Electrical Engineering

The Department started B.E. program in Electrical Engineering in 1997. It is envisaged to prepare Electrical Engineering graduates with adequate information on large-scale systems simulation and analysis tools, design capabilities and conceptual background for handling industrial process, embedded instrumentation and control strategies. The department, well equipped with the latest technical infrastructure, advanced lab facilities, simulation & synthesis tools, emphasizes upon various core courses and research oriented projects to provide the best of technical education. The department has introduced specialized subjects like Power Plant Engineering to meet the present industrial demands.

The Department has also started PG course in Power Electronics & Drives. The department is offering doctoral courses under the guidance of highly qualified, experienced and dedicated faculty to provide both classroom teaching and practical instructions.

The Department has qualified and experienced faculty in all the related fields of Electrical Engineering viz. Electrical Power System, Electrical Machines, Control, Instrumentation, Microprocessors, Power Electronics and Digital Signal Processing. The theoretical knowledge is further supplemented by well equipped laboratories. There is widespread interaction between the Electrical Engineering Department and various other departments like Electronics Engineering and Computer Science and Engineering in the field of teaching and research.

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To produce globally competent professionals addressing the challenges in the field of Electrical Engineering for the Sustainable Socio-Economic Development.


  • Build a strong research and teaching-learning environment that responds swiftly to the challenges of electrical engineering.
  • To provide best facilities, infrastructure and conducive environment to the students, researchers and faculty members for the high quality education and research in the field of Electrical Engineering.
  • To provide quality education in the theoretical and practical domains of Electrical Engineering for solving the real-world problems and thus amplifying their potential to succeed and contribute to the society.


  • Preparation: To prepare students to succeed in industry and to provide necessary platform to pursue academics, keeping pace with global standards.
  • Core Competency: To provide standards with strong foundation in mathematical, applied physics and core areas of electrical engineering required to solve engineering problems and also to pursue higher studies.
  • Breadth: To train the students in practical / application aspects of engineering through various laboratories, industrial training so as to comprehend, analyse, design novel products or provide solutions to the real life problems in electrical industry. To encourage pursuit of research & development.
  • Professionalism: To provide exposure broader social /industry/academic contest through multi disciplinary courses. To inculcate in student professional and ethical attitude, effective communication skill, team work through activities like seminars, group discussions, colloquia, etc.,
  • Learning Environment:To provide suitable academic ambiance and motivate in students’ self-study and life-long learning to fulfil the demands of their professional and research pursuit.


  • Engineering Knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
  • Problem Analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyse complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusion using first principles of mathematics, sciences, and engineering sciences.
  • Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
  • Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
  • Modern tool usage: Create, select, and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools including prediction and modelling to complex engineering activities with an understanding of the limitations.
  • The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
  • Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need of sustainable development.
  • Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of engineering practice.
  • Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
  • Communication: Communicate effectively in complex engineering activities with the engineering community and with society at large, such as, being able to comprehend and write effective reports and design documentation, make effective presentations, and give and receive clear instructions.
  • Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
  • Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.


  • Graduates will demonstrate their knowledge in analysis, synthesis and design in the field of Electrical Engineering industrial needs.
  • Graduates will pursue higher studies and research in areas of Renewable Energy and smart systems.

Curricula and Syllabi

Department Faculty

Head of Department
Associate Professor
Assistant Professor

Laboratory Facilities

  1. Kirchhoff Voltage Law Kit
  2. Kirchhoff Current Law Kit
  3. Norton Theorem Kit
  4. Thevenin Theorem and Maximum Power Transfer Theorem Kit
  5. Series and Parallel Resonance Kit
  6. Capacitor Charging and Discharging Kit
  7. 1-phase Power calculation using the Wattmeter method
  8. Speed reversal of 3-phase Induction Motor
  9. Voltmeter
  10. Ammeter
  11. Wattmeter
  1. Maximum power transfer and superposition theorem Kit
  2. Thevenin and Norton theorems Kit.
  3. Tellegen theorem Kit
  4. Series resonance and parallel resonance Kit
  5. Kit for RLC series, RC, and RL circuit with step voltage input
  6. Z and Y parameters Kit
  7. ‘h’ and ABCD parameters Kit
  8. Two-port ladder network Kit
  9. T and ∏ networks Kit
  10. Filters Kit
  1. Single-phase Transformer
  2. DC Generator
  3. DC Motor
  4. Single Phase Induction motor
  1. Three phase Synchronous Generator
  2. Three Phase Synchronous Motor
  3. Three phase Induction Motor
  1. Digital Trainer Kit
  2. Bread-board Kit for the implementation of flip flops, counters, registers, and GATES
  3. Transfer characteristic Kit of TTL inverters & TTL Schmitt Trigger inverter.
  4. Transfer characteristics Kit of CMOS inverters series and CD40 series and
  5. Kit of Gate delay of CD40 series CMOS inverter.
  6. Mono-shot multi-vibrators Kit using 74121 and 74123.
  7. Clock circuit realization Kit using 555, CMOS inverter, and quartz crystal.
  8. Demultiplexer / Decoder Kit using IC-74138.
  9. Output verification Kit of A/D and D/A converters.
  1. 8051 Microcontroller Trainer Kit
  2. QWERTY Keyboard
  1. PID controller
  3. PID controller Model process
  4. Temperature Controller Trainer
  5. Compensating design
  6. Dc position control system
  7. Ac motor position control system
  8. Synchro transmitter-receiver
  9. Speed-torque characteristics of ac servo motor
  10. Speed-torque characteristics of dc servo motor
  11. Servo stabilizer
  12. Stepper Motor Trainer

Arduino IDE-based experiments

  • Turns ON an LED for one second, then off for one second, repeatedly.
  • Read an analog input on pin 0, converts it to voltage, and prints the result to the Serial Monitor.
  • Read repeatedly from an analog input, calculating a running average and printing it to the computer. Keeps ten readings in an array and continually averages them.
  • Study of if () statements. Read the state of a potentiometer (an analog input) and turns on an LED only if the potentiometer goes above a certain threshold level. Print the analog value regardless of the level.
  • Interfacing Gyroscope and Accelerometer [Inertial measurement unit (IMU) sensor- GY521]
  • Interfacing Temperature and Humidity sensor modules [DHT11]
  • Interfacing Force sensitive resistor (FSR) sensors
  • Interfacing Digital Servo Motor
  • Interfacing Flex Sensor
  • Interfacing IR Sensor Module
  • Interfacing Ultrasonic Distance Sensor Module
  • Interfacing Strain Gauge


  1. Simulation experiments [Proteus]
  • Design a simple Switch and LED circuit simulation in Proteus.
  • Design a ±5 V regulated power supply
  • Design a logic gates simulation circuit in Proteus.
  • Design the Op-amp based inverting amplifier with a gain 10 and test the result.
  • Design a simple Low pass and high pass filter in Proteus and test its frequency response.
  • See the response of experiments performed in section A on Proteus Software.


  1. On Board (Bread Board) experiments
  • All experiments mentioned in A and B sections.


  1. Printed Circuit Board (PCB) design experiments
  • Design a PCB for ±5 V regulated power supply using EasyEDA/ Eagle/ Altium/ KiCAD / Multisim/ OrCAD software.
  • Design a PCB for Op-amp based inverting amplifier with a variable gain.
  1. Ferranti Effect Kit
  2. Radial Distribution System Kit
  3. Ring Main Distribution System Kit
  4. String Efficiency Kit
  5. Single Layer and Three Layer Potential Measurement Kit
  6. Fault Analysis Kit
  1. Instantaneous Relay Kit
  2. IDMT Relay Kit
  3. Under Voltage Relay Kit
  4. Over Voltage Relay Kit
  5. Over Current Relay Kit
  6. Thermal Relay Kit
  7. Earth Fault Relay Kit
  8. Percentage Differential Relay Kit
  1. SCR characteristics Kit
  2. Single phase rectifier Kit
  3. Four quadrant Chopper Kit
  4. triggering of SCR, TRIAC, IGBT, MOSFET Kit
  5. Bridge Inverter Kit
  6. Buck Converter Kit
  7. Boost Converter Kit
  8. Phase controller Kit
  1. DC motor
  2. Single-phase fully controlled bridge converter
  3. Single-phase half-controlled bridge converter
  4. Single-phase dual converter (Static Ward- Leonard Control)
  5. DC Chopper
  6. Single-phase ac voltage controller
  7. Three phase ac voltage controller
  8. Three-phase current source inverter.
  9. Three-phase voltage source inverter.
  10. Three-phase slip ring induction motor
  1. Wind Energy Emulator
  2. Solar PV Emulator
  3. Fuel Cell Characteristics Set up
  1. PC-23
  2. Mat Lab
  3. LabView
  4. ED Sim51

Academic Activities

G.B. Pant Institute of Engineering & Technology, Pauri Garhwal

Dept. of Electrical Engineering

 S. No.

Academic Year

 Title of FDP




1.     Short Term Course(STC) on “Recent Trends in Renewable Energy,” held from 26th November 2019 to 30th November 2019, EE DEPT. GBPIET, PAURI. 26th November 2019 to 30th November 2019

 1 Week

2.     TEQIP-III/ NPIU SPONSORED, One-day workshop on “Review of Available SWAYAM/ NPTEL/ MOOCS Courses in Electrical Engineering”. EE DEPT. GBPIET, PAURI. December 14, 2019 (one day).


3.     TEQIP-III/ NPIU SPONSORED, One-day workshop on “Review of Available SWAYAM/ NPTEL/ MOOCS Courses in Electrical Engineering”. EE DEPT. GBPIET, PAURI. December 24, 2019 (one day)




1.     MATLAB, V-LAB & APPLICATIONS in Electrical Engineering, Augustr 17-28, 2020

2 Week

2.     Online 2 Week FDP on “Techno-Economical and Environmental Aspects of Electrical Energy Systems for Sustainable Development,” 7th to 18th September, 2020.

2 week


3.     Technological Innovations and Challenges in Bio-Medical Instrumentation, Nov. 23 to 27, 2020




Being Planned in May-June 2023