About the Department

Started in the year 2006, the Department of Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering is running a 4-year undergraduate programme in Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering. Since its inception, the Department has grown in leaps and bounds with the state of art infrastructure. Yokogawa Centre of Excellence, KCT-FLUKE Centre of Excellence in Calibration, Siemens PLC Automation Laboratory are some of the major centres operational in addition to Advanced Process Control and Computerised Sensors laboratories. The Department has a team of well qualified, dedicated Faculty members with vast experience in industrial and research background. The Department is involved in active Industrial consultancy services for neighbouring Industries in the field of Automation. Certified Calibration for Electro-Technical/Thermal/Pressure Instruments are some of the prominent consultancy services. Major and minor projects funded by government bodies and Industries are focused on solving industrial needs. Our association with the Professional bodies ISA, ISOI, IEEE, ISTE, IEI and CSI is playing a significant role in enriching the quality of curriculum.

From the HOD’s Desk

Anil Kumar K K

Anil Kumar K K,

Professor and Head

Electronics & Instrumentation Engineeringestablished in the year 2006 is a specialized branch of Electrical and Electronic Engineering, which focuses on the principle and operation of field instruments SCADA, DCS, PLC’S and process control systems which are used in design and configuration of automated systems. These engineers work in industries with automated processes, such as chemical or manufacturing plants, with the goal of improving system productivity, reliability, safety, optimization and stability.
Within a short period, we have established all our laboratories and centres of excellence, which are required for the curriculum and several specialized equipment and software, which help the students to do their real time projects. We have placed our students in core industries like Yokogawa, Bosch, Data Patterns, TVS, Tesolve, Saipem, ECON, etc. Many of our alumni have successfully cracked CAT and GATE to gain entrance into the high portals of higher education. Also, we have our students pursuing their higher studies in US, UK, Germany, and Australia.

Vision

The Department of Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering (E&I) envisions a holistic education that transforms the learners into responsible engineers which shall enable them to identify significant problems both in industry and society to arrive at creative and sustainable solutions through collaborative team efforts.

Mission

The Department of Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering (E&I) aims to

  • Implement modern andragogical approach in academics, innovative research initiatives and collaborative projects that shall ethically address the societal needs
  • Develop knowledge and skills required to excel in manufacturing, automation and allied industries on a global platform
  • Expand the knowledge for higher studies and get inspired for lifelong learning

Anil Kumar K K

Anil Kumar K K

Professor & HOD

MEMS / Sensors and Measurements / VLSI
Dinesh Kumar V

Dinesh Kumar V

Associate Professor

Control Systems / Process Control
Saravanabalaji M

Saravanabalaji M

Assistant Professor I

Process Control  / Field Instrumentation
Umesh M V

Umesh M V

Associate Professor

Communication Systems / Product Design and Development / Robotics & Automation
Mayurappriyan P S

Mayurappriyan P S

Professor

Control Systems / Renewable Energy Systems / Power Electronics
Muthuramalingam E

Muthuramalingam E

Assistant Professor I

Advanced Control Systems / Instrumentation Systems
Ranganathan S

Ranganathan S

Assistant Professor I

PLC / DCS / SCADA / Virtual Instrumentation
Manimekalai V

Manimekalai V

Assistant Professor I

MEMS / Sensors and Measurements / VLSI
Saravanakumar S

Saravanakumar S

Assistant Professor I

VLSI Design / Embedded Systems / IoT
Dr. Ezhilarasi M

Dr. Ezhilarasi M

Professor & HOD

Image Processing / MEMS / Biomedical Sensors / Instrumentation
Jeya Daisy I

Jeya Daisy I

Assistant Professor II

Applied Electronics / Biomedical Instrumentation Systems
Athappan V

Athappan V

Assistant Professor II

Process Control / Controller Design

Components of Curriculum

Different methods of teaching and learning initiative in E&I department are

  1. Innovation in Teaching Learning By Faculty
  2. Holistic Development of Students through Human Excellence – Value Education Program Faculty

Andragogical Initiatives

Other methods of learning experiences

S. No Name Designation Department / Institute Internal / External member
1 Dr. M. Ezhilarasi Professor & Head EIE / KCT Chairman
2 Dr. S. Kumar Professor IE / Madras Institute of Technology Anna University Nominee
3 Dr. S. Ragupathy Professor & Head EIE / Kongu Engineering College Expert nominated by Academic council
4 Mr. S. R. Venkatapathy Head Pranav 3V,

Manufacturing Solutions in Automation and Control, Bangalore

Representative from Industry
5 Mr. V. Shanmugaraj HOD Sensor and Vision Technology, CMTI, Bangalore Co-opt Member
6 Mr. B. Venkatesan Assistant Professor EIE / Kongu Engineering College Post Graduate Meritorious Alumini
7 Representative from Department of Academics Associate/ Assistant Professor KCT Invitee
8 PAC members of the department

Snap Shots of DAB and PAC Meetings

Head of the Department

Anil Kumar K K

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0422 - 2661301

Alumni Coordinator

Athappan V

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Communication Coordinator

Umesh M V

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Placement Coordinator

Saravanabalaji M

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