Electrical and Electronics Engineering


About the Department:

The department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering in Vaageswari College of Engineering 2nd shift polytechnic was established in the year 2013 with in take of 60 students and Faculty strength.

The main focus of the department is to produce polytechnic students with Strong fundamentals in Electrical & Electronics Engineering. Well equipped Laboratories/Workshops/Library, Dedicated and motivated faculty, special coaching classes for weak students, Focus on communication skills and soft skills to improve the personal skills of students




To Produce a competent Diploma Engineers who are employable with relevant skills to take up gainful employment in the existing and emerging Industries at the local and global level and to impart technical knowledge and skills required to succeed in life, career and to help society to achieve self-sufficiency.


To become an internationally leading department for higher learning. To build upon the culture and values of universal science and contemporary education. To be a center of research and education generating knowledge and technologies which lay ground work in shaping the future in the fields of electrical and electronics engineering. To develop partnership with industrial, R&D and government agencies and actively participate in conferences, technical and community activities. To produce dynamic and enterprising youngsters capable of facing the changing times and taking on the toughest technical challenges To equip students with knowledge, skills and values to enhance their employability opportunities


Diploma holders can be absorbed into various Government organizations like SCCL, GENCO, TRANSCO, DRDO, SAIL etc and Private organizations or can go for self-employment. They can appear for ECET to seek admission into II Year B.E / B.Tech in Engineering Colleges.



Mr.G. Srikanth obtained B.Tech. degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from JNTUH Hyderabad, India in 2003, M.Tech degree in Power Electronics from JNTUH, Hyderabad, India in 2006 and pursing Ph.D from Sri Satya Sai University of Technology and Medical Sciences Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh. He has been working as Associate Professor and Head of EEE Department (Polytechnic) from October 2005 to till date. His areas of research include Power electronics, HVDC Transmission Systems, Power system Stability etc. He guided number of M.Tech, B.Tech and Polytechnic projects. He has publications in international journals and presented several papers in national and international conferences. He is a Life Member of Indian Society of Technical Education (M.I.S.T.E).

Contact HOD

MOBILE NO: 8099159059, 8341584880
E-Mail Id:srikanth.gorityala@gmail.com


TASK Telangana Academy for Skills and Knowledge was established by the Government of Telangana to enable a platform between Government, Academia and Industry to enhance employability quotient of students in the state.

Vaageswari College of Engineering has MoU with Telangana Academy for Skill and Knowledge (TASK). This promotes to support for conducting Workshops, Internships & Training programs to enhance student’s technical skills. Thus, Improving the success rate of employability.


S.NO Faculty Name Designation Qualification Photo Research Area(s)
1 Mr.G.SRIKANTH HOD M.Tech(Ph.D) Power Electronics and Power System Stability
2 Mr.PRANAY KUMAR POKALA Lecturer M.TECH(PH.D) Power System and Power Electronics (PWM technique)

Courses Offered

Course Name Intake Duration Eligibility criteria
Polytechnic Diploma 60 3 years Candidate who have passed SSC or its equivalent examinationrecognized by the board of secondary education, TS,
Hyderabad are eligible to apply. The candidates who have compartmentally passed or appearing for SSC are also eligible to apply.

Diploma EEE Course Description- C18


The following are the courses during Diploma - I, II, III, IV, V and VI Semesters.


S.No. Theory Practical
1 18EE-101F : Basic English 18EE-106P: Basic Engineering Drawing
2 18EE-102F : Basic Engineering Mathematics 18EE-107P: Basic Computer Aided Drafting
3 18EE- 103F : Basic Physics 18EE-108P: Basic Electrical Workshop Practice
4 18EE-104F : General Engineering Chemistry 18EE-109P: Basic Science Lab Practice
5 18EE-105C: Basic Electrical Engineering 18EE-110P: Computer Fundamentals Lab Practice


S.No. Theory Practical
1 18EE-201F:Communicative English 18EE-206P:Advanced Engineering Drawing
2 18EE-202F:Engineering Mathematics 18EE-207P:Advanced Computer Aided Drafting
3 18EE-203F:Applied Physics 18EE-208P:Advanced Electrical Workshop Practice
4 18EE-204F:Engineering Chemistry & Environmental studies 18EE-209P: Applied Science Lab Practice
5 18EE-205C: Electrical Engineering & Electronics Devices 18EE-210P: IT Lab Practice


S.No. Theory Practical
1 18EE-301F :Applied Engineering Mathematics 18EE -306P :Circuits Lab Practice
2 18EE-302C :Electrical Circuits 18EE -307P :DC Machines Lab Practice
3 18EE -303C :DC Machines and Batteries 18EE -308P :Electrical Measurements Lab Practice
4 18EE -304C :Electrical and Electronic Measuring Instruments 18EE -309P :Electronics Lab Practice
5 18EE -305C : Electronic Circuits 18EE 310P : Communication Skills and Life Skills


S.No. Theory Practical
1 18EE-401F:Advanced Engineering Mathematics 118EE-406P:Electrical Engineering Drawing Practice
2 18EE-402C:Electrical Power Systems 18EE-407P:AC Machines Lab Practice
3 18EE-403C: AC Machines 18EE-408P: Electrical CAD Lab Practice
4 18EE-404C: General Mechanical Engineering 18EE-409P: Digital Electronics Lab Practice
5 18EE-405C: Digital Electronics 18EE-410P: Advanced Communications and Life Skills Lab


S.No. Theory Practical
1 18EE-501F: Industrial Management and Entrepreneurship 18EE-506P: AC Motors Lab Practice
2 18EE-502C: AC Motors 18EE-507P: Power Electronics Lab Practice
3 18EE-503E: Program Elective – I 18EE-503E (A): Industrial Electronics 18EE-503E (B): Power Electronics 18EE-508P: Programmable Logic Controllers Lab Practice
4 18EE-504E: Program Elective- II 18EE-504E (A): Switchgear and Protection 18EE-504E (B): Advanced Protection of Power Systems 18EE-509P: Programming in C Lab Practice
5 18EE-505C: Electrical Estimation and Utilization 18EE-510P: Project work



Department Laboratory Details

Electrical Machines Lab


This Laboratory activities supplement the theory with suitable practical experiments. Students will prove some theories, examine the machine’s characteristics using approximate analytical methods. It is designed to practically implement and observe the characteristics of Transformers, Generators, Motors and their applications. Machines used in the experiments are the AC synchronous machine, AC induction machine, DC series machine and DC shunt machine whereby they will function as motors and generators. Observations and data taken during the experiments are used to produce a report

Electrical Circuits Lab


In the Electrical Circuit Lab students can create their own electrical circuits and do measurements on it. In the circuits the students can use resistors, light bulbs, switches, capacitors and coils. The circuits can be powered by an AC/DC power supply or batteries. There is an ammeter, voltmeter, wattmeter and an ohmmeter. Students can analyze the collected data by creating graphs of the data and use the graphs in the conclusion tool.

Electrical Measurements Lab


In Electrical Measurements Lab students can learn the correct function of electrical parameters and calibration of voltage, current, single phase and three phase power and energy, and measurement of electrical characteristics of resistance, inductance and capacitance of circuits through appropriate methods and understand testing of transformer oil.

Power Electronics Lab


The power electronics lab enhances the EEE students by providing them the better understanding of the concepts and working of advanced power semiconductor devices and power electronics. Power Electronics Lab is an ideal platform to enhance education, training, skills & development among our young minds. Students can perform experiments like VI characteristics of the power electronic devices, single phase controlled rectifiers, DC-DC choppers etc. This Lab is provided with a bread board for testing their own circuits.

Electrical CAD & PLC Lab


Electrical Computer-Aided Design (ECAD) software is used to create and modify both diagrams and layouts, i ncluding both 2D and 3D, in order to design, assess and document electrical Printed Circuit Boards (PCB). In the field of electrical engineering, the layouts of power distribution system are prepared. In all fields of engineering use of computer is made for drawing and drafting. The PLC lab contains multiple workstations equipped with computers, PLC units and other interfacing devices to train students how to program and upload ladder logic code. Students program ladder logic code using the RSLogix software, which provides a graphical interface representing conditional computer programming functions such as if/else statements. The lab is based primarily on the Allen Bradley family of Programmable Logic Controllers, which are widely used in factories and other settings.

Electrical Workshop Practice lab


The electrical workshop practice lab provides hands on experience about the use of different engineering materials, tools, equipments and processes that are common in engineering field. The workshop lab equipped with various latest tools and instruments. It imparts basic knowledge of various tools and their use in different sections of manufacture such as Soldering etc.

Faculty Publications:

G.Srikanth, Dr.M.Ramesh, “Isolated boost converters” International Conference on Innovations & discoveries in Science, Engineering and Management (ICIDSEM) , ISBN: 978- 81- 933777-5-8,pp.1370-1374,April 2018, www.icidsem.com

G.Srikanth, P.Pranay Kumar, “ A new general topology for cascaded multi level inverters with grid connected reduced number of components based on developed H- Bridge” in UGC

G.Srikanth, P.Pranay Kumar, “power factor corrected zeta converter based improved power quality in SMPS” in UGC

P.Pranay Kumar, “Torque ripple minimization of a Switched Reluctance Motor using Fuzzy logic control Current compensating technique” International Conference on Innovations & discoveries in Science, Engineering and Management (ICIDSEM) , ISBN: 978- 81- 933777-5-8,pp.1365-1369,April 2018, www.icidsem.com

P.Pranay Kumar, G.Srikanth, “ A new general topology for cascaded multi level inverters with grid connected reduced number of components based on developed H- Bridge” in UGC

P.Pranay Kumar, G.Srikanth “Power factor corrected zeta converter based improved power quality in SMPS” in UGC

D.Karuna,” Stability analysis of voltage source inverter used in grid integrated renewable energy sources” International journal &magazine of engineering technology, management and research

Students Achiements

Ms.Aileni supriya, bearing HT No 13489-EE-001 has selected as “Sub-Engineer”

Many students got Engineering admissions through E-CET in JNTUH, OU, JNTUCEJ, JNTUCEM and many more reputed institutions

Industrial Visits

Diploma final year students visited Nustulapoor 33/11 kv Substation
Diploma IIyr students visited Kaaleshwaram

Educational Objectives & Outcomes

Program Educational Objectives (PEO)

The educational objectives of the Diploma in Electrical Engineering Program are to produce students who, after this course, are able to Be employed as a junior engineer and helps the organization in fields such as design, research, development, testing, manufacturing, operations and service systems; Fulfill the needs of society in solving technical problems using engineering principles, tools, and practices, in an ethical and responsible manner Demonstrate leadership skills in the workplace and function professionally in a globally competitive world; and Progress through an advanced degree or certificate programs in engineering, business, and other professionally related fields.

Program Outcomes (PO)

The student from the Department of EEE ( Polytechnic) has the following abilities, knowledge, characteristics, and skills:

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 function on multi-disciplinary 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 is 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 Knowledge of contemporary issues. An ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice. Knowledge of probability and statistics, including applications appropriate to Electrical and Computer Engineering. Knowledge of mathematics through differential and integral calculus, basic sciences, computer science, and engineering sciences necessary to analyze and design complex electrical and electronic devices and software as appropriate to Electrical Engineering.

Knowledge of mathematics through differential and integral calculus, basic sciences, computer science, and engineering sciences necessary to analyze and design complex systems containing hardware and software components, as appropriate to Electrical Engineering.

Knowledge of advanced mathematics, typically including differential equations, linear algebra, complex variables, and discrete mathematics.

Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

The PSOs of the electrical engineering program supported by the curriculum are given below. The students will be able to

Apply fundamental knowledge to identify, formulate, design and investigate various problems of electrical circuits, power electronics, and power systems. Model, analyses, design, and realize physical systems, components or processes related to high current electrical engineering systems. Work professionally in power systems engineering, control systems engineering and software industries. Solve ethically and professionally various Electrical Engineering problems in societal and environmental contexts and communicate effectively. Apply project management techniques to complex engineering problems