B.E. Electrical & Electronics Engineering Department
The Department of Electrical and Electronics Engineering was started in the year 1998. It offers one Under-Graduate programme - B.E- Electrical and Electronics Engineering, one Post-Graduate programme - M.E. Power Electronics and Drives. Graduates and postgraduates of Electrical and Electronics Engineering are capable of handling challenging jobs in a wide range of industries and engage themselves in research and development. The department has Power electronics, Electric Machines, Control & Instrumentation, and Research Laboratories in addition to Electrical Workshop. Each laboratory is equipped with instruments and equipments for teaching, learning and research.
To develop the department into a centre of learning and research in various fields of Electrical Engineering in becoming a front-runner in bringing out globally competent electrical and electronics engineers, innovators, researchers, and entrepreneurs and thereby contribute knowledge-based value to the society. Special guest lectures by senior members of the faculty, from well known institutions of higher learning, experts and professionals from established corporate and industrial houses complement and supplement the instruction and training and enrich the knowledge of students in the subjects concerned.
The Department of Electrical Engineering supports the mission of the Institution through teaching, research and service
- To afford state-of-the-art resources that contribute to achieve excellence in teaching-learning, research and development activities
- To bridge the gap between industry and academia by opting electives and conducting value added trainings based on industrial and societal needs
- To enable students to develop skills to solve complex technological problems of current times and also provide a framework for promoting collaborative and multidisciplinary activities
- To inculcate moral and ethical values among the faculty and students with utmost concern for the development of green energy