In this project propose, an electric vehicle (EV) battery charger with interleaved Landsman converter (ILC) followed by a fly back converter, is designed and evaluated for improved power quality (PQ) charging of battery. A built in wave shaping is obtained at the charger front end due to improved PQ characteristics of ILC. This PFC converter consists of two Landsman converter cells, which are designed in discontinuous conduction mode (DCM) to share the input and output currents. The current sharing at input results into lower input current ripple as well as peak current stress through the switch is reduced. This further improves the input current harmonics profile. Moreover, the reduced output voltage ripple gives reduced rms current in the output capacitor. A phase shift PWM scheme (PSPWM) is used for ILC and the duty cycle for the switches is selected below 50%. This allows the ripple cancellation at line and load sides. The interleaving at PFC stage as well as DCM based design ensures a low cost charging solution as compared to the conventional Landsman converter (CLC) based chargers in this power range. However, the fly back converter provides the current control during the charging of the battery in constant current (CC) and constant voltage (CV) regions. The harmonics spectrum of mains current follows the recommended PQ regulations over a range of varying line voltages and loadings.