About the Department

The EEE department started in 2008, has a team of highly qualified and experienced faculty. The department offers a program B.E in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. The faculty members are dedicated to maintaining a high quality of teaching and always encourage innovative research. Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering has always been at the forefront of providing quality need-based training in contemporary and emerging areas and development of demand-driven and innovative instructional resources.

The department consists of 10  faculty members and two recognized research guides under Anna University, Chennai. along with 01 research scholar pursuing a Ph.D. The department has published 19 journal papers. All the students can participate in the research activity through the research lab and publish papers in journals/conferences. 

The department has state-of-the-art research laboratories enabling students to pursue their desire to attain excellence in research and academics. The department regularly organizes seminars, guest lectures, and webinars for the professional development of students Furthermore, the department strives to develop collaborative research and development linkages by having a  Center of Excellence supported by TVS Training and Service, Chennai.

It has signed a MoU with industries like TVS Training and Service, Caliber Embedded Technologies, and GM Electronics to conduct student internships. It has also signed an MoU with the University Negeri Pedang, Indonesia for Knowledge transfer. The expertise of the faculty is also reflected in the practice of filing Patents.

The excellent placement record which has been consistently above 90 %  is ample testimony to the emphasis placed on our country's industrial needs. 

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Sanctioned Intake: B.E. Electrical and Electronics Engineering

S. No. Academic Year Intake
1 2008-2009 60
2 2009-2010 60
3 2010-2011 60
4 2011-2012 60
5 2012-2013 60
6 2013-2014 60
7 2014-2015 60
8 2015-2016 60
9 2016-2017 60
10 2017-2018 60
11 2018-2019 60
12 2019-2020 60
13 2020-2021 60
14 2021-2022 60
15 2022-2023 30
16 2023-2024 30


Vision & Mission


  • To develop students, and acquire professional and technical competencies through technology-oriented education


  • M1: To provide an academic environment with strong theoretical and practical engineering skills.
  • M2: To evolve engineers who would investigate, design, and offer solutions to society using cutting-edge technologies.



Program Educational Objectives (PEOs)

To enable graduates

PEO1 Have successful technical and professional careers in their chosen fields such as circuit theory, Field theory, control theory, and computational platforms.
PEO2 Engross in a lifelong process of learning to keep themselves abreast of new developments in the field of Electronics and their applications in power engineering.
PEO3 The graduates of the program will have the capability in provided that best possible solutions to public problems with a comprehensive attitude


Program Outcomes (POs)

Engineering Graduates will be able to: 

PO1 Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems. 
PO2 Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences. 
PO3 Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, and 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 modeling to 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 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 management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s 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)

At the end of the program, 

PSO1 Apply modern tools and provide solutions for real-time problems related to energy conservation
PSO2 Apply Develop and Design Electrical and Electronics systems used in Power Control Applications and Renewable energy industries with ethical standards.

HoD Profile

Professor and Head of the Department,
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department,
NPR College of Engineering and Technology, Natham.

Email: kanimozhik@nprcolleges.org

Dr. K.Kanimozhi is a Professor and Head of the Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department. She obtained her BE degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Thiagarajar College of Engineering in 2000, her ME degree in Applied Electronics from Mohamed Sathak Engineering College in 2004, and her Ph.D.  in Faculty of Electrical Engineering in the year   2017 from Anna University, Chennai.

From 2000, she was involved in teaching and research development activities. She has a teaching experience of 22 years and has worked as a Professor and Head of the Department in various institutions

Her research area includes Power Electronics, Robotics, and Renewable Energy. She has published  25 papers in various National and International journals and presented 24 research papers at National and International conferences. She is a reviewer for journals such as  Solar Energy, the Journal of Circuits and Computers, and the Asian Journal of Research in Computer Science. She has published two patents. She has delivered several keynote addresses.

She is a recognized supervisor at Anna University, Chennai, supervising research scholars. She has mentored   M.E. and B.E. student projects.

She is a recipient of the Best Teacher Award from the Aurobindo Society for Innovation and the IEASE Best Teacher Award. She received the Best Paper award at the IEEE International Conference and Indo Korea International Conference  IEMPOWER 2023. She has received a Reviewer award from Solar Energy – Elsevier, Asian Journal of Research in Computer Science.  

She is a life member of the Indian Society for Technical  Education (MISTE) and a member of the International Association of Engineers (MIAENG). 


S. No. Name Qualifications Designation Email ID  
1 Dr.K.Kanimozhi B.E., M.E., Ph.D. Professor & Head kanimozhik@nprcolleges.org View Profile
2 Dr.P.Kanirajan B.E., M.E., Ph.D. Professor kanirajanp@nprcolleges.org View Profile
3 Dr.S.Prakash B.E., M.E., Ph.D. Associate Professor prakashs@nprcolleges.org View Profile
4 Dr.K.Rajesh B.E., M.E., Ph.D. Assistant Professor rajeshk@nprcolleges.org View Profile
5 Mr.S.Sathyamoorthi ME., (Ph.D.) Assistant Professor sathyamoorthi@nprcolleges.org View Profile
6 MrT.Sivakumar B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor sivakumart@nprcolleges.org View Profile
7 Mrs.K.Tamilselvi B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor tamilselvik@nprcolleges.org View Profile
8 Mr.S.Sathish Kumar B.E., M.Tech. Assistant Professor sathishkumars@nprcolleges.org View Profile
9 Mr.R.Venkatesh Kumar B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor venkateshkumarr@nprcollege.org View Profile
10 Mr.R.Muthukumar B.E., M.E. Assistant Professor muthukumarr@nprcolleges.org View Profile


Non-Teaching Faculty

S. No. Name Qualifications Designation Email ID
1 Mr.S. Chinna Veeran D.E.C.E., B.E., Lab Technician chinnaveerans@nprcolleges.org
2 Mr.A.Mani Kumar D.E.E.E., B.E., manikumara@nprcolleges.org
3 Mr.V.Naresh Kumar B.E., nareshkumarv@nprcolleges.org
4 Mrs.M.Muthumeena B.E., muthumeenam@nprcolleges.org


List of Faculties Pursuing Ph.D.

S. No. Name Designation University Month & Year of Registration Status
1 Mr.S.Sathyamoorthi Assistant Professor Anna University, Chennai January, 2016 Provisional Confirmation


Student Details

Academic Year 2023 - 2024

S. No. Year No. of Students  
1 I 26 View Student List
2 II 30 View Student List
3 III 28 View Student List
4 IV 35 View Student List


Department Advisory Committee

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering - DAC Members list for AY 2022-2023

S. No.  DAC Members Designation Company / Institution DAC Position
1 Dr. J. Sundararajan Principal NPRCET IQAC Chairman
2 Dr.K.Kanimozhi Professor & Head,  NPRCET Chairman & Academic Member
3 Mr.A.Kesavan Chief Executive Officer Quantanics Techserv Pvt.Ltd., Madurai R&D Member
4 Mr.Pon. Kumar Proprietor Brand Automation, TPK Road, Madurai-625001 Industry member
5 Dr.S.Senthilkumar Associate Professor, EEE National Institute of Technology, Trichy. Academic Member
6 Mr.S.Sathyamoorthi Assistant Professor, EEE NPRCET Department IQAC Coordinator
7 Dr.K.Ramanan Professor & Head, CSE NPRCET Internal Members
8 Dr.T.Saravana Kannan Professor & Head, Mech. NPRCET
9 Dr.P.Kanirajan Professor, EEE NPRCET
10 Mr.T.Sivakumar Assistant Professor, EEE NPRCET
11 Dr.S.M.Vijayarajan Associate Professor, ECE NPRCET
12 Dr.A.Kanimozhi Professor, Mathematics,  NPRCET
13 Dr.P.S.Satheesh Kumar Professor, Physics,  NPRCET
14 Mr. P.Naveen Electro Technical Officer,  Mediterranean Shipping Company, Cyprus Geneva. Alumni
15 Miss. A. Lakshmi Priya IV - EEE  NPRCET Student
16 Mrs.A.Saranya Teacher N.S. Girls School, Theni Parent


Professional Societies

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering - Membership in Professional Societies

S. No. Name of the Society Membership Number Date of Establishment No. of faculty Members No. of Student Members
1 Indian Society for Technical Education (ISTE) Institutional Member IM2918 2020 - -
2 Instrument Society of India - 2024 - -

Curriculum & Syllabus

Course Outcomes

S. No. Batch Course Outcomes
1 2016-2020 View Course Outcomes
2 2017-2021 View Course Outcomes
3 2018-2022 View Course Outcomes
4 2019-2023 View Course Outcomes

Digital Course Materials

S. No. Year / Semester Name of the Subject Links
1 II/III Electron Devices and Circuits View Materials
2 Electromagnetic Theory View Materials
3 Digital Logic Circuits View Materials
4 Electrical Machines-I View Materials
5 II/IV Transmission & Distribution View Materials
6 Measurements and Instrumentation View Materials
7 Electrical Machines - II View Materials
8 Power Plant Engineering View Materials
9 Power System Analysis View Materials
10 Power Electronics View Materials
11 Control Systems View Materials
12 Microprocessors and Microcontrollers View Materials
13 Basics of Biomedical Instrumentation View Materials
14 III/VI Solid State Drives View Materials
15 Protection and Switchgear View Materials
16 Embedded Systems View Materials
17 Special Electrical Machines View Materials
18 IV/VII High Voltage Engineering View Materials
19 High Voltage Direct Current Transmission View Materials
20 Power System Operation and Control View Materials
21 Renewable Energy Systems View Materials
22 Fibre Optics and Laser Instrumentation View Materials
23 Power Systems Transients View Materials
24 IV/VIII Utilization and Conservation of Electrical Energy View Materials


Lecture Videos

S. No. Year / Semester Name of the Subject Title NPTEL Links Link for Lecture Video
1 I / II Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering Measurements and Instrumentation View View
3-Phase Induction Motor View
Transformers View
Electronic Devices View
Wiring Circuits View
2 II / III Power Plant Engineering Layout of Power Plant View View
Gas Turbine Power Plant View
Nuclear Power Plant View
Hydro Electric Power Plant View
Various terms and definitions of load View
3 Electric Drives Basics of Electric Drives View View
Multi-quadrant operation of Electric Drives View
Electric Vehicle View View
Hybrid Electric Vehicle View
PEM fuel cell based Electric Vehicle View View
4 Electromagnetic Fields Introduction View View
Magnetic Scalar & Vector Potential View
Ampere Circuital Law View
Magnetostatic Boundary Condition View
Inductance View
5 Digital Logic Circuit Boolean Laws used in Digital Logic circuits View View
Combinational Logic gates View
Flipflops View
K Map Simplification View
Minimization of Boolean function using K Map View
6 III / V Power System Analysis Introduction to power systems analysis View View
Reactance and Single Line diagram View
Reactance diagram and sample problems View
Bus admittance matrix View
Bus Impedance Matrix View
7 III / VI Embedded Systems Introduction to Embedded System Design View View
Direct Memory Access View
Architecture of Embedded System View
Memory Organization View
8 IV / VII High Voltage Engineering Lightning View View
Simpson's Theory View
Wilson's Theory View
Protection Systems View
Lattice Plane View

Center of Excellence

Name of the Centre of Excellence: Industrial Automation
Supporting industry/Organization: TVS, Training and Service, Chennai
Focus Area: PLC and HMI Automation


  • Provides best practices, research, and support skill training for the students.
  • Provides operational initiatives to improve the quality of student’s project


Students will be able to 

  • Familiar with various automation technologies in manufacturing and process industries. 
  • Understand various automation tools and methods in the manufacturing industry.
  • Do projects by using PLC.


  The training was given to 36 students

  •     26 students from IV-year EEE (2020 - 2024)
  •     10 students from III-year EEE (2021 – 2025)

List of Major Equipment:

S. No. Particular
1 Seimens PLC Industrial Control Panel (S7200)
2 Stepper Drive
3 Hydraulic Power Pack and Cylinder
4 Computer with 8GB Ram


Distinguished Alumni



Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering - Newsletter: ELECTRICAL TIMES

S. No. Academic Year Volumes Issues
1 2019-2020 Volume - I Issue - I
2 Issue - II
3 2020-2021 Volume - II Issue - I
4 Issue - II
5 2021-2022 Volume - III Issue - I
6 Issue - II
7 2022-2023 Volume - IV Issue - I
8 Issue - II



S. No. Organization with which MoU is Signed Year of signing MoU Duration
1 TVS, Training and Service, Chennai 2022-2023 5 years
2 University Negari Pendang Indonesia 2023-2024 5 years
3 Caliber Embedded Technologies India (P) ltd. Coimbatore 2022-2023 5 years
4 GM Electronics, Madurai 2023-2024 5 years


Technical Magazine

Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering - Technical Magazine: ELECTRICAL MAGAZINE

S. No. Academic Year Volumes
1 2019-2020 Volume - I
2 2020-2021 Volume - II
3 2021-2022 Volume - III
4 2022-2023 Volume - IV


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