• About B.E. Electrical & Electronics Engineering

The Department of Electrical Engineering at Karavali Institute of Technology has well-prepared laboratories like Electrical, Electrical Instrumentation, Network Analysis, Control System, machine lab, etc. World class software like MATLAB, Simulink, PSCAD, PSIM. Labview are available in the department to work on top-of-the line projects in various areas of Electrical Engineering.

The Department also has excellent testing facilities in the area of High Voltage Engineering and testing of rotating machines. It has synergetic group of knowledge and vigorous teaching and supporting staff. Various activities are undertaken by the department to expand proficient approach and personality of the students.

  • Laboratories

  • Analog Electronics Lab
  • Logic Design Lab
  • Microcontrollers Lab
  • Power Electronics Lab
  • Measurements & Circuit Simulation Lab
  • Transformers & Induction Machines Lab
  • DC Machines & Synchronous M/c Lab
  • Control Systems Lab
  • Relay & High Voltage Lab
  • Power System Simulation Lab
  • Field of Study

Electrical and electronics engineers design, develop, test, and supervise the manufacture of electrical and electronic equipment. Some of this equipment includes broadcast and communications systems; electric motors, machinery controls, lighting, and wiring in buildings, automobiles, aircraft, and radar and navigation systems; and power generating, controlling, and transmission devices used by electric utilities. Many Electrical and Electronics engineers also work in areas closely related to computers.

  • What is it all about

The diversity of the field of electrical and electronics engineering is represented in the following areas of involvement.

The electrical power field is concerned with the generation, transmission, and distribution of electrical energy. Electrical power engineers design and develop equipment and systems to provide electricity in homes, offices, stores, and factories. Many power engineers design power systems for aircraft and spacecraft; others provide computer-controlled energy management systems that conserve energy in manufacturing facilities; and still others design electrical motors for applications ranging from appliances to processing plants.
The field of automatic control spans a wide range of technologies, from aerospace to health care. The main goal of automatic control technology is to automatically guide or regulate a system under both steady-state and transient conditions using feedback to adapt to unknown or changing conditions. Electrical engineers design and develop automatic control systems to guide aircraft and spacecraft. They apply control technology to automatically adjust processes and machinery in manufacturing such diverse products as chemicals, pharmaceuticals, automobiles, and integrated circuits.
Instrumentation engineering deals with the design of devices to measure physical quantities such as pressure, flow and temperature. The design of such instrumentation requires a good understanding of physics that often extends beyond electromagnetic theory. Often instrumentation is not used by itself, but instead as the sensors of larger electrical systems.
Electronics is a cornerstone of technology, supporting virtually all areas of science, engineering, and medicine with products ranging from sensitive instruments to machine controls to diagnostic equipment. The field is a fast-changing one, as new technology supplants old in rapid succession. Electronic engineers design, develop, and manufacture, for example -- computers; integrated circuits; sensors and transducers; audio, video, broadcasting, and telecommunications equipment; process control systems; navigation, guidance, and detection systems; prosthetic devices; and pollution monitoring instruments.