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Shri S’ad Vidya Mandal Institute of Technology (SVMIT)

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SVMIT is managed by Shri S’ad Vidya Mandal trust popularly known as SVM established in 1954 as a result of inspiration and blessings of Swami Shri Atulanandji.

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About Department

Started in the year 1996, the graduate course in Electrical Engineering encompasses the various aspects of electrical fields such as Power System, Power Electronics, Control System, Power System Protection, High Voltage Studies, Microprocessor Application and Computer Application to Power System Studies.

Faculty members of the department are active in several research areas, such as; Renewable energy sources, Power quality, Transformer, Internet of Things “IOT”, Energy Management and Distribution System, Programmable Logic Controller “PLC”, Power Electronics Converters and Electric Drives.

The Department undertakes a continuous process of setting up experimental and computational facilities for taking up research & development. The department organizes industrial visits for students with an academic background to have a glimpse of the industry in order to have a better appreciation of practical applications of theory.

Mission Statement

The mission of the Electrical Engineering Department is to provide a quality electrical engineering education with extensive hands-on and practical experience as per the need of industrial demand that will enable our graduates to practice their profession with proficiency and integrity.

Laboratory Facilities:

The Department has traditional and modern laboratories as following;

  • Basic Electric Lab.
  • Electrical Machines Lab
  • Power System Lab
  • Power System Protection Lab
  • Power Electronics lab
  • Electrical Measurement
  • Industrial Instrumentation lab
  • Computer Lab
  • Control system lab
  • Microprocessor and Microcontroller Lab
  • Electrical Workshop

Dr. Payal P. Patel

Assistant Professor

Email Id payal.patel@svmit.ac.in

Qualification Ph.D

Date of Joining 21 July 2003

Area of Interest Application of Power Electronics to Power System

Dr. Haresh S. Nankani

Associate Professor

Email Id haresh.nankani@svmit.ac.in

Qualification Ph.D

Date of Joining 16 August 1999

Area of Interest Electrical Machine, Power System, High Voltage Engineering

Nilam K. Patel

Assistant Professor

Email Id nilam.patel@svmit.ac.in

Qualification M.E.

Date of Joining 21 July 2003

Area of Interest Power Electronics, Electrical Power System, Renewable Energy

Meghna A. Vaghela

Assistant Professor

Email Id meghna.vaghela@svmit.ac.in

Qualification Pursuing Ph.D

Date of Joining 16 July 2007

Area of Interest Power Quality, Application of Power Electronics in Power System & Industries

Kalpana Kumari

Assistant Professor

Email Id kalpana.ray@svmit.ac.in

Qualification M.E.

Date of Joining 15 January 2008

Area of Interest Power System, Electrical Machine, Restructed Power System

Abhishek P. Mehta

Assistant Professor

Email Id abhishek.mehta@svmit.ac.in

Qualification M.E.

Date of Joining 02 August 2010

Area of Interest Power Electronics, Industrial Automation, Power System Protection

Chirayu R. Patel

Assistant Professor

Email Id chirayu.patel@svmit.ac.in

Qualification M.E.

Date of Joining 31 December 2011

Area of Interest Power System

Dhaval A. Patel

Assistant Professor

Email Id dhaval.patel@svmit.ac.in

Qualification M.E.

Date of Joining 01 July 2015

Area of Interest Robotics-IOT, Power Electronic Applications

Jiten J. Bhatiya

Lab. Assistant

Email Id jitenbhatiya22@gmail.com

Qualification Diploma in Electrical Engineering

Date of Joining 03 March 1999

Area of Interest Electrical measurement and Instrumentation

Bhavin J. Bhatiya

Wireman

Email Id bhavinbhatiya12@gmail.com

Qualification ITI Electrician

Date of Joining 02 December 1996

Area of Interest Electrical Machines and Power System Protection

Manish C. Rana

Lab. Assistant

Email Id manish.rana83@gmail.com

Qualification B.E Electrical

Date of Joining 17 July 2014

Area of Interest Circuit and Network, Electrical Machines

Dinesh M. Macwana

Peon

Email Id suman.dinesh78@gmail.com

Qualification ITI

Date of Joining 01 January 2015

Area of Interest Computer Lab Development


Electrical Machines Laboratory is of considerable assistance in fulfilling the objectives of teaching the Electrical Energy Conversion course in the Electrical Engineering Department. The laboratory is well equipped with necessary experiments that can be easily performed to strengthen the correlation between theory and practical aspects. The laboratory has transformer units. Terminals of these transformers are accessible to connect single-phase, autotransformer, three-phase as a star, delta connections for laboratory exercises. The laboratory also has a number of DC motors and generators, all common arrangements such as series, parallel and compound machines are readily available at connecting plate of each machine. Synchronous machines are also provided to examine the behavior of the machines with different types of loads. Induction motors wildly used as slipring and squirrel cage are also provided for studying the characteristic of the motors with and without loads. All this make electrical machines and power lab quit suitable for education and can be adapted for use in some research work.


Basic Electrical Engineering lab has a fully equipped setup to carry out numerous fundamental experiments in electrical Engineering. The experiments are designed to expose students to the practical executions of the fundamental theories of Electrical Engineering. First-year students get an opportunity to perform various experiments like law, theorem verification, transformer, etc. Each experiment bench is equipped with variable AC and DC power supplies with adequate protections which enables students to carry out the experiments in an electricity safe environment. The lab is equipped with voltmeters, ammeters, various rating and types of transformers, CRO, signal generator, various types and sizes of motor, digital tachometer, rheostats, etc.


Electrical Workshop laboratory provides students a platform to learn and practice fundamental concepts of Electrical Engineering. Experiments such as the implementation of domestic wiring, implementation of staircase Wiring, characteristics of fuse, etc. are undertaken to enhance the practical knowledge of students.


The lab has been indigenously developed with relays of pioneer companies like L&T, Siemens, etc. in the area of switchgear & protection. The laboratory is equipped with all sorts of Induction motor protection, bus bar protection, voltage monitoring relays, earth leakage protection & single phase non-directional overcurrent orearth fault relay. The laboratory is also providing probable arrangements to understand different concepts practically like transmission line performance under different operating conditions, load characteristics, real and reactive power flow and control for a transmission line, characteristics of different types of relays, power system protection using relays, measurement of sequence components, balanced and unbalanced faults.


The power electronics lab is equipped with sophisticated facilities to support research and teaching activities offered by university for graduate students. The vision is to provide a facility that deals with all issues related to the efficient processing of electrical energy from its available form to the desired form. The lab is closely associated with the other labs and research groups to fulfill the vision and mission of the institute.

This Lab is an open lab where all students have ready access to basic Instrumentation & Measurement equipment & to perform experiments. Today automation being the primary objective which is fulfilled by the lab facilities providing students to have hands-on with different control schemes viz PID and practice on calibration, transducers as well. The other purpose of the lab is to provide the space and resources needed by students. The lab is also available for students who need to complete projects and assignments from their other Electrical subjects.


The electrical department computer laboratory is equipped with the latest computers with adequate hardware requirements and necessary simulation software. The lab is also available for students for projects and assignments from their other electrical subjects. The modern electrical engineering curriculum treats the computer both as a means of educating the students in scientific essentials and also solves the significant design problems which the electrical engineer faces.

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Semester 3 :

Sr.No. Name of Students Enroll No. SPI
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Semester 4 :

Sr.No. Name of Students Enroll No. SPI
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Semester 5 :

Sr.No. Name of Students Enroll No. SPI
1 Divya D. Engineer 190453109016 8.48
2 Dax V. Sabhaya 190453109011 8.24
3 Salman Raje 180450109004 7.91
4 Priyank Padhiyar 180450109002 7.70
5 Keyur Chaudhari 190453109002 7.29

Semester 6 :

Sr.No. Name of Students Enroll No. SPI
1 Prarthit Joshi 170450109007 9.42
2 Pranav Trivedi 170450109025 9.42
3 Miral Vasava 170450109027 9.42
4 Vishal Dwivedi 180453109003 9.10
5 Sameer Ansari 170450109002 9.10

Semester 7 :

Sr.No. Name of Students Enroll No. SPI
1 Miral Vasava 170450109027 9.48
2 Taufeeq Saheb 170450109019 9.45
3 Prarthit Joshi 170450109007 9.41
4 Vishal Dwivedi 180453109003 9.31
5 Sameer Ansari 170450109002 9.28

Semester 8 :

Sr.No. Name of Students Enroll No. SPI
1 Prarthit Joshi 170450109007 10.00
2 Miral Vasava 170450109028 10.00
3 Sameer Ansari 170450109002 9.83
4 Vishal Dwivedi 180453109003 9.69
5 Pranav Trivedi 170450109025 9.69

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Rushirajsinh Gohil

GNFC

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Jayesh Brahmkshatriya

Torrent Power Limited

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Patel Mahamad Shahil Salim

GNFC

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Drashti R. Mokani

GNFC

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Sajjad Mahammadali Patel

GNFC

Placement 2020 - 2021 :

Placement 2019 - 2020 :

Sr.No. Name of Students Name of Comppany Company Location
1 Rushirajsinh Gohil GNFC Bharuch
2 Jayesh Brahmkshatriya Torrent Power Limited Dahej
3 Patel Mahamad Shahil Salim GNFC Bharuch
4 Drashti R. Mokani GNFC Bharuch
5 Sajjad Mahammadali Patel GNFC Bharuch
6 Hitesh S. Sharma GNFC Bharuch
7 Ishani Ajaykumar Darji GNFC Bharuch
8 Jenisha Bhalodia Technoled Vadodara
9 Afzal Ishabhai Ahmedbhai Vali Patel GNFC Bharuch
10 Asraf raza Pathan GNFC Bharuch
11 Drashti Rajeshbhai Mokani GNFC Bharuch
12 Parth K. Parmar GNFC Bharuch

Past Activities

Expert lecture on “Energy management in industry” delivered by Mr. Santanu Daas, Energy manager, Reliance industries

Industrial visit at 135KV substation, Bharuch

Industrial visit at 220KV Substation, Haldarva

Expert lecture on “Electrical Safety” delivered by Mr. Siladitya Sen, SGM, Reliance industries

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