Dr. B.C. Roy Engineering College, Durgapur


Electrical Engineering
Head of the Department
Prof. (Dr) Susanta Dutta
BE, M.Tech, Ph.D

Year of establishment: 2000
B.Tech. in Electrical Engineering (4 years)
Year of commencement: 2000
Current Intake: 120
M.Tech. in Electrical Engineering (2 years) (Power system)
Year of commencement: 2007
Current Intake: 18



  • Basic Electrical Engineering Lab.
  • Electrical Machine Lab.
  • Power System Lab.
  • Control System Lab.
  • Electrical Drives Lab.
  • Power Electronics Lab.
  • Instrumentation Lab.
  • Machine Design Lab.
  • Circuit Theory Lab.
  • Simulation Lab. I,II,III
  • M.Tech Lab.


  • There is full fledged departmental library with about 500 Nos. books. A reading room with sitting arrangement for 20 persons.
  • There is one computer with internet and printing facilities.


  • Conference Room is equipped with Projector and Screen. Sitting arrangements for 45 persons.

Digital Classroom

  • 8 (eight) nos. dedicated class rooms and one digital class room. Digital Class room has facility of audio visual method of teaching. Digital class room comprises of computer, USB, Projector, Screen and all necessary accessories.

Project Room

  • Project Room equipped with essential simulation kits, electrical and electronics components, soldering sets and working table for project work.


Vision of the Department is to create a strong teaching and research environment with inclusive improvement of students and global participation so that the institute is regarded as global center of learning through meaningful, devoted and determined efforts of all stakeholders.


To impart meaningful education with latest advancement in the field of electrical engineering.

Empowering students to have both theoretical concepts and practical problem solving abilities.

To encourage discipline, societal value system and sense of national glory.

To provide supportive environment to nurture the creative and innovative ideas amongst the pupil.


  1. Our graduates are expected to excel in professional career and/or higher education by acquiring sound knowledge in basic sciences, mathematics and core subjects of electrical engineering.

  2. Our graduates are expected to abide by the professional code of conduct, principles of financial management and ready to take leadership or have enough tolerance to act as humble member of a multicultural team working on a complex project in industry.

  3. Our graduates are expected to exhibit professionalism, ethical attitude, and communication skills in their profession and adapt to current trends in technology by engaging in lifelong learning.


The Program Outcomes of UG in Electrical Engineering are:

Our graduates are expected

  1. to have sound knowledge in basic science and mathematics, basic engineering leading to a solid background in electrical engineering.

  2. to acquire sufficient knowledge in electrical engineering to analyse a problem in lab or in real life.

  3. to acquire sufficient knowledge in electrical engineering to investigate a complex problem in electrical engineering, i.e. which are related to other engineering fields also.

  4. to analyse the local and global impact of electrical systems on individuals, organizations, and society.

  5. to have deep knowledge in electrical engineering to design a device and develop a solutions that are faced in the field of electrical engineering in real life.

  6. to aware of current techniques in the field of electrical engineering, acquire enough skills to use modern tools for implementation of projects in electrical engineering.

  7. to aware of local and global impact of devices and systems on the environment and how to have sustainable growth.

  8. to develop leadership quality and enough tolerance to work as a member of multidisciplinary team.

  9. to aware of code of professional ethics and able to implement it in professional life.

  10. to develop communication skills to interact in a multidisciplinary team as well as general audience.

  11. to aware of elements in engineering economics and finance so that they are able to analyse cost impact of a system, cost minimization etc.

  12. to develop aptitude and skills for continuous upgradation in its own and related fields.


Srl No Name of Faculty Designation Qualification
Highest Degree University
1 Dr. Susanta Dutta Associate Professor (HOD) Ph.D. NIT, DGP
2 Dr. Sumit Banerjee Professor Ph.D. IIEST, Shibpur
3 Dr. Santi Gopal Pain Asst. Professor Ph.D. NIT, DGP
4 Dr. Dola Sinha Asst. Professor Ph.D. ISM, Dhanbad
5 Dr. Arindam Chakraborty Asst. Professor Ph.D. NIT, DGP
6 Prof. Anupam Sinha Asst. Professor M.Tech. WBUT
7 Prof. Sanjoy Kumar Saha Asst. Professor M.Tech. NIT, DGP
8 Prof. Tapan Kumar Chattopadhyay Asst. Professor M.Tech. NIT, DGP
9 Prof. Sunil Kumar Choudhary Asst. Professor M.Tech. NIT, DGP
10 Prof. Mou Das Mahapatra Asst. Professor M.Tech. NIT, DGP
11 Prof. Basudeb Mondal Asst. Professor M.Tech. IIEST, Shibpur
12 Prof. Tusnik Sarkar Asst. Professor M.Tech. Jadabpur
13 Prof. Dipak Dhak Asst. Professor M.Tech. NIT DGP
14 Prof. Chandan Paul Asst. Professor M.Tech. NIT DGP
15 Prof Sourav Paul Asst. Professor M.Tech. WBUT
16 Prof. Sneha Sultana Asst. Professor M.Tech. WBUT
17 Prof. Kingsuk Majumdar Asst. Professor M.Tech. NIT, DGP
18 Prof. Siddharta Ghosh Asst. Professor M.Tech. WBUT
19 Prof. Soumen Biswas Asst. Professor M.Tech. IIT, Kharagpur
20 Prof. Snehasis Ghosal Asst. Professor M.Tech. Jadabpur
21 Prof. Subrata Mondal Asst. Professor M.Tech. Jadabpur
22 Prof. Soham Dey Asst. Professor M.Tech. BIT MESHRA
23 Dr. Chaity Sarkar Asst. Professor Ph.D CU