Undergraduate Program

Electrical & Electronics Engineering

Vision

To be a premier department for education in Electrical and Electronics Engineering in Karnataka State, moulding students into professional Engineers.

Mission

To provide teaching/learning facilities in Electrical and Electronics Engineering for easy adaptation to industry and higher learning.

Provide environment for self learning to meet the challenges of changing technology and inculcate team spirit and leadership qualities to succeed in professional career.

Empathize with the societal needs and environmental concerns in Electrical & Electronics Engineering practices.

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs)

After 2/3 years of graduation, the students will have the ability to:

Analyze, design and propose solutions in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering and adapt to changes in technology by self learning.
Work effectively as individuals and exhibit leadership qualities in a team to meet the goals of the program or the organization.
Work with professionalism and concern for environment to meet the societal needs.
Excel in professional career by acquiring higher education.

Programme Outcomes

Engineering Graduates will be able to:

Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.
Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.
Design/development of solutions: Design solutions for complex engineering problems and design system components or processes that meet the specified needs with appropriate consideration for the public health and safety, and the cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.
Conduct investigations of complex problems: Use research-based knowledge and research methods including design of experiments, analysis and interpretation of data, and synthesis of the information to provide valid conclusions.
Modern tool usage: 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.
The engineer and society: Apply reasoning informed by the contextual knowledge to assess societal, health, safety, legal and cultural issues and the consequent responsibilities relevant to the professional engineering practice.
Environment and sustainability: Understand the impact of the professional engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts, and demonstrate the knowledge of, and need for sustainable development.
Ethics: Apply ethical principles and commit to professional ethics and responsibilities and norms of the engineering practice.
Individual and team work: Function effectively as an individual, and as a member or leader in diverse teams, and in multidisciplinary settings.
Communication: 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.
Project management and finance: Demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the engineering and management principles and apply these to one’s own work, as a member and leader in a team, to manage projects and in multidisciplinary environments.
Life-long learning: Recognize the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change.

Programme Specific Outcomes

EEE Graduates will:

Analyze, design and provide an engineering solution in the areas involving electrical machines, power generation, power electronics, transmission & distribution and energy management.
Analyze and design controllers for electrical system using analog and digital electronic circuits and systems.

Courses in the Department

BE: Electrical and Electronic Engineering (2002-03)

M.Tech: Computer Applications in Industrial Drives (2011-12)

Ph.D & M.Sc (Engg) by Research: In the field of High Voltage Engineering, Power
Quality, Power Systems,Power Electronics & related fields (2008-09))

About the Course:

Electrical & Electronics Engineering is a professional Engineering discipline that generally deals with the study and application of ElectricityElectronicsand Electromagnetism. This field first became an identifiable occupation in the latter half of the 19th century after commercialization of the Electric Telegraph, the telephone, and Electric Power Distribution. Subsequently, broadcasting and recording media made electronics, part of daily life. The invention of the transistor and later the integrated circuit, brought down the cost of electronics to the point that can be used in almost all household applications.

Electrical & Electronics Engineering  is broadly subdivided into a wide range of  fields including ElectronicsDigital ComputersComputer EngineeringPower EngineeringTelecommunicationsControl SystemsRadio-Frequency EngineeringSignal ProcessingInstrumentation and Microelectronics. Many of these disciplines combine with other engineering branches, leads to several  specialized area such as

  1. Hardware Engineering
  2.  Power Electronics
  3.  Electromagnetism & Waves
  4. Renewable Energies &
  5. Electrical Materials Science, etc.

About the Department:

The department has highly qualified, committed & dedicated faculty members many of whom have secured University ranks in their post graduate degree from Institutions of International fame. The department possess, Six PhD holders. They regularly participate in International Conferences, National Conferences and Workshops to upgrade themselves. The faculty members of the department hold various positions in University body such as Board of Examiners, BOS Member, Paper setters, Examiners of UG/PG and PhD Programs.

The department has well equipped laboratories along with a Research & Development centre. The department has various Professional Society Memberships and an in-house association to provide platform for developments in the field of Electrical & Electronics Engineering. The department has individual classroom for UG /PG Students with excellent ICT Facilities.

The faculty is motivated to incorporate new and effective ways of teaching courses that makes the students’ learning process easier and enjoyable.  Undergraduate students work closely with faculty and with one another as a team. Our undergraduates create and take part in various technical programs and author research papers. They are provided with many opportunities to exercise their interests in extra curriculum activities. The entire campus is WiFi connected to serve academic and research work. The Department regularly conducts various workshops, seminars and conferences under the banner of Association of BNMIT Electrical and Electronics Engineering (ABEEE). Special coaching classes are conducted for the benefit of weak students. Remedial classes are also conducted for slow learners. Skill development program is initiated for pre-final year students to make them industry-ready.

Scope of the program:

The Electrical and Electronics Engineering is one of the earliest to start among the core branches of engineering. The structure of the program has undergone a face-lift with the introduction of subjects from Computer Science and Electronics Engineering streams. The program in its curriculum also has Mathematics, Electronics, Computing Techniques and Physics to solve real world problems. Students of Electrical and Electronics Engineering have the flexibility to broaden their horizons in Electronics or Software related industries apart from the core area. Thus, B.E in Electrical and Electronics Engineering stream provide several options to upgrade the technical knowledge, develop leadership qualities, team spirit and concern for environment in students.

The Program provides:

  • Flexibility to choose various fields
  • Opportunity to work on live problems
  • Opportunity to work on environmental related technologies
  • Opportunity for programmers to develop software for electrical related projects

» Innovative Teaching Methods

» Skill Development Program EEE

About Head of the Department:

 

Dr. R.V.Parimala is currently Head of the department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering , BNMIT. She has obtained her bachelors from Sri Jayachamarajendra College of Engineering, Mysore University, M.E (Power Systems) from National Institute of Engineering, Mysore University & Ph.D (Distribution Automation) from VTU, Belagavi. She has 29 years of teaching experience with 17 publications in reputed International Journals & Conferences Her area of expertise includes Power System, Control System, Artificial Intelligence/Soft Computing, Electrical Machines, Power Quality etc . Presently, she is guiding two Ph.D students.

Achievements:

  • She has won the Best research paper award for the technical paper “Optimal switching operation using knowledge based colored Petri net”, presented in International Conference held at IET Chennai.
  • She has worked as a Principal Investigator and has successfully completed the funded project from CPRI under RSOP in 2010 involving INR 9.5 lakhs .

Staff Details:

  • Number of teaching staff: 19(Prof: 03 ; Associate Prof: 06; Assistant Prof: 10)
  • Number of PhD’s: 06
  • Number of staff pursuing PhD: 05
  • Average experience of staff: 14
  • Staff with industry experience: 04
  • Technical and supporting staff: 13

Research Activities:

R & D Center – The department has an R & D center recognized by VTU. It is empowered by 2 research guides with rich industrial and academic experience.

Some of the areas where research has been carried out by the faculties are Power Quality, Power Electronics, EMI, Signal Processing, VLSI & Embedded system, Power System & High voltage. Several years of research has resulted in a large number of publications in National & International Journals & Conferences.

Research scholars awarded M.Sc (by Research) degree at R&D Centre

 Sl.No.

Research Scholar

Guide

University

  1  Bindya Tyagi  Dr. Vidya H A

VTU

  2  A Kumar  Dr. G R Gurumurthy

       VTU

Research Scholars pursuing Ph.D at R & D center:

Sl. No Research Scholar  Guide University
1 Ratna B   Dr. R.V.Parimala VTU
2 K.Raghunath Reddy   Dr. R.V.Parimala VTU
3 K Lokeshwara Rao  Dr. Raghunatha   Ramaswamy VTU

Research Grants:

Title of Project: “Real time detection, measurement and classification of power quality disturbance using GUI and DSP applications”

  • Principal Investigator: Vidya H A
  • Co-Investigator:Mr K Venkatesha
  • Funding Agency:VTU, Belgavi
  • Components provided to setup lab: Power Quality Analyzer, Digital Storage Oscilloscope, FPGA Kit.
  • Period: 2011-2014

Faculty Achievements

  1. Venkatesha K, Associate Professor, Dept. of Electrical & Electronics Engineering has been awarded Doctoral degree for  his Ph.D. research work under Visvesvaraya Technological University entitled “Modeling and Design of Single Phase and Three Phase Bi-directional AC/AC Converter for Power Quality Improvement Using FPGA Real Time Controller” in the month of March 2019.
  2. Priyashree S, Associate Professor, Dept. of Electrical & Electronics Engineering had successfully defended her Ph.D. research work under Visvesvaraya Technological University entitled “The Mathematical Modeling and PowerQuality Improvement for Industrial Furnaces” in the month of April 2019.

Student Achievements:

University Rank LIst

Year Name USN Rank & Percentage
2013-17 Prathyusha A 1BG13EE042

1st

87.22

2013-17 Roopa M 1BG13EE045

4th

84.87

2013-17 Supriya N Hebbi 1BG13EE056

9th

83.91

2009-13 Anushree R 1BG09EE008

1st

91.54

2009-13 Aparna Sinha 1BG09EE009

5th

85.71

2008-12 Megha Vishwanath 1BG08EE024

9th

83.83

2007-11 Subhashish Panda 1BG07EE050

3rd

85.01

2004-08 Komal Prasad. B 1BG04EE015

10th

84.17

2002-06 Archana. S 1BG02EE006

10th

81.52

The students have consistently shown good performances in the University examinations and also excelled in technical paper presentations, sports, yoga and cultural activities.  

Technical Achievements:

  1. Suparna Bose of 7  Sem presented a paper on “Green Campus  Initiative”,  Idea Conclave  for Better  Bengaluru held on 2  & 3  of  November, 2018 at M.S.Ramaiah College of Arts, Science and Commerce, Bengaluru.
  2. Roshan S, Nayana R & Sushant Kumar of VIII Semester have Participated and presented a Business Plan for project “Human Energy Harnessing” in MANTHAN – 2018 organized by FKCCI, Bengaluru on 01-06-2018.
  3. K Shashank Rao, Monali G Pawar & Sachin B Jain of VIII Semester have Participated and presented a Business Plan for project ” Blind Jacket” in MANTHAN – 2018 organized by FKCCI, Bengaluru on 01-06-2018.
  4. Swathi M, Syed Abrar of IV semester have won Transport Challenge Award for Development of prototype on “ Smart Village – Karnataka, 2018”  in Open Innovation Hackathon , held at NHCE, Bengaluru during April, 2018  
  5. Syed Abrar of IV semester has won 1st Place in the event “The Electronics Design Challenge”, held at PESIT South Campus,Bengaluru during 03-03-2018 to 04-03-2018.
  6. Manasa K R of V sem has won 1  place  in a  technical  talk on “Smart Grid”  in Katalyst Tech Fest-2017 on 28  September 2017 conducted  in Siemens.
  7. Manasa K R of V sem has won 2 place in Mini Engineering Project on “Wireless Mobile Charger” in Katalyst Tech Fest-2017 during 28  September 2017 conducted  in Siemens

Sports Achievements:

  1. Bhavana C of  3 Sem, EEE won KATA  (Individual) & KUMITE  (Team)  events  in  Inter DOJO Karate Championships held at Rashtrotthana Yogic Sciences & Research  Institute on 1 & 2  December, 2018.
  2. Bhavana C of 3 Sem, EEE secured runner-up  in Throw Ball Inter-collegiate held at Vemana Institute of   Technology, Bangalore on 9th and 10th  October, 2018.
  1. Nishanth S of 7 Sem, EEE secured runner-up in 100 mts & 200 mts breast stroke Inter-collegiate Swimming Competition held at BMSCE, Bangalore on 3rd and 4th  October, 2018
  2. Swetha S of 7 Sem, EEE secured runner-up in Inter-zonal Table-tennis Tournament at Sapthagiri College of Engineering on 6th and 7th September, 2018.
  3. Swetha S of 7 Sem, EEE secured  first place  in  Inter-collegiate Table-tennis zonal Tournament at BNMIT on 3rd and 4th  September, 2018.
  4. Swetha S of 7 Sem, EEE  secured  first place  in Prof. Mukherjee Memorial Table-tennis Tournament at BMSCE held  from 20th  to 24th  September, 2018.
  5. Sanjeev B of 3 Sem, EEE secured a silver medal in Karnataka State Inter-school, Inter-collegiate and Open category 10  mts,  Open  Sight  Air  Rifle  Competition  under  –  23  (Mix  Team)  category  organized  by Seshadripuram  Institute of Commerce and Management, Bangalore  from 27th  to 29th  August, 2018
  6. Krithika K V of 3 Sem, EEE secured bronze medal  in Karnataka State Inter-school, Inter-collegiate and Open
  7. category 10 mts, Open Sight Air Rifle Competition  in  under  19  girls  (Individual)  category  organized  by Seshadripuram  Institute of Commerce and Management, Bangalore  from 27th  to 29th  August, 2018
  8. Bhavana C of 3 Sem, EEE represented Karnataka state and won KATA event (above 18 years category)  in All India Hakuakai Open Karate Championship, 2018 held at Koramangala Indoor Stadium on 11th and 12th  August, 2018.
  9. Harshitha T A, Krithika K V& Divyashree of 2nd EEE Participated  in VTU Single Zone Archery (M&W) Competition held at Don Bosco Institute of Technology Bangalore on 30th May 2018.
  10. Hemanth M K,Shankar, Sanju  S Hosur, Abhishek,& Puneeth gowda of 4th & 6th  SEM  EEE,  Participated  in VTU inter Collegiate Bangalore Zone Kabaddi tournament held at TOCE Bangalore on 23th and 24th April 2018.
  11. Meghana of 4th sem of EEE Participated in VTU inter Collegiate Inter Zone Chess (M &W) Tournament at MVJCE, Bangalore from 26th to 28th March 2018.
  12. Meghana 4th sem of EEE was runner up in VTU inter Collegiate Inter Zone Chess (M &W) Tournament at RVCE, Bangalore, held on 16th and 17th March 2018.
  13. Sri Divya C,Shashidhar, Shweath S, and Meghana of 4th , 6th and 8th sem EEE Participated(Throw ball & Volley ball Table tennis  Chess )  State level Inter Collegiate Memorial Tournament BMSCE Kreedotsav held at  BMSCE Bangalore during 8th to 10th March 2018
  14. S, Suparna Bose, Avadhanula Aslesh Kumar, Monisha. S Raghuveer Bhat, Ashwin Gowda, Kavya K of Vsem EEE were runners up in Street Play held at IISC, Bengaluru in October 2017.
  15. Manasa K R of V sem EEE has won 1st place in a technical talk on “Smart Grid” in Katalyst Tech Fest-2017 on 28th September 2017 conducted in Siemens.
  16. Manasa K R of V sem EEE has won 2nd place in Mini Engineering Project on “Wireless Mobile Charger” in Katalyst Tech Fest-2017 on 28th September 2017 conducted in Siemens.
  17. Nishanth S of V Sem EEE won 1st place in 50m, 100m and 200m, 2nd place in 50m and 100m, 3rd place in 200m Breaststroke swimming during VTU meet held in Basavanagudi Aquatic centre on 30th August 2017.
  18. Nishanth S of V Sem EEE won 3rd place in 100m, 200m and 400m in Freestyle and 3rd place in 200m and 400m in Individual Medley swimming during VTU meet held at Basavanagudi Aquatic centre on 30th August 2017.
  19. Nishanth S of V Sem EEE won 3rd place in 100m and 200m in Breaststroke swimming during Dasara Games-2017 organized by the Department of Youth service & sports, Government of Karnataka at St. Joseph’s Indian High school Pool held during 14th and 15th September 2017.
  20. Syed Abrar and Swathi M of III sem EEE won the semester level Best IPL project award for the project “MAV-Multi-purpose Agricultural Vehicle” during the IPL Winter Competition-2017 held on 10th November, 2017.
  21. Sri Divya C VI Sem EEE was Runners up Throw ball in State Level Inter Collegiate Memorial Tournament, BMSCE Kreedotsav 2017 held at BMSCE, Bangalore, 3rd to 6th March 2017.
  22. Zabi Khan of VIII sem EEE won 1st place as “Mr. Utsav”,  BMSCE UTSAV 2017 held at BMSCE, Bengaluru, 2017.
  23. Monisha S of IV sem EEE won 2nd Place in “Photography (Amateur)”, TATVA – 2017, BNMIT, Bengaluru, during 3rd – 4th March, 2017.
  24. Manjuprasad S VII Sem EEE won 3rd place in 5000 mts running race VTU Athletic meet, Kolar 15th to 18th November, 2016
  25. Manjuprasad S VII Sem EEE won 2nd place in 10000 mts running race VTU Athletic meet, Kolar 15th to 18th November, 2016
  26. Manjuprasad S VII Sem EEE won 2nd place in Half Marathon 21 Km VTU Athletic meet, Kolar 15th to 18th November, 2016
  27. Vasudev R VII sem EEE got 1st place and awarded Star Entrepreneurship award conducted by Entrepreneurship Development Institute of India in Partnership with Sarala Jeevana TV
  28. Vasudev R VII sem EEE awarded with Ananya Yuva Puraskara by Anaya Foundation and Nadajyothi, Malleswaram Sangeetha Sabha.
  29. Nishanth S of III Sem EEE won 2 Silver & 1 Bronze medals in VTU Intercollegiate competition during September 2016 and
  30. Nishanth S of III Sem EEE represented VTU in Chandigargh National Level competition securing 4th place.
  31. Nishanth S of III Sem EEE won 3 Gold & 1 Silver medal in Dasara selection meet held in Bengaluru September 2016.
  32. Nishanth S of III Sem EEE won 1 Gold, 2 Silver medals & individual Championship in Dasara games 2016 held in Mysore during October 2016
  33. Mohamed Safeeulla, Mohamed Ur Rehman, Monisha S,Alagar Krishna of III sem EEE won Best Project at Departmental Level for the project Wireless Power Transmission” during the IPLWinter Competition-2016 on 5th November, 2016. 

Cultural Achievements:

  1. Arpitha B M of 7 Sem, EEE secured First place in Folk/Tribal Dance (Group), Third place in One Act Play     and  participated  in Skit  in VTU Youth Fest held at BKIT, Bhalki  from 2 – 4  November, 2018.
  2. Shobhita Rajashekar of 7 Sem, EEE participated in Installation and secured a Second place in Western Group Song  in VTU Youth Fest held at BKIT, Bhalki  from 2nd – 4th  November, 2018.

 

 

Conferences / Workshops Conducted:

1. Four days workshop on “Design & Development of Embedded System for Real life Applications”  was held from 10th -13th July 2018 organised by department of EEE,BNMIT.

2. Two days Workshop on “A to Z of Transformer Design “ was held during 17th -18 thFebruary 2018 organized by Department of EEE, BNMIT.

3. One week FDP on “Modern Power Electronic Drives: Design & Future Trends”, was held during 16th to 20th January 2018.

4. One week FDP on “Role of IT in Power Sector” was held from 9th -13th January 2017.

5. One week FDP on “Integration of Green Energy to Smart Grid- Opportunities and Challenges “ was held from 11th to 16th July 2016.

6. One week FDP on “Recent Trends in Power Quality Issues & Mitigation in Electrical Systems “ was held from 18th to 23rd January 2016.

7. International Conference on “Power and Advanced Control Engineering” ICPACE 2015 held from August 12th-14th 2015.

8. Five days Workshop on “PLC & SCADA Systems” was held from 19th to 23rd January 2015.

9. One day National Conference on “Recent Investigations in Electrical Engineering using Experimental and Computational Techniques” [NCRE3CT-2011] on 14th Oct 2011.

10. One day National level Workshop on “Introduction to Research & Investigations in Recent Years in Electrical & Electronics Engineering” on 16th March 2009.

Department Technical club:

ABEEE (Association of BNMIT Electrical and Electronics Engineering):

Regular Lectures & Technical Seminars are arranged under the aegis of Association of BNMIT Electrical and Electronics Engineering (ABEEE) forum. The department has shown keen interest in executing many of the academic and extra-curricular activities for the students through the association, ABEEE. The department has received a very good response from the students in all the activities conducted.

Activities in the department:

    • Technical talk on “Emerging Trends in Power Transmission” by Sri. Hayavadan V Panchamukhi, TECHKNOW Mentor, Bengaluru was held on 16/04/2018.
    • Technical talk on “Career Opportunities for Electrical Engineering” by Smt. Sandhya. R.J., Manager, R&D, PRDC Pvt Ltd was held on 31/10/2017.
    • Technical talk on “Renewable Energy Sources” by Mr. Vivek Shenoy, Vice President, R&D, Tejas Networks, Bengaluru was held on 27/09/2017
    • Technical talk on “Concepts of Electrical Engineering” by Mr.Raghavendra, Technical Consultant, M/s. ABB India Limited Ltd., Bengaluru was held on 30/08/2017.
    • Technical talk on “Solar application in stand-alone and off-grid scenario” by Mr. Deepak K  Srivatsav,Test Engineer M/s. Tessolve Semiconductor Pvt.,Ltd., Bengaluru was held on 23/08/2017.
    • Technical talk on “A Smarter grid with IOT – A digital energy network” by Sri. Hayavadan. V. Panchamukhi, TECHKNOW Mentor, Bengaluru was held on 18/04/2016.
    • Technical talk on “Wind turbine technology – a perspective” by M.P. Ramesh, President – Wind Resource & Technology, Bengaluru, ABEEE was held on 18/04/2016.
    • Technical talk on “Trends in Microgird”  by Dr. Venkateswaran Narayanan, Head Competency Development ABB India Ltd., Bengaluru, ABEEE was held on 20/10/2015.
    • Technical talk on “Recent Trends in Power System Operation “ by Dr. K. Balaraman, Chief General Manager & Head, Power System Group, PRDC, Bengaluru was held on 28/03/2015.
    • Technical talk on “Smart Technologies “ by Mr. Rajashekhar S, Lead Technologist (IP), Secretary, IEEE PES, Bangalore Chapter was held on 17/09/2014.
    • Technical talk on “Energy Management and Conservation for Energy Security of India’” by Mr. Rajashekar P Mandi, Engineering Officer, CPRI, Bangalore was held on 05/04/2014.

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Innovative Teaching/Learning Initiation

Innovative teaching is a proactive approach to integrate new teaching strategies and methods into a classroom. It can also be regarded as the process to change teaching or learning activities that produce improvements in the learning outcomes. The teaching methodology needs to be more student-centric. A primary motive of innovative teaching is to encourage students to engage actively in the learning process. When students interact with teachers and peers, they gain experience that is more practical and retain more information from a class.

The innovative teaching methods followed in our department are

  • Cross word puzzle/Unscramble the words
  • Teaching by using  models
  • Brain storming

Cross word puzzle/ Unscramble the words

 Conducting technical games, makes the learning and teaching process more informative and enjoyable. One such technique is to use crossword puzzles or unscramble words that are tailored to particular concept of interest. It can be used for teaching a specific subject as it can be adapted in limitless ways.

Students must be able to know and understand the terminology of a particular subject in order to solve a related crossword puzzle. In the process of completing a puzzle, students can develop logical thinking and evaluate the choices.

Teaching by using Models

One of the biggest problems engineering students are facing is visualisation. In order to help students to develop this skill and make teaching and learning more productive and interesting, innovative teaching strategy based on using models has been developed.

Teaching a subject using the models has the following benefits for the students

  1. Students are able to learn the topic in an effective and easy way.
  2. Students are completely engaged in the learning process.
  3. Students can gain the knowledge and obtain the skills developed in this “hands on”   approach in learning that affects students’ ability to absorb knowledge in subsequent courses where good visualisation skills are required.

Brain storming

Brainstorming session is a useful technique to generate ideas or find the solutions to a technical problem. These sessions explore and enhance a student’s ability to think critically and laterally. As students get actively involved, the sessions aid the process of learning and improve academic performance. It gives the class a chance to tap into their previous knowledge and form connections to the current topic .It also encourages them to listen and consider others  ideas, thereby showing respect to their fellow classmates.

Results:

Year-wise pass percentage

 

2012-16

2013-17

2014-18

No. of Students

60

66

63

No. of FCD

38

51

42

No. of FC

19

13

20

No. of SC

Nil

Nil

01