" The department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering (E&EE), is one of the three branches of Diploma Engineering started at CCCT in the year 2005. At present , there are five M. Tech faculties specialized in various fields of Electrical & Electronics Engineering. About 20 research papers have been published by the E & EE faculty and student till date in various international journals and conferences. Apart from the Diploma Course in E&E Engg., the department also offers an short term courses on various topics. The department is recognized as a research centre by the Power and Energy Department , Government of Sikkim for the execution of Suryamitra Project. These projects are being guided by the professional society. The department has a large number of highly qualified and experienced faculties. The department has received so far the total amount of about Rs. 45 Lakhs from various Governement funding agencies. The department has excellent laboratory and well equipped computer center facilities which are useful to the students, research scholars as well as for industrial consultancy work."
"To build a department of global repute for providing technical ability and professional skills in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering"
M1:To transform young minds into productive Electrical engineers using technical knowledge and professional skills through contemporary curriculum and effective learning system with continuous evaluation.
M2: To provide students exposure to modern engineering tools and innovative projects to become globally competent Electrical engineers embedded with ethical values and leadership capabilities.
M3: To serve the people of state and nation by providing quality education with co-curricular and extracurricular activities to students for all round development.
PEO-1: Estimate and perform domestic and micro industrial wiring; assist in operating, maintaining, testing and commissioning of electrical generation, transmission and distribution system and to use modern electrical and electronic engineering tools.
PEO-2: Work in interdisciplinary projects with a sound foundation of mathematics and scientific subjects, required for a clear understanding of Engineering as a whole and to encourage students for placement or higher studies.
PEO-3:Understand the values of life-long learning embedded with professional ethics, effective communication skills, moral values and social concern guided by the principles of sustainable development and global interconnectedness and understand how engineering projects affect society and the environment.
PSO describes what students should know and be able to do at the end of the programme. The PSO’s of Diploma in Electrical and Electronics Engineering are as listed below:
PSO1: Success in electrical engineering areas.
PSO2: Excel in professional ethics and leadership qualities.
PSO3: Succeed in multi-disciplinary and diverse fields.
PSO4: Continue advanced education.
PO1: Ability to apply knowledge of basic mathematics, science and engineering.
PO2: Ability to design and conduct experiments, as well as to analyze data.
PO3: Ability to identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.
PO4: Understanding of professional and ethical responsibility.
PO5: Ability to communicate effectively in both verbal and written form.
PO6: Broad education necessary to understand the impact of engineering solutions in global, economic, environmental and societal context.
PO7: Ability to develop confidence for self education and understand the value of life-long learning.
PO8: Ability to visualize and work on multi disciplinary tasks, team work.
PO9: Ability to use the techniques, skills and modern engineering tools necessary for engineering practice.
PO10: Knowledge of contemporary issue to undertake innovative projects.
Director of Technical Education, Government of Sikkim, has requested National Institute of Technical Teachers' Training and Research (NITTTR), Kolkata for revising the existing curricula of Electrical & Electronics Engineering for Centre for Computers & Communication Technology (CCCT), Sikkim.
To carry out the above mentioned task, Curriculum Development Centre of the Institute has conducted a series of workshops involving experts in different subject areas for revision of complete course structure and content details of all the semesters of Electrical & Electronics Engineering. An effort has also been made to ensure that the schemes of studies and evaluation of the revised curricula do not deviate significantly from the existing curricula and at the same time reflect the recent requirements of technical education and trends in a particular subject area.
Developed By: NITTTR, Kolkata
Year of implementation: July-2015
|First Year||Second Year||Third Year|
|FIRST SEMESTER||THIRD SEMESTER||FIFTH SEMESTER|
|Communication Skill-I||Communication Skill-I||Electrical
|Micro Controller||Micro Controller|
|Electrical Power System-II|
|Physics - I||Physics - I||Analog Circuits-I||Analog Circuits-I||Switchgear and Protection|
|Chemistry - I||Chemistry - I||Digital
|Linear Control System||Linear Control System|
|Engineering Drawing - I||Electrical
|Workshop Practice - I||Applied
|Electrical Engineering Drawing using CAD|
|Basics of Electrical & Electronics Engineering-I||Basics of Electrical & Electronics Engineering-I||Development of
|Electrical Engineering Workshop|
|Development of Life Skill-I||Professional
|Application of Software in Electrical Engineering|
|SECOND SEMESTER||FOURTH SEMESTER||SIXTH SEMESTER|
|Communication Skill-II||Communication Skill-II||Electrical
|PLC and Robotics||PLC and Robotics|
|Electrical Drives and Traction|
|Physics - II||Physics - II||Electrical
|Chemistry - II||Chemistry - II||Microprocessor||Microprocessor||Principle of Management|
|Engineering Drawing - II||Electrical
|Installation and Maintenance of Electrical and Electronics Equipment|
|Professional Practice (Major Project)|
|Basics of Electrical & Electronics Engineering-II||Basics of Electrical & Electronics Engineering-II||PCB design and
|Computer Fundamentals & C-Programming||Computer Fundamentals & C-Programming||Professional
|Professional Practices - I|
|Designation||Qualification||Years of Join||Phone no||Photo|
|Mukesh Kumar Sharma||Sr. Lecturer / HOD||B.E, M.Techemail@example.com|
Specialization: Power Electronics
|Tashi Rapden Wangchuk||Sr. Lecturer (Selection Grade)||B.E, M.Techfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Specialization: Power System
|Mrs. Shristi Shrestha||Sr. Lecturer||B.Tech, M. Techemail@example.com|
|Mrs. Nima Donka||Lecturer||B. Tech, M.Techfirstname.lastname@example.org|
Specialization: Digital Electronics
|Mr. Tenzing Sherpa||Lecturer||B. Tech, M.Techemail@example.com|
Specialization: Power System
|Mr. Rajesh Baraily||Lab Instructor||Diplomafirstname.lastname@example.org|
Specialization: Electrical Machines
|Mr. Karma Gyatsho Bhutia||Lab Instructor||Diplomaemail@example.com|
|Mr. Rinku Bhutia||Lab Instructor||Diplomafirstname.lastname@example.org|
Specialization: Power Electronics
|Ms. Joyce Dayal Rai||Lab Instructor||Diplomaemail@example.com|
Specialization: PCB, Auto CADs
Faculty Publication Details:
|Sl. No.||Authors||Paper NAme||ISBN/ISSN NO|
|1||Shristhi Shrestha||Performance Evaluation of a Solar Still Integrated with a Greenhouse||ISSN: 2231-5381|
|2||Tashi Rapden Wangchuk||Shunt Fault Analysis of wind & PV connected DC Shunt Hybrid Energy System||IJIFR/V2/E5/021 page No. 1259-1269|
|3||Nima Donka Tamang||A Review on Spread Spectrum Radar (Springer Singapore)||https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-10-4765-7|
|4||Nima Donka Tamang||Assessment of Pulse Droppler Radar and Digital Beamforming Radar||Springer International|
|5||Nima Donka Tamang||Assessment of Digital Beamforming Radar (DBF) and Spread Spectrum Digital Beamforming Radar (SSDBF)||IEEE Digital Library, INDICON, 2017|
|6||Tenzing Sherpa||Shunt Fault Analysis of wind & PV connected DC Shunt Hybrid Energy System||IJIFR/V2/E5/021 Page No. 1259-1269|
Completion of course:
|Year||Total appeared||Distinction||First Class||Second class||Not completed|
|Number of Students Placed||Placement||Brief|
|2008||Power Grid, HCL, Scientech, Scientific|
|2015||20||Hitachi, Step,Macleoid Pharma,STEP,Hitachi,SMIT,SIBIN|
|2016||8||Kanchenjunga Distilleries, YPT Technologies, C Infinite Technologies Ltd|
|2017||15||Banco India,Grifeo Technologies,Taraspan Solutions Pvt Ltd|
June 2018 Examination Toppers:
|2nd||Pawan k Chettri||8.65|
|2nd||Nayan Kr. Sinha||6.57|
|Hobby Club||Repair and maintenance of electrical and electronics equipments||Tashi Rapden Wangchuk, Mukesh Kumar Sharma|
The lists of e-books are as follows:
|Sl.||No. PUB-EAN/ISBN||Title||Authors||Publisher/Imprint||Pub. Yr|
|1.||9788131753170||Electric Power Transmission & Distribution||Sivanagaraju||Pearson India||2008|
|2.||9788131776025||Electrical Machines||Ghosh||Pearson India||2012|
|3.||9789332510784||Basic Electrical and Electronics Engineering: For WBUT||Bhattacharya||Pearson India||2010|
|4.||9789332514102||Electric Circuit Analysis||Kumar||Pearson India||2013|
|9789332544758||Control Systems Engineering||Salivahnan||Pearson India||2015|
|6.||9788131798959||Power Systems-I: For JNTUK||Sivangaraju||Pearson India||2011|
|7.||9789332506152||Control Systems : Theory and Applications||Ghosh||Pearson India||2007|
|8.||9788131798973||Microprocessors and Microcontrollers: For JNTU||Das||Pearson India||2011|
|9.||9789332500792||Electronic Measurements and Instrumentation||Kishore||Pearson India||2009|
|10.||9780273785149||Power Electronics: Devices, Circuits, and Applications, International Edition, 4/e||Rashid||Pearson India||2014|
The lists of e-journals are as follows:
|Sl.||Title||Publisher/Imprint||Year of Subscriptio|
|1.||Journals of Power Electronics and Power Systems||STM e-journals, Noida||2012|
|2.||Recent Trends in Electrical Engineering||STM e-journals, Noida||2012|
|3.||Journal of VLSI Design and Technology||STM e-journals, Noida||2016|
|4.||Journal of Solid State Electronics & Devices||STM e-journals, Noida||2016|
Electrical Machines Laboratory
PLC and Robotics Laboratory
Power Electronics Laboratory
Electrical Measurement and Circuits Laboratory
Control Systems Laboratory