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Electrical & Electronics

Electrical and Electronics Engineering is one of the largest and fastest growing fields.
An electrical engineer is one of the high profile jobs out there. Being an electrical engineer is a matter of pride and prestige.

To become a front-runner in bringing out globally competent electrical and electronics engineers and entrepreneurs and thereby contribute values to the knowledge-based economy and society.

M1:      To promote comprehensive education and professional development by providing effective teaching learning process and quality infrastructure.

M2:      To conduct skill development programmes in engineering technologies to serve the needs of industry, society, scientific communities and as an entrepreneur

M3:      To inculcate work ethics and commitment in students for their future endeavors to serve the society with an attitude towards lifelong learning.

M4:      To encourage the habit of team work and to develop technical and professional skills in each student to work individually as well as in team.

PEO1:  Employability & Higher  studies: Graduates will excel in higher education or to succeed in the electrical industry or in technical professions, through rigorous training during the program.

PEO2:  Professionalism: Graduates will be able to provide socially acceptable technical solutions to complex electrical engineering problems with the application of modern and appropriate techniques for sustainable development.

PEO3: Managerial skills: Graduates will possess managerial skills to face challenges in the profession by working harmoniously in a team with effective communication skills, excellent leadership qualities, life-long learning attitude for a successful professional career.

PO1:    Basic and Discipline specific knowledge: Apply the theory of mathematics, science, electrical and electronic engineering fundamentals for solving the complex engineering problems.

PO2:    Problem analysis: Identify, formulate and analyse complex electrical and electronic engineering problems using the principles of mathematics, science and engineering.

PO3:    Design/ development of solutions: Apply creative thinking to solve complex electrical and electronic engineering problems, verify and implement the solutions with appropriate consideration for public health and safety, cultural, societal, and environmental considerations.

PO4:    Engineering Tools, Experimentation and Testing: Select and apply appropriate techniques, resources and modern electrical and electronic engineering tools, including prediction and modelling, to design, analyse and verify the electrical and electronic engineering systems and their components.

PO5:    Engineering practices for society, sustainability and environment: Apply appropriate technology in context of society with proper understanding of the impact of electrical and electronic engineering solutions in societal and environmental contexts and demonstrate knowledge of and need for sustainable development.

PO6:    Project Management: Demonstrate knowledge of engineering and management principles as a member and leader in a team, in managing multidisciplinary environments and effectively communicate on complex engineering activities with the engineering community and the society at large through written, oral and electronic forms.                          

PO7:    Life-long learning: Recognise the need for, and have the preparation and ability to engage in independent and life-long learning in the broadest context of technological change in electrical and electronic engineering.


PSO 1:  Integrate the knowledge of fundamental electronics, power electronics and embedded systems for the controllability, reliability and sustainability of electrical systems.


SAR 22-23


It is obvious that the whole world relies on electrical technology, without it our life would cease. Thus, becoming an electrical engineer affords you prestige and importance not found in other occupations. An electrical engineer is generally focused on large-scale electrical systems such as power transmission, motor control, utilizing electricity, and transmitting energy.

The electrical engineer designs new electrical systems and tests equipment and solves the problems. Electrical engineers can work on a diverse range of technologies from the design of household appliances, telecommunication systems, lighting and wiring of buildings, satellite communications and electrical power stations. The electrical design engineer develops new electrical systems for various applications.


There are plentiful career opportunities for electrical engineers. Electrical engineers can choose to work in a variety of industries including telecommunications, computers, aerospace, power generation, and manufacturing industries.

As electrical engineering is closely related to electronics engineering, therefore both can work together to work on some projects which combine both technologies.


Almost every sector involves the use of electrical engineers every now and then ranging from small products and equipment to large project equipment etc.
Now, underwritten are the various sectors that can employ an electrical engineer.

  • Chemical and Electronics;the major role in this sector is of an electrical engineer only. They develop design, test on various tools and equipment which not only help and are used in this sector but also in day to day life.
  • Aerospacefor designing, developing, installing various products and equipment, etc.
  • Power generation and Telecoms;the most demanding field for a telecommunications engineer for performing various tasks explained above.
  • Materials, metals, and Oil and gascan develop, test, and maintain and improve electrical systems and components, including generators, transformers, and electric motors.
  • Defencesector for making and testing defence products and arms etc.
  • Marine and Railwayfor developing tools and equipment used in sectors like signalling, power heating, lighting, etc.
  • Constructionfor building, planning, designing various tools which are required for construction and similar activities.