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Electrical & Electronics Engineering
Electrical & Electronics Engineering is one of the most important core engineering fields. It is playing crucial role in advancement of the science and technology towards economical, industrial, medical, environmental, aerospace, deep space and natural resources development. The department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering at HKBK is continuously dedicated in imparting the knowledge to students, ever since its induction into the college academics from year 2002.
The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering is focusing on training the students to take up the new challenges in the field of Electrical & Electronics Engineering and to improve the quality of education. The department is spread in 10,000 sft and has eleven well-equipped laboratories as per the requirement of VTU. The various labs include Analog Electronics lab, Digital Electronics lab, Power Electronics lab, Microcontrollers lab, DC Machines lab, Synchronous Machines lab, Circuit Simulation and Measurement lab, Transformers and Induction Machines lab, Control Systems lab, Power System Simulation lab and Relay & High-Voltage lab. The department has a Project lab to facilitate the students to work on their project in the final semester.
The Department is headed by Dr.A.A.Powly Thomas, Ph.D (IISc, Bangalore) who has 21 years of experience in teaching as well as in research. The Department has twelve highly qualified dedicated faculty members who are all post graduates from reputed institutions with industrial experience, capable of nurturing and guiding the students with knowledge and skills required to handle challenges of the industry requirement and advance technological development. Our faculty updates their knowledge by referring to journals, attending workshops and conferences. The course of teaching involves class room discussions, laboratory experimentation, seminars and also they encourage students to do mini projects and present technical papers, technical seminars, group discussions etc. to enrich the students with sound technical knowledge.