- HOD Message
- Vision, Mission & PEO
- News Letter
- Technical Staff
- Time Table
- Industry Interaction
- Alumni Testimonials
- Best Practices
- Add on Courses
The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was established in the year 2008, right from the inception of the institution. With a present intake of 60, the department has well equipped laboratories and is spread over an area of more than 900 square meters. The department has dedicated faculty with one doctorate and two of them pursuing Ph.D.
The faculty are actively engaged in career guidance, mentoring, industry - institute interaction and arranging events such as industrial visits, guest lectures, workshops, conferences and guiding externally sponsored projects on a regular basis.
The department has received grants for funded student projects from KSCST, VGST and VTU etc. The students undergo rigorous training for placement right from the second year and get recruited in core as well as IT companies.
The department has also signed an Memorandum of Understanding(MOU) with KGTTI and SELCO foundation for skill development of our students and many of our students have been benefitted by pursuing internships.
The changing environment necessitates not only traditional knowledge but interdisciplinary environment which helps our students to work with other technologies. We aim to provide interdisciplinary research. The global climate change and depleting natural resources are requirements which motivated us to offer add on courses with stress on emerging technologies such as Electric Vehicle.
I welcome wholeheartedly our alumni to join hands in supporting our endeavors by all means of interaction for the mutual benefits. Presence of our alumni at various Industries and reputed Universities across the globe has helped our graduates to plan their post graduate and placements off campus. Our doors are always open to Universities, research organizations and we look forward to offer consultancy to utility companies and industries.
"To impart quality Electrical and Electronics engineering education and empower students with technical, innovative and professional skills to compete with rapid changing global challenges".
Mission 1: To develop creativity, innovation, problem solving skills and academic excellence in Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
Mission 2: To foster research and development activities in the fields of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
Mission 3: To inculcate leadership qualities and team spirit by encouraging participation in various events in Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
Mission 4: To encourage development of entrepreneurial skills and professional ethics in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
Programme Educational Objectives(PEO):
PEO1: Be successful in their professional career, higher studies and research in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering by providing contextually relevant academic environment.
PEO2: Adapt to the changing technologies and market trends in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering by providing appropriate awareness and practices.
PEO3: Present technological concepts and theories in Electrical and Electronics Engineering by enabling logical thinking, leadership qualities and entrepreneurial skills through effective communication.
PEO4: Practice Engineering profession with ethics to serve the society.
PEO5: Demonstrate leadership qualities and managerial skills in a heterogeneous team globally.
Programme Specific Outcomes(PSOs):
PSO1: Demonstrate in-depth understanding of components of electric vehicles.
PSO2: Demonstrate skills of using higher level languages for VLSI and Embedded systems design to be participatory in multidisciplinary environment.
Teaching Faculty of Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department
|1||Mr. Mallikarjun R. Malenahalli||Foreman|
|2||Ms. Shruti Kurbar||Instructor|
|3||Mr. Rajesh Mulay||Instructor|
|4||Mr. Santosh Badiger||Assistant Instructor|
|1||Mr. Santosh Shigihalli||Attender|
|On Campus Placements||8|
|OFF Campus Core Placements||2|
|OFF Campus Non Core Placements|
|On Campus Placements||4|
|OFF Campus Core Placements||5|
|OFF Campus Non Core Placements||3|
|On Campus Placements||4|
|OFF Campus Core Placements||18|
|OFF Campus Non Core Placements||4|
|On Campus Placements||6|
|OFF Campus Core Placements||23|
|OFF Campus Non Core Placements||13|
|On Campus Placements||2|
|OFF Campus Core Placements||19|
|OFF Campus Non Core Placements||1|
Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Karnataka German Technical Training Institute (KGTTI), Hubballi on 18/09/2019 and SELCO Foundation, Bengaluru on 08/01/2021.
Fig. MoU with KGTTI, Hubballi
Fig. MoU with SECLO Foundation, Bengaluru
Fig: Shri. Basavaprabhu Hiremath, Director, Shri.Vinod Kumar Panigrahi, Asst. Manager and Shri. Chandrashekhar P., Senior Engineer (Electrical), Dr. Supanna S.Shirguppe and Prof. Basavaraj S. Hugar.
- • An Industrial visit was arranged to Solar PV Power Plant, Bagmane Green power LLP, Hirekudi, Chikkodi Taluk, Belagavi for 4th semester students of Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department on Saturday, 29th February 2020.
- • 32 Number of Students attended the visit. Prof. Shrivatsav Madabal coordinated the visit and Ms. Shruti Kurbar accompanied the visit.
- • Site Engineer Mr. Chetan Hajare, gave a brief explanation of the solar power plant.
- • From generation to transmission, function of equipment’s, technical details, advantages of SCADA and many more information was provided by him.
Fig. Industrial visit to Bagmane Green power LLP, Hirekudi, Chikkodi Taluk, Belagavi
Fig. Industrial visit to Bagmane Green power LLP, Hirekudi, Chikkodi Taluk, Belagavi
Mr. Praveen Sutagatti
KarMic Design Pvt. Ltd,
|“I had a splendid experience as a student of the Department of Electrical Engineering at SGBIT. All our teachers are extremely knowledgeable, and they’re always eager to help us in our times of need. They’re kind enough to each and every student. They don’t differentiate between anyone and so we always felt like we had their affection showered on us equally. Not only during studies and labs, but we had their involvement in every aspect of our college life. Also, doing justice to their behavior are our seniors and juniors, so, not mentioning them would be an un-forgivable crime on my part. We were blessed to find such seniors and juniors in our college life. I almost left out my classmates, but then they’re my near and dear ones and we’ll always be together. Like our respected HOD Dr. Supanna S. Shirguppe always says, “We are the Electrical Family.”|
Mr. Chetan Bhosale
Automation Engineer at
Prudent Solutions WLL
Dammam, Saudi Arabia
|“I believe that there exist determination and moral support to achive an initial step of something best in life. The formar part is within us and for the latter there are the people who provide us with utmost help for which, I would like to thank the Training & Placement and EEE Department @ SGBIT. The culture, values and the morale that the college provided for complete development of my work life balance are undeniable”|
Pradeep Patil, Electrical
Engineer at D&B
Engineers and Architects, P.C.
Woodbury, New York,
|“A better human being, a better problem solver and a dream to achieve something big are all, I hoped for when I joinded SGBIT. I am delighted to say that the faculties have helped me to achieve these dreams. Here, I not only had the chance to develop on my technical skills but also on other aspects such as Leadership & Mangement skills. The faculties always inspired me to go above and beyond my capabilities. I am grateful to my faculties of EEE department for helping me achive what I dreamt of”|
Engineer at ASML, San
|“I would be failing in my duty if I don’t express my gratitute to our placement officer of SGBIT which helped us to get placed in reputed companies. The technical training played a vital role in developing our technical base as well as enhancing our soft skills. I am grateful for all support and opportunities provided to us”|
Mr. Pandurang Mohite,
|“The faculty and staff at this insitution are top rate. They all want their students to do well in all aspects of life. SGBIT has many opportunities for the students to get the help they need. Professors helped me beyond words I can say. SGBIT keeps the student first. You will not be let down. I really believe it is a privilege to come to SGBIT and I am so glad I made that decision. Thanking EEE department for their support”|
- • Industrial visits every semester.
- • Mini project for II and III year students.
- • Internship during 2nd & 3rd year breaks.
- • Parents Meet, Alumni Meet, Open day.
- • Effective mentoring.
- • Earn while you learn scheme.
- • Newsletter - ILLUMINE
|Sl. No||Company Name||Company Logo|
|2.||Siddhi Vinayak Transformer Industries, Kakati, Belagavi|
|3.||TCI Tech Foundation, Bangalore|
|5.||TRANS FAB POWER LTD, PUNE|
|6.||Ashok Iron Works, Belagavi|
|7.||Hindalco Industries Ltd, Belagavi|
|8.||AEQUS Ecosystem Efficiency, Belagavi|
|9.||Ravindra Energy Ltd, Belagavi|
|10.||Shri Prabhulingeshwar Sugars and Chemicals Ltd|
|11.||Power Tech Systems, Pune|
|12||Vihaansudhan Technologies, Mysuru|
|13.||Tech Fortune Technologies, Bangalore|
|14.||Shantala Industrial Training and Research Center, Hubballi|
|15.||IFB Industries Limited, Goa|
|16.||Patil Electric Works, Hubballi|
Noted alumni for Electrical & Electronics Engineering
|#||Name||Phone No.||E-mail ID||Organization Name||Year of passing|
|1||Umesh Gayakwademail@example.com||Assistant Manager, Tata Marcopolo Motors, Dharwad, Karnataka||2012|
|2||Ravindra Shiradonefirstname.lastname@example.org||Senior Verification Engineer, Robert Bosch India||2012|
|3||Chetan Bhosaleemail@example.com||Automation Engg- Sales and Marketing, Prudent Solutions||2012|
|4||Shreya Deshpandefirstname.lastname@example.org||Marketing Manager, Durga Metal Profiles||2012|
|5||Supriya Kanchanemail@example.com||Senior Software Engineer, Happiest Minds, Bengaluru||2012|
|6||Sheetal Sanadifirstname.lastname@example.org||AE, KPTCL, Belagavi, Karnataka||2013|
|7||Amar Desaiemail@example.com||Data Center Operations Engineer at STT GDC India Pvt Ltd., Pune, Maharashtra, India||2013|
|8||Shruti B. Yargattifirstname.lastname@example.org||Quality Analyst for Digital Marketing, Deluxe ESI Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore||2013|
|9||Preeti Benake||+1(408)email@example.com||Lead Embedded Software Engineer, ASML, Wilton, CT||2013|
|10||Kainath I. Sayedfirstname.lastname@example.org||Veritas Softwares- Pune||2013|
|11||Shradha Mattikattiemail@example.com||AE, CESC, Hassan, Karnataka||2014|
|12||Nitesh Ramganafirstname.lastname@example.org||Operating Assistant, South Western Railways, Castle rock, Karnataka||2014|
|13||Chetan Hazareemail@example.com||Electrical Engineer, Bagmane Green Power LLP, Hirekodi||2014|
|14||Apeksha L||9902964851||apekshalokare06@gmail||Senior Software Engineer, Samsung R&D Institute, Bangalore||2014|
|15||Sneha Karkifirstname.lastname@example.org||Assistant Manager, KVG Bank, Udyambag Branch, Belagavi||2014|
|16||Pankaj Inamdaremail@example.com||Proprietor, Synergy Consultants, Belagavi, Karnataka||2015|
|17||Vedanjali Gaonkarfirstname.lastname@example.org||Co-owner, Guru Engineering Works, Udyambag, Belgaum, Karnataka||2015|
|18||Poonam Patilemail@example.com||NAL, Bangalore.||2015|
|19||Imaad Quadri||9164078517||9164078517||Senior Executive, Insolare Energy Pvt. Ltd., Bangalore||2015|
|20||Vinayak Patilfirstname.lastname@example.org||Entrepreneur, Belagavi||2015|
|21||Akshay Joshiemail@example.com||Engineer, L&T Technology Services Ltd., Bangalore, Karnataka||2016|
|22||Rajesh Narigondfirstname.lastname@example.org||Senior Engineer-System Integration (Smart Proucts and Services), L&T Technology Services Ltd.,||2016|
|24||Shradha Sutaremail@example.com||Estimate Engineer(Electrical), Vijay Electricals, Belgaum||2016|
|25||Chetan Malagifirstname.lastname@example.org||Maintenance and Service Engineer, SVT, Belagavi||2016|
|26||Pandurang Mohiteemail@example.com||Sankalp Semiconductors Pvt. Ltd., Hubballi, Karnataka||2017|
|27||Praveen Sutagattifirstname.lastname@example.org||Analog Layout Engineer, Karmic Design Private Ltd., Udupi, Karnataka||2017|
|28||Nagabhushan Bhatemail@example.com||Trainee Software Engineer QA, Girmiti Software||2017|
|29||Roopa Patilfirstname.lastname@example.org||Software Trainee, Kou Chan Technologies Private Limited, Bangalore||2017|
|30||Mallikarjun Kalasannavaremail@example.com||Engineer- HPML-Moulding, Ashok Iron Works, Belgaum||2017|
|31||Snehal Dandavatifirstname.lastname@example.org||Project Manager, Frontline Electronics Ltd., Pune||2018|
|32||Soumya B. Marigoudaremail@example.com||OG Healthcare, Bengaluru||2018|
|33||Rahul Guravfirstname.lastname@example.org||Software Engineer, GL Communications Inc.,||2018|
|34||Shifa Madiwaleemail@example.com||Associate Test Engineer, TestYantra, Bangalore||2018|
|35||Shrinivas Dolekarfirstname.lastname@example.org||Shanti Foumach Private Limited, Udyambag, Belagavi||2018|
|36||Abhishek Dandavati||9113914716||Abhishek.email@example.com||Junior Service Engineer-G1, Kirloskar Oil Engineers Ltd., Pune, Maharashtra||2019|
|37||Sudhir Yadarfirstname.lastname@example.org||Project Engineer, Trident Landmark, Belagavi||2019|
|38||Veena Hiremathemail@example.com||Engineer, Space Systems (Bengaluru), Ananth Technologies, Bengaluru.||2019|
|39||Rachana Hanamantfirstname.lastname@example.org||Prabhu Engineering Works, Kudgi Super Thermal Power Project||2019|
|40||Sneha Sudi||99868 email@example.com||Application Development Associate,Accenture, Bangalore||2019|
Add on Courses
|#||Course Name||Objectives||Scope||Hardware/Software Required||Aproximate cost||Faculty Name|
|01||Design of Earth Mat for High Voltage Substation||
||Course is primarily concerned with outdoor ac substation, either conventional or gas-insulated. These include distribution, transmission and generating plant Substation.The intent of this course is to provide guidance and information pertinent to safe grounding practices in ac substation design.||CYMGRID||Rs 9,00,000/-||Prof Chetan Kudale|
|02||Electrical Panel Designing||
||Electrical control panel designing are center for all industrial automation projects and represent a important element in proper working of the systems||Hardware: Electrical components are required software: autocad||Rs 60,000/-||Prof Basavaraj Hugar|
|03||Electrical Vehicle Technology||To understand the new technology of battery operated electric vehicles to replace conventional IC engine.||The ever increasing prices of petroleum products and serious environmental pollution problems have accelerated the development of non-polluting electric and hybrid vehicles during last few decades. The new technology of battery operated electric vehicles is likely to +replace conventional IC engine automobile technology soon.||Hardware : Chesis, Battery, Parts of vehicles Software: MATLAB||Rs 1,00,000/-||Prof Mallikarjun B|
|04||Development of IoT Applications in Electrical Engineering||
||Internet of Things has emerged as a leading technology around the world. It has gained a lot of popularity in lesser time. Also, the advancements in Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning have made the automation of IoT devices easy. Basically, AI and ML programs are combined with IoT devices to give them proper automation. Due to this, IoT has also expanded its area of application in various sectors. Here, in this section, we will discuss the applications and the future scope of IoT in healthcare, automotive, and agriculture industries.||Hardware:Boards ,acessories||Rs 10,000||Prof . Pasala Naresh|
|05||C sharp programming for Unity||To develop learning tools using virtual reality with Unity software.||Development of virtual Basic Electrical lab / training||Hardware VR Device||Rs 40000||Dr Supanna.Shirguppe|
|06||Python basics||Basic knowledge about programming using Python||Python supports multiple programs Chosen Language for Artificial, machine language expert||IDE||0||Prof Manjula Biradar|
|07||SCADA Management||*Monitoring : Continuous monitoring of the parameters of voltage ,current, etc.. Measurement: Measurement of variables for processing.
Data Acquisition: Frequent acquisition of data from RTUs and Data Loggers /Phasor data Concentrators(PDC).
Data Communication: Transmission andreceiving of large amounts of data from field to control centre’s.
Control: Online real time control for closed loop and open loop processes.
||Software : Elipse Hardware : PLC||Rs 1000000||Prof. Shrivatsav M|
|08||Design of DC Power supply||
||* To implement power supply for control applications||Software- PSPPICE||RS 2,00,000/-||Prof.Sharnabasav Marihal|
List of Webinars/Workshop/Competitions Conducted
|Sl. No||Date||Topic||Resource Person Name & Designation||Webinar Posters|
|01.||21-04-2020||Power System Studies and Opportunities in Power Sector||Dr. Sanjeev Kumar R.A, Asst.Prof, PDA College of Engineering, Gulabarga|
|02.||09-05-2020||Earthing and Earth Mat||Mr. Raghavendra V, Asst. Executive Engg(Ele), HESCOM, Hubballi|
|03.||16-05-2020||Wind Systems and EMC||Mr. Aravind D, EMI/EMC Engg, Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy|
|04.||15-05-2020||Role of Front End Design in VLSI||Dr. Satish S. Bhairannawar, Professor, Dept of ECE, SDMCET, Dharawad, Founder and CEO, Crofting Technologies|
|05.||23-05-2020||Design of Electrical Vehicles||Mr. Rakesh Tapaskar, Asst. Prof, KLE Technological University, Hubballi|
|06.||30-05-2020||Power System Protection||Prof. Pasala Naresh,Asst. Prof, SGBT, Belagavi|
|07.||15-07-2020||Power System Grid Operation and Challenges||Dr. Chandrashekar Reddy Atla,Principal Engineer PRDC, Bangalore|
|08.||29-08-2020||Career opportunity in upcoming electric vehicles||Mr. Ravishankar Korgal, Technical Advisor at Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Internaltionale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH|
|09.||12-09-2020||How to Crack GATE and Other Competitive Exams in First Attempt||Mr. Ramesh,Senior Faculty, ACE Engineering Academy, Hyderabad|
|10.||15-09-2020||Role of Engineers towards Sustainable Development of Nation||Dr. Harish Hande,CEO, SELCO Foundation, Bangalore|
|11.||03-10-2020||Growing Energy Demands of INDIA||Pavan Kumar Pillalamarri,Market Intelligence Leader, South Asia, General Electric, Bangalore|
|12.||10-10-2020||Significance of BLDC Motors in Industries||Mr. V. M. Bellad,Executive Director, Rajamane Industries Pvt Ltd|
|13.||14-11-2020||Simulation tools for Electronic Circuit Design||Prof. Sharanbasav I. Marihal, Assistant Professor, Dept of EEE, SGBIT, Belagavi|
|14.||30-12-2020||KGTTI Training and Career Opportunities||Mr. Chandrashekar P, Senior Engineer and In charge Manager, KGTTI, Hubballi|
|Three Days Online Workshop On Electrical Simulation Studies Using Modern Tools|
|National Level Online Project Competition for Circuit Branches, Engineering and Diploma|
|One week workshop on “Design and Development of IOT Applications”|
1. VTU e-learning Resource Center - http://nptel.vtu.ac.in/econtent/
2. NPTEL- https://nptel.ac.in/resources.html
3. NPTEL Online Videos, Courses, IIT Video Lectures - http://www.nptelvideos.in/
4. Swayam -Free Online Education - https://swayam.gov.in/NPTEL
5. MITOPEN COURSEWARE - https://ocw.mit.edu/index.htm
6. Virtual Labs: An Initiative of Ministry of Human Resource Development under the National Mission on Education through ICT - http://www.vlab.co.in/broad-area-electronics-and-communications
7. IIT Bombay Virtual Lab- http://vlabs.iitb.ac.in/vlab/
8. Amrita Vishwa Vidyapeetham Virtual Lab – https://vlab.amrita.edu/
9. IIT Kanpur- Virtual Labs - https://www.iitk.ac.in/mimt_lab/vlab/index.php