Vision

In order to produce Diploma Students who are “curved for success”, the Electrical Engineering Department at Noble Group Of Institutions offers a student-oriented educational experience in preparation of world class engineers who can address challenges of the industries worldwide.

Mission

The mission of the Electrical Engineering Department is to produce graduates who

  • Understand the basic principles that underlie modern electrical technology.
  • Are able to apply creatively their understanding of engineering principles to the solution of problems arising in whatever career path they choose.
  • To uphold a culture of academic excellence; reflective of the highest standards of innovative teaching-learning approaches and strategies.
Course Objective
  • To sustain the planned growth in the power sector, the industry needs human capital trained in electrical engineering. The Electrical Engineering Department is contributing to this need by producing trained technology leaders. Department of Electrical Engineering came into existence in the year July 2011 with intake of 60students.The department has a goal of providing excellence in technical education. The department has young, dynamic & dedicated faculty members.
  • The department provides opportunities to the students to work in state of the art laboratories like Basic Electrical Engineering, Electrical Machines, Power System Protection. The department also provides facility for computer simulation and virtual experimentation with the latest updated software like MATLAB, Mi-Power, Auto CAD-Electrical, PSIM, etc… The final year students are provided all infrastructural facilities needed to carry out their projects to explore the advanced technological boom.
  • The most important asset of the department is the team of young, dedicated and well qualified faculty members. All the faculty members posses Master’s degree in the various specialized fields of electrical engineering.
Program Outcomes

Students graduating from the Electrical Engineering Department at NGI will be expected and prepared to exercise the skills and abilities through & listed in the table of Program Outcomes below. The table also indicates how the Program Outcomes contribute to the Program Educational Objectives.

  • Ability to apply knowledge of mathematics, science, and engineering.
  • Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze and interpret data.
  • Ability to design a system, component, or process to meet desired needs within realistic constraints such as economic, environmental, social, political, ethical, health and safety, manufacturability, and sustainability.
  • Ability to function on multi-disciplinary teams.
  • Ability to identify, formulate, and solve engineering problems.
  • Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
  • Ability to communicate effectively.
  • Broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in a global, economic, environmental, and societal context.
  • Recognition of the need for, and an ability to engage in life-long learning.
  • Knowledge of contemporary issues.
  • Ability to use the techniques, skills, and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
  • Knowledge of probability and statistics, including applications to electrical engineering.
  • Knowledge of mathematics through differential and integral calculus, and basic science, computer science, and engineering sciences, necessary to analyze and design complex electrical and electronic devices, software, and systems containing hardware and software components, as appropriate to electrical engineering.
Head of Department
  • Prof. Sureshkumar B. Tank
    Prof. Sureshkumar B. TankHead of Department

    Work Experience : 04 years, 06 months
    Qualification: 
    M.E (Electrical), B.E (Power Electronics)

Industrial Visit
Synergy Transformers, Keshod
Synergy Transfomers are a team of engineers with expertise in electrical field. They are engaged in the manufacturing of distribution transformers and special purpose transformers under the brand name “synergy”. they firmly believe in quality and that too backed up by after sales services to their installations throughout INDIA. Syner... Read More
440 KV Substaion visit, Dharaeswar (Jetpur)
Gujarat Energy Transmission Corporation Limited (GETCO) was set up in May 1999 and is registered under the companies Act, 1956. The Company was promoted by erstwhile Gujarat Electricity Board (GEB) as its wholly owned subsidiary in the context of liberalization and as a part of efforts towards restructuring of the Power sector.As a pa... Read More
Synergy Transformer, Keshod
We visited Synergy Transformers For Various Types Of Transformers and also Design and Materials on 20th September 2014 at 11:30 am to 1:30pm. Suresh Tank & Prof. Jaydip Vaishnav led 25 students on the Visit. On behalf of SENERGY TRANSFORMERS Mr.Sanjay sir ( Technician) welcomed us. Later Mr.Vishal sir (Technical Expert) also gave us... Read More
Thermal Power Station, Sikka (Jamnagar)
Sikka Thermal Power Station is located near Jamnagar, which is the major industrial town in Gujarat. There are two units of 120 MW capacity each.two 250 mW plant on construction. Gujarat State Electricity Corporation is pursuing an expansion of the station to Units 3 and 4 - two new units of 250MW each. Photos show the project to be comp... Read More
Lab Detail
  • Electrical Machine Lab
    • DC Shunt Motor coupled with DC series generator
    • DC Shunt Motor coupled with DC shunt generator
    • DC Shunt Motor coupled with DC compound motor
    • Brake test on 3 – Phase squirrel cage induciton motor
    • Digital Multimeter
  • Electrical Circuit Lab
    • 1-phase capacitive bank, Inductive bank and Resistive bank
    • Kit Of Kirchhoff’s Law
    • Kit Of Ohm’s Law
    • Kit Of Thevenin’s Law
    • Kit Of Reciprocity Law
    • Digital Multimeter
    • Digital Thermometer
  • Electrical Instrumentation Lab
    • Digital Multimeter
    • Kelvin Bridge
    • Wheaston Bridge
    • Maxwell Bridge
    • Potentio Meter
    • LVDT
    • Flow Measurement Meter
  • Basic Electronics Lab
    • Digital Multimeter
    • MEGGAR
    • Resistive Load Bank
    • Inductor Load Bank
    • Star delta converter kit
    • OP-AMP Kit
    • IC 555 Timer Circuit
    • Flip-Flop
    • BCD To 7 Segment Converter
    • Oscillator Circuit
    • CRO
  • Computer Lab
    • Auto cad
    • MET LEB
    • PSIM
    • MULTISIM
Results & Time Table
Teaching Scheme
Semester 1
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
3300001BMBasic Mathematics20 24
3300002EnglishEnglish30 25
3300003ECHMEnvironment Conservation & Hazard Management40 04
3300006ECEngineering Chemistry(Group-2)32 05
33000013BCITBasic of Computer & Information Technology04 04
33000015FMEFundamental of Mechanical Engineering32 05

Semester 2
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
3320903DCCD C Circuits2226
3320902EEWPElectrical Engineering Workshop Practice0404
3320002Advanced MathematicsAdvanced Mathematics (Group 1)22
1990001CPDContributor Personality Development4004
3300005PhysicsBasic Physics3025
3300007BEDBasic Engineering Drawing2046
3320004BCEBasic of Civil Engineering0123

Semester 3
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
3330901ACCAC Circuits3227
3330902DCMTD C Machines And Transformers4408
3330903EIElectrical Instrumentation4206
3330904EPGElectrical Power Generation4026
3330905ECCElectronic Components And Circuits420

Semester 4
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
3340901PT & RAMPolyphase Transformers and Rotating AC Machines4408
3340902T and DTransmission and Distribution of Electrical Power4206
3340903UEEUtilization of Electrical Engergy4206
3340904DEDIDigital Electronics and Digital Instruments4206
3340905CAEDComputer Aided Electrical Drawing and Simulation0404

Semester 5
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
3350901WECCWiring Estimating Costing and Contracting3205
3350902ECAEnergy Conservation and Audit4206
3350903PEPower Electronics4206
3350904MPCAMicroprocessor and Controller Applicaitons4206
3350907ETCElectric Traction and Control3205
3350908Project IProject I0314

Semester 6
GTU CodeSubject Short NameSubjectLectPracTutorialsCredits
3360901SG and PSwitch Gear and Protection4206
3360902IC and MInstallation Commissioning and Maintenance4228
3360907MT and CMaintenance of Transformer and Circuit Breaker3205
3360908EB and CElectrification of Building and Complexes3025
3360909Project IIProject II0606

Contact (Departmental)

SURESHKUMAR TANK

JAYDIP VAISHNAV