"We impart quality education in the field of electrical engineering and develop students for their superior employability, pursue research and higher studies."

About Electrical Engineering:  Electrical Engineering is a study of electrical energy, power generation and supply systems. It also deals with the strategies of Electricity Generation, Transmission & Distribution, Load flow analysis, Fault analysis and Protection schemes. Electrical Engineers are responsible to design solutions for complex engineering problems and system components or processes that meet the specified needs of the public health, safety, cultural, societal, economic and environmental considerations. Electrical Engineering is distinctly focused towards integrating academics with cutting edge technology in the field of engineering. Electrical Engineering provides students with the necessary knowledge of engineering mathematics, fundamentals of electrical technology, information technology and engineering physics to successfully perform their tasks as electrical engineers in their future workplace.

Learning Perspective of Electrical Engineering: During the first year of study, a sound foundation is laid in physics, mathematics, chemistry, computer fundamentals, electrical fundamentals, machine drawing, practical geometry and communication techniques. The second, third and fourth years of the programme progress into specialized areas which include electrical machines (AC/DC), electrical measurements, instrumentation, digital electronics, power electronics, engineering materials, generation of power(AC/DC), transmission & distribution, power system, control system, EMFT, high voltage & extra-high voltage engineering (AC/DC), switchgear protection, artificial intelligence, utilization of electrical power, electrical drives & their control and entrepreneurship development. The curriculum is designed to prepare students for a professional career in Electrical Engineering and to develop the capability in students to solve engineering problems as well as carry out higher studies and research in core areas.

 

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  • Basic Electrical

  • Electrical Machines

  • Power Electronics

  • High Voltage Engineering

  • Electrical Measurement

  • Instrumentation

  • Digital Electronics

  • Microprocessor

  • Electronic Devices & Circuit

  • Computer laboratories with MATLAB and MULTISIM software

Duration: 4 Years

Eligibility:

12th (PCM) - Min. 50%(As per AICTE)

Selection Procedure:

ET + P.I.

Syllabus

Programme Outcome

Curriculum

  • I Semester

    101TEnglish
    102TEngineering Maths-I
    103TEngineering Physics-I
    104TEngineering Chemistry-I
    105TIntroduction to IT
    106TFundamentals of Electrical Science
    114TEnvironmental Studies
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    107PLanguage Lab.
    108PEngineering Physics Lab-I
    109PEngineering Chemistry Lab-I
    110PPC Software Lab
    111PPractical Geometry
    112PEngineering Workshop Practice
    113PGeneral Proficiency (C)
  • II Semester

    201TEnglish
    202TEngineering Maths-II
    203TEngineering Physics -II
    204TEngineering Chemistry-II
    205TProgramming and Problem Solving using ‘C’ Language
    206TFundamentals of Electronics
    207TMechanical Engineering
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    208PCommunication Techniques
    209PEngineering Physics Lab-II
    210PEngineering Chemistry Lab-II
    211PComputer Programming Lab
    212PMachine Drawing
    213PBasic Electronics Lab
    214PGeneral Proficiency
  • III Semester

    3EE1Electronics devices & circuits-I
    3EE2Computer programming-1
    3EE3Circuit Analysis-1
    3EE4Electrical Machines-I
    3EE5Electrical Measurements & Measuring Instrumental
    3EE6Mathematics-III
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    3EE7Electronics devices & circuits Lab -I
    3EE8Computer programming-I
    3EE9Circuit Analysis Lab
    3EE10Electrical Machines-I
    3EE11 Electrical Measurements & Measuring Instrumental Lab
    3EEDCDiscipline & Extra Curricular Activities
  • IV Semester

    4EE1Electronics devices & circuits-II
    4EE2Digital Electronics
    4EE3Electrical Machines-II
    4EE4Computer programming-II
    4EE5Circuit Analysis-II
    4EE6Instrumentation
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    4EE7Electronics devices & circuits Lab -II
    4EE8Digital Electronics Lab
    4EE9Electrical Machines Lab -II
    4EE10Computer programming Lab-II
    4EE11 Humanities & Social Sciences
    4EEDCDiscipline & Extra Curricular Activities
  • V Semester

    5EE1Power Electronics-I
    5EE2Microprocessors & Interfacing
    5EE3Control System Engineering
    5EE4Principles of Communication System
    5EE5Transmission & Distribution

    Elective-III(Any one of the following)

    5EE6.1Web Technology
    5EE6.2Introduction to VLSI
    5EE6.3Generalized Theory of Electrical Machines
    5EE6.4Nanotechnology
    5EE6.5Non-Conventional Energy Resources
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    5EE7Practical training seminar-I
    5EE8Microprocessors & Interfacing Lab-I
    5EE9Power Electronics Lab-I
    5EE10Control System Lab-I
    5EE11Professional Ethics & Disaster Management/ Entrepreneurship Development
    5EEDCDiscipline &Extra Curricular Activities
  • VI Semester

    6EE1 Digital Communication
    6EE2Modern Control System
    6EE3Power Generation & Control
    6EE4Power Electronics-II
    6EE5Electromagnetic Field Theory

    Elective-IV (Any One of the following)

    6EE6.1High voltage Engineering
    6EE6.2Micro wave Engineering
    6EE6.3Advanced Microprocessor
    6EE6.4Data Base Management System
    6EE6.5Electrical & Electronic Engg. Materials
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    6EE7Industrial Economics & Management
    6EE8Digital Communication Lab
    6EE9Power Electronics-II
    6EE10Computer Based Power System Lab
    6EEDCDiscipline & Extra Curricular Activities
  • VII Semester

    7EE1Utilization of Electric Power including Traction
    7EE2Power System Analysis
    7EE3Protection of Power System
    7EE4Electric Drives and their control
    7EE5Power System Engineering

    Elective-V (Any one of the following)

    7EE6.1Power System Reliability
    7EE6.2Computer Networks
    7EE6.3Digital Signal Processing
    7EE6.4Advanced Power Systems
    7EE6.5Electric Machine Design
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    7EE7Practical Training Seminar-II
    7EE8Power system and High Voltage Lab
    7EE9Computer based electric machine design Lab
    7EE10Minor Project
    7EEDCDiscipline & Extra Curricular Activities
  • VIII Semester

    8EE1EHV AC/DC Transmission
    8EE2Artificial Intelligence Techniques
    8EE3Static Protective Relays

    Elective-VI

    8EE4.1Network Operating system
    8EE4.2Facts Devices& Their Application
    8EE4.3Advanced Power Electronics
    8EE4.4Advanced Electrical Machines
  • Practicals & Sessionals

    8EE5Computer based power system Lab
    8EE6Power Electronics and control Lab
    8EE7Information Technology
    8EE8Project
    8EE9Seminar
    8EEDCDiscipline & Extra Curricular Activities

 

Career Prospects

Career Prospects

The innovative curriculum offers exceptional preparation for an engineering career, as well as for many other professions. The students have excellent scope of professional career in the wide areas:

  • Designing, Development, Testing and Supervising of power generation equipment (BHEL, ISRO, DRDO, etc.)
  • Power Transmission & Distribution Firms (PGCIL, RVUNL, RVPNL, State Power Corporations, etc.)
  • Development of Electrical Appliances (Bajaj, Kirloskar, Mahindra, Philips, etc.)
  • Radar Navigation and Communication Systems (ISRO, DRDO, Army, etc.)
  • R & D in Service, Product as well as Manufacturing Firms (CSIR, DST, ISRO, DRDO, IISC, etc.)
  • Defense Services – Army, Air Force, Navy
  • Higher Studies for Research (GATE, NITs, IITs, IISC, Abroad, etc.)