Electrical & Electronic Engineering


Electrical & Electronic engineering is a professional engineering discipline that deals with the study and application of electricity, electronics and electromagnetism. A common theme is the use of electricity and electromagnetism for the generation, transmission, processing, storage, conversion, and control of information and energy. Electrical Engineering, the discipline that employs the largest number of engineers, covers everything related to electrical devices, systems, and the use of electricity. There are various fields for research.. Major ones are Smart grids, Micro grids, Distributed monitoring systems, measurement units, Real-time optimal operation of distribution networks, Fault location, Distributed generation, Storage systems, Power quality, Insulation coordination, Industrial Electronics, modelling and applied control; Power electronics, with the development of new converter structures or typologies; Energy conversion, including management and storage. These engineers can work in atomic power plants, hydro or thermal power plants. Job opportunities are ample in both private and public sectors like railways, civil aviation, electricity board and utility companies, electrical design, and consultancy firms and all types of manufacturing industries. Electricity boards, large scale industries, manufacturing plants, power corporations, Hydro-electricity sector are continuously in need of Electrical Engineers for their projects.


As becoming an electrical engineer, you can take up carrier options in diverse fields such as Electrical Control & Instrumentation Engineer, CAD technical Expert, Consulting electrical engineer, Contractor Electrical Engineer, Estimation & Design Engineer, Nuclear Engineer, Site Engineer, Safety Engineer, Production Engineer, Rural & Urban Electrification Engineer. An Electrical Engineer will have job opportunities available in both government sectors like UPSC, SSC, and State Services as well as private sectors like PSU, MNC, etc. Electrical Engineers also find job prospects in Design industries, Production plants, Natural gas plants, petroleum as well as in Steel and Chemical plants. Many premier educational and research institutions regularly intake electrical engineers as graduate engineer trainees and management trainees to work on research projects.



The Electrical and Electronics Engineering department comprises of following labs:-

  1. Basic electrical workshop
  2. Electrical Machine Lab
  3. Electrical Circuit Design Lab
  4. Analog Electronics Lab
  5. Power electronics Lab
  6. Digital Electronics Lab
  7. Measurement Lab
  8. Control System Lab
  9. Microprocessor Lab
  10. Electric Drives Lab
  11. Modeling and simulation lab
  12. Power System Protection Lab
  13. Computer Based Power System Lab

Seminars / Workshops / Industrial Visits / Guest Lectures / Conferences

A Graduate degree program is demanding hence arises a dire need to conduct extra activities apart from lectures, tutorials and laboratories. Activities like Seminars / Workshops / Industrial Visits / Guest Lectures / Conferences etc. help the students to –

  1. Encourage Dialogue
  2. Receive Fresh Perspective
  3. Develop New Ideas
  4. Improve Skills
  5. Create Network for Career

Projects / Survey Camps

Project-based learning (PBL) is a student-centered pedagogy that involves a dynamic classroom approach in which it is believed that students acquire a deeper knowledge through active exploration of real-world challenges and problems. Students learn about a subject by working for an extended period of time to investigate and respond to a complex question, challenge, or problem. It is a style of active learning and inquiry-based learning. PBL integrates knowing and doing. Students learn knowledge and elements of the core curriculum, but also apply what they know to solve authentic problems and produce results that matter.