ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Electrical Engineers are the mainstay of every engineering activity. The Electrical Engineering Department is dedicated to delivering competent electrical engineers to the arena of the real world. They are outfitted with core technical knowledge as well as professional skills necessary to face the challenges of the future. The committed faculty and staff are fully geared up towards this end. Our aim is to mould competent Electrical Engineers capable of providing dynamic leadership in various walks of life and to cater the needs of R&D, industry, business and community.

The Department aims to impart Technical Education to students and satisfy all the requirements needed for the Industrial Environment.Its vision is to be a catalyst in imparting quality education and conducting valued research for the benefit of society. Historically, the field of electrical engineering is one of the most important engineering disciplines that have changed the course of the world. Some of our important areas of teaching are basic electrical, electrical machine, power electronics, measurement and instrumentation ,circuits and systems, material sciences, control systems, electric drives , extra high voltage and power system . The vision of the department is to establish itself as a center of excellence in terms of research and teaching in its chosen areas. We are committed to establishing human and material infrastructure in this cause. A number of laboratories are being established . The department is in the process of forming research groups in some of the key areas and collaborating with various institutions and corporations.

Vision

To be a center of excellence in modern Electrical Engineering domain and provide the society with professionally skilled engineers, entrepreneurs and citizens who will challenge the present glitches and enrich the future.

Mission

The department aims to realize the vision through following missions:

M1. To classify the strength of each student and harness their inclination towards various Electrical Engineering approaches.

M2. Empower the students with fundamental knowledge of Electrical Engineering.

M3. To provide state of art laboratories and real-time problem-solving practices.

M4. Develop technological, professional and entrepreneurial ethics through close interaction with the industries.

Program Educational Objective

Graduates in Electrical Engineering are expected to attain or achieve the following Program Educational Objectives (PEOs):

  1. Life Long Learning: Graduates will be able to build upon their fundamental knowledge of Electrical Engineering and inter-disciplinary areas and will engage in life-long learning by harnessing their skills as per the continuously changing challenges of the world.
  2. Zeal to Innovate: To inculcate zeal to innovate in graduates; to make them more productive in the professional practices of electrical engineering.
  3. Aptitude towards Research: Graduates will be provided with a solid foundation in mathematical and engineering fundamentals required to solve engineering problems and also to pursue research.
  4. Professional Skills: Graduates will develop and refine their knowledge & skills for communicational, social and professional ethics which in return will make them employable and they shall contribute to society by means of their services in government organizations, industry, educational firms and start-ups.

Program Outcomes

Core Subjects

Being affiliated to the Uttarakhand Tachnical University, The Computer Science & Engineering department of the IT Gopeshwar follows the courses and syllabus prescribed by UTU which focus on and provide in-depth studies in the following main stream topics:.

• AC and DC Machines
• Control Systems
• Power Electronics
• Transmission and Distribution
• Design of Electrical Apparatus
• Protection and Switchgear
• Power System Analysis
• Power System Control
• High Voltage Engineering
• Solid State Drives
• Special Electrical Machines
• Power Electronic Instrumentation
• Power System Operation
• Power System Transients
• Neural Networks and Application of Power System
• Electric Energy Utilization and Conservation
• Advanced Control System
• Micro – Controller Based System Design
• Power Plant Instrumentation
• Circuit Analysis
• Electronic Circuits
• Measurements & Instrumentation
• STransmission & Distribution
• Linear & Digital Integrated Circuits
• Microprocessor and Microcontroller
• Electric Machine Design
• Data Structures & Algorithm
• Object Oriented Programming
• Digital Logic Circuits
• Digital Signal Processing

Elective Subjects

• Biomedical Instrumentation
• Robotics
• Neural Networks & Fuzzy Logic
• Computer Networks
• OOPS
• VLSI
• Power System Dynamics
• Power Quality
• Adapter Control

BASIC ELECTRICAL LAB

Lab Incharge : Mr. Omber Saini

About :Basic Electrical Engineering Laboratory is used with the institute core course “Basic Electrical Engineering”. The lab has fully equipped setup benches to carry out numerous fundamental experiments in Electrical Engineering. The experiments are designed to expose students to the practical executions of the fundamental theories of Electrical Engineering.

Each experimental bench is equipped with variable AC and DC power supplies with adequate protections, which enables students to carry out the experiments in an electrically safe environment. The lab is equipped with energy meters, power meters, voltage meters, ammeters, various size and type of transformers, various types & sizes of motors and kits for different theorems.

List of Equipments :

1 DIODE CHARACTERISTICS
2 3-PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR (0-440V, 1500RPM, 3KW,50HZ) COUPLED WITH DC GEN. (0-220V,1500RPM,3KW) ON THE SAME BASE PLATE WITH TACHOMETER, 3POINT STARTER WITH LOADING ARRANGEMENT
3 VERIFICATION OF DC/AC THEOREMS KIT FOR KCL
4 VERIFICATION OF DC/AC THEOREMS KIT FOR KVL
5 VERIFICATION OF DC/AC THEOREM KIT FOR MAXIMUM POWER TRANSFER THEOREMS
6 THEVENIN’S THEOREM
7 NORTON’S THEOREM
8 SUPERPOSITION THEOREM
9 KIT FOR RLC SERIES CIRCUIT

SIMULATION LAB

Lab Inchrage : Miss Kavita Goswami

About : Basic simulation Lab consists of different mathematical computations like Fourier transform, Laplace transform, Z-transforms, auto correlation, cross correlation and also different signals generations using MATLAB and also analyzing noise in the signal. The main objective of this Lab is to develop analysis techniques and programming skills for signals and systems. To do this we will specifically study signal representation, including Fourier and Laplace transforms and system definitions and properties, such as linearity, causality, time invariance, and stability. Specific techniques that will be studied include the use of convolution, transfer functions and system frequency response to determine the output of a system based on the input. These experiments are fundamental to all of engineering but are absolutely vital to the fields of communications, signal processing, electro-magnetic, controls and electronics.

List of Equipments :

1 APPARATUS FOR VERIFICATION OF PRINCIPLE OF SUPERPOSITION WITH
DC AND AC SOURCES
2 APPARATUS FOR VERIFICATION OF THEVENIN AND NORTON THEOREM
3 APPARATUS FOR VERIFICATION OF MAXIMUM POWER TRANSFER
THEOREMS IN AC CIRCUIT
4 APPARATUS FOR VERIFICATION OF TELLEGEN'S THEOREM FOR TWO
NETWORKS OF THE SAME TOPOLOGY
5 APPARATUS FOR VERIFICATION OF MILLMAN THEOREM
6 APPARATUS FOR VERIFICATION OF COMPENSATION THEOREM
7 APPARATUS FOR DETERMINATION OF TRANSIENT RESPONSE OF CURRENT
IN RL AND RC CIRCUITS WITH STEP VOLTAGE INPUT AND CURRENT INPUT
8 APPARATUS TO OBTAIN TRANSIENT RESPONSE OF A SERIES R-L-C CIRCUIT
FOR STEP VOLTAGE INPUT
9 APPARATUS TO OBTAIN TRANSIENT RESPONSE OF A PARALLEL R-L-C
CIRCUIT FOR STEP CURRENT INPUT
10 APPARATUS TO OBTAIN TRANSIENT RESPONSE OF A SERIES R-L-C CIRCUIT
FOR ALTERNATING SQUARE VOLTAGE WAVEFORM
11 APPARATUS FOR DETERMINATION OF TRANSIENT RESPONSE OF CURRENT
IN R-L-CIRCUIT WITH STEP VOLTAGE INPUT FOR UNDER DAMP,
CRITICALLY DAMP AND OVER DAMP CASES
12 APPARATUS FOR DETERMINATION OF FREQUENCY RESPONSE OF CIRCUIT
IN R-L-C CIRCUIT WITH SINUSOIDAL AC INPUT
13 APPARATUS TO OBTAIN FREQUENCY RESPONSE OF A SERIES R-L-CIRCUIT
FOR SINUSOIDAL VOLTAGE INPUT

MEASUREMENT LAB

Lab Incharge : Miss Kavita Goswami

About : Measurement lab in Electrical department is established to provide students the practical, elementary as well as comprehensive knowledge about instrumentation. A wide variety of sensors and transducers:

  • Strain gauge Transducer kit
  • Temperature Transducer kit
  • Maxwell Inductance Bridge
  • LVDT kit
  • CRO trainer

The Measurement laboratory in Electrical Department has the objective to familiarize the student with the operation of basic laboratory instrumentation such as Energy meter, Multimeter, frequency counter, voltmeter, Ammeter and Kits for different bridges etc. Another goal is to re-enforce theoretical knowledge with practice and vice-versa, and also to learn correct laboratory procedures and techniques. This is accomplished by building, testing, and taking measurements on simple circuits. In the execution of the experiment, highest benefit is gained by students of Electrical Engineering if they can distinguish between performing the experiment by following step-by-step instructions, and actually understanding the reasons and the methodology behind the various parts. To understand the experiments student must understand the theory of the circuits under test, and the instruments used to test them.
In the lab a student performs the experiments, where he/she obtains "hands on" experience on how to correctly connect circuits, and use the various laboratory equipment.

List of Equipments :

1 TRAINER FOR STUDY OF SEMICONDUCTOR DIODE VOLTMETER AND ITS USE AS DC AVERAGE RESPONDING AC VOLTMETER
2 1-PHASE AND 3-PHASE METER TEST BENCH FOR TESTING ENERGY METERS, WATTMETER, POWER FACTOR METER, AC AMMETER AND VOLTMETER
3 KELVIN'S DOUBLE BRIDGE WITH ACCESSORIES DC SOURCE 0-12V/10A,GALVANOMETER 30-0-30 DIVISION SENSITIVITY OF 2MA, CURRENT CARRYING CAPACITY 10 A
4 STUDY KIT FOR TRANSDUCER (J-TYPE)
5 STUDY KIT FOR TRANSDUCER (K-TYPE)
6 PRESSURE MEASUREMENT USING STRAIN GAUGE
7 HAY'S BDIDGE WITH INBUILT DIGITAL NULL DETECTOR, SINE WAVE OSCILLATOR
8 DC POTENTIOMETER WITH POWER SUPPLY 2V-6V/1A, GALVANOMETER WITH
STANDARD CELL AND DIVISION SENSITIVITY OF 2 MA
9 POWER BREAD BOARD WITH ALL TYPE OF POWER SUPPLY 5 V/500 mA AND ±15 V/500 mA
10 ANALOG/DIGITAL CONVERTER KIT
11 DIGITAL/ANALOG CONVERTER KIT
12 1-PHASE AND 3-PHASE METER TEST BENCH FOR TESTING ENERGY
METERS, WATTMETER, POWER FACTOR METER, AC AMMETER AND VOLTMETER
13 KELVIN'S DOUBLE BRIDGE
14 MAXWELL'S BRIDGE
15 HAY'S BRIDGE
16 ANDERSON'S BRIDGE
17 OWEN'S BRIDGE
18 DE-SOUTY'S BRIDGE
19 SCHERING BRIDGE

NETWORK LAB

Lab Incharge : Mr. Rahul Sagwal

About :The objective of this laboratory in Electrical Engineering is to familiarize the student with operating basic laboratory instrumentation such as an oscilloscope, a function generator, a multimeter, etc. The student will learn correct laboratory techniques and procedures. Another goal of conducting the lab experiments is to re-enforce the theoretical knowledge learned in the classroom with practice and vice-versa.

In the execution of the experiment, the highest benefit is gained, if the student can distinguish between performing the experiment step-by-step following instructions and actually understanding the reasons behind the methodology and the process. To understand the experiments, it is essential that both the theory of the circuit under test and the instruments used to test them are known clearly.

List of Equipments :

1 TRAINER FOR DETERMINATION OF FREQUENCY RESPONSE OF CURRENT IN RLC CIRCUIT WITH THE SINUSOIDAL AC INPUT
2 TRAINER FOR VERIFICATION OF THEVENIN, NORTON (AC & DC)
3 TRAINER FOR MAXIMUM POWER TRANSFER THEOREM IN AC AND DC
4 TRAINER FOR DETERMINATION OF Z AND H PARAMETERS (DC ONLY) FR NETWORK AND COMPUTATION OF Y AND ABCD PARAMETERS.
5 TRAINER FOR HALF WAVE, FULL WAVE BRIDGE RECTIFIER

ELECTRO-MECHANICAL ENERGY CONVERSION – I LAB

Lab Incharge : Mr. Abhishek Chauhan

About : This lab caters to Electrical Machines Laboratories for 2nd year Electrical Engineering students. The lab has various type of Electrical DC Machines. Some of the experiments are:

Load characteristics of DC Shunt generator

Speed-Torque characteristics of DC shunt motor

Hopkinson Test

Sumpner test with transformers

2-Point Starter for DC motor

3-Point Starter for DC motor

4-Point Starter for DC motor

List of Equipments :

1 DC MOTOR 3 KW 220 V 1500 RPM (SHUNT/SERIES FIELD BOTH ) COUPLED  WITH SEPARATELY AND SHUNT EXCITED DC GENERATOR 3 KW 220 VOLT 1500 RPM FIXED ON SAME BASE PLATE WITH TACHOGENERATOR MOUNTED ON THE SHAFT
2 DC MOTOR 3 KW 220 V 1500 RPM (COMPOUND FIELD ) COUPLED  WITH SEPARATELY AND SHUNT EXCITED DC GENERATOR 3 KW 220 VOLT 1500 RPM FIXED ON SAME BASE PLATE WITH TACHOGENERATOR MOUNTED ON THE SHAFT
3 DC MOTOR 3 KW 220 V 1500 RPM (SHUNT/SERIES FIELD BOTH) COUPLED  WITH SEPARATELY AND SHUNT EXCITED DC GENERATOR 3 KW 220 VOLT 1500 RPM FIXED ON SAME BASE PLATE WITH TACHOGENERATOR MOUNTED ON THE SHAFT
4 HOPKINSON TEST SET 2KW 220 V DC MACHINE
5 DC SHUNT MOTOR 1KW WITH BREAK DRUM SPRING BALANCE ARRANGEMENT
6 DC MOTOR 3 KW 220 V 1500 RPM (SHUNT/SERIES FIELD BOTH) COUPLED  WITH SEPARATELY AND SHUNT EXCITED DC GENERATOR 3 KW 220 VOLT 1500 RPM FIXED ON SAME BASE PLATE WITH TACHOGENERATOR MOUNTED ON THE SHAFT
7 2-POINT STARTER FOR DC MOTOR OF 3KW 220 V
8 3-POINT STARTER FOR DC MOTOR OF 3KW 220 V
9 4-POINT STARTER FOR DC MOTOR OF 3KW 220 V

ELECTRO-MECHANICAL ENERGY COVERSION – II LAB

Lab Incharge : Mr. Abhishek Chauhan

About :This lab caters to Electrical Machines Laboratories for 3rd year Electrical Engineering students. The lab has various type of Electrical Machines. Some of the experiments are:

No load & blocked rotor tests for 3- phase induction motor

Equivalent circuit parameter determination for a single phase induction motor

Voltage regulation of a 3-phase alternator

V-curves for a 3-phase alternator etc.

List of Equipments :

1 3-PHASE 50 HZ 4 POLE 440V 3 KW SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTOR COUPLED WITH SEPARATELY AND SHUNT EXCITED DC GENERATOR 3KW 220 V 1500 RPM FIXED BASE PLATE WITH TACHOMETER MOUNTED ON THE SAME SHAFT.
2 3-PHASE 50 HZ 4 POLE 440V 3 KW SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTOR COUPLED WITH SEPARATELY AND SHUNT EXCITED DC GENERATOR 3KW 220 V 1500 RPM FIXED BASE PLATE WITH TACHOMETER MOUNTED ON THE SAME SHAFT.
3 3 PHASE 50 HZ 4 POLE 3KW SYNCHRONOUS MACHINE COUPLED WITH SEPARATELY AND SHUNT EXCITED DC GENERATOR 3KW 220V FIXED ON THE SAME BASE PLATE WITH TACHOGENERATOR MOUNTED ON THE SHAFT
4 3-PHASE 50 HZ 4 POLE 440V 3 KW SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTOR COUPLED WITH SEPARATELY AND SHUNT EXCITED DC GENERATOR 3KW 220 V 1500 RPM FIXED BASE PLATE WITH TACHOMETER MOUNTED ON THE SAME SHAFT.
5 3 PHASE 50 HZ 4 POLE 3KW SYNCHRONOUS MACHINE COUPLED WITH SEPARATELY AND SHUNT EXCITED DC GENERATOR 3KW 220V FIXED ON THE SAME BASE PLATE WITH TACHOGENERATOR MOUNTED ON THE SHAFT
6 EXPERIMENTAL SETUP TO STUDY  NO LOAD AND BLOCK ROTOR TEST ON A THREE PHASE SQUIRREL CAGE INDUCTION MOTOR
7 EXPERIMENTAL SETUP TO STUDY  NO LOAD AND BLOCK ROTOR TEST ON A SINGLE PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR
8 EXPERIMENTAL SETUP TO STUDY SPEED CONTROL OF THREE PHASE INDUCTION MOTOR BY KEEPING V/F RATIO CONSTANT.
9 EXPERIMENTAL SETUP TO STUDY OPEN CIRCUIT AND SHORT CIRCUIT TEST ON A THREE PHASE ALTERNATOR
10 EXPERIMENTAL SETUP TO STUDY SYNCHRONIZATION OF AN ALTERNATOR WITH THE INFINITE BUS USING : (A) DARK LAMP METHOD (B) TWO BRIGHT METHOD AND ON DARK LAMP METHOD.

POWER SYSTEM LAB

Lab Incharge : Mr. Abhishek Chauhan

About : This lab presents the design of a curriculum and the associated hardware for the laboratory component of an introductory power system engineering course. The content was developed to implement a systems approach that uses the modern electric power network as an interconnected system to be designed, analyzed, and tested. The major hardware components of the electrical power system are studied and analyzed in individual laboratory experiments.

List of Equipments :

1 EXPERIMENTAL SETUP TO STUDY IDMT OVER CURRENT RELAY
2 EXPERIMENTAL SETUP TO STUDY PERCENTAGE DIFFERENTIAL RELAY
3 EXPERIMENTAL SETUP TO STUDY IMPEDANCE AND MHO RELAY
4 EXPERIMENTAL SETUP TO STUDY LOCATION OF FAULT ON A CABLE USING CABLE FAULT LOCATOR
5 EXPERIMENTAL SETUP TO STUDY FERRANTI EFFECT AND VOLTAGE DISTRIBUTION IN HV LONG TRANSMISSION LINE
6 EXPERIMENTAL SETUP TO STUDY TRANSFORMER OIL TEST SETUP.

MICROPROCESSOR LAB

Lab Incharge : Mr. Abhishek Aggarawal

About : Keeping in pace with the rapidly expanding field of micro controllers the experiments in this lab strengthen the concepts of interfacing, data transfer, as well as functions of various components as:

  • 8085 Trainer kit having EPROM programming Capacity on each trainer
  • Stepper motor controller

List of Equipments :

1. MICROPROCESSOR ADVANCE KIT LCD DISPLAY WITH 8085 PROCESSOR
2. MICROPROCESSOR ADVANCE KIT LCD DISPLAY WITH 8086 PROCESSOR
3. KIT FOR KEYBOARD CONTROLLER, DMA CONTROLLER, A/D TO CONTROLLER, D/A CONTROLLER, TRAFFIC LIGHT CONTROL, PPL & UART/USART, TIMER TO BE INTERFACED IT 8085 AND 8086
4. MICROPROCESSOR KITS 8085 WITH STEPPER MOTOR AND CARD

POWER ELECTRONICS LAB

Lab Incharge: Mr. Abhishek Aggarawal

About : Power Electronics laboratory is used by students with the course on “Power Electronics”. This lab has oscilloscopes, signal generators, multimeters, soldering stations, LCR meters and power electronic modules to carry out experiments. Some of the experiments are:

  • To study V-I characteristics of SCR and measure latching and holding currents.
  • To study UJT trigger circuit for half wave and full wave control.
  • To study single-phase half wave controlled rectified with (i) resistive load (ii) inductive load with and without freewheeling diode.
  • To study single phase (i) fully controlled (ii) half controlled bridge rectifiers with resistive and inductive loads.
  • To study three-phase fully/half controlled bridge rectifier with resistive and inductive loads.
  • To study single-phase ac voltage regulator with resistive and inductive loads.
  • To study single phase cyclo-converter
  • To study triggering of (i) IGBT (ii) MOSFET (iii) power transistor

List of Equipments :

1 TRAINER KIT TO STUDY SINGLE PHASE (I) FULLY CONTROLLED (II) HALF CONTROLLED BRIDGE RECTIFIERS WITH RESISTIVE AND INDUCTIVE LOADS
2 TRAINER KIT TO STUDY SINGLE-PHASE AC VOLTAGE REGULATOR WITH RESISTIVE AND INDUCTIVE LOADS.
3 TRAINER KIT TO STUDY MOSFET/IGBT BASED SINGLE-PHASE SERIES RESONANT/BRIDGE INVERTER
4 TRAINER KIT TO V-I CHARACTERISTICS OF SCR AND MEASURE LATCHING AND HOLDING CURRENT
5 TRAINER KIT TO STUDY UJT TRIGGER CIRCUIT FOR HALF WAVE AND FULL WAVE CONTROL
6 TRAINER KIT TO STUDY SINGLE-PHASE HALF WAVE CONTROLLED RECTIFIER WITH (I) RESISTIVE LOAD (II) INDUCTIVE LOAD WITH AND WITHOUT FREEWHEELING DIODE
7 TRAINER KIT TO STUDY THREE-PHASE FULLY/HALF CONTROLLED BRIDGE RECTIFIER WITH RESISTIVE AND INDUCTIVE LOADS
8 TRAINER KIT TO STUDY SINGLE PHASE CYLOCONVERTER
9 TRAINER KIT TO STUDY TRIGGERING OF (I) IGBT (II) MOSFET (III) POWER TRANSISTOR

CONTROL SYSTEM LAB

Lab Incharge :  Mr. Jagnandan Negi

About : The purpose of this laboratory is to introduce you to the equipment, so that you are familiar with the I and II order system; Lag, Lead & Lag-Lead compensators; DC position control system; Performance of Servo Voltage Stabilizer; measurement of temperature; Speed control of AC motor; LVDT based displacement transducer; Displacement transducer; and P, PI & PID controllers.

List of Equipments :

1 EXPERIMENTAL SETUP TO STUDY RESPONSE OF I AND II ORDER SYSTEM FOR VARIOUS VALUES OF CONSTANT K USING LINER SYSTEM SIMULATOR
2 EXPERIMENTAL SETUP TO STUDY LAG, LEAD & LAG-LEAD COMPENSATORS NETWORK.
3 EXPERIMENTAL SETUP TO STUDY OF DC POSITION CONTROL SYSTEM
4 EXPERIMENTAL SETUP TO STUDY PERFORMANCE OF SERVO VOLTAGE STABILIZER AT VARIOUS LOADS USING LOAD BAND.
5 EXPERIMENTAL SETUP TO STUDY BEHAVIOR OF SEPARATELY EXCITED DC MOTOR IN OPEN & CLOSED LOOP CONDITION AT VARIOUS LOAD.
6 TRAINER FOR MEASUREMENT OF  TEMPERATURE BY RTD SPECIFICATION
7 TRAINER FOR SPEED CONTROL OF AC MOTOR USING TRAIC
8 TRAINER FOR MAGNETIC CHARACTERISTICS OF (A) SERIES CONNECTED  AMPLIFIER (B)PARALLEL CONNECTED AMPLIFIER
9 TRAINER FOR MEASUREMENT OF DISPLACEMENT USING LVDT

*TO STUDY OF LVDT ARE DISPLACEMENT TRANSDUCER

10 TRAINER FOR MEASUREMENT DISPLACEMENT USING MAGNETIC PICKUP
11 TRAINER MEASUREMENT STUDY OF P, PI AND PID CONTROLLER (PID CONTROLLER)
12 TRAINER FOR DETERMINATION OF CHARACTERISTIC OF A SOLID STATE SENSOR/ FIBER – OPTIC SENSOR  (DIGITAL FIBER OPTICS TRAINER )

 

APPLIED INSTRUMENTATION LAB

Lab Incharge : Mr. Ramesh Meesala

About : Applied Electronics & Instrumentation engineering is one of the most preferred branches today. Instrumentation has become an all-encompassing field of engineering especially in an era of robotics and automation. Instrumentation engineers are essentially responsible for designing, developing, installing, managing and maintaining systems which monitor parameters so as to ensure automated control of processes. Almost all processing and manufacturing industries such as aviation, automobile, petrochemical, power and defense have separate instrumentation department, where instrumentation engineers are employed. They are needed in various roles like Control system design, Calibration, Automation, Quality control, Maintenance and so on. Opting Instrumentation engineering opens up a wide range of opportunities in the present digital world.

List of Equipments :

1 TRAINER FOR D.C POTENTIOMETERS AS ERROR DETECTORS.
2 TRAINER FOR SYNCHRO TRANSMITTER AND RECEIVER.
3 TRAINER TO VERIFY CHARACTERISTICS OF SELF-EXCITED MAGNETIC AMPLIFIERS WITH PROVISION OF POSITIVE AND NEGATIVE FEEDBACK.
4 TRAINER FOR SPEED CONTROL OF UNIVERSAL USING S.C.R WITH STROBOSCOPE
5 TRAINER FOR MEASUREMENT OF LOAD USING STRAIN GAUGE BASED LOAD CELL.
6 TRAINER FOR MEASUREMENT OF WATER LEVEL USING STRAIN GAUGE BASED WATER LEVEL.TRANSDUCEER
7 TRAINER FOR MEASUREMENT OF FLOW RATE BY ANEMOMETER.
8 TRAINER FOR DESIGN & TEST A SIGNAL CONDITIONING CIRCUIT FOR ANY TRANSDUCER (PRESSURE MEASUREMENT TRAINER

Mr. Ombeer Saini
ombeer.saini@itgopeshwar.ac.in
M.No.: 9720651770
Pursuing Ph.D.(NI University)
Designation: HOD, Assistant Professor
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Mr. Abhishek Chauhan
abhishek.chauhan@itgopeshwar.ac.in
M.No.: 7417493728
Pursuing Ph.D.( Thapar University)
Designation: Assistant Professor
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Mr. Abhishek Aggarwal
abhishek.aggarwal@itgopeshwar.ac.in
M.No.: 8755329213
Pursuing Ph.D.(ThaparUniversity)
Designation: Assistant Professor
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Ms. Kavita Goswami
kavita.goswami@itgopeshwar.ac.in
M.No.: 7060636801
M.Tech. (UTU, Dehradun)
Designation:Assistant Professor
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Mr.Jagnandan Negi
jagnandan.negi@itgopeshwar.ac.in
M.No.: 8979664423
M. Tech (NIT Hamirpur)
Designation: Assistant Professor
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Mr. Ashutosh Biswal
linku.ashutosh@gmail.com
M.No.: 9556833222
M.Tech(VSSUT, Burla)
Designation: Assistant Professor
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Mr. Ritesh Kr. Jha
riteshjha124@gmail.com
M.No.: 9953365250
M. Tech ( MNIT, Jaipur)
Designation: Assistant Professor
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