Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering


Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering offers four-year Bachelor of Technology (B.Tech.) and three-year Diploma (Poly), typically cover a broad spectrum of subjects ranging from fundamental electrical engineering principles to advanced electronics and computing technologies. Key focus areas may includes:

  • Power Systems:Study of generation, transmission, and distribution of electrical power.
  • Electronics:Analysis and design of electronic circuits, devices, and systems
  • Control Systems:Theory and applications of controlling dynamic systems
  • Signal Processing:Techniques for analysing, modifying, and interpreting signals.
  • TelecommunicationsStudy of communication systems and networks.
  • Renewable Energy:Exploration of sustainable energy sources like solar, wind, and hydro power.

The curriculum typically encompasses both theoretical knowledge and practical applications. Students may study subjects like circuit theory, electromagnetism, digital electronics, microprocessors, power electronics, control theory, communication systems, and more. Hands-on laboratory work and projects are often integrated to provide practical experience. Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering are often hubs of research and innovation, driving advancements in various fields. Faculty and students engage in research projects covering a wide range of topics, from developing new energy-efficient technologies to designing cutting-edge electronic devices and systems. Given the interdisciplinary nature of electrical and electronics engineering, collaborations with other departments such as computer science, mechanical engineering, and materials science are common. This fosters innovation and enables students and researchers to tackle complex problems from multiple perspectives. Graduates from Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering are in high demand across industries such as power generation and distribution, telecommunications, semiconductor manufacturing, automation, aerospace, and more. They pursue careers as electrical engineers, electronics engineers, systems engineers, consultants, researchers, and entrepreneurs. The work of electrical and electronics engineers has a profound impact on society, driving technological advancements that improve our quality of life, enhance communication, increase energy efficiency, and contribute to sustainable development. In essence, the Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering is at the forefront of innovation, shaping the future of technology and playing a pivotal role in addressing the global challenges of the 21st century.


To be a pioneering hub of innovation and excellence in Electrical/ Electrical & Electronics Engineering, shaping future leaders equipped to tackle global challenges


  • Empower students with cutting-edge knowledge and skill in Electrical & Electronics Engineering through dynamic curriculum and experiential learning.
  • Foster a collaborative environment that encourages research, innovation, and entrepreneurship.
  • Cultivate ethical values, leadership qualities, and a commitment to societal impact among students and faculty.
  • Forge strong industry partnerships to enhance real-world relevance and opportunity for students and faculty.
  • Promote diversity, inclusivity, and sustainability in all aspect of our academic and research endeavours.


PEO1-Find employment in Core Electrical and Electronics Engineering and service sectors.

PEO2-elevated to technical lead position and lead the organization competitively.

PEO3-Enter into higher studies leading to post-graduate and research degrees.

PEO4-Become consultant and provide solutions to the practical problems of core organization.

PEO5-Become an entrepreneur and be part of electrical and electronics product and service industries


On completion of Electrical and Electronics Engineering program, the student will have the following Program Specific Outcomes.

PSO1- Foundation of Electrical Engineering: Ability to understand the principles and working of electrical components, circuits, systems and control that are forming a part of power generation, transmission, distribution, utilization, conservation and energy saving. Students can assess the power management, auditing, crisis and energy saving aspects.

PSO2- Foundations of Power System Development: Ability to understand the structure anddevelopment methodologies of electrical systems using knowledge on circuits, electronicsfor automation and control. Possess professional skills and knowledge of electrical systemmodeling and design of small and large systems. Familiarity and practical competence witha broad range of practice through experimentation on electrical circuits, electronic circuitsand programming platforms.

PSO3- Foundation of Mathematical Concepts, Computing and Research Ability: Ability to apply mathematical methodologies to solve problems related with electrical engineering using appropriate engineering tools and algorithms.Ability to use knowledge in various domains to identify research gaps and hence to provide solution which leads to new ideas and innovations.


After going through the four years of study, our Electrical and Electronics Engineering Graduates will exhibit ability to:

PO1- Engineering knowledge : Apply knowledge of mathematics, basic science and engineering science.

PO2- Problem analysis:Identify, formulate and solve engineering problems.

PO3- Design/development of solutions: Design an electrical system or process to improve its performance, satisfying its constraints

PO4- Conduct investigations of complex problems:Conduct experiments in electrical and electronics systems and interpret the data.

PO5- Modern tool usage: Apply various tools and techniques to improve the efficiency of the system.

PO6- The Engineer and society:Conduct them to uphold the professional and social obligations.

PO7- Environment and sustainability:Design the system with environment consciousness and sustainable development.

PO8- Ethics:Interacting industry, business, and society in a professional and ethical manner.

PO9- Individual and team work:Function in a multidisciplinary team.

PO10- Communication:Proficiency in oral and written Communication

PO11- Project management and finance: Implement Cost effective and improved system.

PO12- Life-long learning:Continue professional development and learning as a life-long activity


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