Department of Electrical Engineering is committed to impart quality education and nurture students by inculcating ethical responsibilities, research-oriented skills for the development of society
The department of Electrical Engineering is committed,
To create the knowledgeable and skilled person in Electrical technologies with strong fundamentals, that develops the ability to solve problems individually and in a team.
To create engineers with research attitudes in the core areas to impact the quality of products required for industry and academics.
In the new knowledge-based economy, engineering has become increasingly multi-disciplinary in nature.
To prepare students for this new environment, an innovative and broad-based C – 20 curriculum has been developed.
The aim is to produce diploma engineers who are flexible across disciplines and able to apply their knowledge and skills and solve complex problems. It does aim to produce thinking engineers, who will go on to create new technologies for the future.
The new curriculum focuses on broad-based training to provide flexibility in career choices and nurture lifelong learning. It strikes a balance between breadth and depth to provide a solid foundation in physical sciences and broad coverage of non-technical areas on one hand, and comprehensive training in Electrical and Electronics Engineering on the other. In particular, the courses in humanities and industrial management together with other essential courses in communication skills, contribute about 20% of the overall curriculum.
The 6-month industrial training program which will enhance the employment opportunities
To increase the employment avenues for the students, the programme is structured such that the C – 20 programs is designed for