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Electrical & Electronics Engineering


“The world thrives on Electrical Energy”
“To be an Electrical Engineer is Most Interesting, Responsible and Serving the community”

Vision of the Department

To nurture world class Electrical and Electronics Engineers contributing to the society at large with emphasis on clean energy.

Mission of the Department

  • Create professionally competent graduates by providing resourceful environment through innovations, industrial and societal interactions.
  • Inculcate the spirit of inquiry, entrepreneurial skills, ethical values and team work among graduates.

Programme Educational Objectives

The Educational Objectives of Electrical and Electronics
Program represent major accomplishments that we expect from our graduates to have achieved three to five years after graduation. More specifically our graduates are expected:
1. To excel in industry and academics in electrical and allied domains.
2. To pursue careers in multi-disciplinary areas conforming to ethical values and environment friendly policies.
3. To inculcate team work and foster the ability to relate electrical engineering solutions for social benefits.
4. To become successful innovators and entrepreneurs through life-long learning.




Apply mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals and an engineering specialization to the conceptualization of engineering models


Identify, formulate, review research literature and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences and engineering sciences


Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design systems, components or processes that meet specified needs with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal and environmental considerations


Conduct investigations of complex problems including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of information to provide valid conclusions


Create, select and apply appropriate techniques, resources, and modern engineering and IT tools, including prediction and modeling to complex engineering activities, with an understanding of the limitations


Demonstrate understanding of the societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to engineering practice


Understand the impact of engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate the knowledge of and need for sustainable development


Understand and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice


Function effectively as an individual and as a member or leader in diverse teams and in multi-disciplinary settings


Communicate effectively on 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


Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of engineering and management principles to manage projects effectively in multidisciplinary environments as a member or leader of a team


Recognize the need for and have the ability to engage in independent and life-long learning




On successful completion of the program, the graduates are able to


Attain competence in developing, testing and implementing Electrical and Electronic systems with proper usage of software and hardware tools.


Apply theoretical concepts of power system, electric drives and control theory for  analysing and identifying solutions to tap clean energy considering the impact on society.


About the Department

Departement of Electrical and Electronics Engineering established in 1993, with an intake of 60 students for the program in Electrical & Electronics Engineering, the department now offers UG  & PG Programs in Electrical & Electronics Engineering under KTU. For the B.Tech four year course, the sanctioned intake is 66 students including 6 lateral entry students during third semester and for M.Tech Course we offer PG programe’s in Power Systems & Power Electronics with in take of 18 students.

The department is well stabilized with vibrant faculty members and well setup laboratories. Highly qualified staff and skilled supporting staff, whom are dedicated to work are strength of department. The staff members are involved day to day college activities and carries out consultancy works in electrical field with active involvement from students.

The department is honored to have a number of distinguished alumni’s who has bagged university ranks and so many alumni’s are working with NTPC, KSEB, AAI, DRDO, ISRO, Electrical Inspectrate, Railways, Civil Services and various reputed organizations in India and abroad etc. Apart from academics, the co-curricular activity of each student is well supported from the department for his overall improvement. Individual monitoring of each student is carried out by the faculty members. The department has well equipped laboratories and research facilities. It is constantly modernizing the laboratory facilities with latest technology.

The department has been actively involved in research and consultancy works in all the fields of Electrical Engineering like

  • -Testing of large capacity UPS system for various clients/ departments.
  • -Precise measurement using high quality digital instruments like Power Analyzer, Digital earth tester etc.
  • -True RMS measurements of various electrical parameters for dedicated systems
  • -Testing of street lights of various Panchayats.

The EEE department has its own department library with more than 300 titles and 20 IS(Indian Standard) codes. The department has an active association which successfully organizes technical fests and events. The EEE department was accredited by National board of accreditation (NBA).


Prof. Jayakumar M.

Associate Professor and Head of Dept

Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department

Mobile :9446463953

Email :



Sl No Name Designation Mobile number
1 Prof. Jayakumar M Associate Professor 9446463953
2 Prof,Visalakshi V Associate Professor 9400592187
3 Dr. Rajashree Raghavan Associate Professor 9447378052
4 Mrs. Baby Sindhu A.V. Assistant Professor 9037667582
5 Mrs. Sheeja V Assistant Professor 9400102570
6 Dr.Aseem K. Assistant Professor 6238893151
7 Mr. Kannan M. Assistant Professor 9847485300
8 Mrs. Sridhanya M I Assistant Professor 8089937726
9 Mr. Abhilash V Nair Assistant Professor 8113020599
10 Mr. Anish Joseph Jacob Assistant Professor 9496642749
11 Mr. Arun S Mathew Assistant Professor 9446588123


Sl No Name Designation Mobile number
1 Ms.MANJU V. First grade Instructor 9447413602
2 Sri. Deepak Sen J S  Trade InstructorGr.ll 8893443922
3 Mr.SUBHASH K. Trade Instructor Gr.II 9961991414
4 Mr. Shaiju A K Trade Instructor Gr.ll 8075315636
5 Mr. Sreenandan N Tradesman 9497884635


Prof. Jayakumar M
Associate Professor

Prof.Visalakshi V
Associate Professor

Dr. Rajashree Raghavan
Associate Professor

Mrs.. Baby Sindhu A V
Assistant Professor

Mrs. Sheeja V
Assistant Professor

Dr. Aseem K
Assistant Professor

Mr. Kannan M
Assistant Professor

Mrs. Sridhanya M I
Assistant Professor

Mr. Abhilash V Nair
Assistant Professor

Mr. Anish Joseph Jacob
Assistant Professor

Mr. Arun S Mathew
Assistant Professor

Sri. Deepak Sen J S
Trade Instructor Gr.II

Trade Instructor Gr.II









The department is well facilitated with most useful amenities. It has its own department library, browsing centre, smart seminar hall etc

Department Library

  • Total books : 520
  • IS codes : 20
  • Data manual : 37
  • Technical information CD’s : 300
  • Seminar reports : 627
  • Mini Project Reports : 102
  • Main Project Reports : 152


The department is well equipped with top class laboratories. Various laboratories provide platform for the students to learn the practical aspects of the theory they had grasped from the class rooms. More over, laboratories provide equipments for the students to materialize their project work to reality. All such works are being assisted by devoted staff members. Various laboratories that run by the EEE department are

Electrical Workshop
Electrical Machines Lab
Circuits and Measurements Lab
Electronics Circuits Lab
Power Electronics Lab
Systems and Control Lab
Simulation Lab
Power system Lab

Electrical Workshop

Electrical engineering workshop is utilised by all branches of first year students of LBS College of Engineering for Basic Electrical Engineering Workshop. We are conducting the experiments as per KTU syllabus for first year Engineering students. Mainly wiring exercises like parallel wiring, Staircase ,Godown ,Flourescent lamp wiring and Plug and socket wiring are done in this workshop. Measuring experiments like R,L,C measurements using LCR meter and single phase power measurements are conducted in this wokshop.Light distribution board demonstration is usually done here.Apart from this we are conducting consultancy works in this workshop for various government organisations. Major equipments in the workshop are bench grinder, power drilling machine, hand drilling machine, hot air blower, jigsaw cutter, soldering station,Digital earth tester,soldering station,LCR meter etc

Electrical Machines Lab

This lab is one of the oldest labs in the campus as Electrical and Electronics branch was started at the beginning of the college 25 years ago. The modernized lab having a carpet area of 2310 sqft, still keeps its vintage look. The experiments performed in this lab are Brake test on a DC shunt motor,Brake test on a DC series motor,OC and SC tests on a single phase transformer,OCC of a DC shunt generator,Load test on a single phase transformer,Swinburne’s test on a DC shunt machine,Load test on DC shunt generator,Sumpner’s test,Separation of losses in a single phase transformer,Separation of losses in a DC machine,Hopkinson’s test,Regulation of alternator by direct loading, EMF, MMF, Potier and ASA methods,Regulation of salient pole alternator using two reaction theory,Active and reactive power control in grid connected alternators,Variation of starting torque with rotor resistance and speed control in slip-ring induction motors,Brake tests on three phase squirrel cage and slip-ring induction motors,No-load and blocked rotor test on a three phase induction motor,Performance characteristics of a pole changing induction motors,V curve of a synchronous motor,Performance characteristics of an induction generator,Equivalent circuit of a single phase induction motor etc.

Circuits and Measurements Lab

The laboratory is well-equipped with instruments and equipments needed to familiarize the students with various areas of study related to measurement and calibration. The major equipments include energy meters, bridges and potentiometer circuits. The experiments are designed to reinforce and expand many concepts covered in the circuits & networks and measurements& instrumentation courses namely verification of network theorems, calibration of energy meters, measurement of power, calibration of LVDT etc. Students are also made to understand the phenomenon of hysteresis and other concepts related to metering.

Electronics Circuits Lab

This lab is intended to introduce students to the “Art of Electronics”. Students are familiarized with all the basic electronic components, its characteristics and applications. The lab is fully furnished with advanced oscilloscopes, function generators, digital multimeters, regulated power supplies, integrated circuits and a wide range of electronic kits Students perform practical sessions on P-N junction diodes, Zener diodes, rectifiers and filters, characteristics and biasing techniques of BJT and FET, amplifiers, operational amplifiers, oscillators and 555 timer. The lab is also widely used by UG students to develop and test various electronic circuits and design projects.

Power Electronics Lab

The main objective of this lab is to introduce students to the different semiconductor devices and power electronic modules. Power electronic modules are used to study the characteristic of various semiconductor devices like SCR, MOSFET and TRIAC, various triggering methods like R/RC/UJT, analysis of single phase fully controlled bridge circuit, half/full semi converter with R/RL load etc. Synthesis of waveforms of different types of inverters/converters using simulation software are done in this lab. Being the most utilized lab by both PG and UG students for project and research, the department is pledged to constantly update and upgrade the lab with the state-of-the art equipment.

Systems and Control Lab

To supplement the courses on Control Theory, the lab is well equipped with the state-of the art trainer kits and modules to enable students understand the components of an automation system. Students are also familiarized with the simulation software like MATLAB. Experiments done in this lab include the predetermination, design, realization and verification of frequency response characteristics of different compensators, analysis of P/PI/PID controllers and control system design using MATLAB control system tool box/SIMULINK

Simulation Lab

The significance of the Electrical Circuit Simulation Lab is renowned in the various fields of engineering applications. For an Electrical Engineer, it is obligatory to have the practical ideas about the Electrical Circuits and Simulation. With modern technologies, sophisticated analytical software are available that aids problem solving. Under this lab, students are fed with an opportunity to study various well established software like MATLAB, Mi-Power,PSIM etc. Most of the text book problems can be solved using the these software installed in numerous computers. More over this lab provides the foundation stone for the students to step in to their PG studies for which knowledge of these software are essential.
1. Control systems simulation studies based on MATLAB such as Time domain response analysis using MATLAB, Stability analysis using MATLAB ,Study of the effect of P,PI and PID controllers,Open loop and Closed loop speed control of DC motor using Simulink, DC moto r speed control using PID controllers using control system tool box,Design of Lag, lead and lag-lead compensators using MATLAB
2. Power Electronics circuits and Drives circuits modeling and anlaysis such as Single phase fully controlled rectifier,Three phase fully controlled rectifier,Design and simulation of buck converter,Design and simulation of boost converter,Design and simulation of buck boost converter,Simulation study of single phase to single phase cyclo converter,Pulse width modulated inverter,Simulation study of single phase ac voltage controller,Simulation study of three phase ac voltage controller,Simulation study of multilevel inverter,Simulation study of multipulse converter,Induction motor drives
3. Power system simulation studies such as Load flow analysis –Gauss Siedel Method ,Load flow analysis –Newton Raphson Method,Load flow analysis –Fast Decoupled Method,Short Circuit Analysis – Symmetrical Faults,Short Circuit Analysis – Unsymmetrical Faults,Stability analysis of power system,Automatic generation control – Single Area,Automatic generation control – Two Area

Power system Lab

Power system lab resources are High voltage Insulation tester (30kV, 30mA), IDMT over current relay (230V AC,5A), Electromechanical based IDMT over voltage relay(230V AC,110V), Earth tester (megger),Micro controller based Over voltage/Under voltage relay, Micro controller based Over current relay, Three phase over current relay, transformer oil test kit (manual and automatic) and simulation software Mipower. The lab is used for teaching Power system basics and advanced concepts.

EEE Department Library

The Electrical & Electonics engineering department library facility provides a variety of useful books exclusively for the students of the department. There is a good collection of books in the field of Control system, Power Systems, Power Electronics, Electrical Machines, Electrical Drives etc. It also contains collection of project and seminar reports useful for the students and faculty members.The number of volume is more than 600.



B.Tech Group Tutors

Each year admitted students to the department is looked after by a team of faculties who are responsible for and take care of individual students.


Semester Group Tutors

Dr. Rajashree Raghavan


Prof. Sheeja V &  Prof. SrIdhanya M I


Prof. Baby Sindhu A V &  Prof. Anish Joseph Jacob


Dr. Aseem K & Prof. Kannan M



1 Prof. Kannan Madhavan Published a paper titled  “A Combined DNN-NBEATS Architecture for State of Charge Estimation of Lithium-Ion Batteries in Electric Vehicles,” IEEE Transactions on Vehicular Technology, 72 (6), 7328-7337, June 2023. (SCIE)
2 Prof. Sheeja V Published a paper titled A non-isolated bidirectional high gain integrated multiport converter for grid tied solar PV fed telecom load.
IET Power Electronics, 2023, 16(5), pp. 828–842 (SCIE)
3 Dr. Aseem K Published a paper titled “Hybrid k-means Grasshopper Optimization Algorithm based FOPID controller with feed forward DC–DC converter for solar-wind generating system”. Journal of Ambient Intelligence and Humanized Computing (Springer)  (SCIE) 

Electric tiller project 

Muhammed Hussair  K P and Karthik K J- District level winners of Dr A PJ Abdul Kalam Memorial Energy Quiz 2022 organized by KSEBEA.

Abhishek Gopinath, Arun Remesh, Harshith C and Jeswin Thomas secured third prize in the National Energy Auditing Competition (NEAC-2022) organized by Energy Conservation Society. 

2019-2023 Abhishek Gopinath, Arun Remesh, Harshith C and Jeswin Thomas secured third prize in the National Energy Auditing Competition (NEAC-2022) organized by Energy Conservation Society. 
Muhammed Hussair  K P and Karthik K J- District level winners of Dr A PJ Abdul Kalam Memorial Energy Quiz 2022 organized by KSEBEA.
Swaraj A- member of the APJAKTU  Kabbadi team.
Nithin T A, Muhammed Hussair K.P, Aswin K T and Vignesh U received CERD funding for their project titled,” Design and Development of Motor Drive System for Electric Tiller”.
Abhishek Gopinath, Arun Remesh, Harshith C, Jeswin Thomas and Jayakumar M published an IEEE paper titled,” Energy Audit at LBS College of Engineering Kasaragod”  2023 Second International Conference on Computational Systems and Communication (ICCSC). 

Apart from academic activities, the students of EEE Dept actively participate in Co/Extra- curricular activities with excellence.

Achievements include

  • University rank holders
  • Got 1st place in Quiz competition(KSEB)
  • Paper presentation
  • Conducted/Attended technical festivals
  • Successfully attended various events of University Kalolsvasam

Placements 2023

University Rank Holders for EEE Dept.

Year Rank Student
2000 III Dwipin Chandran
2003 III Prajina V. P.
II Amritha nambiar
2008 I Sijo Paul Thomas
2009 I Maya K. N.
2012 I Shaleena mary George
III Sayooj K.M.
2013 I Mithun K
2016 I Vismaya K



The department has an active association which consistently organizes technical and non technical events. The students whom are the strength of the department are prime organizers of each event. Every two years, the department host “gnista” the national level technical fest. “gnista” has been successful in all its relevance. It unites the department and provide students a platform to identify and prove their organizing capabilities. Nom technical events like “Back to Reels” are also organized by students. “Back to Reels” is an event by which classical films are being shown once on two weeks. Quiz programs are also arranged by the students relevant to various celebrations.

28.11.22 One day Worshop on “Introduction to Arduino and Raspberry Pi”, by Kabani Tech, Shoranur, Kerala
19.02.21 One day Worshop on “Enter the Power -An Introduction to Energy Audit”, by Athul Energy Cosultants Thrissur
26.04.23 and 27.04.23 Organized an Intercollegiate Technical Festival Gnista 2.23


The Electrical and Electronics Department Association with new office bearers at its helm was inaugurated on 21 st February 2019 by Sri. Santhosh J. honorable Additional Director, High Power Lab, Central Power Research Institute, Bhopal.

The function was presided over by Prof. Rajashree Raghavan, Head of Department Electrical and Electronics Department in the presence of Principal Prof.(Dr.) Mohammad Shekoor T., who delivered special address and felicitated by
Prof. (Dr.)  raveenkumar K, Dean Academic, UG. After the inaugural function Sri Santhosh J handled the forenoon session, where elaborated the testing platforms for various electrical equipments, ratings of generators circulating short circuit
currents, difference between conventional transformers and testing transformers and testing centers in India.  In the afternoon session, two students, Akhila Sankar, S6EE and Mariam Shadra S4EE who  participated in The Professional Students Summit Kerala 2019” on 10 th February 2019  (Sunday) at Cochin University of Science and Technology (CUSAT) shared their experiences to the gathering. Mr. Abhijith E of S6EE who represented NSS unit of L.B.S College of Engineering, Kasaragod in the 70 th Republic day parade, being one among 12 students from Kerala, shared his unique experiences to the gathering.

A technical quiz was arranged to simply refresh the brains, which was overwhelming by participation from first years to final years. The function was concluded by few games which showcased the technical brilliance of students of this wonderful department.



  • From 2017 onwards we have been conducting assistant electrician course under Additional Skill Accusation Program( ASAP),Keralawith intake of 30 students.
  • Inauguration of association activites for the year 2013-2014 was inaugurated by Sri.Vijayakumar,Deputy CE,KSEB,,Kasaragod on July 2013.
  • An awareness programme with respect to IEEE was conducted on September 2013
  • A Programme on energy consercvation (save energy) was conducted on September 2013 jointly by KSEB and Dept. of EEE.
  • A Programme on electrical CADD was conducted on November 2013 by CAD centre ,Chennai. Experts from Chennai CADD centre presented the topic .
  • National Conference on Systems and Emerging Technologies(SET-2013)

    Department has initiated the National Conference on Systems and Emerging Technologies (SET) which aims to provide a platform for deliberations on new research areas and demonstration of recent systems and techniques in the broad field of electrical engineering and other emerging technologies.The set-2013 was conduted on October 7 and 8.The papers from different areas were presented .The conference was inaugurated by Sri.Sayeed Rasheed,Director,LBS Centre for Science nad Technology.Dr.Mujeeb rahman,Joint Director LBS Centre for scoece and technology deliverd the key note address.

  • Intercollegiate Technical Fest – Gnista V2.13

    Electrical association conducted intercollegiate technical fest “Gnista V2.13”.The technical fest was inaugurated by Sri.Aryadan Muhammed,Honble minster of power and transportation on 3-10-13.One of the component of progarmme aws undertaking electrification of endosulfan victims houses.The project was named “Jyothirgamaya” was inaugurated by Sri P karunakaran ,MP ,Kasaragod.Si. Kunjaramman ,MLA,Kasragod, Dr,K A Navas(principal), Sri.Sukumaaran P R,(HOD EEE), and Sri. Aseem K(APEE,Coordinator ,association activites) were present.The students from various colleges in south inda participated in the various events.

  • Jyothirgamaya

    The completion of the electrification of endosulfan victims houses were announced at the program-‘Jyothirgamaya’ .