This Department was established in 1995 accredited thrice by NBA in 2003,2007,2013 and now offering Diploma (DEEE) with an intake of 60, B.Tech (EEE) with an intake of 120 and M.Tech (Power Systems engineering) with an intake of 18. The department has Electrical Machines Lab, Computer Simulation Lab, Power Electronics Lab, Electrical Measurements Lab,Control Systems Lab,Micro processers Lab, Electical Workshop Lab and Power Systems Lab with state of art equipment, IOT Lab, Electronic Design Lab, Student Project Wearhouse & Training Lab. The major equipment includes Power Network Analyzer, DSP Based Drives, Digital Storage Oscilloscopes, Cable Fault Locator, Thermal Image Camera, Numerical Relay Test Kit and Lab Volt Electromechanical Training kit. The Professional Softwares available include PSCAD, ETAP, MATLAB, PSIM and MIPOWER. The students of the department have bagged 5 times University First Ranks and all India 4th , 11th and 12th etc. in GATE so far.
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The Department of Electrical & Electronics Engineering will provide programs of the highest quality to produce globally competent technocrats who can address challenges of the millennium to achieve sustainable socio-economic development.
The students graduated in Electrical & Electronics Engineering will be able:
1. To have a strong foundation in the principles of Basic Sciences, Mathematics and Engineering to solve real world problems encountered in modern electrical engineering and pursue higher studies/placement/research.
2. To have an integration of knowledge of various courses to design an innovative and cost effective product in the broader interests of the organization & society.
3. To have an ability to lead and work in their profession with multidisciplinary approach, cooperative attitude, effective communication and interpersonal skills by participating in team oriented and open-ended activities.
4. To have an ability to enhance in career development, adapt to changing professional and societal needs by engage in lifelong learning.
1. Engineering knowledge: Apply the knowledge of mathematics, science, engineering fundamentals, and an engineering specialization to the solution of complex engineering problems.2. Problem analysis: Identify, formulate, review research literature, and analyze complex engineering problems reaching substantiated conclusions using first principles of mathematics, natural sciences, and engineering sciences.