About Us

DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING

Phone No.:  040-2709 8628, 2768 2382

             The Department of Electrical Engineering started in 1949 to offer B.E in Electrical Engineering. Presently, the Department is offering B.E. in Electrical & Electronics Engineering. Continuing Education for employed diploma holders was started in 1963 through the four-year Part-Time Degree course in Electrical Engineering; The Post-graduate course in Electrical Machines was started in 1966. Later, in the year 1987, B.E in Instrumentation was offered.
             With a view to provide diversity and industrial orientation to the Post Graduate program, currently the Department is offering M.E. courses in Industrial Drives & Control and Power Systems, which were introduced in 1971. Department also offers part time PG courses in Industrial Drives & Control and Power Systems for the working academicians and engineers. A new PG program in Power Electronic Systems is introduced in the year 2008. The Part-Time Ph.D. program in Electrical Engineering is being offered since 1972.
             The Department has twenty regular faculty members who are highly experienced and actively involved in research activities. The Department is also equipped with state-of-art equipment and well qualified technical staff. Apart from regular academic activities, the Department faculty is involved in various professional activities like publishing their research findings in prestigious conferences and journals, delivering expert lectures at various conferences and important seminars, chairing technical sessions at conferences abroad and reviewing of papers of good quality journals. The department is accredited by NBA for 5 years from year 2013 for BE(EEE) program.

Vision:
To strive for excellence in education and research; meet the requirement of industry in the
field of electrical engineering to serve the nation.

Mission:
To provide knowledge based technology and serve to meet the needs of society in electrical
and allied industries.

To help in building national capabilities for excellent energy management and to explore
non-conventional energy sources.

To create research oriented culture and to provide competent consultancy.

To create and sustain environment of learning in which students acquire knowledge and learn
to apply it professionally with due consideration of ethical and economical issues.

To be accountable through self evaluation and continuous improvement.

B.E (EEE) PEOs

Programme Educational Objectives (PEOs): The objectives of the programme can be broadly defined on four counts.

I. To provide students with a solid foundation in Mathematics, Sciences and Electrical Engineering  which prepares students for further studies and hence research in Electrical Engineering and for a wide range of career opportunities in Industries and academics.

II. To train the students with good engineering breadth so as to comprehend, analyze, innovate and design new products in electrical domain, to provide technical solutions to real life problems and to render technical services to the needs of the society.

III. To inculcate professional and ethical attitude, creative, effective communication and presentation skills and enhanced ability to work in teams to pursue complex, open-ended investigations and research in electrical engineering for effective knowledge transfer.

IV. To provide students with an academic environment aware of excellence, proactiveness, leadership positions in multidisciplinary teams, entrepreneurial talent and lifelong learning for successful professional career.

M.E (EE) (IDC) PEOs

The Program Educational Objectives (PEO) for PG program i.e., Industrial Drives and Control are

PEO-1 :   To prepare the students for acquiring the knowledge of different types of   
Industrial drives including special electric drives controlled with various power
electronic converters.

PEO-2 :    To develop the ability to exhibit creative and critical reasoning skills to
comprehend, analyze, design and implement solutions for problems in power
electronic converters and drives.

PEO-3 :   To prepare the students for successful carrier in Industry, Academia and
Research with proficiency in control of electric drives.

M.E (PS) PEOs

Program Educational objectives:

The PEOs of ME-PS programme is to transform a Electrical Engineering graduate into an expert in Power System Engineering specialization by :

PEO-1  :  To impart knowledge to cater the changing needs of electrical power systems.

PEO-2 : To prepare students for attaining latest technology in research and  development   
in sustainable technologies related to Power Systems.

PEO-3 : To prepare students for successful career, capable of extending technical services
to  industry with proficiency in the field of power systems.