Department of Electrical Engineering

Innovative Teaching Learning

 Innovative Teaching Learning ​​

Class Room

Pre assignments:

To create awareness and focus about the topic under study.

Post assignments:

Exposure to latest trends and Enhance application knowledge..

Applications, equipment's specification / components /cut sections.

Bridge gap between curriculum and recent developments:

Industrial practices and glimpses of recent developments. IS codes, IEEE and IEC standards, IPR and patents. Content beyond curriculum.

ICT Facilities:

LCD Projector (10), Computer (156), Net connectivity (240Mbps), Smart TV (1) , Interactive Board (1).

Industrial Visits:

Industrial Visit for each course and report writing including details of Industrial processes.


  • Define, select, specify, design, test, implement, troubleshoot and operate the circuits/equipments/Electrical systems.
  • Understand, read, draw Legends / symbols of various components and wiring diagrams.
  • Understanding and Practice Safety procedures / practices while working on electrical installations / systems.
  • Apply causes - effect relationship to enhance application knowledge.
  • Know applications of the experiment in professional field.
  • Develop small models /experiments / display boards to enhance self and active learning.
  • Enhance skill sets to work on electrical installations / systems.
  • Study of importance of maintenance philosophy and practices.
  • Get acquainted with tools and tackles required to work on electrical installation.


  • Webinars.
  • Educational Apps.
  • SWAYAM, NPTEL Courses, Intershala.

Flip Classroom

  • Pre-assignments
  • Video Lectures before coming to college

Project Based

Micro, Mini & Major Projects based on subject and participation in project competition.

MOOC's/ Course Module

Name of Faculty Course Link
Dr. Ravindra Munje

Course Module on Power Electronics

Ganesh Jadhav
MOOC's : Analog and Digital Electronics, Power System-II
Sadik Shaik
MOOC's : An Audit Course on Solar Thermal System
Nayana Jangle
Course Module's : DIGITAL logic simplification using Quine-McCluskey Method