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Message from Dr. Bharat S. Chaudhari – Electrical Engineering

Greetings and Welcome to the School of Electrical Engineering (EE) at MIT-World Peace University.

Our School with nearly 100 faculty and staff members offers exclusive Undergraduate, Postgraduate and Doctoral programsin new frontiers of electronics, electrical, and communication engineering with an applied focus. Currently, the school offers Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) in Electronics and Communication Engineering, and Electrical Engineering; Master of Technology (M.Tech.) in Electronics and Communication Engineering with specializations in VLSI and Embedded Systems, and Communication Networks and Software; and Doctoral (Ph.D.) programs. The school has strong Industry interface, and the curricula is designed and evolved as per the needs of Industry. To align with curricula and nurture the academic and research ambience, we have excellent faculty, the state-of-the-art laboratory infrastructure along with anupdated library.More than 20 laboratories provide a unique blend of resources and facilities to pursue research at the cutting edge of technologies in active collaboration with leading Industries. Research in our school spans a wide variety of disciplines essential to the growing field of electronics, electrical and communication engineering including signal processing, VLSI and embedded systems, wireless networks, optical networks, Internet of Things, machine learning, image, and video processing.

Our students have exciting opportunities to participate in research projects as well as in various activities through IEEE Student Branch, IETE Forum and Student Clubs. The school has several schemes to motivate and help the students by offering on campus teaching and non-teaching jobs, and through unique Academic Performance Appreciation Scheme (APAS) and Consistent High Academic Performance (CHAP) schemes. The school not only endeavors to enrich academic pursuit of its students, but also provide them with an environment to explore, discover and nurture their true potential. The holistic approach stimulates innovation among our students by inspiring fresh ideas with different perspectives, creative thinking, and strong conviction to achieve true success. The knowledge and skills gained along with peace, spiritual and ethical values enable our students to work as better professionals in true global settings. The school has produced a large number of distinguished alumni who are contributing immensely in the field of engineering and technology.

We invite you to browse through the pages of our website, brochure, and also visit/contact us to know more about our program offerings, research and the variety of exciting opportunities.

Dr. Bharat S. Chaudhari
Professor and Head
MIT-WPU School of Electrical Engineering

B.Tech Electrical Engineering

In the present era of innovation, more than ever before opportunities and challenges have emerged for advancement in the field of electrical and power engineering. The market requirements, including those of customers and regulators have changed along with development in ICT and Smart Grid Technologies. Due to automation, nowadays there is a need of connected devices that can be controlled and reconfigured remotely. Innovative services are yet to be developed to handle the most important issues of reliability and resilience in power sector.

At the same time, we have been moving towards renewable energies, efficient energy storage systems, electric vehicles, smart and automated machines, smart cities and along with many different paradigms.With such developments and progression, there is a dire need for Hands-on Engineers trained with analytical bend of minds. Hence, MIT-World Peace University has designed a unique Bachelor of Technology (B. Tech.) Program in Electrical Engineering by taking cognizance of future directions of the electrical and power engineering along with an emphasis on life skills development and world peace. This four year full-time degree provides comprehensive theoretical, practical and real life knowledge of Electrical Engineering as demanded by the industry today and for the future.

Programme Highlights

The B. Tech. Program in Electrical Engineering at MIT-WPU is unique in its education delivery mechanism. The academic framework designed by noted academicians, researchers, and Industry experts strikes a balance of science, mathematics, engineering and technology along with humanities, social sciences, professional, and industry practices, ensuring the students emerge as winning personalities at the end of four years. Key features of the program are:

    • Perfect blend of academia, Industry, and research

    • International exposure as a part of curriculum

    • Internship/ Industry project

    • Industrial tours to realize live Industrial scenario and requirements

    • Week long continuous learning at rural areas to understand the problems and provide solutions

    • Curriculum delivered through highly qualified and experienced domestic/international faculty’s and Industry professionals

    • Opportunity to work on interdisciplinary projects

    • Excellent academic ambience and vibrant campus life

    • Effective mentoring scheme

    • On-campus Incubation Centre to nurture the start-ups

    • State-of-the-art infrastructure

    • Scholarships/On-campus jobs

Programme Structure

The Four Year Full-time program follows the trimester pattern and choice based credit system. It has wide variety of electives from multiple disciplines and the specialization tracks are:
– Energy Systems
– Smart Grid Technology
– Embedded Controls and Systems

Along with academics, the students would be exposed to various aspects required in every walk of human life through

    • Industrial tour at national level

    • International study tour

    • Rural/Social immersion program

    • Internship/Project in Industry/research organization

    • Workshop/Training through the Industry experts

    • Guest Lectures on engineering, technology, peace, social, and others on regular basis

    • Project/Problem based learning

    • Experiential and collaborative learning

    • Opportunity to work on interdisciplinary projects

    • Yoga and meditation as a continuous practice

Student Initiatives

The School of Electrical Engineering at MIT-WPU encourages self-learning through student’s activities, forums, and clubs. There are several events which are organized by students on regular basis. Our students regularly participate in different national and international level events and competitions:

TEXEPHYR, Tesla, Technogenesis

These are the national level, annual technical events organized by the students in MIT-WPU campus every year. Thousands of students from different colleges, Institutes and Universities across India participate in these events to showcase their talents.


Every year, our students are the important stakeholders of MIT ROBOCON team, contribute a lot in electronics design, programming, communication and control. During Year 2017, our final year students, Anish Kshirsagar and Umang Joshi led ROBOCON Team of MIT and secured first runners-up position, bagged Mr. Mukesh Sharma – Silver Medal with a cash prize of Rs. 50,000, an award for Best Aesthetic Robot, and Mathworks Special Award for Matlab Application.


 MERC promotes the cultural activities at school level, providing opportunities to most of the students to participate. Every year, a grand program is organized by students to showcase their skills.


MASS Association for Study Skills (MASS) fosters creativity of among the students of the school by conducting the aptitude tests, drawing, painting and Rangoli competitions, and other creative events.


MARS Association for Recreational Sports (MARS) engages the students in sports activities at the school level. Matches for different sports/games are organized on routine basis to nurture the team spirit and vibrancy among the students.

 IEEE Student Branch

The Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) being one of the largest technical professional societies in the world with more than 423 thousand members, including more than 117 thousand student members. IEEE is instrumental for advancement of technology and for benefits to the humanity. It has 39 societies and 7 technical councils representing wide range of interests in Electrical, Electronics, Communication, Computer and others. IEEE has developed more than 1300 standards and it publishes more than 200 transactions, journals and magazines. IEEE also organizes and sponsors conferences in the areas of focus. We have a vibrant IEEE Student Branch namely, MIT – IEEE Student Branch (MISB) which organizes various activities like seminars, workshops, competitions and related activities for the students.

IETE Forum

The Institution of Electronics and Telecommunication Engineers (IETE) is India’s leading recognized professional society devoted to the advancement of science, electronics, telecommunication and Information Technology. It serves more than 125 thousand members through various centers. We have established IETE Forum to promote technical creativity in the students.


Our students along with faculty members formed special interest groups in various emerging fields such as Internet of Things and others

 Participation in various competitions

Student Activities

Upcoming Activities:

MIT-WPU School of Electrical Engineering collaborates with renowned Companies and Individual experts to organize Workshops, Interactive Seminars and Conferences to promote experiential learning and application of theoretical knowledge for its Students of EE.

    • Workshop on Wi-Fi Technology in association with Mojo Networks on February 22, 2018

    • Workshop on Machine Learning in association with IBM, March 12 – 13, 2018

    • Workshop on Photonic Integrated Circuit Design and Simulation in association with Jampot Photonics, March 2018

Past Activities:

    • Workshop on Digital Signal Processor in association with Edutech, December 7, 2017

    • Photonics Day Celebration in association with Jampot Photonics and IEEE Communication Society Pune Chapter, September 8, 2017

    • Visit of Dr. Suresh Borkar, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA and interaction with faculty and students, August 16, 2017

    • IEEE sponsored International Workshop on Internet of Things and TV White Spaces (WIOT’ 2017), January 12 – 13, 2017

    • Inauguration of Texas Instruments Centre for Excellence and Three Day Workshop on TMS340, January 4 – 6, 2017

    • Workshop on ASIC DESIGN in association with Corel Technologies, August 31 – Sept 2, 2016

    • IEEE sponsored International Conference on Internet of Things and Applications (IOTA’ 2016), January 22 -24, 2016

This information  will be updated soon. Do visit us again.


Pursuing a B.Tech Programme from MIT World Peace University delivers a uniquely designed experience of best-in-class resources that are in conformance to futuristic Industry requirements, giving you an edge over your peers. Few of these are highlighted below-

    • Flexible Academic Credit System (ACS)

    • Continuous Updated Education (CUEd)

    • Research Collaborations

    • Corporate Collaborations for Live Industry Projects

    • National, Internationally acclaimed Research Scholars and Faculty

    • Rural Immersion Programme

    • Peace Programmes for holistic development

    • Promote Sports Culture for Peace

    • Rural Immersion Programme

    • National Study Tour

    • Peace Programmes for holistic development

    • Promote Sports Culture for Peace

    • Alumni Connect for hand holding support

    • Social Mission – inculcate Social Responsibility for sustainable development goals

    • Life @ campus beyond education

        • Promote National & International level Competitive Sports

        • NCC & Gymkhana

        • E-Cell-Entrepreneurship Skills

        • Communications Laboratory

        • Counselling

        • Film Club

        • Student Initiatives- Abhivyakti

Eligibility for B.Tech

For Maharashtra State Candidate :

    • Candidate should be an Indian National and should have passed HSC (10+2) examination of Maharashtra State Board of Secondary and Higher Secondary Education or its equivalent examination with subjects English, Physics, Mathematics, and Chemistry / Biotechnology / Biology / Technical Vocational subject


    • Secured minimum 50% in the subjects Physics, Mathematics, and Chemistry taken together for Maharashtra Open category students and 45% for the reserved Category Maharashtra domicile students while the aggregate percentage of marks in all the subjects of the qualifying HSC (10+2) examinations should be 50% or above.


    • Obtained a positive score in MHT-CET (2018) and/or JEE Main (2018) on score basis.

For All India Candidates :

    • Candidates should be an Indian National and should have passed a Higher Secondary Education (10+2) or its equivalent examination with subjects English, Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry/ Biology/ Technical Vocational subject


    • Secured a minimum 50% in the subjects Physics, Mathematics and Chemistry taken together while the aggregate percentage of marks in all the subjects of the qualifying examinations should be 50% and above.


    • Obtained a positive score in JEE Main (2018) on score basis.


    • 70% seats are reserved for Maharashtra Domicile candidates through MHT-CET 2018 and 30 % seats are reserved for All India Candidates through JEE (Mains) 2018.

    • Reservation as per norms of Government applicable for 2018-2019.

Advisory Board

The advisory board of School of Electrical Engineering is comprised on eminent personalities from industry, research and academia with diverse background. The board helps in ensuring that our programs reflect emerging trends, current developments and industry skills requirements, and also monitors the progress of the school. Meetings of advisory board are called on periodic basis to monitor and review the progress, discuss the curriculum and suggest Industry treads that can be incorporated. The members of the School boards are:

    • Dr. Suresh Borkar, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA

    • Dr. Madhukar Pitke, Founder Director, Centre for Development of Telematics (C-DOT)

    • Mr. D. M. Tagare, Managing Director, Madhav Capacitors Private Limited

    • Dr. Biplab Sikdar, National University of Singapore

    • Dr. Ajay Kumar Poddar, Synergy Microwave Corporation, USA

    • Mr. Hemant Patil, Head, Centre of Excellence in MES/MOM, Tata Technologies

    • Dr. Manjunath Ramachandra, Wipro Technologies

    • Dr. Lalit Kumar Singh, Scientist, NPCIL-BARC, Dept. of Atomic Energy, Govt. of India

    • Prof. G. S. Mani, IEEE Pune Section

    • Dr. Aditya Kumar Sinha, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC)

    • Dr. Mukul Sutaone, College of Engineering (COEP), Pune

    • Dr. Virendra Kumar, Former Joint Director, Armament R & D Establishment, DRDO, Pune

    • Dr. D. B. Talange, College of Engineering (COEP), Pune

Department Infrastructure

Basic Electrical Laboratory :

This laboratory is used by the first year students to learn basic electrical course. It demonstrates experiments related to various types of wirings, circuit theorems, power measurement techniques, transformers and in allied areas. It is equipped with load bank, various ranges of voltmeters, ammeters, watt-meters and energy meter, transformers and AC and DC power supplies of different ranges.

Basic Electronics Laboratory :

These laboratories cater the need of experimentation required primarily for second year students. It comprise of equipment such as power supplies, function and signal generators, CROs, DSOs, Computers along with simulation software tool such as Multisim, experiments kits and boards.

Electronics Circuits Laboratory (Two) :

These laboratories areusedfor foundation courses like basic electronics engineering, linear integrated circuits, electronic measurement, network synthesis, and filter design. It is equipped with various boards such as Texas Instruments, power supplies, function generators, measuringinstruments like CROs, DSOs, LCR meter, True RMS meter, Computers, and software tools.

Electrical Machines Laboratory (Two) :

These laboratories aredesigned to carry out experiments on various types of electrical machines used in practical applications. It is equipped with AC and DC machine setups such as DC shunt motor, DC series motor, induction motor and synchronous motor. The students can perform various tests on these machines and measure efficiency, torque, speed and losses.

Digital Electronics/Microcontroller Labs (Two) :

These laboratories are used for the practicals of subjects related to digital systems,microprocessors, microcontrollers, programming and for projects. The equipment/boardsavailable are digital electronics trainers, function and signal generators, CROs, DSOs, logicanalyzer, Boards for 8086, 8051, PIC, TMS340, TIVA and Raspberry Pi along with OpenCV.

Communication Engineering Laboratory (Two) :

These laboratories are designed for the experiments related to analog and digital communications. These laboratories are fully equipped with the necessary experimental setups, equipment such as signal and arbitrary function generators, DSOs, spectrum analyzers, logic analyzers, antenna systems, multimedia devices and Computers withMatlab, HFSS, IE3D and other open source software tools.

Power Electronics Laboratory :

This laboratory caters practical setup used for power electronics. Experiments are related to most of the power conversions such as The laboratory is has several boards/kits required for AC to DC, DC to DC, DC to AC and AC to AC conversion along with equipment such as Power Oscilloscopes, DSOs and True RMS meters. Actual demonstrable motor generator drives are also available.

Mechatronics Laboratory :

The hands-on practice related to the mechatronics, automation and control is carried out in Mechatronics lab. It uses the Arduino IDE, Parallax and other open source software tools along with Smartduino boards, transducers such as LVDT, load cells, signal conditioning circuits, accelerometers, DC motors and other hardware and software tools.

Programming Laboratory (Two) :

These laboratories are used to teach software programming skills and to undertake assignments on various software tools. Laboratories have computers with latest configurations, printers and are fully connected.
Operating Systems: Windows, Linux Software: C, C++, C#, Java, .NET, Python, Code Blocks, C-Sharp, Open CV, Lab View, Matlab, Scilab, R-Programming

Digital Signal and Image Processing Laboratory :

This laboratory is equipped with embedded platforms meant for signal processing of digital data such as image,video data, audio data, figure print data, etc. Pentium PCs with software tools such as MATLAB,Lab View and Integrated Development Environments such as Code Composer Studio, Keil, Eclipse etc along with the embedded platforms from TI, ATMEL, Philips, etc are available. Apart from the practicals based on the curriculum, this laboratory is also utilized by the students for their projects. The higher end platforms such as TMDXE EVM DM8168, TMS320C6713, TMS320C6437, TMS320C6748, lpc2148, lpc1768 are used by the students for their project work.

Embedded Systems and Internet of Thing Laboratory :

This laboratory is designed for performing experiments and undertaking projects in embedded system design and Internet of things. Laboratory is equipped with Computers, ARM7, ARM9, ARM Cortex trainer boards, Arduino boards, Intel Galileo, Edison, Grove starter kits, LoRa nodes, Wi-Fi, Zigbee, BLE modules and other add on boards. State-of-art software platforms and Integrated Development Environment are available for Embedded and IoT project developments.

Advanced Communication and Networks Laboratory:

This laboratory is used for the experiments related to fiber optic communication, microwave, satellites, software defined radio,computer networks, wired and wireless communication. Ithas state-of–the art equipment such as optical time domain reflectometer, optical power meters, microwave benches setups, satellite communication trainer, vector network analyzer, universal software radio peripherals, LoRa nodes, Mobile phone trainers, GSM, CDMA and 3G trainers, CISCO switches and routers, PCs with software tools such as Matlab, Phoenix, Lab View, Qualnet, NetSim and GNU Radio, NS-2/NS-3, GNS-3, CISCO Packet tracer and others.

VLSI Laboratory :

This laboratory used for software programming related to VLSI design as well as for interfacing. It has computers, CPLD and FPGA trainer boards, PIC 18 boards with I/O cards and DSOs. Software tools like Matlab, Simulink, Multisim, Xilinx foundation series, VHDL, Keil are available in the laboratory.

Distributed Processing and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory :

This laboratory is used by undergraduate and master’s students for their project work. It has several work stations along with NVIDIA graphics cards on which different applications which need parallel processing can be performed. The lab has also PCs along with Multisim, IE3D, Proteus, and Labview licensed softwares.

Research Laboratory(Two Labs) :

These labs are preliminarily used by masters and doctoral students. These labs are equipped with efficient computing platforms, advanced hardware boards and equipment, various licensed and open source software tools required for research purpose.

Proposed Laboratories :

The school would be establishing following laboratories related to electrical and its emerging areas in next two year.

    • Electrical Measurement Laboratory

    • Power Systems Laboratory

    • High Voltage/Switchgear Protection Laboratory

    • SCADA/Smart Grid Laboratory

Industry Interaction/collaboration

Centre of Excellence in the field of Microcontrollers and Signal Processing
Centre of Excellence in the field of Microcontrollers and Signal Processing
For training and projects in the field Automotive Electronics
For training and projects in the field Automotive Electronics
For research and projects in the field of Renewable Energy
For research and projects in the field of Renewable Energy
For research and projects in the field of Photonic Networks and Chip Design
For research and projects in the field of Photonic Networks and Chip Design
One of the Internet of Things Labs from INTEL Higher Education
One of the Internet of Things Labs from INTEL Higher Education
For research and projects in the field of CUDA - Parallel/Distributed Computing
For research and projects in the field of CUDA - Parallel/Distributed Computing
For research and projects in the field of Medical Image Processing
For research and projects in the field of Medical Image Processing
For research and projects in emerging areas of ECE
For research and projects in emerging areas of ECE
For projects on Embedded Processors
For projects on Embedded Processors