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Ph.D. Research Projects:

  • Power System Protection
  • Generation & Transmission Planning
  • Integration issues of renewable energy sources with Grid
  • Distributed Generation: Protection, Stability & Control
  • Power Quality : Issues & Mitigation Techniques
  • Distribution System Management
  • Power System Automation & Control
  • Wide Area Measurements and application of the same to mitigate Protection, Stability & control issues
  • Micro-grids, Smart Grid and related issues
  • Power System Security Assessment & Enhancement / Improvement of System Security
  • Use of analytics for efficient operation of Power System


About Electrical Engineering

  • Electrical is one of basic branches of Engineering.
  • If you look at any corner of the world, you will find Electrical Engineers.
  • To maintain electrical machines and equipments, an Electrical Engineer is must. Any Industry employs electrical engineer for maintaining electrical machines and equipments.
  • Electrical Engineers are mainly deal with production, maintenance, testing and design of electrical machines and equipments. Power generation, transmission and distribution of electricity (Substations, Power Plants)
  • Electrical Engineering is very good and Evergreen Branch.
  • Electrical Engineers have open gate in any Industry, field and research organizations.

The Department of Electrical Engineering cherishes the hope that its graduates, and post graduates will be the leaders of tomorrow. Institute contributes to the industrial development and economic growth of the country by preparing a cadre of engineers and scientists, who provide both man power and support R&D work for industries.



To be recognized globally for excellence in education, research and training in the field of Electrical Engineering by preparing graduates for tomorrow creating high societal impact.



  1. To offer good quality under-graduate, post-graduate and doctoral programmes for preparing globally competitive graduatesin electrical engineering.
  2. To provide state-of-the-art resources that contribute to achieve excellence in teaching-learning, research and skill development activities
  3. To impart knowledge driven, technologically delivered and research augmented excellent education.
  4. To motivatethe students for life-long learning and to inculcate leadership qualities in an increasingly knowledge driven world.
Mission Element Mission Component
M1 Globally Competitive (Energy and Engineering)
M2 Skill Development
M3 Excellent Education
M4 Life-Long Learning
M5 Leadership


Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

  1. To prepare highly competent graduates with strong foundation in engineering and technology for successful career in industries, academicsand research organizations.
  2. To prepare the graduates with ability to identify, analyze, design and solvecomplex electrical engineering problems, based on application of basic sciences, mathematics and fundamentals of electrical engineering.
  3. To preparefundamentally strong graduateshaving broad knowledge in electrical engineeringthat can become innovators or entrepreneurto solve industrial and societal challenges.
  4. To prepare graduates with holistic education approach that includes communication skills, ability to effectively coordinate and contribute as a member of multidisciplinary team, appreciatesand respects diversity of opinion, considerate global, societal, environmental and ethical issues.


Program Outcomes (PO):

By the time of graduation, students of the program will be able to;

  1. Identify, formulate, design, analyze and implement an electrical system, component, or process to meet desired needs using the knowledge of core electrical engineering and basic science.
  2. Conduct investigations of complex engineering problemsby performing set of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions.
  3. Apply appropriate technology, techniques, skills and modern simulationtools necessary for engineering practice and research.
  4. Gain knowledge of engineering sciences necessary to analyze and design complex electrical and electronic devices, systems containing hardware and software components as appropriate to electrical engineering.
  5. Utilize core engineering knowledge in a global, economic, environmental and societal context for sustainable development.
  6. Communicate effectively in both verbal and written forms.
  7. Acquire independent and lifelong learning,adopting advances in technology keeping high degree of professional ethics and integrity.
  8. Perform their duties as a member or leader in diverse multidisciplinary team demonstrating skill set of project management.


Program Specific Outcomes (PSOs)

  1. To analyze, interpret and solve the problems related to electrical engineering and its allied disciplines using engineering skills, software’s, tools and techniques.
  2. To work effectively as an individual in a team to address complex issues by engaging lifelong learning following environmental and ethical practices.
  3. To experience and acquire the exposures to best academic and industrial practices in the domain of electrical engineering.
  4. Design, develop and implement electrical and allied interdisciplinary projects to meet the demands of industry and to provide solutions to the current real time problems.



School of Technology intends to focus on technological education, research and service that anticipates, and meets, the need of tomorrow’s world. It is expected that engineering graduates and post graduates from School of Technology will care about issues that can make difference whether these issues are health, security, economic well-being or sustainability of world and values.

The department of Electrical Engineering has been playing a vital role in producing technologists of highest caliber ever since it was established in 2010. The Electrical Engineering Department, PDPU seeks to establish traditions which will foster creativity and growth of excellence. It has the following broad objectives:

  • To provide the best possible educational facilities for training bright students for the career in Electrical Engineering.
  • Creativity and research develop technology linked with economic growth and well-being of the country, its citizens
  • To provide a creative atmosphere in which higher studies and research thrive both amongst the students and the faculty.
  • To organize a short intensive courses, workshop, and seminars on current technological developments which will be of benefit to the surrounding community.
  • To provide research and development consultancy which promote contact with and be of service to industries, to government and Civic Organizations.
  • To organize quality improvement programmes for faculty members from various engineering colleges.
  • To provide leadership in curriculum design and development.



Electrical Engineering department is one of the important departments of the School of technology which was established in the year 2010. Department started with only undergraduate program. After some years, M.Tech programme also started in Power Systems. Currently, department offers both undergraduates and postgraduates with experienced and dynamic faculty and, staff members. The Department has healthy mixture of young and experienced faculty members, all of whom show high levels of enthusiasm and dedication. Apart from teaching and research, the faculties has actively involved in organizing technical workshops, camps and visits at the Institute to create an environment conducive to experiential learning.


Head of Department

Dr Praghnesh Bhatt
HOD & Associate Professor
B.E., M.Tech., Ph.D
Contact: (079) 23275664 (O)
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International Relations

The university has collaboration with universities of International repute such as University of Tusla, University of Oklahoma, University of Houston, Ontario (Canada), American Jewish Committee, Texas A & M University (USA), Georgia Tech University, University of Sasksatchewan (Canada), University of Regina (Canada), Georgia Tech Research Corporation.


Industrial Relations

Electrical department maintains close links with the industry to provide the internship and practical exposure for field works. The department has wide range of laboratory experimental facilities. Department aims to provide students with a cordial atmosphere and an opportunity to acquire disciplinary perspective to engineering problems.


Contact us

Department of Electrical Engineering,
School of Technology,
Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University,
Raisan Village,
Gandhinagar - 382007
Gujarat, India
Phone : (+91-79) 23275410

Flow Chart for Course

Flow Chart for UG Course

B.Tech Electrical Engineering UG Course »


Flow Chart for PG Course

M.Tech Electrical Engineering PG Course »


Department has developed a number of sector relevant engineering laboratories which are well equipped to facilitate the pedagogic and research programs. The practical classes are well integrated into the curriculum, but the school encourages even more extensive use of these facilities to nurture a research led environment. The labs are being continuously upgraded with new equipment, to strengthen the research work of the M.Tech and Ph.D students who rely extensively on experiments to validate their work.

Power System Protection Lab

Network Theory Lab

Electrical Measurement and Measuring Instruments

Analog and Digital Electronics Lab

Communication Engineering Lab

Electronic Device & Circuit Lab

High Voltage Engineering Lab

Electrical Machines & Renewable Energy Lab

Microcontroller & Microprocessor Lab

Modeling & Simulation Lab

Process Dynamic and Control Lab

Power Electronics & Drives Lab


STTP/Seminar/Workshop/Activities Organized/Coordination

  • Organized and conducted a two Days’ Seminar on “Recent Advances in Electrical Power Systems” at PDPU, on 28th and 29th September, 2017.
    The Seminar was attended by faculty members, under-graduate and post-graduate students from various Engineering colleges in Gujarat. Moreover, employees of GETCO also attended the seminar.
  • Organized a two Days’ workshop on “Recent Trends in Renewable Energy Technology, Power Quality Enhancement and Electric Drives at PDPU, during March 8-9, 2018.


B.Tech Project List of Current year and last year


Seminars/ Projects

a) Expert Talk on “Excitation system” 21st April, 2014;
Department of Electrical Engineering arranged an expert talk about the basics of advances in M.Tech. syllabus. Prof. Ragvan K who is an Assistant Professor, was invited to deliver the talk. He explained basic concepts of excitation system and its modeling and use of the same in modern aspects of power system. It was a great experience for the PG students to have the exposure expert regarding such a theoretical concepts and practical one too.

b) Expert Talk on “Smart Grid” 20th March, 2015;
Department of Electrical Engineering arranged an expert talk about the basics of smart grid as far as 2nd semester MTech syllabus. Dr. Bhavesh Bhalja who is an Associate Professor, IIT Roorkee, was invited to deliver the talk. He explained the application of the smart grid and use of the same in modern aspects and concept. It was an enriching experience for the students to have the exposure from an expert regarding such a theoretical concept.

c) Expert Talk on “Power system protection” 5th May, 2015;
Department of Electrical Engineering arranged an expert talk about the basics of advances in power system protection as far as M.Tech. syllabus. Prof. Bhuvanesh Oza who is a retd. Associate Professor, BVM Engineering college, was invited to deliver the talk. He explained the application of the power system protection concepts and use of the same in modern aspects. It was an enriching experience for the students to have the exposure from industrial expert as well as expert regarding such a theoretical concept. Majority he covered dissertation topic.

d) An Expert Lecture on Prevailing Trends in Power System and Challenges By Mr. Ashok Chavda- Executive Engineer- Getco, 10th August 2017
Mr. Ashok Chavda commenced the lecture by sharing very basic reasons as to why Energy, electricity or Power grids are important. He also shared with the students the “Indian Electricity Act of 2003” which states that every person irrespective of the place he/she is living in the country has the right to demand for power in that area. He also shared a lot of real time information and data about various substations in Gujarat and also provided the students with data sheets used by engineers in substations. He broadly discussed on the various topics like Load shedding, cascade tripping, RTF, Smart Grids and GIS and many other important topics along with sharing his views on Industry Institute partnership.

e) An Expert Talk on “Carrier Current Protections of Transmission Lines” By Prof. Bhuvnesh Oza, 30th Oct, 2017
Prof. B.A.Oza is an eminent personality in the field of Electrical Engineering. He has a wide experience of more than 40 years in this field. He has worked with WTPS, in the field of Protection– Automation of power plants. He served in various academic institutes. He is the pioneer in designing realizing the state of the art laboratories of power system protections across institutes in the state of Gujarat. He has written four books which are used as texts in universities & as practical ref. books by Utility engineers. Prof. oza commenced the lecture beginning with the need of protection of lines and elaborated upon the types of carrier current protections. He shared his practical experience and enriched the students with his knowledge.

f) Expert Talk on “Regression Analysis – Data based statistical modelling” 31st October, 2017
Department of Electrical Engineering arranged an expert talk about the basics of a statistical concept on regression analysis. Mr. Ravin Bhatt who is a Senior Manager, Analytics from the EXL consultants was invited to deliver the talk. He explained the application of the concept of regression analysis into electrical engineering. He explained the basics such as covariance, linear and non-linear regression, single and mutli-variable regression and model validation. This lecture was arranged as a requirement of the subject of Modeling & Simulation for 3rd Year B. Tech students. It was an enriching experience for the students to have the exposure from industrial expert regarding such a theoretical concept.






Research Focus

Topics of Research Focus :

  • Power Systems
  • Power System Protection
  • Power Electronics
  • Control of Electric Motors
  • Renewable Energy Technology
  • Power Quality Enhancement
  • Electric Vehicles


Research Projects

M.Tech Project 2019

Ongoing Research Project in the Electrical Engineering Department
Name of Ph.D. Scholar Topic of Research Guide
Mr. Astik Dhandhia Static security assessment in deregulated power system using artificial intelligence techniques Dr. Vivek Pandya
Ms. Meera Karamta Dynamic State Estimation of Power System with FACTS devices Dr. Jitendra Jamnani
Ms. Leena Santosh Impact of wind power forecasts on revenue insufficiency issue of electricity markets Dr. Makarand Lokhande
Dr. Poonam Mishra
Mr. Vyas Kaustubh A. Electrostatic and Electromagnetic fields of EHV/UHV AC power transmission Dr. Jitendra Jamnani
Mr. Ashok Chavada Use SFRA Techniques for condition monitoring Dr. Vivek Pandya
Mr. Nirav Karelia Multi-Converter UPQC System for Inverter Based Renewable Energy System Dr. Vivek Pandya
Mr. Botta Ravi Control and Optimal Operation of High Penetrated PV Based dc Microgram Dr. Amit Sant
Dr. J. G. Jamnani
Venkata Pavan Kumar T Micro grid Protection: Problems and Solutions Dr. Vivek Pandya
Vipin Shukla Automatic Control of Plasma Device Using Artificial Neural Networks Technique Dr. Vivek Pandya
Dr. Mainak Bandopadhyay,
IPR-Gandhinagar (External)
Kapil P. Investigations on Z-Source Inverter for Battery Charging Dr. Amit Sant
Dhaval Vyas Cognitive reasoning for compliant robotic manipulator Dr. Anil Markana
Vima Mali Study of Ultra capacitor Based Hybrid Energy Storage System for Electric Vehicle Application Dr. Brijesh Tripathi
Dr. Omkar Jani


M.Tech Projects of last 2 year
ID No Name of Student Name of Supervisor Name of Co-Supervisor Title of Dissertation
17MEE001 Anal Patel Dr. Siddharth Joshi - MPPT based standalone solar PV system with battery back up
17MEE002 Het Bhalja Dr. Anil Markana Dr. Amit Sant Integration of solar and diesel generator with battery backup
17MEE003 Ishani Bhatt Dr. Praghnesh Bhatt - Analysis and Model Development for Auxillry Conveter in Railway Traction Vehicle
17MEE004 Nirav Joshi Mr. T. V. Pavankumar - Fault Detection and Location Calculation for PV based DC micro grid
17MEE005 Veera Joshi Dr. Bhinal Mehta - Real and reactive power control of grid tied inverter under distorted grid conditions
17MEE006 Kinjal Lehru Mr. Ravi Botta - Study and Implementation of different MPPT techniques for thermo electric generator under dynamically varying operating conditions
17MEE007 Lakshmi Mahiwal Dr. J. G. Jamnani - Design of industrical electrification for chemical industries
17MEE009 Monal Patil Ms. Leena Santosh Dr. Vivek Pandya Optimal power flow using particle swarm optimization
17MEE010 Priyansh Kumar Ms. Meeta Karamta Dr. Anil Markana
17MEE011 Shaiva Raval Mr. Nirav Karelia - Li-ion Battery Charger for Evs using MATLAB-Simulink
17MEE012 Riddhi Singh Ms. Leena Santosh - Load Forecasting
17MEE013 Gargi Trivedi - Dr. Anil Markana DG allocation in radial distribution system for economical and reliable network operation
17MEE014 Niyati Trivedi Dr. Amit Sant - Modeling and simulation of plug in electric vehicle
17MEE017 Deepak Vyas Mr. Vipin Shukla Dr Praghnesh Bhatt Coordination of directional overcurrent relay for distribution system


Roll No. Name of Student Guide Title of Project
16MEE001 Chirag Somaiya Mr. Astik Dhandhia & Mr. A. S. Khopar Electric & Magnetic Field Produced by 400kV Double Circuit Overhead Line - Measurement & Calculations in Real Lines and Line Models
16MEE002 Darji Jitark Dr. Amit Sant & Dr. S. H. Chetwani Thermal Loading Monitoring of Distribution Transformer using Hotspot Temperature Evaluation
16MEE003 Rana Dushyant Dr. J. G. Jamnani & Dr. Amit Sant Design & Implementation of Standalone Micro Wind Energy Conversion System Feeding Domestic Loads
16MEE004 Sagar Kshatriya Dr. V. Rama Raju & Ms. Vinod Patel Implementation of Certain Control Schemes for Power Quality Improvement using Active Power Filter
16MEE005 Milan Kugasiya Dr. Anil Markana & Mr. Shinto Antony Development of Drive for Synchronous Reluctance Motor
16MEE006 Maitry Naik Mr. Siddharth Joshi & Mr. Ramesh R. 3-Phase, 3kW, Grid Tied Solar Inverter
16MEE007 Dhairya Patel Dr. K. Venkatraman Improvement of Power Quality by use of Shunt Active Filter
16MEE008 Dhaval Pitroda Dr. Vivek Pandya & Mr. Shailesh Modi Voltage Stability Assessment using Model of Thermal Generation Units for the P/V Analysis
16MEE009 Rucha Joshi Ms. Leena Santosh Power Dispatch in Microgrid
16MEE011 Rishabh Shah Dr. Ravi Bota & Dr. Amit Sant Design & Development of Solid State Transformer Interfaced with Wind Energy Conversion System



Interdisciplinary Research

Thrust Areas of Research and Research Group
Power Systems Power System Protection
Electrical Machines Power Electronics
High Voltage Engineering Control & Instrumentation
HVDC Systems EHVAC Systems
Cyber Security of Power System Power Quality
Flexible AC Transmission Systems Distributed Generation
Smart Grid Technologies Micro Grids
Renewable Energy Systems Electric Vehicles


Research Group
Area/ Field of Research Group Members
Power Systems, Power System Stability, Protection and Electrical Safety, Cyber Security of Power System Network, Smart Grids, Distributed Generation Dr. Vivek Pandya (L)
Dr. Pragnesh Bhatt
Mr. Pavan Venkata
Electrical Machines & Energy Efficiency in Electrical Utilities, Building Energy Systems Dr. J. G. Jamnani (L)
Dr. Bhinal Mehta
Dr. V. S. K. V. Harish
Mr. Ravi Botta
Power Quality Improvement & Reactive Power Management in Power System, EHV AC Transmission Dr. J. G. Jamnani (L)
Dr. Amit Sant
Ms. Meera Karamta
Power Electronics & Drives Dr. Amit Sant (L)
Dr. V. S. K. V. Harish
Mr. Nirav Karelia
Ms. Vaidehi Deshpande
Modern Control Systems, Multi objective optimization based Model Predictive Control Dr. Anil Markana (L)
Ms. Leena Santosh
Mr. Vipin Shukla
Renewable Energy Systems (including Solar and Wind Energy Systems) Dr. Bhinal Mehta (L)
Dr. Siddharth Joshi
Dr. Amit Sant
Ms. Vima Mali






Mr. Anil Kumar Bhikhabhai Patel 
Laboratory Assistant

Mr. Jitendra Kumar R. Prajapati
Laboratory Assistant

Mr. Sanjay Prajapati
Laboratory Assistant

Mr. Mayur Patel
Laboratory Assistant

Mr. Vandan Soni
Laboratory Assistant

Mr. Sachin Patel
Laboratory Assistant




Course Intake
B.Tech. Electrical Engineering (4 years) 120
M.Tech. Electrical Engineering
(Power Systems, 2 Years)






IEEE student chapter
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), an association dedicated to advancing innovation and technological excellence for the benefit of humanity, is the world’s largest technical professional society. It is designed to serve professionals involved in all aspects of the electrical, electronic and computing fields and related areas of science and technology that underline modern civilization. The objectives of IEEE student chapter are:

  • To foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.
  • To give an information about Technical work in Professional world.
  • To keep the members consistently updated about the new upcoming technologies and inventions.
  • To ensure the growth of skill and knowledge of the members.
  • To give an exposure to latest techniques in the power sector to all the members.
  • To endow with technical meetings, publishing, promoting educational activities, and developing standards.

PDPU IEEE student chapter, its core purpose is to serve professionals involved in all aspects of the electrical, electronic and computing fields and related areas of science and technology that underline modern civilization.

The goal of the IEEE student chapter programs is to ensure the growth of skill and knowledge in mainly the energy-related technical professions and to foster individual commitment to continuing education among members.

ESPA student chapter
Electrical Students and Professionals Association (ESPA) forum’s objectives are to:

  • Facilitate communication and cohesiveness among students, faculty, other student organizations, and the university.
  • To consider issues and to review, recommend, or formulate policies (as appropriate) in areas primarily or exclusively involving the Student Body.
  • To foster technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.
  • To give an information about Technical work in Professional world.
  • To keep the members consistently updated about the new upcoming technologies and inventions.
  • To give an exposure to latest techniques in the power sector to all the members.
  • To endow with technical meetings, publishing, promoting educational activities, and developing standards.


Society Activities



Team Sovereign Report 2019-20


Team Sovereign

  • Team Sovereign is an interdisciplinary group of about 24 students from Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University working on Electric Vehicles.
  • Team Sovereign participates in E-Baja Competition
  • E-Baja SAE is an intercollegiate design competition for undergraduate and graduate engineering students.
  • It is organised by SAE (Society of Automobile Engineers) with support of Mahindra & Mahindra group , ARAI, NATRIP and many other reputed industries.
  • This platform provides a national exposure to future of the nation by allowing them to showcase their ideas and innovation, helping them gain hands on experience on world class technologies making them capable to compete with the advancing world.


Team Kaizen

    Shell Eco-Marathon

  • Shell Eco-marathon is a unique global programme for science, technology, and engineering students to design and build ultra-energy-efficient cars for a track competition. Since 1985, the competition has challenged student teams across the globe to develop the most energy-efficient cars which have resulted in students coming up with an entirely new breed of ‘Hyper-Efficient’ cars. It is one of the world’s leading energy efficiency competitions which takes place in three different continents of the world namely, Asia, America, and Europe..
  • The Shell Eco-Marathon Challenger events are held in 7 countries of the Eurasian continent which include India, China, Brazil, South Africa, Turkey, France, and The Netherlands.
  • India has hosted the competition twice. In 2018, the competition was held at the Madras Motor Race Track in Chennai and in 2019, for the first time ever globally, the competition was held on a Shell site at the Shell Technology Centre at Bangalore on a purpose-built track.

    About Team Kaizen

  • Team Kaizen from PDPU has been consistently participating in the Shell Eco-Marathon competition from the year 2015. The team has come a long way in building their prototype car and improvising upon it year after year.
  • This year, the team participated in the #MakeTheFuture Challenger event held under the flagship of the Shell Eco-Marathon in Bangalore from 19th to 22nd November 2019 and drove their prototype on the first-ever purpose-built track by Shell at Shell Technology Centre.
  • Team Kaizen with their prototype car ‘Nakshatra’ ranked 2nd amongst teams from all over India whilst attaining an efficiency of 198.4 km/kWh in the Battery-Electric Prototype category.
  • The team comprises of 29 undergraduate students from Mechanical as well as Electrical engineering discipline, who have worked endlessly in designing, manufacturing and testing the battery-electric prototype vehicle, finally giving it an amazing aesthetic aerodynamic design, reducing its weight, enhancing its electrical circuitry sophistication and adding kilometres in their efficiency parameters.
  • The team works under the zealous and indispensable guidance of Dr. Amit V. Sant &Dr.Pankaj Sahlot.
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    Team Kaizen 2020
    Sr. no. Name Roll No. Department
    1. RutvikGhiya 17BME088 Design
    2. Piyush Rathi 17BME085 Vehicle Dynamics and Analysis
    3. DhwanilMody 17BEE043 Powertrain & BMS
    4. Piyush Bansal 17BEE066 Motor & Motor Controller Department
    5. Sumit Singh 16BME112 Brakes and Wheels
    6. Krushnesh Patel 16BEE075 Motor & Motor Controller Department
    7. Maanvendra Singh 17BME044 Steering
    8. Ritik Sharma 17BEE076 Sensors & Data Acquisition
    9. Dhruvkumar Thakkar 17BEE094 Sensors & Data Acquisition
    10. Karan Doshi 17BEE031 Motor & Motor Controller Department
    11. Ojaswini Sharma 17BEE048 Motor & Motor Controller Department
    12. Harshil Pancholi 18BME028 Brakes and Wheels
    13. Neh Pandya 18BME066 Brakes and Wheels
    14. Mihir Raval 18BME055 Steering
    15. MirangDabhi 18BME059 Vehicle Dynamics and Analysis
    16. PriyanshiButani 18BEE079 Powertrain & BMS
    17. Sakshi 18BEE092 Motor & Motor Controller Department
    18. Pranav Pushkar 18BEE073 Motor & Motor Controller Department
    19. Trisha H Parekh 18BEE104 Motor & Motor Controller Department
    20. Mili Mehta 18ICT068 Motor & Motor Controller Department
    21. Abhishek Rawal 18BEE002 Sensors & Data Acquisition
    22. Neel Patel 19BME081 Steering
    23. Harsh Sharma 19BME032 Design
    24. Vivek Singh 19BEE091 Sensors & Data Acquisition
    25. Kunal Jha 19BEE041 Powertrain & BMS
    26. Raghav Sodani 19BEE057 Sponsorship
    27. Achyut 19BEE002 Sponsorship
    28. Mustafa Africawala 19BCP083 Sponsorship
    29. Dhruv Ribbonwala 19BEE059 Sponsorship


    Vehicle Information
    Sr. no. Type Details
    1. Name Nakshatra
    2. Category Battery Electric
    3. Total Weight 48 kgs
    4. Body Material Carbon fiber
    5. Drag Coefficient 0.0456
    6. Steering Ackermann Geometry
    7. Tire’s CRR 0.004-0.005


    Sr. no. Event Result
    1. Shell Eco-Marathon India 2019 Cleared Technical Inspection;
    Efficiency: 198.4 km/kWh
    2nd in India
    2. Shell Eco-Marathon Asia 2019 Cleared Technical Inspection;
    Efficiency: 122.8 km/kWh
    12th in Asia
    3. Shell Eco-Marathon Asia 2017 Cleared Technical Inspection;
    Efficiency: 81 km/kWh
    16th in Asia



Campus Recruitment

  1. TATA Consultancy Services
  2. Infosys
  3. Torrent Power
  4. TATA Power
  5. L&T Technology Services (Plant Engineering)
  6. Reliance Industries Ltd
  7. Worley
  8. Optimized Solutions Ltd
  9. Adani Wilmar
  10. MG Motors
  11. Mahindra & Mahindra
  12. GSPL
  13. Byju’s




The Department of Electrical Engineering stress on exposing the students to the latest trends in Electrical Engineering. Theoretical concepts, current trends and practical studies are covered as a part of the curriculum. Also, industrial experts are invited from time to time to deliver talks on various subjects of significance. In addition to this, it is important to provide the students with the glimpses of how the concepts learnt are put into practice in industries and to provide them with the feel of working of an industry. Hence, as a part of the Industrial Orientation Program, the IV semester students of B.Tech. In Electrical Engineering are provided with an opportunity to visit industry and learn about the practical application of the concepts learnt, understand the working of an industry, interact with the industry experts and broaden their horizon of knowledge. Some of the industries/organizations/labs visited by our students under the Industry Orientation Program are:

  1. Transformers and Rectifiers (India) Limited, Sanand, Ahmedabad
  2. Amul Fed Dairy, Bhat, Gandhinagar
  3. Schneider Electric , Vadodara
  4. Gandhinagar Thermal Power Station, Gandhinagar
  5. SardarSarovar Dam, Navagam
  6. Electrotherm India Ltd., Ahmedabad
  7. Adani Port and Mega Thermal Power Plant, Mundra
  8. EncubeFablab, Gandhinagar