologies Mr.Kirubakaran Candasamy,Cheif Technology Officer, KKMSOFT (P) Ltd., Chennai IV EEE  

EEL

22.03.2019 F11 Recent trends in Power Systems Engineering Mr. M. S. Balasubramanian,Engineering Manager,Power Transmission & Distribution – Business Unit,Larsen & Toubro Ltd., Chennai I & II EEE  

EEL

27.03.2019 F11 Intellectual property rights Dr. O.N.Singh, Honorable Technical Member PVPAT , Intellectual Property Appellate Board I EEE EEL

2017 – 2018

GUEST LECTURE –(2017-18) Association Professional Society

 

DATE Venue TOPIC SPEAKER’S NAME AND ADDRESS PARTICIPANTS
26.07.2017 G01 Quality Assurance Commander S. Chandran II EEE, III EEE & IV EEE EEL
31.08.2017 G01 Energy Conservation Awareness Program Dr. P. Dharmalingam, Executive Director, Ensave Consultancy & Training Pvt. Ltd. III EEE & IV EEE EEL
11.12.2017 G01 Digitalization of Solar Energy & Future of Fossil Fuels Dr. Abdul Azeez Mohammed Fakir, President & CEO – Power Conversion, GE Power. II EEE & IV EEE  

EEL

12.12.2017 G01 Signal Processing in Assistive Technology – Bionic Eye Dr. Antony Louis Piriyakumar, Technical Expert, Siemens III EEE  

EEL

12.12.2017 G01 Electronic Warfare & Information Warfare Ms. Latha Christe, Associate Director & Scientist-G, MTRDC, DRDO, Bangalore II EEE & IV EEE  

EEL

03.01.2018 F11 Electrical Energy Conservation and Electrical Safety Mr. Ramamurthy, Assistant Engineer, TNEB Public & LICET Maintenance Faculty  

EEL

24.01.2018 F11 Electrical Engineering in Petrochemical Industries Mr. L. Saravanan, Senior Engineer, SAIPEM III EEE & IV EEE EEL

Industrial Visit

2019 – 2020

Industrial Visit (2019-20)
SI.No Date Company Name Year Faculty In-Charge
1. 28.06.2019 National Atmospheric Research Laboratory III Mr.M.Augustine,AP/EEE

Ms L.Ramya Hyacinth, /AP/EEE

2. 18.06.2019

19.06.2019

Siemens Gamesa, Chennai IV Ms.S. Sathya Bharathy,AP/EEE

Ms.S.Priyadarshini, AP/EEE

3. 16.07.2019 Port Trust, Chennai II Ms.G. Annie Nancy,AP/EEE

Mr.A.Infant Raj,AP/EEE

4. 19.12.19 Panickker ,Switch Gear, Chennai III Mr.M.Augustine,AP/EEE

Ms L.Ramya Hyacinth, /AP/EEE

5. 13.2.20 Numeric systems, Chennai II Ms.G. Annie Nancy,AP/EEE

Mr.A.Infant Raj,AP/EEE

6. 13.2.20 Renewable Energy Expo,Nandhanam IV Ms.S. Sathya Bharathy,AP/EEE

Ms.S.Priyadarshini, AP/EEE

7. 26.2.20 Modern Bakers I Ms. Nilavu,AP/H&S

2018 – 2019

INDUSTRIAL VISIT (2018-19)
SI.No Date Company Name Year Faculty In-Charge
1. 14.08.2018 CSIR-Tower Testing Station III Ms.S. Sathya Bharathy,AP/EEE

Ms.S.Priyadarshini, AP/EEE

2. 10.09.2018 National Institute of Wind Energy IV Ms.G. Annie Nancy,AP/EEE

Ms. Monisha Ann,AP/EEE

3. 14.01.2019 Load Dispatch Centre III Ms.S. Sathya Bharathy,AP/EEE

Ms.S.Priyadarshini, AP/EEE

4. 21.01.2019 Andrew and Yule II Mr.M.Augustine,AP/EEE

Ms L.Ramya Hyacinth, /AP/EEE

5. 11.03.2019 V-Equal Services I Mr.A.Infant Raj,AP/EEE
6. 20.03.2019 Modern Bakers I Mr.A.Infant Raj,AP/EEE

2017 – 2018

INDUSTRIAL VISIT (2017-18)
SI.No Date Company Name Year Faculty In-Charge
1. 04.07.2017 Integral Coach Factory II Ms.S. Sathya Bharathy,AP/EEE

Ms.S.Priyadarshini, AP/EEE

2. 01.08.2017 North Chennai Thermal Plant II Ms.S. Sathya Bharathy,AP/EEE

Ms.S.Priyadarshini, AP/EEE

3. 15.09.2017 Indian Space Research Organization III Dr.William Christopher/ Associate Professor/EEE
4. 13.12.2017 CSIR-Tower Testing Station III Ms.G. Annie Nancy,AP/EEE

 

5. 25.01.2018 Doordashan Kendra II Ms.S. Sathya Bharathy,AP/EEE

Ms.S.Priyadarshini, AP/EEE

6. 20.03.2018 Sriperambadur 400KV substation I Mr.M.Augustine,AP/EEE

Ms L.Ramya Hyacinth, /AP/EEE

IV/IPT/INTERNSHIP DETAILS

INTERNSHIPS (2019-20)

SI.No Student Name Year Company Name From and To date
1. Alan K Sabu  

IV

Tirumala Milk Products Pvt. Ltd. 09.01.2020 to 16.03.2020
2. Berni Bernald B IV Skill Lync

 

02.01.2020 to 31.03.20
3. Jenet Shirley M
4. Rahul Ranjit IV Tirumala Milk Products Pvt. Ltd. 21.01.2020 to 16.03.2020
5. Swathi D M IV Internshala 01.01.2020 to 30.02.2020
6. Kevin Arnold Rossario IV Tecnimont 10.12.19 to 30.01.20

INTERNSHIPS (2018-19)

SI.No Student Name Year Company Name From and To date
1. Maria Sahaya Abiya A III SP Robotics

 

28.05.19 to 29.06.19

 

2. Ashika L
3. Sushmitha K
4. Rahul Ranjith III Tirumala Milk Products Pvt. Ltd. 20.05.19 to 03.07.19
5. Arcadius Mejo
6. Delsa Davis III ONGC

ONGC

27.05.19 to 15.06.19

27.05.19 to 15.06.19

7. Jayashree R C
8. Ignacious Sumith J III Wegot Utility Solutions

 

08.05.19 to 14.06.19

 

9. Xavi Sinduja B
10. Raymoniya Elizabeth V III Power Gear Limited 02.05.19 to 28.05.19
11. Treasa Pearlin Nelson III Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems 06.05.19 to 29.05.19
12. Ajay Jose III Nextwave Multimedia 09.05.19 to 09.06.19
13. McKenzie Lionel Joseph III PETROFAC 23.05.19 to 21.06.19
14. Mary Steffi Henry III Southern Green Power Service 01.12.18 to 31.12.18

IN PLANT TRAINING (2019-20)

SI.NO Student Name Year Company Name Duration
1. Aakash S II Shri Vaari Electricals Pvt Ltd

 

6 days

 

2. Steffy
3. Sai Aanandhan P
4. Nithyasree K
5. Lathika Rakshini G J
6. Esther Rebekah H G
7. Trinita J
8. Vignesh
9. Devaki Sai  

II

Emaar Electricals

 

7 days

 

10. Akil Tamil Iniya
11. Priyadharshini
12. Gokul Ram
13. Kayser II Sundhar Electricals Pvt Ltd

 

6 days

 

14. Taarif Muhamad
15. Shangeeth G R
16. Mahesh Bhupati
17. Hariharan M II Saint Gobain

 

5 days

 

18. Karthikeyan M
19. Jayaseelan Rosario Antony P II ICF,Chennai

 

7 days

 

20. Kamalesh T
21. Karunya B
22. Praneetha C II Vortex – IITM Research Park 5 days
23. Clinton Maria Piano C III Meter,Relay and Testing,TNEB, Nagercoil

 

5 days
24. Febin Joseph T
25. Franiyo Anton J R
26. Michael Miller M
27. Jeffrey Cyril J III Wheels India Ltd.,Padi

 

2 days

 

28. John Michael Callagan P
29. Merwin Deepak A
30. Helan Nivetha J III Salem Steel plant 7 days
31. Surgena

IN PLANT TRAINING (2018-19)

SI.NO Student Name Year Company Name Duration
1. Nishmitha.L III NLC 5 Days
2. Arcadius Mejo.H III TNEB Nagarkovil 5 Days
3. Ashika.L
4. Harshini.B III TNEB Chennai 5 Days
5. Allen Selestine.L
6. JayaShree.R.C
7. Ignacious Sumith.J
8. Jenet Shirley.M
9. Aroop Samuel Paul.S III TNEB Chennai

 

5 Days

 

10. Deepak Antony Amalrose.S
11. Harshini.B
12. Jenet Shirley.M
13. Vigneshwar.V II EATON Pondicherry 2 Days
14. Clinton Maria Piano.C II WOORY Chennai 12 Days
15. Sonali.G II UNIQ Technologies,Chennai

 

7 Days

 

16. Hariram.M II
17. Marcel Jones Raymond.M II Ramesh Conductors,Salem

 

3 Days

 

18. Monica Selas.J
19. Fabiola Sherine.A
20. Arul Victor.M
21. Alwin Joseph.J II
22. Vijay Alwin.A II DCW Ltd Tuticorin 5 Days
23. Ashly Varghese II AAR chennai 4 Days
24. Erasto Melvin Raj.A.M II ICF Chennai 8 Days
25. Sonali.G II CONSUL NEOWATT

 

5 Days

 

26. Madhumith.M
27. Vignesh.P
28. Ashly Varghese
29. Sneegha.J
30. Rekha.R
31. DevaDharshini.P
32. Srihar.N
33. Krishna Moorthy Santose.V
34. Rohit Surya.RDS
35. Hariram.M
36. Viswa.N.R
37. Aditi Anandh I Kaashiv Infotech 5 Days

 

38. Taarif Muhammad

PLACEMENT /HIGHER STUDIES DETAILS

PLACEMENT (2019-20)

SI.NO STUDENT NAME REGISTER NO NAME OF THE EMPLOYER
1 Arcadius Mejo H 311116105008 TCS
2 Ashika L 311116105011 TCS
3 Berni Bernald 311116105013 Skill Lync
4 Bharathi K 311116105014 Zerah Technologies Private Limited
5 Delsa Davis 311116105017 Alstom Transports
6 Jenet Shirley M 311116105034 Skill Lync
7 Jino Starlin 311116105035 TCS
8 Joel Sujan 311116105036 Expeditors
9 Maria Sahaya Abiya A 311116105040 HCL
10 Nandha S 311116105043 TCS
11 Rahul Ranjit 311116105044 Pickyourtrail
12 Raymoniya Elizabeth V 311116105047 Infosys
13 Treasa Pearlin Nelson 311116105058 TCS
14 Xavi Sinduja B 311116105063 Xcel Corp

PLACEMENT (2018-19)

SI.NO STUDENT NAME REGISTER NO NAME OF THE EMPLOYER
1 ABESHIEK RAJ A P 311115105001 ROBERT BOSCH, INFOSYS
2 ABISHEK JOEL C 311115105003 TCS , VALEO
3 CAASBINO S A 311115105011 THE SCHOLAR’S ACADEMY
4 DHIVYA PRIYA C 311115105013 THE SCHOLAR’S ACADEMY
5 DIVYA LAVEENA A 311115105015 THE SCHOLAR’S ACADEMY
6 JOVIN TONY J 311115105024 CHIP TEST
7 KIRANCUMAR KSE 311115105026 MHPASIS
8 MARY DAISY ASHWINI P 311115105029 CTS
9 MUHAMMAD MINNA OORDEEN A 311115105032 ROBERT BOSCH, TCS
10 NIVEDA M S 311115105035 CALIBRAINT TECHNOLOGIES
11 PUSHPALATHA U 311115105039 SONATA/ROBERT BOSCH/THE SCHOLAR’S ACADEMY
12 RUBASHA 311115105043 ICICI BANK
13 SAKTHI PRIYA P 311115105045 CTS
14 SNOW NISHA A 311115105050 THE SCHOLAR’S ACADEMY
15 THERESE RACHAEL J 311115105054 ROBERT BOSCH
16 XAVIER PRAVEEN A 311115105058 CLAIBRAINT
17 KARGUVEL 311115105306 TEMPEL
18 VIMAL RAJ 311115105313 TEMPEL
19 ANNIE K 311115105701 CTS/THE SCHOLAR’S ACADEMY
20 ARUN JEROFFER 311115105701 TEMPEL
21 BLESSY PAULY 311115105704 WABAG

HIGHER STUDIES(2018-19)

SI.No. Name Of the Student Register No. College Name/University Details
1 Sajwa Maryam 311115105044 University of Warwick, Singapore
2 Priyadharshini KG 311115105038 Hochschule Ravensvurg-weingarten, Germany
3 Suja Joseph 311115105053 EESEC Business school, France
4 Abisha Therese J 311115105002 Alliance University, Bengaluru
5 Roshini A 311115105044 SSN- MBA, Chennai
6 Earlina D 311115105016 ICAM,France
7 Stephen J 311115105052 Symbiosis Institute, India
8 Arulious Jora A 311115105007 Hochschule Ravensvurg-weingarten, Germany
9 Joshini Infant S 311115105023 ICAM,France
10 Atulya A 311115105010 Monash University,Australia

HIGHER STUDIES(2017-18)

SI.No. Name Of the Student Register No. College Name/University Details
1 Shilpa 311114105041 University of Windsor, Canada
2 Jose Marlin 311114105025 PSG tech, Coimbatore
3 Ashwin Raj 311114105006 CEG,Anna University
4 Kathan Irish 311114105030 MIT,Chennai
5 Silvia Noble 311114105057 University of california
6 Noble Emelia 311114105040 CEG,Anna University
7 Mouric 311114105036 AMET University
8 Jeneve Vinolia 311114105020 LIBA,Chennai
9 Cianna 311114105011 GCT,Coimbatore
10 Jovita Mary 311114105029 LIBA,Chennai

Student Participation

Technical Events

S. No. Name Date / Duration Event Contest / Symposium Host Institution Participation / Won (Place) Cash received if any Within state / Outside state
1 M.Clare Britny 13 March 2020  English Poster Presentation Convergence 2020 Sri Sairam College of engineering ,Chennai Won (II Place) Rs.600 Within state
2 G.Varsha 13 March 2020 English Poster Presentation Convergence 2020 Sri Sairam College of engineering ,Chennai Won (II Place) Rs.600 Within state
3 M.S.Harinni 13 March 2020 Poster presentation Convergence 2020 Sri Sairam College of engineering ,Chennai Participation Within state
4 S.Priyanka 13 March 2020 Poster presentation Convergence 2020 Sri Sairam College of engineering ,Chennai Participation Within state
5 Masha Antoinette Philbert 25 Jan 2020- 26 Jan 2020 Workshop on Electric two wheeler design SAEINDIA Southern Section Madras Institue of Technology Chennai Participation Within state
6 FRANCIS ARUL AROKIAM R 28 Feb 2020 – 29 Feb 2020 Seminar on Leadership Quality Improvemment Forming Responsible Leaders for Tomorrow St. Joseph’s College,Trichy Participation Within state
7 Kamalakannan .S 13 March 2020 Physics  paper presentation Convergence 2020 Sri Sairam College of Engineering, Chennai participation Within state
8 Deepak.M 3/13/2020 Physics  paper presentation Convergence 2020 Sri Sairam College of Engineering, Chennai participation Within state
9 Ahinsha Jero L 30/09/2019- still happening Innovation Challenge IICDC 2019 DST & Texas Instruments, powered by AICTE mission Won quarter finals and selected for semi-finals Within state
10 Anandhi M 30/09/2019- still happening Innovation Challenge IICDC 2019 DST & Texas Instruments, powered by AICTE mission Won quarter finals and selected for semi-finals Within state
11 Esther Rebekah H G 30/09/2019- still happening Innovation Challenge IICDC 2019 DST & Texas Instruments, powered by AICTE mission Won quarter finals and selected for semi-finals Within state
12 Kayser J 30/09/2019- still happening Innovation Challenge IICDC 2019 DST & Texas Instruments, powered by AICTE mission Won quarter finals and selected for semi-finals Within state
13 Nisha K 30/09/2019- still happening Innovation Challenge IICDC 2019 DST & Texas Instruments, powered by AICTE mission Won quarter finals and selected for semi-finals Within state
14 Sai Aanandhan P 30/09/2019- still happening Innovation Challenge IICDC 2019 DST & Texas Instruments, powered by AICTE mission Won quarter finals and selected for semi-finals Within state
15 Masha Antoinette Philbert 30/09/2019- still happening Innovation Challenge IICDC 2019 DST & Texas Instruments, powered by AICTE mission selected for semi finals Within state
16 Praneetha C 30/09/2019- still happening Innovation Challenge IICDC 2019 DST & Texas Instruments, powered by AICTE mission selected for semi finals Within state
17 Lathika 30/09/2019- still happening Innovation Challenge IICDC 2019 DST & Texas Instruments, powered by AICTE mission selected for semi finals Within state
18 McKenzie Lionel Joseph. P 30/09/2019- still happening Innovation Challenge IICDC 2019 DST & Texas Instruments, powered by AICTE mission selected for semi finals Within state
19 Vishal Ram 30/09/2019- still happening Innovation Challenge IICDC 2019 DST & Texas Instruments, powered by AICTE mission selected for semi finals Within state
20 Nithyasree 30/09/2019- still happening Innovation Challenge IICDC 2019 DST & Texas Instruments, powered by AICTE mission selected for semi finals Within state
21 Mckenzie Lionel Joseph.P 6 Jan 2020-10 Jan 2020 Workshop  Power Converters for e-mobility PSG College of Technology Participation Within state
22 Vishal Ram 6 Jan 2020-10 Jan 2020 Workshop  Power Converters for e-mobility PSG College of Technology Participation Within state

Non Technical Events

S. No. Name Date / Duration Event Contest / Symposium Host Institution Participation / Won (Place) Cash received if any Within state / Outdise state
1 MAHESH BHUPATHI 26 Feb 2020 Tex talks EPSILON 2020 Loyola College Within state
2 MAHESH BHUPATHI 26 Feb 2020 Delegates minds EPSILON 2020 Loyola College Within state
3 MAHESH BHUPATHI 2 March Business idea Chrysalis 2020 Loyola institute of business administration Within state
4 MAHESH BHUPATHI 22 February Startup festival Enantra 2020 Anna university Within state

Sports

S. No. Name Date / Duration Event Host Participation / Won (Place) Cash received if any Within state / Outdise state
1 Masha Antoinette Philbert 6 Jan 2020- 7 Jan 2020 TAEKWONDO Anna University- Inter Zonal Meet Won (I place) within state
2 Masha Antoinette Philbert 10 Mar 2020- 13 Mar 2020 TAEKWONDO All India Inter Univeristy Turnament 2019-20 Participated outside state
3 H.ARCADIUS MEJO 4×400 relay Anna University
Zonal Athletic Meet
Participation within state
4 Mckenzie Lionel Joseph.P Feb 2020 Chess Chennai District Chess Championship – Under 25 category Won (V Place) within state

Student Participation

FACULTY PARTICIPATION (2019-2020)
Sl.No. Name of the faculty Title of the program Duration No. of Days Organized by
1. Ms. S. Sathya Bharathy ‘FDTP on Deep learning in medical imaging applications’ 07.06.2019 To 08.06.2019 2 Rajalakshmi Engineering

College, Chennai.

2 Ms. S. Sathya Bharathy “Curious Program” 26.09.2019

To

27.09.209

 

2

HTIC, IIT PALS, Chennai
Ms. G. Annie Nancy
3. Mr.M.Augustine National Level Workshop on Rudiments of BLDC & Reluctance Motor Design 22.11.2019

&

23.11.2019

2 PSG College of Technology, Coimbatore. &

Siemens

4. Dr. S. Prathiba STTP on “Control and Automation (ICT14)” 18.11.2019

To

22.11.2019

 

5

NITTTR, Kolkata
Dr. A. Inba Rexy
Dr. I. William Christopher
Ms. J. S. Nancy Mary
Ms. S. Sathya Bharathy
Ms. G. Annie Nancy
Ms. L. Ramya Hyacinth
Mr. A. Infantraj
Ms. M. Monisha Ann
Mr. M. Augustine
Ms. S. Priyadarshni
5. Dr. S. Prathiba FDTP on “ EE8251-Circuit theory” 9.12.2019

To

14.12.2019

 

6

CFD, Anna University,

Chennai.

Ms. G. Annie Nancy
Mr. A. Infantraj
Mr. Augustine
Ms. Jasmine
6. Dr. I. William Christopher

 

ATAL sponsored “Power Electronic Converters and Controllers for EV & Smart Grid 18.12.2019

To

22.12.2019

 

5

IIITDM, Kancheepuram
7. Ms. J.S. Nancy Mary Battery technology for E-Vehicle 26.12.2019

To

28.12.2019

3 IIITDM, Kancheepuram
8. Mr. A. Infantraj

 

One Day workshop on Arduino 08.02.2020 1 LICET,Chennai-34
9. Dr. I. William Christopher

 

Ideation and Proposal Writing Workshop 12.02.2020 1 Industrial Consultancy and Sponsored Research(IC&SR),IIT Madras
10. Ms. L. Ramya Hyacinth Design to Real time Operation 13.02.2020 1 ETAP, ITC, Grand Chola, Chennai.
FACULTY PARTICIPATION (2018-2019)
Sl. No. Name of the faculty Title of the program Duration No. of Days Organized by
1. Ms. A. Inba Rexy Integration Of Green Energy With Smart Grid Through IOT 19.06.2018 To

23.06.2018

5 Sathyabama Institute of Science & Technology & DST-SERB
2. Ms. A. Inba Rexy “Energy Storage & Conversion Technologies” 15.11.2018

&

16.11.2018

2 SSN College of

Engineering, Chennai.

Ms. J.S. Nancy Mary
3. Ms. S. Priyadarshni FDP on TLP 13.11.2018

To

15.11.2018

3 IITM, Chennai
4. Dr. S. Prathiba Two Week FDTP “Power System Transients” 16.11.2018

To

29.11.2018

12 CFD,

Anna University ,

Chennai-600025

Dr. I. William Christopher
Ms. G. Annie Nancy
Mr. A. Infantraj
5. Ms. S. Sathya Bharathy National Level FDTP on Image Analysis in Spatial Domain 23.11.2018

To

24.11.2018

2 Rajalakshmi Engineering

College, Chennai.

Ms. G. Annie Nancy
6. Dr. S. Prathiba  STTP on “Indian

Electricity Rule and Code of Practices” (ICT08)

26.11.2018 To 30.11.2018

 

5 NITTTR, Kolkata
Ms. A. Inba Rexy
Dr. I. William Christopher
Ms. J. S. Nancy Mary
Ms. S. Sathya Bharathy
Ms. G. Annie Nancy
Ms. L. Ramya Hyacinth
Mr. A. Infantraj
Ms. M. Monisha Ann
Mr. M. Augustine
Ms. S. Priyadarshni
7. Ms. A Inba Rexy Small Wind Turbine 10.12.2018 To

12.12.2018

3 NIWE & MNRE
Ms. J. S. Nancy Mary
8. Dr. S. Prathiba Short Term Training Program through  ICT mode on NBA Accreditation 22.04.2019

To

26.04.2019

5 ICT, NITTR, Kolkatta

Workshop/FDP/STTP

  • The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering conducted a ‘Two-day workshop on Basics of MS-Word and MS-Excel’, for the Non-Teaching staff members of LICET on 25.10.2019 and 05.11.2019. A total of 20 staff members took active participation in the event. The resource persons are Mrs. Nancy Mary, Mrs. Sathyabharathy and Mrs. Ramya Hyacinth, Assistant Professors of EEE Department.
  • A workshop on “Team building” was organized by the Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering on 9.11.19 from 9.00am to 5.00pm at F11 for the faculty and supporting staff. Mr. Narendra Kumar M. L, Director, Instivate Learning Solutions delivered the session.
  • The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering coordinated the ICT Mode STTP on “Control and Automation (ICT14)” from 18/11/2019 to 22/11/2019 conducted by National Institute of Technical Teachers Training and Research (NITTTR), Kolkata. Dr Sagarika Pal, Prof, NITTTR-K was the resource person. Teaching faculty from the departments of EEE, ECE and Mechanical actively took part in the event.
  • An Awareness Program on “Conservation of Electrical Energy and Electrical Safety” was organized by Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering on 28.11.19 from 10.00am to 2.00pm in Smart Room. The resource person was Mr. Srinivasan, Senior Manager, TANGEDCO, Chennai. Totally 100 students from Sacred Heart Tamil Medium Girls High School” and Public actively participated in this program.
  • Two days’ workshop on “Aero-Thrust Pendulum, a Bridge between Theory & Practice in Dynamics & Control” from December 6-7,2019. The resource persons were Dr.M. Senthil Kumaran, Associate Professor/EEE, Dr.K. Murugesan, Associate Professor/EEE, SSN College of Engineering, Chennai for this workshop. Around 40 Internal Participants and 02 External participants attended the workshop.
  • Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering organized a one-day workshop on “Renewable Energy Systems – Hands On” on 07-12-19 in association with Labtech Electronics Pvt. Ltd. Ms. Muthulakshmi, Director of Labtech Electronics Pvt. Ltd. was the resource person. A total of 24 faculty members from various engineering colleges across Tamil Nadu participated in this event.
  • Two days’ workshops on “Refrigeration and Air-conditioning systems” was organized during January 24-25,2020. The resource person was Mr. Ashok, Regional training Manager, DAIKIN. Around 40 students from III year EEE attended the training session
  • The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering has organized a Six-Day Faculty Development Training Programme (FDTP) on “EE8251- Circuit Theory” Jointly sponsored by the Centre for Faculty Development (CFD), Anna University from 9th to 14th December 2019 at LICET. All the sessions were conducted by eminent personalities from IIITDM Kanchipuram, College of Engineering, Gundy, Anna University, TANGEDCO, ABB Global Industrial Automation & Service (P) Limited, Power Research & Development Consultants (PRDC) Pvt. Ltd, Power Projects, Chennai and Anna University Affiliated Colleges. Totally 25 faculty members participated out of which 20 were from various Engineering Colleges.

Department Initiatives

The following programs are conducted to enrich the technical knowledge of the students apart from their course of study

  • System Discovery
  • System Analysis
  • Reverse Engineering
  • Computer Aided Design
  • Oracle
  • Introduction to Industrial Electrical Systems – L&T Switchgear Training Center, Conoor
  • PLC and SCADA overview – Yokogawa Technical School, Chennai
  • Technical Training (C, C++, JAVA)
  • EDUSAT program
  • Spoken Tutorials
S.no Title of Value Added Course Year Semester
1 System Discovery I 01
2 System Analysis II 03,04
3 Reverse Engineering II 04
4 Computer Aided Design II 03
5 Oracle III 06
6 Introduction to Industrial Electrical Systems – L&T Switchgear Training Center, Coonoor III 05,07
7 PLC and SCADA overview  – Yokogawa III 05
8 Technical Training (C,C++,JAVA) IV 07
9 EDUSAT program II,III,IV All semesters
10 SCILAB-Spoken tutorial, IIT Bombay II 03
11 OSCAD-Spoken tutorial, IIT Bombay III 05
12 LATEX -Spoken tutorial, IIT Bombay IV 07

Membership in Professional Bodies

S.no Faculty Name ID Professional Body

1

Mr. M. Augustine

93852296

IEEE

2

Dr. A. Inba Rexy

93852302

IEEE

Future Directions

  • To establish a research centre and promote patents
  • To establish a research centre and promote patents
  • Energy auditing and promoting green house
  • Signing of MOU with leading industries

Magazine and Newsletters

Academic Year/Month Download Link
January 2019 Newsletter
September 2018 Newsletter
July 2018 Newsletter
Orenda(Technical Magazine)-2018 Magazine
Cambiar(Technical Magazine)-2017 Magazine
October-December 2017 Newsletter
July-September 2017 Newsletter
January-March 2017 Newsletter
October-Decemeber 2016 Newsletter
July-September 2016 Newsletter
April-June 2016 Newsletter
January-March 2016 Newsletter
October-Decemeber 2015 Newsletter
July-September 2015 Newsletter

Photo Gallery of Events

PROJECT WORK DETAILS

S.No Academic Year Course/Semester Total Number of Projects Project Details/View
1 2019-20 EE6811 Project Work/VIII 17 Download Here
2 2019-20 Mini Project/VI 13
3 2018-19 EE6811 Project Work/VIII 21 Download Here
4 2018-19 Mini Project/VI
5 2017-18 EE6811 Project Work/VIII 21 Download Here
6 2017-18 Mini Project/VI

Events Reports

S.No Event/Programme Date Report
1 Transition to Electric Mobility – Challenges and Opportunities 13-02-2020 Download Here
2 Modelling and Analysis Of Welding 12-02-2020 Download Here
3 Guest Lecture 07-01-2020 Download Here
4 Report on Visit to Panickker Switchgear Private Limited 19.12.2019 Download Here
5 Faculty Development Training Programme 09.12.2019 to 14.12.2019 Download Here
6 “Renewable Energy Systems – Hands On 07.12.2019 Download Here
7 ATP workshop Report EEE 06-12-2019 Download Here
8 VAC-Approved by centre of Academic courses, Anna University. 05.12.2019 Download Here
9 Value Added Course on Embedded Systems 03-12-19 to 05-12-19 Download Here
10 Awareness programm Report EEE 28.11.2019 Download Here
11 Control and Automation 18.11.2019 to 22.11.2019 Download Here
12 Mini Project Expo 29.08.2019 Download Here
13 Workshop on PCB Design and Fabrication 26.08.2019 Download Here
14 Symposium 17.08.2019 Download Here
15 Guest Lecture on Fabrication of Memory Devices 22.07.2019 Download Here
16 Guest Lecture on Applications of Nano Science 22.07.2019 Download Here
17 Industrial Visit to Siemens Gamesa 18.07.2019 & 19.07.2019 Download Here
18 Industrial Visit to Chennai Port Trust 16.07.2019 Download Here
19 Industrial Visit to National Atmospheric Research Laboratory 28.06.2019 Download Here

Head of the Department

Dr R Prathiba, M.E., Ph.D.

hodeee@licet.ac.in

Class Advisor Details

Ms J S Nancy

nancymary.js@licet.ac.in
I st Year

Dr I William Christopher

williamchristopher.i@licet.ac.in
II nd Year

Mr M Augustine

augustine.m@licet.ac.in
III rd Year

Ms S Sathya Bharathy

sathyabharathy.s@licet.ac.in
IV th Year

Mr A Infantraj

infantraj.a@licet.ac.in
II nd Year

Ms L Ramya Hyacinth

ramyahyacinth.l@licet.ac.in
III rd Year

Ms S Priyadarshni

priyadarshni@licet.ac.in
IV th Year