Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering is started in the year 2008 with a present intake of 60. The department is heading with an objective to develop industry ready engineers while meeting local industry needs. The department is an integral part of Ashoka Women’s Engineering College, Kurnool. Since inception the department has well experienced and committed faculty, who continuously strive for the benefit of the students and their career development. The strength of the department is its laboratory facilities besides good infrastructure. Faculty of the department continuously encourage/drive students to involve in industrial visits, internships and also provides various training programs to enhance the technical skills of the students. The Department is offering one Post Graduate Program with the specialization in Electrical Power Systems(EPS) with an intake of 18.Active research is going on Power Systems, Power Electronics & Drives and Dynamic Control Systems.


To empower the Women students with the contemporary knowledge in Electrical and Electronics Engineering in order to make them competent to adapt to new challenges.


  • Facilitating students to acquire core competency in the field of Electrical and Electronics Engineering.
  • To impart quality education that enables building up of their successful careers and to motivate the pursuit of higher studies.
  • To provide training for the student’s professional career growth with Values and Ethics.


PEO1: Graduates of Electrical and Electronics Engineering will possess adequate knowledge in Electrical and Electronics Engineering to meet the needs of Industries.

PEO2: Graduates of Electrical and Electronics Engineering will adapt to emerging technologies and excel in their chosen profession with good communication and managerial skills.

PEO3: Graduates shall exhibit professional and ethical attitudes with continuous enhancement of technical expertise for solving engineering issues in a broader social context.


PSO1:  Ability to analyze, design, and implement Electrical systems.

PSO2: Specify, Architect, and Design Power Electronic Systems for Drives, Power quality Management, and Renewable Energy Systems.


S. No Name of the Laboratory Description
1 Electrical Machines Laboratory This is the main lab where experiments like load test on various machines, speed control tests, open circuit tests, short circuit tests, etc. are carried out. And also wide varieties of practical experiments are performed here with combination of different rotating machines. The laboratory is also used for research activities in machines and to carry out project works on energy conversion.
2 Electrical circuits & Simulation Laboratory The objective of the Electrical Circuits lab is to expose the students to the electrical circuits and give them experimental skill and very basic skill set needed by all who want to do major in Electronics, instrumentation or electrical engineering. This Lab aims at equipping students with the analysis and techniques, which will be used throughout the engineering curriculum.
3 Control systems & Simulation Laboratory The Control Systems Lab in the Department of Engineering Technology contains a variety of laboratory equipment used in design and experimentation of digital and analog electromechanical feedback control systems.
4 Power electronics & Simulation Laboratory The power electronics lab enhances the EEE students by providing them the better understanding of the concepts and working of advanced power semiconductor devices and power electronics circuits.
5 Electrical Measurements Laboratory Measurement of different electrical and electronic parameters such as voltage, current, power, energy, resistance, inductance, capacitance etc. are performed in Electrical and Electronic Measurement laboratory. Measurement of current and voltage using instrument transformer is an important feature of this laboratory.
6 Power Systems & simulation laboratory Power system  lab is able to ensure the testing and verification of automation and relay protection algorithms, software and hardware, can serve as the basis to get for students practical skills which is necessary for the development and operation of power automation systems.
1 Dr J Poornachandran Professor
2 Dr D V V V CH   Mouli Professor
3 G. Pavana Jyothi Assistant Professor & HOD
4 S Nagma Anjum Assistant Professor
5  P Viswanath Reddy Assistant Professor
6 S Farzana Assistant Professor
7 Y Chintu Sagar Assistant Professor
8 B Divya Thejeswini Assistant Professor
9 G Venkateswarlu Assistant Professor
10 P Chaithanya Deepak Assistant Professor
11 S Abdul Razak Miah Assistant Professor
12 S Swarna Kumari Assistant Professor
13 R Shasidhar Assistant Professor