Department Profile

The Electrical and Electronics Engineering Department established in the year 2008, with an intake of 60 students and subsequently enhanced to 120 in the year 2010 for B.Tech Programme. The Department also offers M.Tech Programme with Specialization in Power Electronics from the academic year 2012 with an intake of 18. The Department has been well structured, in terms of experienced staff and state of the art laboratory facilities.

Aim of the Department

  • To Give the Students real time experience and help them learn the true functional elements of ELECTRICAL & ELECTRONICS.
  • To Give them adequate hands-on experience through laboratory work, seminars/workshops etc.
  • To Give an extra mileage to the students by training them on software design and hard-ware software integration so as to create more space for them in the job market.

Head of the Department


M.Tech, Ph.D

HoD, Dept. of EEE

Dr. SUBRAMANYA SARMA S is a Professor of ELECTRICAL AND ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING has been a full-time faculty member since 2008. He is currently holding the position of Dean Academics at RAMACHANDRA COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING (AUTONOMOUS), ELURU and is also a member of the Board of Governance of RCE. He is a unique amalgam of academics and research. He has professional experience of close to two decades. He earned his B.Tech in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Hyderabad, his M.Tech in Electrical Power Systems from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Anantapur, and his Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Jawaharlal Nehru Technological University, Anantapur. He is pursuing his Post Doctoral Fellowship at CCU, South Africa. He served as Head of EEE department at RCE till August, 2022. He has published 32 research articles in national and international journals of repute, In relation to his research areas. His research interests include distributed generation, reliability, renewable energy sources, Internet of Things (IoT), artificial intelligence, and optimization techniques. He was awarded with best paper at the International Conference on Electrical Engineering, which was held at Gitam University, Visakhapatnam. He is a reviewer for the Taylor & Francis Publications' Electric Power Components and Systems Journal. He is the editorial member for International Journal of Modern Trends in Science and Technology (IJMTST) (ISSN:2455-3778) and Iterative International Publishers. He awarded as Best Faculty by the Ramachandra College of Engineering, Eluru. At his current working institute, he has chaired and organised 20 FDPs, 30 workshops, and 30 guest lectures. He is an ISTE Professional Body Life Member. He gave lectures in several colleges in Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. He is the recipient of YOUNG RESEARCHER award and YOUNG SCIENTIST AWARD. He authored 3 Text books related to ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Total 3 Patents are under his credit. He is a Fellow of IIET.


To impart and empower the rural youth with excellent value based technical education, leadership qualities with a focus on higher education and transform them as successful professionals with research and entrepreneurial skills to cater the requirements of various stakeholders of the society.


To yield qualified technocrats through state-of-art infrastructure in Electrical and Electronics Engineering. To acquire, incubate and sustain the professional learning process by collaborating with core sectors and R&D laboratories and to awake young minds with human values and professional ethics to face the ever changing and challenging global environment with leadership capabilities.


PEO 1: Apply, analysis, design, optimization and implementation skills in order to formulate and solve Electrical and Electronics Engineering and multidisciplinary problems.
PEO 2: Take up higher studies, research & development and other creative efforts in science & technology by utilizing modern engineering tools and software.
PEO 3: Use their skills in ethical & professional manner to raise the satisfaction level of stakeholders.
PEO 4: Graduates will expertise in life-long learning, effective communication skills, good leadership qualities, and professional development to accomplish the requirements of rapidly changing work environment.
PEO 5: Utilize formal and casual learning opportunities to maintain and upgrade technical and professional growth.

PEO 1: Design and implement innovative engineering industrial products and services in the regime of power electronics and drives.
PEO 2: To produce well trained post graduates in the domain of power electronics and electrical drives, and ensure that at least 50 % of those are employable in the diversified sectors of industry, public sector or multinational corporations.
PEO 3: Inculcate research attitude and lifelong learning among postgraduates.
PEO 4: Accomplish intellectual leadership with professional ethics to cope with changing technological needs of industry and society.

PSO 1 : To explore the conceptual knowledge and ideas for their professional development and to secure employment in the electric power related public and core industries.
PSO 2 : To be able to utilize the scientific theories, innovations and methodologies to gain sufficient competences for solving the current and future energy problems universally.

PSO 1 : Develop the ability to explore, analyze and decipher complex engineering problems in power electronics and electrical drives industries.
PSO 2 : Introduce and improvise the ability to apply project management techniques to electrical and electronics systems.